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iarispiralllyof
07-21-2010, 09:33 PM
O_o I thought that blue dress she wore was beautiful and extremely elegant, understated

query5
07-22-2010, 11:13 PM
hate to disappoint, but tara only did 5 triples one ur triple loop/triple loop her 2nd triple triple never happened-she only did a triple double.
on paper triple triple, but only did a triple double.
michelle did all triples 7

olympic
07-22-2010, 11:36 PM
hate to disappoint, but tara only did 5 triples one ur triple loop/triple loop her 2nd triple triple never happened-she only did a triple double.
on paper triple triple, but only did a triple double.
michelle did all triples 7

Wasn't MK's 2d 3loop ur'd in Nagano? It looked close if it was fully rotated. Thought I read about it here once.

BmcC102
07-23-2010, 02:17 AM
hate to disappoint, but tara only did 5 triples one ur triple loop/triple loop her 2nd triple triple never happened-she only did a triple double.
on paper triple triple, but only did a triple double.
michelle did all triples 7

This is BS. :rolleyes:

blue_idealist
08-09-2010, 09:48 PM
I finally got around to re-watching the ones I forgot and doing this..

1) Tara 1998

2) Yu-Na 2010

3) Sarah 2002 (I don't get what people hate about this.)

4) Michelle 1998

5) Shizuka 2006

6) Mao 2010

7) Nancy 1994

8) Lu 1998

9) Irina 2002

10) Lu 1994

11) Oksana 94 (What was WITH those facial expressions?!)

12) Midori 1992

13) Kristi 1992

14) Michelle 2002

15) Sasha 2006

16) Joannie 2010

17) Irina 2006

18) Nancy 1992

minneapolis
08-10-2010, 12:17 AM
1. Kim 2010 gold = Kwan 1998 silver

3. Yamaguchi 1992 gold = . Lipinski 1998 gold

5. Slutskaya 2002 silver [almost GOLD]

6. Ito 1992 silver = Arakawa 2006 gold

8. Cohen 2006 silver = Kwan 2002 bronze = Slutskaya 2006 bronze

10. Kerrigan 1994 silver = Asada 2010 silver = Chen 1998 bronze = Chen 1994 bronze

14. Rochette 2010 bronze = Hughes 2002 gold

16. Baiul 1994 gold = Kerrigan 1992 bronze

neptune
08-10-2010, 10:12 AM
Sarah 2002 (I don't get what people hate about this.)

You honestly don't get what people hate about that performance??? :eek: C'mon, there are so many different reasons!!!! I mean, first there was, um, well, like.... And then there was, let's see, OK, you know....

See, that's two right there. ;)

blue_idealist
08-12-2010, 03:11 AM
You honestly don't get what people hate about that performance??? :eek: C'mon, there are so many different reasons!!!! I mean, first there was, um, well, like.... And then there was, let's see, OK, you know....

See, that's two right there. ;)

Well, I know people said the jumps were underrotated, some of them, but in general it was good, I think.

barbk
08-12-2010, 05:29 AM
Well, I know people said the jumps were underrotated, some of them, but in general it was good, I think.

I'm not nearly as bothered by the ranking of Sarah's LP as I am by how she was placed absurdly high after bombing the SP -- and that's why she won. In any kind of fair judging she would have been at least two places lower in the SP -- possibly coming in for a bronze, but no way finishing with the gold.

dawnie
08-12-2010, 05:46 AM
I agree Hughes should not have placed so high in the SP. That said, if Kwan couldn't win, I'd rather have Hughes over Slutskaya as Olympic Champion. Hair-pulling Tosca anyone? I was never a fan of Hughes either, but at least her program was decent.
In my opinion, Hughes is probably the most unmemorable ladies Olympic Champion in recent history.

blue_idealist
08-13-2010, 04:10 PM
I only vaguely recall Sarah's SP. Wasn't there a fall?

falling_dance
08-13-2010, 04:19 PM
I only vaguely recall Sarah's SP. Wasn't there a fall?

No, there were no falls. The combination was landed close to the boards and Bezic and Hamilton believed that the flip was two-footed on the landing (which I think was mistaken), but there was no hand down on or step out of any jump.

blue_idealist
08-13-2010, 06:49 PM
Oh, ok. Thanks. I don't even remember where she finished in the short either, I'm thinking 4th but I'm probably wrong again there..

falling_dance
08-13-2010, 07:27 PM
Oh, ok. Thanks. I don't even remember where she finished in the short either, I'm thinking 4th but I'm probably wrong again there..

She finished fourth in that phase, yes. The Slovakian, Canadian, and US judges had her short program in fourth place; the Danish, Italian, Belarusian, and Finnish judges had it in fifth; the German judge ranked her sixth and the Russian judge had her SP in tenth place.

smarts1
08-13-2010, 08:46 PM
She finished fourth in that phase, yes. The Slovakian, Canadian, and US judges had her short program in fourth place; the Danish, Italian, Belarusian, and Finnish judges had it in fifth; the German judge ranked her sixth and the Russian judge had her SP in tenth place.

So then wasn't she supposed to be fifth according to those ordinals?

What were Maria's ordinals? Does anyone have a website where I can see all of this?