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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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    Harrison Choate
    3Z-2T -- he does three turns into the 2T.
    3F - holds on
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    2A
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    step
    spin

    Not his best effort (his words: "That was tragic!" said in a good humored way), but he had fun in the step sequence at least and he does have some cool transitions.
    Choate is being a riot in the K&C.

    27.52 + 30.14 = 57.66 (6th out of 6 skaters)

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    Anyone else having issues with the IN feed? It's most likely my craptastique internet and computer but figured I would ask.

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    Tough skate for Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeakAnkles View Post
    Why don't more skaters utilize the abundant talents of Tom Wilson? Lovely, interesting choreography.
    Tom Dickson, but you've probably already been corrected. Tom has choreographed for Matt Savoie, Jeremy Abbott, of course, Alex Johnson, and Ross Miner (this season). I'm sure that's only a few of many. I don't know who he might have done choreography for internationally.

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    Stephen Carriere

    3A- two foot, wonky landing
    3L - quad was planned?
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    3Z-2T (tano)
    spin
    step
    spin

    Not his best effort. But I love the quality of his skating and he has good speed; I'm glad he's still around.

    28.80 +33.97 = 62.77 (6th out of 7 skaters)

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    ^I love the quality of his skating too; sorry he didn't have a better skate.

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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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    Cassar rocked the house

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    Gah! Love Johnathan, wish he was as awesome in the air as on the ice. I agree with Mike best program so far, but without a 3A it won't matter. Such a bummer.

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    LongTimeLurker you didn't link the results in your OP and now I have to go on google to find them. Tsk tsk. #firstworldproblems

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    Jonathan Cassar
    3Z-3T- good
    2A - cool spread eagle into it
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    3L
    spin
    step
    spin

    LOVED that deep inside spread eagle in the end -- Jonathan's spread eagles are the best in the biz! Don't care how he ranks -- he is a lovely skater that has lots of nice moments.

    31.67 + 35.36 =67.03 (5th out of 8 skaters). Boos from the audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    LongTimeLurker you didn't link the results in your OP and now I have to go on google to find them. Tsk tsk. #firstworldproblems
    They are linked in the forum description.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    Gah! Love Johnathan, wish he was as awesome in the air as on the ice. I agree with Mike best program so far, but without a 3A it won't matter. Such a bummer.
    ditto and i so love watching him skate!

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