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  1. Zuzu's titles
    General Yuzuru Chat
    1 hour ago, rockstaryuzu said:

    Yuzuru Hanyu, Father of 4As

     

    Not even Khaleesi could compete with THIS list of names and titles  :LOL:

    Spoiler

    Yuzu Wingborn of House Hanyu, Emperor of Figure Skating, Protector of competitive Skating, Spirit of the Olympics, Pride of Japan, Survivor of Tohoku, Son of TCC, Breaker of Records, Blogger of Beauty, Smasher of Gloves, Mother of Pooh and Father of Nessie. The Man, the Myth, the Legend.

     


  2. x glossary
    Fantasy on Ice 2019 in TOYAMA
    1 hour ago, Figure_Frenzy said:

     

    ...please do and count me in as the Super Saiyan Hair™ lover as well 😏

     

    3 hours ago, Frenchkiss70 said:

    Yes!!! And I will fight anyone hating on The Hair :snapoutofit:

     

    @Yuzurella @Sayu93 @4Nessie

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  3. X glossary
    Fantasy on Ice 2019 in TOYAMA
    56 minutes ago, KatjaThera said:

    Maxim also wore the red/pink one :knc_yuzu2:

    I wonder who decides who wears what... must be fun

    and maybe it's poetic justice :68468287: 

     

    Javi instead, having already worn pink in competition (the original bowling shirt!) was given the superior version of Flowy Do-S (was he? It would be embarrassing if I remembered the wrong thing)...

    don't mind me, I just have a general dislike for pink LOL in oly season Maria Sotskova's costume kinda was my nightmare 😅 with some exceptions of course I'm kinda giving a pass to 7 Rings too...the first time I saw it it hurt my eyes tho)

     

    54 minutes ago, Sabrina said:

    Wow 130 replies since I visited PH the last time ! I thought that there would be a few new pics but sadly there are none ! 

    It looks like we got content when we were like...drowing in other things or running to catch other broadcasts. Now that we actually have time to fully appreciate things we're left to languish 😱

     

    ...

     

    In the meanwhile, if you haven't given your opinion about Planet Glossary new entries DO IT:hachimaki:

    Joking 

    Maybe

    Not

    Ok, joking

     

    ETA: I'm warning y'all tho, I'm not going to give up on KuriMemo EVER sorry :goat:

    Btw there can be multiple entries for the same thing. For example WoW and Requiem costumes have multiple names...

    ETA2: actually, calling the program Crystal Memories just Crystal as @Yuzurella said is quite straightforward, I think we can easily agree on that (still keeping KuriMemo tho...LOL my phone already suggests it to me when typing Ku, proud of that):tumblr_inline_mg16go8gBg1qdlkyg:

    Mask for Masquerade would be straightforward too, or...Masq. literally Masquerade shortened, who cares for grammar anyway :P

     


  4. X glossary
    Fantasy on Ice 2019 in TOYAMA
    1 hour ago, SuzyQ said:

    I can't already follow the thread. I've just come from the Kobe broadcast.

    Has this been already posted?

     

     

     

    I'm not sure if it was already posted or if we only had snippets or such, but anyway: :thanks:

     

    now,

    FLUFF TO THE RESCUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the satellites self-made kind of fluff though, not the :jumpingyellow:"YAY FOOTAGE YAY" kind of fluff:P

     

    the time for out VERY IMPORTANT CHOICES has come, satellites!

     

    quoting myself for background:

    On 6/10/2019 at 12:54 AM, LadyLou said:

    well, you'll have the great honor of contributing to our Planet glossary:tumblr_inline_ncmif5EcBB1rpglid:

    Cheers!:drinks:

     

    btw, we have some VERY IMPORTANT CHOICES to make:

