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2022-23 Cup of Russia - Stage 3 - Kazan

Fried

Final Flight
Joined
Jan 14, 2020
Oh really, Fried? What "rules" did they break today? Show us.
Please don't pretend to be dumber than you are. Do I really have to explain that? Is there a regular procedure for competitions or not? It's just absolutely ridiculous and presumptuous at the same time to want to prove to the judges and the audience in the time between the defective skate and the evaluation that you can do better than just shown. This behavior is unsportsmanlike as it is an attempt to put yourself in a better light before judging. But the proof that rules don't apply to certain people has already been provided in more serious ways. But what do you expect. The FFKKR doesn't give a damn about the rules themselves, just like RUSADA. Basically, this whole "sport" degenerates into a farce.
 

alexocfp

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 28, 2020
Country
United-States
I think they need to make Kamila skate with both hands tied behind her back so everyone else can have a shot at coming close to winning.

Her non jump elements are becoming even more solid by the second.
Classic case of the rich getting richer.
 

Lurker11

On the Ice
Joined
Apr 28, 2022
Please don't pretend to be dumber than you are. Do I really have to explain that? Is there a regular procedure for competitions or not? It's just absolutely ridiculous and presumptuous at the same time to want to prove to the judges and the audience in the time between the defective skate and the evaluation that you can do better than just shown. This behavior is unsportsmanlike as it is an attempt to put yourself in a better light before judging. But the proof that rules don't apply to certain people has already been provided in more serious ways. But what do you expect. The FFKKR doesn't give a damn about the rules themselves, just like RUSADA. Basically, this whole "sport" degenerates into a farce.
It was a great impromptu moment surely the highlight the weekend. It was a special night the greatest skater of all time in front of her home crowd for the first time since what she endured at the Olympics. She was the star of the show. She's a natural entertainer. The result was not in doubt and made no real difference to the gap between first and second.
 

alexocfp

Record Breaker
Joined
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Country
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It was a great impromptu moment surely the highlight the weekend. It was a special night the greatest skater of all time in front of her home crowd for the first time since what she endured at the Olympics. She was the star of the show. She's a natural entertainer. The result was not in doubt and made no real difference to the gap between first and second.
Fine, let’s be pedantic and deduct Kamila 5 points. She still wins by only 25 Razor thin margin of victory. It becomes a nail biter for sure.
 

Fried

Final Flight
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It was a great impromptu moment surely the highlight the weekend. It was a special night the greatest skater of all time in front of her home crowd for the first time since what she endured at the Olympics. She was the star of the show. She's a natural entertainer. The result was not in doubt and made no real difference to the gap between first and second.
This post testifies to total delusion and denial of reality. If Valieva falls off the 4T 3x, you declare the falls the highlight of the weekend and the protagonist a GOT (haha). This rumored GOT hasn't even gone through a single senior season and already has significant regression. And even this one season is a single eyesore, because it is nothing more than a scandal that an athlete who has tested positive just merrily continues to participate in competitions as if nothing had happened. As said. Russian women's skating has become a farce.
 

Lurker11

On the Ice
Joined
Apr 28, 2022
This post testifies to total delusion and denial of reality. If Valieva falls off the 4T 3x, you declare the falls the highlight of the weekend and the protagonist a GOT (haha). This rumored GOT hasn't even gone through a single senior season and already has significant regression. And even this one season is a single eyesore, because it is nothing more than a scandal that an athlete who has tested positive just merrily continues to participate in competitions as if nothing had happened. As said. Russian women's skating has become a farce.
I only see progression. Restoring ultra c after going through significant body changes. We must applaud Kamila for not resorting to a dangerous diet in order to be as slim as possible. None of her artistry has been lost in fact it has become more mature.

Kamila's 2021-22 season she will never repeat, and no skater will come close to beating it.
 

