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    Fumi's SP
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRG_iB-Hb8A

    Fumie's SP is not bad. It's probably one of her best choregraphed programs in recent years. At least the music is not some generic, forgettable stuff.

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    Ladies:

    1.Alena LEONOVA 56.24 | 105.93| 162.17
    2.Laura LEPISTÖ 53.45 | 100.88 | 154.33
    3.Kiira KORPI 54.71 | 98.13 | 152.84
    4.Myriane SAMSON 53.67 | 92.88 | 146.55
    5.Jenna MCCORKELL 49.93 | 88.94 | 138.87
    6.Katarina GERBOLDT 52.47 | 84.63 | 137.10
    7.Fumie SUGURI 54.09 | 82.82 | 136.91
    8.Valentina MARCHEI 49.77 | 86.78 | 136.55
    9.Viktoria HELGESSON 52.66 | 82.49 | 135.15
    10.Susanna PÖYKIÖ 54.64 | 73.91| 128.55
    11.Aki SAWADA 47.06 | 73.12 | 120.18
    12.Becky BERESWILL 45.06 | 72.05 | 117.11
    13.Nana TAKEDA 41.79 | 71.74 | 113.53
    14.Joshi HELGESSON 39.31 | 72.92 | 112.23
    15.Molly OBERSTAR 41.48 | 68.41 | 109.89
    16.Olga IKONNIKOVA 34.99 | 56.57 | 91.56

    Gongrats to Alena!

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    DANCE results

    1 Sinead KERR / John KERR GBR 173.14 1 1 1
    2 Anastasia PLATONOVA / Alexander GRACHEV RUS 158.20 3 3 2
    3 Alla BEKNAZAROVA / Vladimir ZUYEV UKR 151.90 2 2 5
    4 Christina BEIER / William BEIER GER 147.38 5 4 3
    5 Jane SUMMERSET / Todd GILLES USA 143.16 4 7 4
    6 Phillipa TOWLER-GREEN / Phillip POOLE GBR 130.28 7 5 6
    7 Nadezhda FROLENKOVA / Mikhail KASALO UKR 127.40 6 6 7
    8 Zsuzsanna NAGY / Mate FEJES HUN 119.67 9 8 8
    9 Kira GEIL / Dmytro MATSYUK AUT 117.22 8 10 9
    10 Henna LINDHOLM / Ossi KANERVO FIN 101.30 10 9 10

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    Congrats to Kerrs!

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    I loved Platonova/Grachev OD, great music and a wonderful dance. What are the chances against other russians, especially in perspective with third russian olympic spot ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    I loved Platonova/Grachev OD, great music and a wonderful dance. What are the chances against other russians, especially in perspective with third russian olympic spot ?
    Tiny chances There are Rubleva/Sheffer, Bobrova/Soloviev, Gorshkova/Butikov... But who knows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Star View Post
    Tiny chances There are Rubleva/Sheffer, Bobrova/Soloviev, Gorshkova/Butikov... But who knows...
    that is sad, especially considering he is former world junior champion.

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    Yes, and there is also Ekaterina Riazanova & Ilia Tkachenko. Not to mention the exciting junior team of Elena ILYINIKH / Nikita KATSALAPOV

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    But if D/S or K/N or even all of them will not go to Worlds after the OG maybe we would see P/G there

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    that is sad, especially considering he is former world junior champion.
    Well Bobrova/Soloviev are former junior world champions too and Gorshkova/Butikov also medaled at Jr. Worlds.

    It's gonna be an exciting battle for that 3rd russian spot for sure. I just wish PlatonovaGrachev would have a GP spot like all their other rivals. Whatever team that does better at the Grand Prix will likely get the federation judges support.

    I agree too about huge chances for the 4th team going to worlds (at least Domnina/Shabalin will surely retire if they medal at Vancouver). Grachev did go to 2006 worlds with his former partner after Navka/Kostomarov retired but they finished pretty low at 23rd..

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    I would think that depending on Maxim's health, they might retire after Olympics in any case. After all, they are already World Champions. What would going to Worlds offer them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Yes, and there is also Ekaterina Riazanova & Ilia Tkachenko. Not to mention the exciting junior team of Elena ILYINIKH / Nikita KATSALAPOV
    Yes, Riaznova/ Tkachenko also has a GP event and will be in running for the Olympics. But, Ilyinikh/Katsalapov are certainly too young for this olympics i think, especially Elena. They will surely be a factor in the next olympic cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I would think that depending on Maxim's health, they might retire after Olympics in any case. After all, they are already World Champions. What would going to Worlds offer them?
    If they don't medal (is really unlikely but who knows...) or Maxim's knees fail him during the competition (way more likely ala Euros this year) they would want to end the season on a high note and go to worlds ( I know I would..).

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    BTW, icenetwork posted an article about the Ladies LP and the Dance FD

    http://web.icenetwork.com/news/artic...&vkey=ice_news

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiKike View Post
    Well Bobrova/Soloviev are former junior world champions too and Gorshkova/Butikov also medaled at Jr. Worlds.

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    Yes, Bobrova/Soloviev are former world junior champions. But they don't grab ur attention enough to watch the program again. i believe they became world champion rather soon and as a result moved up to next level rather quickly (i believe they became world jr champs when they were 17 and 18 yrs old). They are not fullly senior material.

    i absolutely can't stand their OD, its more like 2 blokes skating together and has nothing to do with prescribed theme of OD

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