    • do we call the Kobe OP costumes "flowy Do-S"? tbh looking at the only clear pic we have I have my doubts about it being really Do-S:tumblr_inline_ncmifdw7151rpglid:
    • can we call the 4Lz both "beautiful snake" and "Lutzifer"?:devil3: the first looks quite popular on twitter, Lutzifer is 100% Planet
    • is CM costume "crystal fairy" or "lamp" or "white salad"? (can't remember the other names ETA: wasn't something like disco ball thrown around too?:68468287:)
    • is the Masquerade costume "Pudding" for real?:eek:
    • do we really want to nickname the Makuhari ED costumes with the ruffly beard "Oreo" costume?:176:
    • are the Kobe ED costumes going to go down in history as "bowling shirts"?
    • do we have a name for the fishnet costume of Makuhari OP? I don't think so, but we don't need to give names to everything Yuzu wears so that's fine...
    • WE SERIOUSLY NEED A DIFFERENT ACRONYM FOR CRYSTAL MEMORIES! CM is honestly so confusing when you don't know the context:facepalm:
    • do we have a nickname for Masquerade the program? since it's quite long to type:68468287: especially when a satellite is frantically typing while watching a livestream)

    since we still lack some proper pics and vids, and since it's likely this thread won't be read as much now that the Kobe shows have ended, I'm gonna repost later in the Toyama thread. Hopefully, by then we'll have more sources to make an informed choice...and since these are very relevant issues, as many satellites as possible should take responsability for the madness contribute :hachimaki:

     

    so, here we go with our VERY IMPORTANT CHOICES. Please share your opinion abou the following:

    1. are the Kobe&Toyama OP costumes "flowy Do-S"? I think this is an easy call:67638860:  origin and ispiration
    2. can we call the 4Lz both "beautiful snake" and "Lutzifer"?:devil3: the first looks quite popular on twitter, Lutzifer is 100% Planet
    3. is CM costume "crystal fairy" or "lamp" or "white salad"? (can't remember the other names ETA: wasn't something like "disco ball" thrown around too?:68468287:)
    4. is the Masquerade costume "Pudding" for real?:eek: credit and short explanation and long explanation
    5. is Makuhari&Sendai ED costume with the ruffly bearded costume "Prince Oreo"?:176: I mean, the black version does look like Oreo... afaik the first mention on the Planet is from this tweet, not sure where it all started, but we know this
    6. are the Kobe ED costumes going to go down in history as "bowling shirts"? first time it was mentioned here
    7. do we agree that fishnet floral costume of Makuhari&Sendai OP is..."fishnet"? very straightforward and easy to remember, for sure
    8. WE SERIOUSLY NEED A DIFFERENT ACRONYM FOR CRYSTAL MEMORIES! CM is honestly so confusing when you don't know the context:facepalm:
    9. do we have a nickname for Masquerade the program? Since it's kinda..long to type LOL. There's Pudding of the Opera but that's...even longer LMAO

    some suggestions:biggrin:

    especially for n.8 (alternative name for Crystal Memory) and 9 (alternative name for Masquerade):

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 1:11 AM, Paskud said:

    LADY Lutzifer:tumblr_inline_mqt4gvxBXC1qz4rgp:

     

    I like crystal candy.  Let's continue sweets theme. :tumblr_inline_mto5i7Wpxr1qid2nw:

     

    Yes, pudding. Any problems?:tumblr_inline_mzx8xsVPrg1r8msi5:

     

    Crystal Candy:tumblr_inline_mzx8s4JRlX1r8msi5:

     

    easy, Pudding of the Opera :68468287:

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 1:31 AM, fyere0 said:

    Crystal fairy bc it goes with sakura fairy?

    Prince Oreo. It needs the royal title. Because the ruffles.

    CM confuses me too sometimes because I see people use CM for 'commercial'.....

    RotP (Revenge/Return of the Phantom, Star Wars style). :68468287:

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 6:37 AM, rockstaryuzu said:

    Crystal Memories = CryMem. Could become 'CryMeme' too, actually. 

     

    'Pudding of the Opera' --> short form 'PudOTO'? Aka 🥔:ohmygod:

     

     

    And yes, the black and white monstrosity should be 'Prince Oreo' for sure. 

