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Date d'inscription : 29/04/2006

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U.S. men win at Campbell's Cup; U.S. women fall short

CINCINNATI -- Team Japan won the women's competition when
Americans Kimmie Meissner and Sasha Cohen failed on planned triple
jumps Sunday in the U.S. Figure Skating Campbell's Cup.

Team USA won the men's title and Team Canada took the
pairs/dance event Sunday.

Japan's Mao Asada, Mai Asada and Miki Ando swept the women's
segment as Olympic silver medalist Cohen and world champion
Meissner missed the triples, costing them valuable points.

"I was a little disappointed," said Cohen, the defending U.S.
champion. "I popped my flip. I'm just happy to be on my feet."

Meissner said she missed some jumps, but thought she performed

"To me, it was more like a show," she said. "It was fun."

Also competing against Japan, Team USA won two of three portions
of the men's program.

Johnny Weir, the three-time U.S. champion, got his team rolling
by winning the short program.

"It was OK," said Weir, who was battling a case of flu. "It
was kind of slow."

American Scott Smith won the free skate.

Two-time world bronze medalist Evan Lysacek said he enjoyed
teaming up with Weir

"It's an awesome way to start the season," Lysacek said. "I'm
sure he'll want to beat me, and I'll want to beat him, but it's
nice to be on a team rooting for each other. It's a long, difficult
season, and it's nice to have a fun one to kick it off."

The winning teams in each of the individual competitions won
$60,000 and the losing teams received $30,000.

In the pairs and ice dancing competition between Canada and the
United States, the Canadian team won $40,000 and Team USA received

Team Canada won both the short program and free skate in pairs,
and the free dance event. Olympic silver medalists Tanith Belbin
and Ben Agosto took the original dance for the United States.

Jean-Sebastian Fecteau teamed with Utako Wakamatsu to capture
the free dance.

"Canada has always had three or four what I call world-level
teams," Fecteau said. "I've always said to reporters that it's
tougher to get out of Canada (into international competition) than
it is to finish in the top 10 in the world."

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