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    Men's overall scores on the GP 220+

    Men's overall scores of 220+ With two notable exceptions, 220+ is needed to get you on the podium. (We had two that were in the high 210s - Voronov in China and Amodio in France - who got on the podium as well). 220 is obviously the total between my two benchmark ( 75 for SP + 145 for FS).

    UPDATED: Updated to include GPF scores.

    Daisuke Takahashi 269.40 GPF
    Yuzuru Hanyu 264.29 GPF
    Patrick Chan 262.35 - COR
    Yuzuru Hanyu 261.03 - NHK
    Patrick Chan 258.66 - GPF
    Javier Fernandez 258.62 - GPF
    Javier Fernandez 253.94 - SC
    Takahiko Kozuka 253.27 - GPF
    Daisuke Takahashi 251.51 - NHK
    Takahiko Kozuka 251.44 -SA
    Yuzuru Hanyu 243.74 -SA <------------------ median score
    Patrick Chan 243.43 -SC
    Nobunari Oda 238.34 -SC
    Tatsuki Machida 236.92 - COC
    Ross Miner 235.37 - NHK
    Daisuke Takahashi 231.75
    Takahito Mura 230.68 - TEB
    Takahiko Kozuka 229.99 - COR
    Tatsuki Machida 229.95 - SA
    Jeremy Abbott 227.63 - TEB
    Michal Brezina 224.56 - COR

    We just had 16 scores and 11 skaters on this list: JPN 6, USA 2, CAN 1, SPN 1, CZE 1. And only two with all overall scores on this list and above the median: Patrick Chan and Yuzuru Hanyu. UPDATE: We now have 21 scores on this list. The number of skaters, obviously has not changed.
    Last edited by Mrs. P; 12-09-2012 at 03:11 PM.

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