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    "Hold an edge and look sexy!" museksk8r's Avatar
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    I can't get over how many mistakes we've seen, particularly from Russian, US, and Japanese skaters.

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    Aw, sad for the Shibs. You can tell they want to prove so badly that they can be more mature, better performers. I think they probably tried too hard. Well chin up, you will do better!

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    Wow, I don't think I've ever seen the Shibs mess up on twizzles before. Poor guys

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    So sad for Shibutanis, they were always so precise.

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    Sad trombone for the Shibutanis.

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    It happens to the best of them sometimes. V/M messed up twizzles a few comps ago. Just a pity about the timing.

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    82.37. I don't think I've ever seen them score that low.

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    dang it I missed the Shiboos entirely (stupid work getting in the way - whoops, I mean I love my job I love my job I love my job lol)

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    too bad about the twizzle, tried to hard and slipped.

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    Hope this group provides great skating and fair judging!

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    Do you think they count the scores and arrange the placement? coz the difference from RT is tiny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Business View Post
    Sad trombone for the Shibutanis.
    Lol

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    Alex is laughing; I've doubt he's seen scores like that for them in a looooooooong time.

    Y'know, it's disappointing but it happens. They are still very young and have a long time before they can challenge as serious medal threats; last year was a big fluke and they aren't going to be able to even dream about just winning Nationals for a few years longer. Chalk it up as a learning experience and move on! I'm still mighty impressed by what I see from the Shibs overall. They have a lot of potential and can be top-tier staples in the years to come.

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    Position After 15 of 20

    1. Anna CAPPELLINI/Luca LANOTTE (ITA) - 160.62 (FD = 95.51 (TES: 45.86, PCS: 49.65))
    2. Ekaterina BOBROVA/Dmitri SOLOVIEV (RUS) - 150.75 (FD = 92.46 (TES: 42.86, PCS: 49.60))
    3. Maia SHIBUTANI/Alex SHIBUTANI (USA) - 144.72 (FD = 82.37 (TES: 35.71, PCS: 46.66))
    4. Ekaterina RIAZANOVA/Ilia TKACHENKO (RUS) - 144.43 (FD = 86.24 (TES: 41.93, PCS: 44.31))
    5. Madison HUBBELL/Zachary DONOHUE (USA) - 143.95 (FD = 84.39 (TES: 43.28, PCS: 41.11))
    6. Nelli ZHIGANSHINA/Alexander GAZSI (GER) - 141.36 (FD = 85.07 (TES 42.78, PCS: 42.29))
    7. Xintong HUANG/Xun ZHENG (CHN) - 130.27 (FD = 78.92 (TES 41.50, PCS: 37.42))
    8. Kharis RALPH/Asher HILL (CAN) - 129.55 (FD = 78.80 (TES 39.44, PCS: 39.36))
    9. Penny COOMES/Nicholas BUCKLAND (GBR) - 129.31 (FD = 74.96 (TES 36.28, PCS: 39.68, DED: 1.00))
    10. Siobhan HEEKIN-CANEDY/Dmitri DUN (UKR) - 128.75 (FD = 80.05 (TES 41.78, PCS: 38.27))
    11. Lorenza ALESSANDRINI/Simone VATURI (ITA) - 126.89 (FD = 75.71 (TES 36.85, PCS: 38.86))
    12. Julia ZLOBINA/Alexei SITNIKOV (AZE) - 126.57 (FD = 78.42 (TES 40.42, PCS: 38.00))
    13. Isabella TOBIAS/Deividas STAGNIUNAS (LTU) - 124.07 (FD = 73.85 (TES 36.93, PCS: 36.92))
    14. Sara HURTADO/Adria DIAZ (ESP) - 123.12 (FD = 74.44 (TES 38.99, PCS: 35.45))
    15. Danielle OBRIEN/Gregory MERRIMAN (AUS) - 112.23 (FD = 64.31 (TES 32.99, PCS: 32.32, DED: 1.00))

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    Wow, Shibs get the 2nd lowest TES of the night so far - who would have thought? I guess the twizzles got 0 point.

    Hope Alex doesn't kick himself too hard. They both looked very disappointed and akward in Kiss n Cry... :-(

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