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    Quad to from boyang Jin from china. He's currently in the lead with 189.79

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    My heart is pounding! I don't know I can survive this!

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    Oh no! Michael has blown it!

    that's really upsetting. I was hoping for two little feds to troll everybody on the podium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karne View Post
    Oh no! Michael has blown it!

    that's really upsetting. I was hoping for two little feds to troll everybody on the podium.
    Kerry has blown it as well:(

    It seems like there's a problem with the ice-every skater who skated after Jin has at least one fall.

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    I'm sure someone at the ISU breathes a sigh of relief...the top three are now all from skating "powerhouses" (Russia, China, Japan) and the two little nations have been kicked off the podium.

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    sad for Martinez, this was his chance

    Boyang did a quad, 4S was that ?
    and Adian improved alot, he still needs work on his presentation but has a stable 3A now and his jump height is now huge and his speed is even faster now
    at least if Zhenya retires and Kovtun/Gachinski wont live up to the hype, there will be Petrov, Samarin and Pitkeev

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    Final results:

    1 Boyang JIN CHN 189.79 2 2
    2 Adian PITKEEV RUS 187.19 5 1
    3 Shoma UNO JPN 175.81 6 3
    4 Michael Christian MARTINEZ PHI 173.73 1 4
    5 Brendan KERRY AUS 170.02 3 7
    6 Jin Seo KIM KOR 169.97 4 6
    7 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT 161.94 14 5
    8 Pavel IGNATENKO BLR 160.92 9 9
    9 Jordan MOELLER USA 158.74 12 8
    10 Simon HOCQUAUX FRA 157.83 7 11
    11 Sota YAMAMOTO JPN 156.23 11 12
    12 Igor REZNICHENKO UKR 150.05 15 13
    13 Jimmy MA USA 147.79 10 15
    14 Roman SADOVSKY CAN 146.89 16 14
    15 Vladislav TARASENKO RUS 143.00 21 10
    16 Zijing TENG CHN 140.00 13 17
    17 Samuel KOPPEL EST 139.22 17 16
    18 Krzysztof GALA POL 128.49 19 18
    19 Armen AGAIAN GEO 124.51 18 21
    20 Juho PIRINEN FIN 123.96 20 20
    21 Adrien BANNISTER ITA 121.14 24 19
    22 Ivo GATOVSKI BUL 115.84 25 22
    23 Sondre ODDVOLL BOE NOR 115.50 22 24
    24 Glebs BASINS LAT 107.20 23 25
    25 Giray SENOL TUR 105.65 26 23
    26 Arturas GANZELA LTU 89.62 27 26
    WD Luiz MANELLA BRA 8

    Protocols are up:http://www.isuresults.com/results/jg..._FS_Scores.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    sad for Martinez, this was his chance

    Boyang did a quad, 4S was that ?
    and Adian improved alot, he still needs work on his presentation but has a stable 3A now and his jump height is now huge
    at least if Zhenya retires and Kovtun/Gachinski wont live up to the hype, there will be Petrov, Samarin and Pitkeev
    He landed 4T.

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    Wait does Martinez not have another JPG event? I can't find him listed anywhere

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    Boyang's quad looks more solid now
    very nice improvement from Adian and leapfrog his PCS form last season , http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2swbEHhueOs
    I like he is very fast on the ice


    Tutberidze is very lucky, she has 3 talented young pupils:
    Julia, Adian and Evgenia

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    So looking at the protocols, Brendan popped 3F (2Fe), 3Lz (2Lz fall), 3Lo (1Lo), 2A+2A SEQ (1A+2A SEQ - he did this at SDU too), got a level one on his change foot camel, level twos on his other spins, and level 3 on his footwork.

    He did, however, get all +GOE for his 3A-2T and 3A. Positives?

    I'm so sad for him.

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    Good for pitkeev! I thought bronze but he wins silver almost gold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by karne View Post
    So looking at the protocols, Brendan popped 3F (2Fe), 3Lz (2Lz fall), 3Lo (1Lo), 2A+2A SEQ (1A+2A SEQ - he did this at SDU too), got a level one on his change foot camel, level twos on his other spins, and level 3 on his footwork.

    He did, however, get all +GOE for his 3A-2T and 3A. Positives?

    I'm so sad for him.
    Not to worry. We don't want him to peak now cos he still has nebelhorn next month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    Good for pitkeev! I thought bronze but he wins silver almost gold!
    Russia has 3 talented 14 year olds
    Pitkeev, Samarin and Petrov

    at least that bodes well if Kovtun/Gachinski dont live up to their hypes

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