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Thread: Russian qualifiers and other most important competitions

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    Women's SP Results
    1 Anna POGORILAYA MOS 63.27 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_10-gf1hDM
    2 Alsou Kayumova MOS 57.68 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaoJ6RPq8tQ
    3 Sophia BIRYUKOVA MOS 56.07 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErpXx8MpF8Y
    4 Alina MAKSIMOVA MOS 53.08 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIKfFOtMGvM
    5 Irina Kosarev MOS 53.01 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YULLYTraOtA

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    Women's LP Results

    1 Anna POGORILAYA MOS 110.79
    2 Alsou Kayumova MOS 106.77
    3 Sophia BIRYUKOVA MOS 98.19
    4 Alina MAKSIMOVA MOS 96.65
    5 Irina Kosarev MOS 95.70

    Overall

    1 Anna POGORILAYA MOS 174.06
    2 Alsou Kayumova MOS 164.45
    3 Sophia BIRYUKOVA MOS 154.26
    4 Alina MAKSIMOVA MOS 149.73
    5 Irina Kosarev MOS 148.71

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    Women's Race to Nationals Standings After 3 Events
    Guaranteed (Participation on Senior GP or JGP Finals)
    1. Sotnikova
    2. Julia L.
    3. Leonova
    4. Tuktamysheva
    5. Radionova
    6. Gosviani
    7. Pogorilaya
    8. Korobeynikova (w/d COC)
    9. Medvedeva***
    ............................................
    9 spots TBD
    10. Artemyeva 30
    11. Kayumova 30
    12. Pervushkina 26
    13. Maksimova 22
    14. Biryukova 22
    15. Agafonova 18
    16. Dubinina 14
    17. Kosareva 10
    18. Shamsutdinova 8

    ***Participants must be 14 or older by Senior Nationals in order to compete (Proklova, Sotskova, and Sakhanovich are age ineligible).

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    I was wondering "why not Iushenko for a spot" but I guess she's too young as well.
    Also I wonder if Korobeynikova will still get a Nationals spot after the withdrawal from the Grand Prix?

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    Iushenko is age ineligible. Nobody knows about Korobeynikova. I used Dmitriev Jr. as an example since he w/d from COC last year (his only GP event) and still went to nationals as a guaranteed spot. Only competed in 1 Cup event where he was 2nd. If Korobeynikova has to qualify the old fashion way, she can be no lower than 2nd at her next event to finished ahead of Agafanova and that still may not be enough......

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    Pogorilaya FS - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHCmD-cWPbo
    mistake on her opening 3-3 only a 2Lz and hand down, but did 3lo.53S
    she's in good shape

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    Pogorilaya won this event--she can't be in too shabby shape. As she is scheduled for CoC grand prix next week-she should be in good shape!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DobrinFan View Post
    Iushenko is age ineligible.
    Yes. And she qualified to JrNats (two Russian Cup Events, 1 and 2 places), so it is the second reason why can't she pretend to Russian Cup Events as Senior.

    Quote Originally Posted by DobrinFan View Post
    Nobody knows about Korobeynikova.
    We all know.
    She was 8th of 9 at second Russian Cup Event with score 117.84 and skating as poor as the score.
    SP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ3Ylcra_xM
    FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSdSfBVussM
    Because of this she lost her GP Event.

    With this kind of skating she has a little chance to qualify to Nationals, she needs place no worse than second at 4th or 5th Event to have a chance to qualify (with no warranty even with 1st place).

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    Well I think it's only fair having her qualify through nationals through the Cup events. Her condition in Sochi was abysmal.

