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    Quote Originally Posted by skateflower View Post
    Wagner's PCS is a joke. How the hell can her pcs equal Mao's?
    It didn't just equal it overtook Mao's PCS...I understand her TES being higher than Mao's b/c Mao had many 2 footed landings. Mao probably just has to rebuild her PCS b/c of the rough seasons she had.
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    What a competition...this throws quite the monkey wrench in the ladies event at Worlds this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scout View Post
    Is it just me, or did Mao seem to have a lot of 2-foot landings?
    I thought so, esp the 3a. It was still a nice performance, of course. But I can hardly believe Wagner just beat Asada! Wow. Gotta give it to Ashley!

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    Position After 23 Of 24

    1. Ashley WAGNER (USA) - 192.41 (FS = 128.34 (TES: 66.61, PCS: 61.73))
    2. Mao ASADA (JPN) - 188.62 (FS = 124.37 (TES: 62.95, PCS: 61.42))
    3. Caroline ZHANG (USA) - 176.18 (FS = 117.44 (TES: 63.25, PCS: 54.19))
    4. Kanako MURAKAMI (JPN) - 169.32 (FS = 105.87 (TES: 51.58, PCS: 54.29))
    5. Agnes ZAWADZKI (USA) - 157.23 (FS = 104.36 (TES: 49.27, PCS: 55.09))
    6. Amelie LACOSTE (CAN) - 147.65 (FS = 95.93 (TES: 43.84, PCS: 53.09, DED: 1.00))
    7. Cynthia PHANEUF (CAN) - 147.47 (FS = 96.71 (TES: 44.83, PCS: 51.88))
    8. Haruka IMAI (JPN) - 134.49 (FS = 89.30 (TES: 49.05, PCS 42.25, DED: 2.00))
    9. Min-Jeong KWAK (KOR) - 130.52 (FS = 81.80 (TES: 40.41, PCS: 42.39, DED: 1.00))
    10. Bingwa GENG (CHN) - 127.89 (FS = 80.91 (TES: 37.02, PCS: 45.89, DED: 2.00))
    11. Victoria MUNIZ (PUR) - 117.83 (FS = 75.20 (TES: 36.36, PCS: 40.84, DED: 2.00))
    12. Alexandra NAJARRO (CAN) - 117.11 (FS = 80.03 (TES: 40.29, PCS: 40.74, DED: 1.00))
    13. Melinda WANG (TPE) - 103.69 (FS = 68.34 (TES: 32.15, PCS: 36.19))
    14. Sandra KHOPON (THA) - 103.15 (FS = 67.57 (TES: 35.39, PCS: 32.18))
    15. Qiuying ZHU (CHN) - 102.77 (FS = 66.34 (TES: 34.09, PCS: 34.25, DED: 2.00))
    16. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 102.49 (FS = 70.21 (TES: 37.72, PCS: 32.49))
    17. Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK (THA) - 97.19 (FS = 59.96 (TES: 28.04, PCS: 32.92, DED: 1.00))
    18. Yea-Ji YUN (KOR) - 96.85 (FS = 64.39 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 31.89, DED: 1.00))
    19. Melanie SWANG (THA) - 96.16 (FS = 64.95 (TES: 36.05, PCS: 28.90))
    20. Chae-Yeon SUHR (KOR) - 94.95 (FS = 58.41 (TES: 28.47, PCS: 31.94, DED: 2.00))
    21. Lejeanne MARAIS (RSA) - 94.34 (FS = 62.19 (TES: 30.20, PCS: 32.07))
    22. Crystal KIANG (TPE) - 93.79 (FS = 62.88 (TES: 31.61, PCS: 31.27))
    23. Zhaira COSTINIANO (PHI) - 87.26 (FS = 56.93 (TES: 27.64, PCS: 30.29, DED: 1.00))

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    The delay and height Kexin Zhang gets on her lutz...and that's what just caused her to fall on the flip.

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    I'm so excited for Ashley, but Mao's skating gives me a kind of pure, deep emotion that I don't get from Ashley's skating. Mao's choreography also seemed more detailed and much more difficult >_<

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    Caroline is gonna medal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateflower View Post
    Wagner's PCS is a joke. How the hell can her pcs equal Mao's?
    Since Ashley skated cleanly and Mao did not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades of Passion View Post
    Whoa, this Chinese girl is doing great. She could actually win Bronze if she keeps it up.
    Jinx.

    Anyway, RE: Ashley and Caroline, this was TOTALLY one of the best ten bucks I have ever spent so I could watch this, lol! So great.

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    Well, looks like Ashley did it. She made me eat my words! :P Great for her, Mao, and Caroline to skate so well. Good luck to Ashley and Mao at Worlds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skateflower View Post
    Wagner's PCS is a joke. How the hell can her pcs equal Mao's?
    Home court advantage. She got slammed at NHK vs Akiko and Mao and so in the US she gets the inflated marks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades of Passion View Post
    Whoa, this Chinese girl is doing great. She could actually win Bronze if she keeps it up.
    Ugh I hope not. Other than her jumps I find her skating to be very boring.

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    I'm so glad Caroline got to come to this event. She's done so much to rebuild her national and now international reputation in the course of just the last two competitions. Good job to the final flight, they made it feel like the major competition it is.

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    Decent performance from Kexin. Too bad about the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100yen View Post
    I'm so excited for Ashley, but Mao's skating gives me a kind of pure, deep emotion that I don't get from Ashley's skating. Mao's choreography also seemed more detailed and much more difficult >_<
    Ashley's program has many excellent details, just compare the two spiral sequences and see what the two are doing with their arms.

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