I agree that there isn't that much consistency in U.S. disciplines except dance so in this case I would choose the one that has the pcs...but that's just me.
Thanx for videos, I was now able to see the ones I missed.
Han is still young, posture is the first that needs to improve, plus presentation and choreo. 'But his jumps are so huge. And lovely flow.
Oy. US Men are 9th and 10th without Chan, Fernandez, and the rest of the Europeans?? I'll wait until the FS to pass judgment, but this competition does not bode well for Aaron and Miner's quest to get 3 spots for Sochi. Yikes.
[QUOTE Anyway whoever goes Song or Yan I really hope gets into the top 10 and secure two spots.[/QUOTE]
You are thinking exactly what I am thinking:-) but I think Song is more likely to be sent to Worlds. Overall, this competition is far more exciting than I expected.
Kevin Reynolds URd both his quads and his 3a was messy; he got -GOE on all three jumps.
He's had that same SP for about 3 years now. He should be performing it better and better.