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    Free Dance

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    Free Dance
    1 Oksana Domnina - Maxim Shabalin -102,39 52,49 49,90 8,32 8,18 8,36 8,36 8,46 0,00
    2 Jana Khokhlova - Sergei Novitski 95,68 49,53 46,15 7,75 7,61 7,68 7,71 7,75 0,00
    3 Ekaterina Rubleva - Ivan Shefer 85,36 44,99 40,37 6,75 6,61 6,71 6,79 6,86 0,00
    4 Anastasia Platonova - Andrei Maximishin 83,20 42,73 40,47 6,75 6,61 6,75 6,82 6,89 0,00
    5 Anastasia Yakovleva -Ivan Manvelov 72,01 43,20 29,81 5,14 4,89 4,96 4,86 5,00 1,00
    6 Olga Gmyzina - Ivan Lobanov 70,08 37,02 34,06 5,79 5,57 5,68 5,68 5,71 1,00
    7 Julia Zlobina - Alexei Sitnikov 69,95 37,31 32,64 5,57 5,29 5,46 5,46 5,50 0,00
    8 Ksenia Shmyrina - Denis Bazdyrev 66,51 38,27 30,24 5,00 4,93 5,00 5,18 5,18 2,00

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    Final standings

    1 Oksana Domnina - Maxim Shabalin - 207,32 1 1 1
    2 Jana Khokhlova - Sergei Novitski - 192,94 2 2 2
    3 Ekaterina Rubleva - Ivan Shefer 169,34 3 3 3
    4 Anastasia Platonova - Andrei Maximishin - 166,15 4 4 4
    5 Olga Gmyzina - Ivan Lobanov - 140,27 5 5 6
    6 Anastasia Yakovleva - Ivan Manvelov - 138,52 6 8 5
    7 Ksenia Shmyrina - Denis Bazdyrev - 134,40 7 6 8
    8 Julia Zlobina - Alexei Sitkikov 128,78 8 7 7


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    about these scores.
    Navka and Kostomarov scored 202.32 at europeans last year and 200.64 at the olympics.

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    Looks like they are really being set up to win a world medal this year with marks like those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite_xl View Post
    about these scores.
    Navka and Kostomarov scored 202.32 at europeans last year and 200.64 at the olympics.
    Yes the marks are just RIDICULOUS!!! Dear russians aren't you ashamed a little bit?

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    It happens in every Nationals around the world, so why criticise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by La Rhumba View Post
    It happens in every Nationals around the world, so why criticise?
    +1

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    I expect to see similar marks for D/L at Canadian Nationals--maybe even higher.

    Maybe not for B/A at US Nationals though, unless they have a completely new FD. With the current one, a FD score in the 95-97 range would be stretching it.

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    Nationals scores are ALWAYS bloated and exaggerated, not worth paying attention to. Each skating federation wants to make their skaters seem better than they actually are. This score doesn't change the fact that D/S are almost a shoe-in for the bronze at Worlds. Their FD has beaten B/A's consistently this year, and as long as they don't bobble footwork again, they'll be ahead of the Americans and the French.

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