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  1. My predictions were all so mediocre but at least I ended up 6th in the end. Goddammit everyone bombing their skates and bombing my predictions. Skaters, you had one job!
  2. GP FINAL - MEN TOP 6: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Nathan CHEN (USA) 103.32 (1) 183.19 (2) 286.51 2 Shoma UNO (JPN) 101.51 (2) 184.50 (1) 286.01 3 Mikhail KOLYADA (RUS) 99.22 (3) 182.78 (3) 282.00 4 Sergei VORONOV (RUS) 87.77 (5) 178.82 (4) 266.59 5 Adam RIPPON (USA) 86.19 (6) 168.14 (5) 254.33 6 Jason BROWN (USA) 89.02 (4) 148.03 (6) 253.81 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS GP FINAL - LADIES TOP 6: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Alina ZAGITOVA (RUS) 76.27 (2) 147.03 (1) 223.30 2 Maria SOTSKOVA (RUS) 74.00 (4) 142.28 (2) 216.28 3 Kaetlyn OSMOND (CAN) 77.04 (1) 138.12 (5) 215.16 4 Carolina KOSTNER (ITA) 72.82 (6) 141.83 (3) 214.65 5 Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN) 74.61 (3) 138.88 (4) 213.49 6 Wakaba HIGUCHI (JPN) 73.26 (5) 128.85 (6) 202.11 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS GP FINAL - PAIRS TOP 6: RANK SKATERS SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Aljona SAVCHENKO / Bruno MASSOT (GER) 79.43 (1) 157.25 (1) 236.68 2 Wenjing SUI / Cong HAN (CHN) 75.82 (3) 155.07 (2) 230.89 3 Meagan DUHAMEL / Eric RADFORD (CAN) 72.18 (5) 138.65 (3) 210.83 4 Ksenia STOLBOVA / Fedor KLIMOV (RUS) 73.15 (4) 136.11 (5) 209.26 5 Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV (RUS) 78.83 (2) 129.90 (6) 208.73 6 Xiaoyu YU / Hao ZHANG (CHN) 70.15 (6) 136.99 (4) 207.14 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS GP FINAL - ICE DANCE TOP 6: RANK SKATERS SD SCORE FD SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON (FRA) 82.07 (1) 120.09 (1) 202.16 2 Tessa VIRTUE / Scott MOIR (CAN) 81.53 (2) 118.33 (2) 199.86 3 Maia SHIBUTANI / Alex SHIBUTANI (USA) 78.09 (3) 109.91 (6) 188.00 4 Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE (USA) 74.81 (4) 112.59 (4) 187.40 5 Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES (USA) 74.36 (5) 112.79 (3) 187.15 6 Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE (ITA) 74.24 (6) 110.99 (5) 185.23 SD PROTOCOLS FD PROTOCOLS
  3. JGP FINAL - JUNIOR MEN TOP 6: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Alexei KRASNOZHON (USA) 81.33 (1) 155.02 (1) 236.35 2 Camden PULKINEN (USA) 70.90 (5) 146.20 (2) 217.10 3 Mitsuki SUMOTO (JPN) 77.10 (3) 137.35 (3) 214.45 4 Makar IGNATOV (RUS) 75.78 (4) 136.21 (4) 211.99 5 Alexey EROKHOV (RUS) 78.39 (2) 128.65 (5) 207.04 6 Andrew TORGASHEV (USA) 64.73 (6) 95.76 (6) 160.49 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS JGP FINAL - JUNIOR LADIES TOP 6: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Alexandra TRUSOVA (RUS) 73.25 (1) 132.36 (2) 205.61 2 Alena KOSTORNAIA (RUS) 71.65 (2) 132.93 (1) 204.58 3 Anastasia TARAKANOVA (RUS) 67.90 (3) 131.74 (3) 199.64 4 Rika KIHIRA (JPN) 66.82 (4) 125.63 (4) 192.45 5 Daria PANENKOVA (RUS) 65.65 (5) 125.51 (5) 191.16 6 Sofia SAMODUROVA (RUS) 65.01(6) 122.73 (6) 187.74 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS JGP FINAL - JUNIOR PAIRS TOP 6: RANK SKATERS SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA / Harley WINDSOR (AUS) 60.26 (2) 113.59 (1) 173.85 2 Apollinariia PANFILOVA / Dmitry RYLOV (RUS) 60.81 (1) 112.20 (3) 173.01 3 Daria PAVLIUCHENKO / Denis KHODYKIN (RUS) 59.51 (3) 113.43 (2) 172.94 4 Yumeng GAO / Zhong XIE (CHN) 59.47 (4) 105.56 (4) 165.03 5 Aleksandra BOIKOVA / Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII (RUS) 55.92 (6) 104.88 (5) 160.80 6 Anastasia POLUIANOVA / Dmitry SOPOT (RUS) 57.28 (5) 103.19 (6) 160.47 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS JGP FINAL - JUNIOR ICE DANCE TOP 6: RANK SKATERS SD SCORE FD SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Anastasia SKOPTCOVA / Kirill ALESHIN (RUS) 65.87 (1) 87.74 (1) 153.61 2 Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO (USA) 64.10 (2) 87.66 (2) 151.76 3 Sofia POLISHCHUK / Alexander VAKHNOV (RUS) 63.17 (3) 85.87 (3) 149.04 4 Sofia SHEVCHENKO / Igor EREMENKO (RUS) 60.10 (5) 84.28 (4) 144.38 5 Arina USHAKOVA / Maxim NEKRASOV (RUS) 58.53 (6) 83.35 (5) 141.88 6 Marjorie LAJOIE / Zachary LAGHA (CAN) 60.52 (4) 80.76 (6) 141.28 SD PROTOCOLS FD PROTOCOLS
  4. CS GOLDEN SPIN OF ZAGREB - MEN TOP 5: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Moris KVITELASHVILI (GEO) 76.24 (6) 160.43 (1) 236.67 2 Alexei BYCHENKO (ISR) 77.88 (4) 153.93 (3) 231.81 3 Artur DMITRIEV (RUS) 77.35 (5) 152.39 (4) 229.74 4 Denis TEN (KAZ) 80.50 (1) 148.31 (5) 228.81 5 Ivan RIGHINI (ITA) 79.68 (2) 145.85 (8) 225.53 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS CS GOLDEN SPIN OF ZAGREB - LADIES TOP 5: RANK SKATER SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Stanislava KONSTANTINOVA (RUS) 67.47 (2) 132.21 (1) 199.68 2 Alisa FEDICHKINA (RUS) 67.06 (3) 111.14 (4) 178.20 3 Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA (RUS) 68.47 (1) 107.43 (5) 175.90 4 Nicole SCHOTT (GER) 55.91 (5) 111.45 (3) 167.36 5 Emmy MA (USA) 49.63 (9) 117.08 (2) 166.71 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS CS GOLDEN SPIN OF ZAGREB - PAIRS TOP 5: RANK SKATERS SP SCORE FS SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Natalia ZABIIAKO / Alexander ENBERT (RUS) 68.76 (1) 134.20 (1) 202.96 2 Kristina ASTAKHOVA / Alexei ROGONOV (RUS) 66.30 (2) 120.32 (2) 186.62 3 Tarah KAYNE / Danny O'SHEA (USA) 56.38 (3) 105.88 (3) 162.26 4 Ioulia CHTCHETININA / Mikhail AKULOV (SUI) 46.46 (4) 88.51 (4) 134.97 5 Sofiya KARAGODINA / Semyon STEPANOV (AZE) 45.04 (5) 85.64 (5) 130.68 SP PROTOCOLS FS PROTOCOLS CS GOLDEN SPIN OF ZAGREB - ICE DANCE TOP 5: RANK SKATERS SD SCORE FD SCORE TOTAL SCORE 1 Ekaterina BOBROVA / Dmitri SOLOVIEV (RUS) 75.50 (1) 111.16 (1) 186.66 2 Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI (ITA) 71.78 (2) 106.38 (2) 178.16 3 Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER (USA) 63.58 (4) 100.30 (3) 163.88 4 Sara HURTADO / Kirill KHALIAVIN (ESP) 67.14 (3) 96.44 (4) 163.58 5 Olivia SMART / Adria DIAZ (ESP) 63.12 (5) 96.28 (5) 159.40 SD PROTOCOLS FD PROTOCOLS
  5. General Yuzuru chat

