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    News Kim to compete at NRW Trophy for points

    The reigning Olympic champion, 22, will take part in the NRW Trophy in Dortmund, chasing the points she needs to qualify for next year's world championships in Canada, her agency, All That Sports, said.

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    This is a good thing, right?

    I'm looking forward to seeing her under any circumstances whatsoever. Points, no points...even skating without music would be fine with me. Go for it, YuNa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olympia View Post
    This is a good thing, right?

    I'm looking forward to seeing her under any circumstances whatsoever. Points, no points...even skating without music would be fine with me. Go for it, YuNa!
    Totally!

    Happy wishes to Yuna

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    I'm excited!!!Good luck Yuna!

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    According to the Korean Media, she'll be executing jumps as same as she did at the Olympics.(no triple axel)
    It also said the program won't be watered down like many of skaters in the competition today!

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    can't wait to see her on the ice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melon View Post
    According to the Korean Media, she'll be executing jumps as same as she did at the Olympics.(no triple axel)
    It also said the program won't be watered down like many of skaters in the competition today!

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    can't wait to see her on the ice
    This is SO good! So, 3Lz+3T in both SP and FS? She will be (I think) the oldest this season to land it!

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    Has she ever done triple axel? And if she is anywhere near as good as she was in Vancouver she should be the favorite for the world title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melon View Post
    According to the Korean Media, she'll be executing jumps as same as she did at the Olympics.(no triple axel)
    It also said the program won't be watered down like many of skaters in the competition today!

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    can't wait to see her on the ice
    Sorry, the source isn't credible because it's not Yu-Na or her agency speaking on her behalf. What you posted is also misleading. Yu-Na won't be doing the exact same jumps as she did at the Olympics because the rules won't allow her to. Yu-Na hasn't said anything about what her jumps will be.

    However, Yu-Na already landed triple lutzes, salchows, and toeloops in her summer show (she has never included flips in exhibitions, so not a big deal there), so you can logically conclude that she'll be attempting likely 3 lutzes across the SP and the FS. Her layout, if she goes for the 3/3, will probably be the same as 2011 Worlds, and yes, that's pretty challenging, but again, this isn't confirmed.

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    If Yu-na waltzes onto the ice after a two-year break and hits a triple Lutz /triple toe I for one will

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaylee View Post
    Sorry, the source isn't credible because it's not Yu-Na or her agency speaking on her behalf. What you posted is also misleading. Yu-Na won't be doing the exact same jumps as she did at the Olympics because the rules won't allow her to. Yu-Na hasn't said anything about what her jumps will be.

    However, Yu-Na already landed triple lutzes, salchows, and toeloops in her summer show (she has never included flips in exhibitions, so not a big deal there), so you can logically conclude that she'll be attempting likely 3 lutzes across the SP and the FS. Her layout, if she goes for the 3/3, will probably be the same as 2011 Worlds, and yes, that's pretty challenging, but again, this isn't confirmed.
    Ahh i see your point, i was just so excited to hear her coming back and when i saw this article i thought it was credible. I thought the guy/girl who commented were her coaches but when i read it again, it seems more like skating committee who said it. But either way, i hope she delivers what she accomplished in the olympics or the worlds

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