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    Aleksandra Boikova & Dmitrii Kozlovskii

    Aleksandra Igorevna BOIKOVA (Russian: Александра Игоревна БОЙКОВА) and Dmitrii Eduardovich KOZLOVSKII (Russian: Дмитрий Эдуардович Козловский) / Dmitrii Eduardovich NEKHVIADOVICH (Russian: Дмитрий Эдуардович Нехвядович) are Pairs skaters who represent Russia.

    Aleksandra Boikova was born on 20th January 2002 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

    Dmitrii Kozlovskii was born on 23rd December 1999 in Saint Petersburg, Russia

    They are the 2017 World Junior silver medalists, 2016–17 Junior Grand Prix Final bronze medalists, and 2017 Russian national junior champions. Before teaming up with Kozlovskii, Boikova trained as a single skater in Alexei Mishin's group until late 2015. In November 2015, Boikova started skating with Dmitrii, who had switched to the discipline four months earlier.

    They are currently coached by Artur Minchuk and Tamara Moskvina in Saint Petersburg.

    Last updated on 26 November 2018 by Mohacz


    Before forming their partnership, Aleksandra and Dmitrii both competed in Singles skating.

    Consequently, rather than having just one “Original Post”, this Fan Fest has three!

    The first post (this one) is for the Pairs partnership.
    The second post is for Aleksandra as a Singles skater.
    The third post is for Dmitrii as a Singles skater.

    Pairs Skating


    ISU Bio
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00101158.htm

    Fskate.ru Bio
    Aleksandra - http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2755.html
    Dmitrii - http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2169.html

    Ice Network Bio
    http://web.icenetwork.com/skaters/te...ova_kozlovskii

    Stats On Ice Bio
    https://www.statsonice.com/skatertea...ii/Kozlovskii/

    Tracings.net Bio
    http://tracings.net/boik-kozl.html

    Wikipedia
    Aleksandra - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandra_Boikova
    Dmitrii - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dmitrii_Kozlovskii

    Social Media
    Aleksandra's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/aleksandraboikova/
    Dmitrii's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dimakozlovski/
    Dmitrii's Twitter - dimkozlovskiy

    Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 - for an extended version of the PBs see below in the post
    SP: 68.83 (ISU GP Internationaux de France 2018)
    FS: 131.97 (ISU GP Skate Canada 2018)
    TS: 196.54 (ISU GP Skate Canada 2018)

    Personal Best Scores pre 2018/2019 - for an extended version of the PBs see below in the post
    SP: 64.46 (ISU CS Minsk Arena Ice Star 2017)
    FS: 127.12 (ISU CS Minsk Arena Ice Star 2017)
    TS: 191.58 (ISU CS Minsk Arena Ice Star 2017)

    Programs and Videos
    2018/2019
    SP: "Dark Eyes" performed by Igor Bourco's Uralski Jazzmen
    FS: "The Nutcracker" by Petr I. Tchaikovski
    Ex: "Passionata" by Andreas Vollenweider

    2018 GP Internationaux de France
    2018 GP Skate Canada
    2018 CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo
    2018 CS Lombardia Trophy

    2017/2018
    SP: "Sochi Sarabanda" by Alexander Goldstein; choreo by Natalia Bestemianova and Igor Bobrin
    FS: The Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky; choreo by Petr Tchernyshev
    Ex: "Passionata" by Andreas Vollenweider

    2018 Russian Junior Nationals
    2018 Russian Nationals
    JGP Final 2017/18 Nagoya, Japan
    2017 CS Warsaw Cup
    2017 CS Minsk-Arena Ice Star
    2017 JGP Zagreb
    2017 JGP Riga

    2016/2017
    SP: “Flamenco” by Didulia
    FS: “Tristan & Iseult” by Maxime Rodriguez / "Justification of Life" by Richard Kaufman

    2017 World Junior Championships
    2017 Russian Junior Nationals
    2017 Russian Nationals
    JGP Final 2016/17 Marseilles, France
    2016 JGP Dresden
    2016 JGP Saransk

    2015/2016
    SP: no info
    FS: no info

    Personal Bests Scores - clarifying note
    The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.

