Anything GOEs Fantasy Skating – NHK Tophy 2020

Welcome to Anything GOEs Fantasy Figure Skating for the 2020/21 Grand Prix season!

This week: NHK TROPHY

Here’s how to play:

Pick ONE skater/team from EACH group below to represent you for the event, and whatever total score that skater/team gets in the event (rounded up to the nearest whole point) will be how many points you earn! Bonus points will be awarded for podium places, 15 for 1st, 10 for 2nd, and 5 for 3rd.

Come up with a name to represent your team and keep it consistent when submitting! That way we’ll be able put all of your data together by the end of the series! 

For information about the skaters competing, don’t forget to check out our NHK Trophy Preview! Some of the statistics could be handy in making those tough selections! 

Due to lack of participants, there is no Pairs event at this year’s NHK Trophy.

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NHK Trophy 2020

The form is now closed. Enjoy the competition!

Once the event goes live, the submit form will disappear and you’ll no longer be able to submit your predictions for this event.

Let us know how you get on in the comments or with the Twitter hashtag #AGOEsFantasy!

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