Win, Place and Show Predictions with Analysis
Michelle outskates the field with a 3x3 combo and an exquisite faultless program.
Carolina and Julia fight it out for silver and bronze. I think Julia gets the silver.
Fumie or Susanna may chase one of the above off the podium.
His nibs will overtake the field whether he skates well or not.
Stefan or Stephane. That is the question.for silver and bronze. I'll pick Lindemann reluctantly for the silver.
Jeffrey and Emmanuel - Two hometown favorites may bust their way to the posium with a quad.
Really no competition for S&Z and I predict huge scores.
Pang and Tong - Despite the slender figures, they are prone to silver.
Z&S - Their longevity will bring a sentimenal bronze medal
Keep your eye on hometown L&A looking to mix up that Podium..
The Three Seeds do it in the order presented: D&S - Bulgaria; D&S - France;
Watch for the hometown favorites: D&L; and W&L for a podium steal.
[/I]Just my far out thoughts`!!
Last edited by Joesitz; 08-05-2004 at 06:31 AM.
Last time I looked, Inoue & Baldwin were not scheduled for this event.
Originally Posted by Joesitz
Thanks Sk8pics. My eyes slipped over into Japan. I'll correct that now.
Originally Posted by sk8pics
My predictions right now are:
1st - Denkova/Staviski
2nd - Dubreuil/Lauzon
3rd - Delobel/Schoenfelder
4th - Chait/Sakhnovski
5th - Wing/Lowe
Maybe it will be a repeat of Skate Canada in 2002 and Albena and Maxim will place surprisingly low but, I doubt it. I would LOVE for Marie-France and Patrice to win though!!
1st - Michelle Kwan
2nd - Fumie Suguri
3rd - Julia Sebestyen
4th - Carolina Kostner
5th - Cynthia Phaneuf
2nd - Pang/Tong
3rd - Zagorska/Siudek
4th - Langlois/Archetto
5th - Marcoux/Buntin
2nd-5th could really switch around, it depends on how everybody skates....
1st - Evgeni Plushenko
then I don't know.....um....Lindeman, Lambiel, Buttle, Sandhu, and Honda could all be up there......
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