2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby chuckiem » Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:06 pm

RESULTS LADIES FREE SKATE :shock:

1 Kaetlyn OSMOND CAN 150.50 75.35 75.15 9.43 9.11 9.46 9.46 9.50 0.00 19 3f+3t, 2a+3t, 3z!, 3lo, 3f, 3s+2t+2lo, 2a
2 Wakaba HIGUCHI JPN 145.01 74.72 70.29 8.86 8.57 8.86 8.75 8.89 0.00 18 3s, 3z+3t, 2a, 3z+3t, 3lo, 2a+2t+2lo, 3f
3 Satoko MIYAHARA JPN 135.72 64.20 72.52 9.18 8.93 8.89 9.11 9.21 1.00 22 3lo, 3z<+3t, 3f, 3z+2t+2lo<, 2a+3t, 2s↓, 2a
4 Bradie TENNELL USA 131.13 65.83 65.30 8.04 8.00 8.32 8.14 8.32 0.00 16 3z!+3t, 2a, 3f<, 2a+3t<, 3z!+2t+2lo, 3lo, 3s
5 Carolina KOSTNER ITA 128.61 54.71 74.90 9.46 9.21 9.14 9.50 9.50 1.00 24 2z, 3f+2t, 3f, 3lo, 3t, 1a, 3s↓,
6 Loena HENDRICKX BEL 128.24 65.25 62.99 7.75 7.54 8.11 7.93 8.04 0.00 13 3z, 3f+2t, 2a, 3f, 3s+2t+2lo, 2a+2lo, 3s
7 Alina ZAGITOVA RUS 128.21 62.34 69.87 8.96 8.79 8.32 8.89 8.71 4.00 23 3z↓, 2a+3t<<↓, 3f+2t+2lo, 3z+3lo<↓, 3s<, 3f, 2a
8 Gabrielle DALEMAN CAN 125.11 57.12 67.99 8.71 8.21 8.36 8.57 8.64 0.00 21 3t+3t, 2z!, 3f!-df, 3z+2t+2t, 3lo<, 2a-so, 3s<^2a
9 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS 124.81 58.03 67.78 8.61 8.32 8.36 8.50 8.57 1.00 20 3z+3t<, 3f, 3lo, 3f<+1lo+3s<, 3z<↓, 2a+2t, 2a
10 Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA KAZ 124.47 61.16 63.31 7.96 7.71 7.93 8.00 7.96 0.00 14 3lo, 3z<, 3f, 3s+3t, 1a, 2a+3t+2t, 3s+2t
11 Mirai NAGASU USA 122.31 57.33 64.98 8.39 7.68 8.36 8.11 8.07 0.00 17 2a, 3f+3t<, 3s, 3a+3t<+2t, 3ze<+2t, 3f<, 3lo
12 Mariah BELL USA 115.25 57.77 57.48 7.14 7.04 7.11 7.32 7.32 0.00 7 3z!-so, 3lo-2hd, 3s, 2a+3t, 3f+2t, 3z!+1lo+2s, 2a
13 Laurine LECAVELIER FRA 113.44 56.98 56.46 7.11 6.54 7.14 7.11 7.39 0.00 8 3z, 3f, 3s, 2a+3t, 3lo+2t, 3z+1lo+2s, 2a
14 Nicole SCHOTT GER 112.29 53.54 59.75 7.39 7.29 7.46 7.57 7.64 1.00 15 3f, 3t+3t<, 3f↓+rep, 3s+2t+1lo, 3lo, 2a, 2a+2t
15 Hanul KIM KOR 110.54 54.42 56.12 7.18 6.68 7.32 6.96 6.93 0.00 10 3z, 2a, 3fe+2t+2lo, 3lo, 3z+2t, 2s, 2a+2t*
16 Viveca LINDFORS FIN 106.05 53.48 54.57 6.89 6.68 6.79 6.86 6.89 2.00 12 3z+3t-2hd, 3f!, 3s+2t, 2a, 3z↓, 3s-hd, 2a+1lo<+2f
17 Elisabetta LECCARDI ITA 98.04 49.41 48.63 5.89 5.86 6.21 6.11 6.32 0.00 2 3lo<↓, 3f, 2a+3t, 3s+2t, 3s, 3t<+2t, 2a
18 Kailani CRAINE AUS 97.51 46.24 51.27 6.43 6.11 6.50 6.39 6.61 0.00 3 3z!<, 3f, 3z!<+2t, 3lo<+1lo<+3s<<, 3lo, 2a, 2a
19 Eliska BREZINOVA CZE 94.77 45.01 50.76 6.61 6.07 6.36 6.43 6.25 1.00 9 3z, 3f, 1z, 2a+3t, 3t↓, 2a+1lo+2s, 2s
20 Stanislava KONSTANTINOVA RUS 93.84 43.39 54.45 7.00 6.71 6.39 7.00 6.93 4.00 11 3z+3t-so, 3lo↓, 2f!, 3z<<, 3f!<↓, 2a+2t, 2a
21 Dasa GRM SLO 92.08 41.01 51.07 6.46 6.25 6.39 6.39 6.43 0.00 5 3ze, 3f<, 3t+1lo+2s, 2a+2t, 3t+2t, 1a, 2f
22 Alexia PAGANINI SUI 91.80 45.56 48.24 6.32 5.86 5.86 6.04 6.07 2.00 1 3z↓, 3fe<↓, 3lo+2t, 3lo<, 3s, 3t+2t+2lo, 1a
23 Ivett TOTH HUN 86.24 39.11 48.13 6.25 5.86 5.82 6.11 6.04 1.00 4 3z<+2t, 3f<<, 2lo, 3z<↓, 2t+1lo<+1s, 3s^2a, 2a
WD Dabin CHOI KOR



