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Old November 3rd, 2007, 01:51 PM   #1
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Default Gustavo Casado From Brazil 1stplace On Short Program Inline

WAY TO GO GUSTAVO!!


Please post your comments about his presentation because sadly I wasnt able to log in at that time but hours later...it was the most frustrating thing

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Old November 3rd, 2007, 03:42 PM   #2
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Gustavo did a great job tonight for short program. He ranks #1 out of the 11 men skaters!

Inline Men Result - Short Program, please click:
http://www.2007worldartchampionships...1194094666.pdf


Inline Ladies Result - Short Program, please click:
http://www.2007worldartchampionships...1194094758.pdf


Arthur Lee from Carrara Sports Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia
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Old November 3rd, 2007, 04:37 PM   #3
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Congratulations to Huang Chin-Wei and others, this is amazing second place for TPE. What was happening to Adrian?!!!
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Old November 3rd, 2007, 09:18 PM   #4
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Hi LIst

I was so excited that I had not posted everything I meant to.

Please, I would like to add that I was not able to watch the competition but Ive finaly got to see some flashes and Id like to congratulate each of of the inline mens skater who has done an herculeous job to make such a great show a gift for all of us around the world.,

Thus, congrat toeach of you and your coaches.

Gustavo Casado De Melo BRA , Huang Chin-Wei TPE , Carlos Urquia ARG , James Johnson USA,Andrew Bassi AUS , Eric Traonouez FRA, Anup Kumar Yama IND, Adrian Baturin ARG , William Salsbury , Chen Jui-Shu TPE &. Aslan Lotfi IRI

Each one of them has been making their history in the sport.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH INDEED TO YALL
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Old November 4th, 2007, 06:58 PM   #5
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Old November 4th, 2007, 09:37 PM   #6
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very nice routine! Was wondering where the doubles and triples were.
Didn't know they waited on the shorts. Learning something newevery day.
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Old November 5th, 2007, 01:21 AM   #7
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very nice routine! Was wondering where the doubles and triples were.
Didn't know they waited on the shorts. Learning something newevery day.

the short programs are part of the score, 25% i think and the long is multiplied 3 times for the total numbers. i agree with you wasnt a very clean skate for any of the top 5 and some of the difficult items were missing. certainly not the best we seen in the past 5 years. but congratulations to the winners they did what they needed to win.
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Old November 6th, 2007, 04:29 PM   #8
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YOU MADE IT !!! CONGRATS ! PARABENS GUSTAVO !! AWESOME ROUTINE ,VIGOUROUS SKATING We are so thankful to take Brazil to the highest podium position at such young age and previous record. Gustavo,still many many years to come to gift us with your beautiful skating.
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YOU MADE IT !!! CONGRATS ! PARABENS GUSTAVO !! AWESOME ROUTINE ,VIGOUROUS SKATING We are so thankful to take Brazil to the highest podium position at such young age and previous record. Gustavo,still many many years to come to gift us with your beautiful skating.
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how old is gustavo? if hes young like you said we should see good things from him in the future. i probably expect to much from these guys as i gauge them all from Jayson when he was winning worlds on inlines. of course he did all the items on quads first so he had an edge i think lol. i want to see clean 2 axels and triples from these guys, mapes, toe walley, salcow, lutz and flip and maybe even a loop eventually. i think Jayson did all of those except for the loop, not sure on that one. but he will let me know when he reads this lol.
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how old is gustavo? if hes young like you said we should see good things from him in the future. i probably expect to much from these guys as i gauge them all from Jayson when he was winning worlds on inlines. of course he did all the items on quads first so he had an edge i think lol. i want to see clean 2 axels and triples from these guys, mapes, toe walley, salcow, lutz and flip and maybe even a loop eventually. i think Jayson did all of those except for the loop, not sure on that one. but he will let me know when he reads this lol.

Hell get there Rick wish Gustavo and others could comeup to post on behalf of themselves...an idea...lets tease them,.. he will post then!

Jayson is already parr of the skating history... and those folks are now continueing his task.... Im not sure about Gustavos age now...either 16 or 17

I myself prefered the overall short routine over the long. Artistic has not shown the SHOW Id expected and yes you are right regarding clean jumps Iguess...but let me tell you..I could bearly see the skates because the files I saw had cut the bottom part of the videos... so I could not tell much whether or not they were clean but even though they were safer, more vigorous and better than last years....slowly and firmly thats how inline skating develops.... way togo withour heroes and heroines... regarding inline mens precision I coudnt see any clip at all...I dotn have a clue about it...if anyone does have pix or anything about the event and coments etc please open a new tread about it.

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Hell get there Rick wish Gustavo and others could comeup to post on behalf of themselves...an idea...lets tease them,.. he will post then!

Jayson is already parr of the skating history... and those folks are now continueing his task.... Im not sure about Gustavos age now...either 16 or 17

I myself prefered the overall short routine over the long. Artistic has not shown the SHOW Id expected and yes you are right regarding clean jumps Iguess...but let me tell you..I could bearly see the skates because the files I saw had cut the bottom part of the videos... so I could not tell much whether or not they were clean but even though they were safer, more vigorous and better than last years....slowly and firmly thats how inline skating develops.... way togo withour heroes and heroines... regarding inline mens precision I coudnt see any clip at all...I dotn have a clue about it...if anyone does have pix or anything about the event and coments etc please open a new tread about it.

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wow he is young and has a time for a good upside so we might see it all eventually. a lot of the items were underrotated and a bit 2 footed on some but still good programs. the short has less items and less time and less room for error also. still good to watch and they all work hard. like you said inline is still a work in progress.
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