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    Protocols http://fsrussia.ru/upl/ckeditor/5684632.pdf

    Final Results Junior Ladies, Top 6 of 24
    Fpl. Name City Points SP FS SP_Video FS_Video
    1 Polina Drynkina Moscow 164.16 1 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=detXpoJJ04s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvCmc8u3SIQ
    2 Anastasia Kolomiets StPetersburg 163.36 4 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWpVDk_ubhE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSlUjg9aU44
    3 Diana Pervushkina Toliatti 161.47 2 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciyOzDi_JpQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RA3vISDSuw
    4 Alisa Fedichkina Rostov-on-Don 157.56 7 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4ofryaT1TE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAHNbhf5BPA
    5 Viktoria Bezrukova Moscow 155.06 14 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGq54G99Pzg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZEgd0LXR-0
    6 Alsu Kajumova Moscow 153.53 8 6 (FS only) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGPDJYJ2OtE

    Only Kolomiets, Pervushkina and Kajumova are age eligible to JGP next season.

    Alisa Fedichkina - very nice and interesting young skater, born 14 Feb 2002.
    7 triples in FS, combos 2A+3T+2T, 2A+3T, 3Lz+2T - the same set of jumping elements as at Lipnitskaia's FS in her winning season 2011/2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    Protocols http://fsrussia.ru/upl/ckeditor/5684632.pdf

    Final Results Junior Ladies, Top 6 of 24
    Fpl. Name City Points SP FS SP_Video
    1 Polina Drynkina Moscow 164.16 1 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=detXpoJJ04s
    2 Anastasia Kolomiets StPetersburg 163.36 4 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWpVDk_ubhE
    3 Diana Pervushkina Toliatti 161.47 2 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciyOzDi_JpQ
    4 Alisa Fedichkina Rostov-on-Don 157.56 7 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4ofryaT1TE
    5 Viktoria Bezrukova Moscow 155.06 14 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGq54G99Pzg
    6 Alsu Kajumova Moscow 153.53 8 6

    Only Kolomiets, Pervushkina and Kajumova are age eligible to JGP next season.

    Alisa Fedichkina - very nice and interesting young skater, born 14 Feb 2002.
    7 triples in FS, combos 2A+3T+2T, 2A+3T, 3Lz+2T - the same set of jumping elements as at Lipnitskaia's FS in her winning season 2011/2012.
    Wow, Alisa is really talented!! I really like her skating!! Thank you AlexRus!

    By the way AlexRus, who are these top skaters being coached by? Do you think Kolomiets will get JGP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    By the way AlexRus, who are these top skaters being coached by? Do you think Kolomiets will get JGP?
    In parenthesises - most known skater of coach.

    Polina Drynkina - coach Anna Tsareva (Anna Pogorilaya)
    Anastasia Kolomiets - Marina Teterina
    Diana Pervushkina - Marina Baranova
    Alisa Fedichkina - Irina Deminova
    Viktoria Bezrukova and Alsu Kajumova - Inna Goncharenko (Elena Radionova)

    Yes, Kolomiets may get JGP, she has good results of this season. It depends on her state at the beginning of season 2014/2015? and on state of other pretenders. I don't think that she is very interesting - not so good skating skills and choreo.

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    Podium photo of Ladies.
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    Polina Drynkina's light smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_fly20 View Post
    Proklova is still small

    Radionova has bad 2A hop with no flow at all, even Julia's is better
    and she destroyed Samarin with his 3A downfall
    Most Russian coach's can't teach axel technique well other than Mishin and Volchkova. Look at Tutberidze's students such as Julia and Medvedeva, neither have great 2A technique. You need to stop picking on Goncharenko because her students are a threat to your favourites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamboni step View Post
    Most Russian coach's can't teach axel technique well other than Mishin and Volchkova. Look at Tutberidze's students such as Julia and Medvedeva, neither have great 2A technique. You need to stop picking on Goncharenko because her students are a threat to your favourites.
    I agree that sky_fly20 is picking on Goncharenko, but I don't think anyone takes sky_fly20 seriously, after sky_fly20's frequently picking on skaters' size and weight.

    I disagree that most Russian coaches can't teach axel technique well. The posters are complaining that the 2A of many Russian skaters is too low , but that's the technique you use when you are planning to add 3T after the 2A. And most Russians skaters use this combination. If you do high or huge 2A, it is much harder to add the 3T because you need much more control on the landing of the 2A. Take notice Mao Asada at worlds this year. She landed beautiful 3A in her FS, but when she was supposed to do 2A-3T she messed up the 2A and the 3T did not happen. The same with Gracie Gold in the FS - planned 2A-3T, but the 3T did not happen. If 2A is huge, it is VERY hard to add 3T. I am not saying impossible, but far too risky. If the 2A is low, as long as it is fully rotated, it is counted, so why make it huge and risk the success of the combination?

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    Alex, when will we know who made the Russian team for the next season? I am curious what they do with Korobeynikova, Gosviani etc. Will they put them in Reserve, or will Korobeynikova end up completely off the team? And what about skaters like Stavitskaya and Gerasimova who were injured for most of the season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    Alex, when will we know who made the Russian team for the next season? I am curious what they do with Korobeynikova, Gosviani etc. Will they put them in Reserve, or will Korobeynikova end up completely off the team? And what about skaters like Stavitskaya and Gerasimova who were injured for most of the season?
    Nobody knows.

    At about 15 May (most probably) will be published official info about Team Russia for season 2014/2015.
    As we know from previous seasons, some points may look as paradox. Stronger skater in lower part and so.

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    http://m.fotki.yandex.ru/users/mihsersh/view/987821/

    I think funny this russian kid is dressed like 2009 lysacek

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmyers View Post
    http://m.fotki.yandex.ru/users/mihsersh/view/987821/

    I think funny this russian kid is dressed like 2009 lysacek
    http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/mihsers...987821/?page=0 - the same with better quality and set of different resolutions.

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    What's wrong with Volchkova's group? Istomina couldn't compete with top girls in the recent competitions.

    Don't mean to be offensive on their team, but there must be a problem. I understand Korobeynikova and Sherhak grew so tall, but they lost a lot from their previous forms. Is it just result of growing so tall? And Biryukova never held it together to be competitive inside Russia.

    So sad. I was happy to see Volchkova's students strong when Korobeynikova was 4th at Euros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totentanz View Post
    What's wrong with Volchkova's group? Istomina couldn't compete with top girls in the recent competitions.

    Don't mean to be offensive on their team, but there must be a problem. I understand Korobeynikova and Sherhak grew so tall, but they lost a lot from their previous forms. Is it just result of growing so tall? And Biryukova never held it together to be competitive inside Russia.

    So sad. I was happy to see Volchkova's students strong when Korobeynikova was 4th at Euros.
    I don't know if anything is going with Volchkova's group, but with Korobeynikova and Sherhak, not only they grew so tall, but their body went through puberty. When Korobeynikova was 4th at Euros, she had completely flat (pre-puberty) body, but she is the same age as Adelina and Adelina has been struggling with puberty the last 2-3 years. Only this last season Adelina become slightly more consistent. But Adelina has huge jumps whereas Polina has always been slightly tentative and changing her body made it much more difficult. Shershak is even taller than Polina and she really has curves. I think she has no chance now to get it anywhere. And unlike the others, she doesn't even have all her triples. In regards to Biryukova, she was never consistent and never at the same level as the majority Russian ladies (at least the top 10 at Russian nationals) are.

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