JUDGES for LADIES FREESKATE: JPN UKR SLO CZE BEL FIN CAN SVK AUS


FINAL STANDINGS - LADIES

1 - Kaetlyn OSMOND CAN 223.23 4 1
2 - Wakaba HIGUCHI JPN 210.90 8 2
3 - Satoko MIYAHARA JPN 210.08 3 3
4 - Carolina KOSTNER ITA 208.88 1 5
5 - Alina ZAGITOVA RUS 207.72 2 7
6 - Bradie TENNELL USA 199.89 7 4
7 - Gabrielle DALEMAN CAN 196.72 6 8
8 - Maria SOTSKOVA RUS 196.61 5 9
9 - Loena HENDRICKX BEL 192.31 10 6
10 - Mirai NAGASU USA 187.52 9 11
11 - Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA KAZ 186.85 11 10
12 - Mariah BELL USA 174.30 17 12
13 - Nicole SCHOTT GER 174.13 12 14
14 - Laurine LECAVELIER FRA 173.23 15 13
15 - Hanul KIM KOR 170.68 14 15
16 - Viveca LINDFORS FIN 166.23 13 16
17 - Kailani CRAINE AUS 154.41 20 18
18 - Eliska BREZINOVA CZE 153.14 18 19
19 - Stanislava KONSTANTINOVA RUS 153.03 16 20
20 - Alexia PAGANINI SUI 149.66 19 22
21 - Elisabetta LECCARDI ITA 149.17 23 17
22 - Dasa GRM SLO 144.51 22 21
23 - Ivett TOTH HUN 136.87 24 23
R Dabin CHOI KOR 21
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby sms29s66 » Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:11 pm

Wow. What a melt down.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby rosima » Fri Mar 23, 2018 11:29 pm

Can somebody explain the deduction and the 0.00 for the curve lift for Stepanova/Bukin? I watched their performance from the EC and it looked similar but no deduction there. Without the deduction they would have been 3rd or 4th.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby tennisfan » Sat Mar 24, 2018 12:59 am

rosima wrote:Can somebody explain the deduction and the 0.00 for the curve lift for Stepanova/Bukin? I watched their performance from the EC and it looked similar but no deduction there. Without the deduction they would have been 3rd or 4th.

