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    2013 US Nationals Junior Men SP

    For anyone who wants to comment.

    Watching Vincent Zhou now. It looks like he's grown a bit taller since last year! But lovely program. Love the 3F with the tano!
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    And someone gave Vincent a cute Sorcerer's Apprentice hat!!

    ETA:

    He did 2A, 3Z-3T and 3F (with tano).

    And he's into second.

    (I miss Omori's performance; it must've been great!)
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    Jordan Moeller was quite impressive! He trains with Jason Brown in Illinois. Love that he ended with a 2A! He's in fourth despite a botched combo.

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    Aw, Chen had a freak fall after footwork. I think the injury is still affecting him. Still a lovely program.

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    Unfortunately, Chan won't win.

    However, I still think that he is the US men's best hope for Sochi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reginald View Post
    Unfortunately, Chan won't win.

    However, I still think that he is the US men's best hope for Sochi.
    You are kidding right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reginald View Post
    Unfortunately, Chan won't win.

    However, I still think that he is the US men's best hope for Sochi.
    I believe he's too young for Sochi. He was born in May 5, 1999. (You have to be 15 by July 1, 2013 to qualify, which means you have to have been born by June 30, 1998).

    Which is just as well because if he has Osgood Schlatters, he's better off recovering for 2018.

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