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    Men's Short Program: 2013 NHK Trophy

    Men's Short Program: 2013 NHK Trophy
    Fri, Nov 8, 2013
    16:32:00 local time in Tokyo

    In the U.S., live online coverage is scheduled to begin at 2:25 am Eastern Time on IceNetwork and Universal Sports (again, online).
    http://www.usfsa.org/Story.asp?id=49692&type=media

    ETA, revised start time for IN coverage is 2:32 am ET, which now is in synch with the ISU start time.

    Starting Order/RESULTS:

    ETA:



    Schedule and TV Streams NHK Trophy thread:

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    US Figure Skating was using #NHK13, but seems to have switched to the more popular #NHK2013.
    Others are using #NHKTrophy ... and additional permutations are out there as well ....

    Warm-Up Group 1
    1 Adam RIPPON USA (2:39 am ET, per US Figure Skating http://skatingmagazineblog.com/2013/...viewers-guide/ )
    2 Konstantin MENSHOV RUS
    3 Max AARON USA (2:52 am ET)
    4 Jeremy ABBOTT USA (2:59 am ET)

    Warm-Up Group 2
    5 Sergei VORONOV RUS
    6 Nobunari ODA JPN
    7 Takahito MURA JPN
    8 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP
    9 Daisuke TAKAHASHI JPN

    Referee Ms. Yukiko OKABE
    Technical Controller Ms. Susan LYNCH
    Technical Specialist Ms. Pirjo UIMONEN
    Assistant Technical Specialist Ms. Olga MARKOVA

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    hey I'll still be awake when the coverage starts in the US!

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    Thanks for posting the start order golden411. I only have to get up 30 minutes early to watch the men! Funny, isn't it, Tonichelle will still be up and I will be getting up to watch the same competition and we are both in the U. S.

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    Go Nobu! Go Takahito!! GOoooo Dai!!!
    AAaaand go Kontantin!!! Konstantin surely is goona get big cheers from the ENTIRE audience who remembers his very very unfortunate falls during his WTT free skate!

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    And it is very interesting what can Eteri Tutberidze (coach of young Lipnitskaia, Medvedeva, Pitkeev) do with mature man Voronov.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFarone View Post
    Thanks for posting the start order golden411. I only have to get up 30 minutes early to watch the men! Funny, isn't it, Tonichelle will still be up and I will be getting up to watch the same competition and we are both in the U. S.
    you get up wicked early!

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    Go Javier! Go Oda! Go Jeremy! and go everybody else

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    Hi everyone! Anyone got a streaming which is not habar.com/20131024/v--669799-526935cc857ef4.17521152.html or http://tvonsite.org/index.php?kanal=sport2?
    They're not working for me today! Thank you

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    I find it impossible not to have a huge soft spot for Menshov. His skating is a little rough around the edges but his team comes up with creative programs and I have to admire his tenacity, not giving up despite his 'old age' and being off the Euros/Worlds team for the majority of his skating career. His coach sounds like a really lovely guy as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    I find it impossible not to have a huge soft spot for Menshov. His skating is a little rough around the edges but his team comes up with creative programs and I have to admire his tenacity, not giving up despite his 'old age' and being off the Euros/Worlds team for the majority of his skating career. His coach sounds like a really lovely guy as well.
    I really enjoyed Menshov live at Skate America last year! I was skeptical about seeing a Pina program so soon after S/S, but I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. His quads are quite lovely when done well.

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    For those of you who want to compare scores (w/ the caveat of different tech panel, etc.) here's the the TES for those who skated earlier in the GP series:

    Rippon: 43.23
    Menshov: N/A
    Aaron: 41.37
    Abbott: 35.30
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    Voronov: N/A
    Oda: 43.61
    Mura: 38.56
    Fernandez: N/A
    Takahashi: 35.84

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    I get just a white blank page for tvonsite

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    Getting excited!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    For those of you who want to compare scores (w/ the caveat of different tech panel, etc.) here's the the TES for those who skated earlier in the GP series:

    Rippon: 43.23
    Menshov: N/A
    Aaron: 41.37
    Abbott: 35.30
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    Voronov: N/A
    Oda: 43.61
    Mura: 38.56
    Fernandez: N/A
    Takahashi: 35.84

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    Voronov has had a good season so far. Silver at Finlandia Trophy, Gold at Ice Star. He seems to be in good shape.

    I hope his programs will be more interesting than last season as well, given he's been freed from Morozov (not like they could get any worse, really ;P).

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