In Javi Fernandez's video of his new SP, someone said "two quads planned".
Oh my god! he will has a monster score if executed it well!
Here, 2 quads but it seems he miss/let out the final combo: http://youtu.be/vELBcJEujJM
I like the SP! I think it fits Javi very well. He did some really interesting moves in the step sequence too (only criticism is that it seemed to last forever ).
Should he really got a two-quad SP though? I mean, I say go for it if he just wants to do two quads! But it seems like an unnecessary risk. If he messes up--and that's likely--it'll drop him down further in the standings compared to just doing a clean one-quad SP.
I guess Javi would rather take a higher risk for bigger scores in the SP than in the LP, less jumps are required. His SS are lacking so he knows it's unlikely for him to get high PCS so he's going for the jumps
Unlikely for him to get high PCS? He already gets huge PCS and as long as he does all of the transitions and jumps, it will just continue to get higher. If he skates clean with all of those jumps in the SP, he will set a new world record and Hanyu won't be able to catch him unless he also adds Quad Sal to the SP. This next 4 years for the Men is going to be about having both a Quad Toe and Quad Sal. PCS aren't going to matter much at all. That score is mainly just a marker of past achievements + how consistently you execute all of your tech content (including transitions) anyway. Since all of the top competitors will hit 9's regardless of their actual performance and program, the real difference in scores will come down to tech content. Rotating your quad or not is now more important than the entire scope of artistry. The decision of the tech panel to call a quad underrotated or not will have more influence than anything else.
Ooooh, I really like Fernandez's new SP. It suits him very well.
Fernandez and Hanyu are going to be nipping at each other's heels with this kind of planned layout.
^yes yes yes, it will be a fraternal war between the Orser boys! But they are not facing off for the GPs. Maybe there will be B competitions where they can go head to head
Guys, I have collected all the info I have so far about programs, and, as always, it is now the first post in this thread.
If you see any errors, (and I am sure there will be some) please post a correction here?
Last edited by dorispulaski; 06-30-2014 at 04:39 PM.
I guess this is one of the frustrations with the new scoring system, they're doing whatever they can to max out the tech content that it becomes a jumping contest /sigh