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    2013 Skate Canada practice

    You can watch the practice via Ustream here.

    Ladies' 2nd group is on the ice right now.

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    Christina Gao:3F+2T, 2A(fall), 3Lz+2T, 3F, 3Lo, 1S, 3T+2T+2Lo

    Gracie Gold:2Lz+2T, 1Lo, 2A(hand down)

    Courtney Hicks:3F+2T, 3S, 1A, 3Lz, 3Lo, 3? , 3F

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    Has anyone recorded it? I wasn't able to watch part of it...

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    Cross-posting from the Skate Canada International streaming thread:

    The only practice schedule that I could readily find:

    Time zone information:
    My understanding is that St. John is in the Atlantic time zone: UTC/GMT -3 hours.
    In other words, it is one hour ahead of Eastern Time.

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    A fall from Purdy/Marinaro during the lift.

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    Does anyone can post on youtube the practice of the Canadian ladies : Veronik Mallet, Amélie Lacoste and Kaetlyn Osmond ?

    I miss their practice :(

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    Can anyone report about their practice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnstep View Post
    A fall from Purdy/Marinaro during the lift.
    Egad, what does this comment mean? Please clarify. I hope hope they are not hurt or injured.

    They are a lovely young pair but very similar in height and size, and thus I am always so impressed when he is able to execute their lifts, but worried for their safety at the same time.

    They also competed just last week at Skate America and as is obvious, back to back competitions can be stressful and tiring.

    I hope they are ok ...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcd View Post
    Egad, what does this comment mean? Please clarify. I hope hope they are not hurt or injured.

    They are a lovely young pair but very similar in height and size, and thus I am always so impressed when he is able to execute their lifts, but worried for their safety at the same time.

    They also competed just last week at Skate America and as is obvious, back to back competitions can be stressful and tiring.

    I hope they are ok ...?
    Purdy fell on Marinaro.

    They stopped skating for awhile after that fall-but they got back to doing rest of their program soon after.

    ETA:Their fall was something similar to the fall that Gainetdinova/Bich had at JGP Czech Skate this year:http://youtu.be/kj-6qBJ6mnI?t=1m18s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnstep View Post
    Purdy fell on Marinaro.

    They stopped skating for awhile after that fall-but they got back to doing rest of their program soon after.

    ETA:Their fall was something similar to the fall that Gainetdinova/Bich had at JGP Czech Skate this year:http://youtu.be/kj-6qBJ6mnI?t=1m18s
    Phew, ... sort of. Pairs is so scary at times. I hope they are both OK. As I said before, I think they are such an appealing young pair, but I worry about their relative sizes in the lifts.

    One other unrelated peeve: I really dislike whenever I see fans throwing "stuff" on the ice that could leave debris. The smallest button or sparkle could spell unspeakable tragedy which could have been avoided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolboogie22 View Post
    Does anyone can post on youtube the practice of the Canadian ladies : Veronik Mallet, Amélie Lacoste and Kaetlyn Osmond ?

    I miss their practice :(

    or

    Can anyone report about their practice
    Osmond looked solid in practice this morning in Saint John. 3lz, 3f, 3t+3t, 2a+3t. She did a LP run through. Did some jumps but mainly spotting the program. No comparison to Wild Rose competition choreography. Seems like she spent alot of time on fixing it up.

    I think it was one of the first times I saw Lacoste actually smiling on the ice. She seems relaxed. Have to wait for competition time. Really need to fix the hair color.

    Mallet seemed like there may be a few nerves there. Didn't really follow her much. Osmond stole the show for the Canadians.

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    What about Julia Lipnitskaia???Did she skate well?

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    Virtue/Moir are wearing new costumes.

    Dark dress on her; suspenders over white shirt + dark pants for him.

    ETA, forgot to mention Scott's dark bow tie.

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    Practice videos

    Akiko Suzuki SP:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxn8oCyTyvk
    Kaetlyn Osmond:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPqw7H8yehQ
    Julia Lipnitskaia FS:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K6rZ7-3foA
    Gracie Gold SP:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gFkyKfkP9o

    Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir (CAN):Short Dance
    Kaitlyn Weaver/Andrew Poje (CAN):Short Dance

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    Such a pity that Julia didn't jump=( I think she looked tired..

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