1 Slavik HAYRAPETYAN ARM
2 Vitali LUCHANOK BLR
3 Liam FIRUS CAN
4 Jordan JU TPE
5 Marco ZAKOURIL CZE
6 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST
7 Bela PAPP FIN
8 Thomas SOSNIAK FRA
9 Sei KAWAHARA JPN
10 Keiji TANAKA JPN
11 Michael Christian MARTINEZ PHI
12 Edwin SIWKOWSKI POL
13 Min-Seok KIM KOR
14 Vlad IONESCU ROU
15 Zsolt KOSZ ROU
16 Artur DMITRIEV RUS
17 Stanislav KOVALEV RUS
18 Ondrej SPIEGL SWE
19 Engin Ali ARTAN TUR
20 Yakov GODOROZHA UKR
21 Joshua FARRIS USA
22 Keegan MESSING USA
1 Ksenia BAKUSHEVA BLR
2 Daniela STOEVA BUL
3 Alexandra NAJARRO CAN
4 Mirna LIBRIC CRO
5 Barbora SVEDOVA CZE
6 Tara BANG DEN
7 Svetlana ISSAKOVA EST
8 Beata PAPP FIN
9 Anais VENTARD FRA
10 Luisa WEBER GER
11 Shion KOKUBUN JPN
12 Yuki NISHINO JPN
13 Kristina PRILEPKO KAZ
14 Samanta KOVALKOVA LAT
15 Ariana ALTARAVICIUTE LTU
16 Michelle QUINTERO MEX
17 Carmen Naomi DAMIAN PHI
18 Hae-Jin KIM KOR
19 Anca IONESCU ROU
20 Sabina MARIUTA ROU
21 Sabina PAQUIER ROU
22 Rosa SHEVELEVA RUS
23 Elizaveta TUKTAMISHEVA RUS
24 Karolina SYKOROVA SVK
25 Pina UMEK SLO
26 Isabelle M. OLSSON SWE
27 Sila SAYGI TUR
28 Alina MILEVSKAIA UKR
29 Samantha CESARIO USA
30 Kristiene GONG USA
1 Viktoria KAVALEVA / Yirii BIELIAIEV BLR
2 Abby CARSWELL / Andrew DOLEMAN CAN
3 Katerina KONICKOVA / Matej LANG CZE
4 Tiffany ZAHORSKI / Alexis MIART FRA
5 Sophie JONES / Richard SHARPE GBR
6 Sofia SFORZA / Francesco FIORETTI ITA
7 Karina UZUROVA / Ilias ALI KAZ
8 Baily CARROLL / Peter GERBER POL
9 Valeria LOSEVA / Denis LUNIN RUS
10 Ksenia MONKO / Kirill KHALIAVIN RUS
11 Anastasia GALYETA / Alexei SHUMSKI UKR
12 Lauri BONACORSI / Travis MAGER USA
13 Gabrielle FRIEDENBERG / Ben NYKIEL USA
Thanks for the list! Interesting ladies event, it seems like Liza can easily win, but I think it will be exciting to see how Kim, Sheveleva, Cesario, and Gong stack up against each other, as I think the other two medalists could be comprised of any combination of 2 of these girls, or maybe even Nishino.
Umm so Sheveleva was chosen eh.. With only 7 dates This means one of Agafonova,Biryukova and Sotnikova will likely get only 1 event.. that sucks..
No, these girls will have 2 spots each. There are 6 girls with 2 spots:
Originally Posted by SamuraiKike
And still 2 spots for others. Sheveleva got one and probably Kristina Zaseeva will get second
I think Jordan Ju (TPE) is likely the same Jordan Ju who captured the Canadian Novice Men's title earlier this year.
That's great to know.. but what will happen if Sheveleva medals (like Biriyukova last year in her only assignment), will they drop Zaseeva and give her a second event..
Originally Posted by Lucky Star
Also if one of the big 6 totally bombs in her first event, is her second still a sure thing??
Hard to tell... I've heard that Roza Sheveleva did very well at the test skate in Novogorsk (better than Sofya) and that she will replace Anna Ovcharova in Courchevel (Anna is sick). So probably if Anna be ready she will replace Roza in Brasov. If not - maybe Kristina Zaseeva will get that spot (depends on Roza's result in Courchevel)
Originally Posted by SamuraiKike
Korean Hea-jin Kim is out (reportedly opted out) and replaced by Ho-jung Lee. That means Kim goes to Japan definitely. Men's Kim is also replaced by Lee.
I would love to see the ladie's event JUST to see how huge Beata Papp (175 cm) will look compared to the tiny girls there are in this field :D
It will be amazing if she lands her 3t-3t cleanly! I feel like Samantha Cesario is also tall though, but definitely not as tall as Beata.
Originally Posted by ankka
Last edited by silverlake22; 09-04-2010 at 11:11 AM.
Beata is tall for a skater but she is also a twig! She couldn't look huge if she tried!
Idk, compared to skaters who are mostly tiny she might. I mean, Agnes is also really thin and only 168 cm but she looks like an amazon here http://www.iceskatingintnl.com/image...JLA%200980.jpg . Funny cause if you saw her walking down the street she probably wouldn't stand out at all.
Originally Posted by skatingbc
Here's the results page: http://www.isuresults.com/results/jgprou2010/.
I can't wait to see how Elizaveta does here!
I really hope that the pressure is not too big for this young girl! I really wish her a great Short Programm and a lot of fun at her first JGP!