Fried

Final Flight
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Jan 14, 2020
I only see progression. Restoring ultra c after going through significant body changes. We must applaud Kamila for not resorting to a dangerous diet in order to be as slim as possible. None of her artistry has been lost in fact it has become more mature.

Kamila's 2021-22 season she will never repeat, and no skater will come close to beating it.
However, I also believe that nobody will repeat it. Taking part in the Olympic Games with a positive test and then presenting oneself as a victim of the dark machinations of the West - that was, is and will remain unique. GOT if you will. Haha. Incidentally, where is the wisdom that has always been applied to Trusova, that jumps in training are meaningless as long as they are not shown in competition? Haha. By the way, I prefer to trust the results than the fans, and they clearly show a regression. Despite atomic mushrooms without equal. Haha.
 

koatcue

Medalist
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Aug 31, 2011
Country
Russia
However, I also believe that nobody will repeat it. Taking part in the Olympic Games with a positive test and then presenting oneself as a victim of the dark machinations of the West - that was, is and will remain unique. GOT if you will. Haha. Incidentally, where is the wisdom that has always been applied to Trusova, that jumps in training are meaningless as long as they are not shown in competition? Haha. By the way, I prefer to trust the results than the fans, and they clearly show a regression. Despite atomic mushrooms without equal. Haha.
Seriously, why even watching if it's all a farce?
 

AlexBreeze

Good Boy Gone Gold
Record Breaker
Joined
May 27, 2021
Country
Russia
Russian (Junior) Nationals: 18 men, 18 women, 15 ice dance couples, 12 pairs
Russian (Junior) Grand Prix Final: 12 men, 12 women, 10 ice dance couples, 8 pairs

Seniors

Men

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Dmitri Aliev36 (18+18)554.58
2Ivan Popov22 (8+14)438.43
3Mark Kondratiuk18279.00
4Andrei Mozalev16272.71
5Gleb Lutfullin16258.40
6Alexei Erokhov16241.05
7Alexander Samarin14257.43
8Petr Gumennik14236.63
9Mikhail Kolyada12237.22
10Andrei Anisimov12235.40
11Artur Danielian12225.68
12Artem Kovalev10226.53
13Daniil Samsonov10222.35
14Roman Atoyar10206.72
15Vladislav Katichev8200.02
16Daniil Postarnakov8190.80
17Artem Aleinikov6189.14
18Stepan Tartygin6166.30
19Maxim Varankin6156.80
20Evgeni Zenkin5 (4+1)325.92
21Vladimir Oshchepkov4174.87
22Egor Karnaukhov4144.65
23Vladimir Kuznetsov2165.07
24Kirill Kelmanov2 (2+0)161.16
25Ivan Sobolev1160.09

Women

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Kamila Valieva36 (18+18)486.38
2Veronika Yametova28 (12+16)415.30
3Sofia Zakharova20 (10+10)390.02
4Adeliia Petrosiian18239.31
5Sofia Akatieva16236.68
6Sofia Samodelkina16218.73
7Alexandra Trusova14208.55
8Kseniia Sinitsyna14207.55
9Anastasia Zinina14200.43
10Polina Sviridenko12 (6+6)343.75
11Kseniia Gushchina12190.78
12Alina Gorbacheva12189.34
13Maria Paramonova10184.61
14Valeria Shulskaya8187.50
15Viktoria Nesterova8180.96
16Viktoria Fedyanina8180.13
17Anastasia Morozova6166.69
18Veronika Malysheva4163.70
19Maria Rebrova4160.68
20Anastasia Khakhyrtdinova4146.93
21Klara Shvetsova2160.15
22Sofia Chaplygina2157.34
23Margarita Kovaleva2133.31
24Anastasia Molchanova1 (0+1)272.49
25Renata Gubasheva1153.11
26Karima Askarova1126.46

