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    Men's FS scores/totals/standings after 1st group:


    1 近藤琢哉 Takuya Kondo • TES 46.91 + PCS 52.80 = FS 99.71 + SP 48.71 = TOTAL 148.42
    2 中村智 Satoshi Nakamura • TES 45.07 + PCS 43.00 = FS 88.07 + SP 46.75 = TOTAL 134.82
    3 松村成 Jo Matsumura • TES 48.68 + PCS 43.10 = FS 91.78 + SP 41.90 = TOTAL 133.68
    4 宮崎勇人 Hayato Miyazaki • TES 35.57 + PCS 47.10 = FS 82.67 + SP 41.96 = TOTAL 124.63
    5 江口涼一 Ryoichi Eguchi • TES 39.97 + PCS 42.60 = FS 82.57 + SP 41.51 = TOTAL 124.08
    6 玉田裕也 Yuya Tamada • TES 35.68 + PCS 42.30 -1.00 = FS 76.98 + SP 38.99 = TOTAL 115.97

    3 groups left to skate.

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    Standings after 1st group:
    1 Takuya Kondo 148.42
    2 Satoshi Nakamura 134.82
    3 Jo Matsumura 133.68
    4 Hayato Miyazaki 124.63
    5 Ryoichi Eguchi 124.08
    6 Yuya Tamada 115.97

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    Yeah, no doubt chanadian judges took notes and he will get over 100 in SP at CN, no matter how many times he zambonis the ice.
    I don't think they will feel that insecure, even though that's what you like to believe. Unlike Nationals of certain countries, Canada has had no hesitation in dethroning reigning Canadian World Champions and/or current Olympic medalist in men if they faltered, just ask Browning and Buttle.

    Is the Chan fest thread got closed? Notice, how me or some others never visited that place.
    In case you failed to notice, I never posted there either.

    Why not to be polite in return?
    How was I being impolite? Is there somekind of 結界 in here that I missed? Remind me again, what's the title of this thread?

    Japanese Nationals belongs to whom it belongs to- hadsome men skating beautifully, where Dai rules and ROCKS!!!
    The competition isn't over yet. Kozuka is very capable of taking the title still and by the same token, you never know which version of Dai will show up in the FS, could be his SC version, in which case, I must remind you: "It ain't over until it's over."

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    Men's FS scores/totals/standings after 1st 2 groups:


    1 木原龍一 Ryuichi Kihara • TES 60.19 + PCS 61.00 = FS 121.19 + SP 57.45 = TOTAL 178.64
    2 吉田行宏 Yukihiro Yoshida • TES 56.82 + PCS 59.60 = FS 116.42 + SP 49.40 = TOTAL 165.82
    3 堀之内雄基 Yuki Horinouchi • TES 56.67 + PCS 49.70 -1.00 = FS 105.37 + SP 49.96 = TOTAL 155.33
    4 川原星 Sei Kawahara • TES 48.25 + PCS 47.80 -1.00 = FS 95.05 + SP 53.96 = TOTAL 149.01
    5 近藤琢哉 Takuya Kondo • TES 46.91 + PCS 52.80 = FS 99.71 + SP 48.71 = TOTAL 148.42
    6 小沼祐太 Yuta Onuma • TES 47.37 + PCS 49.40 = FS 96.77 + SP 50.82 = TOTAL 147.59
    7 郡山智之 Tomoyuki Koriyama • TES 39.66 + PCS 54.90 = FS 94.56 + SP 50.93 = TOTAL 145.49
    8 中村智 Satoshi Nakamura • TES 45.07 + PCS 43.00 = FS 88.07 + SP 46.75 = TOTAL 134.82
    9 松村成 Jo Matsumura • TES 48.68 + PCS 43.10 = FS 91.78 + SP 41.90 = TOTAL 133.68
    10 宮崎勇人 Hayato Miyazaki • TES 35.57 + PCS 47.10 = FS 82.67 + SP 41.96 = TOTAL 124.63
    11 江口涼一 Ryoichi Eguchi • TES 39.97 + PCS 42.60 = FS 82.57 + SP 41.51 = TOTAL 124.08
    12 玉田裕也 Yuya Tamada • TES 35.68 + PCS 42.30 -1.00 = FS 76.98 + SP 38.99 = TOTAL 115.97

    2 groups remaining.

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    Standings after 3 groups:
    1 Takahito Mura 204.21
    2 Daisuke Murakami 203.41
    3 Shoma Uno 190.42
    4 Ryuju Hino 188.30
    5 Yoji Tsubo 178.72
    ...

    4th group:

    19 Tatsuki Machida
    20 Keiji Tanaka
    21 Takahiko Kozuka
    22 Daisuke Takahashi
    23 Yuzuru Hanyu
    24 Kento Nakamura
    Last edited by Shaba22; 12-24-2011 at 07:35 AM.

