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    1. Gracie GOLD (USA) - 58.00 (TES: 34.43, PCS: 23.57) Q
    2. Adelina Sotnikova (RUS) - 56.57 (TES: 30.92, PCS: 25.65) Q
    3. Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN) - 52.97 (TES: 31.07 , PCS: 21.90) Q
    4. Hae-Jin KIM (KOR) - 51.56 (TES: 29.20, PCS 22.36) Q
    5. Kaetlyn OSMOND (CAN) - 50.15 (TES: 28.46, PCS: 21.69) Q
    6. Ziquan ZHAO (CHN) - 49.22 (TES: 28.59, PCS: 20.63) Q
    7. Vanessa LAM (USA) - 48.82 (TES: 25.88, PCS: 23.94, DED: 1.00) Q
    8. Polina SHELEPEN (RUS) - 47.99 (TES: 25.78, PCS: 22.21) Q
    9. Miu SATO (JPN) - 46.50 (TES: 25.99, PCS: 21.51, DED: 1.00) Q
    10. Isadora WILLIAMS (BRA) - 46.22 (TES: 27.23, PCS: 18.99) Q
    11. Gerli LIINAMÄE (EST) - 44.54 (TES: 25.97, PCS: 19.57, DED: 1.00) Q
    12. Risa SHOJI (JPN) - 43.13 (TES: 21.27, PCS: 21.86) Q
    13. Alina FJODOROVA (LAT) - 42.49 (TES: 25.14, PCS: 18.35, DED: 1.00) Q
    14. Carol BRESSANUTTI (ITA) - 41.59 (TES: 22.82, PCS: 18.77) Q
    15. Tina STUERZINGER (SUI) - 41.39 (TES: 24.29, PCS: 17.10) Q
    16. Juulia TURKKILA (FIN) - 41.03 (TES: 22.08, PCS: 18.95) Q
    17. Sabrina SCHULZ (AUT) - 39.93 (TES: 23.18, PCS: 16.75) Q
    18. Elizaveta UKOLOVA (CZE) - 39.61 (TES: 24.00, PCS: 15.61) Q
    19. Anine RABE (NOR) - 39.58 (TES: 22.27, PCS: 17.31)
    20. Anita MADSEN (DEN) - 39.44 (TES: 22.18, PCS: 17.26)
    21. Lenaelle GILLERON-GORRY (FRA) - 39.38 (TES: 22.52, PCS: 17.86, DED: 1.00)
    22. Angelika DUBINSKI (GER) - 38.57 (TES: 21.71, PCS: 16.86)
    23. Kristina ZAKHARANKA (BLR) - 36.23 (TES: 20.36, PCS: 15.87)
    24. Brooklee HAN (AUS) - 35.37 (TES: 18.92, PCS: 17.45, DED: 1.00)
    25. Anais CLAES (BEL) - 28.00 (TES: 13.87, PCS: 14.13)

    Yet another bad day at the office for Adelina. Didn't think she should go to these championships. Should have just focused on next season.
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    Whoa! Adelina behind Gracie. Beat her on the PCS side, though. What did Adelina do jump wise?

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    Adelina's into to 2nd place, 56.57. Gracie's still in the lead...boy wouldn't it be something if she actually lives up to the hype and ends up winning this thing? But I shouldn't say that; Julia and Zijun still have to skate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwanatic View Post
    Adelina's into to 2nd place, 56.57. Gracie's still in the lead...boy wouldn't it be something if she actually lives up to the hype and ends up winning this thing? But I shouldn't say that; Julia and Zijun still have to skate.
    Sotnikova has been in terrible form all season. Beating her doesn't take much. I wonder what Adelina messed up on this time. Will be interesting to see the protocols and the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mao88 View Post
    Yet another bad day at the office for Adelina. Didn't think she should go to these championships. Should have just focused on next season.
    What jumps did she do? She won the PCS portion (duh) but she's about 4pts off Gracie's TES. Did she pop something or what? If she did pop or double a jump, she's in good shape seeing as she's only about 2pts out of first at the moment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwanatic View Post
    What jumps did she do? She won the PCS portion (duh) but she's about 4pts off Gracie's TES. Did she pop something or what? If she did pop or double a jump, she's in good shape seeing as she's only about 2pts out of first at the moment...
    Apparently, she did a 3Tx3T, 3Z, and 2A. Rumour going around that the ccosp1 was the problem???

