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    Breaking down the DATA, Olympic Ladies edition.

    Thought it would be fun to start a thread for each of the disciplines to get a lay of the land of the field. Thought I'd start with Ladies first.


    Personal Best Overall:
    1. Yuna Kim KOR 228.56 (2010 Olympics)
    2. Julia Lipnitskaia RUS 209.72 (2014 Europeans)
    3. Mao Asada JPN 207.59 (2013 NHK Trophy)
    4. Adelina Sotnikova RUS 202.36 (2014 Europeans)
    5. Akiko Suzuki JPN 199.58 (2013 WTT)
    6. Carolina Kostner ITA 197.89 (2013 Worlds)
    7. Kanako Murakami JPN 196.91 (2014 4CC)
    8. Ashley Wagner USA 194.37 (2013 Trophee Eric Bompard)
    9. Gracie Gold USA 188.03 (2013 WTT)
    10. Zijun Li CHN 183.85 (2013 Worlds)
    11. Kaetlyn Osmond CAN 176.82 (2013 Worlds)
    12. Mae Bernice Meite FRA 173.37 (2014 Europeans)
    13. Polina Edmunds USA 171.21 (2013 JGP Mexico)
    14. Valentina Marchei ITA 171.06 (2014 Europeans)
    15. Hae Jin Kim 166.64 KOR (2014 4CC)
    16. Elene Gedevanishvili GEO 166.60 (2012 Europeans)
    17. So Youn Park KOR 162.71 (2014 4CC)
    18. Kexin Zhang CHN 162.59 (2014 4CC)
    19. Viktoria Helgesson SWE 161.79 (2010 Worlds)
    20. Elena Glebova EST 155.71 (2014 Europeans)
    21. Natalia Popova UKE 155.52 (2013 Worlds)
    22. Nathalie Weinzierl GER 151.88 (2014 Europeans)
    23. Jenna Mccorkell GBR 150.90 (2010 Worlds)
    24. Brooklee Han AUS 150.17 (2014 4CC)
    25. Gabrielle Daleman CAN 149.39 (2013 Jr. Worlds)
    26. Kerstin Frank AUT 143.56 (2013 Europeans)
    27. Anne Line Gjersem NOR 142.87 (2013 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    28. Elizaveta Ukolova CZE 136.72 (2013 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    29. Isadora Williams BRA 130.08 (2013 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    30. Nicole Rajicova SVK 128.25 (2014 Europeans)

    PERSONAL BEST, SHORT PROGRAM
    1. Yuna Kim, KOR, 78.50 (2010 Olympics)
    2. Mao Asada, JPN, 75.84 (2009 WTT)
    3. Julia Lipnitskaia, RUS, 72.24 (2013 Rostelcom Cup)
    4. Adelina Sotnikova, RUS, 70.73 (2014 Europeans)
    5. Carolina Kostner, ITA, 69.48 (2012 WTT)
    6. Gracie Gold, USA, 69.45 (2013 Skate Canada)
    7. Ashley Wagner, USA, 69.26 (2013 Skate America)
    8. Akiko Suzuki, JPN 67.51 (2012 WTT)
    9. Kanako Murakami, JPN, 66.54 (2013 Worlds)
    10. Kaetlyn Osmond, CAN, 64.73 (2013 Worlds)
    11. Zijun Li, CHN, 62.84 (2014 4CC)
    12. Elene Gedevanishvili, GEO, 61.92 (2010 Olympics)
    13. Valentina Marchei, ITA, 61.90 (2013 NHK Trophy)
    14. Viktoria Helgesson, SWE, 58.80 (2013 Skate America)
    15.) Mae Bernice Meite, FRA, 58.64 (2014 Europeans)
    16.) Polina Edmunds, USA, 57.78 (2013 JGP Mexico)
    17.) Kexin Zhang, CHN 57.56 (2013 4CC)
    18.) Hae Jin Kim, KOR, 57.49 (2014 4CC)
    19.) So Youn Park, KOR, 55.91 (2014 4CC)
    20.) Elena Glebova, EST, 55.90 (2009 Worlds)
    21.) Nathalie Weinzierl, GER, 54.60 (2013 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    22.) Jenna McCorkell, GBR, 53.80 (2010 Europeans)
    23.) Brooklee Han, AUS, 52.55 (2014 4CC)
    24.) Natalia Popova, UKR, 52.36 (2013 Skate Canada)
    25.) Gabrielle Daleman, CAN, 52.00 (2012 JGP Pokal d. Baluen Schwerter)
    26.) Elizaveta Ukolova, CZE, 50.93 (2013 Nebelhorn)
    27.) Isadora Williams, BRA, 50.35 (2013 Nebelhorn)
    28.) Kerstin Frank, AUT, 49.66 (2013 Worlds)
    29.) Nicole Rajicova, SVK, 49.00 (2014 Europeans)
    30.) Anne Line Gjersem, NOR, 48.35 (2013 Nebelhorn)

