Sunday, March 24

Playing With Numbers - The Total Scores for Chan/Ten from Each Judge


Above are the total scores for Denis Ten and Patrick Chan in the free skate from each of the nine judges at the World Championships. Remember, there can be no direct comparison between the judges since the ISU has decided to randomize the order in which the marks appear for each new skater.

Denis Ten had a maximum of 189.23 points and a minimum of 168.43 points, a 20.80 point spread. If you average all nine of the marks, his total segment score comes out to 175.46 points-- 0.54 higher than when two marks were dropped. His median score was 172.93 points.

Patrick Chan had a maximum of 177.28 points and a minimum of 160.88 points, a 16.40 point spread. If you average all nine of the marks, his total segment score comes out to 169.71 points-- 0.30 higher than when two marks were dropped. His median score was 169.28 points.

The average TES score for Ten was 87.96 points, and 82.05 points for Chan. If you take into account that Chan received 2.00 in deductions for his falls (on elements), he's basically earned 80.05 points here.
The average PCS score was 87.50 points for Ten, and 89.67 points for Chan.

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