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    italian championships

    ice dance- - Walzer
    1. Federica FAIELLA / Massimo SCALI 39,08
    2. Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE 36,64
    3. Isabella PAJARDI / Stefano CARUSO 29,00
    4. Alessia AURELI / Marco GARAVAGLIA 27,65

    Senior man- Short Program

    1. Samuel CONTESTI 80,11
    2. Paolo BACCHINI 60,25
    3. Ruben ERRAMPALLI 57,17
    4. Fabio MASCARELLO 50,74
    5. Daniel AGGIANO 43,13
    6. Christian RAPIS 44,94
    7. Luca DEMATTE' 42,43

    Senior ladies - Short Program
    1. Carolina KOSTNER 58,54
    2. Stefania BERTON 54,47
    3. Francesca RIO 52,40
    4. Valentina MARCHEI 48,83
    5. Roberta RODEGHIERO 42,40
    .......

    pairs Senior - Short Program

    1. Nicole DELLA MONICA / Yannick KOCON 52,00
    2. Laura MAGITTERI / Ondrej HOTAREK 47,96
    3. Marika ZANFORLIN / Federico DEGLI ESPOSTI 46,03

    i've found the results here:

    http://ghiacciofilia.blogspot.com/ ( thanks to Riccardo! grazie Riccardo!)
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    Go Cappellini and Lanotte!

    What happened to Karel Zelenka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    Go Cappellini and Lanotte!

    What happened to Karel Zelenka?
    he will miss the season to treat an old injury ,i think

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    1. Samuel CONTESTI 80,11
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    This is enourmous mark, what is Contesti skating like?? His previous marks are not even close!

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    Well Contesti was probably clean. He has a quad and the 3A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosee View Post
    Well Contesti was probably clean. He has a quad and the 3A.

    It makes sense. I had no idea he has a quad. Considering his French background, not surprising, What is about the Quad, it just became a French specialty? Joubert, Ponsero, Preaubert, Contesti...any more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herios View Post
    It makes sense. I had no idea he has a quad. Considering his French background, not surprising, What is about the Quad, it just became a French specialty? Joubert, Ponsero, Preaubert, Contesti...any more?
    Well, Joubert said that Amodio is already landing it in his practises.

    But the blog Hiara80 mentions, says that Contesti didn't go for a Quad in the short.
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    http://ghiacciofilia.blogspot.com/

    LADIES:

    Caro Kostner 171,09 (LP 112,55)
    Francesca Rio 149,74 (LP 97,34)
    Stefania Berton 141,11
    Valentina Marchei 116,65 (66,82) i really hope she will be fine soon!!!!

    MEN:

    Samuel Contesti 228,70 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Pairs :
    Della Monica/Kocon are the new italian champions, but i don't know their scores yet...sorry

    i read all the news about Italian championships here:

    http://ghiacciofilia.blogspot.com/

    ( in italian)

    sorry if today my english is worse the usual...but Xmas shopping had been terrifyng today

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    So Contesti didn't have quads in short nor in long. Just generous scoring I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowgirl View Post
    So Contesti didn't have quads in short nor in long. Just generous scoring I guess.
    Well, it's not like certain US-Americans and Canadians haven't gotten much more than 228,70 with entirely quadless competitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowgirl View Post
    So Contesti didn't have quads in short nor in long. Just generous scoring I guess.
    Well, who isn't scored generously at Nationals?

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    I guess those Canadians and Americans are a bit better skaters

    Well, I don't say generous scoring at Nats is unusual, I just mean, that is the thing that explain the high score, not the quad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowgirl View Post
    I don't say generous scoring at Nats is unusual, I just mean, that is the thing that explain the high score, not the quad.
    Well, no argument there! Imagine if he had landed a quad - it would've been the highest score in Italy since Plushy at the Olympics! If not higher. After all, when Evan Lysacek first landed a quad at US Nats, he had a ridiculously high score - I think it was something like 170 for the LP.

    Poor Valentina Marchei. I hope she'll be ok.

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    Sorry, maybe it´s a stupid question, but and Karel Zelenka?

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    Zelenka...

    English Translation of Karel's announcement on his Homepage:

    Hi everybody! To all my fans: with a very great grief I have to tell you something important, about my decision of a temporarely retiring from every international and national competition for an indeterminate time, because some injuries not yet solved at 100%. In this way I can adjust it and have a strong preparation to come back with a stronger health and as soon as possible.
    Keep your fingers crossed for me that everything would go in the right way and that I should come back soon. Thanks everybody, with love, Karel.

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