It has already been written earlier in this thread that Joshi will go to worlds. Skate Sweden have also confirmed this.
Originally Posted by Ziggy
Phew, Ziggy, no need for you to become a criminal
Joshi named for WC.
…Joshi came back strong after an injury which kept her off ice for most of the autumn… 9th at Europeans in Budapest… her third top ten placement at Euros shows consistency… this is her second world's… at her first in 2011, she was in 15th place
First substitute Vikoria, second Isabelle
GO Joshi! Your time to shine.
I've wondered the same.. I don't like the music and the choreo is a bit strange but I think her dress is fine! The problem Juulia has is her jumps. She hasn't improved much during the past 3 years and it's not about her coach (Juulia has several younger training mates who have learned almost all triples). Juulia is already 19 so I'm not too optimistic about her learning new jumps... I was really impressed by the younger Finns at the Nordics. Both Saarinen and Efimenko did very well. There was also a young Swedish skater Anita Östlund (born 2001) who did a nice 3T+3T and 3Lo! I'm glad Sweden is sending Joshi to Worlds. I expect to see Viktoria continue her career at least for one more season, since the Euros will be held in Sweden next year.
Originally Posted by Carmen95