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    2010 Polish/Czech/Slovak Championships -- Dec 17-20, 2009

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    [url]http://www.pfsa.com.pl/results/sezon2009/3Nat2010/index.htm[/url]

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    I think its a great Idea to have nationals combined for all the very small but culturally & geographically connected confederations. Others should follow this trend , maybe the Nordic and Balcanic countries.

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    MEN sp
    1 Michal BREZINA CZE 75.05
    2 Tomas VERNER CZE 62.39
    3 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL 54.80
    4 Pavel KASKA CZE 48.80
    5 Kamil BIALAS POL 45.50
    6 Sebastian IWASAKI POL 42.69
    7 Peter REITMAYER SVK 41.55
    8 Sebastian LOFEK POL 36.14

    LADIES sp
    1 Ivana REITMAYEROVA SVK 46.06
    2 Ivana BUZKOVA CZE 43.82
    3 Martina BOCEK CZE 38.70
    4 Nela SIMAOVA CZE 37.24
    5 Alexandra KUNOVASVK 36.64
    6 Anna JURKIEWICZ POL 34.80
    7 Barbora SVEDOVACZE 34.20
    8 Karolina SYKOROVA SVK 33.98
    9 Aneta MICHALEK POL 32.82
    10 Hana CHARYPAROVA CZE 32.72
    11 Krystyna KLIMCZAK POL 32.36
    12 Olga SZELC POL 31.00
    13 Paulina TURKOWSKA POL 30.48
    14 Agata CIEPLUCHA POL 28.74
    15 Nela HAVRDOVA CZE 28.44
    16 Ewa SLUPIANEK POL 26.68

    ICE DANCE cd+od
    1 Kamila HAJKOVA / David VINCOUR CZE 72.18
    2 Anastasia VYKHODTSEVA / Jan MOSCICKI POL 66.86
    3 Nikola VISNOVA / Lukas CSOLLEY SVK 62.17

    PAIRS sp
    1 Stacey KEMP / David KING GBR 49.04 1
    2 Joanna SULEJ / Mateusz CHRUSCINSKI POL 46.18 2
    3 Elizabeth HARB / Patryk SZALASNY POL 45.50 3
    4 Maria SERGIEJEVA / Ilja GLEBOV EST 43.80 4
    5 Magdalena KLATKA / Radoslaw CHRUSCINSKI POL 38.08 5
    6 Natalia KALISZEK / Michal KALISZEK POL 35.40 6
    7 Gabriela CERMANOVA / Martin HANULAK SVK 33.32 7
    8 Magdalena JASKOLKA / Piotr SNOPEK POL 31.34 8

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    what happened to verner??? -13 after the sp??? I can understand he had a bad day, but - 13 is too much
    and, btw, how many spot has Czech Republic for Vancouver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiz_4Ever View Post
    what happened to verner??? -13 after the sp??? I can understand he had a bad day, but - 13 is too much
    and, btw, how many spot has Czech Republic for Vancouver?
    Verner finished 4th at the LA world championships hence Czech's have two spot at the Olympics. It will be great to see both these wonderful skaters at the Olympics.

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    Pick youself up Tomas!

    How come Kemp and King are there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    Verner finished 4th at the LA world championships hence Czech's have two spot at the Olympics. It will be great to see both these wonderful skaters at the Olympics.

    Lately Tomas was anything but wonderful. Brezina on another hand, will not going to give him anything, that kid is a great competitor, with a bright future. Verner will have to get his act together because soon he will be only number 2 in his country.

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    thanx!!! I am so glad we have the possibility to see both these beautiful skater in Vancouver and Torino!! I hope Verner can get all together, and I'm definetly in love with Brezina's skating too since I saw him last year live!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kunstrijdster View Post
    BREZINA CZE 223.53 1
    VERNER CZE 203.21 2

    Brezina's the champion. It's good there are enough spots for both of them.

