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Thread: Nebelhorn Trophy

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    Miriam ZIEGLER AUT
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    3T (step out)
    2A (fall)
    3S (2 foot, UR)
    36,28 + 44,56 -1 = 79,84 (9)
    132,38 (4)

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    Teodora POSTIC SLO
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    47,19 + 44,96 = 92,15 (3)
    139,94 (4)

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    you rock my world, Lucky Star!

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    Alissa CZISNY USA
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    37,58 + 53,44 = 91,02
    151,4 (1)
    Last edited by Lucky Star; 09-26-2009 at 07:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvsasha View Post
    you rock my world, Lucky Star!
    Thanks to Alyona from russian FS forum, I just translated her posts

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    Well thank you for translating, and thanks to Alyona too

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    Alissa won!



    But too bad her LP didn't go as well as her SP.

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    1. Alissa Czisny (USA) 151.40
    2. Kiira Korpi (FIN) 150.01
    3. Yan Liu (CHN) 147,87
    4. Julia Sebestyen (HUN) 146.76
    5. Theodora Postic (SLO) 139.97
    6. Miriam Ziegler (AUT) 132.38
    7. Sarah Hecken (GER) 130.73
    8. Sonia Lafuente (ESP) 130.30
    9. Elena Glebova (EST) 129.33
    10. Katharina Häcker (GER) 126.24
    11. Isabelle Pieman (BEL) 123.7
    12. Tamar Katz (ISR) 121.40
    13. Nella Simaova (CZE) 119.60
    14. Anastasia Gimazetdinova (UZB) 117.93
    15. Cheltzie Lee (AUS) 113.14
    16. Gwendoline Didier (FRA) 112.07
    17. Chaochih Liu (TPE) 111.04
    18. Joshi Hegelsson (SWE) 109.17
    19. Manouk Gijsman (NED) 108.04
    20. Karina Johnson (DEN) 106.81
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    I'm trying to figure out who qualified for the Olympics. Was Glebova already in? I seem to recall her doing pretty well at Worlds. if she is, then it should be Sebestyen, Postic, Ziegler, Liu, Lafuente, and Pieman. Is this right?

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    Glebova alredy qoualified in Worlds!

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    yes buttercup I think your right


    I think it's the first time in history that Spain will have 2 skaters in the OG

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    YAY for la Fuente!!!

    Very sad for Katz, Didier (both) , Gizmo, Helgesson (both), Cheltzie.... soo many girls I enjoy wont be at the OG. Well, I guess Tamar Katz as 1st alternate is safe since Georgia most definetly won't use its second spot.

    I never thought the SLO and BEL girls would make it but good for them..

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    Wow! Girls from russian FS forum have videos with Czisny, Sebestyen and Glebova, so we can watch it soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiKike View Post
    I guess Tamar Katz as 1st alternate is safe since Georgia most definetly won't use its second spot.
    Katz is unlikely to go - IIRC, she needs a top-10 finish at Euros in order to get sent by the Israeli Olympic Committee. The chances of that happening appear pretty small to me. Technically, even the Zaretskis have not yet met their criterion, though I can't imagine they'll end up not going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    I'm trying to figure out who qualified for the Olympics. Was Glebova already in? I seem to recall her doing pretty well at Worlds. if she is, then it should be Sebestyen, Postic, Ziegler, Liu, Lafuente, and Pieman. Is this right?
    As I understand it, a skater does not win a spot at the Olympics .... her federation does. But I suppose the skater who won the spot will be the one that goes. Whom else would her federation send? I guess if there was an injury, somebody else would go.

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