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    Duhamel/Radford
    122.89, total 187.09 and into 1st

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    Guathier + Marcotte + Radford + Duhamel = lovely commentators. Talking about the missed timing, confirming the lift won't count - love listening to them.

    Duhamel is seriously an amazing analyst. ("-1 for the twist, -1 for the combo.... Still good"). Scored well because of their EPIC base value and solid GOEs on most of the elements. Guys, take this team seriously as a thread for bronze here and at Worlds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinga View Post
    Good effort from D/R. Just when I thought this will earn a lot of points, they botched the lift.
    I also think that the commands from the coach during SBS spins should be forbidden.
    I agree that commands from the coach should be forbidden, but couldn't it have been Eric giving the commands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diane044 View Post
    I agree that commands from the coach should be forbidden, but couldn't it have been Eric giving the commands?
    Maybe.. But that should be forbidden too, IMO. Its really distracting and the unison should come without saying anything

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    It was Eric. Don't worry, I made the same mistake during Canadian Nationals one year. Kirsten Moore Towers and Jessica Dube also give the spin commands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinga View Post
    Maybe.. But that should be forbidden too, IMO. Its really distracting and the unison should come without saying anything
    Why? I think almost all teams do that. It's how they know when to change positions.

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    Qing PANG / Jian TONG (CHN)

    Music: Variations on an original Theme Enigma by Edward Elgar

    2A+2A+SEQ
    3FTw
    2T
    FCCoSp - unison a bit off in the end
    FiDs - small stumble on entrance
    PCoSp
    Li
    ChSq - I like this one
    3STh - nice
    3LoTh - slightly twofooted
    Li
    Li

    Nice program, but quite low difficulty compared to the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinga View Post
    Maybe.. But that should be forbidden too, IMO. Its really distracting and the unison should come without saying anything
    FWIW, I do think that they stop the commands later in the season - their unison at Canadian Nationals 2012 was breathtaking.

    P/T - may be shadows of their former selves. But that was just beautiful. Should sneak ahead of D/R by two or three points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachmaninoff View Post
    Why? I think almost all teams do that. It's how they know when to change positions.
    I just dont like it. Some pairs achieve good unison without the commands.. Im not an expert, but should the music and training 'tell' them when to change position??
    Nevermind, that was just my minor comment...


    P/T - a beautiful skate! It seemed that they barely started skating when their program just finished.. But I really hate their lifts - her lack of extension is painful to watch.
    Last edited by Kinga; 12-08-2012 at 12:01 PM.

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    Liudmila Vlasova is a choreographer of Ilinykh/Katsalapov. But I saw her with Bazarova/Larionov now. I didn't see her name on the russians bio.

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    Pang/Tong

    128.07 (SB), total 192.81 (SB) and into 1st

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    Okay, huge score, but so totally overmarked. Whatever - still a lovely program (PCS was high, and fairly so).

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    Does Bazarova actually leave the ice on her double axels?

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    awful jumps (I can't say they they don't try to do them at the sa,e time, I think they struggle to land them), awful arms, all the rest is good. SP was a masterpiece!

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    Vera BAZAROVA / Yuri LARIONOV (RUS)

    Music: Spartacus by Aram Khatchaturian

    3T - bad unison, hers a bit shaky
    2A+2A+SEQ - she is low on the 2nd
    3FTw - high, diff entry
    3FTh
    BiDs
    FCCoSp - unison ok
    ChSq
    Li
    3LoTh
    Li
    Li
    PCoSp

    Not pretty sbs jumps, but everything else very nice and polished

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