They performed an extra lift. They only lost a point for that deduction so it wasn't that severe and would have only resulted in them being sixth rather than seventh. There is a choreographic movement after the partial step sequence where he grabs and drags her by her knee, and her foot came off the ice for more than one revolution and so they were charged with an illegal element deduction.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby rosima » Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:12 am

However, that cancelled the curve lift which scored o.oo as per the score card. If the lift would have counted they would have been much higher. Is that correct?
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby rosima » Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:19 am

Sorry Tennisfan... I had a senior moment. I get it now. I didn’t read the protocols correctly. My bad :cry:
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Dragonlady » Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:05 am

sms29s66 wrote:Wow. What a melt down.


The problem with the back loaded program is that is something goes amok early in the jumping passes, there is no recovery time. The next jump is right there and there no time to gather yourself together and re-focus.

There are a lot of issues with this girls skating. She breaks at the waist which they cover by having her wearing tutus in both programs, and she’s very stiff in the knees. Nothing looked smooth or fluid today. Her footwork was jerky. Maybe she’s just tired.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby chuckiem » Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:30 am

I've always had issues with Zagitova's posture, from the very first time I saw her skate. When she's tired, that forward-leaning upper body just makes falling so much easier.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby sms29s66 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:54 am

Dragonlady wrote:
sms29s66 wrote:Wow. What a melt down.


The problem with the back loaded program is that is something goes amok early in the jumping passes, there is no recovery time. The next jump is right there and there no time to gather yourself together and re-focus.

There are a lot of issues with this girls skating. She breaks at the waist which they cover by having her wearing tutus in both programs, and she’s very stiff in the knees. Nothing looked smooth or fluid today. Her footwork was jerky. Maybe she’s just tired.


I totally agree about the back-loaded program. How long do you think it will take the powers that be to address this horrible misuse of the CoP? And ever since you first mentioned the breaks at the waist I've been zeroing in on her tutus!! Who would have believed it had anyone predicted there would be no Russian ladies on the podium this year?

I was so stunned by her, the Russian's, skate that I forgot to congratulate Kaetlyn--my "hometown" girl. We lived in Sherwood Par k in the early 80's--long before she was born.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby rosima » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:46 am

The 10% bonus was implemented to make sure there would be no front-loading of the programs. Plushenko comes to mind as the power that be thought it would force skaters to evenly distribute the jumps. It had an adverse effect in some cases. It would be wise to limit the number of jumping passes that can have the bonus to maybe 3 or 4. Same in my opinion for the arm over the head. It has become a distraction and it has lost its appeal. Just my 2 cents.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Barcelona » Sat Mar 24, 2018 11:00 am

Halfway through men's free here in Milan. So far Brezina has been the absolute highlight. I cannot recall him skating such a great free in years. Makes me so happy :)
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby bumphystars » Sat Mar 24, 2018 12:08 pm

*Rant alert*

My heart breaks for Zagitova. She is a CHILD! Seeing her face so disappointed when she came off the ice, clearly exhausted and depleted, crying into Eteri's shoulder...makes me so cross that our sport is sanctioning the churning out these young girls.

As others have pointed out, her skating is still completely juniorish and yet is still rewarded, which sends the wrong message. It says as long as you land jumps (in the last half!) we don't really care if you can skate to music, hold a nice line, or interpret choreography.

Scariest part for her is that there is a good chance that next season she will be either injured or already usurped by a new skater created in her likeness. I really think it is time for the ISU to consider a higher minimum age restriction for the senior level. The health of the skaters should come first.

