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    Gala Exhibition

    14:30-17:00

    Opening
    Maria Sotskova
    Keiji Tanaka
    Bobrova / Soloviev
    Boyang Jin
    Duhamel / Radford
    Pechalat / Bourzat
    Tatsuki Machida
    Yu / Jin
    Elena Radionova
    1st Junior Dance
    Volosozhar / Trankov
    Patrick Chan

    (intermission)

    Nathan Chen
    Peng / Zhang
    Ashley Wagner
    Virtue / Moir
    Nobunari Oda
    Pang / Tong
    Julia Lipnitskaya
    Davis / White
    Yuzuru Hanyu
    Savchenko / Szolkowy
    Mao Asada
    Finale

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    hmm, any reason they're going with the 5th pair rather than someone like the 5th lady?

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    So glad to see Nobu performing in the gala.

    And now, I only have three more opportunities to cheer Mao on.

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    Great thinking Eurosport 2 to cut away in the most fun - the group number. I know I shouldn't complain, we get to see the events, but imagine Snooker or something taking a bit longer, they would surely just continue. It would've been only a few minutes more, argh.

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    Yuzuru did something unbelievable at the end of gala, three jumps in sequence.
    Anybody who have seen Japanese broadcasting, please tell me what it was.
    Was it 4-3-3, or 3-3-3? I am not good at rotation counting.
    My son said his last jump was quad, but I think it's impossible.

    Anyway it was very Yuzuru, showing off what he can.
    Although he looks feminine, he is very "boy"!

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    It was 4T-3A-3A

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckykid View Post
    It was 4T-3A-3A
    Thanks!!
    3As. Am I stupid? Such a easy jump to recognize

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckykid View Post
    It was 4T-3A-3A
    someone posted in on instagram: http://instagram.com/p/hp0w5mRLgx

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    ^Wow, Yuzuru is a young skating god!

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    and on youtube..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FdlSOHEzDU

    lot of manly charisma....

    GOOOOO YUZUUUU!!!

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    I absolutely loved Radionova's zombie number. It's not often that women's figure skating gets to be this humorous. She really did a good job.

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    Love Mao's EX dress--so simple, yet beautiful!

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    Hanyu's costume for the exhibition is quite suitable for his Romeo and Juliet LP. Just like a prince!

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