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    Men's SP

    Men's group 1:

    Sheplenov 51.19
    Voronov 70.11
    Kondakov 56.83
    Menshov 63.93
    Magerovskiy 60.45
    Rozanov 56.20
    Last edited by Kasey; 01-04-2007 at 02:22 PM. Reason: added score for Menshov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasey View Post
    Men's group 1:


    Menshov ? (No score given, but landed 4t-2t combo)
    63,93

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    Group 2:

    Lezin 51.18
    Leushin 57.87
    Hill/Gaschinsky 47.85
    Dobrin 70.45
    Mikhalov 65.77

    Dobrin had the 4s in combo with a stumble, the doubled the axel...

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    Total standings, Men:

    1. Lutai – 77.20
    2. Griazev – 70.93
    3. Dobrin – 70.45
    4. Voronov – 70.11
    5. Klimkin – 69.99
    6. Mikhailov – 65. 70
    7. V. Uspenski – 64.84
    8. Tretyakov – 64.33
    9. Menshov – 63.93
    10. Shubin – 60.78
    11. Borodulin – 60.69
    12. Magerovski – 60.45
    13. Leushin – 57.97
    14. Kondakov – 56.83
    15. Rozanov – 56.20
    16. Lezin – 51.19
    17. Sheplonov – 51.19
    18. Gatchinski – 47.95

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    Thanks Kasey! Can somebody tell me a little bit about this 'Lutai' guy? Is he a new comer? Don't think i've ever heard that name before, but if there's not too much inflation, 77.20 is a very impressive score for men's SP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae9177 View Post
    Thanks Kasey! Can somebody tell me a little bit about this 'Lutai' guy? Is he a new comer? Don't think i've ever heard that name before, but if there's not too much inflation, 77.20 is a very impressive score for men's SP.
    isu bio http://www.isufs.org/bios/isufs00006266.htm

    he's won Karl Schaefer this year.

    result http://engelmann.co.at/ksm/2006/CAT010RS.HTM
    SP result http://engelmann.co.at/ksm/2006/SEG019.HTM
    LP result http://engelmann.co.at/ksm/2006/SEG020.HTM

    and he was 4th at Finlandia Trophy
    SP Scores
    LP Scores

    77.20 looks like a proper inflation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasey View Post
    Total standings, Men:

    1. Lutai – 77.20
    2. Griazev – 70.93
    3. Dobrin – 70.45
    4. Voronov – 70.11
    5. Klimkin – 69.99
    6. Mikhailov – 65. 70
    7. V. Uspenski – 64.84
    8. Tretyakov – 64.33
    9. Menshov – 63.93
    10. Shubin – 60.78
    11. Borodulin – 60.69
    12. Magerovski – 60.45
    13. Leushin – 57.97
    14. Kondakov – 56.83
    15. Rozanov – 56.20
    16. Lezin – 51.19
    17. Sheplonov – 51.19
    18. Gatchinski – 47.95
    For those of us not familiar with all these Russian Men, could you please post their first names as well. Thanks!

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    Wow a guy I have never heard of with a 77. Inflated Nationals scoring or not that is impressive.

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    2007 RUSSIAN NATIONALS RESULTS

    Ladies SP Standings
    1. Aleksandra Ievleva 55.85
    2. Elena Sokolova 53.10
    3. Arina Martinova 48.54
    4. Ksenia Doronina 48.09
    5. Viktoria Volchkova 47.15
    6. Nina Petushkova 44.64
    7. Ekaterina Kozireva 43.86
    8. Elena Zhidkova 42.18
    9. Margarita Tertychnaya 41.89
    10. Alina Leonova 41.56
    11. Katarina Gerboldt 37.32
    12. Olga Naidenova 35.40
    13. Kristina Stepanova 32.65

    Men's SP Standings
    1. Andrey Lutai – 77.20
    2. Andrei Griazev – 70.93.
    3. Sergei Dobrin – 70.45.
    4. Sergei Voronov – 70.11.
    5. Ilia Klimkin – 69.99.
    6. Nikita Mikhailov – 65.70.
    7. Alexander Uspenski – 64.84.
    8. Vitalii Tretyakov – 64.33.
    9. Konstantin Menshov – 63.93.
    10. Alexander Shubin – 60.78.
    11. Artem Borodulin – 60.69.
    12. Mikhail Magerovski – 60.45.
    13. Denis Leushin – 57.97.
    14. Alexander Kondakov – 56.83.
    15. Sergey Rozanov – 56.20.
    16. Andrei Lezin – 51.19.
    17. Maxim Sheplonov – 51.19.
    18. Artur Gatchinski – 47.95.

    Ice Dance CD Standings
    1 Oksana Domnina - Maxim Shabalin - 41.26
    2 Jana Khokhlova - Sergei Novitski - 37.15
    3 Ekaterina Rubleva - Ivan Shaeffer - 32.51
    4 Anastasia Platonova - Andrei Maximishin - 31.86
    5 Olga Gmyzina - Ivan Lobanov - 26.09
    6 Anastasia Yakovleva - Ivan Manvelov - 24.40
    7 Ksenia Shmyrina - Denis Bazdyrev - 24.15
    8 Julia Zlobina - Alexei Sitnikov - 16.23

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    GO CUPCAKE!!!!! Hope the LP is "inspired."

    Dom/Shab

    I guess I am out of the guy following because IK is not where I was expecting anyway. Of course with the guys I just listen to mostly posters comments.... not that far out though.

    Thanks for the updates!
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    Well, keep in mind the "nationals inflation factor"....Lutai had no quad, and his solo triple was a loop....Griazev (who I adore), had right at his personal best with a step out of a jump and "saved" landings on two others. So I would take the actual marks with a grain of salt....but the standings I am sure are still accurate. Very close betwee 2-5!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visaliakid View Post
    7. Alexander Uspenski – 64.84.
    It should be Vladimir Uspenski, because unfortunately Alexander had to withdraw...

    Quote Originally Posted by slutskayafan21 View Post
    Wow a guy I have never heard of with a 77. Inflated Nationals scoring or not that is impressive.
    Well, Lutai´s name is not unknown to me, LOL. Here a recent photo

    http://sports.webshots.com/photo/283...13969540JYnmjc

    and his competitive record so far:

    http://www.tracings.net/luta-andr.html
    Last edited by Jaana; 01-04-2007 at 11:50 PM.

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    Absolutely new to me this Lutei. Hope he goes to Tokyo.
    And Griazev back in shape?
    Can't wait for the LP scores.

    Joe

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    Lutai is 19. Here is his ISU bio:

    http://www.isufs.org/bios/isufs00006266.htm

    He was 7th at Nationals last year (in both SP and FS).

    And of course, ALL the marks are inflated, as National results tend to be.
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