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Four Continents Results Update

Four Continents is continuing this weekend.

Updated results after the jump.

Men

Patrick Chan wasn't perfect but he was dominant in victory here, and I don't see how the world championship can be competitively exciting but if you want to see someone at the top of his sport continue his hold on the competition, that's what you will get. But I am happy to see Ross Miner break out and prove me wrong and get a medal!

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Patrick CHAN
CAN
273.94 1 1
2 Daisuke TAKAHASHI
JPN
244.33 3 2
3 Ross MINER
USA
223.23 6 4
4 Adam RIPPON
USA
221.55 7 3
5 Takahito MURA
JPN
217.16 2 6
6 Denis TEN
KAZ
210.03 5 7
7 Tatsuki MACHIDA
JPN
208.04 4 10
8 Kevin REYNOLDS
CAN
203.26 9 5
9 Misha GE
UZB
196.53 11 8
10 Jinlin GUAN
CHN
196.53 10 9
11 Nan SONG
CHN
190.51 8 11
12 Christopher CALUZA
PHI
172.60 14 12
13 Richard DORNBUSH
USA
164.29 13 14
14 Jeremy TEN
CAN
159.22 12 18
15 Min-Seok KIM
KOR
157.14 21 13
16 Jialiang WU
CHN
156.62 15 17
17 Alex Kang Chan KAM
KOR
154.07 16 15
18 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV
KAZ
153.63 17 16
19 Brendan KERRY
AUS
144.26 23 19
20 Mark WEBSTER
AUS
138.87 18 20
21 Jordan JU
TPE
134.97 20 22
22 Luiz MANELLA
BRA
133.07 19 24
23 Kevin ALVES
BRA
132.94 22 23
24 Nicholas FERNANDEZ
AUS
131.76 24 21
25 Harry Hau Yin LEE
HKG
FNR 25
26 Maverick EGUIA
PHI
FNR 26
27 Wun-Chang SHIH
TPE
FNR 27
28 Hwan-Jin KIM
KOR
FNR 28

Ladies

Japan's Mao Asada edged out Ashley Wagner for first in the short program. What did you all think of that? I was very happy Wagner did the triple/triple in her short. She said after nationals that she definitely had to add it and she got negative GOE for it was a bit sloppy but no underrotation, so that's a start at least. And it's something Asada doesn't do. And Caroline Zhang may not be a close fourth but who doesn't love her story this season?

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Mao ASADA
JPN
64.25 1
2 Ashley WAGNER
USA
64.07 2
3 Kanako MURAKAMI
JPN
63.45 3
4 Caroline ZHANG
USA
58.74 4
5 Kexin ZHANG
CHN
54.07 5
6 Agnes ZAWADZKI
USA
52.87 6
7 Amelie LACOSTE
CAN
51.72 7
8 Cynthia PHANEUF
CAN
50.76 8
9 Min-Jeong KWAK
KOR
48.72 9
10 Bingwa GENG
CHN
46.98 10
11 Haruka IMAI
JPN
45.19 11
12 Victoria MUNIZ
PUR
42.63 12
13 Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK
THA
37.23 13
14 Alexandra NAJARRO
CAN
37.08 14
15 Chae-Yeon SUHR
KOR
36.54 15
16 Qiuying ZHU
CHN
36.43 16
17 Sandra KOHPON
THA
35.58 17
18 Melinda WANG
TPE
35.35 18
19 Yea-Ji YUN
KOR
32.46 19
20 Chantelle KERRY
AUS
32.28 20
21 Lejeanne MARAIS
RSA
32.15 21
22 Melanie SWANG
THA
31.21 22
23 Crystal KIANG
TPE
30.91 23
24 Zhaira COSTINIANO
PHI
30.33 24
25 Reyna HAMUI
MEX
FNR 25
26 Chaochih LIU
TPE
FNR 26
27 Mericien VENZON
PHI
FNR 27
28 Brittany LAU
SIN
FNR 28
29 Zara PASFIELD
AUS
FNR 29
30 Jaimee NOBBS
AUS
FNR 30