I am so glad that a woman won, a complete skater who pays attention to every aspect of her skating. Well deserved.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby chuckiem » Sat Mar 24, 2018 1:54 pm

RESULTS MEN FREE SKATE :shock: :cry: :D


1 Nathan CHEN USA 219.46 127.62 91.84 9.32 8.96 9.25 9.25 9.14 0.00 24 4z, 4f+2t, 4f, 4t, 4t+3t, 4s, 3a, 3f+1lo+3s
2 Shomo UNO JPN 179.51 94.65 88.86 9.04 8.75 8.57 9.07 9.00 4.00 20 4lo↓, 4f<↓, 3lo, 3a-df, 4t<↓, 4t+2t, 3a+1lo+3f, 3s+3t
3 Kazuki TOMONO JPN 173.70 94.60 79.10 7.86 7.68 8.04 8.04 7.93 0.00 14 4s+2t, 4s, 3a+3t, 3a+2t+2lo, 3lo, 3s, 3z, 3f
4 Mikhail KOLYADA RUS 172.24 86.12 88.12 9.00 8.64 8.64 8.89 8.89 2.00 22 4z↓, 4t, 3a+2t, 4t↓+rep, 3a, 3z+1lo+3s, 2lo, 2a
5 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT 170.61 87.41 83.20 8.21 8.07 8.46 8.32 8.54 0.00 16 3a, 3a+2t, 3t, 3lo, 3z+1lo+3s, 2a+2t, 3f, 3z
6 Dmitri ALIEV RUS 170.15 86.29 83.86 8.46 8.18 8.36 8.50 8.43 0.00 9 4z, 4t<+3t, 4t, 3z, 1a, 3lo+1lo+3s, 3a<, 3f
7 Alexei BYCHENKO ISR 167.29 86.15 81.14 8.21 7.89 8.18 8.11 8.18 0.00 18 4t+3t, 3lo, 3a, 3a+seq+2t*, 3z, 3f+1lo+3s, 2a
8 Michal BREZINA CZE 165.98 82.54 83.44 8.32 8.11 8.50 8.25 8.54 0.00 10 4s<+3t, 3a+2t, 3f, 3a, 3lo, 3f+2t+2lo, 3z, 2s
9 Misha GE UZB 163.56 80.00 83.56 8.18 8.14 8.39 8.43 8.64 0.00 17 3a+1lo+3s, 3a, 3f!, 3z+3t. 3z!. 3lo, 2a+2t, 2a
10 Max AARON USA 161.71 84.43 77.28 7.82 7.57 7.79 7.75 7.71 0.00 7 4s, 3t+2t, 3lo, 3z, 3a+2t, 3a, 3z+1lo+3s
11 Keegan MESSING CAN 159.30 77.16 83.14 8.29 8.18 8.21 8.39 8.50 1.00 19 3z-fwd, 3t, 3a+2t+2lo, 4t↓, 3s+3t, 3a, 2lo, 3fe
12 Keiji TANAKA JPN 155.49 78.71 77.78 7.82 7.57 7.75 7.89 7.86 1.00 11 4s↓, 4s+2t, 3a, 3t, 3a+2t, 3f, 3lo, 3s
13 Alexander MAJOROV SWE 155.08 79.72 75.36 7.54 7.32 7.71 7.50 7.61 0.00 13 4t, 3a+2t, 3z, 2f!, 3a, 2a+3t, 3t+2t+2lo, 3s
14 Romain PONSART FRA 149.65 76.21 73.44 7.36 7.04 7.43 7.39 7.50 0.00 8 4t<, 4t+1t, 3a+2t, 3a, 3z+3t, 3lo, 3s, 2a
15 Brendan KERRY AUS 148.86 78.80 70.06 7.14 6.79 7.07 6.96 7.07 0.00 4 4t, 4s, 3f, 2z+2t, 3a, 3a+3t, 2a
16 Paul FENTZ GER 148.43 73.43 75.00 7.57 7.36 7.50 7.61 7.46 0.00 15 3a+3t, 4t<, 3lo, 1a, 3z, 3s+3t, 3z+2t, 2a
17 Matteo RIZZO ITA 147.81 73.79 75.02 7.54 7.25 7.57 7.54 7.61 1.00 12 4t<, 3a+2t, 3z, 3a, 2z+1lo+3s↓, 3lo, 3t, 3f
18 Daniel SAMOHIN ISR 141.23 72.39 70.84 7.32 6.89 6.82 7.21 7.18 2.00 2 4t+3t, 4s↓, 3a, 2a↓, 4t+1lo<<+2s, 3z, 3lo, 2a
19 Vincent ZHOU USA 138.46 66.24 76.22 7.75 7.57 7.29 7.89 7.61 4.00 23 4z<↓, 4f<, 4s<, 4z<+rep, 4t, 4s<↓+rep, 3a<↓, 3z+1lo+3f<,
20 Julian Zhi Jie YEE MAS 136.60 71.54 65.06 6.50 6.29 6.64 6.46 6.64 0.00 1 3a+2t, 3a, 3f!+3t, 3s, 3z, 3f, 3lo, 2a^2a
21 Donovan CARRILLO MEX 132.63 66.85 65.78 6.36 6.39 6.71 6.61 6.82 0.00 6 2a, 2z+2t+2lo, 3f+3t, 3z+2t, 3f, 3lo, 3s, 2a
22 Slavik HAYRAPETYAN ARM 131.54 66.60 64.94 6.43 6.25 6.61 6.54 6.64 0.00 3 3a, 2a, 3f, 3z, 3f+3t, 3s, 3t+2t, 2a
23 Boyang JIN CHN 127.56 63.34 73.22 7.57 7.25 7.04 7.54 7.21 9.00 21 4z<↓, 2s, 3a+1lo+3s, 4t<↓, 4t↓+rep, 3a, 3z+2t<<↓, 3f↓
24 Phillip HARRIS GBR 119.10 53.04 66.06 6.57 6.43 6.57 6.71 6.75 0.00 5 3f!+3t, 3a, 2a, 3f<+2t, 2z+1lo+3s, 3lo, 2a, 2a*