Ice Dance

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Annabele Morozov/Devid Narizhny36 (18+18)402.14
2Yana Matveishina/Timofey Subbotin22 (14+8)276.85
3Elizaveta Kirillova/Mark Chegodaev18 (12+6)252.97
4Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva/Egor Bazin18210.98
5Elizaveta Shanaeva/Pavel Drozd16198.45
6Irina Khavronina/Dario Cirisano16190.87
7Vasilisa Kaganovskaya/Valeri Angelopol16189.04
8Elizaveta Pasechnik/Maksim Nekrasov14182.30
9Alisa Krainyukova/Semion Netsev14123.28
10Ekaterina Mironova/Evgeni Ustenko12170.21
11Alexandra Butorina/Nikita Sborik12102.19
12Alexandra Kravchenko/Alexander Shustitskiy10161.69

Pairs

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov34 (16+18)457.43
2Alexandra Boikova/Dmitri Kozlovski18228.36
3Natalia Khabibullina/Ilya Knyazhuk18224.47
4Yasmina Kadyrova/Valeri Kolesov16224.95
5Anastasia Mukhortova/Dmitri Evgeniev16217.27
6Yulia Artemieva/Alexei Bryukhanov14214.31
7Ekaterina Chikmareva/Matvei Yanchenkov14214.22
8Daria Boyarintseva/Roman Pleshkov14207.27
9Karina Akopova/Nikita Rakhmanin12198.09
10Viktoria Vasilieva/Roman Zaporozhets12179.17
11Ekaterina Geinish/Dmitri Chigirev10194.92
12Agniia Svinitskaya/Vladimir Sled10134.80
13Maiia Shegai/Igor Shamshurov8182.13

Juniors

Men


PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Nikolay Ugozhaev30 (16+14)483.23
2Nikita Sarnovskiy26 (10+16)473.36
3Arseniy Fedotov18269.83
4Lev Lazarev18257.20
5Grigory Fedorov18252.31
6Nikolay Loginov16236.19
7Timofey Stolyarenko14 (12+2)444.07
8Eduard Karartynyan14231.60
9Semion Soloviov14231.39
10Fedor Zonov12240.68
11Kirill Sarnovskiy12214.34
12Vladislav Dikidzhi10238.57
13Kirill Andrusik10211.59
14Maksim Avtushenko8232.62
15Makar Puzin8219.24
16Arseniy Dimitriev8204.66
17Danil Fedosimov6 (2+4)401.37
18Nikita Sentsov6 (0+6)392.05
19Mikhail Polyanskiy6223.79
20Dmitri Shelkovnikov6217.60
21Maksim Belyavskiy4219.08
22Nikita Malyutin4204.09
23Timofey Shelkovnikov3 (1+2)392.08
24Timofey Platonov1 (0+1)380.51
25Genrikh Gartung1196.87

Women

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Sofia Titova36 (18+18)410.29
2Veronika Zhilina18233.18
3Anastasia Marasanova16 (14+2)359.02
4Alisa Dvoeglazova16216.12
5Elizaveta Kulikova16198.84
6Lyubov Rubtsova16196.67
7Agata Petrova14197.20
8Daria Sadkova14194.57
9Kira Trofimova12 (8+4)366.70
10Lyudmila Fursova12 (6+6)352.29
11Elizaveta Labutina12193.92
12Taisiya Shcherbinina12188.53
13Viktoria Barakhtina12180.79
14Nadezhda Ponteleenko10192.57
15Dina Khusnutdinova10187.17
16Lidiya Pleskacheva10180.40
17Taisiya Korobitsina8189.42
18Viktoria Morozova8180.10
19Maria Mazur6189.41
20Irina Migalenya4179.97
21Maria Agaeva4166.12
22Ekaterina Tsipukhina2175.26
23Anna Lyashenko2165.42
24Alisa Shatohina1 (1+0)321.72
25Riana Kadyrova1173.95
26Eva Zubkova1171.22