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    yes, I didn't really expect Adelina to win. she will be lucky to get bronze medal.
    I am heartbroken for her this season, she has had to go through a confidence issue and a growth spurt

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    I think it's rather presumptuous to assume that Adelina bombed when we haven't even seen the skate. Her TES is lower than Gold's but her base value is lower and she has a built in deduction because of her flutz. Clearly she beat her in the PCS and is only 1.5 points out of Gold's score, which is not a big margin.

    She is not going to compete any better by staying at home.

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    Gracie at her best (not seen often unfortunately) has very impressive jumps combining speed, height, and ice coverage (reminiscent of Yuna). She still has a long way to go in presentation, however, so hopefully she'll work on that aspect of her skating more going forward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsisjiejie View Post
    Whoa! Adelina behind Gracie. Beat her on the PCS side, though. What did Adelina do jump wise?
    Wrote that OK, but some unconfident.

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    Julia L is first to go in the next group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mao88 View Post
    Sotnikova has been in terrible form all season. Beating her doesn't take much. I wonder what Adelina messed up on this time. Will be interesting to see the protocols and the video.
    She had two strong performances at nationals and ended up winning the title there. Then she had a really strong performance in the SP at the YOG, but ended up blanking out in the LP and doubled/popped a ton of jumps. She's hit a rough patch recently but I think she'll be okay. But like I said, only 2pts out of the lead right now...she's still within range. If Julia goes clean, however, the gold will probably be out of reach. She'll score like 63+ and the best Adelina will be able to hope for is silver...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwanatic View Post
    She had two strong performances at nationals and ended up winning the title there. Then she had a really strong performance in the SP at the YOG, but ended up blanking out in the LP and doubled/popped a ton of jumps. She's hit a rough patch recently but I think she'll be okay. But like I said, only 2pts out of the lead right now...she's still within range. If Julia goes clean, however, the gold will probably be out of reach. She'll score like 63+ and the best Adelina will be able to hope for is silver...
    don't forget Zijun Li.
    I say Adelina's chances of a podium is still within reach buts she better not have a meltdown in the LP.
    Polina S. puzzles me, she does well in GP but always has a meltdown at Junior Worlds, so does this mean she shouldn't be sent to senior worlds
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polina_Shelepen
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    Quote Originally Posted by jatale View Post
    Gracie has the most impressive jumps combining speed, height, and ice coverage (reminiscent of Yuna). She still has a long way to go in presentation, however, so hopefully she'll work on that aspect of her skating more going forward.
    Maybe it was the angle of the video but Gracie didn't look exceptionally fast to me, nor did her jumps seem particularly high or cover a ton of ice...she looked rather average to me. Then again, it may just be the angle of the video. I'm also not too crazy about her air position; she's a little loose-looking in the air whereas Yu-Na had perfect air position...but she nails the rotation so it's not an issue.

    In order for Gracie to really compete next year, she's definitely going to need a music/choreography/presentation overhaul. Her jumps are great but she's very far behind on the other side of her skating especially when you compare her to the other pre-Soichi skaters. She's a bit lopsided in that respect so I hope she and her team really get to work this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwanatic View Post
    Maybe it was the angle of the video but Gracie didn't look exceptionally fast to me, nor did her jumps seem particularly high or cover a ton of ice...she looked rather average to me. Then again, it may just be the angle of the video. I'm also not too crazy about her air position; she's a little loose-looking in the air whereas Yu-Na had perfect air position...but she nails the rotation so it's not an issue.

    In order for Gracie to really compete next year, she's definitely going to need a music/choreography/presentation overhaul. Her jumps are great but she's very far behind on the other side of her skating especially when you compare her to the other pre-Soichi skaters. She's a bit lopsided in that respect so I hope she and her team really get to work this summer.
    Gracie looked slightly off her best. However, I think she put in a pretty good performance and she will certainly be a force to be reckoned with in the years to come.

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