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    2012 2013 JGPF Men's Short program Junior Grand Prix Final SP

    Starting order:
    1 Keiji TANAKA JPN
    2 Ryuju HINO JPN
    3 Boyang JIN CHN
    4 Jason BROWN USA
    5 Maxim KOVTUN RUS
    6 Joshua FARRIS USA

    If anybody knows of a streaming link it would be welcomed. The ISU has promised to upload videos in their youtube channel later.

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    OMG! The first thing they showed was TAT!!!

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    Wahoo! Just sighted Jason Brown! Go USA!

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    The audience look terribly happy. Lol.

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    It's really going to come down to who can land the triple axel and not double out any jumps.

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    Go Tanaka

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    Tanaka landed all his jumps successfully. Not sure about the music choice... it's out of the ordinary to say the least.

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    Keiji TANAKA (JPN)

    Music: Afro Freak

    2A
    3Lz+3T - flutz
    FCSp
    3F
    CCoSp
    StSq
    CSSp

    Doubled on the axel will cost him... otherwise okay

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    Keiji Tanaka

    Solid 3Lz+3T (on review, the lutz should get an edge call). Looks a bit too classy for a song called Afro Freak; he's flailing his arms a lot without much attention to placement. His edges could be smoother, but the spins were okay (slow at the end). No visible mistakes but only a 2A.

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    They are both very disappointed becuase of that doubled trixel.

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    Tanaka
    61.74 and into 1st

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    Tanaka got 61.74pts

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    Ryuju Hino

    Looked tilted with the 3A but landed it fine. Shaky 3Lz+3T but completed. Might not get some levels on the spins since they were slow. 3F had a strange entry, hopefully no edge deduction there. His leg line is often not straight and he needs to create stronger poses when he does them to the music. A solid program, though, with no major mistakes.

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