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    The fight for the third spot on the senior national team has just gotten more interesting. Especially since Koshiro is very likely to podium at, if not win Nebelhorn next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surimi View Post
    The fight for the third spot on the senior national team has just gotten more interesting. Especially since Koshiro is very likely to podium at, if not win Nebelhorn next week.
    eh i wouldn't be so confident, it will be an interesting battle for sure.

    Yan Han will be there, you'd think he wants to do well in preparation for the next Olympics.

    Nam Nguyen is inconsistent but he has quads.

    Makar Ignatov recently showed up at the Test Skates in great form, he has very ambitious technical contents.

    The two skaters from Israel Bychenko and Samohin also very inconsistent but sometimes they deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surimi View Post
    The fight for the third spot on the senior national team has just gotten more interesting. Especially since Koshiro is very likely to podium at, if not win Nebelhorn next week.
    And that's very very good. During three seasons the field was hum....empty. But this season things will definitely be more interesting. Even juniors are dangerous.
    Fortunately for Keiji, he had the time to improve without big competition and he looks ready to fight this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yume View Post
    I just want to point out that Sota landed 4S-3T (a new quad combo) twice, attempted two quads in SP and three in FS, while he started to train quads again just 10 months ago.
    Go Sota!
    And he landed all 3A's ! 😲

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    Congrats to Yuma for getting silver and being pretty much a lock for JGPF. I may ultimately disagree with the final placement, but he skated marvelously. There's still a lot to improve and develop over the season, so fingers crossed he continues to skate wonderfully and have a great time 😄

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