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Thread: 2013 Triglav Trophy ( March 27-31)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Wow! Clean skate with all level 4s!! The PCS is still low, though...
    Judges usually give low PCS to junior skaters, so I think she can receive 27~28 for her PCS at senior GP next season(if she wants to compete there) if she skates clean.

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    Junior Ladies SP

    1 Elena RADIONOVA RUS 62.34 - 3lz-3t, 3f, 2a
    2 Yura MATSUDA JPN 49.58
    3 Melisa Sema ATIK TUR 39.83
    4 Krista PITKINIEMI FIN 34.75
    5 Saara TAMMINEN FIN 34.65
    6 Petra JURIC CRO 30.90
    7 Selin HAFIZOGLU TUR 29.58
    8 Naja FERKOV SLO 29.42
    9 Valentina MIKAC CRO 28.64
    10 Zala Linea RUTAR SLO 28.61
    11 Hannah RAHMAN GBR 27.92
    12 Michelle CALLISON GBR 27.72

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    Gachinski is an embarassment might as well retire,
    a 13 year old Petrov had his score competed in Seniors his 66+ score would have been close to Gachinski's 70+ SP

    1 Artur GACHINSKI RUS 71.64
    2 Abzal RAKIMGALIYEV KAZ 67.08
    3 Daisuke MURAKAMI JPN 66.69
    4 Akio SASAKI JPN 66.25
    5 Osman AKGAN TUR 51.36
    6 Maurizio ZANDRON ITA 49.08
    7 Severin KIEFER AUT 47.49
    8 Manuel KOLL AUT 44.80
    9 Kevin ALVES BRA 42.34
    10 Josip GLUHAK CRO 41.96
    11 Fabriczio CARRILLO MEX 40.83

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Gachinski is an embarassment might as well retire,
    a 13 year old Petrov had his score competed in Seniors his 66+ score would have been close to Gachinski's 70+ SP

    1 Artur GACHINSKI RUS 71.64
    Petrov and Radionova have higher TES than Gachinski.
    How good for Juniors, how bad for Senior Man.

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    Junior Ladies SP

    1 Elena RADIONOVA RUS 62.34 - 3lz-3t, 3f, 2a
    Predictable, yes?

    Quote Originally Posted by vera01 View Post
    Wow, Radionova's score is quite high-higher than Mao/Akiko/Gracie/Adelina's SP score at Worlds.
    Past season Radionova at Triglav Trophy in Novice had TES both SP and FS higher than Technical Minimum for Worlds (Ladies).
    Now at Juniors he has TES higher than Men's Technical Minimum for Worlds.

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    Gachinski had two mistakes - 3/2 and a spin that didn't count. with him competing in senior men for Russia that's still good because he also did 3a and 4t. Like sure japan or Canada retirement might make sense but this is Russia so here's no reason. The standard is so low. Look who Russia sent to worlds someone who did a 3t-1t in the short! And at euros did a double axel in the sp!! So if kovtun is Being sent to worlds with 3t-1t combos gachinski has no reason to stop!

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    Senior Ladies SP

    1 Nikol GOSVIANI RUS 57.73
    2 Miyabi OBA JPN 54.63
    3 Polina AGAFONOVA RUS 50.49
    4 Francesca RIO ITA 43.24
    5 Ilaria NOGARO ITA 39.34
    6 Birce ATABEY TUR 37.94
    7 Lejeanne MARAIS RSA 37.27
    8 Eliska BREZINOVA CZE 37.15
    9 Alexandra KUNOVA SVK 34.81
    10 Clara PETERS IRL 34.17
    11 Isabelle PIEMAN BEL 31.69

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Gachinski is an embarassment might as well retire,
    Honestly? I don't know why you get your rocks off criticizing teenagers to this level. First you were harping on him because he hasn't landed a quad in a while, he goes out and lands not only a quad but a +GOE 3A and a 3Lz-2T and now you're moaning that he didn't score high enough, like every other skater is so perfect. He landed all of his jumps which hasn't happened in a long time so I'm going to be freaking happy for him, and I'm not going to quibble over his spin because he's hardly the first skater to muff a spin this season and he won't be the last.

    I am very happy for him that he had a relatively good SP and can't wait to see what he throws down in the LP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post


    Past season Radionova at Triglav Trophy in Novice had TES both SP and FS higher than Technical Minimum for Worlds (Ladies).
    Now at Juniors he has TES higher than Men's Technical Minimum for Worlds.
    0_0

    She really is amazing!

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    Radionova never ceases to amaze me with her consistency...how has she not burned out after all those competitions this season?

    And yaay, clean short from Gosviani! And seems like Oba and Agafonova skated well too, landing 3Lo+3T and 3S+3T respectively (Agafonova singled the lutz, but was fine other than that).

