2020-21 Russian Ladies' Figure Skating

Giltedge

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
Elder Girls Short Programme currently under way

gp 1 complete

group 2
Ekaterina Vyrodova Kosino 2009
Sofia Krokhina Crystal Sambo-70 2009
Maria Paramonova CSKA Zhuk 2008
Taisiya Proskuryakova Crystal Sambo-70 2008
Anna Safronova Olympic No4 2009

3
Olesya Permyakova Crystal Sambo-70 2009
Alina Kulak Olympic No4 2008
Alisa Polyakova Snow Leopards 2009
Valeria Khodykina Tchaikovskaia Sambo-70 2009
Valeria Pasechnik Olympic Moskvich 2009

4
Alisa Dvoeglazova Crystal Sambo-70 2008
Anna Becker Tchaikovskaia Sambo-70 2008
Daria Shirokova Kosino 2009
Polina Dzhumaniyazova Olympic Gory 2009
Maria Rebrova CSKA Zhuk 2008

5
Maria Mazur Crystal Sambo-70 2009
Dana Titova Plushenko 2009
Sofya Vazhnova CSKA Zhuk 2008
Sofia Shifrina Snow Leopards 2009
Kamilla Kogay Sports School No10 2008
Elizaveta Kulikova CSKA Zhuk 2008

6
Maria Gordeeva CSKA Zhuk 2009
Sofia Titova Plushenko 2009
Anastasia Kazakova Bryce Sports Club 2009
Ulyana Torbenkova Olympic No4 2009
Evangelina Matveeva Megasport 2009
Elizaveta Antonova Olympic No4 2008

7
Alisa Shatokhina Tchaikovskaia Sambo-70 2008
Marianna Sidorova Olympic Moskvich 2008
Maria Agaeva Megasport Krylatskoye 2008
Sofia Kolbasenko Crystal Sambo-70 2009
Zlata Murashova TSPF Kudryavtseva V. N. 2009
Nika Kasyanov Olympic No4 2008
 

brakes

On the Ice
Joined
Jan 31, 2020
Withdrawn
3 Sofia Balashova Crystal Sambo-70 2008
6 Ulyana Vasilyeva Snow Leopards 2009
11 Veronika Zhilina Plushenko 2008


Great SP skate by Luba Rubtsova. Currently at the top of the leader board.
Far from great, pretty average skate imo.
Uliana Vasilieva is great artistic talent with jumping problems. She had beautiful program 2 years ago showcasing her performance skills. :love:

 

Fluture

You will see her in a crown
Record Breaker
Joined
Apr 26, 2018
Luba Rubtsova's SP/ She is currently in 2nd position, behind Mariia Paramonova

I like her but found the other girl that was shared here before (Kostyleva, I think?) better. She was faster, more precise and well—rounded. Also better on the jumps, though she only did a 3Lz+2T if I remember correctly... They’re both coached by Eteri, aren’t they? Are they the same age?
 

Giltedge

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
I like her but found the other girl that was shared here before (Kostyleva, I think?) better. She was faster, more precise and well—rounded. Also better on the jumps, though she only did a 3Lz+2T if I remember correctly... They’re both coached by Eteri, aren’t they? Are they the same age?

Yes, I do agree with you. They are both promising but there is already something special about Elena Kostylieva. They are actually in separate classes (Elena K is 9 yo and in Younger, Luba R in Elder). Elena was in Eteri's school formerly but is now at CSKA Zhuk.
 

nussnacker

one and only
Record Breaker
Joined
Mar 16, 2019
I like her but found the other girl that was shared here before (Kostyleva, I think?) better. She was faster, more precise and well—rounded. Also better on the jumps, though she only did a 3Lz+2T if I remember correctly... They’re both coached by Eteri, aren’t they? Are they the same age?
Kostyleva left Eteri last year, if you remember her mom was a bit "extra" when describing the reasons for her daughter’s departure. I don't know whether any of what she said was ever true, but she went on to insult poor Parsegova for no reason.
 

Giltedge

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
I like her but found the other girl that was shared here before (Kostyleva, I think?) better. She was faster, more precise and well—rounded. Also better on the jumps, though she only did a 3Lz+2T if I remember correctly... They’re both coached by Eteri, aren’t they? Are they the same age?
Yes, I do agree with you. They are both promising but there is already something special about Elena Kostylieva. They are actually in separate classes (Elena K is 9 yo and in Younger, Luba R in Elder). Elena was in Eteri's school formerly but is now at CSKA Zhuk.

