2013 World Team Trophy - Ladies SP

Discussion in 'Kiss And Cry 2014-2015' started by Sylvia, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. 4rkidz

    4rkidz plotting, planning and travelling

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    I agree, there has to be some reward for doing the harder jumps and triple triples.. if all the second group had done triple double their pcs would have been higher too as would not have had fall deductions and wouldn't have affected their programs.. so nice to see Sotnikova in first because she did the most risk with a clean triple triple and really fast solid spins.. if we went back to the old system we would have no technical progress because clean and pretty would win.. this way it remains a 'sport'..
     
  2. 4rkidz

    4rkidz plotting, planning and travelling

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    Im glad that its tight at the top, makes it really exciting and adds more drama.. I wish all the groups were closer.. Im glad Japan is doing well as they will get zero for pairs so will lose 7 points so good that the women did their job!
     
  3. Sylvia

    Sylvia Fretting that Worlds is over...

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  4. Jammers

    Jammers Well-Known Member

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    Not sure why Gracie can't skate a clean SP with the exception of COR since it requires only 4 total jumps. She might be right at the top with a clean SP since she got level 4's on steps and spins. It just looks like she rushes to much. Girl needs to slow down a bit.
     
  5. morqet

    morqet Well-Known Member

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    Surprised Gold didn't get a < call on her combo, but amazing effort on the levels for the top 3 ladies.
     
  6. Sylvia

    Sylvia Fretting that Worlds is over...

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  7. Maofan7

    Maofan7 Retired From FSU (Work Commitments)

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    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - RESULT & VIDEOS

    1. Adelina SOTNIKOVA (RUS) - 67.13 Short Program
    2. Akiko SUZUKI (JPN) - 66.56 Short Program
    3. Gracie GOLD (USA) - 60.98 Short Program, 2nd Copy
    4. Ashley WAGNER (USA) - 59.77 Short Program
    5. Mao ASADA (JPN) - 59.39 Short Program
    6. Mae Berenice MEITE (FRA) - 58.51 Short Program
    7. Kaetlyn OSMOND (CAN) - 55.18 Short Program
    8. Kexin ZHANG (CHN) - 54.97 Short Program
    9. Zijun LI (CHN) - 53.16 Short Program
    10. Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA (RUS) - 49.94 Short Program
    11. Lenaelle GILLERON-GORRY (FRA) - 49.41
    12. Gabrielle DALEMAN (CAN) - 48.82 Short Program
     
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  8. attyfan

    attyfan Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Maofan7!!!
     
  9. ioana

    ioana Well-Known Member

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    Akiko :cheer2:. It would be very nice to see her end her season on a strong note in the long.Especially after that :fragile:-worthy showing in London
     
  10. Marco

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    WHAT DID I SAY ABOUT WAGNER'S 3/3?!?! It's not going to work on the first try of the season. Funny that she said she made the same mistake on the 2axel last year because that's the first thing I thought of too! Also, someone needs to tell her just one spread eagle is not sufficient as "steps before the triple jump".

    Great for Sotnikova and thrilled to see the crowd get excited about Suzuki's semi hydroblade!

    Gold's PCS is quite high, compared to Osmond.

    And finally I am glad Meite is getting some love from the judges finally! Wonderful jumps!
     
  11. Skittl1321

    Skittl1321 Well-Known Member

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    It seems like the best way for this to happen is for the judges to reflect it in her scores. Her coach should be smart enough to pick that up. If they don't- there is no reason to change what she is doing. Based on the GOE for her solo triple, they don't seem to mind.
     
  12. kwanatic

    kwanatic Well-Known Member

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    She does a few steps before the spread eagle but the entry is difficult enough that it doesn't seem to matter much.
     
  13. Maofan7

    Maofan7 Retired From FSU (Work Commitments)

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    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - RESULT & VIDEOS (Updated)

    1. Adelina SOTNIKOVA (RUS) - 67.13 Short Program, 2nd Copy
    2. Akiko SUZUKI (JPN) - 66.56 Short Program
    3. Gracie GOLD (USA) - 60.98 Short Program, 2nd Copy
    4. Ashley WAGNER (USA) - 59.77 Short Program
    5. Mao ASADA (JPN) - 59.39 Short Program
    6. Mae Berenice MEITE (FRA) - 58.51 Short Program
    7. Kaetlyn OSMOND (CAN) - 55.18 Short Program
    8. Kexin ZHANG (CHN) - 54.97 Short Program
    9. Zijun LI (CHN) - 53.16 Short Program
    10. Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA (RUS) - 49.94 Short Program, 2nd Copy
    11. Lenaelle GILLERON-GORRY (FRA) - 49.41 Short Program
    12. Gabrielle DALEMAN (CAN) - 48.82 Short Program

    Adding Lenaelle Gilleron-Gorry's SP
     
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  14. AndyWarhol

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    they seem tired.
     
  15. mgobluegirl

    mgobluegirl Well-Known Member

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    The ISU needs to add a provision to award credit for the classic layback position, or it's going to go the way of the dinosaurs :(
     
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  16. Vash01

    Vash01 Fan of Julia, Elena, Anna, Liza, and Vera

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    What's happened to Liza? She seems to get tired toward the end of the season.
     
  17. Coco

    Coco Well-Known Member

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    I've always thought the basic layback position should be treated as a difficult variation of an upright spin.