They are not far apart at all. Hanyu has the strongest TES. Chan has the most refined skating. Takahashi has the most dramatic ability in performance. Looks like Takahashi couldn't be clean either with now two quads in his LP. If assuming as you said that Takahashi is clean with two quads which we've never seen, I think there won't be much room for big mistakes from Chan or Hanyu. However, I think that a little flawed Chan (assume that Chan's TES was up to his last year's level) or a little flawed Hanyu could beat a clean Takahashi. Hanyu wasn't that out of breathe at the end of his LP at NHK.
Originally Posted by pangtongfan
Last edited by Bluebonnet; 11-26-2012 at 04:18 PM.
But he was droopy from the start. And near the end he decided to take a rest and sit down during his spin.
Originally Posted by Bluebonnet
Anyone with that high BV and TES deserved a rest somewhere in spin. Droopy from the start? That was his posture problem.
Originally Posted by SkateFiguring
Last edited by Bluebonnet; 11-26-2012 at 04:21 PM.