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    Surprise Dance Results

    Domnina/Shabalin lead after the CP.Nice surprise, but IMO non unexpected)

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    Not by much, though ... and this is only the CD.

    1 Oksana DOMNINA / Maxim SHABALIN RUS 36.86 18.82 18.04 7.25 7.05 7.35 7.25 0.00 #5
    2 Tanith BELBIN / Benjamin AGOSTO USA 36.75 18.26 18.49 7.50 7.20 7.45 7.45 0.00 #7
    3 Jana KHOKHLOVA / Sergei NOVITSKI RUS 31.61 16.16 15.45 6.35 5.95 6.15 6.30 0.00 #3
    4 Alexandra ZARETSKI / Roman ZARETSKI ISR 30.20 16.24 13.96 5.80 5.35 5.60 5.60 0.00 #9
    5 Anastasia GREBENKINA / Vazgen AZROJAN ARM 29.19 15.32 13.87 5.65 5.40 5.60 5.55 0.00 #1
    6 Pernelle CARRON / Mathieu JOST FRA 28.25 15.14 13.11 5.40 5.10 5.15 5.30 0.00 #10
    7 Lauren SENFT / Leif GISLASON CAN 27.70 15.04 12.66 5.30 4.80 5.10 5.05 0.00 #11
    8 Mylene GIRARD / Bradley YAEGER CAN 26.00 13.58 12.42 5.10 4.75 5.15 4.90 0.00 #2
    9 Xintong HUANG / Xun ZHENG CHN 23.17 12.64 10.53 4.55 3.95 4.15 4.15 0.00 #8
    10 Olga AKIMOVA / Alexander SHAKALOV UZB 22.33 12.88 10.45 4.35 3.95 4.20 4.25 1.00 #6
    11 Xiaoyang YU / Chen WANG CHN 21.86 11.74 10.12 4.20 3.85 4.05 4.10 0.00 #4

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    yes i know i know But the score of B/A is not good for a olympic silver medalist

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    It says here that B&A had a stumble in their CD, which might explain their marks. I haven't seen B&A's OD and FD yet, and only some parts of Domnina and Shabalin's FD, their Tango is very strong. I think this competition will be decided in the Free Dance.

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    Not surprised at all. It's time for Dom/Shab to be considered a serious run for the gold in Tokyo.

    The Americans only sent one team

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    IMO it will be very difficult for the russians to take the gold at worlds but why not the bronze

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite_xl View Post
    It says here that B&A had a stumble in their CD, which might explain their marks. I haven't seen B&A's OD and FD yet, and only some parts of Domnina and Shabalin's FD, their Tango is very strong. I think this competition will be decided in the Free Dance.
    That explains why B/A are 2nd.

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    YES THE ZARETSKIS ARE IN 4TH!!!!

    HOPEFULLY THEY CAN MOVE UP IN THIRD and GET THE BRONZE

    Hey I got a great idea to end this debate of BA vs BS give the Zaretskis the gold

    Dom/Shab-great another held up russian pair.....this is why the sport is going down in popularity, the results often appear to be fixed, and the Russians always win...

    please do not flame me

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudkicker09 View Post
    YES THE ZARETSKIS ARE IN 4TH!!!!

    HOPEFULLY THEY CAN MOVE UP IN THIRD and GET THE BRONZE

    Hey I got a great idea to end this debate of BA vs BS give the Zaretskis the gold

    Dom/Shab-great another held up russian pair.....this is why the sport is going down in popularity, the results often appear to be fixed, and the Russians always win...

    please do not flame me
    Um, another poster mentioned that Belbin/Agosto had a stumble...and are in 2nd behind Domnina/Shabalin by less than a full tenth of a point. How the heck is that "Another held up Russian pair"?? Have you SEEN the event yourself, to see whether or not your assessment of this "fixed" sport is accurate? Or are you just yet another troll wanting to be allowed to "flame" other people and skaters, but then asking that you and your opinions not be addressed, respectfully, by people who disagree? I have seen Domnina/Shabalin live before, and they have very nice ice coverage, and are a good, smooth team that is just going to get better in time. Perhaps it is idiotic of me to suggest that you SEE the event before claiming that certain skaters are held up and the results are fixed.

