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    Men SP

    The skating order is up:

    1 Sergei VORONOV RUS

    2 Alexei BYCHENKO ISR

    3 Min-Seok KIM KOR

    4 Javier RAYA ESP

    5 Peter LIEBERS GER

    6 Justus STRID DEN


    Warm-Up Group 2

    7 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN

    8 Denis TEN KAZ

    9 Kim LUCINE MON

    10 Dmitri IGNATENKO UKR

    11 Christopher CALUZA PHI

    12 Misha GE UZB


    Warm-Up Group 3

    13 Nan SONG CHN

    14 Viktor PFEIFER AUT

    15 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL

    16 Brian JOUBERT FRA

    17 Alexander MAJOROV SWE

    18 Adam RIPPON USA


    Warm-Up Group 4

    19 Patrick CHAN CAN

    20 Samuel CONTESTI ITA

    21 Michal BREZINA CZE

    22 Daisuke TAKAHASHI JPN

    23 Jeremy ABBOTT USA

    24 Kevin VAN DER PERREN BEL


    Warm-Up Group 5

    25 Artur GACHINSKI RUS

    26 Florent AMODIO FRA

    27 Yuzuru HANYU JPN

    28 Takahiko KOZUKA JPN

    29 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP

    30 Tomas VERNER CZE

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    My concern is if the ice will have an effect on the Men. So far the worst have happened to Pairs Men supporting the weight of their partners, and Trankov has blamed the ice as too fresh and to crack easily. How will happen with Men landing quads with the force of a refrigerator?

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    what exactly is wrong with the ice? is it too "icy" (hard)? Is the rink full-size (it seems a few of the pairs got close to the boards

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    Good luck Patrick! Don't get nervous! Go to bed early tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing787 View Post
    Good luck Patrick! Don't get nervous! Go to bed early tonight!

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    Yikes...I think Patrick has a very, very bad draw. Skating too early is never a good thing whether it's CoP or 6.0. If he skates well, his competitors will go all out to try to catch him. If he skates poorly, I can see his competitors will change strategy and go for clean and safe.

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    Some say the ice is too soft with water in some spots and Trankov complains it cracked easily and caused his fall.

    I hope they are just excuses, or any problem has been resolved.

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    Frankly, I think it's a bunch of excuses. Other skaters seemed to have no problem with the ice.

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    Excuses, I think.

    Wish them all best luck!

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