Ice Dance

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Uliana Ermakova/Artem Krylov20 (12+8)278.58
2Sofia Leontieva/Daniil Gorelkin18174.07
3Anna Shcherbakova/Egor Goncharov18173.46
4Anna Kolomenskaya/Artem Frolov18169.33
5Valeria Kamaeva/Lev Sergeev16 (8+8)263.12
6Alisa Ovsyankina/Matvei Samokhin16167.02
7Anna Rumak/Gleb Goncharov16164.60
8Vasilisa Grigorieva/Evgeni Artyushchenko16158.67
9Sofia Aleksova/Ilya Vladimirov14158.43
10Yulia Churkina/Boris Frolov14146.21
11Arina Gorshenina/Ilya Makarov14145.03
12Elizaveta Khort/Gordei Chitipakhovyan12 (6+6)252.84
13Aneta Kotsyubinskaya/Georgi Trubkin12 (10+2)250.13
14Elizaveta Maleina/Grigory Rodin12157.38
15Alexandra Shinkarenko/Vladislav Mikhailov12135.15
16Varvara Kurnosenko/Fedor Varlamov10156.62
17Anna Tomilova/Dmitri Shcherbakov10134.31
18Olga Fedorova/Sergei Lagutov6131.31
19Alica Abdullina/Egor Petrov4129.42
20Polina Zharova/Ranel Ibatullin4124.83
21Eva Plesovskikh/Mark Zheltyshev4120.72
22Veronika Shulpina/Gleb Solovich3 (2+1)222.83
23Anna Soboleva/Matvei Churakov1108.06
24Anna Eliseeva/Mikhail Chislov1101.95

Pairs

PlaceNameRanking pointsScore
1Maria Dybkova/Alexei Khvalko30 (16+14)348.82
2Elizaveta Osokina/Artem Gritsaenko28 (10+18)343.66
3Varvara Cheremnykh/Daniil Butenko26 (12+14)356.02
4Ekaterina Chikmareva/Matvei Yanchenkov18205.80
5Yulia Artemieva/Alexei Bryukhanov18184.86
6Veronika Merenkova/Danil Galimov16 (6+10)309.69
7Anna Moskaleva/Maxim Lozhkin16182.98
8Anastasia Egorova/Rodion Marinskiy16168.92
9Maiia Shegai/Igor Shamshurov14178.19
10Anastasia Chernyshova/Vladislav Antonyshev12170.82
11Elizaveta Romanova/Valeri Nazarov12162.28
12Varvara Smirnova/Alexei Belkin11 (10+1)276.24
13Sofia Khisamutdinova/Lev Tsekhanovich8162.00
14Evgenia Bashina/Dmitri Sheremet8156.63
15Evgenia Loskutova/Andrei Shaderkov8134.48
16Milana Omelchenko/Pavel Astakhov6156.01
17Anna Kozhevnikova/Petr Alekseenko6133.68
18Alisa Rodionova/Alexei Karpov4147.76
19Eva Khmelkova/Andrei Rud4142.79
20Sofia Zemtsova/Karim Davletgareev4122.70
21Anastasia Poznyak/Vladislav Vilchik2141.83
22Valeria Khalitova/Petr Sharovikov2138.40
23Maria Nekrasova/Ivan Dolgodvorov1121.63
 
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Lurker11

On the Ice
Joined
Apr 28, 2022
However, I also believe that nobody will repeat it. Taking part in the Olympic Games with a positive test and then presenting oneself as a victim of the dark machinations of the West - that was, is and will remain unique. GOT if you will. Haha. Incidentally, where is the wisdom that has always been applied to Trusova, that jumps in training are meaningless as long as they are not shown in competition? Haha. By the way, I prefer to trust the results than the fans, and they clearly show a regression. Despite atomic mushrooms without equal. Haha.
CAS allowed her to take part. The 15 year old is no doubt the victim in all of this.

All Trusova has are her quads she places no emphasis on artistry and choreography, whereas artistry and choreography is the highlight of Kamila's programs.

The only person receiving atomic mushrooms was Sasha who deprived Yametova a well deserved bronze and prize money.
 
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