which translates to (with base scores for each element in parentheses)
1. Quad Toe Loop + Double Toe Loop (11.60) 2. Flying Sit Spin (1.70) 3. Quad Salchow (10.50) 4. Change Foot Camel Spin (1.70) 5. Triple Loop (5.10) 6. Choreo Sequence (2.00) ————————————— 7. Triple Axel (8.50 + b = 9.35) 8. Triple Flip (5.30 + b = 5.85) 9. Triple Axel + Single Loop + Triple Salchow (13.10 + b = 14.41) 10. Triple Lutz + Triple Toe Loop (10.10 + b = 11.11) 11. Quad Toe Loop (10.30 + b = 11.33) 12. Change Foot Combination Spin (1.70)
please correct me if i’m wrong about anything.
so… for the spins, those are the base values. if yuri’s spins are
more complex than just a basic spin, then his score would go up, but
there’s no indication of what level they are, so… just gonna go with
base value. even with that, his technical difficulty score would be 86.33,
which… is pretty awesome, honestly, and includes 4.73 of bonus
because of the twelve jumps planned, EIGHT of them are in the second
half (and in the long program, jumps in the second half get a 10%
these are the BASE VALUES, once again. if his spins
are more complex, they’ll get added points, and every single element is
judged by a panel for a Grade of Execution (GOE) which will either add
or subtract up to three points per element. (which means… he could
get LESS than 86.33, too, but. even still.)
i’m no expert, but if
he executes this plan, and doesn’t fall… his score should be pretty
massive. tho, even if he steps out of a jump, or downgrades a jump
(especially in the competitions leading up to the GPF…) he’ll still
have a really competitive technical score.
and takeshi thought
his short program was spartan… literally, the entire second half is
all jumps again except for a final spin… victor is, um. challenging!!