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Thread: Height on jumps

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavenderblossom View Post
    I think one big issue with this list is no stats for distance or airtime. Boyang's jumps cover a lot of ice and really hang in the air which makes them look equally big or bigger than some of the high jumpers on this list.
    He does have a very high 4Lz, second only to Kolyada.
    Yes, it would be amazing if getting data about ice coverage would be possible too, but I don't think there is any method for that like there is for height, that can be used relatively easily.
    The guy from performance live had all the 4Lz's from Boyang, Yuzu and Mika analyzed I think, and while for height the order was Mika > Yuzu > Boyang, it was the other way around for ice coverage, with Boyang having the "longest" jump. On the list, a good part of the guys ahead of Boyang are high jumpers, but I think cover less ice with them (Mika, Takahito, Daniel, Maxim). That isn't necessarily better or worse IMO, just different. All of them have big jumps with good height/ice coverage in general.

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    Love Karen's 3 lutz and 2 axel. Truly believe she could get another rotation on each with some time spent with a jump specialist.

    Overall, nothing too shocking here. Love to see the people with beautiful height and distance as well as the ones with mediocre height/distance who have more consistency. I can find beauty in both.

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    Poor Kovtun. Author mercilessly mocked him.
    If you ever wanted to see Maxim Kovtun at the top of some pathos list with a beautiful design, then here it is-your finest hour.
    Quad toeloop Maxim without options won. His best attempt at a very sh....bad video with 25 fps (TH-17) generally is 74.5 cm (worst slightly less than 69), but the jump also not particularly stable, not only in height. Periodically Maxim loses two turns out of four.Hmm, it feels like star watch Kovtun are too often repeated. But if you already for some reason, it became annoying, then don't worry - in the next three ratings he is absent.

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    Does anyone have data for Akatieva's jump height and rps?
    And Berestovskaya's, from the 4T attempt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    Does anyone have data for Akatieva's jump height and rps?
    And Berestovskaya's, from the 4T attempt?
    Here is a summary of Akatieva's air time. I then derived the jump height assuming g=9.81
    https://i.loli.net/2018/04/16/5ad4bf8f59d70.png
    3Lz - 510ms - 31.94cm
    3F - 488ms - 29.18cm
    3Lo - 460ms - 25.95cm
    3S - 460ms - 25.95cm
    3T - 460ms - 25.93cm
    2A - 501ms - 30.80cm
    Note that airtime for -3T in 2A3T (520,500,433) is significantly better than that of 3Lz3T (440,433,433)

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