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    Paolo BACCHINI (ITA)

    Music: Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini

    17th after SP

    3A - stepout
    3S+2T+2T - a bit messy
    3Lz - fall
    FSSp
    SlSt
    3Lo
    3S+3T
    2F - e
    2A
    CSSp
    ChSt
    2A
    CCoSp

    Score: 114.34, total 170.11 and into 5th

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    Well Kim Lucine still hangs on to 2nd after 12 skaters, good job!

    Next should be the break wherein I'm hoping & praying Kevin Van der Perren does great to close out his phenomenal career at Europeans! What a man, what a career, and what a record of representing Belgium with class, style, finesse, integrity, and above all courage & strength in the face of adversity, he should be proud!

    Please, God, please let Kevin do well (likewise Brian Joubert). please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Next should be the break wherein I'm hoping & praying Kevin Van der Perren does great to close out his phenomenal career at Europeans! What a man, what a career, and what a record of representing Belgium with class, style, finesse, integrity, and above all courage & strength in the face of adversity, he should be proud!
    Well... how to say this ? I'm with you when you talk about courage & strength but class, style, finesse ? I'm sorry, wearing too many times this horrendous bones outfit alone disqualified him. And that's just an exemple; the superhero one is also something that must be forbidden from competitions.
    On the other hand, the second time he used Lawrence of Arabia as FS music, he wore a white and golden one very nice to watch from both sides !

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    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO KEVIN VAN DER PERREN!!!!

    Thirteen years competing at Europeans straight through from 1999-2012 (no break), with two Bronze Medals, becoming the first man from Belgium to capture a medal at Euros since 1947! And the first man from Belgiumever to win at medal at Jr. Worlds in 2002. (:^)

    HERE WE GO!@!

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    Oh no, Kevin withdrew due to injury.

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    Kevin van der Perren has just withdrawn? Am I right?

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    Bad timing, it seems he just withdrawn...

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    Okay, now Brian on the ice, GOOOOOOOOOOOO BRIAN, MAKE IT HAPPEN!!!!

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    Brian JOUBERT (FRA)

    Music: The Matrix (soundtrack)

    10th after SP. Let's hope KVDP's withdrawal doesn't freaks him out.

    4T
    3A
    3F - e, but nice otherwise
    4T - stepout, no combo, looked UR in replay
    CSSp
    CiSt
    His skate strap has come undone.
    3S
    3Lz-stepout-2T
    3Lo - stepout
    FUSp
    ChSt
    3F - no combo? Or did I ID incorrect?
    CCoSp

    Score: 139.91, total 207.83 and into 1st. Doesn't seem to be enough to medal...
    Last edited by sequinsgalore; 01-28-2012 at 09:22 AM.

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    Brian did a fine job, just three huge step outs, one on the quad, another on the 3L, and I forge the third one. However, his pant leg came undone halfway through the performance and the we could see his naked leg up to his knee.

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    I am commenting live the last two groups http://thewrongedgefigureskatingblog...mens-free.html

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    GOOOOOO ALEXANDER (like his program to Austin Powers; tough strong little dude).

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    How old is Joubert's Matrix program? Seems like he brings it back every other year or so.

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    Alexander MAJOROV (SWE)

    Music: Flamenco Bolero by Maurice Ravel performed by Gustavo Montesano

    9th after SP

    3A+2T
    3Lz - fall
    3A? - feed froze
    CCoSp
    SlSt
    3F+1T+2T
    2A
    3F
    FSSp
    2S+1T
    3T? - feed froze
    FCCoSp
    ChSt

    Score: 124.85, total 193.18 and into 3rd
    Last edited by sequinsgalore; 01-28-2012 at 09:31 AM.

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    I'm really starting to like Alexander Majorox from Sweden. This music was hypnotic and he hypnotized me. Seriously, for being built with a tough little hard body, muscular, he also combines a lyrical quality as well, musical if you will, he uses he whole body right to the tips of his fingertips.

    Opened with a MONSTER 3A! Then followed that up with an equally monster 3L (but fell afterwards), and it looked like he was going for a 4S there but singled it. :( Still, fine job, young man, fine job.

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