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    Short Dance JGP Czech Skate 2013

    Starting order:

    Warm-Up Group 1
    1 Carolina MOSCHENI / Adam LUKACS HUN
    2 Ria SCHIFFNER / Julian SALATZKI GER
    3 Madeline EDWARDS / Zhao Kai PANG CAN
    4 Katerina KONICKOVA / Matej LANG CZE

    Warm-Up Group 2
    5 Natalia KALISZEK / Yaroslav KURBAKOV POL
    6 Daria KOROTITSKAIA / Maksim SPODIREV UKR
    7 Christine SMITH / Simon EISENBAUER AUT
    8 Olivia SMART / Joseph BUCKLAND GBR

    Warm-Up Group 3
    9 Anna BOLSHEM / Ronald ZILBERBERG ISR
    10 Betina POPOVA / Yuri VLASENKO RUS
    11 Danielle WU / Spencer SOO CAN
    12 Sarah VADSKJAER GRAPEK / Malcolm JONES DEN

    Warm-Up Group 4
    13 Sofia EVDOKIMOVA / Egor BAZIN RUS
    14 Cortney MANSOUR / Michal CESKA CZE
    15 Rachel PARSONS / Michael PARSONS USA
    16 Chloe LEWIS / Logan BYE USA

    Live results
    ISU JGP YouTube Channel

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    SD results:

    1 Rachel PARSONS / Michael PARSONS USA 59.54 33.29 27.25 6.79 6.71 6.96 6.79 6.82 1.00 #15
    2 Madeline EDWARDS / Zhao Kai PANG CAN 54.10 27.57 27.53 6.75 6.75 6.75 7.04 7.04 1.00 #3
    3 Sofia EVDOKIMOVA / Egor BAZIN RUS 53.74 28.72 25.02 6.36 6.21 6.29 6.25 6.18 0.00 #13
    4 Betina POPOVA / Yuri VLASENKO RUS 53.48 27.21 26.27 6.46 6.36 6.64 6.61 6.71 0.00 #10
    5 Danielle WU / Spencer SOO CAN 51.68 29.14 22.54 5.64 5.50 5.75 5.64 5.64 0.00 #11
    6 Daria KOROTITSKAIA / Maksim SPODIREV UKR 49.30 25.71 23.59 5.93 5.82 6.00 5.86 5.89 0.00 #6
    7 Carolina MOSCHENI / Adam LUKACS HUN 48.19 25.65 22.54 5.68 5.50 5.57 5.71 5.68 0.00 #1
    8 Ria SCHIFFNER / Julian SALATZKI GER 47.35 26.72 21.63 5.39 5.36 5.36 5.54 5.39 1.00 #2
    9 Olivia SMART / Joseph BUCKLAND GBR 46.33 25.08 22.25 5.54 5.39 5.64 5.61 5.61 1.00 #8
    10 Cortney MANSOUR / Michal CESKA CZE 44.61 24.00 20.61 5.18 5.07 5.14 5.18 5.18 0.00 #14
    11 Katerina KONICKOVA / Matej LANG CZE 41.21 23.29 17.92 4.64 4.46 4.43 4.50 4.39 0.00 #4
    12 Chloe LEWIS / Logan BYE USA 41.16 20.93 20.23 4.89 4.89 5.21 5.18 5.11 0.00 #16
    13 Anna BOLSHEM / Ronald ZILBERBERG ISR 38.61 18.51 20.10 5.04 4.96 5.00 5.21 4.93 0.00 #9
    14 Natalia KALISZEK / Yaroslav KURBAKOV POL 34.38 16.36 19.02 4.93 4.82 4.64 5.00 4.46 1.00 #5
    15 Christine SMITH / Simon EISENBAUER AUT 34.32 18.71 15.61 3.93 3.79 3.96 4.04 3.82 0.00 #7
    16 Sarah VADSKJAER GRAPEK / Malcolm JONES DEN 32.72 17.50 15.22 3.79 3.71 3.82 3.96 3.75 0.00 #12

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    Carolina MOSCHENI/Adam LUKACS (HUN):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fS-ua3wKEEI
    Ria SCHIFFNER/Julian SALATZKI (GER):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbonFXMNoH4
    Madeline EDWARDS/Zhao Kai PANG (CAN):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lysTCCR3YoI
    Katerina KONICKOVA/Matej LANG (CZE):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tniLDHO382w
    Natalia KALISZEK/Yaroslav KURBAKOV (POL):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_NimkxPew8
    Daria KOROTITSKAIA/Maksim SPODIREV (UKR):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VucFd6RNHgc
    Christine SMITH/Simon EISENBAUER (AUT):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efjEFNpcGqY
    Olivia SMART/Joseph BUCKLAND (GBR):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEWnk-TxCPY
    Anna BOLSHEM/Ronald ZILBERBERG (ISR):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPM1YsjLw6s
    Betina POPOVA/Yuri VLASENKO (RUS):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOPVML-rlRQ
    Danielle WU/Spencer SOO (CAN):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLqmnQeuOxQ
    Sarah VADSKJAER GRAPEK/Malcom JONES (DEN):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ww-norDIuY
    Sofia EVDOKIMOVA/Egor BAZIN (RUS):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bXLFPnRPUM
    Cortney MANSOUR/Michal CESKA (CZE):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-lAae7d3xs
    Rachel PARSONS/Michael PARSONS (USA):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_2c930iiJU
    Chloe LEWIS/Logan BYE (USA):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRJ1TMH1SVw

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    54 (close to their PB) with one fall (and a not-so-good execution of the StSq) is still good for E/P, it means that they can surely get close to 60!

