Ladies FS Czech Skate 2013
Warm-Up Group 1
1 Katarina KNEZEVIC SRB 24 28.97
2 Valentina MIKAC CRO 25 28.92
3 Alicia TSINGISSER EST 26 28.67
4 Arijana TIRAK BIH 27 21.36
5 Cristina LIN ARG 28 15.23
Warm-Up Group 2
6 Selin HAFIZOGLU TUR 21 33.21
7 Minami HANASHIRO GER 19 34.48
8 Nina Larissa WOLFSLAST AUT 23 31.25
9 Naja FERKOV SLO 22 33.06
10 Mila MORELISSEN NED 20 34.07
Warm-Up Group 3
11 Dominika MURCKOVA SVK 18 34.94
12 Klara SVETLIKOVA CZE 15 37.09
13 Dorka HAVASI HUN 13 40.62
14 Lana BAGEN GBR 14 39.02
15 Kelsey WONG CAN 17 35.83
16 Thita LAMSAM THA 16 35.89
Warm-Up Group 4
17 Anastasia GALUSTYAN ARM 12 45.45
18 Brooklee HAN AUS 11 47.09
19 Kaori SAKAMOTO JPN 7 52.80
20 Julianne SEGUIN CAN 9 48.10
21 Elizaveta UKOLOVA CZE 8 48.47
22 Hae Jin KIM KOR 10 47.90
Warm-Up Group 5
23 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS 3 57.74
24 Angela WANG USA 2 61.41
25 Riona KATO JPN 5 55.92
26 Amber GLENN USA 4 56.84
27 Alexandra PROKLOVA RUS 1 63.43
28 Jenni SAARINEN FIN 6 54.98
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A 7.16 TES from the Argentinian girl? What did she do? Skated around the rink a couple times and then called it a day?
Wang is a headcase and cannot skate a clean FS ?
No JGPF for Wang
why was she sent here again and and face Proklova, Sotskova, Kato
and not in Minsk where the field was very weak, with that score she still would have won silver
Oh, no, Angela:(. Good bye final! What happened? She used to have strong FS and bomb the SP. Now it is the opposite. I am so tired with so much figure skating, and upset because of Nikol and Christina who both fell 2 times in their LP yesterday, that I just can't watch Angela ruining herself. Maybe tomorrow.
Kato and now Amber Glenn is currently second
Originally Posted by IleK
are ahead of her. Wang could be in 5th position standing
I guess Sakhanovich is through as long as she wins gold in Estonia
also Sotskova got hosed on PCS
The judges are brutal! Level 1 spin all -3 GOE!
Originally Posted by Slowdive
It's hard to watch stuff like that, but I appreciate skating federations like Ireland & Argentina who are attempting to build their their programs from the ground up. Cristina Lin appears be from Buenos Aires & train in Buenos Aires. There's no other way for a nation with absolutely NO skating history to build a program than to get their skaters exposed to the best of their level. The skaters & coaches can gain a lot from attending these competitions, and I'm glad that their federations are willing to send them.
Originally Posted by gmyers
I love skaters from non-traditional powers. It's what I first liked about Yuna Kim.
Originally Posted by oleada
I hope the skaters learn a lot from this experience... and in my secret heart I always hope some kind coach or better skater will give them a few tips. I don't know if that happens in the real world. But I hope it does.