2022-23 Cup of Russia - Stage 1 - Moscow | Golden Skate

2022-23 Cup of Russia - Stage 1 - Moscow

CrazyKittenLady

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Cup of Russia - Stage 1 - "Grand Prix of Russia - Golden Skate of Moscow"


Date:
18-23 October 2022
Venues: Moscow, Arena "Mechta" (Juniors), Arena "Megasport" (Seniors)
Categories: Junior, Senior
Disciplines: Single and Pair Skating, Ice Dance


Current local time in Moscow, Russia (UTC+3)
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/russia/moscow


1st stage
Women
Kamila Valieva
Sofia Akatieva

Men
Mikhail Kolyada
Dmitri Aliev
Alexander Samarin
Gleb Lutfullin

Pairs
Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov
Daria Pavliuchenko/Denis Khodykin
Natalia Khabibulina/Ilya Knyazhuk

Ice Dance
Annabel Morozov/Devid Naryzhny
Vasilisa Kaganovskaya/Valeri Angelopol
Sofia Tyutyunina/Andrei Bagin

2nd stage
Women
Alexandra Trusova
Adeliia Petrosian
Sofia Samodelkina

Men
Mark Kondratiuk
Petr Gumennik
Alexei Erokhov
Artem Kovalev

Pairs
Alexandra Boikova/Dmitri Kozlovski
Karina Akopova/Nikita Rakhmanin
Anastasia Mukhortova/Dmitri Evgeniev

Ice Dance
Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva/Egor Bazin
Irina Khavronina/Dario Cirisano

3rd stage
Women
Kamila Valieva
Sofia Muravieva
Daria Usacheva

Men
Evgeni Semenenko
Andrei Mozalev
Dmitri Aliev
Artur Danielian

Pairs
Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov
Yasmina Kadyrova/Valeri Kolesov
Yulia Artemieva/Alexei Bryukhanov

Ice Dance
Annabel Morozov/Devid Naryzhny
Elizaveta Pasechnik/Maksim Nekrasov
Elizaveta Shanaeva/Pavel Drozd

4th stage
Women
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Sofia Akatieva
Maiia Khromykh

Men
Mikhail Kolyada
Makar Ignatov
Petr Gumennik
Ilya Yablokov

Pairs
Anastasia Mishina/Aleksandr Galliamov
Karina Akopova/Nikita Rakhmanin
Natalia Khabibulina/Ilya Knyazhuk

Ice Dance
Diana Davis/Gleb Smolkin
Irina Khavronina/Dario Cirisano
Sofia Tyutyunina/Andrei Bagin

5th stage
Women
Alexandra Trusova
Sofia Muravieva
Sofia Samodelkina

Men
Mark Kondratiuk
Alexander Samarin
Andrei Mozalev
Gleb Lutfullin
Artur Danielian

Pairs
Alexandra Boikova/Dmitri Kozlovski
Yasmina Kadyrova/Valeri Kolesov
Yulia Artemieva/Alexei Bryukhanov

Ice Dance
Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva/Egor Bazin
Vasilisa Kaganovskaya/Valeri Angelopol
Elizaveta Shanaeva/Pavel Drozd

6th stage
Women
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Adeliia Petrosian
Daria Usacheva
Maiia Khromykh

Men
Evgeni Semenenko
Alexei Erokhov
Makar Ignatov
Ilya Yablokov
Artem Kovalev

Pairs
Anastasia Mishina/Aleksandr Galliamov
Daria Pavliuchenko/Denis Khodykin
Anastasia Mukhortova/Dmitri Evgeniev

Ice Dance
Diana Davis/Gleb Smolkin
Elizaveta Pasechnik/Maksim Nekrasov

Thanks for the list @AlexBreeze


Schedule - Juniors:
18th October

17.30-19.40 - Ice Dance - Rhythm Dance
20.00-21.45 - Pairs - Short Program

19th October
13.30-15.45 - Ice Dance - Free Dance
16.00-17.50 - Pairs - Free Skate
18.05-20.25 - Women - Short Program
20.40-23.00 - Men - Short Program

