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    2012 Boston Open - live, free webcast, June 22-23

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    EVC is continuing its wonderful tradition of providing a live, free webcast of the Boston Open competition
    The stream is live now and Juvenile Girls FS A starts at 10 am Eastern.

    Schedule: http://www.scboston.org/wp-content/u...2-Schedule.pdf

    Senior Men (Harrison Choate exhibition) and Ladies (Yasmin Siraj) SP start around 5 pm Eastern time today and Novice Ladies SP looks like a good field.

    ETA:

    Intermediate Ladies SP is scheduled to start today at 2:55 pm - I expect there will be some good skating/performances. Mark Mitchell and Peter Johansson are coaching Liza Hayes, Jin Baseman, Alexandra Iovanna, Lindsey Stevenson, Amber Wolf, Christie Lee Marshall, and Holly Marshall in this event. Mitchell and Johansson are team coaching the following students at this competition:
    Juvenile Girls (2): Liza Hayes, Natalie Sangkagalo
    Intermediate (6): Jin Baseman, Alexandra Iovanna, Lindsey Stevenson, Amber Wolf, Christie Lee Marshall, Holly Marshall
    Novice (5): Rebecca Peng, Rebecca Jacobs, Isabelle Dost, Megan Wessenberg; Adrian Huertas (man)
    Junior (3): Alexia Rogers, Olivia Pastore, Courtney Phillips
    Senior (3): Yasmin Siraj, Rachel Zeppi; Harrison Choate (his Senior competition debut here)

    SENIOR MEN SP - scheduled to start at 5 pm Eastern today and is an exhibition:
    Choate, Harrison The Skating Club of Boston

    SENIOR LADIES SP - - scheduled to start at 5:05 pm Eastern today
    Zeppi, Rachel SC of Boston
    Siraj, Yasmin SC of Boston
    Dunne, Haley University of Delaware FSC
    Lampiasi, Lauren SC of Boston
    Dube, Jade Colonial FSC
    Shaughnessy, Alexandria SC of Boston (she skates Jr Pairs with James Morgan)

    NOVICE LADIES SP - scheduled to start at 6:05 pm
    *O'Connell, McKayla University of Delaware FSC
    Morris, Kara University of Delaware FSC
    *Peng, Rebecca SC of Boston
    Smith, Caitlyn SC of Boston
    *Jacobs, Rebecca SC of Boston
    Giampaolo, Giorgina SC of Boston
    Dost, Isabelle SC of Boston
    Wessenberg, Megan SC of Boston
    Farzan, Jessica Colonial FSC
    [* = these 3 have scored well so far this season]

    JUNIOR LADIES SP - scheduled to start at 7:05 pm
    Rogers, Alexia SC of Boston
    Schwiegershausen, Katya Colonial FSC
    Pastore, Olivia The Skating Club of Boston
    Magill, Christine SC of Boston
    Phillips, Courtney SC of Boston
    Lin, Jessica SC of Boston
    Kramble, Katerina Toronto Cricket, Skating and curling club (Canada)
    Ardizoni, Ashley SC of Boston
    Last edited by Sylvia; 06-22-2012 at 08:00 PM.
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    I'll be back and forth between this and Broadmoor for the remainder of the afternoon.

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    Choate just skated. Not wild about the Latin music choice (is that an SCOB thing now following Minor?) but oh well. I'm kinda hoping he's kept the La Strada free.

    Still needs more speed but it's obviously early season and a new program.

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    Darn, I missed Choate's SP. Lara, did you catch his score?
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    I hate when they start events early! They should have waited until the scheduled time. Sorry you missed it, Sylvia.

    Choate landed 3Lz+3T (fight), 3F, and 2A. Looked good for the early point in the season. He scored 59 points.

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    Did I just blink and miss Yasmin? I know I'm switching between 6-7 windows but I don't remember her skating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    I hate when they start events early! They should have waited until the scheduled time. Sorry you missed it, Sylvia.

