View Poll Results: Who will medal?

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  • Isadora Williams

    0 0%
  • Kate Charbonneau

    4 4.94%
  • Sandy Hoffmann

    0 0%
  • Hannah Miller

    11 13.58%
  • Courtney Hicks

    70 86.42%
  • Isabelle Olsson

    0 0%
  • Julia Lipnitskaya

    75 92.59%
  • Anna Shershak

    3 3.70%
  • So-Youn Park

    2 2.47%
  • Saya Ueno

    0 0%
  • Satoko Miyahara

    56 69.14%
  • Ziquan Zhao

    3 3.70%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Autumn_girl View Post
    It's true FSO poster who was at the rink and saw it wrote that she singled the second jump of her program (probably lutz or flip) and fell on ice. Later it was known that she broke her cannon bone on the take off
    What is the cannon bone? All sources I found on a quick search referred to horses. I'm surprised IceNetwork doesn't seem to have reported on it. I wonder how long that will take to heal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFOS View Post
    What is the cannon bone? All sources I found on a quick search referred to horses. I'm surprised IceNetwork doesn't seem to have reported on it. I wonder how long that will take to heal.
    Sorry, I guess I translated it wrong. Thigh-bone or tibia would be correct I think. AFAIK it's a bad injury and I don't think we will see Courtney at Nationals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autumn_girl View Post
    It's true FSO poster who was at the rink and saw it wrote that she singled the second jump of her program (probably lutz or flip) and fell on ice. Later it was known that she broke her cannon bone on the take off
    yup, I was there too. Didn't see the fall actually because I was writing down something, but looked up when I heard the fall and saw she was not getting up again. I was announcing there, so I was sitting next to the judges, and the first judge on my right told that she'd struck the take-off all wonky - evidently the injury happened at that point. At first we thought it was her knee - but later I was next to the US team leader and asked her about that, and she said it indeed was her leg, right below the knee.

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    Poor girl.
    Adelina Sotnikova is the 2014 Olympic champion!

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    Review of the ladies and JGP standings

    http://thenakedice.blogspot.com/2011...eview-jgp.html

    That really sucks for Courtney. Is that normal? To break a leg doing something as routine as jumping? Was she injured before the LP? That would explain why her jumps were so off in the SP...

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