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    Osmond’s preparing for her future

    Kaetlyn Osmond is punching in plenty of hours of hard work to ensure she’s ready for the 2013-14 figure skating season, far and away the most important of her young career.

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    She's awesome. I just love her. She skates with such expression-how can one not like her?

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    Reigning Skate Canada champion @kaetlyn_23 says she considered withdrawing from next week's event b/c of foot injury: http://www.icenetwork.com/news/2013/10/15/62973252
    10:05 AM - 15 Oct 13
    https://twitter.com/icenetwork/statu...61396521902080

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    Osmond to withdraw from Skate Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    ‏@icenetwork
    Reigning Skate Canada champion @kaetlyn_23 says she considered withdrawing from next week's event b/c of foot injury: http://www.icenetwork.com/news/2013/10/15/62973252
    10:05 AM - 15 Oct 13
    https://twitter.com/icenetwork/statu...61396521902080

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    Damn i was really hoping unlike last year that this season there wouldn't be so many injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krislite View Post
    Osmond to withdraw from Skate Canada?
    It says they (her and her coach) contemplated it, but she seems to still be in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaylee View Post
    It says they (her and her coach) contemplated it, but she seems to still be in it.
    I hope she's ready for it! It could hurt her physically and certainly hurt her standing if she shows vulnerability. She's a fierce competitor and does tend to perform well on home ice though. Based on her early performances of the season, and her current injury, it'll be difficult for her to defeat Gold, Suzuki and Lipnitskaia, though.

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    too bad, she was a lock for Skate Canada gold she would be skating on home ice with her inflated scores
    but this is good news for Suzuki, Gold and Julia

    so no GPF for her then, her next event is Cup of Russia, a non Canadian soil who she won't do well

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    I think it is quite usual for the Grand Prix of an Olympic year to go forward with depleted ranks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    too bad, she was a lock for Skate Canada gold she would be skating on home ice with her inflated scores
    but this is good news for Suzuki, Gold and Julia

    so no GPF for her then, her next event is Cup of Russia, a non Canadian soil who she won't do well
    Ah, I enjoy seeing you shed those crocodile tears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    I think it is quite usual for the Grand Prix of an Olympic year to go forward with depleted ranks.
    hopefully this wont be as a disaster as last season with so many injuries

    now we already have

    Korpii
    K/S
    Osmond

    did I miss anyone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    Ah, I enjoy seeing you shed those crocodile tears.
    I didnt and I wont cry and waste crocodile tears

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    I didnt and I wont cry and waste crocodile tears
    Crocodile tears = fake tears. As in, it's amusing to see you actually feign concern for Osmond and then say in the next breath that she would have only won due to Nationals inflation.

    To say she was a lock for Skate Canada gold was also short sighted, when Lipnitskaia has been skating well and Gold and Suzuki can also potentially defeat her (Suzuki arguably should have last year, too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy View Post
    Crocodile tears = fake tears. As in, it's amusing to see you actually feign concern for Osmond and then say in the next breath that she would have only won due to Nationals inflation.

    To say she was a lock for Skate Canada gold was also short sighted, when Lipnitskaia has been skating well and Gold and Suzuki can also potentially defeat her (Suzuki arguably should have last year, too).
    , don't you think I dind't know what crocodile tears means
    I meant I didn't cry when I opened this thread in the first place so no crocodile tears needed
    I don't like any skaters being injured but doesn't mean I cry for all

    she won gold last year with 2 falls
    so if she shows up even with 3 falls she is a lock for podium or even teh gold medal
    it is " home ice', look at Osmonds record, all her wins are in home ice,

    had this been a different GP then we can talk
    where she panics and falls even more as she knows she will not get inflated scores

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