Protocols are up. Jason Brown didn't get a single negative GOE from any judge. Even positive GOE on his solo 3A. The boy CAN do it!
Samarin and kolyada add up to 14 - too bad! almost at three - you can Blame kolyada sp or fall or Samarin for no 3a.
And yes, Farris fell on the 4T.
I think we can now offically say that he's got it.
Originally Posted by bigsisjiejie
The pesky "e" showed up for Josh again.
The American men really brought it all today! And congrats to Martinez for improving 10 places from last year!
Kolyada didn't prove nothing because he fell and didn't get Top 5 so No 3 spots for Russia ??? Samarin skated clean throughout but again hampered by no 3A
Originally Posted by Mirunna
Kolyada is a headcase like Adelina, I will admit I'm shocked he didn't get a 145+ score, I already calculated 3 falls in his LP
congrats for the US boys medal sweep !!!!!
Last edited by sky_fly20; 03-02-2013 at 11:33 AM.
Actually Canada will only get 1 slot in 6 of the 7 JGP events next year as skaters from 6 different countries ( US , China , Philipines , Russia, Japan , Germany ) finished ahead of Nam. Canada barely managed to salvage 2 JW spots next season as if Nam finished any lower Canada would be down to 1 JW entry next year.
Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue
These are the allocation rules for singles and dance ( unless the ISU decides to change them again )
The top 3 countries get 2 slots in each JGP.
Countries 4 - 6 are guaranteed 1 slot in each JGP. ( Countries 4 and 5 do get a chance to fill any unused slots up to 2 entries per JGP )
Countries 7 - 12 get 1 slot in 6 of the 7 events.
Home countries always get 3 entries in the event they are hosting.
It is likely that Russia will get 14 slots despite finishing as the 4th highest country as it is unlikely that the Phillipines will use all of their slots. Japan will probably pick up a few spots too.
Did Josh set a WR for JWC with his score? Seems very high. I know Rippon and Yan got 222 before but I don't recall anyone going over 228.
yes a new Junior World Records for the junior men previously set by Yan
Originally Posted by silverlake22
Kokyada went up the standings and Samarin went down and his only mistake was a a stepout on a 3s but goes to show he must have higher pcs and kloyada must have higher pcs but how is pcs increased to a where both and all Russian men don't have very bad pcs most of the time. It never helps it's always lagging.
No but this link is showing Josh and Jason in a couple minutes. http://188.8.131.52/b00ha/20130129/v...56-493131.html
who cares if Kolyada has a 3A , he fell !
Originally Posted by gmyers
Samarin is a stable skater when he gets a 3A his score and pcs will be better same for Petrov
hope they send Petrov next season with Samarin, he can score a close 200+ now with a 3A.
ISU, stop promoting 2-foot skating!
sky_fly20 - Just admit you were wrong. Kolyada was 6th and was the highest placed Russian man here.
Jason: He skated such an incredible program, I loved it! I hope Joshua, Kovtun and Yan will be definitely Seniors next season so he can win everything because he really has it all! 73 PCS? I think he deserved A LOT more, if some of the top Senior Men skated this program even worse than how he did, they would get 80+...