2013 Worlds-Men SP
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Warm-Up Group 1
1 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV KAZ
2 Jorik HENDRICKX BEL
3 Kim LUCINE MON
4 Christopher CALUZA PHI
5 Viktor PFEIFER AUT
Warm-Up Group 2
6 Pavel IGNATENKO BLR
7 Andrei ROGOZINE CAN
8 Yakov GODOROZHA UKR
9 Alexei BYCHENKO ISR
10 Paolo BACCHINI ITA
11 Paul Bonifacio PARKINSON ITA
Warm-Up Group 3
12 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL
13 Ronald LAM HKG
14 Jin Seo KIM KOR
15 Zoltan KELEMEN ROU
16 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST
17 Justus STRID DEN
Warm-Up Group 4
18 Alexander MAJOROV SWE
19 Peter LIEBERS GER
20 Maxim KOVTUN RUS
21 Max AARON USA
22 Misha GE UZB
23 Nan SONG CHN
Warm-Up Group 5
24 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP
25 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN
26 Brian JOUBERT FRA
27 Florent AMODIO FRA
28 Tomas VERNER CZE
29 Takahito MURA JPN
Warm-Up Group 6
30 Michal BREZINA CZE
31 Yuzuru HANYU JPN
32 Denis TEN KAZ
33 Daisuke TAKAHASHI JPN
34 Patrick CHAN CAN
35 Ross MINER USA
Last edited by dorispulaski; 03-12-2013 at 03:31 PM.
I see Ross is skating last and after Patrick? Hope he holds up under the pressure!
On the Ice
Go Daisuke!!!! Also best of luck to Brian and Javier and Max! Hope everyone hasa great competition! I'm expecting in the 90's for the top short program scores, because I think this is going to be a great competition! Time to start getting nervous for your favorites...
Nervous for my favorites? At this moment, I'm nervous for everyone! It's almost here...eeek! This Worlds has become far more exciting than I could have expected.
Look at where Ross Miner is positioned. Talk about stressful. I hope he's got really good earphones to block everything out.
ETA: One of my favorite things is to look at the list of names. It's so diverse, from Mongolia, the Philippines, Kazakhstan, everywhere. I find something beautiful in that.
Tripping on the Podium
Mongolia? I guess you mean Monaco. Kim Lucine skates for Monaco.
Originally Posted by Olympia
I completly agree that this event is looking super exciting. I even took a day off from work to be able to watch the men's SP.
Im taking Friday off to watch the Finals Live :D :D
Originally Posted by mikiandorocks
If kovtun isn't number 1 after he skates top 15 isn't likely.
It's just the SP though. Historically SP has not been his strength, usually he's good for a strong FS which can help pull him up in the standings.
Originally Posted by gmyers
Not Mongolia? I confess I'm a bit disappointed. I have to change my mental picture pronto.
Originally Posted by mikiandorocks
Thanks for the heads-up.
I have to say, I thought that Lucine didn't sound very Ural-Altaic. But these days, everyone moves around so much--well, I had hopes. I love watching our sport spread around the world.
Beliver in Sasha's Perfect Program
Wow i don't envy Ross' skating order. eek.
^^ Yeah, but it's all relative. And none of this is exactly new to Ross. As a competitor, you've got to be able to skate in whatever position you draw and be positive about it. He'll be the final skater and may surely by then have a good idea of what others have done. He'll just have to pace himself through his warm-up, then put on the earphones and tune it all out. And then be ready to get out there and get warmed again while Chan's marks come up. Ross is pretty cool and steady. The point is to be focused, but also just to enjoy. It's what they all work so hard for ... gotta be ready to rumble!
The land of SnuggleBat and Cuddlepie
Bah, humbug. I am in attendance at the Formula One and our day starts so early tomorrow that I'm going to miss the SP. Booey
Not really. He's not exactly the beacon of consistency.
Originally Posted by Art&Sport
You should be really ashamed of yourself.
Originally Posted by karne
I guess that somewhat depends on how Chan skates, but then hopefully not.
Originally Posted by pitterpatter
I hope someone can find a live stream to watch. I've been looking forward to this .
France had three spots but sent only 2. Did they not have another skater that could meet the minimums? I wish when a country didn't fill all of its places, an at large entrant could be sent based on rank or some such.