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?

    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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    Canada, Oh Canada

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

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