Russian Cup (Kazan)
Sorry, i made a google translate: http://www.fskate.ru/news/512/
In Kazan will host IV Cup Russia 2011
From 9 to 13 November at the Sports Palace in Kazan will host IV Cup of Russia figure skating in 2011 - a tournament, "Idel", dedicated to the memory of the honored coach of Russia Gennady S. Tarasov. The competition will be attended by some of the best skaters of the country.
Cup of Russia in Kazan is a lot of years and is unchanged in the Russian calendar starts. Competitions are called "Idel" and in 2011 carried out in 41-th time, leading its history since the Soviet era. In recent years the tournament dedicated to memory of the honored coach of Russia Gennady S. Tarasova, among students whose world champion in 1985, Alexander Fadeev.
Opening Ceremony will begin November 10 at 16:00. The competition must attend approximately 150 skaters from 18 regions of Russia. Age of athletes - from 10 to 24 years. Phase IV of the Russian Cup will be the most representative in this season. Among the skaters spectators can see many members of the country championships, members of the national teams of Russia.
The strongest of participants in girls, acting under the category of masters sport. Among them are winners of numerous Russian and international competitions, master of sports Lipnitskaya Julia, Sophia Biryukov, Anna Ovcharova, Scheveleva Rose and others. Juniors will make the winner of the European Youth Olympic Festival Paulina Agafonov. In men, to Kazan are going to come twice champion of Russia Sergei Voronov, a member of the Olympic Games in Vancouver, Artem Borodulin medalist Russia Jean Bush.
In ice dancing, and Kazan Youth Cup will be a qualifier for the first ever Winter Youth Olympic Games to be held in Austria in January next year. In addition to the Olympics, the Cup of Russia is qualified for the competitions in Russia (he will be held in late December in Saransk) and Junior Championship of Russia (it will Balashikha in early February).
RT Winner of the tournament will present Student Games of Russia Konstantin Miliukov, as well as Eugene Ilyin, Anna Saifutdinova, Korneev and Karina dancing duets Vlad Sokurov - Vadim Bochkarev, Anastasia Petrova - Nikita Kaidalov, Daria Manenkov - Nikita Sanin. In pairs skating perform Kazan school pupil Eugene Tarasov.
Tournament "Idel" will be held at the Sports Palace (St. Moscow, 1) from Wednesday to Sunday - 9 to 13 November. With its convenient schedule, Kazan sports fans have the opportunity to watch the skaters skates to the maximum extent. This season is the only all-Russian competition in figure skating in Tatarstan.
Russian Cup - an annual competition consisting of five stages and finals. Figure skaters compete in four types (single skating, pair skating and ice dancing) and double-bit (Master of Sport - adults and candidates for master of sports - juniors). In 2011, steps were in Dmitrov (Moscow Region), Samara and Yoshkar-Ola. The last stage in early December to take Moscow.
Tarasov, Gennady S. (1946-2005) - Honoured coach of Russia, who has spearheaded the creation of the Kazan school of figure skating. More than 30 years worked as a trainer in RSDYUSHOR. Among the students - European champion (1984, 1986-1987), Peace (1985), participant of Olympic Games (1984) in singles skating, Alexander Fadeev. Since 2006, held in Kazan International tournament "Idel" in memory of Gennady S. Tarasov.
November 9 (Wednesday)
10:00 - 14:00 The Credentials Committee
15:00 - 15:30 Meeting of judges
16:00 - 17:00 The draw for start numbers
18:00 - 19:40 Dancing on Ice CCM Short Dance
19:50 - 20:30 Dancing on Ice MC, Short Dance
November 10 (Thursday)
13:00 - 14:50 Ice Dancing MMR Free dance
15:00 - 15:50 Dancing on Ice MC, Free Dance
16:00 - 16:30 Opening ceremony of competitions
16:40 - 19:40 Boys CCM Short Program
19:50 - 22:00 Men MC, Short Program
11 November (Friday)
13:20 - 16:10 Boys CCM skate
16:20 - 18:50 Men MC Free program
19:00 - 20:20 Couples CCM Short Program
20:30 - 21:30 MC Pairs, Short Program
November 12 (Saturday)
14:00 - 15:20 Couples CCM skate
15:30 - 16:40 MC Pairs, Short Program
16:50 - 19:20 Girls CCM Short Program
19:30 - 21:30 Women's MC, Short Program
November 13 (Sunday)
12:00 - 15:00 Girls CCM skate
15:10 - 17:30 Women's MC, skating
17:30 - 17:40 Awarding of winners
Live stream: http://fskating.com/wfschannel
1 Valeria STARYGINA / Ivan VOLOBUYEV 154.04
2 Anastasia KABANOVA / Nikolai BABIN 128.91
3 Natalia JANCOSEK / Kyrill KONOVALOV 68.14
1 Sergei VORONOV 228.07
2 Zhan BUSH 219.94
3 Artem GRIGORIEV 214.24
4 Artur DMITRIEV 210.66
5 Ivan TRETIAKOV 187.42
1 Katarina GERBOLDT / Alexander ENBERT 160.35
2 Vasilisa DAVANKOVA / Andrew DESITAT 154.82
3 Tatiana NOVIK / Andrei NOVOSELOV 153.61
4 Catherine PETAYKINA / Maxim KURDYUKOV 153.48
5 Alexander VASSILIEV / Yuri SHEVCHUK 148.65
1 Julia LIPNITSKAYA 62.50
2 Sofia BIRYUKOVA 60.98
3 Anna SHERSHAKOV 56.54
4 Eugene GERASIMOVA 52.88
5 Valentine CHERNYSHEV 49.48
Wicked Yankee Girl
That was quite a men's competition!!! Shaba, thanks for translating and sharing!
Other results about more known skaters (besides me finding it amusing that Google's translator adds the 'ov' ending even to names that don't have it, like Anna Shershak's):
Natalia Ogoreltseva in 6th with 48.82
Kristina Zaseeva in 8th with 45.52
Elena Radionova in 9th with 44.18
Rosa Sheveleva in 12th with 41.28
No one I recognize
Konstantin Bezmaternikh and his current partner, Oksana Nagalaty finished in 6th with 142.70 total
Dance: Only those three entries
Girls (Quite literally, that's what it actually translates to - just had this word in Russian class the other day), short only
Sophia Mishina in 1st with 56.80
Polina Korobeinykova in 2nd with 52.92
Maria Stavitskaya in 3rd with 51.68
Polina Agafonova all the way in 9th with 42.86 (Poor girl just can't seem to be consistent)
Don't recognize any of the first names - some may be siblings of older skaters.
Tudvaseva/Liseev in 1st, 138.19 total
Anna Yanovskaya/Sergei Mozgov in 1st, 148.14 total
Funniest Google Translate moment (which I checked after just to make sure I didn't miss any names):
One of the male pairs skaters is Igor Zakroev, and Google Translate puts it as "Will close" because it's actually a form of/related to the verb закрыть (pron. closely to zakriyt, but the vowel ы is a bit awkward to give pronunciation without actually saying it) which means "to close".
Wicked Yankee Girl
None of those names will translate as oddly into English as Ima Pigg will translate into Russian. Yes, she existed. I same the tombstone in TX.
It's just funny because Google Translate can't tell the difference between a form of a verb used as a name and one used just as a verb.
Originally Posted by dorispulaski