    However, confusion arises when you come to the Major International Championships and the Senior B’s.

    For the Majors, the ISU definitely takes into consideration the events they run themselves, and the Olympics. But, there does not seem to be any consistency over how they approach other events that are considered to be Majors.

    And as for the Senior B’s, it is particularly confusing as an event may be taken into consideration one year, but not the next. Much of this is due to the changing make-up of the Challenger Series.

    So, to make things simpler, the table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    The Absolute designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and I will be only too happy to add them in.

    As always when comparing scores, it should be kept in mind that you are not comparing like for like. There is a subjective aspect to judging, and every competition has different judges.

    Pairs
    Short Programme Free Skate Total
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    Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score
    Major Championships
    15 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 61.27 17 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 100.66 15–19 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 161.93
    Grands Prix 15 Sep. 2016
    ISU Junior Grand Prix Cup Of Mordovia 60.39 10 Dec. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 100.97 08–11 Dec. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 159.72
    Other International Competitions








    National Competitions 25 Mar. 2017 Spartakiad 66.50 24 Dec. 2016 Russian Championships 118.24 24–29 Mar. 2017 Spartakiad 181.92
    Absolute PB 25 Mar. 2017 Spartakiad 66.50 24 Dec. 2016 Russian Championships 118.24 24–29 Mar. 2017
    Spartakiad
    181.92

    * = For the purposes of this table, the competitions are defined as follows:

    Major Championships
    Olympics; Senior World Championships; Junior World Championships; European Championships; Four Continents Championships; Universiade; Youth Olympic Games; International Children’s Games; Asian Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; World Team Trophy; Team Challenge Cup.
    Grands Prix Senior Grand Prix Final; Junior Grand Prix Final; Senior Grand Prix competitions; Junior Grand Prix competitions.
    Other International Competitions Challenger Series competitions; other Senior B competitions.
    National Competitions National Championships; Regional / Sectional Championships; other domestic competitions.

    Competitive History

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let us know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

    Date Competition Level SP FS Total
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    2018/2019 Season
    16-18 Nov. 2018 GP Internationaux de France 2018 Senior 1 68.83 3 121.01 3 189.84
    25-27 Oct. 2018 GP Skate Canada 2018 Senior 4 64.57 2 131.97 4 196.54
    05-07 Oct. 2018 CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo 2018 Senior 2 67.81 3 120.73 3 188.54
    13-16 Sep. 2018 CS Lombardia Trophy 2018 Senior 3 65.21 1 126.78 2 191.99
    2017/2018 Season
    23-26 Jan. 2018 2018 Russian Junior Championships Junior 2 6 4 174.64
    21–124 Dec. 2017 2018 Russian National Championships Senior 5 68.20 5 127.60 5 195.80
    07–10 Dec. 2017 JGP Final 2017/2018 Nagoya, Japan Junior 6 55.92 5 104.88 5 160.80
    16-19 Nov. 2017 2017 CS Warsaw Cup Senior 4 58.52 2 122.32 2 180.84
    26–29 Oct. 2017 ISU CS Minsk-Arena Ice Star 2017 Senior 1 64.46 1 127.12 1 191.58
    27–30 Sep. 2017 JGP Croatia Cup 2017 Junior 1 61.23 3 101.98 3 163.21
    06–09 Sep. 2017 JGP Riga Cup 2017 Junior 1 56.12 4 97.81 2 153.93
    201617 Season
    24–29 Mar. 2017 Spartakiad Junior 1 66.50 1 115.42 1 181.92
    15–19 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships Junior 1 61.27 4 100.66 2 161.93
    01–05 Feb. 2017 Russian Championships Junior 2 64.95 1 116.63 1 181.58
    20–25 Dec. 2016 Russian Championships Senior 8 60.77 6 118.24 6 179.01
    08–11 Dec. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final Junior 4 58.75 3 100.97 3 159.72
    25–29 Oct. 2016 Russian Cup – 3rd Stage (Perm) Junior 3 61.48 2 103.36 2 164.84
    05–08 Oct. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Pokal der Blauen Schwerter Junior 4 55.58 3 96.87 4 152.45
    07–11 Nov. 2016 Russian Cup – 1st Stage (Samara) Junior 3 54.42 6 88.62 4 143.04
    14–17 Sep. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Cup Of Mordovia Junior 2 60.39 3 92.18 2 152.57
    30 Aug. – 04 Sep. 2016 Moscow Open Junior 3 50.73 3 87.87 3 138.60
    29–31 Aug. 2016 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 1st Stage Junior 51.89 W/D 7 51.89
    201516 Season
    14–17 Apr. 2016 The FFKK Prize, St. Petersburg Junior 1 50.96 1 87.69 1 138.65
    01–04 Apr. 2016 Russian Championships ст. вз. 9 44.94 8 84.50 8 129.44
    10–13 Feb. 2016 Championship of St. Petersburg Junior 6 43.22 W/D 9 43.22

