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    2013 Canadian Nats Senior FD

    1st warm-up group
    1 Mélissande Dumas / David Mackay Perry
    2 Larissa Van As / Troy Shindle
    3 Andréanne Poulin / Marc-André Servant
    4 Élisabeth Paradis / François-Xavier Ouellette

    2nd warm-up group
    5 Kharis Ralph / Asher Hill
    6 Nicole Orford / Thomas Williams
    7 Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam
    8 Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier
    9 Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir

    Live results: http://results.skatecanada.ca/result...ance&strlang=E

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    Ralph/Hill will place at least within the top five overall.

    With two couples left to skate, the rankings (for combined SD/FD scores) are:
    • Orford/Williams
    • Paul/Islam [ who fell during FD ]
    • Ralph/Hill
    Last edited by golden411icecoverage; 01-20-2013 at 02:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    Ralph/Hill will place at least within the top five overall.

    With two couples left to skate, the rankings (for combined SD/FD scores) are:
    • Orford/Williams
    • Paul/Islam [ who fell during SD ]
    • Ralph/Hill
    Too bad about the fall for P/I - it's starting to be a tough year for the Detroit Skating Club...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyhey View Post
    Too bad about the fall for P/I - it's starting to be a tough year for the Detroit Skating Club...
    Sorry, I originally had a typo in my post above. Erroneously typed that Paul/Islam's fall was in SD. Have gone back and corrected it to FD.

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    G/P just scored 101 in their FD. Their SB internationally is 88.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    G/P just scored 101 in their FD. Their SB internationally is 88.
    Wow, they must have had the skate of their careers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    G/P just scored 101 in their FD. Their SB internationally is 88.
    Mrs. P - that it quite a jump...oh well...like previous posters have said - it doesn't help the skaters when there is that much home inflation - cuz at 4CCs and worlds - reality sets back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    Ralph/Hill will place at least within the top five overall.

    With two couples left to skate, the rankings (for combined SD/FD scores) are:
    • Orford/Williams
    • Paul/Islam [ who fell during FD ]
    • Ralph/Hill
    I hope they keep six spots on the National team (with one for W/P) so R/H can still be on the national team. I've always liked them.

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    Get back on topic folks. Consider this the warning. If the insults continue we will have to issue formal infractions. Let's get along or move on.

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    Their is a lot of talk here about Piper's skating ability what about Williams skating ability, Orford is certainly the stronger in that team. His skating will
    not earn them much on the world stage.

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    I agree, I also think Orford would be great with Poirier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade View Post
    Their is a lot of talk here about Piper's skating ability what about Williams skating ability, Orford is certainly the stronger in that team. His skating will
    not earn them much on the world stage.
    I love that Piper and Paul are such great friends, and clearly enjoy skating together. They can fix those basics if they spend the time on it, and don't just focus on tricks. Weaver/Poje needed to take a few years to find their connection and grow their skills together. Or, jumping on another thread where Piper and Rudy were goofing around with pairs skating, Paul is a good singles skater. Maybe they could give the pairs teams a run for their money. They'd make a great pairs team. They have the energy, the focus on the tricks, the crazy/silly personalities, etc.

    But I have to confess that I have thought of Nicole and Paul being a much better match in dance. I'm pretty sure Paul would have to go to Vancouver though, which would be good, but I don't think would ever happen.

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    Orford is certainly the stronger in that team.
    Totally disagree on this. I think he's very good also (not just her).

    Breaking up a team that has already been very successful, and that seem to get along very well, would be just silly.

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