View Poll Results: Who should get which assignments?

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  • Both to Nagasu

    8 47.06%
  • Olympics to Nagasu but Sr. Worlds to Edmunds

    6 35.29%
  • Olympics to Edmunds but Sr. World's to Nagasu

    1 5.88%
  • Both to Edmunds

    2 11.76%
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    Olympic and Sr. World Assignments, Edmunds and Nagasu

    Who should get which assignments?

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    Why not both to both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Why not both to both?
    Good point. I just assumed Wagner was a shoe in for both.

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    I also vote for sending both [Polina and Mirai] to both [Olympics and Worlds]. IMO they earned it by skating well.

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    Voted Olympics for Nagasu and Worlds for Edmunds. Nagasu has shown that she is competitive with the top senior ladies (2010 Olympics and Worlds, 2010-2013 GP series, 2011 FCC) and could place well within the top 10 with clean skates.

    Edmunds, on the other hand, will be buried alive in the field with much lower PCS and scrutiny re: her rotations. A 15th place in Sochi will do her less good than a trip to either Jr or Sr Worlds. Jr Worlds features her likely rivals for the next quad, while Sr World gives her the chance to gain some senior exposure before those girls become eligible in a field that will likely be watered down and judged less strictly. A top 10 at the post-Olympic Worlds would seem doable (Kim, Asada, Suzuki, Kostner, and perhaps a few others would likely skip).

    Not opposed to any combination, as I think they're essentially tied per the selection procedures and I like both skaters very much.

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    i think Ashley needs to go to Worlds with Gracie to keep that 3rd spot. I'm not sure Mirai will be inside the top ten.

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    Sorry this is assuming Gold and Wagner are 1-2 for both meets.

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    Both to both

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