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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.
    Yeah, the magical power of Patrick Chan, which causes him to win even when he falls down three times, oh the horror!
    Oh wait...
    Not that I don't think Takahashi deserves it; that short program yesterday was something else. But still.

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    Men's final standings:

    1 高橋大輔 Daisuke Takahashi • TES 74.65 + PCS 86.90 -3.00 = FS 158.35 + SP 96.05 = TOTAL 254.60
    2 小塚崇彦 Takahiko Kozuka • TES 84.87 + PCS 81.50 -1.00 = FS 165.37 + SP 85.60 = TOTAL 250.97
    3 羽生結弦 Yuzuru Hanyu • TES 88.59 + PCS 79.00 = FS 167.59 + SP 74.32 = TOTAL 241.91
    4 町田樹 Tatsuki Machida • TES 68.44 + PCS 70.40 = FS 138.84 + SP 74.64 = TOTAL 213.48
    5 無良崇人 Takahito Mura • TES 74.06 + PCS 70.10 = FS 144.16 + SP 60.05 = TOTAL 204.21
    6 村上大介 Daisuke Murakami • TES 68.86 + PCS 71.90 = FS 140.76 + SP 62.65 = TOTAL 203.41
    7 田中刑事 Keiji Tanaka • TES 69.77 + PCS 65.20 -1.00 = FS 133.97 + SP 67.48 = TOTAL 201.45
    8 中村健人 Kento Nakamura • TES 61.36 + PCS 67.00 -1.00 = FS 127.36 + SP 68.58 = TOTAL 195.94
    9 宇野昌磨 Shoma Uno • TES 63.63 + PCS 64.30 -1.00 = FS 126.93 + SP 63.49 = TOTAL 190.42
    10 日野龍樹 Ryujyu Hino • TES 70.51 + PCS 57.60 = FS 128.11 + SP 60.19 = TOTAL 188.30
    11 坪井遥司 Yoji Tsuboi • TES 61.11 + PCS 56.40 -2.00 = FS 115.51 + SP 63.21 = TOTAL 178.72
    12 木原龍一 Ryuichi Kihara • TES 60.19 + PCS 61.00 = FS 121.19 + SP 57.45 = TOTAL 178.64
    13 吉田行宏 Yukihiro Yoshida • TES 56.82 + PCS 59.60 = FS 116.42 + SP 49.40 = TOTAL 165.82
    14 佐々木彰生 Akio Sasaki • TES 42.89 + PCS 65.50 -4.00 = FS 104.39 + SP 60.45 = TOTAL 164.84
    15 堀之内雄基 Yuki Horinouchi • TES 56.67 + PCS 49.70 -1.00 = FS 105.37 + SP 49.96 = TOTAL 155.33
    16 川原星 Sei Kawahara • TES 48.25 + PCS 47.80 -1.00 = FS 95.05 + SP 53.96 = TOTAL 149.01
    17 近藤琢哉 Takuya Kondo • TES 46.91 + PCS 52.80 = FS 99.71 + SP 48.71 = TOTAL 148.42
    18 小沼祐太 Yuta Onuma • TES 47.37 + PCS 49.40 = FS 96.77 + SP 50.82 = TOTAL 147.59
    19 郡山智之 Tomoyuki Koriyama • TES 39.66 + PCS 54.90 = FS 94.56 + SP 50.93 = TOTAL 145.49
    20 中村智 Satoshi Nakamura • TES 45.07 + PCS 43.00 = FS 88.07 + SP 46.75 = TOTAL 134.82
    21 松村成 Jo Matsumura • TES 48.68 + PCS 43.10 = FS 91.78 + SP 41.90 = TOTAL 133.68
    22 宮崎勇人 Hayato Miyazaki • TES 35.57 + PCS 47.10 = FS 82.67 + SP 41.96 = TOTAL 124.63
    23 江口涼一 Ryoichi Eguchi • TES 39.97 + PCS 42.60 = FS 82.57 + SP 41.51 = TOTAL 124.08
    24 玉田裕也 Yuya Tamada • TES 35.68 + PCS 42.30 -1.00 = FS 76.98 + SP 38.99 = TOTAL 115.97

    It's upsetting that Daisuke fell 3 times, but I'm so proud of Yuzuru for skating clean, scoring the highest in the FS and making the World team!!! YAY!

