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    I feel like the early ladies groups aren't as good as the early groups in other disciplines.

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    Aw, this Thai girl with the beautiful name, Mimi Tanasorn Chindasook, really struggled, and definitely got socked by Colorado, but she had me on her side. She moves beautifully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    I feel like the early ladies groups aren't as good as the early groups in other disciplines.
    The early groups in men and ice dancing were pretty miserable, too. Pairs was spared because two of the top teams were newly formed, and thus relegated to early slots.

    Would that I had a time machine so I could go back in time to stop Ennio Morricone from composing the score to The Mission. Truly, it has ruined generations of skating choreographers.

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    Aw Alissa looks so beautiful in the audience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    I feel like the early ladies groups aren't as good as the early groups in other disciplines.
    Yeah, it can feel like a neighborhood recital with all the moms clapping sometimes.

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    Position After 9 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. Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK (THA) - 97.19 (FS = 59.96 (TES: 28.04, PCS: 32.92, DED: 1.00))
    4. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    5. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    6. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    7. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    8. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    9. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Business View Post
    Would that I had a time machine so I could go back in time to stop Ennio Morricone from composing the score to The Mission. Truly, it has ruined generations of skating choreographers.
    Don't be bad-tempered, dear. I was thinking, Oh, the Mission, I haven't heard it for several months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Business View Post
    Would that I had a time machine so I could go back in time to stop Ennio Morricone from composing the score to The Mission. Truly, it has ruined generations of skating choreographers.
    I think a better way to phrase that would be to simply say that you wish skaters would stop skating to that beautiful piece of music.

    It's a glorious composition that is iconic in film music.

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    Although this makes me appreciate watching the later groups. Especially seeing how slow these skaters are going... It's so laboured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herro View Post
    I think a better way to phrase that would be to simply say that you wish skaters would stop skating to that beautiful piece of music.
    But they won't stop! They'll never stop! This is the only way! I've gassed the DeLorean and I'm on my way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Business View Post
    The early groups in men and ice dancing were pretty miserable, too. Pairs was spared because two of the top teams were newly formed, and thus relegated to early slots.

    Would that I had a time machine so I could go back in time to stop Ennio Morricone from composing the score to The Mission. Truly, it has ruined generations of skating choreographers.
    I didn't think dance was that bad actually. Anyway, the early Chinese team got a level 4 Rhumba sequence which was pretty impressive.

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    Position After 10 Of 24

    1. Alexandra NAJARRO (CAN) - 117.11 (FS = 80.03 (TES: 40.29, PCS: 40.74, DED: 1.00))
    2. Sandra KHOPON (THA) - 103.15 (FS = 67.57 (TES: 35.39, PCS: 32.18))
    3. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 102.49 (FS = 70.21 (TES: 37.72, PCS: 32.49))
    4. Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK (THA) - 97.19 (FS = 59.96 (TES: 28.04, PCS: 32.92, DED: 1.00))
    5. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    6. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    7. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    8. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    9. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    10. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Business View Post
    But they won't stop! They'll never stop! This is the only way! I've gassed the DeLorean and I'm on my way...
    hahaha

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    Wow... That was terrible. One landed triple.

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    Does anyone know why Suzuki isn't competing? Her 2nd place at Japanese Nats would have entitled her a place at this event, no?

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