Team Russia - Promising Young Skaters

NaVi

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Here's previous years scoreboards and protocols for the Zhuk Memorial younger nationals I found through using archive.org on fsrussia.ru and fskate.ru(someone really needs to remake that).

good for comparing total scores between years: https://web.archive.org/web/20190514142040/http://www.fskate.ru/info/competitions/17/

2019: https://www.fsrussia.ru/results/1819/mlvozr1819/index.htm https://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/competitons/1819/specprogramma1819_protocol.pdf
2018: https://www.fsrussia.ru/results/1718/mlvozr/index.htm http://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/competitons/1718/specprogramma1718_protocol.pdf
2017: https://www.fsrussia.ru/results/1617/specprogramma1617/index.htm http://fsrussia.ru/files/docs/competitons/1617/specprogramma1617_protocol_revised.pdf
2016: https://www.fsrussia.ru/results/1516/specprogramma1516/index.htm https://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/competitons/1516/specprogramma1516_protocol_revised.pdf
2015: https://fsrussia.ru/results/1415/specprogramma1415/index.htm https://www.fsrussia.ru/files/docs/competitons/1415/specprogramma1415_protocol.pdf
2014: A black hole year. Neither the scoreboard or protocol were archived properly because they redesigned their website and didn't link to the results. Look at fskate.ru for total score: https://web.archive.org/web/2014032....ru/lib/107_pervenstvo-rossii-2014-ml-vozrast https://web.archive.org/web/20190514142040/http://www.fskate.ru/results/tour/1258.html
2013: https://web.archive.org/web/20131022100201/http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1213/zhuk2013/index.htm https://web.archive.org/web/20140103010700/http://fsrussia.ru/upl/ckeditor/8079206.pdf
2012: https://web.archive.org/web/20120930093549/http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1112/zhuk12/index.htm https://web.archive.org/web/20120930093607/http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1112/zhuk12/finaldoc.pdf
2011: https://web.archive.org/web/20110503061246/http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/zhuk11/index.htm
2010: https://web.archive.org/web/20140103011424/http://online.fsrussia.ru/Memorial Zhuka 2010/

For a quick metric, the number of skaters to score over 40 in elements in the younger group from years 2015-2020: 3,3,6,7,10,13

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The number of skaters to score over 50 in elements in the older group from years 2015-2020: 2,4,7,6,9,12
 

NaVi

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The livestreams for the elements portion were taken down because of music copyright, but thankfully the federation is uploading the rest of the competition to their youtube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFSRussia/videos


Number of either 3Lz or 3F in the SP for the younger group(about 10 years old) with positive GOE(less lenient than when I did this for the Moscow qualifier)
* 2015: 1 from 1 skater
* 2016: 3 from 2 skaters
* 2017: 1 from 1 skater (that skater came in 9th in both the SP and overall)
* 2018: 8 from 6 skaters
* 2019: 10 from 8 skaters
* 2020: 16 from 12 skaters
 

Edwin

СделаноВХрустальном!
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The livestreams for the elements portion were taken down because of music copyright, but thankfully the federation is uploading the rest of the competition to their youtube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFSRussia/videos


Number of either 3Lz or 3F for the younger group(about 10 years old) with positive GOE(less lenient than when I did this for the Moscow qualifier)
* 2015: 1 from 1 skater
* 2016: 3 from 2 skaters
* 2017: 1 from 1 skater (that skater came in 9th in both the SP and overall)
* 2018: 8 from 6 skaters
* 2019: 10 from 8 skaters
* 2020: 16 from 12 skaters

Their tech is excellent, all around, all over Russia.
 

siela

On the Ice
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Feb 28, 2012
I came across this live stream browsing the youtube today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhS3KDAe0uc
This event is scheduled to take place on July 22, 5:35 PM Moscow time. It is going to be exhibition skating event of the Moscow FS school 'Army of Skaters', where its pupils will show their new programs. This is a new school and the majority of skaters in it are very young, but this still might be interesting for those who follow Russian up-and-coming skaters from very young age - especially in these times when FS is so scarce. Grishin (Russian 1st channel commentator) is going to provide the commentary.
 

NaVi

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Taisia Korobitryna (2010) SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrksbwUjesQ :clap:

3Lz+2T, 3F, 2A - very impressive jumps for someone so young.

I was just getting ready to post her. Here she is doing the same short program 7 months ago for comparison. Hope she gets invited to the Ice Age Kids show.

...

One thing to keep an eye on is Olympic eligibility. If they don't change the age rules(and I think they shouldn't now... instead I think they should create new competitive categories for men without quads/ladies without 3A or quads.) skaters need to be born before July 1st 2010 to be eligible for the 2026 Olympics. Taisia Korobitsina was born February 3, 2010 so she is eligible.

Her coach has written on instagram that she's with Eteri now: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGozQojp87C/

She was 5th at the younger russian nationals and the only skater in the top 10 not from Moscow or St Petersburg. Here's her programs from that event:
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kqev14_1iSE
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpATuFTLBuc

 

Edwin

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The Ice Age, Kids participants all stood out, in the girls, in the boys and in the young dance pairs.
 

NaVi

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Number of either 3Lz or 3F in the top 10 of the SP for the younger group(about 10 years old) without major errors(I will count jumps with very slight negative GOE... )
* 2014: 1 from 1 skaters (Viktoria Vasilieva with a 3F)
* 2015: 1 from 1 skaters (Anna Shcherbakova with a 3F. A few more 3Lo jumps were being done)
* 2016: 0 from 0 skaters (top 2 did 3Lo)
* 2017: 3 from 3 skaters (but Valieva won the SP with a 3T and 3S. 2 of those either left the sport or moved to another country and the other is Akatieva)
* 2018: 3 from 3 skaters (but more were being attempted with bad GOE)
* 2019: 7 from 5 skaters (you start to see skaters doing both 3Lz and 3F)
* 2020: 9 from 7 skaters (the skater who came in 12th did both a 3Lz and 3F with about 0 GOE which would make it 11 from 8 skaters)

Number of intentional double jumps, 3S or 3T attempted in the top 10 of the SP for the younger group. Solo 2A and the 2nd jump in combinations don't count. This better measures attempts at the harder jumps and accounts for the 3Lo too.
* 2014: 17 (3 intentional double jumps)
* 2015: 14 (2 intentional double jumps)
* 2016: 18 (5 intentional double jumps. Valieva did 2 of them. I remember watching this and not feeling optimistic about her future)
* 2017: 12
* 2018: 10 (1 intentional double jump)
* 2019: 5
* 2020: 4

So 9 out of 20 jump passes feature a 3F or 3Lz(with neutralish or above GOE) which is about double the 4 jump passes featuring a 3S or 3T. Two years ago the number of jump passes featuring a 3F or 3Lz was a third of the jump passes featuring a 3S or 3T.

For this season: http://ffkm.ru/images/files/online/PM2021ml/ http://ffkm.ru/images/files/online/PM2021ml/_K_Scores.pdf

* There were 14 triple flips or triple lutzs with at least neutral GOE from the top 10 skaters. A couple of those had ! though but I left out a couple more with very slight negative GOE that I could have put in.
* There were no intentional double jumps, 3S, or 3T from the top 10 skaters. Everyone did at least a 3Lo as their least difficult jump. In fact, the first skater to do a 3T or 3S was the 17th ranked skater who did both. The 28th ranked skater was the first one to do an intentional double jump.
 
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