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Thread: Short Dance: 2013 NHK Trophy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    And I/K is behind the Shibs AND Giles and Poirier in TES. Yikes.
    Yeah, I don't even care that was a gorgeous program

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    Quote Originally Posted by bramweld View Post
    Yeah, I don't even care that was a gorgeous program
    Don't dispute that at all. I liked it as well. But point is, they are behind the Shibs even with a 2 points PCS advantage.

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    I wonder if Elena and Nikita know what Sixteen Tons is about.

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    Aw, I'm sorry to hear that samson. IceNetwork?

    I thought the Shibs had a good skate.

    I/K--his twizzles made me think "there must be medication for that."
    I was worried he was gonna lose control on the first one. I actually liked the program though.

    Was it just me or did C/L skate that program a lot better at Skate America?

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    So I really like that they are showing TES in real time but how are they managing it for dance? Levels are so hard to call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    I wonder if Elena and Nikita know what Sixteen Tons is about.
    Don't they train in the U.S.? Sure they have some awareness....

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    Wobble from LaNotte at the start of the second Finnstep sequence. Might be costly (as it was on a keypoint, I think).

    Program is lovely though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitneyskates View Post
    That SD is miles better than B/S's mess.

    Also, does anyone else think Elena looks a lot like Nathalie Pechalat?
    A bit. A bit like Jessica Dube too.

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    My new hobby is counting how many times the tes box corrects itself after a program has finished.

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    Ilinykh/Katsalapov's performance blew everyone else's away before that IMO. They might not have gotten the desired Finnstep points, but their quality is unmatched. PCS should be miles and miles ahead.

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    I thought the choreography for C/L looked much stronger tonight than Skate America. Especially in the tap dancing sections they just looked clearer and sharper. But their feet didn't look like they were under them, bobbles aside.

    And just barely ahead of the Shibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitneyskates View Post
    My new hobby is counting how many times the tes box corrects itself after a program has finished.
    It really went wild after I/K's dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caitie View Post


    Was it just me or did C/L skate that program a lot better at Skate America?
    Not just you :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    Don't they train in the U.S.? Sure they have some awareness....
    They've always trained in Russia. Maybe some Summer camps in the US but that's it.

    Quote Originally Posted by tulosai View Post
    So I really like that they are showing TES in real time but how are they managing it for dance? Levels are so hard to call.
    Levels are called straight away in all disciplines. You only review a handful of 'problem' elements later.

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    Who exactly is the TES box?

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