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2021-2022 U.S. Men's Figure Skating

mrrice

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This is a little off topic but, I just saw Nathan's LP from Canada and I am blown away by that program. If he skates 2 clean programs, he will be the Olympic Champion. I can't see any skater beating that Long Program. One the greatest of all time. :points:
 

mrrice

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Is anyone else receiving a warning page when they go to the results page? I get a warning about password theft and it asks me if I want to proceed. I have never seen this warning before. Should I worry?
 

purplecat

Final Flight
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I got the warning from the results page both last week and this week. I am not knowledgeable on such matters as to whether it's anything to worry about but cause I'm a dumb obsessed skating fan I proceeded lol
 

GoneWithTheWind

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Is anyone else receiving a warning page when they go to the results page? I get a warning about password theft and it asks me if I want to proceed. I have never seen this warning before. Should I worry?
This has popped up for me before. I waited a couple of hours and tried again, by which time the warning had vanished (I'm guessing there was an error with the security of the page which they rectified)
 

yelyoh

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Is anyone else receiving a warning page when they go to the results page? I get a warning about password theft and it asks me if I want to proceed. I have never seen this warning before. Should I worry?
I get it with Safari but not Firefox. So I go to FF.
 

SaDa

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This is a little off topic but, I just saw Nathan's LP from Canada and I am blown away by that program. If he skates 2 clean programs, he will be the Olympic Champion. I can't see any skater beating that Long Program. One the greatest of all time. :points:

Well, it was a watered down version of the program he was planning for the Olympics...and I'm speaking in past tense because, according to Raf, there will be changes happening to both his short and free programs. Those changes will be reflected at the GPF, so, we'll have to wait to see what gets changed. I adore this program myself so I'm slightly anxious about this news. I hope it's only some of the choreo they're re-working and that they're still keeping Mozart.

Anyway, congrats to our top US men for making it to the GPF. Super proud of them!!!
 
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skfan

Final Flight
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Jul 29, 2009
This is a little off topic but, I just saw Nathan's LP from Canada and I am blown away by that program. If he skates 2 clean programs, he will be the Olympic Champion. I can't see any skater beating that Long Program. One the greatest of all time. :points:
I like his Eternity SP, but I really love the Mozart long program for Nathan--wonderful vehicle to showcase his range as a skater and dancer. Very grateful for the chance to see Mozart at Skate America and Skate Canada.
 

ice coverage

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Feb 27, 2012
The nine Senior Men who have qualified to Nats via Championship Series, if I am not mistaken:

Eric Sjoberg, Liam Kapeikis, Mitchell Friess, Ryan Dunk, Artur Dmitriev, Sebastien Payannet, Paul Yeung, Dinh Tran, William Hubbart​

... (I hope Hubbart is in :pray:, given that Friess is the only Midwestern man who achieved both tech minimums) ...

Happy to see that the official USFS list of Nats entries (as of Nov 29) does include William Hubbart:




... How do the “individual members” work, @ice coverage? ...

For an individual member, the person's home address determines the USFS section.

(I belatedly came upon the answer when looking back today at the USFS handbook for Championship Series.
In hindsight, seems intuitive, but I was glad to see it in writing.)



For those who have not read @clairecloutier's new article about Max Aaron yet, it is long and lovely -- including updates on Max; his reflections on his competitive career; his supportive thoughts on Team USA men such as Jason and Jimmy Ma; plus lots of other great stuff.


The article is pegged to Max's appearance on Sat Dec 4 in Skating Club of Boston's "A Night of Stars" show -- part of SCOB's Grand Opening Celebration to benefit Scott Hamilton's foundation.
The show's cast is full of popular names from several disciplines.
Other U.S. men scheduled to perform: the aforementioned Jimmy Ma; Max Naumov, Will Annis. (And Scott will host the show.)

(Separately, Max + Sean Rabbitt + others will perform at Fri Dec 3's tree lighting in Providence, Rhode Island.

Max had been scheduled to be the special guest star of Thursday's Frog Pond spectacular at Boston Common tree lighting, but as of today, the event has been cancelled.)
 
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