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    Quote Originally Posted by Mao88 View Post
    Here are the protocols for the Short Dance

    Also, Cappellini & Lannotte's Short Dance

    Cappellini & Lannotte - Short Dance
    Just watched it and I thought it was a lot of fun - it's a program that I think i'll like more and more as the season progresses

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTheMusician View Post
    Greetings from the arena. Bad words from many of you. I saw Kiira's program live and it's one of the best programs I've ever seen. Such a mature, graceful, clean and strong skating. Real art. You can't even compare Julia's and Kiira' skating, a girl and a lady I would say. I had tears in my eyes almost the whole program, it was just a piece of heaven.
    I agree with you Anna, Kiira said she has trained hard and good to see she is "injury free", she loves her programs so much this year! - as always Kiira looks gorgeous out there on the ice and commands the audience and judges - IMO Kiira, Carolina and Alissa are so classy - artistic and very ladylike. We need them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by janetfan View Post
    Inflation is relative - but I agree Kiira deserved first and by a comfortable margin.

    I really enjoyed her SP - and who says a "green dress can't win"

    Only Kira could make that hideous color look good.

    Yes, her score was way too high IMO but, you can't deny that there is a huge difference between a little girl and a real woman skating. I would have put Kira first for sure but the spread between her and Mirai is too large. At this point Mirai must feel like even if she skates the program of her career there is no way for her to catch up even if Kira does a so so program.

    On the other hand competition is competition, bring it or stay home.

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    Here are the up to date video lists

    MEN'S SHORT PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT

    1. Javier FERNANDEZ (ESP) - 80.77 Short Program
    2. Yuzuru HANYU (JPN) - 75.57 Short Program
    3. Richard DORNBUSH (USA) - 71.19 Short Program
    4. Johnny WEIR (USA) - 69.03 Short Program
    5. Zhan BUSH (RUS) - 69.01 Short Program
    6. Misha GE (UZB) - 61.32 Short Program
    7. Adrian SCHULTHEISS (SWE) - 57.30 Short Program
    8. Valtter VIRTANEN (FIN) - 56.81 Short Program
    9. Kento NAKAMURA (JPN) - 54.14 Short Program
    10. Maciej CIEPLUCHA (POL) - 53.59 Short Program
    11. Matthias VERSLUIS (FIN) - 52.71 Short Program
    12. Mikael REDIN (SUI) - 47.40 Short Program
    13. Julian LAGUS (FIN) - 43.79
    14. Viktor ZUBIK (FIN) - 41.53 Short Program
    15. Samuel KOPPEL (EST) - 38.20 Short Program

    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT

    1. Kiira KORPI (FIN) - 69.27 (TES: 36.87, PCS: 32.40)
    2. Julia LIPNITSKAYA (RUS) - 64.05 (TES: 35.50, PCS: 28.55)
    3. Mirai NAGASU (USA) - 52.75 (TES: 26.20, PCS: 27.55, DED: 1.00)
    4. Isabelle OLSSON (SWE) - 51.18 (TES: 27.49, PCS: 23.69)
    5. Natalia POPOVA (UKR) - 48.74 (TES: 25.64, PCS: 23.10)
    6. Juulia TURKKILA (FIN) - 47.04 (TES: 25.23, PCS: 22.81, DED: 1.00)
    7. Sonia LAFUENTE (ESP) - 45.71 (TES: 23.37, PCS: 22.34)
    8. Beata PAPP (FIN) - 45.59 (TES: 24.82, PCS: 20.77)
    9. Fleur MAXWELL (LUX) - 44.93 (TES: 23.06, PCS: 21.87)
    10. Jasmine COSTA (EST) - 42.66 (TES: 23.78, PCS: 19.88, DED: 1.00)
    11. Alisa MIKONSAARI (FIN) - 39.54 (TES: 19.20, PCS: 20.34)

