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    Ivett Tóth

    Ivett Tóth (born 20 December 1998) is a Hungarian figure skater. She is the 2014 Ice Challenge bronze medalist and a three-time Hungarian national champion. She has qualified for the free skate at three ISU Championships.


    Biographical Profiles;

    Wikipedia Page : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivett_T%C3%B3th

    ISU Page : http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00054361.htm

    Tracings.Net : http://tracings.net/toth-ivet.html

    Stats on Ice : https://www.statsonice.com/skater/Ivett/Toth/

    Social Network;

    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Ivett-Toth-320073478152137/

    Personal Best Scores;
    Short Program : 55.54 , ISU European Championships 2016
    Free Program : 103.72 , ISU World Junior Championships 2016
    Total Score 153.70 , ISU World Junior Championships 2016

    Programs;

    2015–2016 Season
    SP : Legend of Two Old Guys With a Mustache by Iiro Rantala, I Say a Little Prayer performed by Aretha Franklin choreo. by Júlia Gór-Sebestyén
    LP : Beyond by William Joseph , Esperanza by Maxime Rodriguez , Spanish Tango (from The Mask of Zorro) by James Horner choreo. by Júlia Gór-Sebestyén
    EX : Love Never Felt So Good by Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake

    2014–2015 Season
    SP : Csárdás
    LP : La leyenda del beso by Raul di Blasio

    2013–2014 Season
    SP : Mohabbatein by Jatin Lalit
    LP : La leyenda del beso by Raul di Blasio

    2012–2013 Season
    SP : Mohabbatein by Jatin Lalit
    LP : Barcelona by John Tesh


    Competition Results and Videos


    Competition SP FP Overall Gala
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    2015-2016 Season
    2016 World Championships 28 47,92
    2016 World Junior Championships 15 49.98 7 103.72 8 153.70 (X)
    2016 Hellmut Seibt Memorial 1 58.93 3 93.04 2 151.43
    2016 European Championships 10 55.54 12 95.11 11 150.65
    2015 Four National Championships 2 53.19 2 104.69 2 157.88
    Santa Claus Cup 2015 5 44.24 2 92.55 2 136.79
    Ice Challenge 2015 (CS) 4 54.89 5 95.26 5 150.15
    ISU JGP Croatia Cup 2015 4 53.39 8 85.31 6 138.70
    ISU JGP Cup of Austria 7 46.76 10 83.78 8 130.54
    2014-2015 Season
    2015 World Championship 26 43.47 - - 26
    2015 World Junior Championships 28 44.03 - - 28
    Dragon Trophy 2015 3 45.44 2 84.75 2 130.19
    2015 European Championships 33 39.16 - - 33
    2014 Four National Championships 3 47.85 2 98.36 2 146.21
    Santa Claus Cup 2014 1 48.85 1 101.52 1 150.37
    Ice Challenge 2014 2 54.41 4 97.77 3 152.18
    7th Tirnavia Edea Ice Cup 1 48.83 1 92.76 1 141.59
    ISU JGP Croatia Cup 2014 7 48.27 11 79.10 8 127.37
    ISU JGP Czech Skate 9 46.74 12 78.55 11 125.29
    2013-2014 Season
    2014 World Junior Championships 31 38.85 - - 31
    Heiko Fischer Cup 2014 1 44.59 1 75.58 1 120.17
    2013 Four Nationals Championships 5 44.11 4 86.96 4 131.07
    Santa Claus Cup 2013 1 46.92 1 75.73 1 122.65
    Skate Celje 2013 1 44.11 5 70.93 3 115.04
    ISU JGP Tallinn Cup 2013 17 35.93 7 90.72 13 126.65
    ISU JGP Minsk 2013 16 40.20 13 76.92 15 117.12
    2012-2013 Season
    2013 World Junior Championships 17 46.02 20 67.32 21 113.34
    Sportland Trophy 2013 1 50.45 1 88.39 1 138.34
    2013 Hungarian Junior National Championships 1 49.99 1 86.92 1 136.91
    Santa Claus Cup 2012 6 36.74 2 75.24 2 111.98
    Golden Bear Trophy 2012 1 47.11 2 75.68 1 122.79
    ISU JGP Sencila Bled Cup 2012 17 36.89 13 73.79 14 110.28
    2011-2012 Season
    2012 Hungarian Novice National Championships 2 41.11 1 63.74 1 104.85
    Santa Claus Cup 2011 1 39.76 5 51.42 3 91.18
    Tirnavia Cup 2011 1 37.19 1 61.49 1 98.68
    2010-2011 Season
    2011 Hungarian Novice National Championships 1 34.27 1 59.87 1 94.14
    Santa Claus Cup 2010 2 33.09 2 52.87 2 85.96
    Ice Challenge 2010 5 31.14 15 40.09 11 71.23
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    Thanks matmuh! Good luck to Ivett at Worlds!

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    Her coach is Júlia Sebestyén. Klára Engi ( ice dancer, Klára Engi/ Attila Tóth. Attila Tóth and Ivett Tóth aren't related to each other) helps to Júlia.
    Last edited by plushyfan; 03-25-2016 at 12:13 PM.

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    I was hoping someone would start a thread for her! She's one of my favorite European girls.

    Here's a short interview with her at Junior Worlds:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmniAc5uHuQ

    And a longer tv interview...plushyfan, do you mind translating?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xj8vgrwdVc4

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverfoxes View Post
    I was hoping someone would start a thread for her! She's one of my favorite European girls.

