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    Quote Originally Posted by Mao88 View Post
    PAIRS FREE SKATE - RESULT & VIDEOS

    3. Lina FEDOROVA & Maxim MIROSHKIN (RUS) - 154.57 Free Skate
    love them , agree with the commentators loads of personality on the ice
    hope to see even better programs next JGP season from Lina and Maksim

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    PAIRS FREE SKATE - RESULT & VIDEOS (Updated)

    1. Haven DENNEY & Brandon FRAZIER (USA) - 155.83 Free Skate
    2. Margaret PURDY & Michael MARINARO (CAN) - 154.70 Free Skate
    3. Lina FEDOROVA & Maxim MIROSHKIN (RUS) - 154.57 Free Skate
    4. Xiaoyu YU & Yang JIN (CHN) - 151.47 Free Skate
    5. Evgenia TARASOVA & Vladimir MOROZOV (RUS) - 148.74 Free Skate
    6. Brittany JONES & Ian BEHARRY (CAN) - 147.97 Free Skate
    7. Annabelle PRÖLSS & Ruben BLOMMAERT (GER) - 147.83 Free Skate
    8. Kamilla GAINETDINOVA & Ivan BICH (RUS) - 135.61 Free Skate
    9. Jessica CALALANG & Zack SIDHU (USA) - 133.01 Free Skate
    10. Britney SIMPSON & Matthew BLACKMER (USA) - 121.51 Free Skate
    11. Hayleigh BELL & Alistair SYLVESTER (CAN) - 120.75
    12. Meiyi LI & Bo JIANG (CHN) - 116.92
    13. Giulia FORESTI & Leo Luca SFORZA (ITA) - 113.48
    14. Julia LAVRENTIEVA & Yuri RUDYK (UKR) - 113.00
    15. Marcelina LECH & Jakub TYC (POL) - 103.64
    16. Rachel EPSTEIN & Dmitry EPSTEIN (NED) - 91.31
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    Denney / Frazier have to move up to Seniors, as Brandon is 20 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Denney / Frazier have to move up to Seniors, as Brandon is 20 now.
    but inst the men age limit 21 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    but inst the men age limit 21 ?
    It is so depends when his birthday falls.

    They are reducing the Men's age limit from next season though, aren't they? Or does that come into effect in the post-Olympic season?

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    A surprising result. I taught the Chinese were going to win this at a canter but it didn't work out that way. They had a rough time on the SBS jumps and got some lower levels, they were rightly marked down on PCS. Would never have said a US/Canada/Russia podium. F/M definitely threw away the gold with their subpar performance in the short, I feel they were a little marked down in the PCS they could maybe have sneaked the gold with their free programme.

    It was a great performance by D/F to win the gold, two good strong performances but I feel they tend to rush everything. I like the Canadian couple, I'm not sure what is their long tem future as they are very close in height but they have a very mature style, they are nice to watch however I didn't think there lifts were the strongest. It was a better than expected performance from T/M, they had the highest base value (50.67) but after the GOE they dropped to 5th. Hopefully they will built on this for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    It is so depends when his birthday falls.

    They are reducing the Men's age limit from next season though, aren't they? Or does that come into effect in the post-Olympic season?
    I think all those new rules will only be implemented post Olympics
    bu I guess D/F could go Seniors next season to fill the gap in US Pairs Seniors skaters maybe try a shot for a team in the Olympics

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    I'm sure it would be a blast for both Haven & Caydee to be in the Olympics at the same time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I'm sure it would be a blast for both Haven & Caydee to be in the Olympics at the same time!
    But if US just get two spots in the Worlds, they may not have a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by viviabond View Post
    But if US just get two spots in the Worlds, they may not have a chance
    Castelli and Shnapir are US champs, they are a good team but Denney and Frazier are nearly as good based on what we saw here, by next season they might be able to place ahead of C/S at Nationals and S/K, Z/B too. Plus with US pairs these days who knows who will still be together come Nationals next year

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    One never knows. Really, one would have expected a Russian, Chinese or Canadian team to win here. Pairs is the most unpredictable of disciplines.

    I'm hoping C&S will land their quad salchow throw at Worlds & that they will have a super Worlds debut (helped by some slips among the usual teams ahead of them), and they'll finish sixth & seventh & earn 3 spots.

    But I don't expect it.

    OTOH, I really like C&S, particularly their choreo for their SP from Julie Marcotte, who also did a great job with Haven & Brandon's choreo. I'd love to see them at the Olympics, too.

    And it's nice to have a team from FL (Denney & Frazier) and one from Boston (Castelli & Shnapir) for a change on the international scene rather than Colorado Springs, because all the Sappenfield choreo looks the same to me.

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    Surprising results! I must admit I kind of hoped F/M would have won but this is from a fan point of view. There is something very lovable about Lina. I didn't expect them to fight back as well as they did but they proved me wrong. I think it'a good result for them considering the pressure, the expectations and their age. All the couples who were considered favorites for the podium faltered a bit, the winners looked to have fun out there without any kind of expectation(maybe they had but they certainly didn't show any sign of pressure). I hope they keep the same spirit as they'll progress as a couple, pairs figure skating needs some level of excitement and there is plenty in this team.
    The results were fair and the Americans were overall the best. I liked their SP the most. The Canadians are the most elegant junior pair out there on the ice. Felt that the Chinese pair and the German one (particularly them) were a bit underscored. I try to like Tarasova/Morozov but as amazing as their names are, the skating is very dull. Hope D/D and the other couple who got third in JGPF come back strong next year.

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    I agreee that Annabelle Prölß & Ruben Blommaert of Germany were underscored. Since both are very competent singles skaters, I'm hoping they will continue to do well.

    I hope she doesn't grow any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I agreee that Annabelle Prölß & Ruben Blommaert of Germany were underscored. Since both are very competent singles skaters, I'm hoping they will continue to do well.

    I hope she doesn't grow any more.
    Anabelle is only 13 right ? she still might grow like Vasilisa

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    She might. Or not.

    I was as tall as I ever got as 12. Zhang Dan grew in her 20's.

    All you can do is cross your fingers & wait.

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