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    The super young new generation:

    Anastasia Gubanova (December 2, 2002)

    Hold your breath for Nugumanova Elizabeth (August 25, 2002)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    8 girls got the 60 mark score
    Tsurskaya might win junior nationals ( a long shot with her PCS and needs better skating skills/speed )
    if she does her 3-3-3 and 3-3 in the LP

    Girls SP Results:

    1 Serafima Sakhanovich 67.82
    2 Maria Sotskova 64.26
    3 Polina Tsurskaya 63.58
    4 Evgenia Medvedeva 63.25
    5 Alexandra Proklova 63.24
    6 Elizaveta Yushchenko 61.53
    7 Victoria Bezrukova 61.09
    8 Natalia Ogoreltsvea 60.92
    9 Anastasia Gubanova 58.75
    10 Anastasia Kolomiets 58.37
    11 Alsou Kayumova 55.95
    12 Valeria Mikhailova 53.50
    13 Polina Drynkina 53.45
    14 Alexandra Fomina 48.08
    15 Anastasia Bugakova 46.17
    16 Julia Lee 45.45
    17 Sofia Istomina 44.10
    18 Anastasia Zinkina 38.08
    Thanks for all the info sky_fly! And for the videos Finnstep
    Correct me if I'm wrong but is Tsurskaya coached by Tutberidze?

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    Gubanova is really good, very good skating skills for someone so young
    has 3-3 and good jump height and technique except for her a bit telegraphed 2A

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    a travsety, Sotkova getting lower PCS than Sakhanovich
    not that high TES, wonky 3-3 and mistake on Sotskova's 3loop/UR ? which usually is her best triple jump

    Tsurskaya debut, she went clean but low PCS
    good kate by Yuschenko onl 3T-3T, Medvedeva is getting buried in PCS, she is sooo slow on the ice
    anyone but bent knees Sakhanovich must win junior nationals
    What bugs me about Sakhanovich is (what appears to be) a constant bopping up and down motion of her entire body.
    Otherwise I think she has some nice elements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowdive View Post
    Thanks for all the info sky_fly! And for the videos Finnstep
    Correct me if I'm wrong but is Tsurskaya coached by Tutberidze?
    Yes, Tsurskaya is coached by Tutberidze according to her profile.

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    Anastasia Gubanova (December 2, 2002).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowdive View Post
    What bugs me about Sakhanovich is (what appears to be) a constant bopping up and down motion of her entire body.
    Otherwise I think she has some nice elements.
    also Sakhanovich pitch forwards and bends her knees so low
    not really good for her jumps once she grows

    Sotskova leans forward on her landings but probably because she is tall, but I like Sotskova deserves the highest PCS

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    I think that the PCS ranking should have been: 1) Sotskova ("clean" skate with very good CH and IN) 2) Proklova (because of the fall) 3) Sakhanovich 4) Medvedeva
    I don't understand why the national judges keep holding Sakhanovich up, her PCS internationally are usually a lot lower
    Anyway, very good skates from all these girls! (As for now, the WJ team is probably Radionova+Sakhanovich+Sotskova, unless one among Sakhanovich or Sotskova has an incredible meltdown in the FS)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pororocheburashka View Post
    The super young new generation:

    Anastasia Gubanova (December 2, 2002)
    Anastasia Gubanova is very well known in Russia, as girl who first landed triple (3F) at competition before her 9th birthday.
    And many good results after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polycon View Post
    Anastasia Gubanova (December 2, 2002).
    her SP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04RX5heUbhM

    probably the most rounded prototype skater amongst the Russian girls
    the best Russian in terms of skating skills and speed ( even better than Proklova ), good jump height, technique, good carriage
    just needs to fix a bit her 2A telegraphing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowdive View Post
    What bugs me about Sakhanovich is (what appears to be) a constant bopping up and down motion of her entire body.
    Otherwise I think she has some nice elements.
    Yes, her landing bothers me too, especially she does that to all her jumps. Otherwise, she has very strong skating skills.
    I think it is extremely difficult to fix that problem now for her. And she may loose all of her jumps sometime.

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    Girls FS start order:http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1314/...314/SEG010.HTM

    Warm-Up Group 1
    1 Alexandera Fomina
    2 Polina Drynkina
    3 Anastasia Zinkina
    4 Anastasia Bugakova
    5 Julia Lee
    6 Sofia Istomina

    Warm-Up Group 2
    7 Victoria Bezrukova
    8 Natalia Ogoreltseva
    9 Anastasia Kolomiets
    10 Valeria Mikhailova
    11 Alsu Kayumova
    12 Anastasia Gubanova

    Warm-Up Group 3
    13 Evgenia Medvedeva
    14 Elizaveta Yushchenko
    15 Alexandra Proklova
    16 Maria Sotskova
    17 Serafima Sakhanovich
    18 Polina Tsurskaya

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    FS practice
    Tsurskaya plans her 3lz-3t-3t seq and another 3-3

    Polina Tsurskaya http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndxTM2VFNRg
    Maria Sotskova http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuIypcWU7dE
    Serafima Sakhanovich http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8nAfPgJzh0

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    Julia Li is finishing in last place
    not that surprised as her jump technique was always bad

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    Poor li!

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