4T - 3A is more sequence than combo, but Hanyu already did 4T-3A-3A-3A-3A seq
Is this right?
So I'm right. Axel can't be the second jump in any combo...Combinations are defined as two or more jumps in which the take-off edge of the second (or third) jump is the same as the landing edge of the first jump.
Oh, my! BV of 4Lz is 13.6 points! Holy hell...
wiki page is quite informative
Thank you, I got it. Btw anyone know what happened to Brando Mroz? He just vanished after 2012 if I remember correctly?
Yes, it's a sequence but the point is it can be physically done and rather consistently, too.
He's also training 4A,but he's more than 1\4 short of rotation,so its <
Marin Honda is also training 4T(and a 3A),if nothing happens to her I think she has a shot of a medal in Pyeongchang,now she's not even a junior but has huuuuge potential
So my point is still valid.
This makes me squee/lol so badly.
I think Yulia could land a 4T, in combination would probably be the best bet to keep the high value she already has and add to it. She would still be able to do two 3T, right? But only three combos are allowed, I think? Anyway if she can do it, I don't think we'll see it for a while because she won't put it in unless she's pretty sure she'll land it.
So she would have to do 3L-3T-3T to keep two 3T, while not exceeding the # of jump combinations. Has anyone ever done that combination in competition (ratified as fully rotated)? When I was looking at the predicted elements for the Olympics they had that listed for some of the skaters and I wondered why.