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    Apollinariia Panfilova & Dmitry Rylov

    Apollinariia Sergeevna Panfilova (Russian: Аполлинария Сергеевна Панфилова) was born on 23 January 2003. Dmitry Vadimovich Rylov (Russian: Дмитрий Вадимович Рылов) was born on 7 September 2001. They teamed up in 2016 and are coached by Valentina Tiukova and Pavel Sliusarenko in Perm.

    Rylov is Panfilova's third partner. First, she skated two seasons with Igor Samoilov and then another two seasons with Maksim Selkin. Rylov was a single skater until 2016 and Polina is his 1st partner.

    Apollinariia and Dimtry made their JGP debut in the 2017-2018 seaon. They won the gold medal at JGP in Riga (Latvia) and then the bronze medal at JGP in Minsk (Belarus). At the JGP Final in Nagoya (Japan) they won the silver medal. They placed 7th at the Russian Junior Championships and 8th at the Russian Championships.

    This team has great pair elements but obviously she is not a good jumper. She doesn't have any triples but she does have 2A. Lack of triples doesn't prevent them from having a good junior career but obviously she would need triples if she ever wants to compete as a senior. But all that is several seasons ahead and untill then we can enjoy their performances in junior stages.

    Last updated on 25 March 2019 by Mohacz

    ISU page
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00103400.htm

    Fskate.ru pages
    Polina - http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/3556.html
    Dima - http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2850.html

    Wiki pages
    Apolinariia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollinariia_Panfilova
    Dmitry - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dmitry_Rylov

    Instagrams
    Apolinariia - https://www.instagram.com/panfilova__a.s/
    Dmitry - https://www.instagram.com/rylov.d/

    Personal Bests starting from 2018/2019
    SP: 67.91 (ISU World Junior Championships 2019)
    FS: 120.26 (ISU World Junior Championships 2019)
    TS: 188.17 (ISU World Junior Championships 2019)

    Programs and Videos
    2018-2019
    SP: "I Put a Spell on You" by Annie Lennox
    LP: "Charms" (from "W.E." Soundtrack) by Abel Korzeniowski

    2019 Russian Winter Spartakiad2019 World Junior Championships2019 Russian Junior Nationals2019 Russian Nationals2018/19 ISU JGP Final Vancouver, Canada4th stage of the Russian CupJGP Bratislava (22-25 August 2018)JGP Canada (12-15 September 2018)
    2017-2018
    SP: "Black Velvet" by Alannah Miles and "Swingin'" by Leann Rimes
    LP: "Alice's Theme" from "Alice in Wonderland" soundtrack by Danny Elfman

    2018 Russian Nationals Elder age2018 Russian Cup Final2018 Russian Junior Championships2018 Russian Championships2017–18 JGP Final2017 JGP Belarus2017 JGP Latvia
    Results
    2018/2019
    2019 Russian Winter Spartakiad - 1 (197.34)
    SP: 1 (69.10)
    FS: 1 (128.24)
    2019 World Junior Championships - 2 (188.17)
    SP: 2 (67.91)
    FS: 2 (120.26)
    2019 Russian Junior Nationals - 3 (194.90)
    SP: 2 (70.07)
    FS: 3 (124.83)
    2019 Russian Nationals - 7 (190.72)
    SP: 8 (65.97)
    FS: 8 (124.75)
    2018/19 ISU JGP Final Vancouver, Canada - 3 (186.59)
    SP: 2 (66.44)
    FS: 3 (120.15)
    4th stage of the Russian Cup - 2 (181.62)
    SP: 1 (65.68)
    FS: 2 (115.94)
    JGP Canada - 2 (178.18)
    SP: 63.92 (2)
    FP: 114.26 (2)
    JGP Bratislava, Slovakia - 2 (173.37)
    SP: 57.95 (3)
    FP: 115.42 (2)

    2017/2018
    2018 Russian Elder Age Nationals - 3 (167.38)
    2018 Russian Cup Final - 3 (168.90)
    2018 Russian Championships - 7 (169.13)
    2018 Russian Nationals - 8 (181.18)
    2017 JGP Final - 2 (173.01)
    4th stage of the Russian Cup - 2 (162.44)
    3rd stage of the Russian Cup - 4 (160.38)
    ISU JGP Minsk Arena Cup - 3 (150.21)
    ISU JGP Riga Cup - 1 (157.51)

    2016/2017
    2017 Russian Elder Age Nationals - 4 (151.00)
    2017 Russian Spartakiad - 4 (150.58)
    2017 Russian Cup Final - 6 (141.22)
    5th stage of the Russian Cup - 8 (127.70)

    Miscellanea
    9 December 2018 post JGP Final article (in Russian) - https://fsrussia.ru/news/4136-tri-ro...se-medali.html
    6 August 2018 interview (in Russian) - https://fsrussia.ru/intervyu/3787-ap...elementov.html
    21 September 2017 - Pavel Sliusarenko interview (in Russian) - https://fsrussia.ru/news/3150-pavel-...pravlenii.html
    Last edited by Mohacz; 03-25-2019 at 11:22 AM. Reason: 2019 Russian Winter Spartakiad FS update

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    This interview of Pavel Sliusarenko is from last year but here he says Panfilova / Rylov might be ready to show their quad twist in the near future.

    http://fsrussia.ru/news/3150-pavel-s...pravlenii.html

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    At the moment Polina & Dima has been assigned to JGP Slovakia but obviously changes are still possible.

    Test skate event is ongoing and later today pairs will skate their SP. FS will be skated tomorrow. Hopefully we will soon have some info about who did great and who didn't.

