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    2013 Nordics on Iceland Jan 31st - Feb 3rd

    Norðurlandamót í listhlaupi á skautum 2013 
    Competition for skaters in the Nordic Countries: Senior Ladies and Men, Ice Dance, Junior Ladies and Men, Novice Girls and Boys. Senior Men and Ladies are open to all members of ISU.

    Cool for Reykjavik to host an ISU Figure Skating event. And where could be a better place to skate than on Iceland? Nice trip for the competitors

    The Icelandic team
    Senior ladies:
    Guðbjörg Guttormsdóttir
          
    Junior ladies:
    Agnes Dís Brynjarsdóttir
    Júlía Grétarsdóttir
    Nadia Margrét Jamchi
    Vala Rún B. Magnúsdóttir

    Novice girls:
    Elísabet Ingibjörg Sævarsdóttir
    Hrafnhildur Ósk Birgisdóttir
    Kristín Valdís Örnólfsdóttir
    Þuríður Björg Björgvinsdóttir
     
    Substitute Novice girls:
    Sara Júlía Baldvinsdóttir 

    Coaches: 
    Clair Wileman
    Nicolay Shashikov
    Iveta Reitmayerova
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    The Swedish team

    Senior men:
    Alexander Majorov, Luleå KK
    Adrian Schultheiss, Lerums KK
    Ondrej Spiegl, Eskilstuna IK

    Substitute 1: Mattias Andersson, Lerums KK
    Substitute 2: Mikael Neuman, Malmö KK
    Substitute 3: Bertil Skeppar, Luleå KK

    Senior ladies:
    Joshi Helgesson, Tibro KK
    Viktoria Helgesson, Tibro KK
    Isabelle Olsson, Mörrums KK

    Substitute: Linnea Mellgren, Enköpings KK

    Junior men:
    Marcus Björk, Malmö KK
    John Olof Hallman, Landvetter KK
    Nicky Obreykov, KK i Sollentuna

    Junior Ladies:
    Felicia Andersson, Skövde KK
    Rebecka Emanuelsson, Drevvikens KA
    Elin Hallberg, Uddevalla KF
    Josefin Taljegård, Göteborgs KK

    Substitute 1: Natasja Remstedt, Landvetter KK
    Substitute 2: Gabriella Josefsson, Landvetter KK

    Novice boys:
    Gabriel Folkesson, Malmö KK
    Mikael Nordebäck, Stockholms KK
    Ilya Solomin, Solna SK
    Mandus Thorman, Mörrums KK

    Novice girls:
    Victoria Englund, Tibro KK
    Louise Jensen, Tibro KK
    Anastasia Schneider, Solna SK
    Salianna Öztürk, Mörrums KK

    Substitute 1: Lydia Bruhn, Örnsköldsviks KK
    Substitute 2: Matilda Algotsson, Solna SK

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    Too cool that it is in Iceland!

    AFAIR, Iceland had 2 jr girls on the JGP this year.
    Julia GRETARSDOTTIR
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00034233.htm

    and

    Vala Run Magnusdottir

    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00054233.htm

    So I assume they will compete. I haven't seen any ISU bios for men, dance or pairs, though for Iceland.

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    We were in iceland for 3 and a half weeks and it was INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love that island! Folks, save your money for a trip of a lifetime!! They're great swimmers, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by senatormls View Post
    We were in iceland for 3 and a half weeks and it was INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love that island! Folks, save your money for a trip of a lifetime!!
    I bet It's on my list.

    Quote Originally Posted by senatormls View Post
    They're great swimmers, too!
    Yes, and good at handball. Men's silver at Olympics in 2008. Not bad for a nation with 320 000 people.


    The Norwegian team:

    Senior ladies:
    Anne Line Gjersem
    Camilla Gjersem
    Anine Rabe

    Junior men:
    Sondre Oddvoll Bøe
          
    Junior ladies:
    Heidi Lillesæther
    Jamima Rasmuss

    Novice girls:
    Sine Marie Leite
    Ellen Yu
    Juni Marie Benjaminsen
    Madeleine Lidholm Torgersen

    Team leader:
    Anna Pushkova

    Coaches: 
    Berit Steigedal
    Marek Chrolenko
    Ela Magnusson

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    Live stream.

    Saturday 2 Feb
    Advanced novice girls FS 13.20 GMT
    Junior men 16.30 FS GMT
    Senior men 18.00 FS GMT

    Sunday 3 Feb

    Junior ladies 10.04 FS GMT
    Senior ladies 13.20 FS GMT

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    I see Efimenko bombed Juniors. :/

    Nice to see all the Icelandic girls going for 2a. And Magnusdottir landed two of them in the FS! I think she's the first Icelandic skater to do so?

    Decent jumping content from top 3, even if with mistakes. Saarinen seems really promising on paper anyway.

    I see Majorov's younger brother didn't compete in Men. Injury? Not skating any more?

    In Senior Ladies sadly a number of mistakes from both Helgessons but Anita Madsen is ON THE ROLL! Two clean programs! Wow. She was awesome at Euros and I hope she skates even better at Worlds.

    They should really try to replace her 2lutz/2toe/2toe with a second triple toe or salchow. More points but more importantly psychologically will make a big difference to the judges.

    Milevskaia seemed promising once but really bombed both programs here. :(

    Araza seemed really promising in Juniors but sadly his Senior performances here didn't live up to that.

    I'm also bummed for Harry Mattick. Delivered a clean SP but fell four times in the FS. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post

    Nice to see all the Icelandic girls going for 2a. And Magnusdottir landed two of them in the FS! I think she's the first Icelandic skater to do so?
    It might be the first for her in competition but Agnes Dis has been doing two 2A very consistently for the past year starting with the last Nordics 2012 in Finland. She is a regular jumping bean but not very stable spins. Agnes has also been the closest to a triple.

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