    Miscellanea
    http://www.fsrussia.ru/intervyu/2365...sev-nazad.html
    Last edited by Mohacz; 11-23-2018 at 09:30 PM. Reason: GP France update

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    Aleksandra Boikova

    Aleksandra Igorevna BOIKOVA (Russian: Александра Игоревна БОЙКОВА) is a Ladies Singles skater who represents Russia. She was born on 20th January 2002 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.


    Updated by CaroLiza_fan on 28th June 2017


    Biographical Info

    Federation Bio:
    http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2755.html

    Rink Results Bio:
    http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=6881

    Stats On Ice Bios:
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/aleksandraboykova/

    Tracings.net Bio:
    http://tracings.net/boik-alex.html

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandra_Boikova


    Social Media

    Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/aleksandraboikova/


    Programmes

    2015–16 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2014–15 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2013–14 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2012–13 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2011–12 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:


    Personal Best Scores

    The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.

    However, confusion arises when you come to the Major International Championships and the Senior B’s.

    For the Majors, the ISU definitely takes into consideration the events they run themselves, and the Olympics. But, there does not seem to be any consistency over how they approach other events that are considered to be Majors.

    And as for the Senior B’s, it is particularly confusing as an event may be taken into consideration one year, but not the next. Much of this is due to the changing make-up of the Challenger Series.

    So, to make things simpler, the table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    The Absolute designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and I will be only too happy to add them in.

    As always when comparing scores, it should be kept in mind that you are not comparing like for like. There is a subjective aspect to judging, and every competition has different judges.

    Ladies
    Elements Short Programme Free Skate Total
    * Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score
    Major Championships











    Grands Prix











    Other International Competitions











    National Competitions 1X Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 41.34 2X Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 51.15 1X Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 90.98 09–13 Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 181.92
    Absolute PB 1X Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 41.34 2X Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 51.15 1X Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 90.98 09–13 Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg 181.92

    * = For the purposes of this table, the competitions are defined as follows:

    Major Championships Olympics; Senior World Championships; Junior World Championships; European Championships; Four Continents Championships; Universiade; Youth Olympic Games; International Children’s Games; Asian Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; World Team Trophy; Team Challenge Cup.
    Grands Prix Senior Grand Prix Final; Junior Grand Prix Final; Senior Grand Prix competitions; Junior Grand Prix competitions.
    Other International Competitions Challenger Series competitions; other Senior B competitions.
    National Competitions National Championships; Regional / Sectional Championships; other domestic competitions.


    Competitive History

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let us know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

