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    I'd agree.

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    Looking to the future - girls debutants JGP next season

    Fans, who are interested in young Russian skater girls, know:
    Evgenia Medvedeva born 19 Now 1999
    Natalia Ogoreltseva born 18 Jan 2000
    Serafima Sakhanovich born 09 Feb 2000.

    They at next season will be eligible for JGP.

    Now we see more girls who may debut at JGP.
    Alsu Kajumova born 12 Jul 1999
    Maria Sotskova born 02 Apr 2000
    Elizabeth Tursynbaeva born 14 Feb 2000
    Julia Li born 12 Jun 1999
    (she is eligible this season but did not show enough level of skating past season)

    All these girls have triples (including 3Lz), perform complicated combos, earn good scores.

    So we see at least 7 new girls to international debut at JGP.

    Also there are medal winners of JGP this season - Radionova, Pogorilaya, Titushkina, Gerasimova, Stavitskaya - they are young, the eldest - Maria Stavitskaya - was born 01 Sep 1997.

    So we see many very good girls for JGP-2013, significantly more than may be places for them (if 2 events for skater).

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    It is sad that there are not places for all of them. However, would the medal winners that made the JGPF and are assigned to Jr Worlds, if they do well in those events, want to stay too long in juniors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    It is sad that there are not places for all of them. However, would the medal winners that made the JGPF and are assigned to Jr Worlds, if they do well in those events, want to stay too long in juniors?
    For Worlds and Euro this season will pretend Leonova, Makarova, Sotnikova, Tuktamysheva, Korobeynikova, may be Biryukova (if she will be at good state at the end of December, when will be Nationals). Number of pretenders is much more than three (number of places), and only Leonova and Makarova are too old for Junior Worlds. So some of them (who will not earn place at the team for Euro-Worlds) may pretend to Junior Worlds (for ISU rating, medal and so on).

    Lipnitskaia (who is too young for ISU championships this season) pretends to Junior worlds (she told so), she needs it for ISU Rating before Olympics.
    Lipnitskaia and Radionova are very good skaters, most probably they will have two of three places at Junior Worlds, and one place will be for all the others.

    So skaters who are Juniors this season may have no chance to GP Events, and so to pretend JGP Events next season. They are young enough, 15 years old maximum now, most of them will be 14 or 15 next season (unlike 19-years Samantha Cesario who had two JGP Events this season).

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    Thank you for the answer.

    USFS likes to have some assignment for the top 10 or so ladies at US Nationals; hence Cesario in juniors. Also, this is the first year there has been an easily accessible Senior B for North Americans...that hasn't been a choice before this year. ANd there's only the one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Thank you for the answer.

    USFS likes to have some assignment for the top 10 or so ladies at US Nationals; hence Cesario in juniors. Also, this is the first year there has been an easily accessible Senior B for North Americans...that hasn't been a choice before this year. ANd there's only the one.
    I don't mean that there is something wrong in fact that 19-years Cesario was at JGP.

    I mean only that the Russian participants of JGP are much younger and may be at JGP level for years more.

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    Maxim Trankov ‏@Trankov_jr
    Только что учавствовал в фото сессии для #esquire еще будут вроде как @KatsalapovNick и Ю. Ларионов, декабрьский номер.
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    Is Trankov saying that he just had a photo shoot for the December issue of Esquire?
    And will it include Katsalapov and Larionov as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    Maxim Trankov ‏@Trankov_jr
    Только что учавствовал в фото сессии для #esquire еще будут вроде как @KatsalapovNick и Ю. Ларионов, декабрьский номер.
    4:40 AM - 31 Oct 12

    Is Trankov saying that he just had a photo shoot for the December issue of Esquire?
    And will it include Katsalapov and Larionov as well?
    Yes.

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    Former Russian female skater Anna Ovcharova in Switzerland

    Starting order, results, protocols of Lugano Cup 2012
    http://www.cpl-lugano.ch/stagione%20...2012/index.htm
    See group "ELITE USP".

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    According to the interview of Ilinykh, they performed a simple version of free dance in Italy, as they were tired from the flight. No comments on music, though. http://www.team-russia2014.ru/article/5649.html
    They also won Crystal Skate, with points higher than 70 for SD and higher than 100 for FD. They are of course biased because of competition, but still Morozov says they are not just given for free http://www.team-russia2014.ru/article/5649.html
    Have no idea how to get the protocols for the event

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    Quote Originally Posted by HR4 View Post
    According to the interview of Ilinykh, they performed a simple version of free dance in Italy, as they were tired from the flight. No comments on music, though. http://www.team-russia2014.ru/article/5649.html
    They also won Crystal Skate, with points higher than 70 for SD and higher than 100 for FD. They are of course biased because of competition, but still Morozov says they are not just given for free http://www.team-russia2014.ru/article/5649.html
    Have no idea how to get the protocols for the event
    Protocols will be at ISU site soon. Maybe for week or two.

    Protocols of 2010 and 2011 Crystal skate are there.
    Last edited by AlexRus; 11-01-2012 at 10:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Protocols will be at ISU site soon. Maybe for week or two.
    Thx

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    The trouble is, Russia have too many ladies now. There are not only the new junior ladies that will become eligible the next season (the ones that AlexRus named):
    Evgenia Medvedeva,
    Natalia Ogoreltseva
    Serafima Sakhanovich

    and possibly
    Alsu Kajumova
    Maria Sotskova
    Elizabeth Tursynbaeva
    Julia Li

    We must not forget those who already competed junior this season. They may not be able to move to seniors because they probably wouldn't get GP event and they wouldn't be eligible to senior Europeans and worlds yet. So those will have to remain in juniors. I am talking about:
    Anna Pogorilaya
    Evgenia GERASIMOVA
    Uliana TITUSHKINA
    Maria STAVITSKAIA
    Kristina ZASEEVA
    Anna SHERSHAK

    So all those are going to share 12 or 14 (or how many) spots that are available for junior GP? It is so sad that some of those very talented ladies will not get their chance.

    I did not name Elena RADIONOVA, because she will probably be able to get an event or two in seniors, so she can moved up (the same way as Radionova, Tuktamysheva and Sotnikova did before her).

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    I m somehow happy Ovcharova found a way to skate for another country, does anybody know how she managed it? Did RF released her easily?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post

    I did not name Elena RADIONOVA, because she will probably be able to get an event or two in seniors, so she can moved up (the same way as Radionova, Tuktamysheva and Sotnikova did before her).
    I don't think Radionova can turn senior next season wasn't there an approved rule that skaters below 16 cannot compete in Senior GP's
    or does that apply only after the Olympics ?

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