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    2016 Russian Junior Nationals Gen Info

    The 2016 Russian Junior Championships (Russian: Первенство России среди юниоров 2016) will be held in Chelyabinsk from January19-24, 2016. Competitors may qualify by competing in the Russian Cup series' junior-level events. The results in part are used to select the Youth Olympic Games and Junior Worlds teams.



    Revised Official Entry List
    http://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/co...rs_revised.pdf


    Videos & Results thread
    http://www.goldenskate.com/forum/sho...15#post1340615

    Schedule Info (thank you, golden411icecoverage!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Is there a schedule yet? ...
    Schedule:
    http://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/co...on_revised.pdf

    I've added basic translations (**corrections welcome**).

    19 января 2016 г., вторник Jan 19 Tue
    День приезда Day of arrival
    15.00 - 22.15 Тренировки по группам Training for groups

    20 января 2016 г., среда Jan 20 Wed

    08.00 - 18.30 Тренировки по группам Training for groups

    Мероприятия Events
    10.00 - 15.00 Мандатная комиссия Credentials commission
    18.30 - 19.45 Совещание судей Meeting of judges
    20.00 - 20.45 Жеребьевка участников Draw

    21 января 2016 г., четверг Jan 21 Thu
    14.00 - 16.30 Юноши, короткая программа Boys SP
    16.45 - 17.15 Открытие соревнований Opening ceremony
    17.30 - 20.00 Девушки, короткая программа Girls SP
    20.15 - 22.15 Танцы на льду, короткий танец SD

    22 января 2016 г., пятница Jan 22 Fri
    14.00 - 17.00 Юноши, произвольная программа Boys FS
    17.15 - 19.00 Пары, короткая программа Pairs SP
    19.15 - 22.00 Девушки, произвольная программа Girls FS
    22.15 - 22.45 Награждение победителей Victory ceremony

    23 января 2016 г., суббота Jan 23 Sat
    12.00 - 14.15 Танцы на льду, произвольный танец FD
    14.30 - 16.30 Пары, произвольная программа Pairs FS
    16.45 - 17.15 Награждение победителей Victory ceremony

    Отъезд участников Departure



    Practice schedule:
    http://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/co...e_training.pdf

    Practice groups:
    http://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/co...ing_groups.pdf
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    Yay to the most triples-packed competition of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Yay to the most triples-packed competition of the year
    Of the WHOLE new year?

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    The junior men will be fun...can we get a rough idea of who is qualified like we had for the seniors before they published the entry lists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverfoxes View Post
    The junior men will be fun...can we get a rough idea of who is qualified like we had for the seniors before they published the entry lists?
    Everyone who participated on the JGP are automatically qualified. You can start there.
    http://www.fskate.ru/results/tour/1424.html

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    Here's a projection of who will be at the event : http://goldenskate.com/forum/showthr...=1#post1311366

    Here is pretty much the same lists on a Russian forum: junior ladies, junior men, dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaVi View Post
    Here's a projection of who will be at the event : http://goldenskate.com/forum/showthr...=1#post1311366

    Here is pretty much the same lists on a Russian forum: junior ladies, junior men, dance.
    Perfect...thanks!

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    Here are the best performances from thus far of the season based off a mixture of scores, my subjective opinion, and a bias towards the latest performances when it's a tossup.

    JGP Participants:
    Alisa Fedichkina: SP at Latvia JGP, FS at Senior Nationals
    She hasn't really done a fully clean FS this season... but I think the tech panel at nationals was a bit strict... I could see every call made against her be seen as clean.
    Ekaterina Mitrofanova: SP at 3rd stage Cup of Russia, FS at 4th stage Cup of Russia
    Valeria Mikhaylova: SP at 4th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 4th stage Cup of Russia
    Polina Tsurskaya: SP at Senior Nationals, FS at GPF
    Maria Sotskova: SP at Senior Nationals, FS at Senior Nationals
    Serafima Sakhanovich: SP at Senior Nationals, LP at Senior Nationals
    Diana Pervushkina: SP at Senior Nationals. FS at Senior Nationals

