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    Ukrainan Open 2013: Dec 18-21 [Kiev, Ukraine]

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    Ladies

    1. Anastasia Galustian ARM
    2. Hsikh GiaGen TPE
    3. Peters Clara IRL
    4. Alina Fedorova LAT
    5. Maxwell Fler LUX
    6. Svetlana Lebedeva RUS
    7. Elizaveta Milovanova RUS
    8. Sophia Mishina RUS
    9. Kim Falconer RSA
    10. Alina Beletskaya UKR
    11. Maria Gavrilova UKR
    12. Anastasia Kononenko UKR
    13. Alina Milevskaya UKR
    14. Natalia Popova UKR
    15. Ana Khnytchenkova UKR
    16. Anastasia Yalovaya UKR

    Men

    1. Florian Gosteli NED
    2. Vladislav Smirnov RUS
    3. Yakov Godorozha UKR
    4. Dmitriy Ignatenko UKR
    5. Oganes Mkrtchan UKR
    6. Ivan Pavlov UKR
    7. Yaroslav Paniot UKR
    8. Igor Reznichenko UKR

    Pairs

    1. Maria Palyakova / Nikita Bochkov BLR
    2. Alexandra Minina / Semen Stepanov RUS
    3. Arina Voevodina / Mikhail Akulov RUS
    4. Yulia Lavrentyeva / Yuri Rudyk UKR
    5. Elizaveta Usmantseva / Roman Talan UKR

    Ice dance

    1. Yulia Zlobina / Alexey Sytnikov AZE
    2. Emanuela Porter / Bruce Porter AZE
    3. Irina Schtork / Rand Taavi EST
    4. Angelina Telegina / Otar Djaparidze GEO
    5. Rid Alison / Vasiliy Rogov ISR
    6. Koleto Timati Williams / Min Yura KOR
    7. Valeria Gaystruk / Alexey Oleynik UKR
    8. Anastasia Galeta / Brown Avidan UKR
    9. Lolita Ermak / Alexey Shumskiy UKR
    10. Nadezhda Frolenkova / Vitaliy Nikiforov UKR
    11. Shivon Hickin-Kennedy / Dmitriy Dun UKR
    12. Elizaveta Tretyakova / Viktor Kovalenko UZB

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    Thanks for posting this-the Dance competition looks quite interesting.

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    It's fantastic to see the Ukrainian Federation put on such a big show. Hopefully it can help to raise the profile of figure skating in Ukraine.

    I also think that it's a good decision to make this competition decide who represents Ukraine at Euros and Olympic, given the international judging panel.

    This is going to be the first international competition for Min/Koleto, who will be looking for the minimum points for Four Continents.

    On a totally different note, the amount of spelling errors in the names on the entry list is .

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    I imagine they were done with some kind of transliteration tool? The mistakes are really pretty amazing,

    Rid for Reed is particularly

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    For Ukrainian skaters this competition is qualifying for Euro, Olympics and Worlds.

    It is written at http://www.ukrainianopen.com/ru/ukrainianopen2013/
    Or http://www.ukrainianopen.com/en/ukrainianopen2013/ (English).

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    Avidan Brown skating for Ukraine? I thought he skated for GBR. And before that for Israel... while being born in the USA...

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    It's not easy to find partners at your own level.

    IIRC, you need at least 4 skaters/team, representing 3 different countries in order for the event to be eligible for the ISU ranking points. I hope that nobody is going to withdraw from the Men or Pairs events.

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    There are Live Video and Online Results
    http://ufsf.org/live1.html#.UrHYcCfTC40

    Just now - Ice Dance SD.

    Before were Pairs SP and Ladies SP.

    Ladies:
    Clara Peters is nice girl with nice skating. Not so good jumps, unfortunately.
    Maria Stavitskaia is really nice. Good skating if remember her injury, she started practice about one and half month.

    After SP
    1. Svetlana Lebedeva (1999) RUS
    2. Maria Stavitskaia (1997) RUS
    3. Natalia Popova UKR

    There are two Ladies from Russia (others WD), 1 and 2 places after SP.

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    Only Ukrainian men left in the Men event, therefore it won't count for ISU ranking points. Pairs is cool though as there are 4 teams from 3 different countries competing.

    Min/Koleto needed TES 18 for the 4CC SD minimum and they made it. With 23.25, they fell short of the very steep TES 28 required for Worlds, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Only Ukrainian men left in the Men event, therefore it won't count for ISU ranking points. Pairs is cool though as there are 4 teams from 3 different countries competing.

    Min/Koleto needed TES 18 for the 4CC SD minimum and they made it. With 23.25, they fell short of the very steep TES 28 required for Worlds, though.
    It is also Ukrainian national championship. Yes, no ranking points, but Nationals.
    This competition is too close in time to Nationals of european countries, Men have not time to be in Kiev now.

    Clara Peters has 19.57 TES in SP. Only 0,43 less than needed for Euro technical minimum. So close. I want her to earn technical minimum and be at Euro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Clara Peters has 19.57 TES in SP. Only 0,43 less than needed for Euro technical minimum. So close. I want her to earn technical minimum and be at Euro.
    Yes, that was a real shame. :(

    She might not have triples but she's a great performer and a joy to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Yes, that was a real shame. :(

    She might not have triples but she's a great performer and a joy to watch.
    Pl. Name Nation TSS= TES+ PCS+ SS TR PE CH IN Deduction- StN.
    5 Clara PETERS IRL 86.61 40.20 46.41 5.75 5.50 5.92 5.92 5.92 0.00 #7

    She earned TES 40.20, so has FS technical minimum score for Euro.

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    IIRC, Peters had the FS TES already and just needs the SP one.

    I feel a bit sorry for Usmantseva/Talan. They bombed in the FS but they attempted much more difficult content than Lavrentieva/Rudyk in both programs. And they did win the olympic spot in the first place.

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