     

    I think we should try to stick with edible names for now. On account of Zu being that delicious 

     

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 6:02 AM, faeline said:

    - About Cystal Memories, how about Crystal-chan? or Chandelier?

    - About Masquerade - Mask-sama? The-Mass-Murder-Skate-of-2019? Population-Explosion-in-Fanyu-Heaven?

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 6:26 AM, 4Nessie said:

    I love Crystal-chan!

    Can we make it MasQ-sama?

     

    On 6/10/2019 at 6:53 AM, Noelle said:

    I saw Crystal Memories referred to as クリメモ or KuriMemo on Japanese twitter... it sounds kinda cute!

     

    I admit I am quite partial to KuriMemo, it makes me go:tumblr_inline_mm2wbaeqQM1qz4rgp:

    tbh I'd even go for KM as acronym for the program (K also resembles the sound of the C in Crystal more :P but since no one would understand I guess it wouldn't be much useful. We'll just keep being confused by CM

     

     


  5. Fantasy on Ice 2019 in KOBE
    Fantasy on Ice 2019 in KOBE
    7 hours ago, Henni147 said:

     

    I just can't stop laughing right now. Never expected ©Lutzifer to become such a hit   :xD:

    well, you'll have the great honor of contributing to our Planet glossary:tumblr_inline_ncmif5EcBB1rpglid:

    Cheers!:drinks:

     

    btw, we have some VERY IMPORTANT CHOICES to make:

    • do we call the Kobe OP costumes "flowy Do-S"? tbh looking at the only clear pic we have I have my doubts about it being really Do-S:tumblr_inline_ncmifdw7151rpglid:
    • can we call the 4Lz both "beautiful snake" and "Lutzifer"?:devil3: the first looks quite popular on twitter, Lutzifer is 100% Planet
    • is CM costume "crystal fairy" or "lamp" or "white salad"? (can't remember the other names ETA: wasn't something like disco ball thrown around too?:68468287:)
    • is the Masquerade costume "Pudding" for real?:eek:
    • do we really want to nickname the Makuhari ED costumes with the ruffly beard "Oreo" costume?:176:
    • are the Kobe ED costumes going to go down in history as "bowling shirts"?
    • do we have a name for the fishnet costume of Makuhari OP? I don't think so, but we don't need to give names to everything Yuzu wears so that's fine...
    • WE SERIOUSLY NEED A DIFFERENT ACRONYM FOR CRYSTAL MEMORIES! CM is honestly so confusing when you don't know the context:facepalm:
    • do we have a nickname for Masquerade the program? since it's quite long to type:68468287: especially when a satellite is frantically typing while watching a livestream)

    since we still lack some proper pics and vids, and since it's likely this thread won't be read as much now that the Kobe shows have ended, I'm gonna repost later in the Toyama thread. Hopefully, by then we'll have more sources to make an informed choice...and since these are very relevant issues, as many satellites as possible should take responsability for the madness contribute :hachimaki:

     

    4 hours ago, fyere0 said:

     

    Finlandia 2013 watching Yuzu: pjBHhE7.png

     

     

    Scott was being a nice friend and sizing up Patrick's competition :biggrin:

    (I like to think that he had a moment of "oh s***" on Patrick's behalf when watching that SE-counter 3A combo in the second half)

    but no character development is as fullfilling as Patrick's:tumblr_inline_mg16go8gBg1qdlkyg: I'd love to see he and Yuzu sharing the ice again... the few interaction on camera in the last few seasons were sooooo cute and heartwarming:tumblr_inline_n18qr5lPWB1qid2nw:


  6. gorigori skating
    General Yuzuru Chat

     


  7. The Daily Spread Eagle
    General Yuzuru Chat

    The editor Poohs have been diligently working to recover the Daily Spread Eagle's editions right after that legendary free skate (unofficial reports presume that they were misplaced during the Pooh Hunny Riots of 2018) and have unearthed two hunny stained copies:

