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    a new star is born
    Anastasia Gubanova, 11 years old

    very good skating skills, good lines, speed, difficult exits with big jumps, good technique
    the most well rounded prototype Russian skater.

    wow huge score 173.71 points
    might finish in Top 5 or 6

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    JGP spots will not be enough for these talented ladies. But going through puberty, Im sure few of them will survive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    JGP spots will not be enough for these talented ladies. But going through puberty, Im sure few of them will survive.
    Even at half the level they are at now they'd be a million times better than the whole senior lineup at 2007 and 2008 Russian nationals lol!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    Even at half the level they are at now they'd be a million times better than the whole senior lineup at 2007 and 2008 Russian nationals lol!!!
    Of course. Some of them will be future olympic medalists. I meant few of them will be like Adelina. Most will have problems like Liza or Polina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    JGP spots will not be enough for these talented ladies. But going through puberty, Im sure few of them will survive.
    thats the good thing about depth because some will bound to survive puberty
    the scaring thing here is every year its sort of a factory where new girls keep coming up technically and pushing the older girls back

    some of these juniors btw arent eligible for JGP until 2015 or 2016 season

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    I'm in love with Russia

    Can you imagine that Evseeva Valeria D. (March 13, 2002) was ahead of Anastasia Gubanova
    at Russian Championship (Jr. taken.) 2013 (Stary Oskol)? 1. Valeria Evseeva 188.22 2. Anastasia Gubanova 180.72. ,
    So many talents in Russia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pororocheburashka View Post
    I'm love with skating.

    Can you imagine that Evseeva Valeria D. (March 13, 2002) was ahead of Anastasia Gubanova
    at Russian Championship (Jr. taken.) 2013 (Stary Oskol)? 1. Valeria Evseeva 188.22 2. Anastasia Gubanova 180.72. ,
    So many talents in Russia!
    Evseeva insn't that good compared to Gubanova, she has glaring flaws in jump technique and basic skating
    Gubanova is landing 3F-3T at 11 years old now and landed her first 3F at 9 years old
    her skating skills is probabay the best amongst the younger russian girls

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    Yes i know it

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    Medvedeva getting higher PCS than Gubanova
    who is really Slow as Molasses on the ice

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    I want to post the same.
    Gubanova FP looking better than Medvedeva.
    Maybe anyone with more knowledge can explain me WHY?

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    Proklova left room for Sotskova
    looks like Sakhanovich will be winning the junior title with her terrible bent knees

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    Is Polina Tsurskaya eligible for Jr. Worlds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirunna View Post
    Is Polina Tsurskaya eligible for Jr. Worlds?
    No,

    Sotskova FS: 127.43 good score
    I hope Sotskova wins junior nationals but its probably a long shot now
    Sakahnovich will get 130+ in FS with higher PCS

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    No,

    I hope Sotskova wins junior nationals but its probably a long shot now
    Sakahnovich will get 130+ in FS with higher PCS
    Thank you.
    To be fair, Sotskova's LP isn't that good and I would give Serafima maybe better SS mark. Other than that, I prefer Maria overall as a skater and her jump technique is way better.
    So Proklova gets on the team even with a fourth place I assume, especially since she had a great Sr nationals too. She is my favorite from the current juniors

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    and Sakhanovich wins and with higher PCS of course, what a joke
    international judges would mark Sotskova higher in PCS

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