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    Predictions

    Who will win? Get medals? And top 10?


    Wich countries will get 3 spots to next year????

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    Men:
    Gold Patrick Chan

    Silver Arthur Gachinski

    Bronze Daisuke Takahashi

    Ladies:
    Gold Carolina Costner

    Silver Mao Asada

    Bronze Ashley Wagner

    Pairs
    Gold Savchenko and Szokolwi

    Silver Tatiana Voloshoshar and Maxim Trankov

    Bronze Kawaguchi and Smirnov

    Ice dance
    Gold Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

    Silver Davis and White

    Bronze Weaver and Poje or Pechalat and Bourzat(status uncertain)

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    Men

    1- Patrick Chan
    2- Daisuke Takahashi
    3- Florent Amodio
    4- Artur Gashinski
    5- Yuzuru Hanyu
    6- Brian Joubert
    7- Jeremy Abbot
    8- Takahiko Kozuka
    9- Javier Fernandez
    10- Adam Rippon
    11- Michal Brezina
    12- Nan Song
    13- Kevin van der Perren
    14- Kevin Reynolds
    15- Samuel Contesti
    16- Denis Ten
    17- Sergei Voronov
    18- Tomas Verner
    19- Peter Liebers
    20- Alexander Majarov

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    men
    gold: Patrick chan
    silver: daisuke takahashi
    bronze: artur gachinski

    ladies
    gold:mao asada
    silver:ashley wagner (if she can deal with pressure of being a world medalist)
    bronze: akiko suzuki

    pairs
    gold: volosozhar/trankov
    silver:savchenko/szolkowy
    bronze: pang/tong

    dance
    gold:virtue/moir
    silver: davis/white
    bronze: pechalat/bourzat (of course if they withdraw weaver/poje)

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    Men

    1.) Patrick Chan
    2.) Daisuke Takahashi
    3.) Yuzuru Hanyu
    4.) Javier Fernandez
    5.) Artur Gatchinski
    6.) Takahiko Kozuka
    7.) Michal Brezina
    8.) Jeremy Abbott
    9.) Tomas Verner
    10.) Brian Joubert


    Ladies

    1.) Carolina Kostner
    2.) Ashley Wagner
    3.) Mao Asada
    4.) Alena Leonova
    5.) Polina Korobeynikova
    6.) Alissa Czisny
    7.) Kanako Murakami
    8.) Elene Gedevanishvilli
    9.) Akiko Suzuki
    10.) Yretha Silete


    Ice Dance

    1.) Davis/White
    2.) Virtue/Moir
    3.) Weaver/Poje
    4.) Shibutani/Shibutani
    5.) Bobrova/Soloviev
    6.) Ilynikh/Katsalapov
    7.) Cappellini/Lanotte
    8.) Riazanova/Tkachenko
    9.) Coomes/Buckland
    10.) Hubbel/Donohue


    Pairs

    1.) Volosozhar/Trankov
    2.) Savchenko/Szolkovy
    3.) Barazova/Larionov
    4.) Sui/Han
    5.) Kavaguti/Smirnov
    6.) Denney/Coughlin
    7.) Pang/Tong
    8.) Marley/Brubaker
    9.) Berton/Hotarek
    10.) Takahashi/Tran

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    1- Mao Asada
    2- Carolina Kostner
    3- Akiko Suzuki
    4- Ashley Wagner
    5- Alena Leonova
    6- Polina Korobeynikova
    7- Kanako Murakami
    8- Alissa Czisny
    9- Elene Gedevanishvili
    10- Ksenia Makarova
    11- Viktoria Helgesson
    12- Valentina Marchei
    13- Amelie Lacoste
    14- Yretha Silete
    15- Kexin Zhang
    16- Sarah Hacken
    17- Sonia Lafuente
    18- Juulia Turkkila
    19- Natalia Popova
    20- Min Jeong Kwaw

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    1.Mao Asada
    2.Carolina Kostner
    3.Ashley Wagner
    4.Akiko Suzuki
    5.Polina Korobeynikova
    6.Alissa Czisny
    7.Gedevanishvili
    8.Leonova
    9.Murakami
    10.Makarova

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    Ladies: Kostner
    Asada
    Czisny

