Russia's Mikhail Kolyada rebounded in the Men's Free Skate to claim the gold in Moscow at the 2020 Rostelecom Cup on Saturday.
What are your thoughts on the Men's FS?
Samarin may also recover by then.Mainly that it reflects very positively on Russian men's skating as a whole. Lots of talented guys who are pretty close in scoring (the top 7 men were separated by ~20 points overall, which could be surmounted by something like a well-done quad combo). They're also fairly young and have a bit of developing to do, but many could be contenders not only for 2022 but also the next Olympic cycle.
Subtract Kvitelashvili from this field and add in Danielian (hopefully) and you have a rough preview of the last 1-2 warmup groups for Russian Nationals. The podium will be harder to predict though.
Also well done Morisi for taking what will probably be Georgia's lone GP medal of the season!
Actually no, because he fell before he started the fly for the entry. He usually does the twizzles and then he changes feet and does the butterfly into the camel spin. Petr very much deserved his bronze. Mozalev was behind by 10 points in the short program and was not perfect in the freeMozalev should have been the bronze medalist, as Gumennik was improperly credited with the spin that he did after previously wiping out while attempting to start it.
Very impressed by Kolyada's recovery after the triple Axel error, something that often caused him to go to pieces previously. Seems like Mishin is working out for him.
Mozalev, the Cake-Giver saga actually has a rapidly developing continuation, but I have no idea where it even belongs... never, never underestimate the importance of cakes to a 14 yo.Lariko explains it all in the Russian Men's thread
Simon Reed seems to think poor Andrei's surname is pronounced like a Italian cheese...