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    Quote Originally Posted by emma View Post

    ditto and i so love watching him skate!
    First saw him in... 06 I believe... Total Paul Wylie vibe. Those spread eagles....gah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    They are linked in the forum description.
    But but but that means having to open a new tab with the US Nationals forum or go back there (and then having to go back here!). Life is so hard. :(

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    Jonathan should have had even better component scores, IMO, to be in 69 - 71 range at the least. But it's still early yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post

    But but but that means having to open a new tab with the US Nationals forum or go back there (and then having to go back here!). Life is so hard. :(
    You are adorable.

    Bolero, though, is not adorable. Sorry, Wesley.

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    Wesley Campbell
    3Z -good
    3F-2T - several turns off the flip
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    25.57 + 31.67 = 57.24 (9th through 9 skaters)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art&Sport View Post
    Jonathan should have had even better component scores, IMO, to be in 69 - 71 range at the least. But it's still early yet.
    Considering how long he's been around and hasnt upped his tech I can see why they dont score him higher... Yes i know it shouldnt work that way logically but why hold him up when his tech is less than what most did in the 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterB View Post
    Don't understand the huge gap between Johnson and Brown.
    Johnson must have had much lower levels or underrotated jumps or maybe an invalid element even.

    The protocols shall reveal all!

    Only 3 points between them on the PCS.
    Last edited by Ziggy; 01-25-2013 at 09:46 PM.

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    I am digging Weiss commentary.

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    Phillip Warren
    3F-3T - good
    3A - great height, nice spring!
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    A good debut for Mr. Warren, I'd say.

    35.37 + 31.11 = 66.48 (6th out of 10 skaters)

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    Getting closer to Adam, almost glad I can't watch it because I would just be a nervous wreck. I really want Adam to bring down the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterB View Post
    I am digging Weiss commentary.
    Is that who that is?? I've been wondering--he's great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterB View Post
    I am digging Weiss commentary.
    I think he does a great job!

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    OMG Michael Weiss is commentating.

    OMG people say it's actually good.

    I hope Sean Rabbitt can skate a clean program. He's such a fantastic performer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    Considering how long he's been around and hasnt upped his tech I can see why they dont score him higher... Yes i know it shouldnt work that way logically but why hold him up when his tech is less than what most did in the 90s.
    For what he can do component-wise it wouldn't be "holding him up," on component scores. So it seems, if you can jump, having great musicality, presentation and charisma on the ice doesn't count for much. But that's the way it's tended to be, yes.

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    Standings after Group 2
    Joshua Farris 44.07 + 34.71 = 79.78
    Max Aaron 45.49 + 33.64 = 79.13
    Richard Dornbush 40.10 + 37.56 = 77.66
    Jason Brown 38.52 + 36.53 -1 = 74.05
    Jonathan Cassar 31.67 + 35.36 = 67.03
    Phillip Warren 35.37 + 31.11 = 66.48
    Stephen Carriere 28.80 + 33.97 = 62.77
    Alexander Johnson 32.91 + 33.29 -1 = 62.20
    Harrison Choate 27.52 + 30.14 = 57.66
    Wesley Campebll 25.57 + 31.67 = 57.24

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