    SHORT DANCE - VIDEOS & RESULT

    1. Ekaterina BOBROVA & Dmitri SOLOVIEV (RUS) - 65.44 (TES: 31.66, PCS: 33.78)
    2. Anna CAPPELLINI & Luca LANOTTE (ITA) - 64.16 (TES: 31.59, PCS: 32.57)
    3. Madison HUBBELL & Zachary DONOHUE (USA) - 58.44 (TES: 28.42, PCS: 30.02)
    4. Charlene GUIGNARD & Marco FABBRI (ITA) - 55.64 (TES: 27.42, PCS: 28.22)
    5. Irina SHTORK & Taavi RAND (EST) - 50.55 (TES: 26.08, PCS: 24.47)
    6. Ramona ELSENER & Florian ROST (SUI) - 44.95 (TES: 23.75, PCS: 21.20)
    7. Justyna PLUTOWSKA & Peter GERBER (POL) - 41.62 (TES: 22.42, PCS: 20.20, DED: 1.00)
    8. Henna LINDHOLM & Ossi KANERVO (FIN) - 39.98 (TES: 20.95, PCS: 19.03)
    9. Bryna OI & Taiyo MIZUTANI (JPN) - 39.14 (TES: 21.59, PCS: 17.55)
    10. Olesia KARMI / Max LINDHOLM (FIN) - 36.51 (TES: 17.99, PCS: 18.52)
    11. Lesia VOLODENKOVA & Vitaly VAKUNOV (BLR) - 32.19 (TES: 14.17, PCS: 18.02)
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    In Ladies, what happened to Ira Vannut? Thought she was supposed to be here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyria View Post
    I agree with all you said. For his first competition back, I think Johnny did really well. I'm proud of him. He said he was serious about this comeback, and it showed in the performance. Yeah he didn't win, but he didn't have any major mistakes, he performed quite well, and he went for the quad. I'm feeling positive. I agree with you, I think he's on track so far. Fingers crossed for the long program today.
    fingers AND toes crossed! :P

    also, i firmly believe this is the "new" Johnny...apparently he changed boots about 6 weeks ago according to IN, and he kind of lost the quad. he was previously training in his old boots...the ones from Vancouver. the "old" Johnny would have bailed on a quad in competition especially since he had to really retrain and work hard. to get it back and it's not all the way back yet. He's definitely all in. He knows he needs the jump, and the only way to make an "old dog" learn new tricks is to fully commit.
    btw, how's the crowd at this competition? I'd imagine it's a different environment fro Johnny, even with the love and support form his fans, a small competition is different from all those high profile competitions and performances he's done for years.

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    MEN'S LONG PROGRAM - POSITION AFTER 10 OF 15

    Overall Standings

    1. Misha GE (UZB) - 187.92
    2. Kento NAKAMURA (JPN) - 187.42
    3. Adrian SCHULTHEISS (SWE) - 177.84
    4. Maciej CIEPLUCHA (POL) - 177.82
    5. Valtter VIRTANEN (FIN) 151.93
    6. Mikael REDIN (SUI) - 146.27
    7. Matthias VERSLUIS (FIN) - 144.92
    8. Julian LAGUS (FIN) - 134.46
    9. Viktor ZUBIK (FIN) - 131.06
    10. Samuel KOPPEL (EST) - 118.90

    Free Skate Scores

    1. Kento NAKAMURA JPN 133.28 66.94 68.34 7.04 6.67 6.71 6.92 6.83 2.00 #10
    2. Misha GE UZB 126.60 61.76 65.84 6.25 6.13 6.83 6.75 6.96 1.00 #9
    3. Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL 124.23 61.31 62.92 6.00 5.96 6.29 6.50 6.71 0.00 #7
    4. Adrian SCHULTHEISS SWE 120.54 60.28 60.26 6.17 5.71 6.08 6.13 6.04 0.00 #8
    5. Mikael REDIN SUI 98.87 49.61 49.26 5.04 4.50 4.88 5.13 5.08 0.00 #3
    6. Valtter VIRTANEN FIN 95.12 43.80 51.32 5.33 4.83 5.08 5.13 5.29 0.00 #6
    7. Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 92.21 44.63 48.58 5.17 4.54 4.75 5.08 4.75 1.00 #1
    8. Julian LAGUS FIN 90.67 40.89 49.78 4.96 4.67 4.88 5.17 5.21 0.00 #2
    9. Viktor ZUBIK FIN 89.53 43.69 45.84 4.75 4.33 4.63 4.63 4.58 0.00 #4
    10. Samuel KOPPEL EST 80.70 38.62 42.08 4.42 4.08 4.13 4.33 4.08 0.00 #5

    REMAINING STARTING ORDER

    Warm-Up Group 3

    11. Richard DORNBUSH (USA)
    12. Javier FERNANDEZ (ESP)
    13. Johnny WEIR (USA)
    14. Zhan BUSH (RUS)
    15. Yuzuru HANYU (JPN)
    Last edited by Mao88; 10-06-2012 at 11:14 AM.

