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Thread: 2012 - 2013 Russian skaters, rules, and events

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    But where are they now? They are being replaced with young jumping beans like Lipnitskaya, Rodionova

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    I don't think they are being replaced by anyone. They have two GP events and who will be sent to Europeans and Worlds depends on how they place at their nationals. If they do well, they will be send.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammers View Post
    Yes but the jury is still out as to how good Shelepen, Korobeynikova and even Sotnikove will be.
    Is the jury "still out" on Sotnikova?
    If Adelina was American the hype and expectations would be through the roof.

    Skaters like Michelle and Yuna - who always made the podium are rare.

    Adelina has already won alot for a skater her age and it appears she has adjusted to her growth spurt.

    I expect to see her on the Worlds podium this season which would set her up well for Sochi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Zaseeva put in a a pretty good LP, though. (5th there)
    Zaseeva for three seasons has not good luck at JGP Events.
    She had one JGP Event at 2010, one at 2011, one at 2012. Places 14, 7, 7 respectively.
    Her best score at national-level competitions at seasons 2010/11 and 2011/12 were more than 40 higher, than JGP score.

    Her skating at FS Open Moscow this season (program is the same) was significantly better than at JGP Bosphorus.

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    It was good to see Zaseeva put in a pretty good LP at JGP Bosphorus but it is too bad that she hasn't put it together yet internationally.

    I see that Adelina is supposed to be skating at Nebelhorn this week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    I see that Adelina is supposed to be skating at Nebelhorn this week!
    Yes. Sotnikova and Shelepen - main entries, Biryukova - substitute entry.

    10:00 local time (UTC+2) at Sep 28 starts Ladies SP.
    10:00 local time (UTC+2) at Sep 29 starts Ladies FS.
    http://www.eislauf-union.de/Nebelhor...ew_verans.html

    Also Kaetlyn OSMOND, Viktoria HELGESSON, Caroline ZHANG and some interesting, but not so high level skaters.

    Men - Nobunari ODA, Denis TEN, Ivan BARIEV, Konstantin MENSHOV.

    Pairs Vera BAZAROVA / Yuri LARIONOV, Tatiana VOLOSOZHAR / Maxim TRANKOV.

    Ice Dance Julia ZLOBINA / Alexei SITNIKOV (Azerbaijan), Ksenia MONKO / Kirill KHALIAVIN.

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    Yes, it should be an interesting competition

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    Journal "Moscow Skater" No 1-2 2012 can be downloaded http://ffkm.ru/images/mf/Figurist_2012_1-2_25-26.pdf (Russian Language).
    Many info about World Juniors 2012, and at first Lipnitskaia.
    They write that Julia at training lands all 3+3 combos, including 3Lz+3Lo.

    There is info about Junior Men, Junior Pairs (and interview with Davankova/Deputat and their coach Sergei Dobroskokov).

    Also Ice dance, Syncronized Skating.
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    Thank you for the download link

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    Ahhh.

    I wish there were an English language version.. or for that matter, French or German.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Journal "Moscow Skater" No 1-2 2012 can be downloaded http://ffkm.ru/images/mf/Figurist_2012_1-2_25-26.pdf (Russian Language).
    Many info about World Juniors 2012, and at first Lipnitskaia.
    They write that Julia at training lands all 3+3 combos, including 3Lz+3Lo.

    There is info about Junior Men, Junior Pairs (and interview with Davankova/Deputat and their coach Sergei Dobroskokov).

    Also Ice dance, Syncronized Skating.
    thanks, you have any info/Bio of Pitkeev and Samarin ?
    I dont know much about Russian junior men skaters, is it still in very bad state ?

    I know Pitkeev is coached by Tutberidze and Samarin is coached by Goncharenko
    I am familiar a bit with Samarin since I saw his skate videos in 2010, we has great spins and finished 1st or 2nd on all local competitions, but he struggled a bit last March competition I think he finished 3rd or 4th ? and grew a bit now

    I like his skating and he reminds me of Alexander Abt, hopefully he gets deeper edges like Abt.

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    Alexander SAMARIN, born 15 Jun 1998.
    Coach: Inna Goncharenko (who is also coach of Elena RADIONOVA), Moscow, CSKA.

    Season 2008/2009 - Zhuk-Y 2nd place.
    NRW Trophy 2010 - 1st Novice.
    Season 2011/12 - Cup of Russia IV -3rd, Cup of Russia V -3rd (I don't know why he didn't participate in RusYunNat, maybe illness), Final of Cup of Russia 4th, Russan National (elder age) 4th. All these competitions - Junior level.
    Personal Best 193.90 (Junior).
    Lands 7 triples in FS, 3Lz+3T, 3F+3T. Spins 4 Level, StSq 3 Level.
    Member of "Team Russia" from 2010/11 to now.

    Photos
    http://www.fskate.ru/photos/image7606.jpg (Samarin, Kolyada, Efremenkov).
    http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/445/photo/ (many photos)

    Videos
    SP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux3LLmfu5-E
    FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H8HoWTmkro
    FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoznPKFtK48
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    thanks, you have any info/Bio of Pitkeev and Samarin ?
    If you will visit first post of this thread, you will find links to bios.

    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    I dont know much about Russian junior men skaters, is it still in very bad state ?
    Not so bad.
    There are not so good very young skaters in Russia as Nathan CHEN or Boyang JIN.
    But level is not so low. Alexander PETROV was 2nd at JGP Event. Mikhail KOLYADA and at first Maxim KOVTUN may have very good future.

    We will see what two "iron ladies" - Tarasova and Vodorezova - will make of Kovtun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    If you will visit first post of this thread, you will find links to bios.


    Not so bad.
    There are not so good very young skaters in Russia as Nathan CHEN or Boyang JIN.
    But level is not so low. Alexander PETROV was 2nd at JGP Event. Mikhail KOLYADA and at first Maxim KOVTUN may have very good future.

    We will see what two "iron ladies" - Tarasova and Vodorezova - will make of Kovtun.
    Kolyada ? didn't he already competed at 1 JGP this season, he did not medal and I think isn't very good his name does Not have a second JGP assignment so is Efremenkov not appear on any list, I see Pitkeev and Samarin have 2 JGP assignments, I agree Kovtun has potential

    so only 4 young Russians that are promising this season?
    Kovtun, Petrov, Pitkeev and Samarin ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Kolyada ? didn't he already competed at 1 JGP this season, he did not medal
    After that he was 2nd at Cup of St Petersburg I bith good skating.
    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    so only 4 young Russians that are promising this season?
    Kovtun, Petrov, Pitkeev and Samarin ?
    We treat Zuber's skate as good for so young skater.

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