    23 minutes ago, Hydroblade said:

    pyeongchang-2018-olympics-logo-A44E48654|February 17, 2018

    THE DAILY SPREAD EAGLE


    %E3%83%95%E3%82%A3%E3%82%AE%E3%83%A5%E3%

    King Hanyu wins his second Olympic title

    By Hydroblade

    With an outstanding performance that moved the whole world, King Hanyu skated to the top of the podium at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

    Gliding to the sound of bewitching taiko drums and mystical rhythms, the King overcame the difficulties that appeared on his path to glory during this season, cementing his status as the Greatest Of All Time🐐. Prime Minister Pooh was still unable to attend, although his presence was felt in the most glorious of Pooh rains observed until now that was cast upon the Gangneung Ice Arena, among the cheers of the crowd who had the privilege of supporting the King in his most important battle yet.  

    In a public ceremonyu, the King received his second Olympic Gold Medal, a feat that was seen for the first time 66 years ago.

     

    This event had repercussions on our planet, in the form of a joyous Mt. Irene eruption which contained glittering Gold dust, a faint and sweet chocolate scent, and an unknown teal colored powder that vanished the whole paprika population of the planet. The altars set up on the planet's various rinks were reported to shine and the Pooh Special Forces had to be called, as the minion Poohs staying in the King's palaces began to riot and threatened the planet's hunny supply.

     

    We extend our congratulations to the King, hoping for his health and looking forward to his feathery form at the Exhibition Gala.

     

    4 minutes ago, Hydroblade said:

    Sunday April 15, 2018

    THE DAILY SPREAD EAGLE


    A total success: Continues~with wings~, the King's special Celebration Party.

    By Hydrobladelarge.jpg

    The three-day long special party hosted by King Hanyu in Tokyo, Japan, was a complete success.
    With important figures that have inspired our King's prosperous reign, eager crowds witnessed his return to the ice.
    According to our previous information, the King wasn't going to be able to skate during the celebrations, due to the injury he sustained last year. However, he presented a no-jump version of past programs complete with the original costumes, which evoked a sense of nostalgia and pride among the crowds.
    Prime Minister Pooh, who was watching from the sides, spoke for the first time in his newly restored tissue box cover version. "It has been amazing to watch the Yuzu recreate such important moments such as his first senior program, Romeo and Juliet 1 and of course, Parisienne Walkways. I hope that everyone feels that same happiness of looking at how far he's come since he was a noodly little prince."
     
    The King invited kids to ask him questions on stage, showing us his kind big brother side, as well as a brief talk show with his idols. He also demonstrated some of his signatures moves, with the help of Takahito Mura.
     
    "Next time we see each other, I will be jumping" Declared King Hanyu on the last day with a mischievous smile, making everyone hope that that day will come very soon.
     
     

    You can read past editions here


  8. white tee
    General Yuzuru Chat

    they still uses the white shirt pic tho :laughing:


  9. General Yuzuru Chat
    General Yuzuru Chat

    :5a7ce9d358326_offtopic1: Someone uploaded the entire gala (in 1080p quality) on youtube!

    Spoiler

     

     


  10. tech links
    Ice skating FAQ and introductions for new fans

    :whiteflag: This is a simple and easy to read series of posts about Figure skating:

    http://chibura.tumblr.com/post/15355390 ... skating-in

     

    This post make it easy to understand about turns and steps: 

    http://the-real-xmonster.tumblr.com/post/162905929409/turns-and-steps-explained-12

     

    And part 2 http://the-real-xmonster.tumblr.com/post/163068736314/turns-and-steps-explained-22

     

    If you have questions about skating technique, jumps and how judges give out scores, please share your questions here.

     

     


  11. gkelly on TR and crossovers
    General Skating Chat
    22 minutes ago, PapiandPooh421 said:

    Oh..Don't know there's this so called continuity of movements. Pardon me if I'll ask this but, does the judging in that requirement can be literally based on what it's called, as in continuous and smooth flow on the ice?