    Tomas fell on his 1st quad and doubled the 2nd. But his triple Axels are always there. No matter what. Although he came second this was actually a rather good LP. I'm carefully optimistic.
    I like them both a lot, but I think the leading man following this year in Europe will be Michal Brezina. He has everything he needs to be a great champion, he has very good technique, musicality and solid consistency in competition.
    You are looking at a future multiple euro and perhaps world champ. If nobody said it before, you read it here first!

    As far as Verner is concerned, he has the potential to be great as well. But he has some stamina or focus issues and he keeps leaving poits on the table with singling or doubling jumps late in his programs. Until he fixes those, he will not live up to his potential.

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    So, Amodio won France and Brezina won in the Czech Republic. I believe the warning you hear in the distance is "The young'uns are coming, the young'uns are coming!" Chan in 2008 was just a warning. That said, I'm genuinely surprised that this is the year they're doing it.

    Herios, I'm pretty sure Joesitz will forever claim laying eyes on Brezina and his future first (probably before Brezina did!!)

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    Thank God Tomas earned 2 spots for Czech at LA Worlds, otherwise he'll find himself in the same awkward position as Caro.

    Although Michal doesn't have quad yet, he's developed into a very consistent skater (or maybe he hasn't felt too much pressure as Tomas yet). I truely love Tomas' skating, but I started to doubt now if he'll ever be able to skate to his potential (sign). I hope he can prove himself at Euros.

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    MEN
    1 Michal BREZINA CZE 223.53 1 1
    2 Tomas VERNER CZE 203.21 2 2
    3 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL 174.16 3 3
    4 Pavel KASKA CZE 147.04 4 4
    5 Peter REITMAYER SVK 136.72 7 5
    6 Kamil BIALAS POL 133.05 5 6
    7 Sebastian IWASAKI POL 125.93 6 7
    8 Sebastian LOFEK POL 93.68 8 8

    LADIES
    1 Ivana REITMAYEROVA SVK 122.70 1 2
    2 Martina BOCEK CZE 122.36 3 1
    3 Ivana BUZKOVA CZE 120.27 2 3
    4 Alexandra KUNOVA SVK 105.91 5 6
    5 Aneta MICHALEK POL 104.80 9 4
    6 Karolina SYKOROVASVK 103.99 8 5
    7 Nela SIMAOVA CZE 103.76 4 9
    8 Anna JURKIEWICZ POL 101.41 6 8
    9 Barbora SVEDOVA CZE 101.26 7 7
    10 Hana CHARYPAROVA CZE 90.92 10 10
    11 Olga SZELC POL 87.45 12 11
    12 Krystyna KLIMCZAK POL 84.15 11 14
    13 Nela HAVRDOVA CZE 84.05 15 12
    14 Ewa SLUPIANEK POL 80.58 16 13
    15 Agata CIEPLUCHA POL 76.65 14 15
    16 Paulina TURKOWSKA POL 74.81 13 16

    ICE DANCE
    1 Kamila HAJKOVA / David VINCOUR CZE 142.37 1 1 1
    2 Anastasia VYKHODTSEVA / Jan MOSCICKI POL 129.20 2 2 2
    3 Nikola VISNOVA / Lukas CSOLLEY SVK 121.56 3 3 3

    PAIRS
    1 Joanna SULEJ / Mateusz CHRUSCINSKI POL 136.38 2 2
    2 Elizabeth HARB / Patryk SZALASNY POL 124.50 3 4
    3 Magdalena KLATKA / Radoslaw CHRUSCINSKI POL 107.55 5 6
    4 Natalia KALISZEK / Michal KALISZEK POL 105.15 6 5
    5 Gabriela CERMANOVA / Martin HANULAK SVK 100.52 7 7
    6 Magdalena JASKOLKA / Piotr SNOPEK POL 89.14 8 8

    Guest participants:
    Stacey KEMP / David KING GBR 148.81
    Maria SERGIEJEVA / Ilja GLEBOV EST 130.07

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    So, Amodio won France and Brezina won in the Czech Republic. I believe the warning you hear in the distance is "The young'uns are coming, the young'uns are coming!" Chan in 2008 was just a warning. That said, I'm genuinely surprised that this is the year they're doing it.