    Men: Chan
    Fernandez
    Hanyu

    Dance:Virtue/Moir
    Davis/White
    Weaver/Poje

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    Men
    1 Chan
    2 Takahashi
    3 Hanyu

    Women
    1 Kostner
    2 Wagner
    3 Asada

    Pairs
    1 Volosozhar/Trankov
    2 Savchenko Szolokowy
    3 Kavaguti/Smirnov

    Ice Dance
    1 Virtue/Moir
    2 Davis/White
    3 Ilinykh/Katsalapov ( I know, but I just want them to pass over Bobrova/Soloviev )

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    Women:
    Gold- Mao Asada
    Silver- Akiko suzuki
    Bronze- Carolina kostner

    Men:
    Gold- Chan
    Silver- Takahashi
    Bronze- Hanyu

    Pairs:
    Savchenko/trankov
    Volosozhar/trankov
    Kavaguti/Smirnov

    ice dance:
    Davis/White
    Virtue/Moir

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    1 Chan
    2 Takahashi
    3 Gachinski

    Women
    1 Asada
    2 Kostner
    3 Wagner

    Pairs
    1 Volosozhar/Trankov
    2 Savchenko/Szolokowy
    3 Kavaguti/Smirnov

    Ice Dance
    1 Virtue/Moir
    2 Davis/White
    3 Weaver/Poje

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    D/W, S/S, Chan, and Mao.

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    These are, of course, the mid-Olympic cycle Worlds. Will they be predictive of Sochi success? Here's a fun fact: all of the 2004 champions went on to win OGMs, none of the 2008 champions won gold in Vancouver, and two of the Nice medalists won in SLC. In that spirit, I will pick two expected results and two upsets:

    Pairs
    S/S because Pina must win over the blah Black Swan. But I have a bad, bad feeling about this. Duhamel and Radford = unexpected Canadian bronze medalists.

    Dance
    V/M for the win, D/W second. I can't pick the bronze medalists without knowing P/B's status.

    Men
    I am hereby casting Jeremy Abbott in the Jeff Buttle role, Patrick Chan as Brian Joubert, whichever French guy you want as Johnny Weir, and a Japanese skater to Zayak himself out of contention (Dai, 2008; Nobu, seemingly every year). I am saying this to amuse myself, not because I see much of a chance of this outcome coming to be.

    Ladies
    It's an even year, so Mao Asada for the win (considering what she's been up to, this would totally be an upset). Kostner second, Suzuki gets the bronze. Wagner gets to skate in the gala.

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    1. Patrick Chan
    2. Javier Fernandez
    3. Daisuke Takahashi
    4.Takahiko Kozuka
    5. Yuzuru Hanyu
    6. Florent Amodio
    7. Michal Brezina
    8. Nan Song
    9. Kevin Reynolds
    10. Brian Joubert

    Ladies
    1. Ashley Wagner
    2. Akiko Suzuki
    3. Mao Asada
    4. Carolina Kostner
    5. Elene Gedevanishvili
    6. Polina KOROBEYNIKOVA
    7. Alena Leonova
    8. Kanako Murakami
    9. Kexin ZHANG
    10. Amelie Lacoste

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    These are, of course, the mid-Olympic cycle Worlds. Will they be predictive of Sochi success? Here's a fun fact: all of the 2004 champions went on to win OGMs, none of the 2008 champions won gold in Vancouver, and two of the Nice medalists won in SLC. In that spirit, I will pick two expected results and two upsets:

    Pairs
    S/S because Pina must win over the blah Black Swan. But I have a bad, bad feeling about this. Duhamel and Radford = unexpected Canadian bronze medalists.

    Dance
    V/M for the win, D/W second. I can't pick the bronze medalists without knowing P/B's status.

    Men
    I am hereby casting Jeremy Abbott in the Jeff Buttle role, Patrick Chan as Brian Joubert, whichever French guy you want as Johnny Weir, and a Japanese skater to Zayak himself out of contention (Dai, 2008; Nobu, seemingly every year). I am saying this to amuse myself, not because I see much of a chance of this outcome coming to be.

    Ladies
    It's an even year, so Mao Asada for the win (considering what she's been up to, this would totally be an upset). Kostner second, Suzuki gets the bronze. Wagner gets to skate in the gala.
    Interesting look. I liked lol

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