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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post

    Sakhanovich now is some worse than past season. She became taller - may be, it is the reason.
    Will she restore and progress - nobody knows.
    She is worse only with jumps. She falls too much (in comparison with other Russian top level juniors who seem to be very consistent). But she still has 'it', the X factor, that little thing that makes you watch her. Soft knees, lovely edges, very good presentation... Hope she will get the consistency back.

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    LADIES FREE SKATE - RESULT & VIDEOS (Updated)

    1. Serafima SAKHANOVICH (RUS) - 164.48 Free Skate
    2. Elizaveta IUSHENKO (RUS) - 159.86 Free Skate
    3. Miyabi OBA (JPN) - 152.13 Free Skate
    4. Gabrielle DALEMAN (CAN) - 147.89 Free Skate
    5. Elizabet TURZYNBAEVA (KAZ) - 145.85 Free Skate
    6. Tyler PIERCE (USA) - 143.91 Free Skate
    7. Liubov EFIMENKO (FIN) - 137.39 Free Skate
    8. Larkyn AUSTMAN (CAN) - 133.43 Free Skate
    9. Kyueun KIM (KOR) - 132.45 Free Skate
    10. Maria-Katharina HERCEG (GER) - 132.27 Free Skate
    11. Ziquan ZHAO (CHN) - 128.80 Free Skate
    12. Hannah MILLER (USA) - 128.20 Free Skate
    13. Ivett TOTH (HUN) - 126.65 Free Skate
    14. Lena MARROCCO (FRA) - 118.26 Free Skate
    15. Netta SCHREIBER (ISR) - 117.65 Free Skate
    16. Aleksandra GOLOVKINA (LTU) - 114.90 Free Skate
    17. Chantelle KERRY (AUS) - 111.18 Free Skate
    18. Guia Maria TAGLIAPIETRA (ITA) - 104.21 Free Skate
    19. Rebecka EMANUELSSON (SWE) - 99.83 Free Skate
    20. Ieva GAILE (LAT) - 95.56 Free Skate
    21. Anna KHNYCHENKOVA (UKR) - 95.34 Free Skate
    22. Alicia TSINGISSER (EST) - 94.97 Free Skate
    23. Eike LANGERBAUR (EST) - 88.97 Free Skate
    24. Samantha CABILES (PHI) - 86.21 Free Skate
    25. Vala Run MAGNUSDOTTIR (ISL) - 84.23 Free Skate
    26. Natalja GORDEEVA (EST) - 84.11 Free Skate
    27. Kim BELL (NED) - 83.40 Free Skate
    28. Isabella SCHUSTER-VELISSARIOU (GRE) - 82.47 Free Skate
    29. Ceciliane Mei Ling HARTMANN (SIN) - 79.50 Free Skate
    30. Michelle QUINTERO (MEX) - 72.81 Free Skate

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    nice program from tyler! LOVE her footwork sequence! matches the music perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by macy View Post
    nice program from tyler! LOVE her footwork sequence! matches the music perfectly
    Agree! Tyler's FS is one of my favourites!

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    Can we just talk about Serafima not doing just a 3F-3T but a 3F-Tano 3T?!?!?! I don't think I've ever seen a skater do a Tano-3T in combination. That's insane!

    (Although she really doesn't need to do the Tano on both of her other two combinations, too...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy View Post
    Can we just talk about Serafima not doing just a 3F-3T but a 3F-Tano 3T?!?!?! I don't think I've ever seen a skater do a Tano-3T in combination. That's insane!

    (Although she really doesn't need to do the Tano on both of her other two combinations, too...)
    Dornbush was doing Rippon 3Lz+Rippon 3T in his FS last year!! But Serafima's tano 3T is really impressive, too...

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    but terrible technique though, look at those bent knees anyone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    but terrible technique though, look at those bent knees anyone ?
    Are you a skater? when I was jumping, my coach kept telling me to bend the knees (exactly as she is doing). Soft landings is a good thing. Less wear and tear for the knee joints. Do you realise that landing has an impact of four times of your weight? And if it is hard landing, without the knee action, it can be up to six times of your weight. During their practice skaters do quite a few jumps, it all adds up. Not surprising that skaters get injured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    Are you a skater? when I was jumping, my coach kept telling me to bend the knees (exactly as she is doing). Soft landings is a good thing. Less wear and tear for the knee joints. Do you realise that landing has an impact of four times of your weight? And if it is hard landing, without the knee action, it can be up to six times of your weight. During their practice skaters do quite a few jumps, it all adds up. Not surprising that skaters get injured.
    Yes, and look at Nobunari Oda and his extremely soft knee bend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    Are you a skater? when I was jumping, my coach kept telling me to bend the knees (exactly as she is doing). Soft landings is a good thing. Less wear and tear for the knee joints. Do you realise that landing has an impact of four times of your weight? And if it is hard landing, without the knee action, it can be up to six times of your weight. During their practice skaters do quite a few jumps, it all adds up. Not surprising that skaters get injured.
    thats what Im saying her bent knees landing is stiff not soft !
    a recipe for injuries

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    I also think Sakhanovich's landings are a little stiff-legged though not Butyrskaya stiff! She's also breaking at the waist and pitching forward for those landings--not sure if that's been a habit picked up early in her training, or recent development due to getting used to new body and center of gravity. But it needs to be fixed.

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