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    ISU World Standings as of 7/2/2014

    So far, only the Ice Dance Standings have been updated to remove the retired and split couples (or at least most of them). The other disciplines haven't been updated as yet.

    http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsdance.htm

    Top 24 in Ice Dance now are:

    1 DAVIS / WHITE
    2 VIRTUE / MOIR
    3 BOBROVA / SOLOVIEV
    4 CAPPELLINI / LANOTTE
    5 WEAVER / POJE
    6 CHOCK / BATES
    7 ZHIGANSHINA / GAZSI
    8 HUBBELL / DONOHUE
    9 SHIBUTANI / SHIBUTANI
    10 GILLES / POIRIER
    11 COOMES / BUCKLAND
    12 ZLOBINA / SITNIKOV
    13 PAPADAKIS / CIZERON
    14 GUIGNARD / FABBRI
    15 CARRON / JONES (split)
    16 ORFORD / WILLIAMS
    17 ALDRIDGE / EATON
    18 HAWAYEK / BAKER
    19 REED / REED
    20 KOLBE / CARUSO (split)
    21 MONKO / KHALIAVAN
    22 YANOVSKAIA / MOZGOV
    23 McNAMARA / CARPENTER
    24 EDWARDS / PANG

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    ^glad to see the updating has begun!

    It's pretty impressive the US has 4 teams in the top 10. Obviosly D/W and V/M won't stay at the top for too much longer once the season is under way since they won't competing, but I think worlds this year really set the stage for the battle this coming season for ice dance supremacy. Chock and Bates are starting to knock on the door of that worlds medal stand. I wonder if we'll see them take any grand prix's this year?

    Truth be told though, I'm looking forward to a W/P vs. C/L season.


    Also on a side note I was looking at pairs rankings and I realized that once the get rid of the retired and split teams that puts Scimeca and Knierim in at least 6th. I wonder if they can stay healthy this year and live up to that ranking.

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    Do they ever remove retired skaters from singles?
    http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsmen.htm

    1 Hanyu 4182
    2 Chan 3774
    3 Machida 3256
    4 Fernandez 3068
    5 Ten 2860
    6 Takahashi 2709 (retired)
    7 Kovtun 2566
    8 Mura 2367
    9 Brezina 2307
    10 Han Yan 2259
    11 Dornbush 2149
    12 Aaron 2141
    13 Kozuka 2139
    14 Menshov 2129
    15 Liebers 2028
    16 Oda 2018 (retired)
    17 Brown 1996
    18 Voronov 1944
    19 Majorov 1906
    20 Abbott 1782
    21 Farris 1707
    22 Amodio 1646
    23 Nan Song 1637
    24 Besseghier 1616
    25 Verner 1580 (retired)
    26 Rippon 1550
    27 Martinez 1525

    The shock here is that despite competing the past 2 years and scoring well at Worlds this year, Abbott is ranked below three other US men, and is only just ahead of one other.


    http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsladies.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    ...

    The shock here is that despite competing the past 2 years and scoring well at Worlds this year, Abbott is ranked below three other US men, and is only just ahead of one other.

    http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsladies.htm
    OTOH, Aaron, Abbott, and Brown are the top three U.S. men in the ISU Season's World Rankings as of Apr 3. They are clustered closely together.

    12 1361 Max AARON 574 324 213 250 0
    13 1347 Jeremy ABBOTT 787 324 236 0 0
    14 1328 Jason BROWN 517 324 262 225 0

    Also worth mentioning regarding both lists is that Aaron, Brown, Dornbush, and Farris earned points from Senior Bs, whereas Abbott did not.

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    It is also worth mentioning that Jason and Josh were in Juniors in the 2012-2013 season, where points per event are less than in comparable senior events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Do they ever remove retired skaters from singles?
    I don't think so. I think they just let them fall off the list from inactivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    It is also worth mentioning that Jason and Josh were in Juniors in the 2012-2013 season, where points per event are less than in comparable senior events.
    Thanks, Doris. Agree.

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    What's the difference between world standing and world ranking? Why do we need both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    OTOH, Aaron, Abbott, and Brown are the top three U.S. men in the ISU Season's World Rankings as of Apr 3. They are clustered closely together.

    12 1361 Max AARON 574 324 213 250 0
    13 1347 Jeremy ABBOTT 787 324 236 0 0
    14 1328 Jason BROWN 517 324 262 225 0

    Also worth mentioning regarding both lists is that Aaron, Brown, Dornbush, and Farris earned points from Senior Bs, whereas Abbott did not.
    Also worth considering that Aaron had no GPs, only Senior Bs, the previous season, and that he did not go to the Olympics.

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    Absolutely.

    And that Jason had no opportunity to go to Worlds this year. And Max had no opportunity to do Olympics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karne View Post
    Also worth considering that Aaron had no GPs, only Senior Bs, the previous season, and that he did not go to the Olympics.
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Absolutely.

    And that Jason had no opportunity to go to Worlds this year. And Max had no opportunity to do Olympics.
    True, and I dearly wish that both Max and Jason could have had both opportunities.

    But ... in the narrow context of the ISU lists, Jeremy did not get double points by competing at both 2014 Worlds and the 2014 Olympics. Skaters receive standings/ranking points for only one or the other in the same season.

    I am going to try to keep my big mouth shut in this thread now and to stay out of trouble . The bottom line for me is that I am really excited at the bright futures for both Max and Jason. And if Jeremy has more medals in him, good for him.

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    Well, I'll say it: Jeremy ought to be mighty worried that Max, who did not get the Olympics and had no GPs last season, is ahead of him, and Jason, who had only JGPs last season, is immediately behind him, and that Joshua, who only managed to finish one GP this season and was a junior the season before, is well within striking distance (and before Worlds, was actually immediately behind Jeremy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by karne View Post
    Well, I'll say it: Jeremy ought to be mighty worried that Max, who did not get the Olympics and had no GPs last season, is ahead of him, and Jason, who had only JGPs last season, is immediately behind him, and that Joshua, who only managed to finish one GP this season and was a junior the season before, is well within striking distance (and before Worlds, was actually immediately behind Jeremy).
    But then again, none of that means a thing. It's a new season. Everything is up for grabs. You want it? Skate for it.

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    Absolutely

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    Here's the ladies:
    1. Asada 3920
    2. Lipnitskaia 3419
    3. Sotnikova 3182
    4. Wagner 3021
    5. Suzuki (retired) 2853
    6. Gold 2771
    7. Kostner (not competing this season) 2762
    8. Radionova 2473
    9. Pogorilaya 2405
    10. Murakami 2389
    11. Kim (retired) 2345
    12. Miyahara 2302
    13. Marchei (switched to pairs) 2177
    14. Tuktamysheva 2086
    15. Viktoria Helgesson 1996
    16. Meite 1975
    17. Imai 1940
    18. Hicks 1802
    19. Gao 1696
    20. Zijun Li 1689
    21. Joshi Helgesson 1642
    22. Amelie Lacoste (retired)1620
    23. Nagasu 1595
    24. Weinzierl 1585
    25. Cesario 1557
    26. Zawadzki 1497
    27. Gosviani 1450
    28. Leonova 1376
    29. Rika Hongo 1298
    30. Kaetlyn Osmond 1275
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