     

    I write you down here the answer that @gkelly gave me on GS forums (one of the few persons there and not here, that I find a reliable and interesting source):

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    "And the "continuity of movements" criterion that was added to the Transitions guidelines last year (in place of "intricacy") means that even if the skater is doing something really simple such as crossovers, if they flow continuously from one element to another that's worth more than starting and stopping and lurching and squaring off and telegraphing.
    So it is possible to deserve high transitions scores even with lots of crossovers, but not if the only thing between the elements is crossovers (because then there would be no variety or difficulty)".

     

    I asked also about the statement of Wong and she (I think is a she) said:

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    "My understanding is that crossovers, especially their quality, are considered in the Skating Skills component, not under Transitions.
    I referred to all the SS criteria that relate to crossovers in answer to your question about how to evaluate the quality. I left out the mentions of steps and turns and one-foot skating because they don't apply to crossovers".

     

    My oher question: "And just moving the head during crossovers is really to be counted as turns or in general difficult steps on one foot?"

    Quote

    Her answer: "NO. It counts as body movements. Transitions include things like steps and turns, unlisted jumps, "field moves" (spirals, spread eagles, etc.), and body movements. It's possible to do body movements during crossovers, so a program with many crossovers could be gaining some credit for Transitions during those crossovers."

     

    If you wanna read the details of the entire conversation between us you can find it in the "Structure of Zagitova's Free Skate" thread on GS.


  12. fireovertheice's table
    General Skating Chat

     

    As it has been said by others, I do not think that there is a problem of backloading or of an unbalanced program as the structure and the coreography have an unity and an original idea at their basis to interpret the music cuts of the music chosen (see the ISU defintion for this part of the scores for Composition) and as long as the skater is able to perform it well all through its lenght. 

     

    It is the same problem of the number and intricacy of transitions, or the number of quads. In my opinion it depends not so much by their number or distribution, but in how well they are or could be performed and in how well the fit all together and with the music. And here the ability of the coreographer and of the skaters are of much relevance.

    Just these days while counting the transitions and crossovers I looked also at their distribution in the programs of men and this led me to observe better also their structure.

     

    I will post here in a first table the first results of these counts and observations on the men's FS at the competions of GP of this season until now (I will do something better in a spreadsheet with the average of the two competitions before the GPF). In the % time of one foot skating on the total time of one foot skating (values in the first row) I didn't report the few seconds at the beginning of the programs, because they are a couple to four seconds max  for all skaters.

    With "Trans. I" meant the transitions between jumps in the first part of the program, and so with "Trans. II" those of the second part.

     

    Type of data Y.H./CoR J.F./IdF M.K./CoC N.C./CoR B.J./CoC S.U./SC J.B./SC
    Jumps layout

