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    Men SP report

    Sheplonov, tango

    3A fall
    3L2T
    3S
    CiSt
    FCSp to donut
    CSSp lfS // coe
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    Rather boring and nothing sound technically

    27.15/25/04-1=51.19

    Voronov

    2F3T
    3A excellent
    CCSp
    3R slow entry, but clean
    FSSp lfS, coe
    CiSt good attack
    CCoSp
    SlSt

    He is close to Urmanov (his coach) stylistically, but he isn't *that* good (yet?). Clean technique, but not that impressive on its own right.

    34.75/35.36=70.11

    Kondakov, some bombastic soundtrack

    3A fall, poss ur
    3L3T
    FSSp coe
    3F
    SlSt
    CSSp same as FSSp
    CCoSp

    He has the attack, but not the power of the music

    [OFF he isn't my relative /OFF]

    31.58/26.26-1=56.83

    Mesnhov

    4T2T
    3A fall
    FSSp
    CiSt
    CSSp, lfS
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    good speed, but that's about all. I've seen him skating much better and having much better programs.

    33.86/32.07-1=63.93

    Magerovsky Pasodoble

    3A fall, poss ur
    3L3T
    FSSp, coe, high sit position
    3F
    CiSt
    CCoSp, nearly fell out of the coe on the back U
    SlSt
    CCSp coe // turnout

    Rather boring, actually.

    30.30/31.15-1=60.45

    Rozanov, Tosca

    3A step out, hand
    3S2T
    3F
    FCSp, coe, donut, not closed
    CSSp, lfS, good poisition in forward
    CiSt
    CCoSp

    I liked him more last year, this time it was a rush after elements

    27.63/28.57=56.20

    Lezin, Stairway to Heaven

    3A fall, poss ur
    3L2T
    FSSp, coe
    3F
    SlSt
    CCoSp, back to forw, cam, sit, Y // back Y, lfS, U
    CiSt
    CSSp, back to forw

    Pretty boring, but at least he learned how to do coe in spins without coming to dead stop.

    23.83/28/36-1=51.19


    Leushin

    3A, step out, two-footed
    3F3T, df, sit down on the ice
    FCSp, coe
    2L
    CSSp, olfS, coe // coe
    CiSt
    CSoSp

    Nothing special.

    28.18/30.79-1=57.97

    Gatchinsky

    3A, fall
    3L fall
    2A
    FCSp to donut
    CiSt
    CSSp
    SlSt
    CCoSp to B

    Rather disappointing, he was supposed to be the next prodigy, but I can name several skaters who skated much better (overall, mistakes can happen to anyone, esp. at this age, naturally).

    23.34/26.61-2=47.95

    Dobrin

    4S step out 2T
    2A, I don't think it was ever supposed to be 3
    FCSp to donut
    SlSt
    CSSp
    CiSt, shaky
    CCoSp

    Still shaky after quad, but much improved in stamina compared to GP

    33.56/36.89=70.45

    Mikhailov
    3L3T
    3F
    2A
    CSSp
    CiSt
    FCSp to donut
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    Very good posture and presentation, the best in the field IMHO. Very low PCSs

    34.55/31.22=65.77

    Uspenski Jr

    3L3T
    3F
    FCSp
    2A
    CiSt
    FSSp
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    very good performance, but I think his spins will be level 1, leve 2 at best, no features.

    32.34/32.50=64.84

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    Gryazev

    3L3T, fellout of toe
    3A saved
    3F saved, both jumps to low sit
    CiSt
    FSSp, lf, twS
    SlSt
    CCoSp
    CSSp, coe, lf, tw

    Major improvement, compared to GP events.

    35.26/25.67=70.93

    Shubin, tango

    3A, step out
    3S3T
    FSSp, coe, twS, good and fast
    2F
    SlSt, nice character
    CSSp
    CiSt
    CCoSp

    Good attitude and presentation, spins and steps were sound, but not difficult enough, I presume

    28.97/31.81=60.78

    Klimkin

    3A step out
    4T fall
    CSSp, back to forw, coe // coe\
    CiSt
    3R
    CCoSp
    SlSt
    FCSp

    Rather bland performance, his class is still evident, but he could have skated it better.

    Borodulin

    3L3T
    3F no steps
    FSSp forw
    CiSt
    2A out of spreadeagle
    CSSp good postition
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    Marks are too low especially for PCS IMHO

    31.01/29.68=60.69

    Lutai

    3A
    3L3T
    3R
    FCSp turnout, donut
    CiSt
    CSSp, good sit, fast, twS
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    I expected him to do good, but I did not think that he would be the only one to skate clean.

    40.49/36.71=77.20

    Tretyakov

    3L3T
    3F
    2A
    CCoSp
    SlSt
    CSSp tw S // lf S, back to forw
    CiSt
    FCSp

    Nice Junior level performance

    33.80/30.53=64.33

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    Anna what were Klimkin's scores? And what placement was he after the short?
    Thanks and BTW, great reports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yelyoh View Post
    Anna what were Klimkin's scores? And what placement was he after the short?
    Thanks and BTW, great reports.
    protocols
    http://www.goldskate.ru/schedule/fs-...stmark-rus.pdf

    klimkin was 5th 69.99 (33.49/37.50)

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    Klimkin got 69.99, barely behind, in 5th place. spots 2-5 are pretty darn close.

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    Anna, bolshoe spasibo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna View Post

    Voronov

    3A excellent
    Huh. The judges all liked that triple axel too, but Judge #5 *really* liked it (+3; the rest were 1s and 2s.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna View Post
    Sheplonov, tango

    Gatchinsky

    3A, fall
    3L fall
    2A
    FCSp to donut
    CiSt
    CSSp
    SlSt
    CCoSp to B

    Rather disappointing, he was supposed to be the next prodigy, but I can name several skaters who skated much better (overall, mistakes can happen to anyone, esp. at this age, naturally).

    23.34/26.61-2=47.95
    In an interview that was translated on FSU, Mishin wanted him to compete so that he got used to skating with world-class skaters. He thought that the young Gatchinsky would get out those kind of nerves early.

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