    Personal Best, Short Program TES
    1.) Yuna Kim, KOR, 44.70 (2010 Olympics)
    2.) Mao Asada, JPN, 44.40 (2009 WTT)
    3.) Julia Lipnitskaia, RUS, 38.63 (2013 Rostelcom Cup)
    4.) Gracie Gold, USA, 38.53 (2013 Skate Canada)
    5.) Carolina Kostner, ITA, 38.38 (2007 Worlds)
    6.) Adelina Sotnikova, RUS, 37.53 (2013 Grand Prix Final)
    7.) Kanako Murakami, JPN, 35.87 (2013 Worlds)
    8.) Akiko Suzuki, JPN, 36.48 (2012 WTT)
    9.) Ashley Wagner, USA, 36.39 (2013 Grand Prix Final)
    10.) Zijun Li, CHN, 35.81 (2014 4CC)
    11.) Elene Gedevanishvili, GEO, 35.80 (2010 Olympics)
    12.) Kaetlyn Osmond, CAN, 35.19 (2013 Worlds)
    13.) Jenna McCorkell, GBR, 33.40 (2008 Europeans)
    14.) Polina Edmunds, USA, 33.35 (2013 JGP Mexico)
    15.) Kexin Zhang, CHN, 33.14 (2013 4CC)
    16.) Elene Glebova, EST, 32.70 (2009 Worlds)
    17.) Haejin Kim, KOR, 32.69 (2012 JGP Austria)
    18.) Viktoria Helgesson, SWE, 32.68 (2010 Worlds)
    19.) Valentina Marchei, ITA, 32.30 (2010 Europeans)
    20.) Mae Bernice Meite, FRA, 32.13 (2013 WTT)
    21.) So Youn Park, KOR, 31.82 (2014 4CC)
    22.) Nathalie Weinzierl, GER, 30.79 (2013 Europeans)
    23.) Gabrielle Daleman, CAN, 30.37 (2012 JGP Pokal d. Baluen Schwerter)
    24.) Elizaveta Ukolova, CZE, 30.30 (2013 Nebelhorn)
    25.) Brooklee Han, AUS, 29.56 (2013 Worlds)
    26.) Kerstin Frank, AUT, 28.76 (2013 Europeans)
    27.) Natalia Popova, UKE, 27.99 (2013 Worlds)
    28.) Isadora Williams, BRA, 27.82 (2013 Nebelhorn)
    29.) Anne Line Gjersem, NOR, 27.64 (2013 Nebelhorn)
    30.) Nicole Rajicova, SVK, 26.32 (2014 Europeans)

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    I love this stuff!! Thank you

    One data point I've been interested in is planned base value for the different skaters

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivy View Post
    I love this stuff!! Thank you

    One data point I've been interested in is planned base value for the different skaters
    I might try to do that this weekend. That takes a lot more work...since planned element sheets are not widely available. For now, just get the basic stats...then we'll work on the fun stuff.

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    Monika Simancikova is not going!!! It is Nicole Rajicova, poor Monika!!!

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    Interesting. Would not be surprised if that was the correct top 5 order. If YuNa's Nats performances are an indicator, she's on her game. Send in the Clowns will crush on PCS. Just way more lyrical than the others (spent the morning watching on youtube ).

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    Question - Is Nathalie Weinzierl competing in singles? I had read varying opinions on whether the DEU was letting her; stringent criteria and all that crap! I really hope so. She was 8th at Euros and deserves the opportunity!

    Also, this is a top 30 list. Are all these skaters going to Sochi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olympic View Post
    Question - Is Nathalie Weinzierl competing in singles? I had read varying opinions on whether the DEU was letting her; stringent criteria and all that crap! I really hope so. She was 8th at Euros and deserves the opportunity!

    Also, this is a top 30 list. Are all these skaters going to Sochi?
    I do recall there was some fuss about that but I think they ultimately are letting her go.

    Yes. There are 30 competitors.

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    So cool to see these numbers. I must admit, made me feel a little sad for a few of my favorites; but, here's hoping they all can skate well and feel proud of their Olympics. I'm feeling the nervous energy already, not sure how I'll get through this week (not to mention how in the world I will feign productivity work-wise for basically the next few weeks).

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    Quote Originally Posted by emma View Post
    So cool to see these numbers. I must admit, made me feel a little sad for a few of my favorites; but, here's hoping they all can skate well and feel proud of their Olympics. I'm feeling the nervous energy already, not sure how I'll get through this week (not to mention how in the world I will feign productivity work-wise for basically the next few weeks).
    I totally feel you emma. Between my team being in the Super Bowl and the Olympics...I am amazed I have not managed to completely go into a vortex of total idleness. :P

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