    Projected Qualifiers from the Cup of Russia:
    Anastasia Gubanova: SP at 2nd stage Cup of Russia, FS at 1st stage Cup of Russia
    I think she "projected" the best at NRW trophy(SP, FS) but it's not a full junior program
    Anna Tarusina: SP at 2nd stage Cup of Russia ,FS at 5th stage Cup of Russia
    SP video for the 5th stage is a bit better, but the audio is out of sync
    Elizaveta Nugumanova: SP at 5th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 4th stage Cup of Russia
    Special mention to her SP at the Denkova-Staviski Cup... better jump layout performance-wise but she has problems rotating 3Lz+3T. Also, here's a cool exhibition to a live singer singing a song from I think The Little Mermaid.
    Alisa Lozko: SP at 4th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 4th stage Cup of Russia
    She scored higher for her SP(and overall) earlier, but I think the peferformance had improved here.
    Stanislava Konstantinova: SP at 2nd stage Cup of Russia, FS at Leo Scheu Memorial
    She received a giant score of 191.86 at the Tallin Trophy but there's no video of it because of google's copyright protection. No video of her Leo Scheu Memorial SP which probably would be linked if available.
    Alena Kostornaya: SP at Open Cup of Moscow Federation, FS at 2nd stage Cup of Russia
    Anastasia Tarakanova: SP at 5th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 5th stage Cup of Russia
    Sofia Samodurova: SP at 5th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 5th stage Cup of Russia
    Anastasia Mukhortova: SP at 3rd stage Cup of Russia, FS at Open Championship of Moscow
    Alina Zagitova: SP at 1st stage Cup of Russia, FS at 3rd stage Cup of Russia
    Ekaterina Kurakova: SP at 3rd stage Cup of Russia, FS at 3rd stage Cup of Russia
    She will be skating at the Mentor Nestlé Nesquik Torun Cup(GS Thread)... it will be interesting to see how she does and how others do in comparison to her considering she's the lowest ranked skater to qualify for Russian junior nationals.



    Projected Reservists:
    Elena Pavlova: SP at 3rd stage Cup of Russia, FS at 3rd stage Cup of Russia
    She had a score of 184.90 at the Michin Cup... beating Valeria Mikhaylova by 14 points. I kind of hope room is made for her to skate here.
    Elizaveta Yushchenko: SP at 5th stage Cup of Russia, FS at 5th stage Cup of Russia
    She should have moved up to the Senior level... she likely would have been able to skate in Senior nationals.

    One problem for Team Russia for next year is that so many of these skaters are doing 3Lo combinations... which should be the solo jump for the SP next year.
    Last edited by NaVi; 01-03-2016 at 12:19 PM.

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    I just fell in love with this Stanislava Konstantinova girl. I understand she is already 15 (old by Russian standards) and has not make her name yet, but there is something in her that keeps me watching, especially her Cirque du Soleil LP. Not sure what competition it is, but the video is of better quality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSLFMwj1sZI
    I confess I am a little addicted to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippomoomin View Post
    I just fell in love with this Stanislava Konstantinova girl. I understand she is already 15 (old by Russian standards) and has not make her name yet, but there is something in her that keeps me watching, especially her Cirque du Soleil LP. Not sure what competition it is, but the video is of better quality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSLFMwj1sZI
    I confess I am a little addicted to it.
    My heart just pulsed with joy when I saw your post
    That's exactly what happened to me few weeks ago although I somehow prefer her SP over FS... She's got something that makes me want to watch her over and over again. The video is from Panin Memorial, a Russian domestic competition held in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    The results in part are used to select the Youth Olympic Games and Junior Worlds teams.
    The Youth Olympic Games team must be decided before junior nationals.

