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World Medalist, no GPF

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by icellist, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. Vagabond

    Vagabond Well-Known Member

    Henie just wasn't much of an early-season skater. :barrel
  2. gkelly

    gkelly Well-Known Member

    No. But considering that his last year of competing was the first year of the Champions Series -- and he didn't have any fall competition assignments that year -- it's not surprising.

    Had to look it up. No he didn't. More surprising since he won more medals and competed on the series for three seasons. In 1997-98 he was first alternate.

    If the series had existed in 1994-5 he would have made it. Maybe 1993-94 depending which two of his three events counted.
  3. misskarne

    misskarne #AustraliaForTheTeamEvent

    Uhh...because he's 19? And still has a long career ahead of him to change it?

    He's not exactly been given the greatest two assignments to change things this year, either...the guaranteed Chan-win at Skate Canada and then the pretty tough field at CoR wouldn't exactly have been my first picks for him.
  4. briancoogaert

    briancoogaert Well-Known Member

    If we consider skaters who were World medalist and competed during GP series, then Surya Bonaly never made the GPF.
  5. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    Like Chan will come in fifth place at his other events?? :lol:

    P.S. Could we agree to use surnames in place of he/she? When you use the pronoun and you're quoting someone who used a pronoun, we have to search through your old posts to figure out who you are talking about. (This is Ross Miner being discussed, right?)