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    JGP Baltic Cup 2013 Entries are up

    http://www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent00051460.htm

    Junior Men (interesting)
    Nam NGUYEN CAN
    He ZHANG CHN
    Sei KAWAHARA JPN
    Shu NAKAMURA JPN
    Dong-Won LEE KOR
    Alexander PETROV RUS
    Adian PITKEEV RUS
    Brian KRENTZ USA
    Jordan MOELLER USA

    Junior Ladies (interesting)
    Gabrielle DALEMAN CAN
    Lena MARROCCO FRA (she has not GP Event TEB because of Meite, Silete, Gilleron-Gorry, so has JGP)
    Miyabi OBA JPN
    Na Hyun KIM KOR
    Evgenia MEDVEDEVA RUS
    Alexandra PROKLOVA RUS
    Yasmin SIRAJ USA
    Angela WANG USA (changed from JGP 1 to JGP 4)
    Underlined Ladies who may pretend to medal.

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    Yasmin Siraj again?! I don't understand why the US federation likes her so much...

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    I think the US entries at this point may just be placeholders, and are very likely to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissIzzy View Post
    I think the US entries at this point may just be placeholders, and are very likely to change.
    All US entries are placeholders and may be changed.

    Real assignments are here http://www.usfsa.org/Athletes.asp?id=216 (no assignments yet to this Event), but they also may be changed on results of previous Events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Yasmin Siraj again?! I don't understand why the US federation likes her so much...
    She was 6th at US SrNats-2013, ahead Cesario, Nagasu, Wang.

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    Hope Daleman gets a medal, she is great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    She was 6th at US SrNats-2013, ahead Cesario, Nagasu, Wang.
    I know, but she didn't look strong at all at her summer competitions: the most difficult combo she can do (at the moment) is 3T+3T, and she doesn't have stable 3F/3Lz (most of the times UR or two-footed), she SOMETIMES has good programs (like Nationals), but she isn't really a solid skater that can compete with Chen/Medvedeva/other Russian girls at the moment... I still think that Wang would be a better choice for JGP1: at least she's a better reputation and attempts more difficult programs...

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    Siraj is a non factor like Keiser and Cain
    looks like a very good event for Petrov and Medvedeva to really shine

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    Siraj has been replaced by mariah Bell doing her 2 JGP event, after medaling in mexico

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    My guess for the ladies:

    1. Evegenia Medvedeva
    2, 3 & 4. Angela Wang, Mariah Bell or Gabrielle Daleman (in any order)
    5. Miyabi Oba
    6. Na-Hyun Kim

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    seems Petrov have little competition in the boys
    maybe Pitkeev if he lands all his 3Axels and He Zhang if he lands his quads

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    Just saw a skater Christina Rae YAN on the list representing China. Any information on her? ISU bio shows she is from Canada and I never saw this skater skating anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippomoomin View Post
    Just saw a skater Christina Rae YAN on the list representing China. Any information on her? ISU bio shows she is from Canada and I never saw this skater skating anywhere.
    Apparently, she was born in Toronto, Canada and trains in both Canada and China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippomoomin View Post
    Just saw a skater Christina Rae YAN on the list representing China. Any information on her? ISU bio shows she is from Canada and I never saw this skater skating anywhere.
    It is an error.

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    Wonder why Russia, in all their rearranging, didn't end up with a second skater at this event (with Proklova now at Czech Skate)

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