4C's women's short results SPOILER

4C's women's short results SPOILER

Post by Antho » Fri, 14 Feb 2003 01:36:30


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2003 Four Continents Championships
Ladies - Short Program

1 Fumie SUGURI  JPN
2 Shizuka ARAKAWA  JPN
3 Yukari NAKANO  JPN
4 Ann Patrice McDONOUGH  USA
5 Amber CORWIN  
6 Dan FANG  CHN
7 Joannie ROCHETTE  CAN
8 Jennifer ROBINSON  CAN
9 Siyin SUN  CHN
10 Miriam MANZANO  AUS
11 Anastasia GIMAZETDINOVA  UZB
12 Bit-Na PARK  KOR
13 Yan LIU  CHN
14 Annie BELLEMARE  CAN

Looks like the japanese ladies really are going to be a force to be
reckoned with at worlds

Ant

 
 
 

4C's women's short results SPOILER

Post by left » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 02:08:13

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> 2003 Four Continents Championships
> Ladies - Short Program

> 1 Fumie SUGURI  JPN
> 2 Shizuka ARAKAWA  JPN
> 3 Yukari NAKANO  JPN
> 4 Ann Patrice McDONOUGH  USA
> 5 Amber CORWIN  
> 6 Dan FANG  CHN
> 7 Joannie ROCHETTE  CAN
> 8 Jennifer ROBINSON  CAN
> 9 Siyin SUN  CHN
> 10 Miriam MANZANO  AUS
> 11 Anastasia GIMAZETDINOVA  UZB
> 12 Bit-Na PARK  KOR
> 13 Yan LIU  CHN
> 14 Annie BELLEMARE  CAN

> Looks like the japanese ladies really are going to be a force to be
> reckoned with at worlds

> Ant

If everyone skated clean at Worlds (I can dream can't I?) it would be
verrrry interesting to see where the judges place the Japanese ladies.
 i.e., will their level of difficulty and their athleticism counteract
their lack of presentation skills?

 
 
 

4C's women's short results SPOILER

Post by Cle » Sun, 16 Feb 2003 02:20:45

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>If everyone skated clean at Worlds (I can dream can't I?) it would be
>verrrry interesting to see where the judges place the Japanese ladies.
> i.e., will their level of difficulty and their athleticism counteract
>their lack of presentation skills?>

While I'd agree with you that Nakano is lacking in the presentation department,
IMO Seguri and Arakawa are just fine.  (Is Nakano going to Worlds? Or Onda - if
she's recovered from injury?)

~Cleo
~~~~~
"Like a demolition derby driver emerging unscathed in his junker while everyone
else's is stalled and smoking...Ryan Jahnke...went from sixth to third...and
earned a spot on the U.S. (Worlds) team..."   ~John Crumpacker, SF Chronicle