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    2016 Russian Junior Nationals

    Live stream link anyone?

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    Let's hope she will develop to at least the level of Maria A. so that we can see her at some senior B events in the years to come.


    Quote Originally Posted by Perdita View Post
    My heart just pulsed with joy when I saw your post
    That's exactly what happened to me few weeks ago although I somehow prefer her SP over FS... She's got something that makes me want to watch her over and over again. The video is from Panin Memorial, a Russian domestic competition held in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaVi View Post
    Ekaterina Kurakova: SP at 3rd stage Cup of Russia, FS at 3rd stage Cup of Russia
    She will be skating at the Mentor Nestlé Nesquik Torun Cup(GS Thread)... it will be interesting to see how she does and how others do in comparison to her considering she's the lowest ranked skater to qualify for Russian junior nationals.
    So, she actually won the event... and her score of 153.62 was also the highest score even counting the seniors. OK score considering she had a turnout and doubled the 2T in her SP combo... and the judging for everyone seemed a bit stiff. I'm actually kind of sad that no one was able to score higher.

    Short Program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfKaQ6a9gNs
    Free Skate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ssn8h-XDqA

    She also backloaded her FS which shows she's gunning for a top 6 finish... I wonder what other jump decisions others will make. IIRC, Mitrofanova(who is kind of on the cusp of being in the top 6) had been experimenting with the 3Lz+3T at some of the local non-Cup of Russia competitions and having mixed luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NaVi View Post
    So, she actually won the event... and her score of 153.62 was also the highest score even counting the seniors.

    She also backloaded her FS which shows she's gunning for a top 6 finish...
    Kurakova at TOP 6! That would be a HUGE shocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaVi View Post
    Projected Qualifiers from the Cup of Russia:
    Birthdates
    Anastasia Gubanova: 02 Dec 2002
    Anna Tarusina: 24 Jan 2003
    Elizaveta Nugumanova: 25 Aug 2002
    Alisa Lozko: 01 Jun 2002
    Stanislava Konstantinova: 14 Jul 2000
    Alena Kostornaya: 24 Aug 2003 Not Eligible by age
    Anastasia Tarakanova: 14 Apr 2004 Not Eligible by age
    Sofia Samodurova: 30 Jul 2002
    Anastasia Mukhortova: 17 May 2003
    Alina Zagitova: 18 May 2002
    Ekaterina Kurakova: 24 Jun 2002

    Projected Reservists:
    Elena Pavlova: 06 Jul 2001
    Elizaveta Yushchenko: 06 Jan 2000

    So only two of 18 Ladies at JrNats are not eligible to JGP next season.

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    Would Russia be allowed to send ALL those age eligible competitors to JGP competitions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavoix View Post
    Would Russia be allowed to send ALL those age eligible competitors to JGP competitions?
    I am not really sure what you mean but Russia has 15 slots next season, so, basically 7 skaters can have 2 events and one skater can have one event.

    These would be the skaters I would like to see in JGP next year.

    Polina Tsurskaya
    Alisa Fedichkina
    Anastasia Gubanova
    Elizaveta Nugumanova
    Stanislava Konstantinova
    Alisa Lozko
    Anna Tarusina
    Sofia Samodurova

    Substitutes
    Ekaterina Mitrofanova
    Alexandra Proklova
    Anastasia Mukhortova
    Valeria Mikhailova

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    Or fifteen skaters can each have one event. Which 2 Russian skaters go to each of the 7 events they do not host is entirely the choice of the Russian federation. If Russia is the host of a JGP event, they can send 3 skaters to that event, again, entirely of their own choice.

    The exact rules for skater assignments for the JGP are always listed in the announcement for the series.

    Here is the announcement for the 2015-16 season:
    http://www.isu.org/media/200452/jgp2...arts_final.pdf

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    isnt Russia going to host one JGP this coming season ?

    so that would mean one extra spot and one additional skater can skate in 1 event at least

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