View Poll Results: Which lady veteran will shine this year?

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  • Fumie Suguri

    10 38.46%
  • Elena Sokolova

    8 30.77%
  • Julia Sebestyen

    0 0%
  • Victoria Volchkova

    0 0%
  • Susanna Pokyio

    2 7.69%
  • Who am I forgetting?

    6 23.08%
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Thread: Which Lady Veteran will shine this year?

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    Which Lady Veteran will shine this year?


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    Of the few veteran ladies set to compete this year, which one do you think will do the best? Who will give the young'ns a run for their money?

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    I chose who am I forgetting, because I would consider Joannie Rochette a veteran, she's been on the world seen for a few years.

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    I chose "forgetting" too. I expect Sasha to shine at Nationals and Worlds after getting a good rest.

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    SpunSilver

    SpunSilver, Sasha isn't a valid choice because the answer only concerns this year, during which Sasha will not be competing.

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    She's signed up for Nats and Worlds is on her calendar.

    http://www.sashacohen.com/calendar.shtml

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    Other: Sarah Meier

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    I didn't add Irina or Sasha because I wasn't sure they've committed to the season yet. Would be interesting to see if the half-season schedule works for them.

    Sarah Meier! I knew I had forgotten someone. Looks like the European ladies get the perservance award this season.

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    Miki Ando, young at 18 (or is she 19?) but still a skating vet will (I pray) shine this year.

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    I don't know...when I think "skating veteran" I think of skaters wou've been on the senior scene for more than four years. Miki is still a few years shy, I think.

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    Rochette as well because I predict the Canadians will make their move to the top and take her with them.

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