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    Viktoria Vasilieva

    Viktoria Vasilieva is Russian figure skater. She was born November 25, 2003. Her coach: Victoria Butsaeva.

    This girl has enjoyable axel and she is very fast.

    Her last competition - Russian Cup Final 2017. She was second in SP and first in FS. And took second place overall.
    Short Program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYnMOu2FWWc
    Free Skate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxEoYP42ajE

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    Moscow Qualifiers for Nationals Elder Age. She was 3rd. She qualified for Nationals Elder Age.

    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYxzl-sxLS8
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3tAvysynQQ

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    Despite the fact that she was only 13th at the Russian Junior Championships she still have a decent chance to make it to the Russian JGP team next season but she needs to do well at the Nationals Elder Age. It will not be easy for her to medal there but if she does then she might very well make her JGP debut next season. As expected Nationals Elder Age will be a very high quality event because Panenkova, Trusova, Gulyakova, Tarakanova, Samodurova and Lozko will be there also. Fedichkina too might be there but I am not sure about that. Kurakova didn't take part to the Moscow qualification event but as we have seen in the past her name might still appear on the entry list. In theory Shcherbakova's name might also appear on the entry list but I kind of doubt that Russian Fed would add her here.

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    She seems to have very up and down results. Quite a few of them in 170s, which is not a great result for a Junior lady in Russia, but then again some great results. At the last competition (Moscow perevenstvo) she managed to beat Trusova and Tarakanova, who are among the strongest in her age group, and at the Russian cup final she placed second and beat Trusova, Tarakanova, Kurakova, Guliakova, Samodurova, Lozko, Sherbakova, Nugumanova and Tarusina. That shows that she can beat the others, but she needs to be more consistent. The problem is that there is far too many of great ones, so placing consistently will be very important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    Despite the fact that she was only 13th at the Russian Junior Championships she still have a decent chance to make it to the Russian JGP team next season but she needs to do well at the Nationals Elder Age. It will not be easy for her to medal there but if she does then she might very well make her JGP debut next season. As expected Nationals Elder Age will be a very high quality event because Panenkova, Trusova, Gulyakova, Tarakanova, Samodurova and Lozko will be there also.
    Medal seems unlikely now since she had a big error today.

    Nationals Elder Age.
    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHuA6tQaRKc

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    Nationals Elder Age. She was 6th.

    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dVf0yfGeMk

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