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    Ladies SP JGP Mexico 2013

    Starting Order http://www.isuresults.com/results/jgpmex2013/SEG003.HTM

    Warm-Up Group 1

    1 Maria Jose CAVAZOS MEX
    2 Yong Yeu Tiffany LAU HKG
    3 Itzel GAITAN MEX
    4 Sandrine MARTIN CAN
    5 Dominika MURCKOVA SVK
    6 Tanja ODERMATT SUI

    Warm-Up Group 2
    7 Mariah BELL USA
    8 Lyydia MAATTANEN FIN
    9 Polina EDMUNDS USA
    10 Amirah Azfariena AZHARI MAS
    11 Michelle QUINTERO MEX
    12 Anavi TEKRIWAL IND

    Warm-Up Group 3
    13 Chloe ING SIN
    14 Sarah MACGIBBON NZL
    15 Alsu KAIUMOVA RUS
    16 Rika HONGO JPN
    17 Netta SCHREIBER ISR
    18 Anhelina BOSKO ARG

    Warm-Up Group 4
    19 Julianne SEGUIN CAN
    20 Jennifer PARKER GER
    21 Isabella SCHUSTER-VELISSARIOU GRE
    22 Natalia OGORELTSEVA RUS
    23 Promsan RATTANADILOK NA PHUKET THA
    24 Josefine TALJEGARD SWE

    Warm-Up Group 5
    25 Michaela DU TOIT RSA
    26 Samantha CABILES PHI
    27 Brooklee HAN AUS
    28 Melanie Yuung-Hui CHANG TPE
    29 Da Bin CHOI KOR
    30 Giada RUSSO ITA

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    So my predictions for the ladies are....

    Alsu KAIUMOVA
    Polina EDMUNDS
    Rika HONGO
    Natalia OGORELTSEVA
    Mariah BELL
    Julianne SEGUIN
    Brooklee HAN
    Da Bin CHOI

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    Quote Originally Posted by snsd View Post
    So my predictions for the ladies are....

    Alsu KAIUMOVA
    Polina EDMUNDS
    Rika HONGO
    Natalia OGORELTSEVA
    Mariah BELL
    Julianne SEGUIN
    Brooklee HAN
    Da Bin CHOI
    Kayumova has 0% of winning the gold
    if Kayumova is clean maybe the highest is silver but it will be Ogoreltseva who has a higher chance if she is clean and lands her 3lo-3Lo

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Kayumova has 0% of winning the gold
    if Kayumova is clean maybe the highest is silver but it will be Ogoreltseva who has a higher chance if she is clean and lands her 3lo-3Lo
    We will see is it so.

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    Go Polina! This should be a great JGP debut!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Kayumova has 0% of winning the gold
    if Kayumova is clean maybe the highest is silver but it will be Ogoreltseva who has a higher chance if she is clean and lands her 3lo-3Lo
    I don't see Ogoreltseva winning with just one combo....

    However my comments to her 3Lo+3Lo is that Kayumova is doing 3Lz+3T and 3F+1Lo+3S combo in her long. Plus she seems a lot more consistent and beat Ogoreltseva by a considerable margin at Russian nationals.

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    I prefer Ogoreltseva's skating - she's so musical - but she has become very inconsistent with her jumps. I think Kaiumova is more likely to skate clean and do well here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    I prefer Ogoreltseva's skating - she's so musical - but she has become very inconsistent with her jumps. I think Kaiumova is more likely to skate clean and do well here.
    I prefer Ogoreltseva skating as well, I wouldn't classify her as a musical skater but compared to Kayumova she is amazing.
    Haha but yeah she is inconsistent and cant keep up technically.

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    I wonder if the ISA is waiting for this event to finish to decide which Australian lady is going to Nebelhorn?

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    os Broklee really american competing for australia?? she was born in the us and trains there dont see a aussie connection here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaraM View Post
    os Broklee really american competing for australia?? she was born in the us and trains there dont see a aussie connection here...
    Hi SaraM- Brooklee's father is Australian and she has family living in Melbourne, Australia.
    Hope this answers your question

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    Quote Originally Posted by snsd View Post
    I prefer Ogoreltseva skating as well, I wouldn't classify her as a musical skater but compared to Kayumova she is amazing.
    Haha but yeah she is inconsistent and cant keep up technically.
    Ogoreltseva has more nice skating, Kaiumova more complicated and more stable jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GF2445 View Post
    Hi SaraM- Brooklee's father is Australian and she has family living in Melbourne, Australia.
    Hope this answers your question
    Thanks but is she an australian or american citizen? I mean can she compete for australia at the olympics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaraM View Post
    Thanks but is she an australian or american citizen? I mean can she compete for australia at the olympics?
    She has dual citizenship according this article and a few others. http://www.thereddingpilot.com/9744/...championships/

    Her father is an Australian citizen, and Australia has a provision for "citizenship by descent" based on rules here: http://www.citizenship.gov.au/applyi...born_overseas/ and that they allow dual citizenship (as long as the other country also allows it)

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    Polina Edmunds' 57.78 is just barely behind Karen Chen's 58.21 and Maria Sotskova's 59.45 (and a few points above Evgenia Medvedeva's 55.17)

    Tech scores:
    1) Sotskova (35.97)
    2) Chen (33.90)
    3) Edmunds (33.35)
    4) Medvedeva (31.28)

    PCS:

    1) Edmunds (24.43)
    2) Chen (24.31)
    3) Medvedeva (23.89)
    4) Sotskova (23.48)

    So far, they're pretty much equal in PCS. Less than a point spread. Sotskova's TES gave her the advantage.

    Other potential high-scoring contenders still to skate.

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