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    Men's FS scores/totals/standings after 1st 3 groups:

    1 無良崇人 Takahito Mura • TES 74.06 + PCS 70.10 = FS 144.16 + SP 60.05 = TOTAL 204.21
    2 村上大介 Daisuke Murakami • TES 68.86 + PCS 71.90 = FS 140.76 + SP 62.65 = TOTAL 203.41
    3 宇野昌磨 Shoma Uno • TES 63.63 + PCS 64.30 -1.00 = FS 126.93 + SP 63.49 = TOTAL 190.42
    4 日野龍樹 Ryujyu Hino • TES 70.51 + PCS 57.60 = FS 128.11 + SP 60.19 = TOTAL 188.30
    5 坪井遥司 Yoji Tsuboi • TES 61.11 + PCS 56.40 -2.00 = FS 115.51 + SP 63.21 = TOTAL 178.72
    6 木原龍一 Ryuichi Kihara • TES 60.19 + PCS 61.00 = FS 121.19 + SP 57.45 = TOTAL 178.64
    7 吉田行宏 Yukihiro Yoshida • TES 56.82 + PCS 59.60 = FS 116.42 + SP 49.40 = TOTAL 165.82
    8 佐々木彰生 Akio Sasaki • TES 42.89 + PCS 65.50 -4.00 = FS 104.39 + SP 60.45 = TOTAL 164.84
    9 堀之内雄基 Yuki Horinouchi • TES 56.67 + PCS 49.70 -1.00 = FS 105.37 + SP 49.96 = TOTAL 155.33
    10 川原星 Sei Kawahara • TES 48.25 + PCS 47.80 -1.00 = FS 95.05 + SP 53.96 = TOTAL 149.01
    11 近藤琢哉 Takuya Kondo • TES 46.91 + PCS 52.80 = FS 99.71 + SP 48.71 = TOTAL 148.42
    12 小沼祐太 Yuta Onuma • TES 47.37 + PCS 49.40 = FS 96.77 + SP 50.82 = TOTAL 147.59
    13 郡山智之 Tomoyuki Koriyama • TES 39.66 + PCS 54.90 = FS 94.56 + SP 50.93 = TOTAL 145.49
    14 中村智 Satoshi Nakamura • TES 45.07 + PCS 43.00 = FS 88.07 + SP 46.75 = TOTAL 134.82
    15 松村成 Jo Matsumura • TES 48.68 + PCS 43.10 = FS 91.78 + SP 41.90 = TOTAL 133.68
    16 宮崎勇人 Hayato Miyazaki • TES 35.57 + PCS 47.10 = FS 82.67 + SP 41.96 = TOTAL 124.63
    17 江口涼一 Ryoichi Eguchi • TES 39.97 + PCS 42.60 = FS 82.57 + SP 41.51 = TOTAL 124.08
    18 玉田裕也 Yuya Tamada • TES 35.68 + PCS 42.30 -1.00 = FS 76.98 + SP 38.99 = TOTAL 115.97


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    Good Morning folks.

    Good luck to Dai, Kozuka and Hanyu!

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    How’s Machida doing?
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    冒頭は4回転はやらず、ダブルアクセルに。トリプルアクセルはセカンドジャンプをダブルにした。続くトリプ ルループも着氷。後半のトリプルアクセルも決まり、着実にジャンプを決めていくが終盤のルッツ がダブルに。

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    3 falls from Takahashi and still in first place? Wow!

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    Daisuke 254.60

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    1 Daisuke Takahashi 254.60
    2 Takahiko Kozuka 250.97
    3 Tatsuki Machida 213.48
    4 Takahito Mura 204.21

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckykid View Post
    3 falls from Takahashi and still in first place? Wow!
    What did he fall on or how did he fall? Just knowing the number of falls is red herring, doesn't tell us much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallylutz View Post
    What did he fall on or how did he fall? Just knowing the number of falls is red herring, doesn't tell us much.
    4T, second 3A and the last jump, the 3F

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    Yuzuru wins the free with 167 but third overall. Landed everything except his last 3S which he singled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirunna View Post
    4T, second 3A and the last jump, the 3F
    Those are major errors indeed. Assuming -3 GOE on those jumps, the impact is roughly as follows:

    Part 1) Negative GOE = -3 + -3 + -2.1 = -8.1

    Part 2) Mandatory Deductions = -3

    Part 3) Opportunity cost on GOE (assuming an average of +2 GOE) = 2 + 2+ 1.4 = 5.4

    Total Impact on TES = -8.1 - 3 - 5.4 = -16.5 > his lead over Kozuka from the SP

    Unless Kozuka also had errors of his own, it does seem somewhat shocking to justify such win, even just doing a quick math like this

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