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    The pairs SP still hasn't been added..Odd that it isn't in the archives since it was streamed live?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sus2850 View Post
    Did the announcer guy ever say who he is (I just saw a bit of the end right now), he is so very non-Austrian, did they import him from England?
    You can see him chatting on camera at the very end of one of the 'Day 3 afternoon' recordings (there are two links to Day 3 afternoon). He is Ryan Thornton, used to work in Kitzbuhel ice arena before moving to Graz. He's British, from Yorkshire.

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    I only put the volume after the Shib's CoR SD, but was I hallucinating vocals for Misha Ge??? I did see he got a one point deduction but not sure if that was it.

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    Top 5 Senior Men unofficial:
    Peter Liebers GER 205.81
    Douglas Razzano USA 204.62 (132.41 FS)
    Armin Mahbanoozadeh USA 200.01 (127.87 FS)
    Misha Ge UZB 186
    Christopher Caluza PHI 182

    ETA OFFICIAL final standings:
    1 Peter LIEBERS GER 205.81 4 1
    2 Douglas RAZZANO USA 204.62 1 2
    3 Armin MAHBANOOZADEH USA 200.01 2 3

    4 Misha GE UZB 186.71 5 4
    5 Christopher CALUZA PHI 182.07 3 6
    6 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST 177.64 9 5
    7 Martin RAPPE GER 173.26 8 7
    8 Stefane WALKER SUI 163.25 12 8
    9 Justus STRID DEN 160.96 10 9
    10 Dmitriy IGNATENKO UKR 157.27 14 10
    11 Viktor PFEIFER AUT 153.39 6 12
    12 Franz STREUBEL GER 149.53 7 14
    13 Oleksii BYCHENKO ISR 142.06 13 13
    14 Matthew PARR GBR 139.69 11 15
    15 Manuel KOLL AUT 135.64 18 11
    16 Patryk MYZYK POL 129.24 15 16
    17 Mitchell CHAPMAN AUS 117.88 19 17
    18 Mario Rafael IONIAN AUT 115.92 17 19
    19 Viktor KREMKE GER 114.65 20 18
    20 Florian GOSTELIE NED 111.20 16 20
    WD Alexander MAJOROV SWE

    FS:
    1 Peter LIEBERS GER 142.73 74.39 69.34 6.92 6.92 7.00 6.83 7.00 1.00 #17
    2 Douglas RAZZANO USA 132.41 66.07 67.34 6.92 6.50 6.75 6.83 6.67 1.00 #20
    3 Armin MAHBANOOZADEH USA 127.87 59.03 68.84 7.00 6.58 6.92 6.92 7.00 0.00 #18
    4 Misha GE UZB 125.04 66.18 59.86 5.92 5.42 6.17 6.00 6.42 1.00 #16
    5 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST 120.25 65.73 54.52 5.67 5.08 5.67 5.42 5.42 0.00 #15
    6 Christopher CALUZA PHI 117.69 54.69 63.00 6.42 6.17 6.33 6.33 6.25 0.00 #19
    7 Martin RAPPE GER 113.24 60.40 52.84 5.67 4.92 5.33 5.33 5.17 0.00 #13
    8 Stefane WALKER SUI 112.04 61.22 51.82 5.33 4.83 5.25 5.33 5.17 1.00 #10
    9 Justus STRID DEN 107.60 56.26 51.34 5.08 4.67 5.42 5.17 5.33 0.00 #11
    10 Dmitriy IGNATENKO UKR 107.60 59.78 47.82 5.08 4.50 4.83 4.92 4.58 0.00 #8
    11 Manuel KOLL AUT 94.28 47.78 46.50 4.83 4.25 4.67 4.83 4.67 0.00 #4
    12 Viktor PFEIFER AUT 92.98 40.66 54.32 5.58 5.08 5.25 5.50 5.75 2.00 #14
    13 Oleksii BYCHENKO ISR 91.87 47.19 44.68 4.67 4.17 4.50 4.58 4.42 0.00 #7
    14 Franz STREUBEL GER 89.31 44.13 48.18 5.17 4.67 4.67 4.83 4.75 3.00 #12
    15 Matthew PARR GBR 87.99 43.47 44.52 4.92 4.00 4.42 4.42 4.50 0.00 #9
    16 Patryk MYZYK POL 80.87 40.01 41.86 4.67 3.92 4.17 4.00 4.17 1.00 #6
    17 Mitchell CHAPMAN AUS 78.10 34.10 46.00 4.58 4.25 4.67 4.75 4.75 2.00 #3
    18 Viktor KREMKE GER 75.09 38.45 36.64 4.33 3.08 3.58 3.75 3.58 0.00 #2
    19 Mario Rafael IONIAN AUT 71.73 34.23 38.50 4.08 3.25 4.00 4.17 3.75 1.00 #1
    20 Florian GOSTELIE NED 66.79 31.11 36.68 4.17 3.42 3.58 3.67 3.50 1.00 #5

    Detailed protocols: http://www.icechallenge.at/2012/SeniorMen_FS_Scores.pdf
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    MY GOE score for the announcer +3's across the board. Makes it so much more entertaining.

