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    I need more icons to celebrate!


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    1 Konstantin Menshov 225.17
    2 Arthur Gachinsky 211.28
    3 Zhan Bush 204.98
    4 Sergei Voronov 204.71
    5 Ivan Tretyakov 204.54
    6 Gordey Gorshkov 203.50
    7 Artur Dmitriev 202.72
    8 Denis Leushin 196.17
    9 Ivan Bariev 193.61
    10 Vladislav Sezganov 190.37
    11 Max Kovtun 188.50
    12 Mark Shahmatov 185.02
    13 Stanislav Samokhin 184.36
    14 Alexandr Nikolaev 164.58
    15 Konstantin Milyukov 154.53
    16 Theodosius Efremenko 149.93
    17 Nikita Mikhailov 141.50

    http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/rusnat2011/CAT045RS.HTM

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    Way to go, Kostya!!

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    What a disaster! Bush was the only highlight of the day!

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    Good for Gachinski at 17 and Menshov at 27! Menshov went to his first senior nationals in 2002!

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    What happened to Artem Borodulin? Is he injured?

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    Wee Menshov at 28 National Champion, that is inspiring!
    But in general the wonder ladies were more thrilling!

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    Who are they sending to Euros? Top 2? What about Borodulin?

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    Borodulin broke his foot in the summer, I think, and has been experiencing pain w/ his skates.

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    I read that Borodulin competed (and won?) Estonian Nationals. It seems they can invite russian skaters in competition. Maybe someone can say more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seniorita View Post
    I read that Borodulin competed (and won?) Estonian Nationals. It seems they can invite russian skaters in competition. Maybe someone can say more.
    Yes, he was 3rd there or so and skated poorly. He is just not ready yet and still has health problems, so he and his coach decided not to compete at Nationals

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