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Moria Polonius

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  1. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    What restrictions were put in place?
  2. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    Yeah, they should get called out for that. Maybe they should make it mechanical: once TP rules it a fall, the machjne automatically assignes a -3/4
  3. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    With the way they're skating, it's unlikely.
  4. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    He's gonna lose with Shoma on PCS, doesn't he. And this time I think he was just as good as Shoma.
  5. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    Mika's GOE on the lutz was -3.77 - how could any judge not count that as a fall? And GOE better than Jason?
  6. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    I usually like Voronov but that was a boring program.
  7. [2017] GPF - Men SP & FS

    He deserved great pcs, it was a really good performance. Still, it's only 44, has he ever got over 45/90?
  8. [2017] GPF - Pairs SP & FS

    The commentators already say that they can't concentrate on the program due to following the TES box... I don't mind though, at least not in Pairs. Good performamce from Ksenia and Fedor though.
  9. Mods, if you think the topic is too hot, just delete it. Well, sad news: Russia as a country has been excluded from the 2018 Olympic Games. The athletes will be allowed to compete under the neutral flag as "Olympic Athletes from Russia". The big question is, will they though? Will all of them give it a pass? Will some of them choose to go? If they do choose to go, what rules will apply to who can compete, will "Olympic Athletes from Russia" inherit Russia's slots or will they be treated as a new country with one skater allowed? Something else entirely? If they choose not to go, which seems very likely, will their slots be redistributed to skaters from other countries? Is there an alternate list?
  10. General Yuzuru chat

    I think so... In Poland education is compulsory until 18 meaning a person must remain at school until that age, unless they finish all 12 grades earlier. No dropping out for us. And a full master's course at uni takes 5 years in most fields, so people are usually not fully graduated until 23/24... I never knew that in other countries you it could be done by the age of 19/20!
  11. General Yuzuru chat

    In my country (Poland) compulsory pre-uni education takes 12 years, which normally makes applicants 18/19 years, like in the UK.
  12. I bet he is, considering that Yuzu withdrew. Patrick would have most likely won it.
  13. That's pretty harsh - risking a top skater like that. Damn. I never thought I'd feel sorry for Med. "Go skating on your fractured foot because Russian Fed /our school wants medals, never mind that you might bomb because of your injury, get no medals, damage your reputation and risk your Olympic chances." Argh. I hope I'm wrong and Eteri and Russian fed will be reasonable and not pressure her unnecessarily.
  14. I'm confused, why would it make a difference who takes her place? Zagitova's most likely to win in Med's absence anyway. Edit: Thanks Yata, I'll move my question!
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