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    2013 US Nationals Senior Mens SP

    Looks like this should be starting shortly!

    Starting Order:

    1 Max Aaron, Broadmoor SC
    2 Joshua Farris, Broadmoor SC
    3 Richard Dornbush, All Year FSC
    4 Jason Brown, Skokie Valley SC
    5 Alexander Johnson, Broadmoor SC
    6 Harrison Choate, SC Of Boston
    7 Stephen Carriere, SC Of Boston
    8 Jonathan Cassar, All Year FSC
    9 Wesley Campbell, Colonial FSC
    10 Philip Warren, All Year FSC
    11 Armin Mahbanoozadeh, Washington FSC
    12 Adam Rippon, SC of New York
    13 Sean Rabbitt, Glacier Falls FSC
    14 Keegan Messing, Alaska Assoc of Figure Skaters
    15 Douglas Razzano, Coyotes SC of Arizona
    16 William Brewster, Detroit SC
    17 Brandon Mroz, Broadmoor SC
    18 Jeremy Abbott, Detroit SC
    19 Ross Miner, SC Of Boston
    20 Grant Hochstein, SC of New York
    EW Evan Lysacek, DuPage FSC

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    LOL, they're playing the theme song to Rocky ...

    Good Luck Guys!!! Go to Battle! Do Your Best All!

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    OMG! I'm so nervous!

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    BLAH! I have to wait forever for Keegan's skate! LOL

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    I predict this will be tense, who will bring it and who will slip out of contention? Getting nervous!

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    Good for Max. Though I think he needs to use the music more. And what is with everyone falling out of spins. ladies last night and he lost it at the end... so weird.

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    Max Arron

    4S-3T HUGE, upon reply might be UR on 3T.
    3Z - nice flow out
    flying camel spin
    3A - huge, holds on to landing
    sit spin
    step
    combo spin - slight error

    Great start!

    45.49 + 33.64= 79.13 And into first, obviously!

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    My computer just crashed on me. Too much pressure to show nationals maybe? hope i can get her running in time so i dont miss much.

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    This second group will be a big letdown after that first group. So much talent in group 1.

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    Christina Gao and Agnes Zawadski is watching! http://instagram.com/p/U7fE4bJjQh/

    Love Christina's glasses!

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    Why don't more skaters utilize the abundant talents of Tom Wilson? Lovely, interesting choreography.

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    Thank you for the PBP, Mrs. P! It's much appreciated. :-)

    Never thought I'd wish I was in Nebraska during the winter....

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    Don't understand the huge gap between Johnson and Brown.

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    Tough skate for Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterB View Post
    Don't understand the huge gap between Johnson and Brown.
    Buzz, reputation; accomplishments on the junior level which led to the buzz for Brown. Alex is definitely a wonderful skater, though, but maybe not as consistent as Jason. Plus, few men in either juniors or seniors can match Jason's deep edges, musicality, charisma and unique style on the ice.

    Most of the U.S. guys just need the opportunity to develop more on the World stage which has been impossible because of the way the sport is constructed, and the depth of talent among U.S. men.

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