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

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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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    Hino
    67.55 (PB) and into 1st

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    Fedya loooks very happy seeing his score.

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    Boyang JIN (CHN)

    Music: Chambermaid Swing by Parov Stelar

    3A
    3Lz+1T - hands down on 3Lz
    CCoSp
    3F - no pre-footwork?
    FCSp
    StSq
    CSSp

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    Boyang Jin

    Channeling some Kevin Reynolds with Chambermaid.

    Landed the 3A fine (may be underrotated), but very tentative going into it. Two hands down on 3Lz+1T (will get -3). Spins are fast; may not have held positions in first spin long enough for them to count. Good 3F and camel spin. Interpretation could be snappier and his facial expression could be better, though some of the choreography is playful in spots.

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    Jin
    60.73, and into 3rd

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    Some disharmony between Jason's music and his outfit/hairstyle. Shaky landings, singled the last jump, but PCS will be high enough.

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    Jason BROWN (USA)

    Music: The Question of U by Prince

    3A - ok, put foot down early
    3Lz+3T
    FCSp
    CSSp
    2F - 'tano, stepout
    StSq
    CCoSp

    Good presentation, steps and spins - shame about the flip

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    Jason Brown

    A bit shaky on the 3A, but it looked fully rotated! 3Lz+3T loos solid, hopefully no edge deduction. Tried to do a tano 3F, but only doubled out. I'm surprised he didn't just do a different jump. You can tell he's a great dancer and he's got great edgework to boot. That 2F pop is going to cost him though. I'm thinking about a 66. (Good, it's a 69!)

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    Aw, Jason.

    He is just head and shoulders above the others so far, presentation-wise. I noticed the difference within three seconds. Love this guy. Too bad he missed the flip.

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    Brown
    69.43 (SB) and into 1st

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    Quote Originally Posted by draqq View Post
    I'm thinking about a 66.
    No... Pcs and Goe are not that cheap....

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    Go Maxpalych!

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    Quote Originally Posted by draqq View Post
    Jason Brown

    A bit shaky on the 3A, but it looked fully rotated! 3Lz+3T loos solid, hopefully no edge deduction. Tried to do a tano 3F, but only doubled out. I'm surprised he didn't just do a different jump. You can tell he's a great dancer and he's got great edgework to boot. That 2F pop is going to cost him though. I'm thinking about a 66. (Good, it's a 69!)
    He can't do a different jump because this year juniors are required to do 3F as the solo (it alternates between Lo, F, and Lz every year and you can do double or triple)

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    Maxim KOVTUN (RUS)

    Music: Lawrence of Arabia (soundtrack) by Maurice Jarre

    3Lz+3T
    3A - nice
    CSSp
    FCSp
    3F - e, turnout
    StSq
    CCoSp

    Mistake on flip, otherwise solid program

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