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    And to add one note:Radionova received 1.40 GOE for her 3Lz+3T, and that is about high as Yuna's SP 3Lz+3T GOE at 2013 Worlds

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    I noticed also another small talent: the boy who's leading in the Advanced Novice category, Sota Yamamoto; he has a 15 points lead! When all the other boys in this competition are struggling to land the doubles, he landed 3Lz+2T and 3F! I think that 45 is a pretty high score for a Novice boy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by karne View Post
    Honestly? I don't know why you get your rocks off criticizing teenagers to this level. First you were harping on him because he hasn't landed a quad in a while, he goes out and lands not only a quad but a +GOE 3A and a 3Lz-2T and now you're moaning that he didn't score high enough, like every other skater is so perfect. He landed all of his jumps which hasn't happened in a long time so I'm going to be freaking happy for him, and I'm not going to quibble over his spin because he's hardly the first skater to muff a spin this season and he won't be the last.

    I am very happy for him that he had a relatively good SP and can't wait to see what he throws down in the LP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    I noticed also another small talent: the boy who's leading in the Advanced Novice category, Sota Yamamoto; he has a 15 points lead! When all the other boys in this competition are struggling to land the doubles, he landed 3Lz+2T and 3F! I think that 45 is a pretty high score for a Novice boy...
    Advanced Novice Boys
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    1 Sota YAMAMOTO JPN 121.69
    2 James THOMPSON AUS 81.29
    3 Efe GORKMEN TUR 79.80
    4 Joshua BROWN GBR 78.56
    5 Ahmet Anil CETINBAS TUR 68.49
    6 Samuel MC ALLISTER GBR 67.60
    7 Andras SCERNOCH HUN 67.38

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    I noticed also another small talent: the boy who's leading in the Advanced Novice category, Sota Yamamoto; he has a 15 points lead! When all the other boys in this competition are struggling to land the doubles, he landed 3Lz+2T and 3F! I think that 45 is a pretty high score for a Novice boy...
    He did pretty well at junior nationals this season too, he qualified because he won novice nats and he finished in 4th after coming in 11th after the SP. He's definitely one to watch for Japanese men... he's better than Taichi Honda anyway >.>

    Speaking of the Hondas though, Marin did great! She landed two clean lutzes.

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    Junior Boys Freeskate

    1 Alexander PETROV RUS 126.41
    2 Taichi HONDA JPN 102.40
    3 Lewis GIBSON GBR 93.17
    4 Charlie PARRY-EVANS GBR 90.92
    5 Giray SENOL TUR 89.15
    6 Burak DEMIRBOGA TUR 80.60
    7 Giorgio SETTEMBRINI ITA 76.14
    8 Conor STAKELUM IRL 65.03

    good score for Petrov too bad Samarin had to withdrew
    Junior Boys Overall Score:

    1 Alexander PETROV RUS 192.97
    2 Taichi HONDA JPN 153.51
    3 Charlie PARRY-EVANS GBR 139.86
    4 Lewis GIBSON GBR 139.04
    5 Giray SENOL TUR 130.29
    6 Burak DEMIRBOGA TUR 123.97
    7 Giorgio SETTEMBRINI ITA 113.63
    8 Conor STAKELUM IRL 104.86

    Novice Girls Freeskate

    1 Marin HONDA JPN 82.03
    2 Kaori SAKAMOTO JPN 77.51
    3 Viveca LINDFORS FIN 58.44
    4 Laura FACSKA HUN 51.87
    5 Anastasia VAIPAN LAW GBR 51.66
    6 Rebecca GHILARDI ITA 51.00
    7 Marina Elisa ROTA ITA 50.03
    8 Monica LINDFORS FIN 49.86
    9 Ecem ULKER TUR 49.83
    10 Nina POLSAK SLO 49.30
    11 Ekin SAYGI TUR 49.06
    12 Amelia SADLER AUS 48.71
    13 Amelia JACKSON AUS 48.16
    14 Alara TAVARES TUR 47.08
    15 Shannon CARRICK GBR 46.26
    16 Emma CARR AUS 45.03
    17 Nea SMOLEJ SLO 44.87
    18 Zeynep Dilruba SANOGLU TUR 44.44
    19 Jasmine KUUSLA FIN 44.26
    20 Emma IGNATIUS FIN 44.17
    21 Serenay YURDAKUL TUR 43.48
    22 Rebbeca GILLESPIE GBR 42.15
    23 Karolina KUOKKANEN FIN 41.60
    24 Alessandra PONTRELLI ITA 41.46
    25 Zemina SABANOVIC SLO 39.86
    26 Nika JAGODIC SLO 39.33
    27 Kaja GRIL SLO 38.23
    28 Tena COPOR CRO 38.04
    29 Lana PETRANOVIC CRO 37.00
    30 Beatrice CENSI ITA 36.91
    31 Marianna TORRESANI ITA 35.61
    32 Manja KRAIGHER SLO 34.10
    33 Ela MOHORIC SLO 26.73

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