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2010 World Championships Results: Men's Final Standings

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I don't think there is much to debate regarding this competition.  Daisuke Takahashi is the one man who truly came out and won the competition, becoming the first Japanese male world champion.  There were other impressive performances, though.  Patrick Chan won the silver medal for the second year in a row.  And Brian Joubert won the bronze medal for the second year in a row, but it was a little bit of redemption after a disastrous Olympics. 

Full results after the jump.


FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Daisuke TAKAHASHI
JPN
257.70 1 1
2 Patrick CHAN
CAN
247.22 2 2
3 Brian JOUBERT
FRA
241.74 3 4
4 Michal BREZINA
CZE
236.06 5 3
5 Jeremy ABBOTT
USA
232.10 6 6
6 Adam RIPPON
USA
231.47 7 5
7 Samuel CONTESTI
ITA
218.66 8 11
8 Kevin VAN DER PERREN
BEL
218.43 10 9
9 Adrian SCHULTHEISS
SWE
218.26 12 7
10 Takahiko KOZUKA
JPN
216.73 4 12
11 Kevin REYNOLDS
CAN
216.58 14 8
12 Javier FERNANDEZ
ESP
215.66 13 10
13 Denis TEN
KAZ
202.46 9 15
14 Sergei VORONOV
RUS
200.60 11 14
15 Florent AMODIO
FRA
197.25 15 13
16 Anton KOVALEVSKI
UKR
186.03 16 19
17 Jinlin GUAN
CHN
182.68 19 16
18 Ryan BRADLEY
USA
179.24 21 17
19 Alexandr KAZAKOV
BLR
175.57 24 18
20 Viktor PFEIFER
AUT
170.79 17 21
21 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV
KAZ
166.20 22 20
22 Jamal OTHMAN
SUI
156.41 20 22
23 Min-Seok KIM
KOR
149.31 18 24
24 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI
FIN
148.34 23 23