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    Isn't it the first time skaters from Turkey win an (somewhat) major event (junior ice dance) ?
    not used to see RUS behind TUR he he

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    Great for Peter!
    And thanks for telling me about the announcer (who I enjoyed hearing), I knew the accent sounded a bit familiar (I went to university in York, quite a while back though)

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    Kriengkrairut & Giuletti-Schmitt win the senior dance
    Mysliveckova & Brown CZE 2nd
    Elsener & Roost SUI 3rd
    O'Brien & Merriman AUS 4th

    The announcer is really random. He introduced O&M as from Austria, the home country for the event at first.

    But he lets the volunteers for the food stand watch the last group of skaters in the senior events for sure...very nice.

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    I was poking around in the protocols, and the top 10 Advanced Novice Girls beat the SP score of the top Advanced Novice Boys, and #11 just missed out tying him by .01. Eight of the top 10 ANG beat the TES of the ANB's winner, with the other two within .15 of his.

    The Junior Dance SP winners, Dolgikh/Pranchanov were only 2.24 points below the World TES SD minimum. The Top three Junior Ladies had higher TES than the second-place Junior Men's skater. In the FS, the winner of the Junior Ladies' FS, Sabrina Schultz (AUT) had higher TES than all of the Junior Men. The Junior Men's FS winner, Alexander Bjelde (GER), was 4th among the Junior Men in TES, but had a 7.16 lead in PCS, and when the Ladies PCS are given back the .2 they lose in factoring, he still beat out all of the Junior Ladies in PCS. Does this mean we'll see a voidy guy from Germany in the future?

    Needed World TES SP minimum and reaching it here is Razzano. (Mahbanoozadeh and Liebers already reached both minimums.)

    Ge already reached the SP minimum, but still needs the FS minimum. Pfeiffer and Caluza are getting close, within two points.

    All but Koll, Chapman, and Kremke made the Euros/4C's minimum.

    In Senior FD, Plutowska/Gerber (POL) just missed the World TES minimum by .2 Kriengkrairut/Giulietti-Schmitt (both), Nagy/Fedes (both), Bernardi/Mior (FD), Elsener/Roost (FD), Shtork/Rand (FD), and Walden/Edwards (FD) made it before this competition. So did Agafonova/Ucar; they didn't even make the Euros/4C's minimum here.

    All but A/U made the Euros/4C's minimum. Olson/Hubbell needed it.


    ETA: Men's FS TES Minimums

    Needed and got 65+ for Worlds: Ge and Romanenkov. Liebers, Razzano, and Mahbanoozadeh already made Worlds TES minimum.
    Last edited by kwanfan1818; 11-09-2012 at 11:04 PM.
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    There seemed to be a lot of confusion during the medal ceremonies. What happened to the silver and bronze medalists for the first group? I couldn't hear the announcer but saw the gold medalists occupying the podium all alone.
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    ^^^^^
    I think I heard them announce the Junior Pairs medalists first and there was only 1 team entered

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    Yes, just one pair for Junior Pairs, Proelss and Blommaert from Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tammi View Post
    ^^^^^
    I think I heard them announce the Junior Pairs medalists first and there was only 1 team entered
    Oh, LOL, that explains it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatak View Post
    Isn't it the first time skaters from Turkey win an (somewhat) major event (junior ice dance) ?
    not used to see RUS behind TUR he he
    Not sure if this is a first (paging Asli...) but their overall score was higher than Agafonova/Ucar, the Sr dance team from Turkey, so at least they could get more international events. They should be age eligible for both junior and senior events since they're both 17.

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    Good for Gerli Liinamae! Glebova will have some competition at Nationals this year .

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    Glad to see Simanckova going for 3lz and 3f now! She has real rockstar potential with those huge jumps, long limbs, and intense diva face. I really hope she can win medals at Euros in coming years.

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    Last edited by Sylvia; 11-15-2012 at 04:44 PM.
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