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    It will be interesting to see if Polina will do a triple jump in a competition this season. Their former coach mentioned already last year that she has been practising triple jumps but so far she has never tried one in a competition. According to rumors she might have tried triple jumps in training sessions at the test skate event but their programs didn't include triple jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    It will be interesting to see if Polina will do a triple jump in a competition this season. Their former coach mentioned already last year that she has been practising triple jumps but so far she has never tried one in a competition. According to rumors she might have tried triple jumps in training sessions at the test skate event but their programs didn't include triple jumps.
    They have four more seasons of junior eligibility. While it is necessary to have the triples in seniors, it is not as important to have them in juniors. The jumps are only two elements, and the points they lose on jumps they make up by having a very high levels of other elements. For example, the last season they managed to beat Boikova/Kozlovski in one JPG and in JGPF, and Pavliuschenko/Khodykhin in JGPF. In fact, in JGPF they ended up as the highest scoring Russian pair. While she definitely has to work on triples, it may not be a good idea putting them in unless they are solid because it does affects the PCS when there are falls. Look at Kostoukovich/Ialin, how they dropped places when they had falls. They ended sixth and it cost them competing at JGPF.

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    Some very nice pics from the test skate event.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BmIWCZrB...=mihail_sharov

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    Appolinariia and Dmitry are the last ones in the 1st warm-up group
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...018/SEG005.HTM
    They have high chances to get a medal at JGP in Bratislava

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana05 View Post
    Appolinariia and Dmitry are the last ones in the 1st warm-up group
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...018/SEG005.HTM
    They have high chances to get a medal at JGP in Bratislava
    M/G are the favourites for sure but P/R could very well get the silver. A/K is also a capable pair and could very well medal as well especially since none of the non-Russian teams have ever skated any JGP events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    M/G are the favourites for sure but P/R could very well get the silver. A/K is also a capable pair and could very well medal as well especially since none of the non-Russian teams have ever skated any JGP events.
    Or P/R could get gold... the last year it was B/K who was the favourites and P/R was expected to get bronze the best. Besides, P/R apparently beat M/G at the test skates in FS!

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    Polina had an unfortunate fall today but they can still get the silver here.

    2018 JGP Slovakia
    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDQ8zSDYAvc

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    I found a very big potential from them yesterday. Besides the unfortunate fall, they had the best throws, the best twists and the best lifts among the 7 teams. Very good job of these two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdk0144 View Post
    I found a very big potential from them yesterday. Besides the unfortunate fall, they had the best throws, the best twists and the best lifts among the 7 teams. Very good job of these two.
    They also had the best 2A, I think.

    They do have very beautiful pair elements but sadly she doesn't have any triples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    They also had the best 2A, I think.

    They do have very beautiful pair elements but sadly she doesn't have any triples.
    But she has four more seasons (including this one) in juniors, so it is not that huge disaster that she doesn’t have triples now. They did place as the highest scoring Russian pair at JGPF even without the triples, beating the Russian pairs who have two triples.

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    They had a superb FS today. It wasn't enough to win today but it did lift them to silver. Great job.

    2018 JGP Slovakia
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VXyS4XKbHU

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    What a FS! Simply wonderful. And what lifts: I loved the entries, the positions in the air and the exits. Very original and nicely executed. Certainly a team to watch closely and follow.

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    New interview of Sliusarenko and Tiukova where they speak about their co-operation with Moskvina's school. It is pretty long interview and there are some stuff about Poluianova / Sopot, Panfilova / Rylov and Melnikova / Selkin.

    Objectively speaking, Polina Panfilova and Dmitry Rylov opened on the other side. Before that, they were an average pair, well performing elements, but did not have brightness, brilliance. Now gradually they have their own style. This pair still does not have a triple jump. He's at work. Polina had already gone triple salchow and ristberger. Most likely, in the season we will try to insert into the program a triple. Now, without this, it is difficult to fight and claim high places. But let's see how the situation with the introduction of the new rating system will develop.
    https://fsrussia.ru/intervyu/3833-pe...i-usiliya.html

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    With 2 second places they again qualified to the Final

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    They did great at JGP Canada. Because of the fall she wasn't happy obviously but overall they did great.

    Based on below link they have scored two of the highest valued throws, the highest valued lift and the 2nd highest valued twist of the season but without triple jumps it will be very difficult for them to win anything.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...kating#Pairs_7

    They can obviously medal at the JGP Final since they have great pair elements and they are very stable team but they can also end up 4th even with a score like they had at JGP Canada.

    2018 JGP Canada

    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m81k0J_DGOQ
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1WkM4Qhj6g

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Finn View Post
    They did great at JGP Canada. Because of the fall she wasn't happy obviously but overall they did great.

    Based on below link they have scored two of the highest valued throws, the highest valued lift and the 2nd highest valued twist of the season but without triple jumps it will be very difficult for them to win anything.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...kating#Pairs_7

    They can obviously medal at the JGP Final since they have great pair elements and they are very stable team but they can also end up 4th even with a score like they had at JGP Canada.

    2018 JGP Canada

    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m81k0J_DGOQ
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1WkM4Qhj6g
    There are one of four very strong teams and Panfilova/Rylov are disadvantaged by not having triples. However, unlike other teams, they have history of being very consistent and their pair elements are of very high standard. There are not triples in the SP, so their disadvantage is mostly in the FS. Akhanteva/Kolesov have not been that consistent in the past (although this season they are much more consistent than the last season). Mishina/Galliamov look solid this season, Kostiukovich/Ialin look more consistent than last season. My guess would be that P/R will be fighting for third place, but if A/K and K/I make mistakes, Panfilova/Rylov could also end up second. (But the same way, if the other three pairs are clean, P/R could also be fourth).

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