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Chan Leads Men at Four Continents

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The Four Continents Championships got under way last night in Colorado Springs. Reigning world champion Patrick Chan leads the field despite putting both hands down on his quadruple toe loop. But the night really belonged to Japanese up-and-comers Takahito Mura and Tatsuki Machida, who both performed clean programs and sit in second and fourth place, respectively. They weren't up to the program components of some of the more well-known skaters but they were pretty fun to watch last night. Japan's Daisuke Takahashi fell on his quad attempt and is in third place.

America's Ross Miner had a lovely and successful short program but it did not have the technical content necessary to get him higher than sixth place. Adam Rippon was doing well but then after he landed his Rippon lutz he fell, so sad. So he is in seventh place now.

Full results after the jump...

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Patrick CHAN
CAN
87.95 1
2 Takahito MURA
JPN
83.44 2
3 Daisuke TAKAHASHI
JPN
82.59 3
4 Tatsuki MACHIDA
JPN
82.37 4
5 Denis TEN
KAZ
77.73 5
6 Ross MINER
USA
76.89 6
7 Adam RIPPON
USA
74.92 7
8 Nan SONG
CHN
69.34 8
9 Kevin REYNOLDS
CAN
68.22 9
10 Jinlin GUAN
CHN
66.36 10
11 Misha GE
UZB
64.49 11
12 Jeremy TEN
CAN
61.37 12
13 Richard DORNBUSH
USA
61.34 13
14 Christopher CALUZA
PHI
58.02 14
15 Jialiang WU
CHN
56.19 15
16 Alex Kang Chan KAM
KOR
52.12 16
17 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV
KAZ
52.10 17
18 Mark WEBSTER
AUS
50.88 18
19 Luiz MANELLA
BRA
50.17 19
20 Jordan JU
TPE
49.49 20
21 Min-Seok KIM
KOR
49.39 21
22 Kevin ALVES
BRA
47.96 22
23 Brendan KERRY
AUS
47.01 23
24 Nicholas FERNANDEZ
AUS
44.57 24
25 Harry Hau Yin LEE
HKG
42.00 25
26 Maverick EGUIA
PHI
41.63 26
27 Wun-Chang SHIH
TPE
37.30 27
28 Hwan-Jin KIM
KOR
36.95 28