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    Hi Yelyoh...

    Definitely some suprises in the first group. I feel bad for Tim too. Hopefully he can make up some ground in the SP. It just seems like he may never get his jumps back.

    Have fun teaching!! At least you got some sleep - you are smarter than me.

    DG

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    Thanks for the notes.

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    Thank you Rosaleen for the great reports. I am a little suspicious of Joubert's PCS being higher than Buttle's. I'm excited for Lambiel. I guess he made the right choice by doing the new LP, though it may still be a little rough with the time deduction.

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    Thanks. Rosaleen. You are the best.

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    I can't believe I waited for the darn thing to start and of course I feel asleep before the first group got on the ice. So much has happened while I snoozed!

    I checked in with http://www.eurosport.com/home/pages/...tc102883.shtml

    ... and Gwendal's report says Lambiel (big surprise for me!!!) won his group etc. BUT what really caught my eye was Honda was taken to the hospital ? Was this from his accident in practice or did he actually do Qualifying and soething else happened?

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    Woohoo surprises. Shakeupo at the top. I love it.

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    Some quick comments on Group B

    Obviously not a surprise for me. I've been pushing Lambiel (and Klimkin) for the past 4 years!

    Lambiel had the quad (the only completed one) and Plush was busy showing Johnny Weir he can win without one.

    Joubert skated his thing and very cautiously.

    Honda, poor Honda. Really bad fall.

    Daisuke - Very much undermarked.

    Buttle - Lack luster skate but technically good.

    Min Zhang - Excellent first two minutes and then downhill.

    Evan - It could have been better but it was just fine for today.

    Tim - Bad day in Moscow. He's putting too much presure on himeself. He's forgotten how to enjoy it.


    Skater to Watch in the Future: Contesti (France)


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    Last edited by Joesitz; 03-15-2005 at 05:54 AM.

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    Rosaleen, who is there to put Jeffery on Ice? Did you see Rafael?

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