Actually, it's a bit confusing, because there are two schools styling themselves "Zhuk". Elena Kostylieva is not with CSKA, but in a relatively new school founded about 2 years ago: Ice Forum Skating Club, under the leadership of Natalia Mityushina., for children 3 to 18.
 

Fluture

You will see her in a crown
Record Breaker
Joined
Apr 26, 2018
Kostyleva left Eteri last year, if you remember she was a bit "extra" when describing the reasons for her departure. I don't know whether any of what she said was ever true, but she went on to insult poor Parsegova for no reason.

Um, I have to admit I’m not exactly knowledgeable about skaters pre juniors other than the biggest stars like Zhilina and Akatieva. I remember there being some drama with a Rozanov—Tutberidze student but didn’t know it was Kostyleva. Good to know, I guess, though it’s hard to imagine a 9 year old kid insulting another kid. :eek:
 

Giltedge

Final Flight
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
As a matter of interest and relevance

( :palmf: and to try to steer this thread away from silly gossip )

Here are last year's results of the competition we are watching this week...

Elder Girls
1 Sofiya Samoldelkina CSKA Zhuk
2 Elizabeth Berestovskaia CSKA Zhuk
3 Veronica Zhilina Crystal Sambo-70
4 Sofiya Akatieva Crystal Sambo-70
5 Adeliya Petrosyan Crystal Sambo-70
6 Mariia Zakharova Crystal Sambo-70
7 Anastasiia Morozova CSKA Zhuk

Younger Girls
1 Sofiya Titova Angels Academy
2 Lyubov Rubtsova Crystal Sambo-70
3 Sofiya Shifrina Snow Leopards
4 Sofiya Jepka CSKA Zhuk
5 Anastasiia Lysykh Angels Academy
6 Elena Kostylieva Crystal Sambo-70
7 Maria Gordeeva CSKA Zhuk
 

esteticlove

Final Flight
Joined
Oct 20, 2017
I don't know if this was discussed here, but apparently Alina and Zhenya will be the leaders of the two teams competing at the 1st Channel Cup. That's a really cool idea!
 

TripleAxelQueens3

sasha trusova is superior
Final Flight
Joined
Apr 17, 2018
I like her but found the other girl that was shared here before (Kostyleva, I think?) better. She was faster, more precise and well—rounded. Also better on the jumps, though she only did a 3Lz+2T if I remember correctly... They’re both coached by Eteri, aren’t they? Are they the same age?
Kostyleva is in the younger girls group so she can't do a 3-3 combo in the short. But yes I agree, Kostyleva was really amazing to watch. I can't wait to see how she develops later.
 

Anoosheh

Rinkside
Joined
Oct 26, 2018
Since the Plushenko duel never materialized, can we use those weapons for the Zagitova v Medvedeva team event instead?
Oooh I like that... :coffee:
I mean if they want to stir up some drama, they should at least do it right! I was initially thinking "Plushenko vs Yagudin" would have been a much better choice, But I like your suggestion even more :biggrin:
 

Jeanie19

Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 20, 2017
Country
United-States
As a matter of interest and relevance

( :palmf: and to try to steer this thread away from silly gossip )

Here are last year's results of the competition we are watching this week...

Elder Girls
1 Sofiya Samoldelkina CSKA Zhuk
2 Elizabeth Berestovskaia CSKA Zhuk
3 Veronica Zhilina Crystal Sambo-70
4 Sofiya Akatieva Crystal Sambo-70
5 Adeliya Petrosyan Crystal Sambo-70
6 Mariia Zakharova Crystal Sambo-70
7 Anastasiia Morozova CSKA Zhuk

Younger Girls
1 Sofiya Titova Angels Academy
2 Lyubov Rubtsova Crystal Sambo-70
3 Sofiya Shifrina Snow Leopards
4 Sofiya Jepka CSKA Zhuk
5 Anastasiia Lysykh Angels Academy
6 Elena Kostylieva Crystal Sambo-70
7 Maria Gordeeva CSKA Zhuk
When are the elder girls competing?
 
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