Kielmann had a big hissy fit about her placement after the SP. She went to the German press and openly complained about finishing 6th and behind Kerrigan. She thought she should have been top 5 and skated in the last group for the LP. BTW I agreed with Kerrigan being ahead of Kielmann in the SP. Kielmann was like a moose on skates. She had no line, no extension, no finesse to her skating. Kerrigan had a very good SP that year, she had good skating skills, was musical, and was well packaged. Much more so than Kielmann ever was. I can't remember what happened to Lu Chen in the SP but she had a bad one and was 12th after the SP. Maybe she fell on her 3lt combo? Can't remember.