JUDGES for MEN FREESKATE: LAT FIN TPE CAN AUS FRA ISR POL USA

FINAL STANDINGS MEN

1 - Nathan CHEN USA 321.40 1 1
2 - Shomo UNO JPN 273.77 5 2
3 - Mikhail KOLYADA RUS 272.32 2 4
4 - Alexei BYCHENKO ISR 258.28 7 7
5 - Kazuki TOMONO JPN 256.31 11 3
6 - Deniss VASILJEVS LAT 254.86 9 5
7 - Dmitri ALIEV RUS 252.30 13 6
8 - Keegan MESSING CAN 252.30 6 11
9 - Misha GE UZB 249.57 8 9
10 - Michal BREZINA CZE 243.99 17 8
11 - Max AARON USA 241.49 15 10
12 - Alexander MAJOROV SWE 237.79 10 13
13 - Keiji TANAKA JPN 235.76 14 12
14 - Vincent ZHOU USA 235.24 3 19
15 - Paul FENTZ GER 230.92 12 16
16 - Romain PONSART FRA 229.20 16 14
17 - Matteo RIZZO ITA 225.24 18 17
18 - Brendan KERRY AUS 223.85 19 15
19 - Boyang JIN CHN 223.41 4 23
20 - Daniel SAMOHIN ISR 214.01 20 18
21 - Julian Zhi Jie YEE MAS 209.03 21 20
22 - Donovan CARRILLO MEX 200.76 24 21
23 - Slavik HAYRAPETYAN ARM 199.72 23 22
24 - Phillip HARRIS GBR 187.69 22 24

RUS, JPN and USA get 3 men for Worlds 2019. CAN, ISR, LAT, CZE get 2 men. CHN down to 1 man.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Jonas » Sat Mar 24, 2018 2:57 pm

Talk about a SPLAT FEST in that final group of men's free skates. Just a complete let down from that very talented group of men.

