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    Quote Originally Posted by 96skiluvr View Post
    What about Sakhanovich?
    Too young. this year there is the rule that you can qualify for senior nationals only if you are 14 years old or older. It's a pity, after she has done so well last year not be able to qualify this year.

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    The results of Korobeynikova are not not good in this season. Was she ill or injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyguy View Post
    The results of Korobeynikova are not not good in this season. Was she ill or injured?
    I think puberty is her problem. She's still adjusting to her new body. But the opening 2A-3T in her FS gave me some hope. We have many talented Polinas in figureskating: Shelepen, Korobeynikova, Edmund, Agafonova. Please be nice to at least one of them, Mr Puberty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyguy View Post
    The results of Korobeynikova are not not good in this season. Was she ill or injured?
    she is done. she grew a lot even taller than Carolina Kostner now

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    she is done. she grew a lot even taller than Carolina Kostner now
    She may be back. Shershak is also quite tall, missed a season or two and now she is back. (not saying that she can compare with the youngsters that are currently coming through, but in the majority of countries (except Russia, Japan and USA) she would be somewhere near the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    She may be back. Shershak is also quite tall, missed a season or two top.
    One season.
    Shershak skated all season 2011/2012 (9 competitions), at 2012/2013 had only one competition (JGP Event 26-29 Sept 2012, Slovenia), after that Russian Cup Event 12-16 Now 2013.

    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    and now she is back. (not saying that she can compare with the youngsters that are currently coming through, but in the majority of countries (except Russia, Japan and USA) she would be somewhere near the top.
    Youngsters?
    Lipnitskaia (born at 05 June 1998) is one day elder than Shershak (06 June 1998). Pogorilaya is two months elder (10 Apr 1998).
    For today Lipnitskaia is 2nd at World Season Best Scores table, Pogorilaya is 8th. Both ahead all the Junior Grand Prix youngsters.

    There are Senior Ladies in Russia who are better than Shershak, about 10 or more.

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    Volkov Memorial 2013 16-21 Now 2013
    Sergey Volkov - World Champion 1975.

    Competition - boys and girls in two age groups.
    Elder - 2001-2002 (progran Junior with minor differences)
    Younger - 2003 and younger (program Advanced Novice with minor differences)

    Past seasons winners of this competitions were now well-known Radionova, Pogorilaya, Sotskova, Samarin. Lipnitskaia was second (at 2009).
    Maybe, some of girls and boys who skated this time will be famous skaters in future.

    Main page of competition http://ffkm.ru/index.php/12-competit...55-volkova2013
    Schedule & Results http://ffkm.ru/images/files/013-14/2...html/index.htm
    Protocols http://ffkm.ru/images/files/013-14/2...olkov_2013.pdf
    All Russian language.

    Some Videos http://www.youtube.com/user/mihsersh/videos
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnsijoMcEDA - FS Alexandra Proklova (she skated there not in competition)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v30Z-Skr0-o - FS Victoria Bezrukova, winner in Elder Age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Youngsters?
    Lipnitskaia (born at 05 June 1998) is one day elder than Shershak (06 June 1998). Pogorilaya is two months elder (10 Apr 1998).
    For today Lipnitskaia is 2nd at World Season Best Scores table, Pogorilaya is 8th. Both ahead all the Junior Grand Prix youngsters.

    There are Senior Ladies in Russia who are better than Shershak, about 10 or more.
    I didn't mean youngsters such as Lipnitskaya. Lipnitskaya skates fully seniors from this season, so I don't count her as youngster any more. I meant the huge wave of talented ones that are now coming through the juniors.

    I know you have better seniors than Shershak. Saying that, she would still be either the national champion or at least at the national team of any other country except of Japan, USA, Russia and probably Canada.

    Not sure whether I agree about Pogorilaya being ahead of your JGPF youngsters. Russian junior nationals will show us whether Pogorilaya can beat Medvedeva, Proklova, Sotskova and Sakhanovich. Last year she couldn't. The fact that Pogorilaya posted one decent score and got herself high on World Season Best Scores table doesn't mean that she can beat regularly other skaters with a lower score at World Season Best table in competition. Pogorilaya is lucky that she didn't compete against them at GP because with how she skated, I think Proklova and Medvedeva (and possibly Sakhanovich) would beat her. They went clean; she was missing her axel - twice. And she is also lucky that they can't move to seniors next year. But it will come soon enough and we will see...

