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    Medal Table

    1. Russia - 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze

    2. China - 2 Gold, 1 Silver

    3. USA - 2 Silver, 2 Bronze

    No other nation won a medal

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    That's very disappointing for Japan. During last two seasons they always had people on the podium and won twice (Murakami, Hanyu). Now they lost a spot in both men and women for the next year JWC.

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    China is becoming a figure skating powerhouse
    could overtake Japan soon in some of their disciplines

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    Can someone do the spots for next year and spots for JGP thing by country? :D
    Pretty please!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mao88 View Post

    No other nation won a medal
    That's actually quite fascinating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20
    China is becoming a figure skating powerhouse
    could overtake Japan soon in some of their disciplines
    I think that comment is really overhasty.
    "Japan's disciplines" are ladies and men, and why should they lose out in those to china "soon"? Zijun Li ended up behind Miyahara, who's even 2 years younger (although I love both of them). And as talented as Han Yan is, beating Takahashi and Kozuka and Hanyu(!) is not that likely happening just next season.
    Japan might have had a disappointing junior year, but that doesn't even need to mean much... I'd bet next year especially for the men Japan will still have the strongest team overall.

    But that aside, happy for all the medalists
    It'll be interesting to see how some of them will do in seniors next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Li'Kitsu View Post
    I think that comment is really overhasty.
    "Japan's disciplines" are ladies and men, and why should they lose out in those to china "soon"? Zijun Li ended up behind Miyahara, who's even 2 years younger (although I love both of them). And as talented as Han Yan is, beating Takahashi and Kozuka and Hanyu(!) is not that likely happening just next season.
    Japan might have had a disappointing junior year, but that doesn't even need to mean much... I'd bet next year especially for the men Japan will still have the strongest team overall.

    But that aside, happy for all the medalists
    It'll be interesting to see how some of them will do in seniors next year
    Japan`development is unbalanced,They have only single skating,But Russia,America and China are better,That's very disappointing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpaiyi
    Japan`development is unbalanced,They have only single skating,But Russia,America and China are better,That's very disappointing!
    Thing is, that this is nothing new. Japan was kind of dominant in singles and just there, and by now they still are. Russia will be changing that for the ladies, but I don't see China "overtaking" Japan there.
    Japan is even having a promising pair this time.
    And what is America doing there, except for Ice Dance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Li'Kitsu View Post
    Thing is, that this is nothing new. Japan was kind of dominant in singles and just there, and by now they still are. Russia will be changing that for the ladies, but I don't see China "overtaking" Japan there.
    Japan is even having a promising pair this time.
    And what is America doing there, except for Ice Dance?
    What about their men and ladies??Their ladies were always contenders unlike Russia

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