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    Gambatte, Max Aaron/"No letting off the gas pedal" golden411's Avatar
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    After all couples:

    1. Meryl Davis / Charlie White 79.02 --> 39.64+ 39.38 = 79.02
    2. Madison Chock / Evan Bates 70.80 --> 37.87 + 32.93 = 70.80
    3. Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani 69.63 --> 36.64 + 33.99 -1.00 = 69.63
    4. Madison Hubbell / Zachary Donohue 67.75 --> 35.35 + 32.40 = 67.75
    5. Lynn Kriengkrairut / Logan Giulietti-Schmitt 64.69 --> 33.44 + 31.25 = 64.69
    6. Anastasia Cannuscio / Colin McManus 56.33 --> 29.86 + 26.47 = 56.33
    7. Anastasia Olson / Keiffer Hubbell 54.68 --> 29.15 + 25.53 = 54.68
    8. Isabella Cannuscio / Michael Bramante 52.51 --> 27.58 + 24.93 = 52.51
    9. Alissandra Aronow / Collin Brubaker 50.35 --> 27.29 + 24.06 = 50.35
    10. Ginna Hoptman / Pavel Filchenkov 47.03 --> 24.14 + 22.89 = 47.03
    11. Danielle Gamelin/ Alexander Gamelin 45.76 --> 23.36 + 22.40 = 45.76
    12. Kristen Nardozzi / Nick Traxler 41.87 --> 20.44 + 23.43 = 41.87
    13. Taylor Tran / Sam Kaplun 39.51 --> 9.51 + 20.14 = 39.51
    14. Kseniya Ponomaryova / Oleg Altukhov 30.06 --> 14.36 + 15.70 = 30.06
    15. Katie Donaldson/ Brock Jacobs 23.72 --> 11.10 + 12.62 = 23.72


    As Mrs. P observed: the Shibs had an extended lift, which was the source of their deduction.

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    Wow for C/B very happy for them. I thought for sure the Shibs would be in second place. Very close between the 2nd and fourth place finishers,
    anything can happen in the FD.

    Meryl and Charlie what can I say, sounds like they skated a beautiful SD.

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    Good news from ‏@Z_Donohue:
    All is well after collision with Logan. A fire is lit in me for tomorrow's free. "I will not bow, I will not break"!!! Time to go big!!
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    Looks like a lot of level 4s according to the protocols- has everyone improved that greatly since the GP circuit, or were they generally lenient tech callers this time?

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    I think maybe the Shibs need to break up and find other partners. They are limited to what they can skate too. Plus Maia needs to go beyond portraying herself as the wholesome niceness princess and take some chances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    I think maybe the Shibs need to break up and find other partners. They are limited to what they can skate too.
    I think they'd do worse with other partners. It's not like they've done badly; they have a world bronze medal! And they aren't doomed to third place, a lot can happen in the FD, and even if they do get third they're still going to Worlds..

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    Shibs as I suspected aren't Guaranteed silver, might get bronze or off the podium with H/B taking bronze
    surprised by C/B in 2nd

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_idealist View Post
    I think they'd do worse with other partners. It's not like they've done badly; they have a world bronze medal! And they aren't doomed to third place, a lot can happen in the FD, and even if they do get third they're still going to Worlds..
    This!

    Like I said earlier scores for teams 2-4 are very close. Anyone of these teams could win Silver. Cuz the Gold is spoken for.
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    I am so dissapointed Hubbel & Donahue are 4th. They are my favorite U.S dance team and they arent going to Worlds. I knew the Shibutanis did not have a lock on 2nd place this year. They were going to challenged for that spot. They arent in strong enough standing internationally now to be a lock over other teams capable of top 10 at Worlds (which is all the Shibutanis are capable of these days as well).

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    I hope the Shibutani's are knocked off the podium. Just too boring and their stock is only declining Internationally anyway. Alex needs a new partner. Maia on the other hand, sorry she is just not that good.

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    Ah, the discussion is balanced now.

    So now it's gloom and doom to get level 4 on all but one element as well as get the second highest grade of execution and PCS of this segment....?

    As I said, the other teams have gotten better, which is a good thing. It's good that that U.S. Dance has several contenders to help keep three spots for ice dance. That's a much better situation than the other disciplines where we have to guess who will come through on any given night.

    The FD is going to be great! I actually like the FD of all the top couples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackswanphoto View Post
    I hope the Shibutani's are knocked off the podium. Just too boring and their stock is only declining Internationally anyway. Alex needs a new partner. Maia on the other hand, sorry she is just not that good.
    didn't she hold him up in CO last year at 4CC? seems to me they're well matched.

    They don't need new partners - they need a new coach. Either Igor or someone entirely new. Zoueva has no time for them.

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    I hope that the Shibs go back to Igor. They are technically wonderful and if they continue with that I think the artistic piece could fall into place.

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    Hubbell & Donahue will probably split after missing the World team this year. So sad. Couldnt care less about the Shibutanis one way or the other so dont care what they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    didn't she hold him up in CO last year at 4CC? seems to me they're well matched.

    They don't need new partners - they need a new coach. Either Igor or someone entirely new. Zoueva has no time for them.
    I think they would benefit great going to Igor, not just for the tech, but I would love to see what Marina Klimova could do with them. I really like her coaching style.

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