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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    Nice skate from Dimitri Mikhailov. Jumps are not the best, but he has a nice presentation. I like the step sequence and transitions. Hope he will improve, then he can be a future-star!
    He used to be very good, in 2010 he beat Samarin in Crystal Skate they are about the same age 15 years old now
    he seem to have struggled for 2 years, I guess he is with Morozov's group ( spotted in the background? )

    Samarin is better though, better presentation, better skating skills , flow in jumps and he can spin than Mikhaylov
    Kurabanov and Mikhaylov did not deserve to get higher PCS than Samarin

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    I guess he is with Morozov's group ( spotted in the background? )
    Morozov's students are usually criticised for lack of choreography and presentation. If he coached Mikhailov from beginning to date, i will have a conclusion like "Morozov is innocent, presentation depends morely on the skater." Maybe in Leonova's case, he can be blamed for making choreographies which doesn't suit her style, though this is another topic and maybe shouldn't be discussed here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    Morozov's students are usually criticised for lack of choreography and presentation. If he coached Mikhailov from beginning to date, i will have a conclusion like "Morozov is innocent, presentation depends morely on the skater." Maybe in Leonova's case, he can be blamed for making choreographies which doesn't suit her style, though this is another topic and maybe shouldn't be discussed here.
    those step sequences are obviously Morozov like and he got a little bonus beating Samarin in PCS
    but good for him, he seemed to have faded into obscurity for the last 2 years

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    I liked mikhailov! The piano phantom worked! Weak camel spin! He was traveling so much he could've been inventing a new move!

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    http://klimkin.biz/klimkin2013-2014/moskva2013/1.2.pdf - protocols of FS Junior Ladies OpenMoscow.
    Final Results:
    Elizaveta IUSHENKO is first.
    Yulia LI is 6th.

    Other four of Top6 are too young for JGP.

    Istomina (3rd in FS, 4th Total) FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqvw3b5rS5o
    More videos tomorrow.

    http://klimkin.biz/klimkin2013-2014/moskva2013/3.2.pdf - protocols of FS Junior Pairs OpenMoscow.
    Kamilla GAINETDINOVA / Ivan BICH - first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    I liked mikhailov! The piano phantom worked! Weak camel spin! He was traveling so much he could've been inventing a new move!
    he was fast but his spins are poor,
    he didn't had 3A but he backloaded , a clean 3LZ-3T like Samarins popped combo

    Samarin needs a 3A soon, he is 15 now
    his 2A seems a bit bigger now so there s hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post

    Istomina (3rd in FS, 4th Total) FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqvw3b5rS5o
    More videos tomorrow.
    eligible next season

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    he was fast but his spins are poor,
    he didn't had 3A but he backloaded , a clean 3LZ-3T like Samarins popped combo

    Samarin needs a 3A soon, he is 15 now
    his 2A seems a bit bigger now so there s hope
    Isn't it nice that both guys have some room for improvement? Nobody is perfect
    They have positive ways making us think that they may have a great future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    eligible next season
    No, she isn't. Her birthday is December 24, 2001, so she won't be eligible until the 2015-2016 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post

    Elizaveta Iushenko has won the junior ladies event. I haven't watched her FS yet, but I would send her to JGP instead of Li, Kayumova or even Stavitskaya if she isn't in a good form.

    Who is the coach of Iushenko?
    Alexei Chetverhukin and Anastasia Kazakova

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    Isn't it nice that both guys have some room for improvement? Nobody is perfect
    They have positive ways making us think that they may have a great future.
    I was talking about their better skills, Samarin has better presentation, skating skills, flow in the jumps, and spins
    Mikhaylov's only advantage is his speed. the PCS didnt reflect and a bit of a joke anyways considering Kurbanovs S/S are in 6's

    Mikhaylov was much better when he was 12 years old - winner of Crystal Skate 2010, he stalled a bit but I could be wrong
    he seems to do well again so Morozov could be good for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    No, she isn't. Her birthday is December 24, 2001, so she won't be eligible until the 2015-2016 season.
    thanks, she did Julia's candle spin beillman

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    http://klimkin.biz/klimkin2013-2014/moskva2013/1.2.pdf - protocols of FS Junior Ladies OpenMoscow.
    Final Results:
    Elizaveta IUSHENKO is first.
    Yulia LI is 6th.

    Other four of Top6 are too young for JGP.

    Istomina (3rd in FS, 4th Total) FS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqvw3b5rS5o
    More videos tomorrow.

    http://klimkin.biz/klimkin2013-2014/moskva2013/3.2.pdf - protocols of FS Junior Pairs OpenMoscow.
    Kamilla GAINETDINOVA / Ivan BICH - first place.
    Any other information about the junior ladies other than Elizaveta Iuchenko and Yulia Li? I can't read Russian, so I would like to know the names of the girls, their age, etc... Russian skaters are amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesky85 View Post
    Any other information about the junior ladies other than Elizaveta Iuchenko and Yulia Li? I can't read Russian, so I would like to know the names of the girls, their age, etc... Russian skaters are amazing!!
    The top was:

    1 Elizaveta Iushchenko 166.27 1 1
    2 Victoria Bezrukova 162.12 2 2
    3 Valeria Evseeva 147.24 3 4
    4 Sofia Istomina 145.30 9 3
    5 Polina Drynkina 144.64 5 7
    6 Julia Li 141.47 6 10

    Link to translated results & protocol
    http://translate.google.com/translat...ex.htm&act=url

    Some more info:

    2. Victoria Bezrukova: b. July 20, 2001, so she'll be eligible for the JGP in 2015-2016. Coached by Inna Goncharenko (Radionova's coach). She has all the triples (flip with edge call) and a 3S+3T. Had the highest TES in the free.
    3. Valeria Evseeva: b. March 13, 2002, so she will also be eligible in 2015-2015. She is also coached by Goncharenko. She also has all the triples but no 3+3 (yet). She was the youngest qualifier last year for Russian Junior Nationals. In 2012, she was the national champion in her age group.
    4. Sofia Istomina: b. Deceber 24, 2001. Again, eligible in 2015-2016. Coached by Victoria Volchkova. Has 3T, 3S, 3Lo. Complete joy to watch - recommend you watch this one!
    5. Polina Drynkina: b. November 13, 2001. Also eligible in 2015-2016. Coached by Anna Tsareva (same coach as Anna Pogorilaya).

    There are more videos at the link you posted now

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    Videos FS
    1 Elizaveta Iushchenko 166.27 1 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSWD45yltIU
    2 Victoria Bezrukova 162.12 2 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD1GRbvL9JE
    3 Valeria Evseeva 147.24 3 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYQvrp-FWgo
    4 Sofia Istomina 145.30 9 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqvw3b5rS5o
    5 Polina Drynkina 144.64 5 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VHY7k5uhfU
    6 Julia Li 141.47 6 10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQbY3gHqyR8

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