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Thread: Sui/ Han's Throw Quad! GOE+2

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    Sui/ Han's Throw Quad! GOE+2

    Team China is practicing throw quad a few weeks ago.

    here is a clip posted by hongbo

    http://video.weibo.com/show?fid=1034...c6100dd61a372d

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    Nice! Hope they can do two quads in their free again

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    That actually looked quite beautiful, unlike most quad throws I've seen (though I wish I didn't need to crane my neck to watch it ). Hopefully they can improve their consistency and PCS, because then they'll rule the world.

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    I am becoming fan of them, I am definitely fan of her Love their SP and LP is not bad too



    their throw quad at Worlds 2012
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4gl3WGieZ0#t=36

    simply spectacular
    Last edited by HanDomi; 01-10-2015 at 04:14 PM.

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    Wow! It seems like the quad throws/twists are to Chinese pair's as 3A are to Japanese ladies.

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    Wow! They tried it several times earlier in their career, but I believe they two footed it most of the time. They have great technique, considering their small height difference.

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    For anyone who is interested, at the end, someone screamed, "Got it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BounceAround View Post
    For anyone who is interested, at the end, someone screamed, "Got it!"
    Thanks, I was wondering what that was.

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    The Russians must be in awe and panicking. All the Russian teams are lacking difficulty. K and S are lacking individual jumps and consistency - it might sadly be age too. V and T and S and K don't have the big throws, lifts or twists (quads) or super difficulty and their individual jumps are pretty solid but not hard compared to Duhamel and Radford. Although unlikely it is possible the Chinese and Candians could beat all the Russians (well two or three Chinese and Duhamel and RAdford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skater Boy View Post
    The Russians must be in awe and panicking. All the Russian teams are lacking difficulty. K and S are lacking individual jumps and consistency - it might sadly be age too. V and T and S and K don't have the big throws, lifts or twists (quads) or super difficulty and their individual jumps are pretty solid but not hard compared to Duhamel and Radford. Although unlikely it is possible the Chinese and Candians could beat all the Russians (well two or three Chinese and Duhamel and RAdford
    I am not sure. V/T got GOE +3 in almost every throw last year.

    V/T (3Tw4 8,30; 3LoTh 7,10; 3STh 6,60)
    D/R (GPF) (3Tw3 7,20 ;4STh 8,71; 3LzTh 6,80)


    There is only a difference of 0,71!

    The difference in concerning the Base Value is 3,60 (not that high either)

    I do not think that it is fair, But that is the system of pair skating.

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    It really isn't fair. Not to mention even if V/T make errors on their throws they still get +GOE whereas teams like K/S, S/H and D/R have executed clean quad throws and get only -1s, 0's or 1's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy View Post
    It really isn't fair. Not to mention even if V/T make errors on their throws they still get +GOE whereas teams like K/S, S/H and D/R have executed clean quad throws and get only -1s, 0's or 1's.
    The problem is so few teams do a quad throw that looks any good. S/H's looks nice in the air but is usually two-footed. D/R's has a very swingy landing. K/S can get the throw around, but it doesn't scream QUAD! in an impressive way. Imo, the BV is the problem. (I don't agree with V/T's Sochi GOE, but the jury's still out on whether it'll continue).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandpiper View Post
    The problem is so few teams do a quad throw that looks any good.
    This one screams "Quad!" http://youtu.be/d2dUqG7xTLE?t=45s

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    Quote Originally Posted by BounceAround View Post
    This one screams "Quad!" http://youtu.be/d2dUqG7xTLE?t=45s


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    Quote Originally Posted by BounceAround View Post
    This one screams "Quad!" http://youtu.be/d2dUqG7xTLE?t=45s
    Yeah, this one is often cited as one of the best quad throws. Can't say I disagree. Maybe Hao Zhang will bring it back with Cheng Peng sometime?

    Back to the topic of Sui/Han... what do they need to do to increase that PCS? I think they do have presentation skills (like Eurosport has said many times)... but somehow they're just not pulling those marks. More speed/better SS? Consistency? Better programs?

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