GANGNEUNG, South Korea — After a disastrous showing in the men’s Olympic figure skating short program a day earlier, Nathan Chen of the United States went for broke and attempted six quads in his long program on Saturday. The bold move paid off, helping him leap from 17th place to fifth. Chen’s unprecedented six quads at the Olympics included the quadruple flip-double toe combination shown above. The move gave him 215.08 points, enough to win the long program portion of the competition.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — The top athletes in the men’s Olympic figure skating finals are expected to attempt three to five quadruple jumps each. A quad, which is a jump that has four revolutions, has the highest base value in figure skating and is generally worth more than twice the equivalent triple jump. For example, a triple lutz has a base value of 6 points. A quad lutz is worth 13.6 points.
The American opioid epidemic has defied all efforts to contain it, and the number of overdose deaths continues to grow. President Trump directed the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the opioid crisis a public health emergency in October and said “we have to do something about it” in his State of the Union address, but his administration has yet to pursue a specific strategy.
@JWGrieve@amandacox The SW and NE corners are for sure the most common methods, but I've seen a bunch of others over the years (3/2/1, 5/3/1, 5/3/2, 4/2/1, etc). All are at least defensible, so I think worth considering
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