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

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

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.