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    Ladies - Final Results

    1. Julia Sebestyen (HUN)
    2. Elena Liashenko (UKR)
    3. Elena Sokolova (RUS)
    4. Viktoria Pavuk (HUN)
    5. Carolina Kostner (ITA)
    6. Susanna Poykio (FIN)
    7. Alisa Drei (FIN)
    8. Julia Lautowa (AUT)
    9. Zuzanna Babiakova (SVK)
    10. Sarah Meier (SUI)

    Placements for the Free Skate:
    http://www.isufs.org/results/ec2004/seg008.htm

    Overall results:
    http://www.isufs.org/results/ec2004/cat002rs.htm

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    CONGRATS TO JULIA!!

    She's always had the talent, and in the last couple of seasons she was also able to demonstrate she could put together a good long and a good short in the same competition. Good for her! And to win it in her home town, too! The crowd must have been ecstatic!

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    Wow. Awesome for her. Nice to see Liashenko do well, too. Sokolova must have had a good long.

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    I am so happy for Elena Sokolova! I am very proud of her to come back after 6th in the short and to claim a medal. Russian Federation must be happy too, to get medals in all 4 disciplines. Do they get to keep 3 spots for the ladies, or is just 2 now?

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    Originally posted by STL_Blues_fan
    Do they get to keep 3 spots for the ladies, or is just 2 now?
    It's just two because the other Russian placed 15trh.

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    good for sokolova!!!! :D

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    Originally posted by Antilles
    Wow. Awesome for her. Nice to see Liashenko do well, too. Sokolova must have had a good long.
    Sokolova did 2 Triple-Triple-combinations.

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    Formula

    As it stands now, I believe the magic number for sending 3 skaters back to a competition is 14. For example, If England had two ladies competing that placed 6th and 7th respectively, then they would be given an additional member to their team since the total of their placements would be 13. However, if they placed 7th and 8th they would keep 2 memebers since their combined placements would be 15, one over the magic number.

    In the same way, ANY country that has a medalist and another skater in the top ten, automatically gets another team bearth.

    This, allegedly, lets counties with deep fields to keep sending 3 team members to the competition. The poster above is correct, Russian ladies will not be able to send an additional member to the competition next year because Liashenko medaled, but there was not another Russian lady in the top 10.

    There are also "magic numbers" to send 2 members, as well, and I think that number may be somewhere between 18 &21. In most cases, one of the skaters MUST place in the top ten to achieve this.

    Hope this explains rather than confuses.

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    Good job for Sokolova, to come back in the long...and also nice to see Meier finish in the top ten...

    Kasey

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    Re: Formula

    Originally posted by sk8m8

    In the same way, ANY country that has a medalist and another skater in the top ten, automatically gets another team bearth.

    This, allegedly, lets counties with deep fields to keep sending 3 team members to the competition. The poster above is correct, Russian ladies will not be able to send an additional member to the competition next year because Liashenko medaled, but there was not another Russian lady in the top 10.
    Sk8m8 - I think you meand Sokolova and not Liashenko (Uriaine). but your point is well taken. Now for two skaters next year, Sokolova in third place satisfies the criteria for sending 2 katers. Am I correct?

    Now does Hungary get 3 skaters? Their total is 1 + 4.

    Joe

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    Does Hungary have enough female skaters to fill three spots?

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    Can someone tell me where was Viktoria Volchkova/???

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    I can't believe Sebestyn won at home. I want to see this on TV next week. She and the crowd must have been ecstatic.

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    Wow I just downloaded Pavuk's SP and all I can say is yeah! I hope she sticks around cus I think I just found myself another fav. from Europe. I guess she could need a little more refining, but I like what I'm seein', and it's not a bad result for her.Can't wait to see the programs on TV, all I need is a working VCR:\ .

    Congrats to Sebesteyen, and major congrats to Sokolova, I think this puts her as a contender for Worlds.
    Last edited by kappa_1; 02-07-2004 at 11:58 PM.

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    Originally posted by chania36
    Can someone tell me where was Viktoria Volchkova???
    Due to finishing 6th at Russian Nationals with a poor skate, Volchkova did not qualify for the Russian team.

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