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    Pardon my language but wholly fudge monkeys Dornbush got 168.80 in his FS.
    I can't wait for the video to be uploaded now. I think he might just win

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    Holy, what happened to Javier beaten by Dornbush ? he might win this
    I hope he still medals, poor Javier

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTnoona View Post
    Pardon my language but wholly fudge monkeys Dornbush got 168.80 in his FS.
    I can't wait for the video to be uploaded now. I think he might just win
    He already beat Javi Fernandez. Huge TES, 20 points over Javi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateFiguring View Post
    He already beat Javi Fernandez. Huge TES, 20 points over Javi.
    Yeah. I don't think Hanyu can beat that either

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    Wow, what happened?

    Aww, I wanted Johnny W. to medal.

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    Prince Hanyu WINS !

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    MEN'S LONG PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT

    Overall Standings

    1. Yuzuru HANYU (JPN) - 248.13
    2. Richard DORNBUSH (USA) - 239.99
    3. Javier FERNANDEZ (ESP) - 235.20
    4. Johnny WEIR (USA) - 201.42
    5. Zhan BUSH (RUS) - 194.29
    6. Misha GE (UZB) - 187.92
    7. Kento NAKAMURA (JPN) - 187.42
    8. Adrian SCHULTHEISS (SWE) - 177.84
    9. Maciej CIEPLUCHA (POL) - 177.82
    10. Valtter VIRTANEN (FIN) 151.93
    11. Mikael REDIN (SUI) - 146.27
    12. Matthias VERSLUIS (FIN) - 144.92
    13. Julian LAGUS (FIN) - 134.46
    14. Viktor ZUBIK (FIN) - 131.06
    15. Samuel KOPPEL (EST) - 118.90

    Free Skate Scores

    1. Yuzuru HANYU JPN 172.56 90.70 81.86 8.21 7.92 8.38 8.21 8.21 0.00 #15
    2. Richard DORNBUSH USA 168.80 92.12 77.68 7.92 7.58 7.79 7.88 7.67 1.00 #11
    3. Javier FERNANDEZ ESP 154.43 72.95 81.48 8.08 7.83 8.25 8.25 8.33 0.00 #12
    4. Kento NAKAMURA JPN 133.28 66.94 68.34 7.04 6.67 6.71 6.92 6.83 2.00 #10
    5 Johnny WEIR USA 132.39 56.65 75.74 7.50 7.25 7.50 7.83 7.79 0.00 #13
    6. Misha GE UZB 126.60 61.76 65.84 6.25 6.13 6.83 6.75 6.96 1.00 #9
    7. Zhan BUSH RUS 125.28 60.44 65.84 6.75 6.25 6.42 6.83 6.67 1.00 #14
    8. Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL 124.23 61.31 62.92 6.00 5.96 6.29 6.50 6.71 0.00 #7
    9. Adrian SCHULTHEISS SWE 120.54 60.28 60.26 6.17 5.71 6.08 6.13 6.04 0.00 #8
    10. Mikael REDIN SUI 98.87 49.61 49.26 5.04 4.50 4.88 5.13 5.08 0.00 #3
    11. Valtter VIRTANEN FIN 95.12 43.80 51.32 5.33 4.83 5.08 5.13 5.29 0.00 #6
    12. Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 92.21 44.63 48.58 5.17 4.54 4.75 5.08 4.75 1.00 #1
    13. Julian LAGUS FIN 90.67 40.89 49.78 4.96 4.67 4.88 5.17 5.21 0.00 #2
    14. Viktor ZUBIK FIN 89.53 43.69 45.84 4.75 4.33 4.63 4.63 4.58 0.00 #4
    15. Samuel KOPPEL EST 80.70 38.62 42.08 4.42 4.08 4.13 4.33 4.08 0.00 #5

    Superb from Hanyu. Simply Brilliant!
    Last edited by Mao88; 10-06-2012 at 01:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aemeraldrainc View Post
    Wow, what happened?
    I think Javi underperformed. No fall but he is capable of much higher TES.

    Aww, I wanted Johnny W. to medal.
    Hanyu won. JW is 4th though his FS is 5th.

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