06-30-2014, 04:08 PM
Actually Fernandez BV advantage may not be as great as one would think, unless at least one of his jumping passes his after the halfway mark...
Originally Posted by Blades of Passion
If he jumps all of his jumps BEFORE the halfway mark his BV should be 46,90 (with steps and spin all level 4), Hanyu current layout would have a BV of 44.54 (also with all step and spin at level 4) so a 2,36 points difference, but since Yuzuru usually beats Javier both in GOE and in PCS (especially in the Sp, where Fernandez often struggles), then if both went clean the final result would be very hard to call...
Obviously if Javier puts one of his jumping passes after the Half way mark then he would have more room for breath, but still not enough to be sure of his win...
06-30-2014, 04:30 PM
I didn't really have the internet as a source back in that era since I was too young but I'm pretty sure back then we didn't have 9 out of the top 10 men (in the FS) at Olympics attempting quads only for 7 of them to mess up on one or more in some way, there were men who were even lower in the rankings attempting quads too, it's just really extreme to me now and all this quad talk just sounds like a really good way to end your career early (which is exactly what I don't want)
Originally Posted by HanDomi
06-30-2014, 06:23 PM
On the Ice
Thank you for compiling the list, Doris! Very helpful for reference. Is it possible to put a sticky on this thread, as it had been in the past?
Originally Posted by dorispulaski
I'm not sure if this is where I should put this question, but has anyone heard anything about Takahiko Kozuka in the off season? There was mention that he needed hip surgery and was postponing it because of the Olympic season. Did he elect to have it? Any news on his new programs?
06-30-2014, 07:46 PM
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