3T-2T-2T very good
3twist, flawed but better than in the short
3F throw fall :(
3S throw really gorgeous.
Both throws and the 2A were in the second half of the program. They look sad. It will be enough for bronze I believe
To qualify to Internationals they need silver, because of Bazarova - Larionov.
Originally Posted by Mirunna
Tatiana and Max
3S good, but she was a bit tight on the landing
3T-2T that was good
3Loop throw huge but slightly 2footed(need to see it again)
3Sal throw that was clearly 2footed. But also huge height
Much better than in Rostelecom or GPF
VolTRan won (what a surprise)! Still in both throw jumps she touched the ice with the second leg, just slightly on the first and more on the second. I think he throws her too high, scary high, like two-boards high. He should control the height of the throw a little better.
"I throw her and throw, but she always returns. May be, it is a good idea to throw her more strongly?"
Originally Posted by let`s talk
Congrats for Tanya and Max for winning Nationals
I have to agree, I sometimes feel scared during their throws because Max throws Tatnya too high
PAIRS FREE PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT (updated)
1. Tatiana VOLOSOZHAR & Maxim TRANKOV - 228.92 Long Program, 2nd Copy
2. Yuko KAVAGUTI & Alexander SMIRNOV - 207.37 Long Program, 2nd Copy
3. Ksenia STOLBOVA & Fedor KLIMOV - 195.46 Long Program
4. Julia ANTIPOVA & Nodari MAISURADZE - 178.80 Long Program, 2nd Copy
5. Evgenia TARASOVA & Vladimir MOROZOV - 164.29 Long Program, 2nd Copy
6. Anastasia MARTIUSHEVA & Alexei ROGONOV - 161.88 Long Program, 2nd Copy
7. Vasilisa DAVANKOVA & Andrei DEPUTAT - 161.76 Long Program, 2nd Copy
8. Lina FEDOROVA & Maxim MIROSHKIN - 160.03 Long Program, 2nd Copy
9. Maria VYGALOVA & Egor ZAKROEV - 154.38 Long Program
10. Kristina ASTAKHOVA & Maxim KURDYUKOV - 153.78 Long Program
11. Ekaterina PETAIKINA & Konstantin BEZMATERNIKH - 145.42 Long Program
12. Anastasia GUBANOVA & Alexey SINTSOV - 116.79 Long Program
Last edited by Mao88; 12-27-2012 at 02:24 PM.
That's too bad! They are so beautiful and have such an intriguing style on the ice but the technical goods just aren't there consistently enough to get them on the Russian world team. After seeing the kiss n cry and the dire expressions on their faces, I have a sinking feeling that this might be the last season that we see them skating together.
Originally Posted by Mirunna
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I never noticed this about their throws, but conversely I find that Fedor Klimov throws Ksenia Stolbova too low.. likely because she's not as petite compared to other pair women.
Originally Posted by sky_fly20
They sacrifice height for distance. Of course ideally you want both good height and distance, but that's easier said than done. They may want to adjust their technique.
Originally Posted by blue_idealist
Last edited by gold12345; 12-28-2012 at 12:18 AM.
A very high standard competition. No surprise to see V/T win but they deserved it, the changed layout of the programme works better for them, it was there best performance of the season so far. Really happy with K/S, again I think that was the best they have performed the programme all season. I know international results say different but to me they are ahead of B/L. It will be an interesting European championship to see how the top Russian teams are ranked.
Behind the top 2, there was a lot of depth. S/K put out a good performance, the triple twist is improving. Really impressed with A/M, did not expect that level of performance, really liked the jazzy style of their skate. T/M have a very bright future, they have a real presence, a little bit slow but they can work on that. They must rank as one of the favourites for Junior worlds now.
Was a little dissapointed with D/D after a an impressive short they were a bit off in the free. As always I enjoyed the skating of M/R, sadly the jumps were missing from her but they have a real pleasing quality to them. Can they not send her to a jumps coach? I also enjoyed the perfomance of A/K. There is a lot of depth in Russian pairs.