20th October
13.45-16.20 - Women - Free Skate
16.35-19.15 - Men - Free Skate

Schedule - Seniors:
22nd October

13.30-14.45 - Ice Dance - Rhythm Dance
15.00-16.30 - Women - Short Program
16.45-17.15 - Opening Ceremony
17.30-18.35 - Pairs - Short Program
18.50-20.20 - Men - Short Program

23rd October
13.00-14.30 - Ice Dance - Free Dance
14.45-16.30 - Women - Free Skate
16.45-18.00 - Pairs - Free Skate
18.15-20.00 - Men - Free Skate


Ranking table:
 
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Mauvedreamer

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lariko

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Cup of Russia - Stage 1 - "Grand Prix of Russia - Golden Skate of Moscow"


Date:
18-24 October 2022
Venue: Moscow, Russia
Categories: Junior, Senior
Disciplines: Single and Pair Skating, Ice Dance


Current local time in Moscow, Russia (UTC+3)
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/russia/moscow

  • Announcement
  • Schedule
  • Entries and Results
  • Stream (vpn needed to access from outside of Russia)
Gosh, I hope there is no vpn option. But if not… do I need it for junior test skate too?
 

AlexBreeze

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Preliminary schedule:
Seniors
22 October
13.30 – 14.45 – Ice Dance. Rhythm Dance.
15.00 – 16.30 – Women. Short Program.
16.45 – 17.15 – Opening Ceremony.
17.30 – 18.35 – Pairs. Short Program.
18.50 – 20.20 – Men. Short Program.

23 October
13.00 – 14.30 – Ice Dance. Free Dance.
14.45 – 16.30 – Pairs. Free Skate.
16.45 – 18.00 – Women. Free Skate.
18.15 – 20.00 – Men. Free Skate.

I wonder how we should call this event. "Золотой конек" is official translation for Golden Spin competition. :unsure:
 

lariko

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Preliminary schedule:
Seniors
22 October
13.30 – 14.45 – Ice Dance. Rhythm Dance.
15.00 – 16.30 – Women. Short Program.
16.45 – 17.15 – Opening Ceremony.
17.30 – 18.35 – Pairs. Short Program.
18.50 – 20.20 – Men. Short Program.

23 October
13.00 – 14.30 – Ice Dance. Free Dance.
14.45 – 16.30 – Pairs. Free Skate.
16.45 – 18.00 – Women. Free Skate.
18.15 – 20.00 – Men. Free Skate.

I wonder how we should call this event. "Золотой конек" is official translation for Golden Spin competition. :unsure:
It has ‘of Moscow’ so there is a distinction. I am surprised that Golden Spin is not translated as Piruet—I thought I saw it translated like that (?)
 

Mariiiiskate

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I really wish they would release the junior list already I mean it literally starts tomorrow :drama: from marketing and ticket selling perspective It makes no sense to hide the participants so much
 

lariko

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I really wish they would release the junior list already I mean it literally starts tomorrow :drama: from marketing and ticket selling perspective It makes no sense to hide the participants so much
They probably have bigger concerns over there, but I dunno, it’s sort of part of the charm of the Cup of Russia that it’s always a surprise.
 

Caliban

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Participants of the 1st stage of the Grand Prix of Russia

Women


1. Sofya Akatieva
2. Karina Askarova
3. Kamila Valieva
4. Alina Gorbacheva
5. Maria Grechikhina
6. Sofia Zakharova
7. Anastasia Zinina
8. Margarita Kovaleva
9. Anastasia Molchanova
10. Polina Sviridenko
11. Anastasia Khakhyrtdinova
12. Valeria Shulskaya


Men

1. Dmitry Aliyev
2. Evgeny Zenkin
3. Kirill Kelmanov
4. Mikhail Kolyada
5. Gleb Lutfullin
6. Ivan Popov
7. Alexander Samarin
8. Daniil Samsonov
9. Ivan Sobolev
10. Stepan Tartygin