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    Kozuka:

    4T
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    3Lz-3T
    3A - fall
    3F
    3Lo
    3S
    3Lz-2T

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    Kozuka also fell on his second 3A where he had a combo(his first 3A was not in combo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissIzzy View Post
    Yeah, the magical power of Patrick Chan, which causes him to win even when he falls down three times, oh the horror!
    Oh wait...
    Not that I don't think Takahashi deserves it; that short program yesterday was something else. But still.
    I am so tired of reading everywhere about Chan! This is Japanese nationals, not Canadian nationals. Let's see how he does in his own nationals and than we can start a different thread comparing scores, overs-cores, PCS and everyting. But not now and not here

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    Takahashi:

    4T -fall
    3A
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    3A -fall
    3F+2T
    3Lo
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    Quote Originally Posted by futureidol View Post

    but I'm so proud of Yuzuru for skating clean, scoring the highest in the FS and making the World team!!! YAY!
    Skating clean? You mean the mistake on the 3S doesn't count?

    As for making the World team, that's premature. Only the Japanese Champion is guaranteed a spot. With Oda's particular situation and absence, I am not sure the JSF is ready to announce the entire World team just yet. If Oda has a chance of coming back on time for 4CC and Worlds, it wouldn't surprise that both Hanyu and Oda may have to a skate off at the 4CC.

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    Congratulations to Dai, Taka and Hanyu. Tough skate for Dai.

    Hanyu had the skate of the competition can't wait to see it, good for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaba22 View Post
    Takahashi:

    4T -fall
    3A
    3S
    3A -fall
    3F+2T
    3Lo
    3Lz+3T
    3F-fall
    In other words, not only Takahashi fell 3 times, he additionally received a +SEQ penalty for not doing the second 3A in combination, that's almost another 2 points there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallylutz View Post
    In other words, not only Takahashi fell 3 times, he additionally received a +SEQ penalty for not doing the second 3A in combination, that's almost another 2 points there.
    Such as Kozuka...

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    Hanyu:

    4T
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallylutz View Post
    Skating clean? You mean the mistake on the 3S doesn't count?

    As for making the World team, that's premature. Only the Japanese Champion is guaranteed a spot. With Oda's particular situation and absence, I am not sure the JSF is ready to announce the entire World team just yet. If Oda has a chance of coming back on time for 4CC and Worlds, it wouldn't surprise that both Hanyu and Oda may have to a skate off at the 4CC.
    Okay, almost clean and he won the FS. And Yuzuru has had a way better season than Oda, and it would be a real injustice if he didn't make the World team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futureidol View Post
    Okay, almost clean and he won the FS. And Yuzuru has had a way better season than Oda, and it would be a real injustice if he didn't make the World team.
    If I remember correctly,They usually announce the team 1 day after national; if Oda is not better by now and consider the way Yuzuru skated this season, I think there are no way the will put him off the team for someone who just recovered from injure.

    Anyway, Yuzuru you make me so proud! What a great skate, I can't imagine his score if he did the 3sal: morethan 170 wow wow wow!

    Comgratulatio for wining FS, you totally deserve this and the place in world team
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    Quote Originally Posted by treeloving View Post
    They usually announce the team 1 day after national; if Oda is not better by now and consider the way Yuzuru skated this season, I think there are no way the will put him off the team for someone who just recovered from injure.

    Anyway, Yuzuru you make me so proud! What a great skate, I can't imagine his score if he did the 3sal: morethan 170 wow wow wow!

    Comgratulatio for wining FS, you totally deserve this and the place in world team
    Good to know. I'm so proud of him too. Both his programs are so gorgeous and powerful this season. Wishing him all the best if he does make the Worlds team (which I know he will ).

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    Congratulations to Dai-chan, Kozuka, Yuzuru

    Except for 1 fall of 3A combo, Kozuka's performance was really brilliant. Everytime I hear this music, I am filled with emotion, love love this music and program.

    Yuzuru skated almost clean, what a beautiful 4T! He turned slow at the last part of steps, and poped 3S, but still his performance was filled with energy.

    The world team will be announced tomorrow, so it will be Dai, Kozuka, Yuzuru.

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