Chan, Lambiel, Lysacek, Joubert, Tak, who had best and poorest career

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Andofanatic, Mar 18, 2013.

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Best and worst career out of Chan, Lambiel, Joubert, Lysacek, Tak

  1. Chan best career, Lysacek worst

    14.0%
  2. Chan best career, Joubert worst

    15.5%
  3. Chan best career, Takahashi worst

    3.4%
  4. Lambiel best career, Lysacek worst

    15.0%
  5. Lambiel best career, Joubert worst

    5.8%
  6. Lambiel best career, Takahashi worst

    1.9%
  7. Takahashi best career, Lysacek worst

    15.5%
  8. Takahashi best career, Joubert worst

    2.4%
  9. Lysacek best career, Takahashi or Lambiel worst

    3.9%
  10. Lysacek best career, Joubert worst

    15.0%
  11. Joubert best career, Takahashi or Lambiel worst

    1.0%
  12. Joubert best career, Lysacek worst

    6.8%
  1. judgejudy27

    judgejudy27 Well-Known Member

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    The only one who can possibly be above Lysacek is Chan who probably is. Hanyu has the same career as Lysacek with 1 less world medal. He will almost certainly surpass him next season but hasnt yet. Lambiel I guess has some case, since Evan's only edge is an Olympic gold vs an Olympic silver. Joubert and Takahashi have no case for a better career than Evan, even if Takahshi is a 5 times better skater.

    Chan with only about 32% of the votes shows how hated he is on this forum. Even if I hate him but recognize he by far has the best career of these.
     
  2. fracturedleg

    fracturedleg Member

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    1. Chan- way above others

    2. Hanyu
    3. Lambiel
    4. Lysacek
    5. Joubert
    6. Takahashi

    that is if you measure a career by medals and victories. Some think that is a flawed way to measure careers though. If it is impact on the sport as well as a factor move Takahashi up, possibly Lambiel up, and move Lysacek to the very bottom.