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    Well I bet the Shibs are glad they don't have to do Latin for the SD for a while. Big huddle for these guys. BUt you have to admire them for trying to work despite the challenges.

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    No comparison. V/M are in a league of their own. I would have given them a 4 point cushion. Free Dance will be closer though.

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    Ouch. The Shibs are going to be out of the final group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_idealist View Post
    Honestly I can't wait until the Shibs are over, just find them boring all the time. Go P/B!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    Agree. It was pretty bleh. They don't have the fire that Latin dance requires. Very clean and precise, but so boring.
    Absolutely.

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    Position After 24 of 25

    1. Tessa VIRTUE/Scott MOIR (CAN) - 72.31 (TES: 34.29, PCS: 38.02)
    2. Meryl DAVIS/Charlie WHITE (USA) - 70.98 (TES: 33.50, PCS: 37.48)
    3. Kaitlyn WEAVER/Andrew POJE (CAN) - 66.47 (TES: 33.21, PCS: 33.26)
    4. Elena ILINYKH/Nikita KATSALAPOV (RUS) - 65.34 (TES: 31.86, PCS: 33.48)
    5. Anna CAPPELLINI/Luca LANOTTE (ITA) - 65.11 (TES: 32.14, PCS: 32.97)
    6. Maia SHIBUTANI/Alex SHIBUTANI (USA) - 62.35 (TES: 29.44, PCS: 32.91)
    7. Madison HUBBELL/Zachary DONOHUE (USA) - 59.56 (TES: 32.64, PCS: 26.92)
    8. Ekaterina BOBROVA/Dmitri SOLOVIEV (RUS) - 58.29 (TES: 26.43, PCS: 32.86, DED: 1.00)
    9. Ekaterina RIAZANOVA/Ilia TKACHENKO (RUS) - 58.19 (TES: 28.64, PCS: 29.55)
    10. Nelli ZHIGANSHINA/Alexander GAZSI (GER) - 56.29 (TES: 28.64, PCS: 27.65)
    11. Penny COOMES/Nicholas BUCKLAND (GBR) - 54.35 (TES: 26.85, PCS: 27.50)
    12. Xintong HUANG/Xun ZHENG (CHN) - 51.35 (TES: 26.86, PCS: 24.49)
    13. Lorenza ALESSANDRINI/Simone VATURI (ITA) - 51.18 (TES: 26.85, PCS: 25.33, DED: 1.00)
    14. Kharis RALPH/Asher HILL (CAN) - 50.75 (TES: 27.21, PCS: 24.54, DED: 1.00)
    15. Isabella TOBIAS/Deividas STAGNIUNAS (LTU) - 50.22 (TES: 24.85, PCS: 25.37)
    16. Siobhan HEEKIN-CANEDY/Dmitri DUN (UKR) - 48.70 (TES: 25.07, PCS: 23.63)
    17. Sara HURTADO/Adria DIAZ (ESP) - 48.68 (TES: 26.21, PCS: 22.47)
    18. Julia ZLOBINA/Alexei SITNIKOV (AZE) - 48.15 (TES: 23.22, PCS: 24.93)
    19. Danielle OBRIEN/Gregory MERRIMAN (AUS) - 47.92 (TES: 25.93, PCS: 21.99)
    20. Pernelle CARRON/Lloyd JONES (FRA) - 47.75 (TES: 20.25, PCS: 27.50)
    21. Irina SHTORK/Taavi RAND (EST) - 47.24 (TES: 25.86, PCS: 21.38)
    22. Zsuzsanna NAGY/Mate FEJES (HUN) - 45.70 (TES: 24.78, PCS: 20.92)
    23. Cathy REED/Chris REED (JPN) - 44.19 (TES: 21.21, PCS: 23.98, DED: 1.00)
    24. Anna NAGORNYUK/Viktor KOVALENKO (UZB) - 44.08 (TES: 23.51, PCS: 20.57)

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    The Shibutanis are so boring, they are boring after B/S
    they have no fire, maybe because they are siblings their capabylities will be limited ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    Ouch. The Shibs are going to be out of the final group.
    ETA: It looks like they were docked majorly on levels. Their TES is lower than H/D even.

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    that is why they are rigging it.
    they lost and moir complained, bitched and did everything this year at gpf. guess what they won free skate =did have enough point to win overall so guess what rigging competitions since.
    ogm lost didn't like it-cant hacked it-poor sportmanship on his part. cant have that-so guess what now lets rig all competitions later for v/m. to win. and butched u.s kids scores like d/w and shib was a bit low compared to rest.
    hubbell and donohue was 5 points to high.-should have been a 55

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    pechalat and bourzat great job.

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    Interesting scores. Waiting for protocols.

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    This statement does not make any sense at all.I do not think anyone here would dispute these results at all. If anything V/M were undermarked.


    Quote Originally Posted by fairly4 View Post
    that is why they are rigging it.
    they lost and moir complained, bitched and did everything this year at gpf. guess what they won free skate =did have enough point to win overall so guess what rigging competitions since.
    ogm lost didn't like it-cant hacked it-poor sportmanship on his part. cant have that-so guess what now lets rig all competitions later for v/m. to win. and butched u.s kids scores like d/w and shib was a bit low compared to rest.
    hubbell and donohue was 5 points to high.-should have been a 55

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    So pleased they skated that well, not sure where it will come though! Seemed to really pick up momentum as the program went along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairly4 View Post
    that is why they are rigging it.
    they lost and moir complained, bitched and did everything this year at gpf. guess what they won free skate =did have enough point to win overall so guess what rigging competitions since.
    ogm lost didn't like it-cant hacked it-poor sportmanship on his part. cant have that-so guess what now lets rig all competitions later for v/m. to win. and butched u.s kids scores like d/w and shib was a bit low compared to rest.
    hubbell and donohue was 5 points to high.-should have been a 55
    Davis and White's score was a little low, but the Shibs have struggled with the type of SD this season and weren't expected by most to repeat as bronze medalists this season.

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    I really wish I liked V/M. It would make watching figure skating so much more enjoyable and easier.

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    great job--that shows how it is done--pechalat and bourzat.

    v.m are boring--yes it is easier to do last years program and improve on it.

    they really didn't change it and make it better. all they did was skate a bit better. nothing special
    v/m. arent in a league of their own.

    personally i would have p.b 1st
    v/m2
    d/w 3


    shibs 4-5

    of course candians can't understand it- since rigging it for v/m. due to outburst.
    rigging --you skaters wouldn't know it when see it why-your are inside not outside looking in from no special way-just want best one to win.
    you have favorites push them at expense of other skaters, teams. so you wouldn't know and deny it existence at all cost.-why might affect you favorite skater and team.
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