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    Alexander Samarin


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    Russian figure skater Alexander Samarin (Russian: Александр Самарин) was born on 15 June 1998 in Moscow. As of 2016, he is a five-time medalist on the JGP series and a three-time Russian Junior National medalist.

    A late bloomer but has a chance to medal in junior worlds and end his junior career on a high note.

    wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Samarin
    isu http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013646.htm
    fskate http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/445.html
    instagram https://www.instagram.com/alexander.samarin/
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    Sasha with Dima after SP at junior worlds

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BDBU3wDR...=mihail_sharov

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    He needs a new coach and better coach. Needs a coach who can work with him better and how to do free skates.

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    To be fair, he did improve quite a bit from last year's junior worlds. And it must really suck to be just a sliver away from the bronze after being in 2nd after the SP.

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    PCS was not as good as it should have been. He needs to go to a place where coaches respect pcs.

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    I like his style. In practice and in SP he has huge perfect jumps. I hope he can handle his nerve.

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    gahh, almost got a medal

    shame about the fall, he would have medaled for sure

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    Has he said anything about moving to seniors for next season?

    He most likely will but has there been a confirmation for this?

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    New interview.

    http://www.fsrussia.ru/intervyu/2223...-startakh.html

    I am bit surprised that he will still attend to the JGP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    New interview.

    http://www.fsrussia.ru/intervyu/2223...-startakh.html

    I am bit surprised that he will still attend to the JGP.
    strange indeed, Samarin will be turning 18,
    even his younger batch mates like Sota, Denis, Daniel and Nathan have now switched to seniors.

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    I am surprised too. 5 seasons on the JGP circuit is a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adelia View Post
    I am surprised too. 5 seasons on the JGP circuit is a lot.
    an 18 year old young adult; seems like he's been forever in the JGP circuit
    maybe he can finally win gold now with no other main competitors ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sneakers View Post
    maybe he can finally win gold now with no other main competitors ?
    In all honesty, that is possibly what his coaches are thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adelia View Post
    In all honesty, that is possibly what his coaches are thinking.
    Surely one would expect that Samarin and Aliev would be the two main contenders for gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    Surely one would expect that Samarin and Aliev would be the two main contenders for gold.
    well there is the Korean debutante and he got great score in his junior worlds debut
    also Gumennik could be a contender if he gets a stable 3A

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