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  1. It can be done as the solo jump, the rule only says that the 3A may not be repeated. It can also be done in combination (again, rule says Axel jump may not be repeated).
  2. Well, given that he said he was impressed by the score he got at Nationals, I think he knew how Nathan was doing. Which interview are you referring to? Protocols (under Judges Score): http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1819/wc2019/index.htm
  3. Not true. Depends entirely on the school. It's mostly based on credits. At my college, a regular courseload was 16 credits, or 4 classes. Some classes were 1 credit (such as labs for chemistry or biology) or 2 credits (music performance). How hard each semester was depended entirely on the classes you picked. That said, I took 18-20 on average and worked about 15 hrs/wk, so it's manageable. Engineering students usually ended up taking at least 18 because of labs. And I'll clarify that I didn't go to an Ivy, I went to a school that was in the next tier below (an Ivy rejects school, basically), but they're all pretty similar. I wouldn't really say college here was hard, though. When I moved here for school I expected it to be much harder than it turned out to be. American high schools are probably harder than college. I agree with @Veveco about the more impressive thing being long-distance training, though, not very many people could do that.
  4. I'm glad my mom likes Yuzu. I even showed her my other favorites (like Jason) and she said she still liked Yuzu's style better. Then today I showed her the gif of him helping the mascot at the gala and she said he's so cute and wants one "just like him." Ah, don't we all, mom, don't we all...
  5. Nathan did deserve to win, but considering his "skating skills" now match Yuzu's, according to the judges, I guess the only way quality skating will win is if there's a 4A. I guess this is the last time I watch a competition. In the future I will only watch programs of skaters I like after it's over.
  6. Unfortunately, I have a skating lesson on Sunday, so that won't be me Don't skate while hungover, it's a bad idea. Totally not speaking from experience there.
  7. I admire her. She's far braver and stronger than a 19-year-old should have to be. I don't think her skating is the best, but she puts her heart into it. In general, I think she's adorable and a very nice kid. Is it wrong to like her for that? Liking a skater does not mean you agree with the scores or even like all aspects of their skating. Nor do I see the problem in liking skaters for different reasons. My favorite from junior men is Koshiro Shimada, who is not really a polished skater in any way, at least not yet, but he's a ray of sunshine. He sometimes gets the Stephane boost. Should I dislike him for that? In any case, I really don't understand what liking Yuzu has anything to do with it
  8. Even in practice videos it looks like a glorified triple to me...
  9. Oh, you mean in general, thought it was about Alina. Yeaaaaah, glad I didn't watch live... This sport just keeps pissing me off Kaori
  10. I'm embarrassed to say that's exactly where my mind went
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