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    Men's LP JGP Sencila Bled Cup 2012

    POSITION AFTER 14 OF 28

    1. Jordan JU (TPE) - 132.71
    2. Dong-Won LEE (KOR) - 130.50
    3. Ondrej SPIEGL (SWE) - 129.74
    4. Yaroslav PANIOT (UKR) - 122.18
    5. Peter James HALLAM (GBR) - 121.61
    6. Lukas KAUGARS (USA) - 118.17
    7. Julian Zhi Jie YEE (MAS) - 112.93
    8. Marco KLEPOCH (SVK) - 109.36
    9. Giray SENOL (TUR) - 108.43
    10. Matej GREGORC (SLO) - 100.87
    11. Daniel PATRICHE (ROU) - 88.20
    12. Manuel DRECHSLER (AUT) - 87.52
    13. Abish BAYTKANOV (KAZ) - 86.32
    14. Kristof BREZAR (SLO) - 85.22

    REMAINING STARTING ORDER

    Warm-Up Group 3

    15. Antonio PANFILI (ITA)
    16. Krzysztof GALA (POL)

    Warm-Up Group 4

    17. David KRANJEC (AUS)
    18. Roman SADOVSKY (CAN)
    19. Charles TETAR (FRA)
    20. Viktor ROMANENKOV (EST)
    21. Alexander SCHOEPKE (GER)
    22. Adian PITKEEV (RUS)

    Warm-Up Group 5

    23. Joshua FARRIS (USA)
    24. Keiji TANAKA (JPN)
    25. Han YAN (CHN)
    26. Alexander SAMARIN (RUS)
    27. Shoma UNO (JPN)
    28. Boyang JIN (CHN)

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    MEN'S FREE SKATE - VIDEOS & RESULT

    1. Joshua FARRIS (USA) - 211.21
    Short Program, Free Skate
    2. Boyang JIN (CHN) - 186.45
    Short Program, Free Skate
    3. Alexander SAMARIN (RUS) - 183.03
    Short Program, Free Skate
    4. Keiji TANAKA (JPN) - 180.77
    Short Program, Free Skate
    5. Han YAN (CHN) - 180.69
    Short Program, Free Skate
    6. Shoma UNO (JPN) - 174.34
    Short Program, Free Skate
    7. Charles TETAR (FRA) - 156.43
    Short Program, Free Skate
    8. Adian PITKEEV (RUS) - 153.88
    Short Program, Free Skate
    9. Viktor ROMANENKOV (EST) - 153.50
    Short Program, Free Skate
    10. Roman SADOVSKY (CAN) - 153.41
    Short Program, Free Skate
    11. Alexander SCHOEPKE (GER) - 146.77
    Short Program, Free Skate
    12. David KRANJEC (AUS) - 138.41
    Short Program, Free Skate
    13. Jordan JU (TPE) - 132.71
    Short Program, Free Skate
    14. Dong-Won LEE (KOR) - 130.50
    Short Program, Free Skate
    15. Ondrej SPIEGL (SWE) - 129.74
    Short Program, Free Skate
    16. Antonio PANFILI (ITA) - 128.05
    Short Program, Free Skate
    17. Krzysztof GALA (POL) - 123.02
    Short Program, Free Skate
    18. Yaroslav PANIOT (UKR) - 122.18
    Short Program, Free Skate
    19. Peter James HALLAM (GBR) - 121.61
    Short Program, Free Skate
    20. Lukas KAUGARS (USA) - 118.17
    Short Program, Free Skate
    21. Julian Zhi Jie YEE (MAS) - 112.93
    Short Program, Free Skate
    22. Marco KLEPOCH (SVK) - 109.36
    Short Program, Free Skate
    23. Giray SENOL (TUR) - 108.43
    Short Program, Free Skate
    24. Matej GREGORC (SLO) - 100.87
    Short Program, Free Skate
    25. Daniel PATRICHE (ROU) - 88.20
    Short Program, Free Skate
    26. Manuel DRECHSLER (AUT) - 87.52
    Short Program, Free Skate
    27. Abish BAYTKANOV (KAZ) - 86.32
    Short Program, Free Skate
    28. Kristof BREZAR (SLO) - 85.22
    Short Program, Free Skate

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    Han Yan had too many mistakes
    Jin beat Farris on TES, maybe he got better GOEs

    but what a surprise to Samarin, congrats on a good JGP debut
    maybe there is hope in Russian men new skaters and Plushenko doesnt have to come back in 2018 ?