    3* quads

    1 4T+3T

    1 + (1) trips

    1 3A

    1 3A+comb

    2 quads

    1 4S+2T

    2 trips

    1 3A

    1 3A+comb

    1 3F+L+3S

    2 quads

    1 4T+3T

    2 trips

    1 3A

    1 3A+comb

    1 3Lz+L+3S

    3* quads

    1 4Lz+3T

    1 4T+2T+2Lo

    1 trip

    1 3A

    1 3A+comb

    3 quads

    1 4T+comb

    1 trip

    1 3A

    1 3A+L+3S

    1 3Lz+3T

    3 quads

    1 4T+2T

    1 trip

    1 3A

    1 3A+L+3F

    1 3S+3T

    1 quad

    2 trips

    1 3A, 1 2A

    1 3A+comb

    1 3Lz+L+3S

    1 3Lz+2T

    Tot. time 1f.skating 56 secs 37 secs 40 secs 37 secs 42 secs 40 secs 49.50 secs
    Nr. 1f. revolutions 35 34 28 25 28 24 34
    Nr. crossovers 28 29 30 44 36 54 38
    % 1f.sk. Trans. I 21.42 9.45 12.50 21.60 17.85 15.00 18.18
    Tot. time 1f.sk. Trans. I 13.60 secs 3.5 secs 5 secs 7.99 secs 7.49 secs 6 secs 9 secs
    % 1f.sk. Trans. II 12.50 18.91 22.50 21.60 16.66 17.50 18.18*
    Tot. time 1f.sk. Trans. II 7 secs 7 secs 9 secs 7.99 secs 6.99 secs 7 secs 9 secs*
    % 1f.sk. StSq 41.96 27.00 50.00 54.05 33.30 50.00 40.40
    Tot. time 1f.sk. StSq 23.49 secs 10 secs 20 secs 19.99 secs 13.99 secs 20 secs 20 secs
    % 1f.sk. ChSq 21.42 32.43 8.75 2.70 27.30 5.00 22.20
    Tot. time 1f.sk. ChSq 11.99 secs 12 secs 3.5 secs 1 sec. 11.46 secs 2 secs 11 secs
    SS / TR scores 9.54 / 9.18 9.43 / 9.07 8.89 / 8.57 8.96 / 8.57 8.21 / 7.54 9.29 / 8.89 8.86 / 9.04
    PCS scores 94.38 92.36 87.14 88.40 78.78 91.16 90.66

     

    As you can see in some elements and in some part of the program  the difference of Yuzuru and the others is evident. He skates more (a lot more...) than the others on one foot, and also changing direction on one foot more than the others. Nevertheless, he is one of the fastest skaters and with one of the most complex and difficult programs if terms of jumps layout.

     

    What is amazing is also the well balanced distribution of one foot steps and transitions throughout the program of Yuzu. The value of the first set is equal of the last one (a sort di circular structure), with a strong part in the StSq that anyway leave energy not only to jump in the second part, but also to give a strong and rich performance in the Coreographic Sequence.

     

    This led me to look better the Choreo Sequences of the others: I invite you to so the same, if you do not have done it.

    I have to say that the ChoreoSequences of Nathan and of Shoma are substantially a Spread Eagle (hold 2 secs) in the first case and a Cantilever (hold 2 secs) in the second plus one step or turn and crossovers. Something better Kolyada, while Jin is the only one to try to do more steps and turns in a real sequence.

    In the ChSq Yuzuru not only does steps and turns on one foot and the Hydroblade on one foot (hold 2 secs), but also the Ina Bauer (hold 2 secs).

    I know that part of these elements are rewarded also in TES and with GOE.  But if we speak of balance and of unity of the programs, we have to look not just to the distribution of the jumps, but also of all the others elements (see for example the spins: mostly at the end of the program for Kolyada and Chen) and transitions, or the lenght, the pattern and the complexity of the choreographic sequence.

     

    You can see here how the coreographers and the skaters have build those programs to follow their idea of the program, but also to highlight the strenghts and to to "hide" the weaknesses of the skaters, as it is right to be.

     

    It would be interesting if someone could try to count and to analyze the programs of the top ladies (I really can't :)).

     

    Sorry for the long post :headdesk:.

     

    Edit. 1: on the basis of some of your observations and questions, I added the total/absolute time of one foot skating for the different parts of the program (Trans. I, Trans. II, StSq and ChSq) under the percentage on the total amount. I hope it is clearer in this way. If not, let me know.

    * Jason Brown have a different distribution of spins, that break transitions and jumps/elements in 3 parts: I reunited the 2nd and the 3rd part in Trans. II to make the comparison with the others.

    Edit. 2: I added Javier after IdF


  13. possible Tech panel for Olys Men
    General Skating Chat
    10 hours ago, MrPudding said:

     

     

    Technical panel at CoC 2017, Ladies - Short & Free Program: http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1718/gpchn2017/SEG003OF.HTM

     

    If this is true, I just checked the previous partecipation of the Italian technical controller, Ms. Raffaella Locatelli: at CoC she was also with Konstantin Kostin, that was with her in the technical panel for the men FS at Boston Worlds in 2016 too > Worlds 2016 - Men Free Program: http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1516/wc2016/SEG002OF.HTM ; they were again together in the tech panel at the European Champ. 2017 for men >   http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1617/ec2017/SEG002OF.HTM

     