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    5th Event of Russian Cup 01-05 Dec 2013, Moscow.
    Ice Palace "Moskvich"

    Homepage http://fsrussia.ru/lib/102_kubok-ros...2014-5-j-etap/
    Schedule http://fsrussia.ru/upl/ckeditor/4693822.pdf
    (all Russian language)

    (time Moscow)
    02 Dec
    12:00 - Senior Men SP
    13:45 - Junior Pairs SP
    16:45 - Senior Pairs SP
    17:15 - Junior Dance SD
    18:45 - Senior Dance SD

    03 Dec
    13:00 - Senior Men FS
    15:00 - Junior Pairs FS
    16:45 - Senior Pairs FS
    18:45 - Senior Ladies SP
    20:15 - Junior Dance FD
    21:15 - Senior Dance FD

    04 Dec
    12:15 - Junior Men SP
    15:15 - Senior Ladies FS
    16:45 - Junior Ladies SP

    05 Dec
    12:15 - Junior Men FS
    15:30 - Junior Ladies FS

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    (Not sure if this is the right thread) Can anyone tell me something about Sofia Mishina, who is scheduled to compete in the Universiade in Trento: the latest video I can find is her 2012 nationals performance (where she actually skated quite well)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    (Not sure if this is the right thread) Can anyone tell me something about Sofia Mishina, who is scheduled to compete in the Universiade in Trento: the latest video I can find is her 2012 nationals performance (where she actually skated quite well)...
    She is 18 years old. Last year she didn't manage to qualify for the seniors nationals. Not sure if she qualified this year, but she was 5th and 8th in her Russian Cup events (qualifying events for nationals) so that doesn't look that great to me. If she qualify, then only thanks to the rule that under 14 y.o. are not allowed to compete there. She doesn't seem to be scoring that high. In her Russian cup events she scored 134.38 and 119.76, so you get the idea about her level of skating...

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    ^I agree.
    She skated well years ago, but has no progress.

    Almost all best Russian Ladies are 1996 and younger, i.e. too young for Universiade (1985-1995).
    Best skaters are preparing to Nationals, to qualify to Euro and to National Team.

    Because of this at Universiade will be 2nd level skaters (and the same - skaters from other countries).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Volkov Memorial 2013 16-21 Now 2013
    Sergey Volkov - World Champion 1975.

    Competition - boys and girls in two age groups.
    Elder - 2001-2002 (progran Junior with minor differences)
    Younger - 2003 and younger (program Advanced Novice with minor differences)

    Past seasons winners of this competitions were now well-known Radionova, Pogorilaya, Sotskova, Samarin. Lipnitskaia was second (at 2009).
    Maybe, some of girls and boys who skated this time will be famous skaters in future.

    Main page of competition http://ffkm.ru/index.php/12-competit...55-volkova2013
    Schedule & Results http://ffkm.ru/images/files/013-14/2...html/index.htm
    Protocols http://ffkm.ru/images/files/013-14/2...olkov_2013.pdf
    All Russian language.

    Some Videos http://www.youtube.com/user/mihsersh/videos
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnsijoMcEDA - FS Alexandra Proklova (she skated there not in competition)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v30Z-Skr0-o - FS Victoria Bezrukova, winner in Elder Age.
    Victoria Bezrukova has great jumping techniques! She looks like she is flying when she jumps!! How old is she? Any more information about her?

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    Bezrukova gets great height on her jumps for somebody that tiny. She's skating through the music though. It's sad how most up-and-coming Russian ladies seem to be all about jumps now. I miss the Butyrskaya and Slutskaya days so much. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Bezrukova gets great height on her jumps for somebody that tiny. She's skating through the music though. It's sad how most up-and-coming Russian ladies seem to be all about jumps now. I miss the Butyrskaya and Slutskaya days so much. :(
    I disagree. Some skaters skate through their music, some don't. That has nothing to do with age or nationality. For every up and coming young Russian lady who skates through her music, I am sure I can find one who doesn't. Radionova, Proklova, Sakhanovich... But of course the technical side of skating is important. The young ladies don't have famous name, unlike the established skaters, so they won't get high PCS. If they want to win, they have to get the points on the TES.

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