    Oh, and by the way? I believe the current World dance champions are Bulgarian....not Russian....

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    In SA, the Miss Zaretski wore a costume that looked like it was tailored by a Hassidic. (that 1930s/40s style. But in the OD and FD the costumes became more up-to-date.

    Mr. Zaretski makes awful grimaces while he dances. That's not JMO.

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    The difference between the first and second place scores are very close...the stumble and Belbin's statement (not sure of the exact wording) about not being at their best make sense.
    Looks like Senft/Gislason and again going to be challenged throughout the season by Girard/Yaegar. I believe that S/G had an injury last season so, in spite of G/Y's strong performances, their placement ahead of S/G remained perhaps a little questionable. Personally, I have thoroughly enjoyed G/Y each time I have seen them, on tv and live and don't mind S/G but there seemed to be a push for S/G at the national level.

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    AHA they stumbled and I guess that's what explains it well. I was fixing to say, that Belbin and Agosto are definately a better team than the Russians. We'll see only the free dance will tell what happens. I certainly hope that the Russians don't emerge the way that Navka and Kostomarov did in 2003 by going undefeated all season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icesk8erdude4e View Post
    AHA they stumbled and I guess that's what explains it well. I was fixing to say, that Belbin and Agosto are definately a better team than the Russians. We'll see only the free dance will tell what happens. I certainly hope that the Russians don't emerge the way that Navka and Kostomarov did in 2003 by going undefeated all season.
    Who say that the americans are better then the russians? I dont think so

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    Quote Originally Posted by icesk8erdude4e View Post
    I certainly hope that the Russians don't emerge the way that Navka and Kostomarov did in 2003 by going undefeated all season.
    If you mean that N/K went undefeated in 2003, they won bronze at Europeans and were fourth in DC after Bourne/Kraatz, Lobacheva/Averbukh, and Denkova/Staviyski. L/A won gold in Malmo and DenSta won silver. Grushina/Goncharov beat them at least once in the GP earlier in the season.

    It wasn't until the 2003-4 season that N/K went undefeated. (They lost the F/D to DenSta at SC, but won the competition by about 3 points.)
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    Original Dance results

    1 Tanith BELBIN / Benjamin AGOSTO USA 58.90 29.40 29.50 7.75 7.70 7.80 7.85 7.75 0.00 #9
    2 Oksana DOMNINA / Maxim SHABALIN RUS 58.42 29.60 28.82 7.60 7.45 7.65 7.65 7.60 0.00 #10
    3 Jana KHOKHLOVA / Sergei NOVITSKI RUS 53.98 28.70 25.28 6.60 6.55 6.70 6.65 6.75 0.00 #5
    4 Alexandra ZARETSKI / Roman ZARETSKI ISR 48.64 26.90 21.74 5.90 5.60 5.65 5.75 5.70 0.00 #11
    5 Pernelle CARRON / Mathieu JOST FRA 47.61 26.70 20.91 5.55 5.35 5.55 5.60 5.50 0.00 #7
    6 Anastasia GREBENKINA / Vazgen AZROJAN ARM 46.31 24.30 22.01 5.85 5.65 5.75 5.85 5.85 0.00 #8
    7 Lauren SENFT / Leif GISLASON CAN 43.73 24.60 20.13 5.35 5.30 5.20 5.40 5.25 1.00 #4
    8 Mylene GIRARD / Bradley YAEGER CAN 42.91 22.90 20.01 5.35 5.15 5.20 5.40 5.25 0.00 #6
    9 Olga AKIMOVA / Alexander SHAKALOV UZB 39.18 22.20 16.98 4.65 4.45 4.40 4.60 4.30 0.00 #3
    10 Xintong HUANG / Xun ZHENG CHN 39.03 22.10 16.93 4.75 4.40 4.50 4.35 4.30 0.00 #2
    11 Xiaoyang YU / Chen WANG CHN 37.69 22.00 15.69 4.30 4.05 4.15 4.20 4.00 0.00 #1

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