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    2013 Russian Nationals Ladies

    Ladies (added date of birth, and places at Senior Nationals past seasons)
    1. Sofia BIRYUKOVA (19 Jul 1994, 2010 - 6, 2011 - 6, 2012 - 9)
    2. Evgenia GERASIMOVA (02 Jan 1998, 2012 - 12)
    3. Alsu Kajumova (12 Jul 1999, none)
    4. Polina KOROBEYNIKOVA (12 Apr 1996, 2011 - 10, 2012 - 7)
    5. Alena LEONOVA (23 Now 1990, 2007 - 7, 2008 - 7, 2009 - 5, 2010 - 2, 2011 - 2, 2012 - 3)
    6. Julia LIPNITSKAIA (05 Jun 1998, 2011 - 4, 2012 - 2) (Withdrawn, replaced by Tatyana Fedoseeva )
    7. Ksenia MAKAROVA (20 Dec 1992, 2010 - 1, 2011 - 5, 2012 - 4)
    8. Alina Maximova (22 Feb 1999, none)
    9. Natalia Ogoreltseva (18 Jan 2000, none)
    10. Anna POGORILAYA (10 Apr 1998, none)
    11. Elena RADIONOVA (06 Jan 1999, 2012 - 5)
    12. Serafima Sakhanovich (09 Feb 2000, none)
    13. Adelina SOTNIKOVA (01 Jul 1996, 2009 - 1, 2010 - 4, 2011 - 1, 2012 - 1)
    14. Maria STAVITSKAIA (01 Sep 1997, 2012 - 18)
    15. Uliana TITUSHKINA (06 Mar 1999, none)
    16. Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA (17 Dec 1996, 2008 - 10, 2009 - 2, 2010 - 3, 2011 - 3, 2012 - 6)
    17. Polina SHELEPEN (28 Jul 1995, 2009 - 6, 2011 - 7, 2012 - 10) (Withdrawn) I don't know whether she will be replaced by the 2nd Substitute Julia Li
    18. Elizaveta Yuschenko (06 Jan 2000, none)
    Substitutes
    1. Tatiana Fedoseeva (08 Dec 1998, none)
    2. Julia Li (Lee? - there is no official transliteration at ISU site - she had no niternational competitions) (12 Jun 1999, none)
    3. Nikol Gosviani (09 Sep 1996, none)
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    So, Lee/Li and Fedoseeva are now competing instead of Lipnitskaya and Shelepen...

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    I think that would be right...we'll see.

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    Lipnitskaia has withdrawn? Ow, still injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewyn View Post
    Lipnitskaia has withdrawn? Ow, still injured?
    Luckily she was not eligible For euros and worlds this year, next year is more important, she had a great season winning finlanda, and securing medals on the GP, wish her a speedy recovery....

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    The question is can sotnikova and tuktimiasheva make the euro and world team, time will tell, best choice should be Liza I would have thought.

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    Is elena radionova the favourite here???

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    So Leonova is the oldest competitor at 22, lol.

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    Predictions


    1. Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
    2 Alena LEONOVA
    3. Elena RADIONOVA
    4. Adelina SOTNIKOVA
    5. Polina KOROBEYNIKOVa
    6. Ksenia MAKAROVA
    7. Sofia BIRYUKOVA

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    For now - Lipnitskaia, Shelepen, Titushkina WD, all three substitutes became main.

    So list of entries:
    Ladies (added date of birth, places at Senior Nationals past seasons, Place in ISU Season Bests Total Scores List 2012/2013 )
    1. Sofia BIRYUKOVA (19 Jul 1994, 2010 - 6, 2011 - 6, 2012 - 9, 46)
    2. Evgenia GERASIMOVA (02 Jan 1998, 2012 - 12, 36)
    3. Nikol Gosviani (09 Sep 1996, none, none)
    4. Alsu Kajumova (12 Jul 1999, none, none)
    5. Polina KOROBEYNIKOVA (12 Apr 1996, 2011 - 10, 2012 - 7, 28)
    6. Alena LEONOVA (23 Now 1990, 2007 - 7, 2008 - 7, 2009 - 5, 2010 - 2, 2011 - 2, 2012 - 3, 24)
    7. Julia Li (Lee? - there is no official transliteration at ISU site - she had no niternational competitions) (12 Jun 1999, none, none)
    8. Ksenia MAKAROVA (20 Dec 1992, 2010 - 1, 2011 - 5, 2012 - 4, 25)
    9. Alina Maximova (22 Feb 1999, none, none)
    10. Natalia Ogoreltseva (18 Jan 2000, none, none)
    11. Anna POGORILAYA (10 Apr 1998, none, 16)
    12. Elena RADIONOVA (06 Jan 1999, 2012 - 5, 4)
    13. Serafima Sakhanovich (09 Feb 2000, none, none)
    14. Adelina SOTNIKOVA (01 Jul 1996, 2009 - 1, 2010 - 4, 2011 - 1, 2012 - 1, 13)
    15. Maria STAVITSKAIA (01 Sep 1997, 2012 - 18, 41)
    16. Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA (17 Dec 1996, 2008 - 10, 2009 - 2, 2010 - 3, 2011 - 3, 2012 - 6, 5)
    17. Tatiana Fedoseeva (08 Dec 1998, none, none)
    18. Elizaveta Yuschenko (06 Jan 2000, none, none)
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    Best of Russian Cup Events score (for them who took place in these events)
    These scores are not comparable witho Internationals, as usual at in-country competitions, in Canada, Japan, USA is the same.
    But these scores may help to understand "who is who" of girls who had not Internationals.

    Elena RADIONOVA 203.88
    Serafima Sakhanovich 183.76
    Evgenia GERASIMOVA 176.09
    Natalia Ogoreltseva 174.45
    Alsu Kajumova 170.08
    Julia Li 163.95
    Elizaveta Yuschenko 163.61
    Nikol Gosviani 160.63
    Maria STAVITSKAIA 160.31
    Alina Maximova 159.97
    Tatiana Fedoseeva 152.48

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    Quote Originally Posted by russell30 View Post
    Is elena radionova the favourite here???
    Yes. She has the best results this season, both International and in-Russia. Highest scores and only first places.

    But she may be won by Leonova, Sotnikova (only if they restore their level), Tuktamysheva (if skates good).

    At all, Russian Ladies Nationals are very unpredictable, as we've seen at past seasons.

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    That means there is one more addition to the senior age-eligible ladies: Gosviani. Though I think her chance for the team is almost zero. Why no Kristina Zaseeva in the list? She has been doing well and she has earned two medals in senior B competitions. (Cup of Nice and Golden Spin of Zagreb) She deserved to be here more than Gosviani and maybe Biryukova. >

    Anyway my predictions for age-eligible girls in order:
    Sotnikova
    Tuktamysheva
    Leonova
    Korobeynikova
    Makarova
    Gosviani
    Biryukova

    And predictions for the placements may be something like this:
    1. Radionova
    2. Sotnikova
    3. Sakhanovich
    4. Tuktamysheva
    5. Leonova

    My wishes are totally different than these. I want Leonova to win and Korobeynikova make the team. I may be happy but very little possiblity.

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    my predictions

    1 Tuktamysheva
    2 Sotnikova
    3 Radionova
    4 Sakhanovich
    5 Leonova

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    Is there anyone besides Alena, Liza, and Adelina who can go to Worlds by meeting age requirements and minimum score?

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