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    2014 Russian Junior Championships Schedule

    http://fsrussia.ru/lib/104_pervenstv...redi-yuniorov/

    Dates: 22 - 25 January 2014

    Venue: Saransk, Republic of Mordovia Ice Palace

    Discharges : CCM

    Types : single skating , pair skating , ice dancing



    schedule of events

    January 22 - Wednesday

    organizational measures

    16.00 - 17.30 - Meeting of judges and technical teams

    18.00 - 19.00 - Draw participants Championships



    January 23 - Thursday

    14.00 - 16.30 - Boys , Short Program

    16.50 - 17.20 - Opening Ceremony

    17.35 - 19.30 - Pairs Short Program

    19.45 - 22.00 - Short Dance



    January 24 - Friday

    14.00 - 16.30 - Girls , Short Program

    16.45 - 19.30 - Boys , any program

    19.45 - 22.00 - Free Dance



    January 25 - Saturday

    12.00 - 14.45 - Girls , Free Skating

    15.00 - 17.05 - Pairs Free Skating

    17.30 - 18.00 - Awarding of winners of competitions

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    So who will be fighting for the ladies junior worlds team? Is Radionova automatically going? Sotskova, Sakhanovich, Medvedeva, Proklova... Elizaveta Iushenko? And will Anna Pogorilaya go back to junior worlds after a successful senior GP debut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    So who will be fighting for the ladies junior worlds team? Is Radionova automatically going? Sotskova, Sakhanovich, Medvedeva, Proklova... Elizaveta Iushenko? And will Anna Pogorilaya go back to junior worlds after a successful senior GP debut?
    Radionova will compete at junior nationals along with Pogorilaya

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    Wow~~ That means all those wonderful junior ladies are basically competing for one spot? No wonder Sotskova gave up senior national. It's so insane that the JGPF winner may not even be on the world junior team. Are they going to decide who is going based on whoever wins gold here?
    If I got to choose, I really want both Proklova and Sotskova to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippomoomin View Post
    Wow~~ That means all those wonderful junior ladies are basically competing for one spot? No wonder Sotskova gave up senior national. It's so insane that the JGPF winner may not even be on the world junior team. Are they going to decide who is going based on whoever wins gold here?
    If I got to choose, I really want both Proklova and Sotskova to go.
    I think only Radionova is a lock for Junior Worlds team. At the senior nationals all of Proklova, Sakhanovich and Medvedeva beat Pogorilaya. So we can basically say that with Sotskova 5 girls are fighting for 2 spots. But ice is slippery, maybe 3 will beat Radionova and go.

    Anyway, since the senior GP rules have changed, these four girls have to do junior grand prix next season once again. And then they have one more JGP final and Junior Worlds to fight for.

    My choices: Radionova/Sakhanovich/Sotskova will be a great team since Proklova is a very little girl.

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    My choice is Radionova, Sakhanovich, Proklova.

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    Radionova will miss junior nationals due to ilness. But i sm 99% sure she will go to junior worlds. She had a sucessful year)

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