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    Senior Ladies FS

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    1 7:12PM Vanessa Lam, All Year FSC 18 48.98
    2 7:20PM Caroline Zhang, All Year FSC 19 47.87
    3 7:29PM Rachael Flatt, St. Moritz ISC 20 46.57
    4 7:37PM Yasmin Siraj, SC Of Boston 21 44.67
    5 7:53PM Agnes Zawadzki, Broadmoor SC 13 54.18
    6 8:01PM Franchesca Chiera, Panthers FSC 15 52.81
    7 8:10PM Courtney Hicks, All Year FSC 16 51.69
    8 8:18PM Kiri Baga, SC Of Boston 14 54.02
    9 8:27PM Joelle Forte, SC of New York 17 50.53
    10 9:02PM Samantha Cesario, SC of New York 11 54.88
    11 9:11PM Barbie Long, Illinois Valley FSC 10 55.55
    12 9:19PM Angela Wang, Salt Lake Figure Skating 12 54.40
    13 9:28PM Leah Keiser, All Year FSC 8 57.41
    14 9:36PM Hannah Miller, Lansing SC 7 57.49
    15 9:45PM Mariah Bell, Rocky Mountain FSC 9 56.72
    16 10:00PM Christina Gao, SC Of Boston 6 60.91
    17 10:09PM Ashley Wagner, SC of Wilmington 4 64.71
    18 10:17PM Ashley Cain, Stars FSC of Texas 5 61.45
    19 10:26PM Polina Edmunds, Peninsula SC 2 66.75
    20 10:34PM Mirai Nagasu, Pasadena FSC 3 65.44
    21 10:43PM Gracie Gold, Wagon Wheel FSC 1 72.12

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    GO MIRAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII GOOOOOO GO GO

    16 10:00PM Christina Gao, SC Of Boston 6 60.91
    17 10:09PM Ashley Wagner, SC of Wilmington 4 64.71
    18 10:17PM Ashley Cain, Stars FSC of Texas 5 61.45
    19 10:26PM Polina Edmunds, Peninsula SC 2 66.75
    20 10:34PM Mirai Nagasu, Pasadena FSC 3 65.44
    21 10:43PM Gracie Gold, Wagon Wheel FSC 1 72.12


    3 of the ladies will be heart broken and 3 will be happy

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    Not only is there the race for gold and three team spots to Sochi but this probably is the farewell skate of Flatt and Zhang and sadly even with good skates it won't be that happy of an ending. Maybe it could be the last skate for Agnes too. Will gold go for it or play it smart - it will be interesting. There will be quite a bit of pressure on Wagner as she won't know what the big guns have done as she skates early in the final flight. Also people remember these skaters aren't just skating for the Olympics they are skating for team spots on the national team.

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    Well yes Flatt and Zhang are gone, but you might be surprised who also retires after this.

    I will say that the third spot belongs to either Nagasu or Edmunds. Will they destroy Nagasu on URs or will they destroy Edmunds on PCS? That is the question. I particularly enjoyed Nagasu in Japan, though I'm not even sure she got one jump ratified (B*LLSH*T). But come on Edmunds can not skate like Nagasu. Maybe in a couple of years. I want to see Nagasu do a fun and fast Bond routine. She deserves it. I'm Team Nagasu heading into tomorrow. Please get up in the air.....

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    Does anyone know if there will be a link for us to watch the fs on line outside the US?

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    Seeing Zawadzki in the first group is frankly shocking But, it's 21 skaters, doesn anyone know how they will be divided in groups?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Seeing Zawadzki in the first group is frankly shocking But, it's 21 skaters, doesn anyone know how they will be divided in groups?
    By checking the time, I suppose the first group will be from 1 to 4; then from 6-9; 10-15; 16-21. There will be 6 girls in the 3rd and last groups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Seeing Zawadzki in the first group is frankly shocking But, it's 21 skaters, doesn anyone know how they will be divided in groups?
    It appears to be:

    Group 1 (4 skaters)
    1 7:12PM Vanessa Lam, All Year FSC 18 48.98
    2 7:20PM Caroline Zhang, All Year FSC 19 47.87
    3 7:29PM Rachael Flatt, St. Moritz ISC 20 46.57
    4 7:37PM Yasmin Siraj, SC Of Boston 21 44.67
    Group 2 (5 skaters)
    5 7:53PM Agnes Zawadzki, Broadmoor SC 13 54.18
    6 8:01PM Franchesca Chiera, Panthers FSC 15 52.81
    7 8:10PM Courtney Hicks, All Year FSC 16 51.69
    8 8:18PM Kiri Baga, SC Of Boston 14 54.02
    9 8:27PM Joelle Forte, SC of New York 17 50.53
    *******Ice Resurface*******
    Group 3 (6 skaters)
    10 9:02PM Samantha Cesario, SC of New York 11 54.88
    11 9:11PM Barbie Long, Illinois Valley FSC 10 55.55
    12 9:19PM Angela Wang, Salt Lake Figure Skating 12 54.40
    13 9:28PM Leah Keiser, All Year FSC 8 57.41
    14 9:36PM Hannah Miller, Lansing SC 7 57.49
    15 9:45PM Mariah Bell, Rocky Mountain FSC 9 56.72
    Group 4 (6 skaters)
    16 10:00PM Christina Gao, SC Of Boston 6 60.91
    17 10:09PM Ashley Wagner, SC of Wilmington 4 64.71
    18 10:17PM Ashley Cain, Stars FSC of Texas 5 61.45
    19 10:26PM Polina Edmunds, Peninsula SC 2 66.75
    20 10:34PM Mirai Nagasu, Pasadena FSC 3 65.44
    21 10:43PM Gracie Gold, Wagon Wheel FSC 1 72.12

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    Hope Gracie will have more than 10 point lead in the overall standings after the FS, Go Gracie !!!
    I think Wagner will have a meltdown in the FS, too much pressure on her will be spooked by Gracie and USFS backing of her

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Hope Gracie will have more than 10 point lead in the overall standings after the FS, Go Gracie !!!
    I think Wagner will have a meltdown in the FS, too much pressure on her will be spooked by Gracie and USFS backing of her
    Gracie is the one with the pressure on her. She has yet she show she can seal the deal when she's leading and everything is on the line tonight. Not just a National championship but a spot on the Olympic team. I fear for her if the other skaters ahead of her blow the lid off the place because Gracie might be the one spooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamForeman View Post
    Well yes Flatt and Zhang are gone, but you might be surprised who also retires after this.

    I will say that the third spot belongs to either Nagasu or Edmunds. Will they destroy Nagasu on URs or will they destroy Edmunds on PCS? That is the question. I particularly enjoyed Nagasu in Japan, though I'm not even sure she got one jump ratified (B*LLSH*T). But come on Edmunds can not skate like Nagasu. Maybe in a couple of years. I want to see Nagasu do a fun and fast Bond routine. She deserves it. I'm Team Nagasu heading into tomorrow. Please get up in the air.....
    I hope the technical caller does not totally overlook Nagasu's URs in the FS, It's not fair to the other skaters if she gets credit for cheated jumps. That 3F-3T she did in practice was so badly underrotated that it will be laughable if the caller gives her credit for it. The caller in Sochi certainly will not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Hope Gracie will have more than 10 point lead in the overall standings after the FS, Go Gracie !!!
    I think Wagner will have a meltdown in the FS, too much pressure on her will be spooked by Gracie and USFS backing of her
    I actually think the opposite! I think they held Gracie up to boost Gracie's confidence so she will skate well. Ashley has historically done better coming from Behind. The way scores are flying out this competition, the usfsa seems to be very strategic this year in how they are scoring. I think we will safely see Ashley and Gracie on the top three spots. The third one is up for debate. Send a new charming face or give an age old favourite a last chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selene View Post
    I hope the technical caller does not totally overlook Nagasu's URs in the FS, It's not fair to the other skaters if she gets credit for cheated jumps. That 3F-3T she did in practice was so badly underrotated that it will be laughable if the caller gives her credit for it. The caller in Sochi certainly will not.
    Underrotations in practice aren't penalized, are they? (Of course, they're not. An mistake in practice doesn't always translate into a mistake in competition).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelisiting View Post
    I actually think the opposite! I think they held Gracie up to boost Gracie's confidence so she will skate well. Ashley has historically done better coming from Behind. The way scores are flying out this competition, the usfsa seems to be very strategic this year in how they are scoring. I think we will safely see Ashley and Gracie on the top three spots. The third one is up for debate. Send a new charming face or give an age old favourite a last chance.
    I hope so regarding Gracie and Ashley. And I personally prefer to see Mirai on the Olympic ice than juniorish skating. Edmonds has time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    Gracie is the one with the pressure on her. She has yet she show she can seal the deal when she's leading and everything is on the line tonight. Not just a National championship but a spot on the Olympic team. I fear for her if the other skaters ahead of her blow the lid off the place because Gracie might be the one spooked.
    Skating last is probably not a good draw for Gracie. Ashley has a better draw, in my opinion, skating before the other top skaters. She just needs to lay it down, like she is more than capable of doing.

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