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    oh gosh, Nadine they probably will... that's the scary part..

    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    ps: I seriously think they could easily put in a quad twist like that, their 3twist is already HUGE !!!!

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    Jessica DUBE / Sebastien WOLFE (CAN)

    Music: Three Hours Past Midnight by James Collin

    3LzTw - she grabs around his shoulder on landing
    3S - solid
    Li
    3LzTh - nice
    PCoSp
    SlSt
    FiDs

    Another solid performance

    Score: 57.68, new PB and into 2nd

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    Dube & Wolf
    All elements completed. Twist a little low and crashy, the 3S's lookecd very nice, the throw had smooth runout. I think they skated a little slower than John & Caydee. Better pair spin though. A good outing.

    57.68 SB

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    PAIR GIRLS ARE THE TOUGHEST, HANDS DOWN, GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PAIRS!!!!!!!!!!!

    AND GO M&B!!!

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    Position After 2 Of 10

    1. Caydee DENNEY/John COUGHLIN (USA) - 63.35 (TES: 35.55, PCS: 27.80)
    2. Jessica DUBE/Sebastien WOLFE (CAN) - 57.68 (TES: 31.28, PCS: 26.40)

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    That was the first time I've seen Marley and Brubaker's current SP. I loved it! Too bad about the two-foot (I think..) on the throw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    They should go to the ice dancers to lean how to do pairs spins
    Or footwork. Denney and Coughlin's footwork sequence was so slow in parts they were just standing still and waiting for the audience's yawns to blow them across the ice.

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    Mary Beth MARLEY / Rockne BRUBAKER (USA)

    Music: Singing in the Rain Medley

    3T - nice
    3FTw
    PCoSp
    3FTh - landed on two feet
    SlSt
    Li
    FiDs

    Score: 62.42, new PB and into 2nd

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    Darn, my computer conked out halfway through, but I did catch their elements, except for the 2foot on the throw jump, they had a lot of pizzazz, and Rockne just got a lot of rep points for being an old-timer. It's going to be close between the two Americans, it will all come down to the LP.

    ps: both pairs really need to work on their positions and extension, that's something Donlan & Speroff have in spades.

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    Position After 3 Of 10

    1. Caydee DENNEY/John COUGHLIN (USA) - 63.35 (TES: 35.55, PCS: 27.80)
    2. Mary Beth MARLEY/Rockne BRUBAKER (USA) - 62.42 (TES: 34.96, PCS: 27.46)
    3. Jessica DUBE/Sebastien WOLFE (CAN) - 57.68 (TES: 31.28, PCS: 26.40)

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    I love Marley/Brubaker! They make me smile. I am hoping for a dream skate from Amanda Evora/Mark Ladwig! THEY DESERVE IT!

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    I'm hoping for a dream skate from Duhamel/Radford!!

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    Woho! I'm not too late to catch this!


    Go whoever is left to skate!!!

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    Here come the Chinese acrobats and all the rest...

    Just think a catch of the blade on the ice or an off throw can result in major injury ~ reminds me of that one pair from Russia that I like so much; they skate to "Claire de Lune" ~ soooo many injuries she's had over the years. Just tells one how TOUGH pair skaters really are, especially the girls, singles doesn't even come close. They don't have to be worried about being knocked unconscius or suffering from brain injury (aka Paul Binneboise).

    My hat goes off to them.

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    That announcer will mess up white people's names, too.

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