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    1 Kristoffer BERNTSSON 68.86
    2 Adrian SCHULTHEISS 68.84
    3 Alexander MAJOROV 65.53
    4 Anton TRUVÉ 51.02
    5 Jimmy KARLSSON 48.34

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    1 Viktoria HELGESSON 59.35
    2 Joshi HELGESSON 48.42
    3 Angelica OLSSON 42.89
    4 Linnea MELLGREN 39.83
    5 Lou LUNDBÄCK 37.79
    6 Christin ADRIAN 37.45
    7 Nanna NILSSON 36.24
    8 Emelie FAGERLIND 29.84
    9 Linda PIHLQUIST 27.09
    10 Cecilia FRYDÉN 27.07
    11 Malin GÖRANSSON 25.88
    12 Karolina HALLQVIST 25.59
    13 Sandra OLSSON 20.95
    14 Karolin PETERSSON 20.68
    15 Sara HELGESSON 20.58

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    1 Viktoria HELGESSON 157.99 1 1
    2 Joshi HELGESSON 145.77 2 2
    3 Angelica OLSSON 127.66 3 4
    4 Linnea MELLGREN 126.20 4 3
    5 Christin ADRIAN 107.55 6 5
    6 Nanna NILSSON 105.58 7 6
    7 Lou LUNDBÄCK 105.49 5 7
    8 Emelie FAGERLIND 85.91 8 8
    9 Cecilia FRYDÉN 81.03 10 9
    10 Karolina HALLQVIST 77.23 12 10
    11 Linda PIHLQUIST 76.89 9 11
    12 Malin GÖRANSSON 74.43 11 12
    13 Sara HELGESSON 67.42 15 13
    14 Karolin PETERSSON 66.29 14 14
    15 Sandra OLSSON 60.81 13 15

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    1 Kristoffer BERNTSSON LaKK 212.82 1 1
    2 Adrian SCHULTHEISS GötKK 208.21 2 2
    3 Alexander MAJOROV LulKK 193.14 3 3
    4 Anton TRUVÉ StoKK 143.66 4 4
    5 Jimmy KARLSSON SteKK 128.67 5 5

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    May be a silly question... but are Joshi and Victoria related? Or is Helgesson just a very common name in Sweden (probably since there is also a Sara Helgesson)? I thought Joshi was cute at SA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewyn View Post
    May be a silly question... but are Joshi and Victoria related? Or is Helgesson just a very common name in Sweden (probably since there is also a Sara Helgesson)? I thought Joshi was cute at SA.
    Joshi and Viktoria Helgesson are sisters. Joshi is about 5 years younger than Viktoria.

    It seems both Adrian and Kristoff will go to the europeans, and probably there that the one going to the olympics will be decided. and very nice result for Majarov, hopefully he will do well at the world junior and be less disappointed at himself at his performance.

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    I hope Adrian does well at Europeans and gets to go to Vancouver.

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    Videos from men's LP(5 participants )

    Videos from ladies' LP last group

    Videos from Swedish nationals overall.

    Adrian, Kristoffer and big sister V. Helgesson go to Europeans.

    A sports director from the Swedish Olympic Committee(SOC), commented on Swedish TV that Kristoffer(27 years) has to show that he is "close to being a medalist" to gain an olympic spot. Europeans will be an important competition for him to prove that he is.

    Adrian and Majorov are both in the SOC's talent program, expected to compete until olympics 2014. Majorov is likely out of Vancouver because of his third place at nationals. Adrian has a very good chance to go. I suppose Majorov goes to junior worlds.

    I think Kristoffer has to score high and (probably)be a medalist in europeans to get a ticket to Vancouver. Adrian can do less and still make it to olympics. In the worst scenario, if K does not do well enough and A bombs, no one goes.(or will they send Majorov then?) My guess is that Adrian will be on the ice in Vancouver February 16, 2010.

    The decision will be taken after Europeans by SOC and the Swedish figure skating association together.

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