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Thread: Pairs FS - 2014 Russian Championships

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsLiinaLii View Post
    Trankov said it will be level 1.
    Btw, he really explains everything really well. Like his remarks and explainations.
    Thanks. God, I wish I could understand Russian
    It's odd to see a pair going on purpose for a level 1 element though.

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    missed the feed
    Antipova fell ? no combo

    oops another fluke fall

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    missed the feed
    Antipova fell ? no combo
    Yep. Plus, both throws with slight hesitations and a big disaster on a lif

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    disaster skate

    will fall behind Fedorova/Miroshkin and Davkova/Deputat

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    At least Liubov was something special, even when she was unable to land her triples. I miss her.

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    Jeez what an unfortunate freak fall for Julia Antipova / Nodari Maisuradze. Their throw twist is incredible though!

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    I like this pair, too bad they had a bad day. But Julia is good, and for me better than Liubov. She was single skater before, wasn"t she?
    Anyway, good luck next season!

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    Gerboldt / Enbert two single skaters together can now be pairs, anyone can

    will get overscored for sure even with two footed throws

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    Antipova/Maisuradze first because of PCS. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Gerboldt / Enbert two single skaters together can now be pairs, anyone can

    will get overscored for sure
    Honestly, they had so much time now to learn to skate like a pair but they still look like two single skaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Antipova/Maisuradze first because of PCS. :/
    1 point ahead overall against Fedorova/Miroshkin

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    G/E should be behind D/D and F/M IMO. But probably they won't be.

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    get ready for Gerboldt / Enbert inflated marks

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    Mirunna, I miss her too. They both looked fabulous on and off the ice. I am truly sorry that Liubov was unable to continue her career w/ Kocon. If Russians were reluctant to let her go, the least they could do is find her a really good partner, otherwise it seems awfully unfair towards her. She is still very young, she can pursue her career for as long as she wants.

    I can't say that I enjoy this year's Russian Nationals w/o Kavaguti/Smirnov, I do hope Alex gets better, and we shall see him in the Olympics.

    Right now the Nationals seem to me a bit below the usual standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliata View Post
    Mirunna, I miss her too. They both looked fabulous on and off the ice. I am truly sorry that Liubov was unable to continue her career w/ Kocon. If Russians were reluctant to let her go, the least they could do is find her a really good partner, otherwise it seems awfully unfair towards her. She is still very young, she can pursue her career for as long as she wants.

    I can't say that I enjoy this year's Russian Nationals w/o Kavaguti/Smirnov, I do hope Alex gets better, and we shall see him in the Olympics.

    Right now the Nationals seem to me a bit below the usual standard.
    Any news on her? Is she still in Russia searching for a partner or did she gave up? Nationals are a bit underwhelming so far, but I look forward to S/K and B/L fight

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