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    Quote Originally Posted by briancoogaert View Post
    And even more difficult for Ladies, but realistic :
    Ladies SP : 3Ax, 3F-3Loop, 3Lz + level 4 steps + level 4 spins.
    They could try it ...

    Kim would still get better scores

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eladola View Post
    They could try it ...

    Kim would still get better scores
    LOL, that's probably why YuNa Kim won the SP at Worlds, just for 3 points, against someone who fell on a 3T/3T combo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briancoogaert View Post
    LOL, that's probably why YuNa Kim won the SP at Worlds, just for 3 points, against someone who fell on a 3T/3T combo.

    Yeahh...... That's not happening again

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    Calculating how many days spent in a chiropractor's office multiplied by the skater's yearly health insurance should be a more accurate sum of their total points for even attempting such a crazy jump sequence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eladola View Post
    Yeahh...... That's not happening again
    Oh please, Kostner was rewarded for having the better short program and for performing the hell out of it, despite the mistake! In comparison, Kim's SP was a big snore and her performance of it was wooden. Jumps/falls are not the only factors of a program that are judged.

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    How does a combination with 3Lz as second jump work?

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    The 2nd lutz would have to be in the opposite direction as the first jump. Here is a video example with singles:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5A6f-956Ug

    I know the 4A+4Lz+4Lz is not realistic, but I thought people might appreciate the silly factoid of what the highest scoring element allowed by the current code and rules would hypothetically be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFOS View Post
    The 2nd lutz would have to be in the opposite direction as the first jump. Here is a video example with singles:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5A6f-956Ug

    I know the 4A+4Lz+4Lz is not realistic, but I thought people might appreciate the silly factoid of what the highest scoring element allowed by the current code and rules would hypothetically be.
    It's not realistic and I'm not even sure it's physically possible, even with double jumps.
    The free leg on the landing of the 1st jump is round (in a circle), and I've never seen anyone doing a Lutz from a circlefree leg to pick ! lol

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