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    Lipnitskaia's villain superpower is making you cringe to death by flashing her crotch repeatedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    ^ Osmond is too big even now, at the age of 17. Next season she might reach Flatt size and the rest you know.
    Don't understand your comment. Osmond looks gorgeous. She looks like a woman and not a girl. Here's a nice photo http://www.cbc.ca/sports/figureskati...re-worlds.html

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    I have to say with all these tiny jumps we saw from some of the top girls i'm not sure how far they can go in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    I have to say with all these tiny jumps we saw from some of the top girls i'm not sure how far they can go in the future.
    I agree.

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    Never know if they will have the same jumps in a few years. Very talented girls though.

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    Sometimes though you can tell even at 13, 14. For instance i don't see Miyahara ever having decent sized jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    Sometimes though you can tell even at 13, 14. For instance i don't see Miyahara ever having decent sized jumps.
    Miyahara is already getting UR's

    Julia and Elena are almost equal on jumps, but I'd be more worried about Elena's, Julia she has grown and her jumps have gotten bigger ,
    her 2A is still terrible though and she is getting e calls on her flips
    Liza and Adelina though had bigger jumps than these two when they were juniors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Miyahara is already getting UR's

    Julia and Elena are almost equal on jumps, but I'd be more worried about Elena's, Julia she has grown and her jumps have gotten bigger ,
    her 2A is still terrible though and she is getting e calls on her flips
    Liza and Adelina though had bigger jumps than these two when they were juniors.
    But you can never tell: Adelina's jumps were really more stable than Liza's when they were Juniors, now it's the opposite... I'm personally more worried about Julia's jumps, because of her wrong axel and lutz technique:as we saw in this SP, if the landing of the first jumps is not perfect, she isn't able to add a clean combo, and she has problems with her double jumps, they have really poor quality, so, if she lands a 3-3, she gets high GOE, but she is able to land either a 3-3 or a 3-1, not a good 3-2 instead of the 3-3, and that's risky...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    But you can never tell: Adelina's jumps were really more stable than Liza's when they were Juniors, now it's the opposite... I'm personally more worried about Julia's jumps, because of her wrong axel and lutz technique:as we saw in this SP, if the landing of the first jumps is not perfect, she isn't able to add a clean combo, and she has problems with her double jumps, they have really poor quality, so, if she lands a 3-3, she gets high GOE, but she is able to land either a 3-3 or a 3-1, not a good 3-2 instead of the 3-3, and that's risky...
    Julia said in her interviews its all or nothing on 3-3 because doing double jumps is hard for her

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    Julia's triple jumps are much better than her doubles-is she interested in learning 3A? I think her 3A might be better than her 2A

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Julia said in her interviews its all or nothing on 3-3 because doing double jumps is hard for her
    Yes, this was what I tried to explain in my weak English!

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    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - RESULT & VIDEOS (Updated)

    1. Samantha CESARIO (USA) - 54.69 Short Program
    2. Anna POGORILAYA (RUS) - 53.98 Short Program
    3. Courtney HICKS (USA) - 53.98 Short Program
    4. Julia LIPNITSKAYA (RUS) - 53.86 Short Program
    5. Elena RADIONOVA (RUS) - 53.48 Short Program
    6. Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN) - 52.16 Short Program
    7. Rika HONGO (JPN) - 52.15 Short Program
    8. Gabrielle DALEMAN (CAN) - 50.70 Short Program
    9. Laurine LECAVELIER (FRA) - 50.43 Short Program
    10. Nathalie WEINZIERL (GER) - 49.97 Short Program
    11. Hae Jin KIM (KOR) - 49.26 Short Program
    12. Alaine CHARTRAND (CAN) - 48.14 Short Program
    13. Yasmin SIRAJ (USA) - 47.65 Short Program
    14. So Youn PARK (KOR) - 47.24 Short Program
    15. Brooklee HAN (AUS) - 47.20 Short Program

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    WOW! The top SEVEN are all within three points.

    A virtual 7-way tie heading into the long program!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vera01 View Post
    Julia's triple jumps are much better than her doubles-is she interested in learning 3A? I think her 3A might be better than her 2A
    She's said no, that if she's going to go for something it's a quad I think it was actually at the interview after the short in the World Juniors last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    I have to say with all these tiny jumps we saw from some of the top girls i'm not sure how far they can go in the future.
    They are tiny. Obviously they don't have a lot of power in their skating and aren't capable of getting a lot of elevation on their jumps yet.

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