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    Elena Radionova

    Completed 3Lz+3T. Could exit out of the 3F. Step-out of 2A (ah, silly mistake). Great Bielmann spin. I like that she expresses two different moods in the piece, though I like the choreography of the first half better than the slightly sloppy second half. However, this should go into first place.

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    Impressive jumping from radionova, she presents really well for her age! I thought it was all a bit wild though, she will probably lead though

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    Radionova
    60.90 and into 1st

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    Wow, Hannah Miller in silver medal position; I did not expect that. But having watched her performance, she was great! And I think that combo was in the second half, which probably boosted her score. Too bad about Angela, but knowing her she'll bring it in the long and move up.

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    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - RESULT

    Overall

    1. Elena RADIONOVA (RUS) - 60.90
    2. Hannah MILLER (USA) - 59.18 Short Program
    3. Anna POGORILAYA (RUS) - 57.94
    4. Angela WANG (USA) - 51.16 Short Program
    5. Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN) - 49.60 Short Program
    6. Leah KEISER (USA) - 47.23 Short Program

    Segment Result

    1 Elena RADIONOVA RUS 60.90 34.68 26.22 6.61 6.36 6.61 6.61 6.57 0.00 #6
    2 Hannah MILLER USA 59.18 33.84 25.34 6.32 6.11 6.39 6.46 6.39 0.00 #2
    3 Anna POGORILAYA RUS 57.94 33.25 24.69 6.25 5.93 6.36 6.11 6.21 0.00 #4
    4 Angela WANG USA 51.16 26.24 24.92 6.43 6.11 6.14 6.36 6.11 0.00 #5
    5 Satoko MIYAHARA JPN 49.60 26.22 23.38 6.07 5.61 5.86 5.89 5.79 0.00 #3
    6 Leah KEISER USA 47.23 25.86 22.37 5.75 5.46 5.50 5.71 5.54 1.00 #1

    Great performance by Radionova - just the 1 mistake with the step out on the landing on 2A
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    Elena always looks lovely to me, even with some smaller mistakes. For someone her age she really is amazing, she has that "it"-factor all over her. She's easily the class of the field for me here

    Enjoyed the others too - Angela has a beautiful overall style, too bad for the mistake. Satoko was as elegant as she always is, and Anna P. suprised me so much! Never saw her before, but she has some nice attack. Hannah Miller has so much personality too. It's a pretty good field we have here, I'm excited for the FS.

    P.S.: Elena, Hannah and Satoko all got Lv4 on the steps. Wow.
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    LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT

    1. Elena RADIONOVA (RUS) - 60.90 Short Program
    2. Hannah MILLER (USA) - 59.18 Short Program
    3. Anna POGORILAYA (RUS) - 57.94 Short Program
    4. Angela WANG (USA) - 51.16 Short Program
    5. Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN) - 49.60 Short Program
    6. Leah KEISER (USA) - 47.23 Short Program

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    That edge call on the flip for angela is wierd , she didnt lip! just one of "those calls" I guess. I agree with the overall placements though and I think we could see alot of switching around in the free

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatel80 View Post
    That edge call on the flip for angela is wierd , she didnt lip! just one of "those calls" I guess. I agree with the overall placements though and I think we could see alot of switching around in the free
    Yeah, a lot of skaters have been getting edge calls on the flip, even when the entry is on a flat edge which I think is fine (and which Dick Button think is fine too). They really want to see an inside edge this year.

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    Very good young talent overall. But seriously, can't the coaches of some of these young bendable, flexible Russian ladies come up with some costume styling other than the ubiquitous bodysuit? Debi Thomas and Carolina Kostner have done it best in that regard, hands down or leg up.

    I'm somewhat amazed and amused by Johnny Weir's fashion influence among all disciplines in this sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art&Sport View Post
    Very good young talent overall. But seriously, can't the coaches of some of these young bendable, flexible Russian ladies come up with some costume styling other than the ubiquitous bodysuit? Debi Thomas and Carolina Kostner have done it best in that regard, hands down or leg up.

    I'm somewhat amazed by Johnny Weir's fashion influence among all disciplines in this sport.
    Not sure if Johnny's fashion influence is always a good thing either lol Very impressed with all the junior ladies. Radionova had a lot of smal mistakes which is disappointing . Hannah cold win it all.

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    I expect the 2-3 rankings to change in the FS
    and Radionova will do even better, she is a good free skater

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art&Sport View Post
    Very good young talent overall. But seriously, can't the coaches of some of these young bendable, flexible Russian ladies come up with some costume styling other than the ubiquitous bodysuit? Debi Thomas and Carolina Kostner have done it best in that regard, hands down or leg up.

    I'm somewhat amazed and amused by Johnny Weir's fashion influence among all disciplines in this sport.
    I remember Shelepen a couple seasons back, said in an interview or something, that she chose bodysuits for her costumes that season because she was growing quickly and her legs were much longer than the rest of her body at that point, so a dress would either have a skirt that looked too short, or if the skirt is lengthened, then it can be distracting when one is skating. Pogorilaya at least is certainly very much legs at this point, so I would not be surprised if her decision to wear bodysuits is due to similar reasoning. As for Radinova, the body suit suits the program so I'm fine with it.

    Really impressed with Pogorilaya by the way, she reminds me of Shelepen with better jump technique and a nice injection of personality. Love her balanchine lines and the way she pushes through her programs. Nice to see some talented up-and-comers on the rise where so many of the current Russian senior ladies have been struggling recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skater Boy View Post
    Not sure if Johnny's fashion influence is always a good thing either lol Very impressed with all the junior ladies. Radionova had a lot of smal mistakes which is disappointing . Hannah cold win it all.
    I would be thrilled if Hannah got on the podium, and I think she definitely can with that 8 point edge over Wang, but I tend to think the Russians will go 1 and 2, those two have a lot of content planned in their FS, and Radinova rarely makes mistakes. Pogo idk because she was so much better at her second JGP compared to her first, but from what I can tell she seems hungry and on an upward projectory.

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