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    Predictions

    Men

    1 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP
    2 Jeremy ABBOTT
    3 Michal BREZINA
    4 Yuzuru HANYU
    5 Artur GACHINSKI


    Ladies

    1 Mao ASADA JPN
    2 Adelina SOTNIKOVA
    3 Kiira KORPI
    3 Alena LEONOVA


    Pairs

    1 Aliona SAVCHENKO / Robin SZOLKOWY
    2 Yuko KAVAGUTI / Alexander SMIRNOV
    3 Stefania BERTON / Ondrej HOTAREK


    Ice Dance

    1 Meryl DAVIS / Charlie WHITE
    2 Ekaterina BOBROVA / Dmitri SOLOVIEV
    3 Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE
    4 Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Ilia TKACHENKO

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    Men

    1. Jeremy Abbot
    2. Artur Gachinski
    3. Yuzuru Hanyu
    4. Michal Brezina
    5. Javier Fernandez

    Ladies

    1. Mao Asada
    2. Adelina Sotnikova
    3. Alena Leonova
    4. Kiira Korpi
    5. Christina Gao

    Pairs

    1. Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy
    2. Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov
    3. Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov
    4. Stefania Berton / Ondrej Hotarek

    Ice Dance

    1. Meryl Davis/ Charlie White
    2. Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev
    3. Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje
    4. Ekaterina RIazanova / Ilia Tkachenko

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    Ladies:
    1. Mao
    2. Adelina
    3. Kiira

    Men:
    1. Jeremy
    2. Javier
    3. Yuzuru

    Pairs:
    1. Savchenko & Szolkowy
    2. Kavaguti & Smirnov
    3. Berton & Hotárek

    Ice Dance:
    1. Davis & White
    2. Bobrova & Soloviev
    3. Weaver & Poje


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    Men
    1 Abbot
    2 Hanyu
    3 Gachinski

    Ladies
    1 Sotnikova
    2 Asada
    3 Leonova

    Pairs
    1 S/S
    2 K/S
    3 b/H

    Dance
    1 D/W
    2 B/S
    3 R/T

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    Thanks for joining us, StellaCampo. Post often, post long!

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    Since the results of this event will determine the last few GPF entries for Ladies and especially for Men, will more people be posting facilitating dream podiums rather than believable predictions? E.g. I already know BOP's picks for Men's podium, except I think he believes in his dream.

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    ladies:

    1. Mao Asada
    2. Adelina Sotnikova
    3. Alena leonova

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    Welcome to GS, mary01!

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    I'm surprised Rachael hasn't withdrawn. Hoping for an improved performance!!

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    MEN

    1) Brezina 2) Fernandez 3) Abbott

    Hanyu or Gachinski could also be on the podium instead of Abbott. I don't think any of the others will be, especially not Brandon Mroz after how he skated last week.

    LADIES

    1) Asada 2) Sotnikova 3) Leonova

    I'm pretty sure this will be the podium, in some order, unless someone (Korpi? Lacoste? Imai?) bumps Leonova off.

    PAIRS

    1) Kavaguti/Smirnov 2) Savchenko/Szolkowy 3) Berton/Hotarek or Gerboldt/Enbert - hard to say since I haven't seen G/E skate yet this season

    DANCE

    1) Davis/White, of course 2) Bobrova/Soloviev 3) Weaver/Poje

    I'd like to see the order of 2 and 3 reversed, but it probably won't be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loren View Post
    Men

    1. Jeremy Abbot
    2. Artur Gachinski
    3. Yuzuru Hanyu
    4. Michal Brezina
    5. Javier Fernandez

    Ladies

    1. Mao Asada
    2. Adelina Sotnikova
    3. Alena Leonova
    4. Kiira Korpi
    5. Christina Gao

    Pairs

    1. Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy
    2. Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov
    3. Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov
    4. Stefania Berton / Ondrej Hotarek

    Ice Dance

    1. Meryl Davis/ Charlie White
    2. Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev
    3. Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje
    4. Ekaterina RIazanova / Ilia Tkachenko
    Just curious, how come you think Stolbova and Klimov will finish that high?