    Date Competition Level Elements SP FP Total
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    201718 Season
    201617 Season
    201516 Season
    15–18 Sep. 2015 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 2nd Stage Junior 8 126.12
    24–28 Aug. 2015 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 1st Stage Junior 9 133.72
    201415 Season
    19–23 Mar. 2015 Russian Championships ст.вз. 19 32.60 17 43.24 14 86.42 15 162.26*
    09–13 Feb. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg ст.вз. 3 41.34 3 49.60 2 90.98 1 181.92*
    02–06 Dec. 2014 Russian Cup – 5th Stage (Moscow) Junior 20 43.75 20 76.47 19 120.22
    12–14 Nov. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 3rd Stage Junior 4 48.93 8 81.18 6 130.11
    21–24 Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial Junior 4 51.15 13 79.82 9 130.97
    24–26 Sep. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 2nd Stage Junior 9 44.52 11 80.63 9 125.15
    21–22 Aug. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 1st Stage Junior 12 46.09 11 89.27 11 135.36
    201314 Season
    22– 25 Apr. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – Final Junior 7 47.63 6 89.12 6 136.75
    03–07 Mar. 2014 Championship Of St. Petersburg ст.вз. 12 32.20 6 47.19 10 72.44 9 151.83*
    16–18 Oct. 2013 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 2nd Stage Junior 4 47.85 9 76.77 8 124.62
    18–20 Sep. 2013 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 1st Stage Junior 14 34.47 6 76.92 9 111.39
    201213 Season
    19–23 Mar. 2013 Russian Championships мл.вз. 9 30.80 12 33.95 8 66.44 12 131.19*
    13–15 Feb. 2013 Championship Of St. Petersburg мл.вз. 3 32.32 3 35.36 3 65.50 3 133.18*
    201112 Season
    14–17 Feb. 2012 Championship Of St. Petersburg мл.вз. 8 23.46 6 34.09 8 58.63 7 116.18*
    27–28 Oct. 2011 Prize Of Maria Butyrskaya мл.вз. 12 82.25

    * = The total scores for these competitions also include scores for Elements, as well as the SP and FS.

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    Dmitrii Kozlovskii

    Dmitrii Eduardovich KOZLOVSKII (Russian: Дмитрий Эдуардович Козловский) / Dmitrii Eduardovich NEKHVIADOVICH (Russian: Дмитрий Эдуардович Нехвядович) is a Men’s Singles skater who represents Russia. He was born on 23rd December 1999 in Saint Petersburg, Russia


    Updated by CaroLiza_fan on 28th June 2017


    Biographical Info

    Federation Bio:
    http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2169.html

    Stats On Ice Bios:
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/dmitriikozlovskii/

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dmitrii_Kozlovskii


    Social Media

    Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/dimakozlovski/


    Programmes

    2014–15 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2013–14 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2012–13 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2011–12 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2010–11 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2010–09 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:


    Personal Best Scores

    The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.

    However, confusion arises when you come to the Major International Championships and the Senior B’s.

    For the Majors, the ISU definitely takes into consideration the events they run themselves, and the Olympics. But, there does not seem to be any consistency over how they approach other events that are considered to be Majors.

    And as for the Senior B’s, it is particularly confusing as an event may be taken into consideration one year, but not the next. Much of this is due to the changing make-up of the Challenger Series.

    So, to make things simpler, the table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    The Absolute designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and I will be only too happy to add them in.

    As always when comparing scores, it should be kept in mind that you are not comparing like for like. There is a subjective aspect to judging, and every competition has different judges.

    Men Elements Short Programme Free Skate Total
    * Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score
    Major Championships
    Grands Prix
    Other International Competitions
    National Competitions 2X Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 55.42 0X Dec. 2014 Russian Cup – 5th Stage (Moscow) 113.48 21–24 Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 163.88
    Absolute PB 2X Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 55.42 0X Dec. 2014 Russian Cup – 5th Stage (Moscow) 113.48 21–24 Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial 163.88

    * = For the purposes of this table, the competitions are defined as follows:

    Major Championships Olympics; Senior World Championships; Junior World Championships; European Championships; Four Continents Championships; Universiade; Youth Olympic Games; International Children’s Games; Asian Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; World Team Trophy; Team Challenge Cup.
    Grands Prix Senior Grand Prix Final; Junior Grand Prix Final; Senior Grand Prix competitions; Junior Grand Prix competitions.
    Other International Competitions Challenger Series competitions; other Senior B competitions.
    National Competitions National Championships; Regional / Sectional Championships; other domestic competitions.