Keegan Messing was on the cusp of becoming one of the elites. I always contended that he has the goods, but just simply not delivered today. Two popped quads attempts and a fall on another just zapped all the energy out of what was otherwise a well constructed program.

Shoma Uno splatted on three of his four quads, but the last minute rally on his last three jumping passes gets him his second World silver. He just simply didn't look like an Olympic silver medallist here this week.

Boyang Jin I thought would sail right past Uno, but he splatted even worse. With all the missed quads, his weaknesses just came front and center and he rightfully plummeted in the standings.

Kolyada was, well, Kolyada. He did what I expected: flashes of greatness, but just CANNOT hold it all together. Kolyada is World Champion caliber, but his bronze medal here is the result of Vincent Zhou's misfortune.

Right before Zhou skated, I thought that the US would go 1-2 here. I also thought Zhou would run a quad clinic, put the heat on Chen, and, call me crazy, possibly pull a huge, exciting upset. That changed immediately after his first quad attempt. He was visibly tight and, sadly, the splat fest continued. Exacerbating the splat fest was the fact that this was going be a carrot fest as well AND that his speed was just simply nowhere near that of Kolyada's who skated right before. His score rightfully plummeted as well.

How providential was Max Aaron when he said in an interview here that he was admittedly undertrained and that he was simply here to assist his teammates as best as he can?? His 11th place here saved the third spot for the US, which could very well be his again if he would still want it.

The World title was pretty much a done deal for Nathan Chen, who probably could've won this title with just one or two quads, but he tried all 6 of them anyway and landed 5 cleanly. That's a competitor! His performance left me much to be desired -- still seemingly going mostly from one end of the ice to another to set up the quads, but he kept his tushy up, so...

Your thoughts...
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Ellen » Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:26 pm

Dragonlady wrote:
sms29s66 wrote:Wow. What a melt down.


The problem with the back loaded program is that is something goes amok early in the jumping passes, there is no recovery time. The next jump is right there and there no time to gather yourself together and re-focus.

There are a lot of issues with this girls skating. She breaks at the waist which they cover by having her wearing tutus in both programs, and she’s very stiff in the knees. Nothing looked smooth or fluid today. Her footwork was jerky. Maybe she’s just tired.


About Alina Zagitova's costume-pack and jumps in the second half of the program. You probably forgot that her long program was on the music from the Don Quixote ballet by Minkus.
Look at this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOIZyYbidAU
Starting from the 12th minute, only jumping elements come and the ballerina in a red pack twists the fouette. Look and you will understand why Alina jumps exactly where it is demanded by the music and by the theme of the ballet.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby chuckiem » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:00 pm

I'm quite well aware of the ballet, as I've seen it several times. However, I've never seen a ballerina in Don Quixote or any other ballet bent over at that angle while she dances. A classical dancer with posture like that wouldn't be hired for the corps de ballet, let alone in a featured role.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Ellen » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:01 pm

Sorry, I mean Alina's dress is the ballet tutu. I used wrong translation for it.
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby sms29s66 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:04 pm

Ellen, has it occurred to you that Alina may have chosen her music to accommodate her tutus?
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby chuckiem » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:09 pm