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    I hope Gao is farther up in the mix at least 4th

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    It's sad that the last GP is already here :(

    Men
    1. Abbott
    2. Fernandez
    3. Hanyu
    4. Brezina
    5. Gachinski
    6. Mroz
    7. Menshov
    8. Rogozine
    9. Voronov

    I think the top five will be VERY interesting and possibly close. Still, I think that if Abbott remains standing he wins. He should dominate in the PCS department. Fernandez will probably out-TES him, but he really does have a lot to improve, and his LP is nowhere close to Abbott's imho. Hanyu and Brezina are a toss up too, but I think Hanyu will podium unless Brezina pulls off a quad or two. Brezina had lower PCS than Rippon last weekend, so I think that he'll need those jumps to come close to Abbott. I've yet to be impressed with Gachinski, but this is the Cup of Russia...he could medal, too. Mroz and Menshov were both dreadful at their last event, Rogozine is inconsistent, and Voronov has never really shined in a high caliber competition like this one.

    Ladies
    1. Asada
    2. Sotnikova
    3. Leonova
    4. Gao
    5. Korpi
    6. Imai
    7. Zawadski
    8. Biryukova
    9. Flatt
    10. Lacoste

    I'm sure Sotnikova will be eager for a win here, but I think this is Asada's to lose if she performs like she did in Japan. When "on", she is miles above everyone else in this field. I still think the silver will be easy for Sotnikova, though. Leonova will probably end up on the podium again, but I would much rather see Gao, Korpi, Imai....or pretty much anyone else . Zawadski and Flatt both had surprisingly poor performances at their first events and could both fall behind Biryukova. Lacoste also had a poor showing, but sadly that wasn't surprising to me in the least. Hopefully they can all improve here.

    Pairs
    1. Savchenko/Szolkowy
    2. Kavaguti/Smirnov
    3. Gerboldt/Enbert
    4. Berton/Hotarek
    5. Solbova/Klimov
    6. Hausch/Wende
    7. Cain/Reagan
    8. Jones/Gaskell

    I thought the Germans would easily beat K/S at their last matchup, but I was clearly wrong. I hope S/S ditch the 3A throw and focus on performing two almost-clean performances. IF they can do that, they SHOULD be fine. But crazier things have happened this season, to be sure. I think that the bronze will be a rematch between the Coupe de Nice podium toppers. B/H beat G/E by 0.02 points there, but I predict a swap here. I felt that B/H were gifted at their last event. The last four are a complete toss-up for me.

    Dance
    1. Davis/White
    2. Bobrova/Soloviev
    3. Weaver/Poje
    4. Riazonova/Tkachenko
    5. Tobias/Stagniunas
    6. Pushkash/Guerrerio
    7. Carron/Jones
    8. Reed/Reed

    D/W should win this by a huge margin (of course), but i'll be interested to see if B/S can close the gap in their home country. Still, D/W's FD has been one of the highlights of the season so far and I can't wait to see it again. I was honestly left cold by W/P and their (her) reaction in China and wouldn't be upset at all if they didn't medal here. Still, I don't think that any of the other teams can catch them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jChamp View Post

    Dance
    1. Davis/White
    2. Bobrova/Soloviev
    3. Weaver/Poje
    4. Riazonova/Tkachenko
    5. Tobias/Stagniunas
    6. Pushkash/Guerrerio
    7. Carron/Jones
    8. Reed/Reed

    D/W should win this by a huge margin (of course), but i'll be interested to see if B/S can close the gap in their home country. Still, D/W's FD has been one of the highlights of the season so far and I can't wait to see it again. I was honestly left cold by W/P and their (her) reaction in China and wouldn't be upset at all if they didn't medal here. Still, I don't think that any of the other teams can catch them.
    I'm not sure I'd put D/S and C/J that low. They did medal at their previous GPs, granted those were in weak fields. Hmm. I might have D/S ahead of R/T and C/J ahead of P/G.

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    Voronov can do well. He medaled at a CoC in 2009. It was Oda, Lysacek, Voronov. He had a bad injury but seems better and I would just be suprised if he was last.

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