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    Russian Nationals Younger Age (Zhuk Memorial)

    19-23 Mar 2013, Stary Oskol

    http://fsrussia.ru/lib/89_pervenstvo-ml-vozrast-2013/ - Schedule (time Moscow)
    http://yatv.ru/FSRussiaRu/ Live Stream
    http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1213/zhuk2013/index.htm - Online Results (often Offline, only after the skating)
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    Boys, girls.
    Elder age - born at 2000-2001. Elements, SP, FS. Junior Program.
    Younger age - born at 2002 and younger. Elements, SP, FS. Novice Program.

    Elements are - one jump (performed twice, jumps may be different of the same, scored is best result - for example first may be 3F< with fall, second 2Lz, scored is that of two jumps that had higher score), one Combo of two jumps (performed twice, combos also may be different or the same, scored is best result), one spin, one StSq. Score of Elements is twiced and added to SP and FS score.
    Famous coach Stanislav Zhuk tested skaters by this set of elements.

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    Girls Elder age, Elements.
    First two (Proklova born 05 Apr 2000, Kolomiets born 06 Aug 2000) landed 3Lz+3T.
    Third place (Yuschenko born 06 Jan 2000) landed 3F+3T.

    Spins 4 Level. StSq 2 or 3 Level.

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    Thanks for explaining how this competition works, AlexRus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Girls Elder age, Elements.
    First two (Proklova born 05 Apr 2000, Kolomiets born 06 Aug 2000) landed 3Lz+3T.
    Third place (Yuschenko born 06 Jan 2000) landed 3F+3T.

    Spins 4 Level. StSq 2 or 3 Level.
    It is so depressing that some of those girls won't be able to go the main ISU competition. So sad! Can't they all find some ex Soviet country to skate for? Why do they have to all skate for Russia? Can you imagine the level of skating at Europeans if there was some 10 girls like that, instead of only 3 for Russia?

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    Thank you Alex. Do you know if we can watch recorded videos? Unfortunately, the live streaming does not work for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evgenia View Post
    Thank you Alex. Do you know if we can watch recorded videos? Unfortunately, the live streaming does not work for now
    I don't know. No records at "live stream" site, nobody (afaik) makes video.

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    Results.
    Place is on Total Score, including Elements.
    Score is only SP and FS, to be comparable with other competitions.
    Because score is SP+FS, ti may be lower at higher place, which is by EL+SP+FS.
    Top ten of 22 to 26 participants.

    Younger Girls.
    FPl. Name Region Points EL FS SP
    1 Valeria Evseeva Moscow 144,06 2 1 2
    2 Anastasia Gubanova StPetersburg 138,96 3 5 1
    3 Alina Solovieva Moscow 132,16 4 3 4
    4 Ekateina Mitrofanova Moscow 123,00 1 11 3
    5 Valeria Mikhailova Moscow 121,57 5 2 6
    6 Ekaterina Ryabova Moscow 110,15 6 4 11
    7 Elizaveta Nugumanova StPetersburg 116,19 12 6 5
    8 Maya Smirnova StPetersburg 104,11 7 10 9
    9 Alisa Lozko Udmurtia 106,71 10 8 7
    10 Elisaveta Kozlova Moscow 103,10 8 9 12

    Younger Boys
    FPl. Name Region Points EL FS SP
    1 Petr Gumennik StPteresburg 146.46 1 1 1
    2 Gleb Ivanov StPteresburg 132.26 2 2 2
    3 Georgiy Kunitsa Moscow 123.15 10 10 3
    4 Eugeniy Semenenko StPteresburg 118.60 3 4 5
    5 Andrey Petrenko StPteresburg 119.92 5 5 4
    6 Artyom Frolov Moscow 115.91 6 3 13
    7 Ilya Mayorov MoscowDistrict 114.23 6 8 9
    8 Kirill Yakovlev Moscow 114.14 8 12 7
    9 Ilya Skirda Moscow 112.62 4 11 12
    10 Mikhail Zotov 114.28 11 6 11

    Elder Girls
    FPl. Name Region Points EL FS SP
    1 Alexandra Proklova Moscow 171,45 1 1 3
    2 Natalia Ogoreltseva Udmurtia 173,01 5 2 1
    3 Anastasia Kolomiets StPteresburg 168,39 2 3 4
    4 Elizaveta Yuschenko Moscow 164,04 3 4 2
    5 Elizabeth Tursynbaeva Moscow 153,50 4 5 5
    6 Ekaterina Vysotina StPteresburg 135,07 6 13 6
    7 Alexandrina Degtyareva StPteresburg 138,35 10 6 10
    8 Polina Tsurskaya Omsk 134,30 9 10 7
    9 Elizaveta Martynova StPteresburg 133,21 7 8 11
    10 Sofia Istomina Moscow 130,87 12 12 8

    Elder Boys
    FPl. Name Region Points EL FS SP
    1 Alexey Krasnozhon StPteresburg 191.56 1 1 2
    2 Stanislav Andryunin Moscow 191.91 2 2 1
    3 Daniil Bernadiner Moscow 178.50 4 3 3
    4 Makar Ignatov StPteresburg 161.67 3 5 5
    5 Pavel Yuferov StPteresburg 162.20 6 4 7
    6 Egor Murashev Moscow 160.26 8 6 4
    7 Maxim Fedotov Moscow 153.25 6 8 6
    8 Dmitry Shutkov StPteresburg 150.60 5 9 8
    9 Alexey Simonov StPteresburg 140.71 9 10 9
    10 Ilya Kalashnikov Belgorod 138.22 13 13 10

    We see:
    1. Ogoreltseva restored!
    2. Almost all leaders (Top Ten) are from Moscow and StPetersburg (Ogoreltseva in fact practices at StPetersburg).
    3. Inflation of score is about 10 points with respect to JGP. So we see high level.
    4. Best Elder Girls (Sakhanovich, Sotskova) did not take place. Medvedeva too (she is 2nd half 1999, i.e. too old for this competition). So real level of newcomers to JGP season 2013/2014 is even higher.

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