JGP Milano Men Predictions

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by haribobo, Oct 3, 2011.

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Who medals?

Poll closed Oct 6, 2011.
  1. Han Yan

    77.3%
  2. Martin Rappe

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Jay Yostanto

    1.5%
  4. Jason Brown

    93.9%
  5. Saverio Giacomelli

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Maurizio Zandron

    1.5%
  7. Artur Dmitriev Jr.

    77.3%
  8. Ondrej Spiegl

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Noah Scherer

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Yoji Tsuboi

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  11. June-Hyoung Lee

    4.5%
  12. Shu Nakamura

    1.5%
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  1. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

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    Who will medal here?
     
  2. Maofan7

    Maofan7 Member

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    I think Brown will win this
     
  3. iris81

    iris81 New Member

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    1. Han Yan. 2. Jason Brown. 3. Artur Dmitriev.
     
  4. jlai

    jlai Title-less

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    Yan Han totally rocked last JGP. He's the one to beat.
     
  5. Jenna

    Jenna Well-Known Member

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    1. Han YAN CHN

    2. Jason BROWN USA

    3. Artur DIMITRIEV RUS
     
  6. caseyedwards

    caseyedwards Well-Known Member

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    Han Yan has it all. If he lands the 3A and quad then I don't think he will be beaten. Yan's jumps do have higher risk factor so if he makes a mistake than Brown. Dmitriev Jr can be inconsistent but should be good enough for bronze here.
     
  7. shine

    shine Well-Known Member

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    Love both Yan and Brown. Yan has the harder jumps, but Brown does have much better programs and Yan is not known for consistency. It'll be an interesting competition to watch!
     
  8. briancoogaert

    briancoogaert Well-Known Member

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    I hope Jason Brown will be on the podium
     
  9. ChelleC

    ChelleC Well-Known Member

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    Hoping Jason Brown wins.
     
  10. DimaToe

    DimaToe Well-Known Member

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    Brown does have the superior programs, But Yan does have the edge on jumps, and his programs are good enough that if he goes clean Brown wont be able to catch him, but if Yan messes up then Brown should be able to win, this should be a :kickass: competition,Dmitriev is the best guess for bronze.
     
  11. periperi

    periperi New Member

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    I think Han Yan's got this, but I'm not counting Jason out. Artur Dmitriev is the best bet for bronze. Yoji Tsuboi and June-Hyoung Lee could be possible spoilers.
     
  12. Jammers

    Jammers Well-Known Member

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    Jason really needs to up his technical content to get to the next level. Everything else is already there. He needs to try and land his triple axel. Only way to know if you can land it is to try it.
     
  13. peibeck

    peibeck Counting down the days 'til Skate America

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    Jason tried 3A at summer comp but it was downgraded. He is working on it, but I don't think he wants to risk the downgrade call (especially in a SP) yet. If he makes it to the JGPF that might be an excellent time to attempt it in both his programs.

    Anyway, I think the medals will go:
    1. Yan
    2. Dmitriev
    3. Brown (but I'll hope he does better!)
     
  14. query5

    query5 New Member

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    Congratulations to all mens medalist,
    Han Yan for 1st
    Jason Brown for 2nd
    June-Hyoung Lee for 3rd.
    good job all
     
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2011
  15. caseyedwards

    caseyedwards Well-Known Member

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    June-Hyoung Lee won bronze - Dmitriev 4th but third in LP