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    Surprising but now Russia has two medalists and neither are Kovtun. Alexander Petrov and Samarian! One of the more surprising developments. They have seized opportunities!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    Surprising but now Russia has two medalists and neither are Kovtun. Alexander Petrov and Samarian! One of the more surprising developments. They have seized opportunities!
    Kovtun hasn't competed yet but he will compete next week in JGP Croatia with Nathan and Han Yan will be there again
    and he will will next compete in the last JGP in Germany

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Kovtun hasn't competed yet but he will compete next week in JGP Croatia with Nathan and Han Yan will be there again
    and he will will next compete in the last JGP in Germany
    I was just saying that I think before the JGP began no one would have expected any Russian to medal except Kovtun. So that is what I meant by two medalists not named Kovtun and did not mean that Kovtun had competed and not medaled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    I was just saying that I think before the JGP began no one would have expected any Russian to medal except Kovtun. So that is what I meant by two medalists not named Kovtun and did not mean that Kovtun had competed and not medaled.
    sorry about that misunderstanding, well at least they are slowly cropping some new young talents post Sochi with Kovtun , Samarin , though not as good as Chen , Han, Jin or Farris. It would have been horrible if they will just rely after Zhenya retires on Gachinski, who has issues with consistency and nerves
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    Just watched his skate and I think Shoma Uno was lowballed on PCS, his jumps are small yes, but the quality of his skating is exceptional! his flowing, lyrical upper body movement is just exquisite! lots of potential there, and very nice program too, I would have had his PCS significantly higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverlake22 View Post
    Just watched his skate and I think Shoma Uno was lowballed on PCS, his jumps are small yes, but the quality of his skating is exceptional! his flowing, lyrical upper body movement is just exquisite! lots of potential there, and very nice program too, I would have had his PCS significantly higher.
    I agree with you on everything you said about Uno's PCS. Not everyone can skate to such oriental, zen music and make it interesting. Although, that being said, he did make an inane mistake on the Double Axel. Had he not done so, perhaps his PCS would have been higher.
    On a side note, does anyone know what happened to He Zhang? I really enjoyed his skating last season and am wondering where he is now? His name does not appear to be on any of the entry lists in the final two JGPs...
    Also, what is going on with Han Yan? He seems to be exhausted and unfocussed, perhaps even ill.
    Better yet, what is going on with all the Chinese men???

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    Boyang Jin is doing just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Boyang Jin is doing just fine
    Valid point, Doris, valid point

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    How old is Boyang Jin? Because he has VERY juniorish presentation and looks like he's going through the motions. Great tech though.
    Also, what happened to Han Yan? He had big mistakes in both programs. I hope it's just early season kinks that he will iron out so that he can do better later in the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverlake22 View Post
    Just watched his skate and I think Shoma Uno was lowballed on PCS, his jumps are small yes, but the quality of his skating is exceptional! his flowing, lyrical upper body movement is just exquisite! lots of potential there, and very nice program too, I would have had his PCS significantly higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    How old is Boyang Jin? Because he has VERY juniorish presentation and looks like he's going through the motions. Great tech though.
    Also, what happened to Han Yan? He had big mistakes in both programs. I hope it's just early season kinks that he will iron out so that he can do better later in the season.
    I'm sure Han Yan will do better on his next JGP event, I think he wasn't feeling well here
    Boyang Jin is same age with Samarin, they are 14 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    I'm sure Han Yan will do better on his next JGP event, I think he wasn't feeling well here
    Boyang Jin is same age with Samarin, they are 14 years old.
    I'm worried about Han Yan, he needs to win his next JGP (beating kovtun and chen) to qualify for the final... I hope this was just an off-day and he'll perform well...

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