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    Updating to remove Korobeynikova from the guaranteed list, now there are 10 open spots, 2 events remain
    Women's Race to Nationals Standings After 3 Events
    Guaranteed (Participation on Senior GP or JGP Finals)
    1. Sotnikova
    2. Julia L.
    3. Leonova
    4. Tuktamysheva
    5. Radionova
    6. Gosviani
    7. Pogorilaya
    8. Medvedeva***
    ............................................
    10 spots TBD
    9. Artemyeva 30
    10. Kayumova 30
    11. Pervushkina 26
    12. Maksimova 22
    13. Biryukova 22
    14. Agafonova 18
    15. Dubinina 14
    16. Kosareva 10
    17. Shamsutdinova 8
    18. Kanukova 6
    ............................................
    Points tied are broken by total scores at their respective events
    19. Lebedeva 4
    20. Mishina 4
    21. Korobeynikova 4
    22. Fedoseyeva 2
    23. Karagozova 2
    24. Bajanova 2
    25. Zaseeva 1
    26. Kolesnikova 1

    ***Participants must be 14 or older by Senior Nationals in order to compete (Proklova, Sotskova, and Sakhanovich are age ineligible).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DobrinFan View Post
    Well I think it's only fair having her qualify through nationals through the Cup events. Her condition in Sochi was abysmal.
    It was mandatory to skate in Sochi for Korobeynikova, Pogorilaya in Ladies, Kovtun in Men, Stolbova/Klimov and Bazarova/Larionov in Pairs, three Ice Dance couples, who have GP Events.
    Federation wanted to see how are they ready and to give advices how to improve skating if possible. Something like very short ChampsCamp for them.

    Others who have GP Events also had test skating (not at Russian Gup II) - at training camp, or at Russian Cup I, or at Senior B Events etc.
    At most twice - at test skate and at competitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DobrinFan View Post
    Updating to remove Korobeynikova from the guaranteed list, now there are 10 open spots, 2 events remain
    Women's Race to Nationals Standings After 3 Events
    Guaranteed (Participation on Senior GP or JGP Finals)
    1. Sotnikova
    2. Julia L.
    3. Leonova
    4. Tuktamysheva
    5. Radionova
    6. Gosviani
    7. Pogorilaya
    8. Medvedeva***
    ............................................
    10 spots TBD
    9. Artemyeva 30
    10. Kayumova 30
    11. Pervushkina 26
    12. Maksimova 22
    13. Biryukova 22
    14. Agafonova 18
    15. Dubinina 14
    16. Kosareva 10
    17. Shamsutdinova 8
    18. Kanukova 6
    ............................................
    Points tied are broken by total scores at their respective events
    19. Lebedeva 4
    20. Mishina 4
    21. Korobeynikova 4
    22. Fedoseyeva 2
    23. Karagozova 2
    24. Bajanova 2
    25. Zaseeva 1
    26. Kolesnikova 1

    ***Participants must be 14 or older by Senior Nationals in order to compete (Proklova, Sotskova, and Sakhanovich are age ineligible).
    There will be two Events of Russian Cup, and skaters who had no Events may have both and earn very good points because strongest skaters had two Events and will not participate in last Events.
    Possibly Valentina Chernyshova also will pretend to Nationals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    There will be two Events of Russian Cup, and skaters who had no Events may have both and earn very good points because strongest skaters had two Events and will not participate in last Events.
    Possibly Valentina Chernyshova also will pretend to Nationals.
    Yes, this is the list for those who have already competed and I mentioned above that there are 2 events remaining. The ones after Dubinina still have 1 event that will count for points plus those who have not showed up yet will be thrown into the mix! 3 weeks till the next event and counting!!!!

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    I understand.

    I only wanted to say about the future that:
    1. Valentina Chernyshova is the only Lady of that who had no Events whose level is high enough for Natonals.
    (Also there are two or three with injuries, who most probably will miss all Events.)
    2. Some not so good Ladies may qualify at two last Events because of lack of serious competitors.

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    Any information on Alina Maksimova and Irina Kosareva?

    Irina reminds me a bit of Pogorilaya one or two years ago. Irina is not very refined like Pogorilaya was when she started competing internationally, but has great potentials just like Pogorilaya is showing now currently. I mean, Pogorilaya is also improving still, but is much better than she was two years ago.

    I also liked Alina Maksimova. She seems quite stable. I don't understand why there is 10 point difference between Alina and Alsu Kaiumova... I think the difference should be more like 5-6.... But then my eyes are not trained enough to pick out small technical or artistic difference that can translate into the scores yet...

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