Pairs

1. Daria Boyarintseva — Roman Pleshkov
2. Victoria Vasilyeva — Roman Zaporozhets
3. Daria Pavlyuchenko — Denis Khodykin
4. Evgenia Tarasova — Vladimir Morozov
5. Agnia Svinitsitskaya — Vladimir Sled
6. Natalia Khabibulina — Ilya Knyazhuk

Ice Dance

1. Vasilisa Kaganovskaya — Valery Angelopol
2. Elizaveta Kirillova — Mark Chegodaev
3. Yana Matveishina — Timofey Subbotin
4. Annabel Morozov — David Narizhny
5. Alexandra Prokopets — Alexander Vaskovich
 

Mariiiiskate

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Wait Daniil, I wasn't expecting to see him in the earlier stages or at least until he gets his 3A back, but I guess they cant really control where he gets assigned as he is not on any national team. He was in a good shape and his normal triples looked strong but looking at that line up without even a 3A 6th is probably what he could realistically achieve, qualification to nats will be hard for him unless lots of the top men flop here and he beats 1 or 2 them with a clean basic triples programs or he wins his second stage.

Either way im happy he is slowly getting back even if nats qualification doesn't happen this season for him, it still a start and at least he is competing :cheer2:

Alina G moving competing in seniors wasn't something I was expecting but really exited to see how she does!
 

lariko

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Country
Canada
Participants of the 1st stage of the Grand Prix of Russia

Women


1. Sofya Akatieva
2. Karina Askarova
3. Kamila Valieva
4. Alina Gorbacheva
5. Maria Grechikhina
6. Sofia Zakharova
7. Anastasia Zinina
8. Margarita Kovaleva
9. Anastasia Molchanova
10. Polina Sviridenko
11. Anastasia Khakhyrtdinova
12. Valeria Shulskaya


Men

1. Dmitry Aliyev
2. Evgeny Zenkin
3. Kirill Kelmanov
4. Mikhail Kolyada
5. Gleb Lutfullin
6. Ivan Popov
7. Alexander Samarin
8. Daniil Samsonov
9. Ivan Sobolev
10. Stepan Tartygin

Pairs

1. Daria Boyarintseva — Roman Pleshkov
2. Victoria Vasilyeva — Roman Zaporozhets
3. Daria Pavlyuchenko — Denis Khodykin
4. Evgenia Tarasova — Vladimir Morozov
5. Agnia Svinitsitskaya — Vladimir Sled
6. Natalia Khabibulina — Ilya Knyazhuk

Ice Dance

1. Vasilisa Kaganovskaya — Valery Angelopol
2. Elizaveta Kirillova — Mark Chegodaev
3. Yana Matveishina — Timofey Subbotin
4. Annabel Morozov — David Narizhny
5. Alexandra Prokopets — Alexander Vaskovich
Popov, yay, but he is in a stacked field. But, yeah, either both junior and senior or just senior. Good luck! Glad so see Shul’skaya too.
 

yume

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So...can Akatieva beat Valieva??:scratch2:
I'm surprised that they are in the same GP. Isn't it too early for that ? Or maybe the fed thinks the real battle will be between the new seniors + Akatieva.

If Valieva restored her 4T and can jump two in the FP, she can win imo.

Men is also stacked. Kolyada, Aliev, Samarin, Lutfullin....good line-up.
 

Lurker11

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https://www.1tv.com/live has worked well for me in the past with a clear stream

We haven't seen Valieva and Akateva head to head before. It's possible this is the only time we see it with both in their prime depending on what the future holds for Valieva.

They're also building a new star. If Akateva wins she does what Shcherbakova and Trusova couldn't do all of last season until the free skate of the Olympics (and that has an asterisk against in my mind because of what Kamila had to deal with off the ice).

I really like what they've done they are pushing both skaters to be at their absolute best, not giving Valieva free gold medal, and giving Akateva the spotlight against the best skater in the world to see if she can deal with the pressure.

I think Kamila continues with the 2A (I imagine she tries to bring her 3A for the Russian Nationals if Akateva and Petrosyan are stable with their ultra-si) and as said above I agree she uses her 4T in the free skate. Akateva will have to make all her jumps to win but she can do it.
 
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