    Competitive History

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let us know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

    Date Competition Level Elements SP FP Total
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    201718 Season
    201617 Season
    201516 Season
    201415 Season
    07–09 Apr. 2015 Championship Of St. Petersburg Junior 5 54.50 5 100.00 5 154.50
    02–06 Dec. 2014 Russian Cup – 5th Stage (Moscow) Junior 10 46.97 5 113.48 7 160.45
    12–14 Nov. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 3rd Stage Junior 4 53.83 3 109.60 3 163.43
    27–31 Oct. 2014 Russian Cup – 3rd Stage Junior 13 52.78 13 97.91 14 150.69
    21–24 Oct. 2014 Panin Memorial Junior 6 55.42 3 108.46 5 163.88
    24–26 Sep. 2014 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 2nd Stage Junior 3 49.59 3 97.62 3 147.21
    201314 Season
    09–11 Jan. 2014 Championship Of St. Petersburg Junior 10 47.49 9 88.80 9 136.29
    16–18 Oct. 2013 Cup Of St. Petersburg – 2nd Stage Junior 6 41.59 W/D 9 41.59
    201213 Season
    201112 Season
    201011 Season
    15–18 Feb. 2011 Championship Of St. Petersburg ст.вз. 8 123.54
    200910 Season
    16–18 Feb. 2010 Championship Of St. Petersburg мл.вз. 8 115.32

    * = The total scores for these competitions also include scores for Elements, as well as the SP and FS.

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    At the moment Sasha & Dima don't have a 2nd event yet but obviously they will replace Poluianova/Selkin at the 7th event. They will have a great opportunity to make it to the JGP final but the 7th event will be really tough because Mishina/Mirzoev, Duskova/Didar, Oganesian/Bardei and Ustimkina/Volodin will be all skating there. Or atleast they are all assigned there at the moment.

    I really would prefer that Russian Fed would move Mishina/Mirzoev to the 6th event because that would increase the chances that Boikova/Kozlovskii and Ustimkina/Volodin would make it to the final.

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    They can achieve this within 10 months really because both (in the past at least) can jump up to 3Lz (and in combo). Dima also has the perfect physique for a male pairs skater.

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    Short interview. It is in Russian.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnKBFsYNsxE

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    Additional videos.

    From the Moscow Open Junior Championship,

    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jALYAaw1mzI

    They had a more successful FS there than in Saransk:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2G8h0OHMfT8

    From the First Stage of the St. Petersburg Cup:

    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBbAfRZCQJU

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    At the moment Sasha & Dima don't have a 2nd event yet but obviously they will replace Poluianova/Selkin at the 7th event.
    It is official now, they have been assigned to the JGP Germany as expected.

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    I like them, right now.. they look like awkward single skaters which they were...
    but they have a future, they have triple jumps already and he looks really good with his long lines.

    Kozlovskii reminds me of an actor, uhfortunately I forgot the name.

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    They did pretty good today. Their FS wasn't very clean but considering how they recently skated in one of the their domestic competition today's skate was good FS. Anyway, they have made it to the JGP Final now.

    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHVpEeT-LOo
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91LQiE67VcM

    Can't wait for the JGP Final.
    Last edited by The Finn; 10-08-2016 at 08:21 AM.

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    wooo, they made the JGPF

    but I still cant find that Kozlovskii look alike, I think the actor was either in Game of Thrones or Hunger Games.

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    Their first season together and they made jgpf. So happy for them

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    They were 3 today. But i see a lot of potential in them. Congrats on your bronze medal.

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    Good job on the bronze! They have amazing potential, such as SBS 3lo and the throw flip. Speaking of the throw flip, why don't they do it in the LP? Doing a flip instead of a sal (which she fell on) might give them a couple extra points. But, I can understand why they got rid of the SBS loop, because their SBS jumps today were, frankly, very scary. The only thing they really have to do from now on is get rid of the bugs in their system that plagued the SP, and then practice like mad on the SBS jumps. They also need to practice their throws because when she lands them they are so gorgeous, almost like Borisova's, and they get strong positive GOE. With everything else the same, they can be among the top Russian junior pairs come junior nationals. Hope we get to see them at JW!

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    This was an excellent result for them. They weren't the favorites for a medal going in but they skated the best LP they've produced all season. Their SBS jumps and the 3Lo Th were fantastic. They need to work on their basics & consistency to reach higher levels, but as they are newish to pairs & each other, I expect that will come with time.

    I really love Boikova's extension.

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    Congrats on the bronze medal! So proud of them.

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    Short interview. They are planning to skate at the senior championships.

    http://www.fsrussia.ru/intervyu/2674...u-treneru.html

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