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    If Yuna is serious about winning in Sochi she needs to get some top flight coaches for next season. Aren't her coaches the ones she had as a kid?

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    Actually, I've enjoyed Osmond's program the most so far. At least she had some personality out there. Yu-Na did what she had to do.

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    Monika SIMANCIKOVA (SVK)

    Music: Tango de Amor (from "The Addams Family" musical) by Andrew Lippa

    2A
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    FCSp
    3T+2T
    CCoSp
    StSq
    LSp

    Solid, clean skate.

    SP: 28.70 + 22.48 = 51.18 (PB)
    In 3rd (out of 16)

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    Okay I was wrong, not the same one from Jr. Worlds, but I remember someone mentioning the tech panel included a few sticklers.

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    On the other hand..I still think someone can crack 200 for total score. Yuna did it with lower score for her SP at Nationals, she might be able to deliver clean FS again But it seems like judges are being even more strict with skaters since 2013 Jr.Worlds.

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    Yuna looked quite nervous, I can see why she wasn't scored so well. Not even breaking 70 was a bit too much, though.

    At least I'm happy she managed to do everything clean.

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    Wow. Yuna's performance was much more refined than her earlier performances this season. To those who watched the broadcast, you could see this got a wide standing ovation. I have to say, 69 is bit too low... this was more in the range of 72+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    It's asinine. Are they holding up Osmond for a medal? Bleh. No wonder people talk about the Canadian judges and events.
    That's a bit unfair don't you think? Osmond skated really well, with fire, attitude and pizzazz. I can't speak to the issue with Canadian judges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vera01 View Post
    On the other hand..I still think someone can crack 200 for total score. Yuna did it with lower score for her SP at Nationals, she might be able to deliver clean FS again But it seems like judges are being even more strict with skaters since 2013 Jr.Worlds.
    But I don't think Yuna is going to break 145 in the FS.

    ETA: Sorry, she'd only need 130. If she's completely clean, she should be able to pull it off.

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    I like Yuna's music and when you have been kissed by a vampire, then.......lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo View Post
    Actually, I've enjoyed Osmond's program the most so far. At least she had some personality out there. Yu-Na did what she had to do.
    Agreed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmelanie View Post
    Wait, i'm confused - because Canadians would still be friendly to Yuna, or because Orser would have coached her better than her current Korean coaches?
    Probably a bit of both. Anyway, I hope the rest of the ladies skate well, I want to see a good fight in the LP

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    Anyway it seems the judges are better today. Yesterday they were a bit too generous. I agree Yuna spins were not so special...

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    Quote Originally Posted by prettykeys View Post
    YuNa seemed a little more tentative/slower than in the past. Also she seemed a bit withdrawn, not all-out performing. I couldn't see the take-off edge of the 3F from my stream, but it is what it is if so. I think 69.97 is a good score, all things considered.
    Yes, the program was...nearly perfect, but uninspired. I think the judges are reserving marks to some extent. Still, Yuna certainly is beautiful and elegant.

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    Ah, everything is possible. I think Yuna can still win(but of course, I'm bit biased here), but it'll be interesting to see how others would skate.

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