    Herios, I'm pretty sure Joesitz will forever claim laying eyes on Brezina and his future first (probably before Brezina did!!)

    I know Joesitzs predicted it, but at that point I wasn't convinced not seeing him only in an exhibition piece on youtube, but after watching him at his GP events and now seeing this result, I am. He has an awesome technique ( I can tell you I have not seen such a high flip ever) and the musical choices at such a young age (very dancey) and his strong head for competition all make him most likely a huge favourite in years to come.
    Of course, injuries can derail a career, as had already a surgery last year, but we shall see how he evolves.
    I can see in Amodio a lot of potential as well, but his technique is not that sound as Brezina's. And that will always be a handicap, when things will get tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaba22 View Post
    MEN
    1 Michal BREZINA CZE 223.53 1 1
    2 Tomas VERNER CZE 203.21 2 2
    3 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL 174.16 3 3
    4 Pavel KASKA CZE 147.04 4 4
    5 Peter REITMAYER SVK 136.72 7 5
    6 Kamil BIALAS POL 133.05 5 6
    7 Sebastian IWASAKI POL 125.93 6 7
    8 Sebastian LOFEK POL 93.68 8 8

    LADIES
    1 Ivana REITMAYEROVA SVK 122.70 1 2
    2 Martina BOCEK CZE 122.36 3 1
    3 Ivana BUZKOVA CZE 120.27 2 3
    4 Alexandra KUNOVA SVK 105.91 5 6
    5 Aneta MICHALEK POL 104.80 9 4
    6 Karolina SYKOROVASVK 103.99 8 5
    7 Nela SIMAOVA CZE 103.76 4 9
    8 Anna JURKIEWICZ POL 101.41 6 8
    9 Barbora SVEDOVA CZE 101.26 7 7
    10 Hana CHARYPAROVA CZE 90.92 10 10
    11 Olga SZELC POL 87.45 12 11
    12 Krystyna KLIMCZAK POL 84.15 11 14
    13 Nela HAVRDOVA CZE 84.05 15 12
    14 Ewa SLUPIANEK POL 80.58 16 13
    15 Agata CIEPLUCHA POL 76.65 14 15
    16 Paulina TURKOWSKA POL 74.81 13 16

    ICE DANCE
    1 Kamila HAJKOVA / David VINCOUR CZE 142.37 1 1 1
    2 Anastasia VYKHODTSEVA / Jan MOSCICKI POL 129.20 2 2 2
    3 Nikola VISNOVA / Lukas CSOLLEY SVK 121.56 3 3 3

    PAIRS
    1 Joanna SULEJ / Mateusz CHRUSCINSKI POL 136.38 2 2
    2 Elizabeth HARB / Patryk SZALASNY POL 124.50 3 4
    3 Magdalena KLATKA / Radoslaw CHRUSCINSKI POL 107.55 5 6
    4 Natalia KALISZEK / Michal KALISZEK POL 105.15 6 5
    5 Gabriela CERMANOVA / Martin HANULAK SVK 100.52 7 7
    6 Magdalena JASKOLKA / Piotr SNOPEK POL 89.14 8 8

    Guest participants:
    Stacey KEMP / David KING GBR 148.81
    Maria SERGIEJEVA / Ilja GLEBOV EST 130.07

    So does this mean that, for example,
    Michael Brezina is Czech champion, Maciej CIEPLUCHA is Polish champion, and Peter REITMAYER is Slovak champion...???

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    Quote Originally Posted by thumbyskates View Post
    So does this mean that, for example,
    Michael Brezina is Czech champion, Maciej CIEPLUCHA is Polish champion, and Peter REITMAYER is Slovak champion...???

    It does.They are different countries, they just organize the event together for all 3 countries, only for logistics reasons, as they don't have enough competitors in each and every country.

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