Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by DreamSkates, Dec 3, 2010.
Check this out. Interesting.
There seem to be a couple that are missing... for example, Shizuka Arakawa got 125 in the FS during the 2006 Olympics. It's not recorded there, though.
This is not list of the highest scores, it's list of scores which were record breakers.
Mao got 75 points for SP at 2009 WTT and 73 in Vancouver, so if it was list of the highest scores she would have 4th and 5th places instead of Yuna
Thank you for the link DreamSkates, it's very interesting
When you see that almost all the entries in the Men-Total are from "Nebelhorn Trophy 2003", "Smart Ones Skate America 2003", "MasterCard Skate Canada Int. 2003", you realize that those scores don't mean a thing !
Here's a direct link
That's in the "Progression of Highest Scores" list, and since IJS was started in 2003, yes, you'll see a lot of "records" that don't really mean much until you get to more recent years.
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