    Being back on the ice doesn't mean he's going to be going back to jumping quads right away. On Ice rehabilitation is also important, especially for testing and working on the range of motion on his ankle, considering the agility needed for turns and edges. Edit: Actually, any kind of rehabilitation involves gradually doing the full range of activity that the sportsman was doing before, so being back on ice is part of the rehabilitation process.
  6. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    Outside of US Classic where he only attempted 3 quads and did 2, Nathan has lost every free skating of the season so far. The potential I saw in his program at the beginning of the season keeps getting overshadowed by the increasing mistakes with the increasing technical difficulty. Especially when he drops all semblance of program outside of the step sequence and choreo sequence while trying to make up for falls or pops. Which is a pity because I do love the music choice of this program (though I prefer his SP) and some of the choreographic moves he does.
  7. General Yuzuru chat

    Daisuke Takahashi was injured before the pre-Sochi JP Nats and was still halfway to recovery when he competed at Nats, finishing 5th and worsening his injury. He went to Sochi still but his performance suffered because he didn't recover properly. The situation, of course, was different then considering the deep men's field in 2013 so he felt like he had to compete to be sent to Sochi. It's different now and Yuzu doesn't need Nationals to be chosen so he doesn't need to force himself to compete before he's ready. Kobayashi's words from the translation above kind of makes me think she's aware of that situation and probably doesn't want a repeat. It also seems they're waiting and willing to accommodate Yuzu's requests.
  8. General Yuzuru chat

    I come back from a weekend working and a badly slept night to wake up to the news Yuzu still hasn't recovered enough for on ice training. The universe really isn't making it easy on him, is it?
  9. General Yuzuru chat

    And he's competed steadily the past 3 years so he has great points from all seasons. Nathan's WS isn't higher because he missed out on half a season post-nationals in 2016 due to injury. However, he has now surpassed Patrick Chan in WS so this means PChiddy won't be making the last group in the SP at Olys unless Mikhail doesn't go.
  10. General Yuzuru chat

    World Standings matter for only two things: SP draw/group order (the higher the rank the later the group you skate in) and bragging rights, I guess?
  11. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    Because 2.51 isn't technically 1s overtime. It's 11s since the SP should be 2.40 in length, with +/- 10s as a leeway. So I guess it was really pushing it. Still kind of a stupid deduction to make.
  12. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    The thing is, Nathan and Shoma had a prime opportunity to build on their momentum towards Olys here, in the absence of Yuzu and Javi (and Patrick). And they didn't really run with it.
  13. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    @kaerb serving the humor as always:
  14. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    And Yuzu recovering well and coming back strong. Add that too. In case the skating Gods are listening.
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