Last edited by ehdtkqorl123; 12-09-2012 at 07:03 AM.
In her short, yu-na's goe's for her 2a were all over the place, from a -1 to a 3: -1,1,2,2,2,3.
Yuna looked pretty good in practice. 3Lz/3T, 3F, and a few other triples & 2A & combos. I think she'll do pretty well in LP.
I have to say, despite the fact that i really like Yuna, the second part of her triple-triple looked slightly UR to me. I also felt that she's lost a lot of her speed. I think that a 67-73 score zone is appropriate though. She was fantastic other then that and I was expecting a train wreck.
Natalia Popova: 3F, 3Lo (turnout), 3T+2T+2Lo, FCSp, CCoSp, 3T, 3S+2T, 3S+2T, 2A, StSq, ChSq, LSp
Kristina Zaseeva: 3F, 3Lo+2T, 2A(turn)+3T (fall), FCCoSp, 2S, 2Lo, 3S+2T+2T, FCSp, StSq, 2A, ChSq, CCoSp
Monika Simancikova: 2A, 2F, 3Lz (hard fall), 3T+2T<< (stepout), LSp, 3S+2T, 3T, 3S (stepout), FCCoSp, StSq, ChSq, CCoSp
Satsuki Muramoto: 3Lo, 3S+2T+2T, StSq, FCCoSp, 3T+2T, 3S+2T, FCSp, ChSq, 3T, 2A, 2A, CCoSp
Kerstin Frank: 3Lz (a bit forward), 3S+2T, 3T+2T+2T, FCCoSp, StSq, 3S, 2T+1T, 2A, 2A, FCSp, ChSq, CCoSp