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    Golden Spin, Zagreb


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    Does anyone know if the announcement is available for this yet?

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    The only news I've heard is for British Fans that Jenna McCorkell will be making her competitive comeback after being out injured for ages.

    Good Luck to you Jenna!

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    I'm from Croatia and these are the information I got from girls from synchronized skating team.
    It's only a schedule - and it's still not 100% .


    Friday, 17.11.2006.

    13.45 Ice dancing - CD
    15.00 ladies - short
    18.00 the opening
    18.30 men - short
    21.30 ice dancing - OD

    18.11.2006.

    14.00 men-free program
    17.30 Ice Dancing - free dance
    19.30 LAdies- free program

    Sunday 19.11.2006.

    Gala - not yet sure about time

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    Here's the website while we wait for official entry list.

    http://www.croskate.hr/

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    Quote Originally Posted by La Rhumba View Post
    The only news I've heard is for British Fans that Jenna McCorkell will be making her competitive comeback after being out injured for ages.
    So, she is not competing at TEB

    But yeah, Good Luck for her!

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    GB has quite a big team going to Zagreb. Aswell as Jenna, there is Thomas Paulson and John Hamer in the Men, and Dancers Kira Geil and Andrew Smykowski.

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    Entries are up

    http://www.kraso.sk/results/2006-2007/goldenspin/

    That will also show the result as and when they start coming through.

    Ant

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    I noticed that in the ice dance, there was a japanese team, cathy reed and chris reed, those names don't sound very japanese...maybe it's a mistake and they are from the u.s. or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by italia View Post
    I noticed that in the ice dance, there was a japanese team, cathy reed and chris reed, those names don't sound very japanese...maybe it's a mistake and they are from the u.s. or something
    Yes, they were last year's US novice champions but they are now representing Japan. Shae-Lynn Bourne is their coach.

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    go go Daniil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Let's show them what a 15 years old can do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Chris and Cathy Reed's mother is Japanese, so they have decided to skate for Japan.

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    I can't remember the British guy's name in Dortmund Worlds. I think it was John Hammer. Anyway, he came in dead last but he had spunk! and got a standing ovations from the crowd. Hope to see him again.

    Zagreb - That means the ever popular Trifun Zvonovich!

    Joe

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    John Hamer came 4th in Zagreb, his nearest British rival came 11th, so there's a strong chance that John will retain his British Title and be sent to Euros and Worlds again.

    http://johnhamerskating.co.uk/4436.html

    As you can see from this pic though, his rival, Thomas Paulson on the left, is alot cuter.

    Last edited by La Rhumba; 11-19-2006 at 09:54 PM.

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    OMG! I've gone from "Tripping on the Podium" to being a "Medalist". Yay to me!

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    At last year's British i must say that i preferred Thomas Paulson's style of skating over John's. John does have more success with his jumps than Thomas but i think if Thomas can get more consistant with his jumps then john will have to be looking over his shoulder.

    And did you see the protocls? Thomas did a serpentine step sequence! After all our discussions about thedeath of the serpentine step sequence Thomas brings one out!

    Ant

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