anonymous asked:

Do you by any chance know the most technically difficult singles program ever performed? (men's and women's) Is it just the current record holders'?

If by “most technically difficult” you mean “highest base value”, then no, definitely not the current record holders. They got those world records by being clean with high GOE and high PCS, not by attempting the hardest layouts.

Square brackets indicate layouts that were planned/attempted, but were not executed cleanly. * indicates the current world record.

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2017 Japan Open Ladies Unofficial Scores

Sources: 1, 2. Scores and jump reports are unofficial. Possible underrotations are not marked.

1) Evgenia Medvedeva 152.08 (77.03 TES + 75.05 PCS)
3F3T, 3Lz // 3F, 3Lo, 2A2T2T, 3S3T, 2A

2) Mai Mihara 147.83 (77.25 + 70.58)
3Lz3T, 2A, 3F // 2A3T, 3Lo, 3Lz+2T+2To, 3S

3) Alina Zagitova 145.28 (79.21 + 66.07)
// 3Lz3Lo, 2A3T, 3F2T2Lo, 3Lz, 3S, 3F, 2A

4) Mirai Nagasu 134.69 (72.57 + 62.12)
3A (two-foot, stepout), 3F3T, 3S // 2A3T2T, 3Lz, 3Lo2T, 3Lo

5) Marin Honda 133.41 (69.20 + 64.21)
3Lz, 3F3T // 2A3T, 3F (stepout), 3S, 3Lo, 2A1Lo2S

6) Karen Chen 116.32 (55.22 + 62.11)
3Lz3T, 3F // 2A1Lo3S, 3Lo, 3S2T, 3Lz (fall), 2A

@online_on_ice: Kinki Block 🌱 Sara Honda won in Novice B Ladies! 🎉 She also successfully landed a 2A3T for the first time! 😲 Even with a fall [during her FS], she had a total of 79.27 points, the highest score in the qualifiers nationwide. 😲😲
The formidable 4th grader says she also wants to do a 3-3 at National Novice❗ 😲😲😲 Her goal is 90.41, her sister Marin’s highest score at Novice B. 😃