    Choate landed 3Lz+3T (fight), 3F, and 2A. Looked good for the early point in the season. He scored 59 points.
    Any news on when he plans to start trying 3a in competition? Or I mean, is he even landing/attending it in practice yet? Skating as a senior this season, he's gonna need it.

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    jlai, you didn't miss her. Yasmin is the final skater in the event.

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    Siraj skated to Daphnis et Chloe and performed 3T+2T, 3Lz fall, 2A turnout. Again, the program is very nice but if she's hoping to be considered for a JGP slot this did not do her any favors.

    45.06

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    I liked her in this short program which she skated to also last year. She didn't try a triple flip so perhaps she knows her chances for jgp are slim and she's been that done that already

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    ‏I'm glad Yasmin kept her lovely "Daphnis and Chloe" SP!

    @SarahandDrew tweeted:
    Boston Open - @HarrisonChoate got 31.40 + 27.84, total 59.24 for SP, 3z-3t scratchy, 3f, 2a.
    ETA:
    @HaleyDunne tweeted her score:
    "@SarahandDrew 44.74...24.80 TES and 20.94 PCS"
    Last edited by Sylvia; 06-22-2012 at 11:05 PM.
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    No, my feed froze just as Dunne's score was about to be announced!

    She performed 3F fall, 3Lz+1T, 2A.

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    Lots of Solo Dance events today! (part of the National Series) Here are the FS event times (approximate):

    ETA: Looks like they're running about 25-30 minutes behind:
    10:50 AM 11:00 AM Quickstep, Gold Solo Pattern Dance (National Series)
    11:00 AM 11:15 AM Ice Resurface

    Saturday 6/23/12
    11:15 AM 12:45 PM Intermediate Ladies Free Skate
    2:50 PM 4:00 PM Juvenile Girls Free Skate Final
    5:00 PM 6:15 PM Novice Ladies Free Skate
    6:15 PM 6:22 PM Novice Men Free Skate
    6:22 PM 6:30 PM Senior Men Free Skate
    6:45 PM 7:40 PM Junior Ladies Free Skate
    7:40 PM 8:20 PM Senior Ladies Free Skate
    Last edited by Sylvia; 06-23-2012 at 04:22 PM.
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    Just watching the Solo Dance event. Is there a Fd type of program in their competitions?

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    Yes - from today's schedule:

    4:00 PM 4:08 PM Juvenile Solo Free Dance (Nat Series)
    4:08 PM 4:15 PM Intermediate Solo Free Dance (Nat Series)
    4:15 PM 4:30 PM Novice Solo Free Dance (Nat Series)
    4:30 PM 4:38 PM Junior Solo Free Dance (Nat Series)
    4:38 PM 4:45 PM Senior Solo Free Dance (Nat Series)
    Last edited by Sylvia; 06-23-2012 at 04:54 PM.
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    Yasmin got 84 something and now a little ahead of Dunne. Wonderful prg, but jumps absent

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    Not a great FS from Siraj, unfortunately. Music (according to my SoundHound) was Seven Years in Tibet. Score was 40.12 + 45.03 = 84.15. Moves in the field/transitions were beautiful as always.

    You can actually rewind the webcast if you missed it.

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    Sr. Ladies freeskate results

    1. Haley Dunne 85.68 (1.00)
    2. Yasmin Siraj 84.15 (1.00)
    3. Jenelle Herman 68.73 (2.00)
    4. Rachel Zeppi 57.94 (1.00)

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    ^^^ Thanks for posting the unofficial Senior Ladies FS scores.

    Harrison Choate's Latin medley SP music is "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" and "Mambo Jambo" by Perez Prado. His FS is to "Slaughter on 10th Avenue" and he looked like he enjoyed performing "in character" and skating in a light-hearted, humorous manner. I think I saw him land 5 triples, two 2A, plus 1 fall (3F?) in his Senior FS exhibition yesterday. His unofficial scores were 57.73 TES + 59.18 PCS (-1) = 115.91.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    You can actually rewind the webcast if you missed it.
    Is there a way to do it now that the competition is over?
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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