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    Apparently he landed both his quads and his 3Axels. He really brought it when he needed it the most. How can anyone skate after his performance I don't know and I am nervous already for Yuzuru

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    Yay! I hate that there is still Ladies Short on Fuji. Come on! I want the men live!

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    !!!!!!!!!! 97 tes 96 pcs?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaiKatze View Post
    Yay! I hate that there is still Ladies Short on Fuji. Come on! I want the men live!
    Akiko interview right now. :sigh:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitterpatter View Post
    !!!!!!!!!! 97 tes 96 pcs?????
    That is what I read on another forum, I am not watching the competition. His LP score is 192.36 for sure: http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/channe...ow/winter/1460

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    Quote Originally Posted by os168 View Post
    I never consider PCS can be accurately read as 1 absolute number in its 'mean' format, but prefer to look at them as a whole between upper tier and lower tier. More as as flashpoints/impressions while taking factors and variables such as where they are competing, who are their competitors, who's marking them, what the skaters did on the day, what was skater did at their last competition, what the skater's future the federation are pushing for, and how important is that competition. Momentum building is a funny thing, and having home events always helps.
    I agree with this view. In fact I've been checking the "standard deviations" of the PCS scores (excl highest and lowest) of some of the skaters in the GPS and noted interesting phenomena. For example, Zijun at NHK had a very high SD, while Mirai's was relatively low. At the JP nationals, Kozuka's PCS's across various judges have very little variation while Hanyu's are more varied. Since JP Nationals are free of nationality bias, the main factor accounting for the differences in SD may be to do with the extent to which the judges take account of the future potential (or past achievement) of the skater. The relatively uniform PCS scores across judges Mirai got at NHK may be because judges are not expecting much from her and therefore judged on what they actually saw while the relatively high variation amonst judges with respect to Zijun's PCS's may be because some judges valued her potential highly. I wish I could devote more time to this analysis but I haven't got time so, so far I have done it with only about 10 skates. But, my working hypothesis is as follows:
    - Up and coming skaters tend to have more variation amongst judges in PCS
    - Non controversial skaters tend to have more uniform PCS
    (when I talk about variability, I only refer to PCS horizontally not vertically in the score sheets, ie variability amonst judges, not variability within PCS items of one judge)
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    Kozuka is in the 4th place.

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    omg... and Mura beats Kozuka. What the heck is going on!

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    Mura is going to medal. This is crazy.
    I wanna cry for Nobu and Kozu

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    I knew it. This is so heartbreaking. And nice for Mura.

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    I'm still reeling over the 192 score... how on earth. thats 4 pts higher than Patrick's WR

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    OMG!!! Yuzuru won!!!

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    Men final standings

    1 羽生結弦 Yuzuru Hanyu 97.68 187.55 285.23
    2 高橋大輔 Daisuke Takahashi 88.04 192.36 280.40
    3 無良崇人 Takahito Mura 84.48 158.22 242.70
    4 織田信成 Nobunari Oda 80.75 159.81 240.56
    5 小塚崇彦 Takahiko Kozuka 84.58 143.98 228.56
    6 中村健人 Kento Nakamura 76.54 150.10 226.64
    7 田中刑事 Keiji Tanaka 62.54 145.98 208.52
    8 佐々木彰生 Akio Sasaki 74.92 133.60 208.52
    9 町田樹 Tatsuki Machida 68.48 137.69 206.17
    10 日野龍樹 Ryuju Hino 68.28 134.02 202.30
    11 宇野昌磨 Shoma Uno 67.56 131.47 199.03
    12 木原龍一 Ryuichi Kihara 58.07 126.07 184.14
    13 郡山智之 Tomoyuki Koriyama 55.87 112.22 168.09
    14 本田太一 Taichi Honda 55.58 110.20 165.78
    15 吉田行宏 Yukihiro Yoshida 53.02 109.40 162.42
    16 坪井遥司 Yoji Tsuboi 54.40 106.41 160.81
    17 川原星 Sei Kawahara 52.10 103.26 155.36
    18 磯崎大介 Daisuke Isozaki 52.92 101.41 154.33
    19 山田耕新 Koshin Yamada 50.41 103.36 153.77
    20 服部瑛貴 Eiki Hattori 51.03 102.02 153.05
    21 小沼祐太 Yuta Onuma 48.33 103.99 152.32
    22 野添紘介 Kosuke Nozoe 55.94 87.74 143.68
    23 松村成 Jo Matsumura 47.55 89.59 137.14
    24 木村真人 Masato Kimura 42.66 76.73 119.39

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    Kind of expected it. Beating Yuzuru, from this day on, will be a hell of a task. Good Luck.

    ....Daisuke.... But he gave his all that's the most important thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaiKatze View Post
    Kind of expected it. Beating Yuzuru, from this day on, will be a hell of a task. Good Luck.

    ....Daisuke.... But he gave his all that's the most important thing.
    I am amazed he kept it together after Daisuke's performance. I really want to see both programs
    Daisuke still won the LP. He is not going down easily

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