Ouch, that looks terrible. Crazy how he was able to do a triple jump before leaving the ice with his shoulder like that
Originally Posted by starryxskies
Thanks for the clarification, luckykid. I'm guessing the drawing is done in ranked groups or something more conventional like that.
This is going to be exciting! Didn't realize it was this weekend :O
Originally Posted by FSGMT
SP starting order
1 Tomoyuki Koriyama
2 Eiki Hattori
3 Keiji Tanaka
4 Yuta Onuma
5 Masato Kimura
6 Sei Kawahara
7 Daisuke Isozaki
8 Kosuke Nozoe
9 Ryuju Hino
10 Jo Matsumura
11 Taichi Honda
12 Ryoichi Eguchi
13 Shoma Uno
14 Ryo Norimatsu
15 Koshin Yamada
16 Masaki Kondo
17 Takahito Mura
18 Kento Nakamura
19 Akio Sasaki
20 Nobunari Oda
21 Takahiko Kozuka
22 Ryuichi Kihara
23 Yukihiro Yoshida
24 Yuki Horinouchi
25 Tatsuki Machida
26 Daisuke Takahashi
27 Yoji Tsuboi
28 Yuzuru Hanyu
Dai's and Mao's practice: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Un01GRhorGg
Various media and sources have published their views and rating of this and that skater. Here's the stuff that IFS suggest: http://www.ifsmagazine.com/polls/20-...nese-nationals
Cutting Edge 2013 Fan Book came up with their rating of the Skater #1:Dai, #2:Yuzu, #3:Kozuka, #4:Oda, #5:Machida, #6:Mura, #7:Murakami (withdrew), #8:Nakamura, #9:Tanaka, #10:Hino, #11:Shoma http://twitpic.com/e/2ksj
Anyway, the final result will show up here:
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Welcome to Golden Skate!
Originally Posted by Eislauf
let's talk, thanks for the English Results link.
During tonight's sport news on TV, Shizuka who attended the official practice says that Nobunari was in the best condition among the top six boys.
And I would agree, 'cause in that short news video clip, Nobu landed gorgeous 4T-3T like nothing! Yuzu also landed 4T and 4S effortlessly, with his usual great flow on its landings. Dai hit 4T and 4T-2T, too, but both with a bit shaky landings.
Thanks let's talk for all the links!
Hmm...interesting, I do think Oda will be the underdog. So many people/everyone has dismissed him and I think he's definitely used this to his advantage by being motivated all the more to prove us wrong. But might not be enough. Although I do wish for another 3bros world team, Yuzu ain't gonna let that happen.
This is so absolutely nerve wrecking. Even though Daisuke is my favourite, I want them all to do well. I almost can't stand the tension. I'm so excited and at the same time scared. The pressure is high for this and I feel bad for those who will miss out already.
So the SP is at 4:50 Japan time Friday, which would be 11:50 p.m. Pacific time. Which means by the time I wake up tomorrow, the SP would have happened! Crazy. Can't wait to see everything unfold.
Not going to. :P With 28 (27 with Murakami's WD?) men skating, that's going to take 4 hours to watch. Can't stay up that late!
Originally Posted by Butterscotch17
Men SP Live results
Short Dance rsults
1 Reed/Reed 53.41
2 Oi/Mizutani 42.12
3 Hirai/De la Asuncion 42.00
4 Komatsubara/Tsuji 34.27
It's started!!! I am only follwoing the live results, the same link as NMURA's, until live broadcast on TV starts at 7pm, but I am so nervous...already ><
So far, Keiji Tanaka is in the lead with the score 62.54.
Good luck to every boy! And may the best man wins!!!
First 2 groups
1 日野龍樹 Ryuju Hino 68.28 3A 3Lz-3T 3F
2 田中刑事 Keiji Tanaka 62.54 3A hand 3Lz 3F-2T
3 野添紘介 Kosuke Nozoe 55.94 3Lz-2T 3A 3F
4 郡山智之 Tomoyuki Koriyama 55.87 3Lo 3T-3T 2A
5 磯崎大介 Daisuke Isozaki 52.92 3Lo 3T-2T 2A
6 川原星 Sei Kawahara 52.10 2A 3Lz-3T stepout 3Lo StSq fall
7 服部瑛貴 Eiki Hattori 51.03 3Lo 3T-2T 2A stepout
8 小沼祐太 Yuta Onuma 48.33 3Lz fall 3S-2T 2A
9 松村成 Jo Matsumura 47.55 3Lz-2T 3T 2A
10 木村真人 Masato Kimura 42.66 2A 3S-2Lo 3T