Hubbell and Donohue feel shaky despite leading after rhythm dance at Four Continents championships

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Chock and Bates beat Hubbell and Donohue for the best technical element score, 44.78 to 44.36, but Hubbell and Donohue had better program component scores, which are the scores for skating skills, transitions, performance, choreography, and interpretation of the music. The overall difference was so slight that even Chock couldn’t identify it. “It’s very subjective, so we don’t know what that is,” said Chock, who left Southern California when she was 13 to advance her training. “It’s such a small, small point difference that it doesn’t really make a difference.”



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