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    Entries for JGP Minsk 2013

    Entries for JGP Minsk 2013

    Skate Canada's assignments:
    http://skatecanada.ca/en-us/athletes...signments.aspx

    Ladies
    • Alaine Chartrand
    • Madelyn Dunley
    Men
    • Roman Sadovsky
    Pair
    • Julianne Séguin/Charlie Bilodeau
    Ice Dance
    • Carolane Soucisse/Simon Tanguay
    • Jessica Jiang/Tyler Miller

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    Julianne Séguin - the same who has 2nd Event (Mexico) in Junior Ladies?

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    Entries are up!
    http://www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent00051463.htm

    We see Elizabet TURZYNBAEVA KAZ, so she exists but not from Russia.

    Two Japanese Ladies - Rika Hongo and Yura Matsuda.

    Davankova/Deputat in Pairs,

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    Miller, finally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Miller, finally!
    Also Rika Hongo, Karen Chen, Yulia Li, Stavitskaia, Tursynbaeva, Chartrand.
    Unpredictable Event - too many good girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Julianne Séguin - the same who has 2nd Event (Mexico) in Junior Ladies?
    The answer is Yes, according to this Skate Canada posting.

    8/29/2013
    Julianne Séguin does double duty on the ISU Junior Grand Prix Circuit
    By: Beverley Smith

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    Now Séguin is one of the busiest skaters around. As a singles skater, she’ll go to the Junior Grand Prix in Mexico City Sept. 4 to 8 (there is no pairs event there), and then with Bilodeau, she’ll skate Junior Grand Prix at Minsk, Belarus on Sept. 25 to 29. Then she’ll head to Ostrava, Czech Republic the very next week to skate both pairs and women’s singles.

    http://skatecanada.ca/AboutUs/NewsDe...S/Default.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden411 View Post
    The answer is Yes, according to this Skate Canada posting.

    8/29/2013
    Julianne Séguin does double duty on the ISU Junior Grand Prix Circuit
    By: Beverley Smith

    Excerpt:
    Now Séguin is one of the busiest skaters around. As a singles skater, she’ll go to the Junior Grand Prix in Mexico City Sept. 4 to 8 (there is no pairs event there), and then with Bilodeau, she’ll skate Junior Grand Prix at Minsk, Belarus on Sept. 25 to 29. Then she’ll head to Ostrava, Czech Republic the very next week to skate both pairs and women’s singles.

    http://skatecanada.ca/AboutUs/NewsDe...S/Default.aspx
    OMG, that's super intense!!

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    Wow, so many JGP events in Eastern Europe this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Also Rika Hongo, Karen Chen, Yulia Li, Stavitskaia, Tursynbaeva, Chartrand.
    Unpredictable Event - too many good girls.
    Karen Chen won't be in Minsk, as she is doing her second event in Kosice next week. But Polina Edmunds is currently scheduled for Mink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Karen Chen won't be in Minsk, as she is doing her second event in Kosice next week. But Polina Edmunds is currently scheduled for Mink.
    My prediction for the ladies:

    1: Polina Edmunds

    2 & 3: Rika Hongo or Barbie Long

    4-6: Maria Stavitskaia, Julia Li, Dabin Choi

    Not sure about Mai Mihara. Haven't seen her... Does anybody know anything about her??

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    Stavitskaya has been replaced by Ogoreltseva

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    I'd keep an eye out for Tursynbaeva. As of last year, she had all the triples, including a reliable 3S+3T combo. She competed in the Russian competitions and did quite well. She could surprise here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    I'd keep an eye out for Tursynbaeva. As of last year, she had all the triples, including a reliable 3S+3T combo. She competed in the Russian competitions and did quite well. She could surprise here.
    yes she could be a surprise medalist, she will be representing Kazakhstan
    ladies event here is weak other than Edmunds so anyone can be on the podium

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesky85 View Post
    Not sure about Mai Mihara. Haven't seen her... Does anybody know anything about her??
    This is her first season as a junior, and this video is from her recent competition, where she finished the second.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzW-2X9rJXY

    At the same competition, Kaori Sakamoto finished the first, also her first season as a junior,
    who will compete in the following weekend at JGP Czech.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU3nUsVcA-8

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    yes she could be a surprise medalist, she will be representing Kazakhstan
    ladies event here is weak other than Edmunds so anyone can be on the podium
    Oh yeah... forgot about her... and also Alaine Chartrand.

    1st is most likely Edmunds.

    I think 2-6 would be Barbie Long, Rika Hongo, Alaine Chartrand, Tursynbaeva, or Mai Mihara.

    7-9 would be Stavitskaia, Julia Li or Dabin Choi.

    It doesn't look like a strong field, but it actually is, considering there are 8 skaters that can score between 140-150. It wil be an interesting and very close competition.

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