AGAINST TH LION. HE’S A HERO JUST AS HE IS. TUR BROUGHT IT UP YOUR FAVORITE TOPIC. THE QUAD JUMP. IT HAS BECOME THE NUMBER ONE TOPIC. WE DO KNOW THAT MICHAEL WEISS IS GOING TO TRY A QUADRUPLE LUTZ. EARLIER IN PRACTICE, THIS IS HIS ATTEMPT. HE NORMALLY HITS IT ABOUT 10% OF THE TIME. HE DID NOT COMPLETE IT THEN. TODD ELDREDGE, WE DON’T KNOW IF HE’LL TRY A QUAD JUMP TONIGHT. HE DIDN’T LAND ONE ALL WEEK PRACTICE. LHE ATTENTION THIS ARENA. FOCUSED ON THE QUAD, HOW IMPORTANT IS IT?>>BrianTERRY,TODD ELDREDGE ANDHAEL WEISS ARE I COMPLETELY DIFFERENT SITUATIONS WITH THEIRLE JUMPS THEIR RISKS E DIFFERENT. IT TAKESEAMAKE A JUMP COMPETIOSA DDASTENN ACTIEHASN’T TRI IOM EECT IT TO T TONIGHT. TH YEAR FOR HIM IS ABOUT SKATING A CLEAN PERFORMANCE INPC MEDAL. MICHAEL WEISS HAS NOTHI TO HE’S OVNCES THAT HE CAN MISS THE QUAD IN THE OPEN D T OF THE PROGRAM. AND HE’S ALSOO HEE M NEED

Piece on Planned Quadruple Jumps – 1998 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, Men’s Free Skate
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  • April 6, 2013 at 5:26 pm
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    Weiss did a jump in competition that he only landed 10% of the time? Damn, that's gutsy!

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