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    No B/L at Euros :(
    At least I ll see Adams Family

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    We need to hold this competition before anyone else crashes out!

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    Sorry to hear about Yuri's injury but I'm glad we will get to see S/K's awesome programs.

    Quote Originally Posted by mousepotato View Post
    A good chance? Do you really think S/K or the Italians would beat them?
    Given how K/S have skated so far this season, it's not impossible.

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    Darn, just heard about Vera and Yuri. I hope Yuri is recovered and healthy for Worlds.

    Article from IN:

    http://web.icenetwork.com/news/artic...&vkey=ice_news
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Given how K/S have skated so far this season, it's not impossible.
    K/S have 1 gold medal in France, 1 silver medal in China, a trip to the Grand Prix Final not to mention beating them at nationals; what exactly has S/K done so far this season? Let's compare the two....

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    So sad to see no Belgian entry in Men :( Guess Jorik's broken ankle ruined his preparation time. I'm pretty sure he's back on the ice now.

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    Is Ira Vannut still recovering from injury or has she retired? :/

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    Team Russia, VolTran including, as well as RusFed officials are stuck in Budapest airport because Zagreb denied the permission to land- zero visibility due to bad weather. It might affect the schedule parctice for some skaters.

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    Btw, speaking about VolTran, I don't know if it were mentioned anywhere, but yesterday on Jan 20th Max's father suddenly died at the age of 62 in his home town. Maxim decided to attent Euros nevertheless, where he will compete on Jan 23 and 24. Soon after he will fly back to Russia to attend the dad's funeral that is put on hold until the son's arrival. R.I.P. http://vk.com/photo5561231_191980812

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    Team Russia, VolTran including, as well as RusFed officials are stuck in Budapest airport because Zagreb denied the permission to land- zero visibility due to bad weather. It might affect the schedule parctice for some skaters.
    In Budapest are VolTran, Sotnikova, Kovtun, some coaches, General Director of RusFed Valentin Piseev. http://rsport.ru/figure_skating/20130121/641023378.html (Russian)

    Piseev told that Trankov's solution to compete despite father's death is his (Trankov's) own solution. http://rsport.ru/figure_skating/20130121/641031809.html (Russian)

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    Voronov is also there, TAT... Where is Plu? There was info that he is getting via Zurich but why should it matter if Zagreb airport is closed for all flights.

    They are now considering a transit go "by land" if it's possible.....

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    They report that Russian team will probably transfer with car from there, and other flights have diverted to Vienna, it is 3-4 hours by car.

    I m sorry for Trankov news..

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    Few minutes ago landed in Zagreb plane from Vienna with skaters and coaches, who started from StPetersburg.

    Pluschenko, Kavaguti-Smirnov, Stolbova-Klimov, Tuktamysheva, Gosviani etc.

    Zagreb Airport http://www.zagreb-airport.hr/ - click Arrivals, Flight No SU 2040 from MOSKVA - skaters, coaches, officials from Moscow.
    Time Zagreb UTC+1.
    Last edited by AlexRus; 01-21-2013 at 12:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Few minutes ago landed in Zagreb plane from Vienna with skaters and coaches, who started from StPetersburg.

    Pluschenko, Kavaguti-Smirnov, Stolbova-Klimov, Tuktamysheva, Gosviani etc.

    Zagreb Airport http://www.zagreb-airport.hr/ - click Arrivals, Flight No SU 2040 from MOSKVA - skaters, coaches, officials from Moscow.
    Time Zagreb UTC+1.
    The website says it's delayed so I'm not sure if they are there or not. I could have read it wrong though.

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