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    News Russian team for Jr Worlds

    http://fsrussia.ru/news/442_sostav-s...redi-yuniorov/

    Junior Ladies
    Elena RADIONOVA
    Julia LIPNITSKAIA
    Anna POGORILAYA

    Junior Men
    Mikhail KOLYADA
    Alexander SAMARIN

    Junior Pairs
    Lina FEDOROVA / Maxim MIROSHKIN
    Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV
    Kamila GAINETDINOVA / Ivan BICH

    Junior Ice Dance
    Valeria ZENKOVA / Valerie SINITSIN
    Evgenia KOSIGINA / Nikolai MOROSHKIN
    Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN

    Except Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN (who are in the team as JGP Final Gold Medalists, they did not need to qualify) - all are the best of Junior Nationals.

    Medalists of JGP and GP(Lipnitskaia) Events - 8 of 11, JGP finalists and qualified to GP Final - 7 of 11, three gold medalists of JGP Final.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    http://fsrussia.ru/news/442_sostav-s...redi-yuniorov/

    Junior Ladies
    Elena RADIONOVA
    Julia LIPNITSKAIA
    Anna POGORILAYA

    Junior Men
    Mikhail KOLYADA
    Alexander SAMARIN

    Junior Pairs
    Lina FEDOROVA / Maxim MIROSHKIN
    Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV
    Kamila GAINETDINOVA / Ivan BICH

    Junior Ice Dance
    Valeria ZENKOVA / Valerie SINITSIN
    Evgenia KOSIGINA / Nikolai MOROSHKIN
    Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN

    Except Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN (who are in the team as JGP Final Gold Medalists, they did not need to qualify) - all are the best of Junior Nationals.

    Medalists of JGP and GP(Lipnitskaia) Events - 8 of 11, JGP finalists and qualified to GP Final - 7 of 11, three gold medalists of JGP Final.

    No Kovtun. I guess he's going to senior worlds.

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    That would be my conclusion.

    Did they list any alternates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Did they list any alternates?
    No. We will see substitutes only at ISU site.

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    Kolyada

    there goes the 3 spots way
    Samarin and Petrov would have secured 3 spots.

    Kolyada is like Artur Dmitriev jr. last year
    has terrible internationals performance
    I am almost certain he will fall 1 time in SP, and 2 times in LP

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    Wow... you're quite optimistic aren't you?

    The russian team is absolutely amazing. Nevertheless, I will miss Davankova & Deputat and Yanovskaya & Mozgov.

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    The assumption I suppose is that Kovtun is going to Senior Worlds, but as there is no Senior team listed I wonder if they're just waiting for this Russian Cup thing, and if in the unlikely event they decide Menshov should go to Worlds, Kolyada or someone would be swapped out for Kovtun.

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    Kovtun will surely go Senior Worlds.

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    Kolyada did do poorly at senior nationals but jr nationals was so much better like jr gp. Seems like a good pair in mens. With kovtun 99% going to sr worlds looks like russia could go 3/4 with mens being weakest but still not bad.

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    I hoped to see Vasilisa/Andrei at Jr.Worlds, but they aren't included in the list:( I will miss them. I hope they'll be back next season and without any injuries

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikiandorocks View Post
    Nevertheless, I will miss Davankova & Deputat and Yanovskaya & Mozgov.
    Davankova - injury.

    Yanovskaya & Mozgov were 3rd. Qualified only two first places plus JGPF Gold Medalists.

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    Are Yanovskaya & Mozgov eligible for juniors next year? I seem to remember that....I hope they will be back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Are Yanovskaya & Mozgov eligible for juniors next year?
    Yes. She is 23 Now 1996, he 10 Mar 1995.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    Kolyada did do poorly at senior nationals but jr nationals was so much better like jr gp. Seems like a good pair in mens. With kovtun 99% going to sr worlds looks like russia could go 3/4 with mens being weakest but still not bad.
    of course the junior men is the weakest and with Kolyada in, the hope of securing a 3rd spot for next season is almost gone
    something Petrov would have done placed higher, Samarin will probably be in Top 5 with Kolyada somewhere in 13-17th place like Dmitriev Jr. last season

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    of course the junior men is the weakest and with Kolyada in, the hope of securing a 3rd spot for next season is almost gone
    something Petrov would have done placed higher, Samarin will probably be in Top 5 with Kolyada somewhere in 13-17th place like Dmitriev Jr. last season
    Dmitriev Jr had many more competitions where he would do well in LP after doing poorly in SP. There are several more consistent performances from Kolyada. You can look at the sr russian nationals and say he couldnt' even deal with the presure of senior russian nationals but he has some good qualities.

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