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Four Continents Championships - Adam Rippon Wins!

A couple of days away from the computer and look what happens - Adam Rippon goes and wins Four Continents!  HOORAY!  I haven't seen the performances yet but I will be sure to check them out on youtube.  He jumped from seventh after the short to a solid first after what must have been quite a free skate.  The other medalists were Tatsuka Machida of Japan, with the silver, and Kevin Reynolds of Canada with the bronze.  America's Brandon Mroz and Ryan Bradley were fourth and fifth.  So happy for Rippon!

Full results after the jump.

Final Results

Pl Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Adam RIPPON USA 225.78 7 1
2 Tatsuki MACHIDA JPN 217.48 6 2
3 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN 212.99 1 8
4 Brandon MROZ USA 212.68 3 5
5 Ryan BRADLEY USA 212.19 8 3
6 Nan SONG CHN 209.68 2 6
7 Shawn SAWYER CAN 206.34 10 4
8 Jialiang WU CHN 203.60 5 7
9 Jinlin GUAN CHN 195.66 9 9
10 Denis TEN KAZ 172.65 4 14
11 Joey RUSSELL CAN 171.44 12 10
12 Yasuharu NANRI JPN 171.36 11 11
13 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV KAZ 156.91 13 15
14 Min-Seok KIM KOR 153.09 16 12
15 Kento NAKAMURA JPN 152.69 17 13
16 Stephen Li-Chung KUO TPE 148.96 14 16
17 Kevin ALVES BRA 130.76 19 17
18 Mark WEBSTER AUS 129.73 15 19
19 Matthew PRECIOUS AUS 127.09 18 18
20 Wun-Chang SHIH TPE 101.87 20 20