duminică, 8 decembrie 2013

Grand Prix Finala Fukeoka Japan..Programe scurte, Program liber Masculin.

Eurosport2 a fost dragut si a transmis toate programele scurte de patinaj artistic de la Finala de Grand Prix. Fetele au fost extraordinare, doar una a gresit, o rusoaica din noul val, Elena Rodionova.

In schimb baietii, cu exceptia lui Yuzuru Haniu, s-au intrecut parca cine sa greseasca mai mult.

Dar la programul liber s-au concentrat mai mult. Iar Yuzuru a fost ceva de vis, in ciuda faptului ca a cazut la primul cvadruplu tot i-a dat clasa lui Patrick Chan. Am avut oarecare emotii ca nu il vor tine nervii, dar nu a fost cazul, scurta rugaciune de la inceput l-a ajutat. m-am bucurat si pentru Nobunari Oda ca a revenit in forma, si cel de-al treilea japonez a fost la inaltime, in ciuda programului scurt.

Bravo Yuzuru!!!!!!
Lui Patrick Chan de data asta nu i-a mai folosit impresia artistica... 


Yuzuru Hanyu (JPN) wins Men’s Short Program, sets record score

Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan earned a strong lead in the Men’s Short Program, setting a new record score of 99.84 points on the way. Canada’s Patrick Chan came second, followed by Nobunari Oda of Japan.

Hanyu’s routine to “Parisian Walkways” featured a quadruple toeloop, a triple Axel, triple Lutz-triple toe. Two spins and the footwork merited a level four. “First of all, I am totally surprised about the score I got. For my performance, I think I did a good performance starting with the quad and also my Axel and Lutz were good as well. However, for the steps and spins, towards the end of my performance I think I lacked a little bit of concentration so that is the part I regret. Today what I felt is that I wanted to put all my effort into my jumps, spins and steps. I was able to enjoy my performance today”, the 18-year-old told the press. Skating to an Elegy by Sergei Rachmaninov, Chan nailed the quad-triple toe combination but stumbled badly on his triple Axel and then did just a double Lutz. He scored 87.47 points. “I am not super happy with how I skated. When you achieve close to perfection, like I did in Paris, to do it again is hard. It hurts even more when you don’t do it so I am upset. Tomorrow is a new day, where the long program is where it’s won, so we will see”, the three-time and reigning World Champion said. Oda fell on his opening quad toe but recovered to land a triple Axel and triple Lutz-triple toe. He earned 80.94 points. “I was nervous and I fell on my first jump (quad toe) and after that I felt like I woke up. I wanted to skate well in front of the Japanese audience and the more I thought of that, it made me nervous. I cannot take back what I fell on, so I hope to land it in my free skate”, Oda explained.

Han Yan (CHN) is ranked fourth at 77.75 points. Maxim Kovtun (RUS) finished fifth (68.92) and Tatsuki Machida (JPN) is currently standing in sixth place (65.66 points).

 Draguta de Mao Asada a reusit sa aterizeze triplul Axel dar a fost, helas, subrotat...Ma bucur mult pentru ea, imi e tare draga.

Mao Asada (JPN) claims Ladies Short Program

Mao Asada of Japan claimed the Ladies Short Program. Adelina Sotnikova of Russia finished second and Ashley Wagner (USA) came third.

Asada’s program to a Nocturne by Chopin included a triple flip, triple loop-double loop combination and two level-four spins, but her triple Axel was underrotated. The two-time World Champion picked up 72.36 points. “I was very happy about the triple Axel. This was the first time I was able to land it that well this season. During practice I landed about 50 to 70 percent, but in the competition I just focused on landing one and I think that really went well. Because I have one day off, I will focus on resting tomorrow and I plan to do two triple Axels in the long program”, the reigning World bronze medalist said. Skating to “Habanera”, Sotnikova produced a triple toe-triple toe combination, a triple flip, double Axel and level four spins and footwork to post a new personal best score of 68.38 points. “I am very happy with how I skated. It was the best I’ve skated this season so far. We have very strong girls, four strong girls are here, they are all very strong and they all can do triple-triples. They all potentially could be in the top three. At the moment I am higher than they are and I try not to relax, to skate as well as in the long program to stay in that place among the Russians”, the European silver medalist noted. Wagner completed a triple flip-triple toe, a triple loop and three level-four spins in her routine set to “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd. The U.S. Champion earned 68.14 points. “My goal this season was to land the triple-triple which I achieved. The whole point of this program is to be strong and sexy but feminine. Women skaters need to feel more comfortable being strong. I’m trying to portray that with that program and it’s fun for me to skate”, Wagner stated.

Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS) came fourth at 66.62 points followed by teammates Elena Radionova (64.38 points) and Anna Pogorilaya (59.81 points).


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