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2024 Pacific Coast Sectional Singles & U.S. Pairs Final

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The 2024 Pacific Coast Sectional Singles & U.S. Pairs Final will be held in Tacoma, Washington, Nov 7-12, 2023. This is a qualifying event for the Singles (Women and Men) and Pairs disciplines for the 2024 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships and National Development Camp in Columbus, Ohio, slated for January 2024.
 
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yuki@thelake

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Sofia Jarmoc / Luke Witkowski did well.

It is unfair though that they got into the Pairs Finals without even doing the NQS. As a parent of skaters, it is annoying that you spent thousands going to these NQS competitions and this one team just got in without doing any NQS for pairs.
 
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TeamGubanova

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Sofia Jarmoc / Luke Witkowski did well.

It is unfair though that they got into the Pairs Finals without even doing the NQS. As a parent of skaters, it is annoying that you spent thousands going to these NQS competitions and this one team just got in without doing any NQS for pairs.
lots of federations do this, if you can show talent over video or smth like that they rly don't care if you compete bc bottom line there goal is to put forward the best comeptitiors not the ones who compete the most. but i understand where your coming from
 

moonvine

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Sofia Jarmoc / Luke Witkowski did well.

It is unfair though that they got into the Pairs Finals without even doing the NQS. As a parent of skaters, it is annoying that you spent thousands going to these NQS competitions and this one team just got in without doing any NQS for pairs.
That's really not fair. At the same time I would like to see as many people as possible get to participate. I don't know what to think.
 

moonvine

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lots of federations do this, if you can show talent over video or smth like that they rly don't care if you compete bc bottom line there goal is to put forward the best comeptitiors not the ones who compete the most. but i understand where your coming from
It's not normal for USFS. I remember last year there was a pair who had to come to the competition injured and just mark all their difficult elements and do some of the footwork to just participate so they could go through.
 

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Senior Men - judge did backflip in 1976 Olympics, move banned
Technical Specialist 1Terry Kubicka
 
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moonvine

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Peacock, did you really cut off most of Adrian's skate? Seriously?
Yaro needs a crowd, which doesn't exist here.
Loved Paul's infectious smile.
Sam had a fall and I am concerned because I really want to see him at Nationals. Love his short despite the fall. How tall is he? He's much shorter than his coaches.
 
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