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    2. Warm-Up Group

    Artur Gachinski
    Alexander Nikolaev
    Sergei Dobrin
    Sergei Voronov
    Andrei Griazev
    Konstantin Miliukov

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    Any info on the standings? Would appreciate it very much - or a link to a Russian forum with play-by-play.

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    Voronov is first by 9 points. Lutai is second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    Would appreciate it very much - or a link to a Russian forum with play-by-play.
    http://
    Last edited by Hsuhs; 12-27-2008 at 06:20 AM.

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    Thank you very much!

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    Could someone plz post a quick review after the event ??? I can't speak Russian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisou View Post
    Could someone plz post a quick review after the event ??? I can't speak Russian.
    Cut and paste the link posted by Hsuhs in google, when the result comes up click the translate button. This will surely help you in understanding some russian and rest... puzzle it out.

    Any idea why some posts are talking about Czech Republic .... it is not mistranslated is it?

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    Voronov 77.69
    Borodulin 75.93
    Lutai 68.61
    Uspenskiy 67.56
    Tretiakov 67.03
    Leushin 66.40
    Griazev 66.02
    Menshov 64.68
    Grigorev 62.74
    Sheplonov 58.86
    Kovalev 58.08
    Dobrin 57.15
    Gachinskiy 57.03
    Mikhailov 56.97
    Sezganov 56.05
    Nikolaev 53.65
    Miliukov 45.29

    Was sloppy, even the top two had fall outs on jumps. National scoring is in full effect, since the top two would have maybe gotten 63 or so internationally. I would have had both Uspenskiy and Griazev over Lutai, actually, or at least Uspenskiy. And Dobrin wasn't that god awful to be buried so low. Oh well.

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    1. Voronov 4-turn-2T, 3A saved, 3Lo, new SP, didn't like it, the music goes by itself, he goes by himself 77,69
    2. Borodulin - 3A df, 3Lz-3T, 3F, good, 75,93
    3. Lutai - 3A fall, 3Lz-3, 3F 68,61
    4. Uspenskiy 67.56
    5. Tretiakov 67,03
    6. Leushin 66,40

    I suppose Dobrin's quad was downgraded, and along with 2A it gave such a low score.
    Last edited by Snowgirl; 12-25-2008 at 03:13 PM.

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    MEN sp:

    1. Segei Voronov 77.69 (#9)
    2. Artem Borodulin 75.93 (#14)
    3. Andrei Lutai 68.61 (#4)
    4. Vladimir Uspenski 67.56 (#5)
    5. Ivan Tretiakov 67.03 (#3)
    6. Denis Leushin 66.40 (#12)
    7. Andrei Griazev 66.02 (#10)
    8. Konstantin Menshov 64.68 (#1)
    9. Artem Grigoriev 62.74 (#15)
    10. Maxim Sheplonov 58.86 (#2)
    11. Stanislav Kovalev 58.08 (#13)
    12. Sergei Dobrin 57.15 (#8)
    13. Artur Gachinski 57.03 (#6)
    14. Nikita Mikhaylov 56.97 (#16)
    15. Vladislav Sezganov 56.05 (#17)
    16. Alexander Nikolaev 53.65 (#7)
    17. Konstantin Miliukov 45.29 (#11)

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    Ouch. Looks like a not so good day. I hope they recover in the long program.

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    Thanks to all of you for the info !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    Any idea why some posts are talking about Czech Republic .... it is not mistranslated is it?
    Do you have those posts' #s?

    Borodulin's 2nd? What a treat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hsuhs View Post
    Do you have those posts' #s?

    Borodulin's 2nd? What a treat
    Nice! I appreciate his style more than the others.

    What is interesting in these SP? results is that so many prominent Russian skaters seem to be fading away. Could that be Federation induced?

    Also given those top two scores, it wont take much for them to get super high result scores.
    Last edited by Joesitz; 12-25-2008 at 06:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hsuhs View Post
    Borodulin's 2nd? What a treat
    A wonderful treat from Santa, perhaps?

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