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Thread: Championship of Russia 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Is it possible that D&S will choose not to compete at Euros? Perhaps B&S and R&S then may skateoff on the international stage. (My preferred sequence of events Save Max's knee as much as possible and improve programs! )
    Well, reportedly they are not participating in EX tomorrow and leaving tonight back to the states. The rumor is that they very well might skip the Euros and focus on training and fixing the programs based on the feedback from Nationals. They are lucky that despite the scores, the critique was very loud and to the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Is it possible that D&S will choose not to compete at Euros? Perhaps B&S and R&S then may skateoff on the international stage. (My preferred sequence of events Save Max's knee as much as possible and improve programs! )
    I agree he needs to rest his knees, but it will too risky not to show it to the international judges, especially technical panel and access the levels for steps especially. i would definitely want them to show the OD to judges, because the shock factor of the dance was too much to handle, even for a die hard fan like me. Once you see it second and third time it will soothe itself out, hopefully.

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    MEN
    1 Evgeniy PLUSHENKO 271.59 1 1
    2 Sergey VORONOV 240.01 2 4
    3 Artem BORODULIN 234.92 3 2
    4 Konstantin MENSHOV 228.71 4 3
    5 Denis LEUSHIN 217.21 6 5
    6 Ivan TRETYAKOV 215.68 5 6
    7 Artem GRIGORIEV 197.49 7 8
    8 Gordey GORSHKOV 193.83 11 7
    9 Nikita MIKHAILOV 192.96 9 10
    10 Mark SHAHMATOV 187.91 12 11
    11 Vladimir USPENSKIY 184.18 10 13
    12 Sergei DOBRIN 183.87 8 14
    13 Artur GACHINSKIY 179.99 14 12
    14 Artur DMITRIEV 179.51 17 9
    15 Aleksander USPENSKIY 174.04 16 15
    16 Stanislav KOVALEV 166.68 13 16
    17 Zhan BUSH 162.18 15 17
    18 Konstantin MILYUKOV 141.96 18 18

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    Expected podium. Congratulations to Plushenko, Voronov and Borodulin

    Quote Originally Posted by janetfan View Post
    What's with all the Russian men? Is it a requirement for them to have mullet hair style?
    I don't know what a mullet hair style is, but it's great to see hair on the russian men's heads Or should I say boys? Many of them are young and talented and can be real good in the future: Well done Gorshkov, Grigoriev (he did a "Klimkin" at the end of his program) and also Dmitriev jr. Gachinski was a bit disappointing.

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    ugh i arrived late..saw voronov and after...:(
    Plushy did no flip?3 toe?he missed the quad?Ouch..
    he added a 3x-3t at the end?

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    Thanks for your suggestions, life684 and snowflake. Too tired right now to try them, and short on time, too. Thanks a lot, though.

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    Plushenko seems not to be recovered fully from his injuries. Perhaps skating in the nationals was not a good idea.

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    Novik/Kuznetsov were great! They landed a 3Lo side by side (clean) and a 3S+2A (with some problems). A million times better than the JGPF.

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    Now Tarazova sounded excited again. Did I hear her say glasnost? Novik/Kuznetsov were skating very well and were fun to watch

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    In 2006 Plushy was falling apart physically pretty much the whole year but he somehow got through his olympic programs with sheer will power. In see 2010 as a repeat of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    Novik/Kuznetsov were great! They landed a 3Lo side by side (clean) and a 3S+2A (with some problems). A million times better than the JGPF.
    This from a junior pair who have skating together for less than a year. but, i have to say program was elements elements with nothing in between. Did they get any downgrades, because their tech score is lower than Ozerova and Enbert

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    Novik/Kuznetsov were great! They landed a 3Lo side by side (clean) and a 3S+2A (with some problems). A million times better than the JGPF.
    So how old is she? I know he is 21, born in july.

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    Pairs LP on now. M/T up. I missed most of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    So how old is she? I know he is 21, born in july.
    She is 15, born January 1994.

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