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    I'm debating on whether I should bother watching the second group, or just tune in to the 3rd and 4th.

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    I am wondering the same thing. I think I am going to take a break. I have been watching since the pairs' sp and I am getting tired.
    Quote Originally Posted by blue_idealist View Post
    I'm debating on whether I should bother watching the second group, or just tune in to the 3rd and 4th.

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    Suhr is an exquisite girl and beautiful skater... but those were some hard spills. Here's hoping she can develop her strength and competition nerves... I'm sure the Colorado air didn't help.

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    Position After 7 Of 24

    1. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 102.49 (FS = 70.21 (TES: 37.72, PCS: 32.49))
    2. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    3. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    4. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    5. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    6. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    7. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    I hope someone would be able to up the ante.

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    Go Alexandra!!

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    Ugh... She's so slow and I hate this cut of music. I also hate the fact that everyone is using Black Swan.

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    Typical performance from a typical Canadian ladies medalist. She landed 2 triples.

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    Needs more skin-peeling and self-stabbing to truly be the Black Swan. That goes for all the Black Swan programs this year.

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    The latest regal Canadian lady. Long legs create lovely lines and she spins fast, but I think she only landed 2 triples. Took lots of spills. Nice 2A though (+2-2). Toward the end her posture went to hell during her steps. I like her though. We can always blame Colorado!

    This is an SB? Eek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateflower View Post
    Typical performance from a typical Canadian ladies medalist. She landed 2 triples.
    I don't think pewter medals are given out at Canadians. Hopefully she can improve her consistency. She's capable of doing better, but obviously all that matters is what you do during competition.

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    lol Spun Silver! It's Colorado's fault!

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    Position After 8 Of 24

    1. Alexandra NAJARRO (CAN) - 117.11 (FS = 80.03 (TES: 40.29, PCS: 40.74, DED: 1.00))
    2. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 102.49 (FS = 70.21 (TES: 37.72, PCS: 32.49))
    3. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    4. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    5. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    6. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    7. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    8. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    Yeah, Najarro never medalled at Canadians; she's been fourth twice I believe.

    She really is a beauty to watch. If only...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scout View Post
    I don't think pewter medals are given out at Canadians. Hopefully she can improve her consistency. She's capable of doing better, but obviously all that matters is what you do during competition.
    No, they are not and yes she is capable of more; she has struggled with consistency this year.

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