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    Ice Dance SD JGP Baltic 2013

    Start Order http://www.isuresults.com/results/jgppol2013/SEG005.HTM

    Warm-Up Group 1
    1 Evgenia KOSIGINA / Nikolai MOROSHKIN RUS
    2 Slavyana TSENOVA / Egor ZAYTSEV BUL
    3 Florence CLARKE / Tim DIECK GER
    4 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN UKR
    5 Olivia SMART / Joseph BUCKLAND GBR

    Warm-Up Group 2
    6 Polina GORLOV / Eduard VISHNJAKOV GER
    7 Natalia KALISZEK / Yaroslav KURBAKOV POL
    8 Melinda MENG / Andrew MENG CAN
    9 Alla LOBODA / Pavel DROZD RUS
    10 Elliana POGREBINSKY / Ross GUDIS USA

    Warm-Up Group 3
    11 Beatrice TOMCZAK / Damian BINKOWSKI POL
    12 Cortney MANSOUR / Michal CESKA CZE
    13 Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER USA
    14 Joanna ZAJAC / Cezary ZAWADZKI POL
    15 Angelique ABACHKINA / Louis THAURON FRA

    Warm-Up Group 4
    16 Eugenia TKACHENKA / Yuri GULITSKI BLR
    17 Yue ZHAO / Chang LIU CHN
    18 Brianna DELMAESTRO / Timothy LUM CAN
    19 Marina ELIAS / Denis KORELINE EST
    20 Myriam GASSOUMI / Clement LE MOLAIRE FRA

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    What a STACKED tech and judge team.

    TECH: TC=RUS; TS=POL, UKR
    JUDGES: BLR, UKR, RUS, POL, GER, FRA, GBR USA, CAN

    It may be tough for HAWAYEK/BAKER to make the final.

    BTW, the Tech Controller is Alla Shekhovtseva, aka Mrs. Piseev (hubby is head of the Russian Skating Federation) and the Ukrainian judge is none other than the infamous Yury BALKOV.

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    bad draw for Kosigina/Moroshkin , anyways this is their 4th JGP Season they are so old they dont belong in the JGP circuit anymore

    medalists willl be between H/B, L/D, K/M and M/M

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    What a STACKED tech and judge team.

    TECH: TC=RUS; TS=POL, UKR
    JUDGES: BLR, UKR, RUS, POL, GER, FRA, GBR USA, CAN

    It may be tough for HAWAYEK/BAKER to make the final.

    BTW, the Tech Controller is Alla Shekhovtseva, aka Mrs. Piseev (hubby is head of the Russian Skating Federation) and the Ukrainian judge is none other than the infamous Yury BALKOV.
    Hawyek/Baker won JGP Mexico, so they should be fine as long they are on the podium. I think they have a good shot of winning. They have the highest PBs in the competition.

    Also just Joseph Buckland related to Nick Buckland of Coomes/Buckland?

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    Yes. AFAIR, he is the brother of Nicholas Buckland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    Hawyek/Baker won JGP Mexico, so they should be fine as long they are on the podium. I think they have a good shot of winning. They have the highest PBs in the competition.
    I thought they'd have a good chance of winning, too, until I saw the tech and judge panels.

    Look what happened to Bent/MacKeen last week. They won in Latvia, but their total score in Kosice dropped 9 points from their Riga score, all because of levels. Having a gold medal from Mexico doesn't guarantee Hawayek/Baker a medal in Poland. Kosigina/Moroshkin will likely score higher than H/B's Mexico score for gold and the 2nd Russian team and the Ukrainian team may score quite well, too. I'd hate to see H/B take a hit on levels and wind up 5th like the Canadians in Kosice.

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    Actually, the Koreans were 5th in Kosice, Bent/Mackeen were 7th...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    I thought they'd have a good chance of winning, too, until I saw the tech and judge panels.

    Look what happened to Bent/MacKeen last week. They won in Latvia, but their total score in Kosice dropped 9 points from their Riga score, all because of levels. Having a gold medal from Mexico doesn't guarantee Hawayek/Baker a medal in Poland. Kosigina/Moroshkin will likely score higher than H/B's Mexico score for gold and the 2nd Russian team and the Ukrainian team may score quite well, too. I'd hate to see H/B take a hit on levels and wind up 5th like the Canadians in Kosice.
    But the Parsons were in second..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    bad draw for Kosigina/Moroshkin , anyways this is their 4th JGP Season they are so old they dont belong in the JGP circuit anymore
    Start order won't matter. K/M may be ancient (18 and 19) but they'll score over 60 in the SD and over 80 in the FD and easily walk away with gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Start order won't matter. K/M may be ancient (18 and 19) but they'll score over 60 in the SD and over 80 in the FD and easily walk away with gold.
    that's a joke right ? Y/M didnt even crack a 60+
    K/M highest FD score PB record is 75+ only

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    That was last year. JGP scores tend to get higher each year, and often the JGP scores are higher than JW or JGPF.

    K/M's highest JGP scores:
    2011: 51.02, 72.46
    2012: 59.44, 77.89

    That's why I think they will score over 60 in the SD and over 80 in the FD. The tech and judging panels will help that happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    That was last year. JGP scores tend to get higher each year, and often the JGP scores are higher than JW or JGPF.

    K/M's highest JGP scores:
    2011: 51.02, 72.46
    2012: 59.44, 77.89

    That's why I think they will score over 60 in the SD and over 80 in the FD. The tech and judging panels will help that happen.
    well you were wrong K/M are old and yet still losing levels
    the Ukrainian team N/N are leading

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    So much for Chuckie's conspiracy theories :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    So much for Chuckie's conspiracy theories :lol:
    , seriously who would predict K/M to win ? they have one of the slowest steq sequences since tehir debut
    L/D who just came out in juniors beat them in Tech and PCS

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    huge scores for Hawayek/Baker
    there goes the conspiracy

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