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    How was Elladj? I sincerely wish him a podium finish after Free skate. Fingers crossed!

    btw, what kind of skating order for free does Skate Canada have? in all discipline????? http://www.skatecanada.ca/Portals/2/...chedule-EN.pdf

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    Thanks, Blink, for the vid links.

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    218.43 Nam Nguyen 70.97 (7) 147.46 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42633477
    212.43 Roman Sadovsky 68.59 (8) 143.84 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42633276
    195.80 Peter O Brien 65.50 (10) 130.30 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42632856
    195.74 Charles Dion 67.75 (9) 127.99 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42633063
    186.57 Mitchell Gordon 65.17 (11) 121.40 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42632632
    174.31 Garrett Gosselin 56.74 (13) 117.57 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42631766
    168.08 Shaquille Davis 59.74 (12) 108.34 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42632322
    165.54 Anthony Kan 55.63 (15) 109.91 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42631346
    161.22 Samuel Angers 53.56 (16) 107.66 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42631103
    159.28 Mathieu Nepton 53.18 (17) 106.10 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42630808
    158.00 Sasha Alcoloumbre 56.01 (14) 101.99 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42631346
    156.23 Christophe Belley 50.82 (18) 105.41 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/42630511

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    Is Canada pushing some of our JR skaters into the SR ranks at nationals too soon. There are a few in this list that would probably benifit from still being in the JR event. Where instead of being so low in the standings they would actually be fighting for medals. Wouldn't it be better for their self worth if they were fighting for a medal instead of for a top 10 placement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sackie View Post
    Is Canada pushing some of our JR skaters into the SR ranks at nationals too soon. There are a few in this list that would probably benifit from still being in the JR event. Where instead of being so low in the standings they would actually be fighting for medals. Wouldn't it be better for their self worth if they were fighting for a medal instead of for a top 10 placement.
    But these guys for the most part have already won the junior men's title in Canada. So they have nothing to gain by staying junior nationally.

    Among the senior men who could go to JW, only Sadovsky did not win a junior men's title and that was because of injury. He most likely would have beaten Kan last season. Roman would win this year's junior men at a canter as the junior men this year are quite weak. Better for Roman to be in an environment where he is pushed at this stage. Kan moved up too soon IMO but that is due to Roman's injury last year.

    The fact is that the junior men right now are so weak that the favourite Margalik does not even have a triple-triple combo. Other men do have the triple-triple combo but their skating skills are not up to snuff.

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    Thank you so much for the vids! Other than Patrick, Liam, and Kevin I love love love Peter O'brian he's always cheerful to watch can't wait till he gets that triple axel consistent and I like watching Shaquille Davis too such an explosive jumper did a beautiful quad toe in his short hopefully they both can put everything together for next year! Huge talent from them definitely two to watch for the upcoming season

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