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    Quote Originally Posted by puremagic View Post
    Last year there was pretty strict judging, but how Gulyakova and Pankova got the highest PCS in the short program? Higher than Tarakanova, Trusova, Panenkova and the others. 🤔
    This protocol is last year's Elder Age, not Younger Age championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tars View Post
    I didn't know kids this young do pairs!
    Isn't it dangerous for the boy to lift a partner at such young age?
    That's okay, I guess. They do just fine so far, except their speed. They're slower than many 6-8 yo girls!

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    Still ridiculous to think that Moscow has so few spots when they have so much talent...

    anyway, who are you most looking forward to most? for me, it's Akatieva

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    Still ridiculous to think that Moscow has so few spots when they have so much talent...

    anyway, who are you most looking forward to most? for me, it's Akatieva
    It's no brainer for me, Akatieva will dominate this one. I like many of the girls our bureau discovered, but Sofia is just something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    Still ridiculous to think that Moscow has so few spots when they have so much talent...

    anyway, who are you most looking forward to most? for me, it's Akatieva
    I am looking forward to Akatieva and Samodelkina the most. A slight edge to Akatieva, I'd say. When it comes to who will win... Well, I think that's between Akatieva and Samodelkina. I hope that whoever wins skates clean.

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    Younger girls, Elements, Top 4 of 30
    1 Sofia Akatieva 52.36
    2 Elizaveta Berestovskaya 51.96
    3 Sofia Samodelkina 51.20
    4 Maria Dmitrieva 49.88

    Score is total score for elements (jump, combo, StSq, CCoSp) multiplied by two.

    All Top Four have 3Lz, 3Lz+3T, StSq2, CCoSp4, all on positive GOE.
    Berestovskaya and Samodelkina tried 3Lz+3Lo, URed, so counted 3Lz+3T.
    Maria Dmitrieva (StPetersburg, other three Moscow) tried 3A. UR and fall, but for 10 and half years old girl - good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puremagic View Post
    That's okay, I guess. They do just fine so far, except their speed. They're slower than many 6-8 yo girls!
    Puremagic, thank you so much for the videos - all extracted, cut, renamed and put right before our eyes. You're doing truly great job.

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    Younger Boys, Elements, Top 3 of 28.
    1 Maxim Belyavsky 45.52
    2 Arseniy Fedotov 38.60
    3 Mark Lukin 37.32

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