    Previously Ms. Locatelli  has been also in the technical panel for men at Worlds 2014. This year she was also Lombardia Trophy 2017, but in the panel for Ladies and Pairs: http://www.isu.org/docman-documents-links/isu-files/event-documents/figure-skating-4/2017-18-6/challenger-series-3/protocols-59/15081-cs-ita-lombardia-trophy-protocol/file

     

    Mr. Kostin (USA) was also in the techical panel for Ladies  Free skating at JO 2017: http://www.isu.org/docman-documents-links/isu-files/event-documents/figure-skating-4/2017-18-6/international-4/protocols-53/15106-japanopen2017-protocol/file

     

    Mr. Ricardo Olaivarreta (Mexico), was also in the tech panel of the ladies at Worlds 2017: http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1617/wc2017/SEG003OF.HTM

     

    One of the last assignment of Ms. Beth Crane before Coc this year has been the JGP at Egna, Italy, as technical controller for the ladies: http://www.isuresults.com/results/season1718/jgpita2017/jgpita2017_protocol.pdf?

    She resulted also among the Canadian officials (not judging) at this year Skate Canada: https://skatecanada.ca/2017/10/regina-ready-to-welcome-skaters-from-around-the-world-for-2017-skate-canada-international/

     

    To me it seems more probable Locatelli and Kostin, who have already be in tech panel for men, than the others two. We will see (but Ambesi usually knows well what he says...).

     


  14. timing of SEIMEI 2.0
    General Yuzuru Chat

    So, on slightly different topics: today, reading some of your post about the time between Yuzuru jumps in SEIMEI, plus all the question of one foot skating, I made some calculations of the timing of this program in the last COR.

     

    This is the result:

    In.Step. Seq.: 20.5 sec.

    1st jump (4Lutz: 2.80 sec.) + 22 sec. ca > 2nd jump (3 Loop: 2.10) + 8.30 sec. >  3rd jump (3Flip: 2.50 sec.)

    1st Comb. Spin (FCCOSp4): 23 sec.

    Step Seq (StSq3).: 50 sec. + transit. 16 sec.

    4th jump (4 salchow: 2.40 sec.) + 17.50 sec. > 5th jump (pop 2T: 1.50 sec.) + 16 sec. > 6th jump (combination 4T+3T: 4 sec.) + 3.50 sec. > 7th jump (3Axel+ 2T: 2.90 sec.) + 5.50 > 8th jump (3Axel: 2.40 sec.)

    2nd Comb. Spin (FCSSp4): 13.80 sec.

    Choreo Sequence (ChSq1): 33.40 sec.

    3rd Comb. Spin (CCOSp4): 17.50 sec.

     

    More in general:

    One foot skating in step and choreo sequences + various transition elements): almost 58.40/59.00 sec.

    Jump time (obviously, beginning and landing on one foot): almost 20.60/21.00 sec.

    Spinning time on one foot: 54.30 sec.

    Total: almost 2.22/23 minutes on one foot, i.e. half of the time of the program (= 4.44 min. based on the rough calculation above)

    To note: the timing in the jumps and between some of them, especially the last axels

     

    Edit: P.S. Some difficoult transitions or coreographic movements on two feet, such as the ina bauer or the spread eagles and so forth, are not included in the last calculations, but one can not forget them thinking about the complexity and the difficulty of this program.


  15. Yuzu arm variations
    General Skating Chat

    @LadyLou / @Summer, I think I've posted it before but in case someone missed it (the gen yuzu thread moves at a faster rate than the gen skating thread after all :biggrin:)

     

    Yuzu's 2T with helicopter arms

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    Yuzu's 3Lz-2T(with arms on the waist)

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    Yuzu's 2S with helicopter arms

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  16. Xeyra's Ladies BV and SB table.
    General Skating Chat

    If anyone's interested, I posted this at the predictions thread but I'm bringing it here too. I made a Ladies BV and SB table. I've updated it since the version I posted earlier, adding Anna Pogo, because stupidly I didn't add her before, as well as updated Marin's SP BV to the one she attempted at practice in SC. I will update it as necessary. 


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