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    Dance, Round 1 - Compulsory Dance

    Since noone started a thread, here it is. First round of dance has started this afternoon.

    Starting Number Name NOC Code
    Warm-Up Group No. 1
    1 GREBENKINA Anastasia / AZROJAN Vazgen Armenia ARM
    2 DROBIAZKO Margarita / VANAGAS Povilas Lithuania LTU
    3 SILVERSTEIN Jamie / O'MEARA Ryan United States USA
    4 GREGORY Melissa / PETUKHOV Denis United States USA
    Warm-Up Group No. 2
    5 FRASER Kristin / LUKANIN Igor Azerbaijan AZE
    6 DOMNINA Oksana / SHABALIN Maxim Russian Fed. RUS
    7 KAUC Alexandra / ZYCH Michal Poland POL
    8 WATANABE Nozomi / KIDO Akiyuki Japan JPN
    9 GRUSHINA Elena / GONCHAROV Ruslan Ukraine UKR
    Resurfacing of the Ice
    Warm-Up Group No. 3
    10 FAIELLA Federica / SCALI Massimo Italy ITA
    11 NAVKA Tatiana / KOSTOMAROV Roman Russian Fed. RUS
    12 BELBIN Tanith / AGOSTO Benjamin United States USA
    13 KHOKHLOVA Jana / NOVITSKI Sergei Russian Fed. RUS
    14 ZARETSKI Alexandra / ZARETSKI Roman Israel ISR
    Warm-Up Group No. 4
    15 GOLOVINA Julia / VOIKO Oleg Ukraine UKR
    16 DENKOVA Albena / STAVISKI Maxim Bulgaria BUL
    17 WING Megan / LOWE Aaron Canada CAN
    18 KERR Sinead / KERR John Great Britain GBR
    19 FUSAR POLI Barbara / MARGAGLIO Maurizio Italy ITA
    Resurfacing of the Ice
    Warm-Up Group No. 5
    20 DUBREUIL Marie-France / LAUZON Patrice Canada CAN
    21 DELOBEL Isabelle / SCHOENFELDER Olivier France FRA
    22 CHAIT Galit / SAKHNOVSKI Sergei Israel ISR
    23 HOFFMANN Nora / ELEK Attila Hungary HUN
    24 PECHALAT Nathalie / BOURZAT Fabian France FRA

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    Results after first two warm-up groups:

    1 UKR Grushina / Goncharov 18.12 19.27 0.00 37.39
    2 LTU Drobiazko / Vanagas 17.13 18.10 0.00 35.23
    3 RUS Domnina / Shabalin 17.06 16.31 0.00 33.37
    4 USA Gregory / Petukhov 15.67 14.84 0.00 30.51
    5 JPN Watanabe / Kido 14.71 13.24 0.00 27.95
    6 USA Silverstein / O'Meara 14.76 12.77 0.00 27.53
    7 AZE Fraser / Lukanin 13.84 13.43 0.00 27.27
    8 POL Kauc / Zych 13.75 11.18 0.00 24.93
    9 ARM Grebenkina / Azrojan 12.75 11.53 0.00 24.28

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    Compulsory dance is the Ravensburger Waltz. For what that's worth, to the rest of us.

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    N/K into first...but their scores are lower than that given to Tan&Ben at 4ccs.

    Tan&Ben skating now. This is it - 'zero hour'!!!!! Bless them!!!!

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    crap....Tan&Ben 3rd. Hopefully will stay there, this segment, then move up in OD.

    Lots of faves yet to skate....Denkova/Stav, Fusar-Poli/Marg, Dubreuil/Lauz, Delobel/Schoen, and Chait/Sakhnov.

    I hope that Tan&Ben stay in 3rd for today, then move up later.

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    The French/Italian/Bulgarian/Canadian/Israeli could all pass Tanith and Ben!
    Ok, I got to stop dreaming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkbiggestfan
    The French/Italian/Bulgarian/Canadian/Israeli could all pass Tanith and Ben!
    I hope not -- I think not -- but I won't rest easily until the last one among those has posted their scores & I still see Tan&Ben in the #3 spot.

    To me, the huge 'unknown' -- the 'kicker,' if you will -- is the team of F-P/M...you know, the hometown thing...and the Speedy Factor. My only nightmares have been about F-P/M being placed above the Americans. Awwww...but that just can't happen!!!!!

    p.s. - At least we know that Tan/Ben are being considered above the Lithuanians...who are wonderful, as we all know.
    Last edited by Frau Muller; 02-17-2006 at 02:44 PM.

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    Bulgarians in 2nd..let the ben&tanith drop start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkbiggestfan
    Bulgarians in 2nd..let the ben&tanith drop start!
    It's my understanding that Tanith and Ben are usually "behind" or at thier "worst" in the comp dance - est. with this one...anyone recall this?

    Also, only .29 seperates 4th (Tanith and Ben) and 2nd...that's just one judges pure personal opinion or lack of a toe-point or the smoothness of a lift letdown - nothing to sneeze about or really worry about (although I've not yet seen it)

    Yeah, I'm disapointed they're not in 2nd, but with such a small number seperating 2-4 and the likelihood that 2-6 will be less and 1 point, its going to be a fierce comp. and the placements for the next 2 dances could change alot.

    Okay...so, I'm trying to convince myself that Tanith and Ben are still a great shot at Silver....somehow I don't feel I'm too convinceing....

    Darby

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    Oh dear. Tanith and Ben are fourth now with the Italians still to skate. Could even the Canadians best them?

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    Viva Italia! So good to skate at home!

    There is no doubt that Italy will get a medal and maybe the gold!

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    Hmmm...Surprised to see 3rd Russian team, the 2nd Italian team, the UK team in frong to Petukov and wife...hmmm...Wonder what that is about...can anyone say if the second US team skated poorly?

    Also, granted Silverstein and O'Meara earned their spot based on thier skate at US Nats, anyone wonder if the US 4th place team (ah, can't remember names...she'd got short blond hair and he's Russian) would hve placed higher???

    This is going to be a good night to watch...

    Darby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkbiggestfan
    Viva Italia! So good to skate at home!

    There is no doubt that Italy will get a medal and maybe the gold!

    WHAT!!!!!! I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS ARGH!!!!!:banging: :banging: :banging: HOw are the Italians in 1st...are they REALLY that good? I don't remember them being "that" good...argh...sigh....

    Here's to Tanith and Ben getting a good nights rest and a rocking OD....

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    Now I understand why the Italians and Bulagarians skipped Euros! Pure politics!

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    This is my worst freakin nightmare....the Italiens in first. They were only a so-so team when they won worlds years ago. This season they've carefully avoided competing against anybody who matters until they get to home court. What a nightmare.

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