Yuna does have an awesome lutz technique that she maintained. It's no wonder she has back problems though. As I said she has a very straight back and that is a lot of force. She covers crazy distance!
Tonya Harding comes to mind as well. When she did land her lutz she is another one who had pretty amazing height and ice coverage.
Well you made it seem that a flutz jump in the positives was egregious. Obviously with the (no sign) calls we're left to speculate but it's not necessarily bad judging as I thought you were implying.If the judging panel is skewed, you don't lose any points.
He/she obviously loved every other aspect of that jump. The (e) call is not required to be negative. Look at the GOE guidelines. For some reason (e) does not mean it was severe She got some 0's too so obviously they called it as not severe and let's be honest...fan or no fan..,saying her edge calls are close is fair. It's usually at least close and never egregious .
Page 3. The (e) call appears on both sides. Required and not required negative GOE. It is not an indicator that a jump needs to be negative. Very confusing.