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    I think Agnes thought her scores and placement would higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateflower View Post
    Agnes did not deserve the bronze medal at the Nationals. She is a one-trick phony.
    Considering her age and experience that is both premature and unkind. I do think Caro should have edged her out at nationals but her short there was frankly brilliant and she 'deserved' her placement.

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    Love love Agnes' style. A debut with no falls

    Go Kana-chan!!

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    Position After 21 Of 24

    1. Ashley WAGNER (USA) - 192.41 (FS = 128.34 (TES: 66.61, PCS: 61.73))
    2. Caroline ZHANG (USA) - 176.18 (FS = 117.44 (TES: 63.25, PCS: 54.19))
    3. Agnes ZAWADZKI (USA) - 157.23 (FS = 104.36 (TES: 49.27, PCS: 55.09))
    4. Amelie LACOSTE (CAN) - 147.65 (FS = 95.93 (TES: 43.84, PCS: 53.09, DED: 1.00))
    5. Cynthia PHANEUF (CAN) - 147.47 (FS = 96.71 (TES: 44.83, PCS: 51.88))
    6. Haruka IMAI (JPN) - 134.49 (FS = 89.30 (TES: 49.05, PCS 42.25, DED: 2.00))
    7. Min-Jeong KWAK (KOR) - 130.52 (FS = 81.80 (TES: 40.41, PCS: 42.39, DED: 1.00))
    8. Bingwa GENG (CHN) - 127.89 (FS = 80.91 (TES: 37.02, PCS: 45.89, DED: 2.00))
    9. Victoria MUNIZ (PUR) - 117.83 (FS = 75.20 (TES: 36.36, PCS: 40.84, DED: 2.00))
    10. Alexandra NAJARRO (CAN) - 117.11 (FS = 80.03 (TES: 40.29, PCS: 40.74, DED: 1.00))
    11. Melinda WANG (TPE) - 103.69 (FS = 68.34 (TES: 32.15, PCS: 36.19))
    12. Sandra KHOPON (THA) - 103.15 (FS = 67.57 (TES: 35.39, PCS: 32.18))
    13. Qiuying ZHU (CHN) - 102.77 (FS = 66.34 (TES: 34.09, PCS: 34.25, DED: 2.00))
    14. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 102.49 (FS = 70.21 (TES: 37.72, PCS: 32.49))
    15. Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK (THA) - 97.19 (FS = 59.96 (TES: 28.04, PCS: 32.92, DED: 1.00))
    16. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    17. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    18. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    19. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    20. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    21. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    Maybe Agnes wasn't paying attention to what Caroline and Ashely just did? Becuase maybe her performance would rate higher at Nats, but when the other girls just killed it...no, third is just fine.

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    Ashley's FS score is a monster, 18 pts higher than her all time best! So happy for Ash and Car

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    Kanako is skating decently. Popped jumps here and there though. Don't think she'll beat Caroline.

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    Oh Kanako is popping the back end of her combos :(
    So nervous for Mao. I don't think she'll be able to beat Wagner's score.

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    Oh, Kanako. THose were supposed to be your easy jumps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gymfan15 View Post
    Maybe Agnes wasn't paying attention to what Caroline and Ashely just did? Becuase maybe her performance would rate higher at Nats, but when the other girls just killed it...no, third is just fine.
    This is sounding pretty promising, with all three Americans layered right at the top...so far. But I have to say, I'm rooting for Mao for the top spot here.

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    Kanako looked really winded by the end, I didn't even think she'd bow.

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    Kanako will probably still get the Bronze with her SP lead over Zhang.

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    Murakami has the worst technique on the jumps (like a pole vaulter) and she skates with a blank face, totally without expression, nothing like Mao.

    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Kanako looks tired.

    Looks like Caroline may medal after all.

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    Ouch, she's hurting. Really breathing hard.

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