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    And, is Joseph (Buckland) Nicholas' brother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    And, is Joseph (Buckland) Nicholas' brother?
    Yes, according to his ISU biography:
    Buckland's older brother Nicholas competes at the World level in Ice Dance and was ranked fifth at the 2013 European Championships.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    54 (close to their PB) with one fall (and a not-so-good execution of the StSq) is still good for E/P, it means that they can surely get close to 60!
    They didn't lose that much on the fall, because it came after the dismount from the lift, so it didn't affect the level. Her stumble on the midline step sequence was actually more costly since it brought the level down to 1, costing more than 4 points.

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    No disrespect to the Parsons - congrats to them on their Short dance win. But, kind of surprising to see the strength of results for the US Dance teams this season. What happened to all of those strong Russian dance teams? Was the whole point solely to try to be in position for an outside shot at a Sochi 3rd spot, and now that it is past that point of opportunity, there is no incentive?

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    Once Navka/Kostomarov retired, Russia no longer had a lock on the World's top spot in ice dance, as the presumed heirs Domnina/Shabalin struggled due to his injured knees, and Khokhlova/Novikov faded and then split. North American teams V/M and D/W swept in to fill the void and have dominated since. No strong Russian team or teams have even made the World podium until Bobrova/Soloviev in 2013. IMO, the problem lies in coaching and and choreography; Russian teams often look fussy and old-fashioned, or try to be cutting-edge and instead border on bad taste.

    It's not surprising that the same thing is happening at the lower levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGoldberg View Post
    No disrespect to the Parsons - congrats to them on their Short dance win. But, kind of surprising to see the strength of results for the US Dance teams this season. What happened to all of those strong Russian dance teams? Was the whole point solely to try to be in position for an outside shot at a Sochi 3rd spot, and now that it is past that point of opportunity, there is no incentive?
    To be fair, the Russian teams that dominated the junior ranks in previous years (Monko/Khavalin, Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin, Stepanova /Bukin) are all now seniors, along with the other medalists from JGP and Jr. Worlds last season (Aldridge/Eaton; Papadakis/Cizeron). So the junior Ice Dance field is wide open. All the American teams who have won competitions this season (including the Parsons, if the pattern holds) have all medaled in JGP last season, so the move up is not surprising.

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    NcNamara/Carpenter won gold this year, but did not medal last year in the JGP: they were 6th in France and 4th in Turkey. OTOH, Kosigina/Moroshkin won two silvers last year in the JGP but were 4th in Poland and lost the spot in CZE to P/V.

    So far, after two years on the senior circuit, Monko/Khaliavin and Sinitsina / Zhiganshin haven't exactly had dazzling results.

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    It's not surprising that the same thing is happening at the lower levels.
    Seems you haven't been paying attention to the junior results in the last few seasons. Russian ice dancers have won Junior Worlds three years in a row and Yanovskaya/Mozgov have a good chance at medaling this year.

    So far, after two years on the senior circuit, Monko/Khaliavin and Sinitsina / Zhiganshin haven't exactly had dazzling results.
    S/Z have just one year behind them on the senior circuit. And actually, M/K too since they missed their international events in the 2011/12 season (mononucleosis).
    Anyway, it's not like juniors from other countries have been storming the senior ranks lately.

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    It can't have helped Evdokimova & Bagin that they have perhaps the worst music choice of the year for a Quickstep SD - Hava Nagila paired with 16 Tons? Really????

    I agree about Edwards & Pang-especially the Anything Goes part of their program works really well. It's too bad about the trip & the fall. Best wishes to them in the FD.

    So it's no wonder the Parsons have a lead.
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    Russian Ice Dance results in this quad:

    2011
    JGPF: Five teams (last year of 8 pair roster); Russian sweeps podium (Monko/Khaliavin;Sinitsina / Zhiganshin; Stepanova/Bukin)
    Jr. Worlds: Russia goes 1-2 (Monko/Khaliavin; Pushkash /Guerreiro)

    2011-2012
    JGPF: Russian teams sweep podium (Sinitsina / Zhiganshin; Stepanova/Bukin; Yanovskaia / Mozgov)
    Jr. Worlds: Russia goes 1-2 (Sinitsina / Zhiganshin; Stepanova/Bukin)

    2012-2013:
    JGPF: Four Russian teams; Stepanova/Bukin wins
    Jr. Worlds: Russia wins (Stepanova/Bukin)


    The only team still left in juniors among those successful teams is Yanovskaia/Mozgov, who won a JGP earlier this season and will be in Estonia next and will likely get a JGPF berth. As for the other teams not making a blazing path in the Ice Dance world, that's not surprising given the amount of depth in Ice Dance right now. In Russia, B/S and I/K basically have the top two spots locked, leaving the rest to fight for one spot. I'd imagine that Aldridge/Eaton will be dealing with much of the same in the U.S.


    The N. America record
    2011:
    JGPF: One team (Lichtman/Copley, USA, 4th)
    Jr. Worlds: Lichtman/Copley, USA, 3rd

    2012
    JGPF: One team (Aldridge/Eaton, USA, 4th)
    Jr. Worlds: Aldridge/Eaton, USA, 3rd

    2013:
    JGPF: One team (Aldrige/Eaton, USA, 3rd)
    Jr. Worlds: Aldridge/Eaton, USA, 3rd


    The last Canadian team to get to JGPF was Ralph/Hill in 2009-2010 JGPF and the last Canadian Team medal at Jr. Worlds was Paul/Islam in 2010.


    That said, it's clear that the U.S./Canadian dancers have been nipping at the heels of the podium, so it's not surprising to see them do so well this season.

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