    Here's a short interview with her at Junior Worlds:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmniAc5uHuQ

    And a longer tv interview...plushyfan, do you mind translating?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xj8vgrwdVc4
    Yes, tomorrow

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    i didnt want to gush about how much i like her at 1st post so here i go. I REALLY LIKE HER!! and i think she has everything to be a podium contender, big jumps and great preence on the ice and i really love her spins and speed she has, she tends to pop jumps but i believe she will get better once she starts to feel more confident
    i found a video of her and Julia with Ted from last year's JGP (cant believe i didnt see it before, probably too focused on her competition videos ), she is speaking English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNKSLY-l9AM

    and another TV interview waiting for volunteers to be translated https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vfCTJ1eRMs

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    Wow, her English is excellent! I agree that she has a lot of great qualities and excellent musicality - I really enjoy her programs. It's never easy for the smaller fed skaters to break through, but she is young and has so much potential, so let's hope...

    And here's one more long interview that came up in my Youtube recs (don't worry plushyfan, you don't have to translate them all but we are very lucky to have you here!)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aex7kW_NSA

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xj8vgrwdVc4

    Ivett was 11th at ECH 2016 but she was 33rd in last year at ECH. The reporter congratulated her and asked how could she improve so much in one year.
    Ivett said he changed her coach, they worked so much. Ivett is strong in jumps, she knows five types triples. She improved in spins and her footworks became 3rd level. Her favorite jumps are 2A, and 3Lz.

    She talked about the plans of future.
    JWCH: She is happy because she will perform in front of the home crowd.
    WCH Boston her main goal to perform the LP.

    nothing interesting...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmniAc5uHuQ

    At JWCH after her good SP. She was the latest skater in SP . The reporter asked her this was good or not for her? She said that is not problem, she learned to handle such things. She had two goals:

    1. to skate in the finale
    2. to skate her best

    She achieved the first goal, but she can improve in LP skate because she jumped 3-2 instead of 3-3 and did a mistake in solo triple. She hopes she will skate a better program next day.

    Júlia Sebestyén: She is proud of Ivett, because it is hard to skate in front of the home crowd. She also said Ivett can improve in the LP. They are satesfied because Ivett was 28th in last year at JWCH.
    Last edited by plushyfan; 03-26-2016 at 01:01 PM.

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    Ivett always makes me think of Ziggy. He first pointed her out as one to watch when she made her JGP debut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Ivett always makes me think of Ziggy. He first pointed her out as one to watch when she made her JGP debut.
    i never saw his posts since i started following FS after Sochi but i heard his name mentioned couple of times, he sounds like forward looking person

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    so excited for Ivett!! according to Jackie Wong she did couple of clean 3T3T!! i hope she will make it to LP this year!
    Jackie's practice report from yesterday: : 3T3T, 3T3T, 3T3T, SP runthru (3Tfall, 2Lz, 3T3T),
    and i read on twitter from couple of users that she is lovely to watch which i completely agree!!!
    Good Luck Ivett!!!

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    Thank you so much for starting this thread. I was thinking of that myself but felt guilty that I do not give enough time to the threads I have already started.

    I never saw Ivett before the Euros in Bratislava but she just won my heart there. She looks so well on the ice like she was born to be a skater. Her potential is very good and she is lucky to find a first class coach in her own country so doesn't need to leave home. I think Julia & Ivett make a great team and I wish them a success with all my heart!

    Good luck Ivett for tomorrow!!!!!

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    News Ivett at Worlds I

    Ivett will start in group three, as the final skater.

    13:45:00 - 13:52:00 Warm-up Group 3
    13:52:30 - 13:59:00 11 Aleksandra GOLOVKINA LTU
    13:59:00 - 14:05:30 12 Sonia LAFUENTE ESP
    14:05:30 - 14:12:00 13 Anna KHNYCHENKOVA UKR
    14:12:00 - 14:18:30 14 Nathalie WEINZIERL GER
    14:18:30 - 14:25:00 15 Ivett TOTH HUN



    Her PPC´s

    1 3T+3T

    2 3Lz

    3 LSp

    4 2A

    5 FSSp

    6 StSq

    7 CCoSp3p

    Best of luck, young lady

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    so, worlds didnt go as planned for Ivett but she was smiling regardless of how she performed and thats what matter, its all about experience, she is still young and has bright future ahead of her!
    here is her SP : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkiEjPMDwcg; Nicky really likes her!
    and here are some photos from her fb

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    I've only been starting to post since a month or so and I haven't seen that a topic was made for Ivett. Thank you matmuh!

    I'm an another Hungarian fan of her, so feel free to post anything which is needed to be translated.

    Quote Originally Posted by matmuh View Post
    so, worlds didnt go as planned for Ivett but she was smiling regardless of how she performed and thats what matter, its all about experience, she is still young and has bright future ahead of her!
    here is her SP : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkiEjPMDwcg; Nicky really likes her!
    and here are some photos from her fb
    I absolutely liked her positive attitude at Worlds. She has a really long season behind her and I know that - regardless that she couldn't qualify for the FS - she is satisfied and happy because she had many successful competitions and gained lots of experience as well.

    Now, as far as I know, she is preparing for her A-level exams which will start just in a month. Fingers crossed, Ivett!
    Last edited by sallycinnamon; 04-06-2016 at 05:55 AM.

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