01-17-2014, 12:13 PM
Please don't say montalbano had a failed partnership. Poor girl broke her ankle and had two surgeries. He wouldn't wait for her. They were 11 two years ago here . I hate to keep defending her but rumors that arent true are awful. Shes wirking so hard. Last surgery was under skates with a plate a year ago
Originally Posted by SamuraiKike
01-17-2014, 11:11 PM
Thanks to everyone for PBPs!
Well put. Very diplomatic...
Originally Posted by Mao88
The Russians? That's funny - I thought that at the Olympic Games it was an international panel of judges. If they do prop up Lip, Sot, or both it will be because judges from around the globe agreed to do so.
Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy
Julia is only 15 years old. Of course she's still just a child, albeit an older one. Everyone matures at different times. Some girls that age still play with dolls. She certainly isn't a woman. I don't know about your neck of the woods but in my area a child is also legally anyone that is a minor.
Originally Posted by Layfan
Julia has said that she isn't necessarily portraying the very young little girl in Schindler's List but rather, IIRC, she seemed to say that she was more of a representation of all the children who suffered the nightmare that was the Holocaust.
I watched all of the videos. Leonova is as perky and cute as ever. I like her 'Kalinka' SP. Adelina, and Julia were spot on, Carolina was ethereal although her program seemed almost like an exhibition skate. And as someone suggested upthread, her low-cut costume seemed perhaps not appropriate for 'Ave Maria, which is obviously a religious-themed song.
01-18-2014, 04:43 AM
Haha -- I just watched Leonova's SP. I haven't laughed so hard watching skating in a long time.
Intentional comedy? Or unintentional?
Normally I don't comment on skaters I don't enjoy watching, but in this case I can't say I didn't enjoy ... it was funny! Russian Hillbilly comes to mind! Some people like that style I guess.
01-19-2014, 01:24 AM
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LADIES SHORT PROGRAM - VIDEOS & RESULT - Updated
1. Adelina SOTNIKOVA (RUS) - 70.73 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy, 4th Copy, 5th Copy, 6th Copy
2. Julia LIPNITSKAIA (RUS) - 69.97 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy, 4th Copy, 5th Copy, 6th Copy
3. Carolina KOSTNER (ITA) - 68.97 SP, 2nd copy, 3rd Copy, 4th Copy, 5th Copy, 6th Copy, 7th Copy
4. Alena LEONOVA (RUS) - 64.09 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy, 4th Copy
5. Mae Berenice MEITE (FRA) - 58.64 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 5th Copy
6. Valentina MARCHEI (ITA) - 57.38 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy, 4th Copy
7. Elene GEDEVANISHVILI (GEO) - 54.78 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy
8. Elena GLEBOVA (EST) - 54.68 Short Program, 2nd Copy
9. Joshi HELGESSON (SWE) - 54.25 Short Program, 2nd Copy
10. Nathalie WEINZIERL (GER) - 53.02 Short Prorgram, 2nd Copy
11. Viktoria HELGESSON (SWE) - 52.55 Short Program, 2nd Copy
12. Juulia TURKKILA (FIN) - 50.42 Short Program, 2nd Copy
13. Laurine LECAVELIER (FRA) - 49.12 Short Program, 2nd Copy
14. Nicole RAJICOVA (SVK) - 49.00 Short Program, 2nd Copy, 3rd Copy
15. Roberta RODEGHIERO (ITA) - 48.52 Short Program, 2nd Copy
16. Eliska BREZINOVA (CZE) - 47.10
17. Natalia POPOVA (UKR) - 47.01 Short Program, 2nd Copy
18. Anne Line GJERSEM (NOR) - 46.63 Short Program
19. Kaat VAN DAELE (BEL) - 46.18 Short Program, 2nd Copy
20. Marta GARCIA (ESP) - 44.61 Short Program, 2nd Copy
21. Inga JANULEVICIUTE (LTU) - 44.24 Short Program
22. Isabelle OLSSON (SWE) - 43.97 Short Program, 2nd Copy
23. Agata KRYGER (POL) - 43.59
24. Jenna MCCORKELL (GBR) - 39.59 Short Program
Complete Ladies Short Program, Ladies SP Groups 1+2, Ladies SP Groups 3+4, Ladies SP Groups 5+6