EURO VS. US NATS TES Comparison

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  1. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    I know they can't totally compare- take it for whatever you want to take it for :p

    LADIES SP- TES over 28

    Adelina Sotnikova 37.25
    Agnes Zawadzki 35.94
    Ashley Wagner 34.74
    Mirai Nagasu- 34.73
    Courtney Hicks 34.07
    Carolina Kostner 33.36
    Yasmin Siraj 32.14
    Christina Gao 31.93
    Nathalie Weinzierl 30.79
    Samantha Cesario 30.74
    Lenaelle Gilleron Gorry 30.49
    Valentina Marchei 30.45
    Elizaveta Tuktamysheva 29.47
    Sonia Lafuente 29.02
    Joshi Helgesson 29.01
    Angela Wang 28.94
    Juulia Turkkila 28.90
    Kerstin Frank 28.76
    Gracie Gold 28.74
    Elena Glebova 28.67
    Hannah Miller 28.63
  2. Debrah

    Debrah Well-Known Member

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    Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond Nat SP - TES = 37.38
  3. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    PAIRS SP OVER 25

    Volosozhar/Trankov 37.60
    Savchenko/Szolkowy 36.20
    Castelli/Shnapir 34.81
    Berton/Hotarek 34.77
    James/Cipres 31.06
    Zhang/Bartholomay 29.61
    Scimeca/Knierim 29.04
    Kavaguti/Smirnov 28.28
    Vartmann/Van Cleave 28.23
    Popova/Massot 28.13
    Davis/Ladwig 27.97
    Denney/Frazier 27.68
    Baga/Toth 27.54
    Stolbova/Klimov 26.54
    Leng/Leduc 26.37
    Kayne/O'Shea 26.28
    Donlan/Speroff 26.25
    DellaMonica/Guarise 26.11
    Kemp/King 25.24
  4. bmcg

    bmcg Well-Known Member

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    It would make more sense to list them all according to their individual National TES scores. Europeans is an international panel that you can't really compare to a national panel.
  5. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    That's more work than I'm willing to do. I wrote at the beginning of my post that you may take it for what its worth- but if you would like to compile that list or provide releveant info like Debrah did, be my guest.
  6. julieann

    julieann Well-Known Member

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  7. bmcg

    bmcg Well-Known Member

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    I read that and did take it for what's it worth ;)
  8. Vagabond

    Vagabond Well-Known Member

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    To me, the interesting comparison isn't so much between competitions as within them, particularly this:

    and this

    Who'd a-thunk it?

    :watch:
  9. query5

    query5 New Member

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    u.s. is too high for wats it worth and the u.s cheated to keep them up. their.
  10. query5

    query5 New Member

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    also the russian, carolilna kostner, kaetlyn , japanese skaters are cleaner, better and faster than all the u.s with the fewest mistakes .\
    why the federations held them accountable and didn't give them the scores they didin't deserved and/or made them improve before handing out assignments like the u.s. does.
    too much cheating & no accountability for the u.s skating too high