RESULTS FREE DANCE

1 Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON FRA 123.47 63.94 59.53 9.82 9.79 10.00 10.00 10.00 0.00 18
2 Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE USA 116.22 59.68 56.54 9.43 9.25 9.50 9.50 9.43 0.00 20
3 Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE ITA 114.62 58.25 56.37 9.25 9.18 9.54 9.46 9.54 0.00 16
4 Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE CAN 114.04 57.57 56.47 9.39 9.25 9.50 9.46 9.46 0.00 19
5 Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA 111.62 56.29 55.33 9.18 9.07 9.36 9.25 9.25 0.00 17
6 Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER CAN 111.59 58.11 53.48 8.86 8.71 9.00 8.93 9.07 0.00 14
7 Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN RUS 109.51 55.71 53.80 8.93 8.79 9.00 9.07 9.04 0.00 13
8 Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS 107.97 56.41 51.56 8.46 8.50 8.68 8.64 8.68 0.00 15
9 Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI ITA 107.29 55.16 52.13 8.61 8.54 8.75 8.68 8.86 0.00 12
10 Kaitlyn HAWAYEK / Jean Luc BAKER USA 101.80 53.26 48.54 8.11 7.86 8.21 8.07 8.21 0.00 8
11 Kana MURAMOTO / Chris REED JPN 98.73 51.24 47.49 7.89 7.75 7.93 8.04 7.96 0.00 11
12 Olivia SMART / Adria DIAZ ESP 98.33 51.36 46.97 7.75 7.57 7.93 7.89 8.00 0.00 10
13 Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LEGAC FRA 96.14 50.33 45.81 7.61 7.43 7.71 7.82 7.61 0.00 7
14 Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS CAN 95.44 48.08 47.36 7.75 7.61 7.93 8.07 8.11 0.00 6
15 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN UKR 95.05 49.24 45.81 7.61 7.46 7.61 7.82 7.68 0.00 3
16 Kavita LORENZ / Joti POLIZOAKIS GER 94.94 49.78 45.16 7.54 7.32 7.57 7.57 7.64 0.00 4
17 Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIU CHN 89.57 48.18 41.39 6.96 6.68 7.00 6.96 6.89 0.00 1
18 Alisa AGAFONOVA / Alper UCAR TUR 88.67 45.59 43.08 7.14 7.00 7.18 7.39 7.18 0.00 2
19 Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEV POL 87.76 42.19 47.57 7.89 7.79 7.82 8.18 7.96 2.00 9
20 Alison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU 86.97 44.33 42.64 7.14 6.86 7.18 7.14 7.21 0.00 5


JUDGES for the FREE DANCE
: GEO AZE GER UKR JPN CAN ESP KOR FIN

FINAL STANDINGS ICE DANCE

1 - Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON FRA 207.20 1 1
2 - Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE USA 196.64 2 2
3 - Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE CAN 192.35 3 4
4 - Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE ITA 192.08 4 3
5 - Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA 187.38 5 5
6 - Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER CAN 186.10 6 6
7 - Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN RUS 184.01 7 7
8 - Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS 180.42 8 8
9 - Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI ITA 178.44 9 9
10 - Kaitlyn HAWAYEK / Jean Luc BAKER USA 165.28 15 10
11 - Kana MURAMOTO / Chris REED JPN 164.28 10 11
12 - Olivia SMART / Adria DIAZ ESP 162.06 12 12
13 - Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LEGAC FRA 159.64 14 13
14 - Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS CAN 159.46 11 14
15 - Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN UKR 158.40 16 15
16 - Kavita LORENZ / Joti POLIZOAKIS GER 157.02 17 16
17 - Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEV POL 151.27 13 19
18 - Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIU CHN 150.75 19 17
19 - Alisa AGAFONOVA / Alper UCAR TUR 149.05 20 18
20 - Alison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU 148.30 18 20
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Re: 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 3/20-25 MILAN ITA

Postby Ellen » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:20 pm

chuckiem wrote:I'm quite well aware of the ballet, as I've seen it several times. However, I've never seen a ballerina in Don Quixote or any other ballet bent over at that angle while she dances. A classical dancer with posture like that wouldn't be hired for the corps de ballet, let alone in a featured role.


It is difficult to dance as perfect as the ballerinas of the Bolshoi theater. But this does not mean that the girls can not take this theme for their programs. Even Kaetlyn Osmond was in the form of the black swan from the Swan Lake. Although, you agree, she is very remotely looks like a swan and her choreography is also different from the ballet-like.
I actually do not pay attention to the fact that Alina leans forward. If you had not pointed on that, such an idea would never came to my mind.
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