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    They hack them in the hopes of downloading malware onto the computers of people checking out the site. GS has to be, and is, very vigilant about this stuff.

    And you are right. The original data is the best

    which is why I have been on a tear to get as much of it waybacked as possible this season.

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    The Entries/Results Page is up for the Riga Cup.

    Unfortunately, Nikita Vitryanyuk is not in the starting order for the Men's SP. So, it looks like he has withdrawn.

    HOWEVER, Polina Ustinova will be the final skater in Group 3 of the Ladies SP. She will be the 15th of the 32 skaters to start.

    ALL THE BEST POLINA!!!!

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    Just a wee reminder that the Ladies SP for the Riga Cup starts in 20 minutes.

    Polina Ustinova will be the final skater in Group 3. She is due to start at 12:33:10 local time, which incidentally is the same time in Cyprus AND in Moscow.

    For those in Yekaterinburg, her start time will be 14:33:10.

    But that may change if any of the skaters on before her withdraw.

    Here is the link for the Time Schedule:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CNZLyPgUcAEM8LC.png

    And for the Live Streaming (not on air yet):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8

    Hope this helps

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 08-28-2015 at 06:25 AM.

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    Polina Ustinova finished 31st in today's Short Programme at the Riga Cup.

    2015 Riga Cup Ladies Short Programme Results

    Polina was the first skater that was focussed in on during the Group 3 Warm-Up. Here is the direct link to the start of the Warm-Up, within the video of the whole Ladies SP competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=6528

    And here is the direct link to Polina's performance, again within the video of the whole Ladies SP competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=8321

    Finally, here is the video just showing Polina's SP (unfortunately, it doesn't show her getting her results):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQM6Yd7Wrs0

    Polina had a fall, but still managed to score 26.12. That is considerably more than her previous Personal Best SP at an ISU competition, 17.16 scored a year ago at the Ljubljana Cup. It is also just shy of her International Personal Best SP, 26.50 scored in April at the Triglav Cup.

    Polina will be the third to start in tomorrow's Free Programme.

    More details about her start time and the livestream will be posted tomorrow morning.

    ALL THE BEST POLINA

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    Just a wee reminder that the Ladies FS for the Riga Cup starts in 2 hours.

    Polina Ustinova will be the third skater to start in the Free Skate. She is due to start at 16:50:50 local time, which incidentally is the same time in Cyprus AND in Moscow.

    For those in Yekaterinburg, her start time will be 18:50:50.

    But that may change if either of the skaters on before her withdraw.

    Here is the link for the Time Schedule:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CNejzSUUwAEtlhk.png

    And for the Live Streaming (not on air yet):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI-dXyjz9LA

    Hope this helps

    CaroLiza_fan

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    Apologies for posting this so late. I only got a chance to watch the Ladies FS this morning.

    Polina Ustinova finished 30th in Friday's Free Skate at the Riga Cup.

    2015 Riga Cup Ladies Free Skate Results

    Despite this, she slipped one place from where she was after the SP, and finished 32nd overall at the Riga Cup.

    2015 Riga Cup Ladies Results

    Polina was the final skater to go onto the ice for the Group 1 Warm-Up. Unfortunately, because it was the first group, there were a lot of graphics being shown as the housekeeping was being done. This meant that we didn't get to see as much of this group as we did the later groups. But we still managed to see some of Polina. And, due to the costume she was wearing for her FS, she was VERY easy to spot!

    Here is the direct link to the start of the Warm-Up, within the video of the whole Ladies FS competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=971

    And here is the direct link to Polina's performance, again within the video of the whole Ladies FS competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=2205

    Finally, here is the video just showing Polina's SP (unfortunately, it doesn't show her getting her results):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pavVP_cIlG4

    Unfortunately, Polina had 2 falls during the Free Skate. (She very nearly had a third as well, but managed to rescue it!) She also did the whole of her final combination after the music had finished. The result was that she got 3 deductions.

    Despite these, Polina still managed to score 43.27. This totally obliterated her previous Personal Best FS at an ISU competition, 29.78 scored a year ago at the Ljubljana Cup. However, it is still just over 11 points lower than her International Personal Best FS, 54.60 scored in March at the World Development Trophy in Poland.

    In addition, her overall score of 69.39 is just shy of 23 points higher than her previous Personal Best overall score at an ISU competition, 46.94 scored a year ago at the Ljubljana Cup. However, it is just over 11 points lower than her International Personal Best FS, 80.56 scored in March at the World Development Trophy in Poland.

    Although Polina finished bottom of the field overall at a Junior Grand Prix for a second time, she can take a LOT of positives from the Riga Cup.

    1. In Ljubljana, Polina was at the bottom of the field in both segments. In Riga, she was not at the bottom of the field in either segment.

    2. In each of the segments as well as overall, Polina's scores in Riga were very close to the girl directly above her, whereas there was a big difference in Ljubljana.

    3. In Riga, all of Polina’s scores were considerably better than they were in Ljubljana.

    4. As a result, all of Polina’s ISU Personal Best Scores are now considerably higher than they were before Riga.

    5. Polina came extremely close to matching her International Personal Best Score in the Short Programme at Riga.


    WELL DONE POLINA!!!

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 09-01-2015 at 08:14 AM.

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    Sorry for the late alert. Ever since I updated it last night, Firefox has been crashing a lot on me.

    Entries/Results Page for Copernicus Cup (Toruń, Poland)

    Just a wee reminder that the Ladies SP for the Copernicus Cup has just started.

    Polina Ustinova will be the first skater in Group 3. She is due to start at 12:07:50 local time, which is 13:07:50 in Cyprus AND in Moscow.

    For those in Yekaterinburg, her start time will be 15:07:50.

    But that may change if any of the skaters on before her withdraw.

    Here is the link for the Time Schedule:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CPpS9X-WoAQ_NLk.png

    And for the Live Streaming (on air NOW):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CJ1bxoKyHg

    Hope this helps

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 09-24-2015 at 03:55 AM.

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    Polina Ustinova finished 31st out of 33 in yesterday's Short Programme at the Copernicus Stars.

    2015 Copernicus Stars Ladies Short Programme Results

    Polina was the first skater that was focussed in on during the Group 3 Warm-Up. Here is the direct link to the start of the Warm-Up, within the video of the whole Ladies SP competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=6528

    And here is the direct link to Polina's performance, again within the video of the whole Ladies SP competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCPpkUu7QP8&t=8321

    Finally, here is the video just showing Polina's SP (unfortunately, it doesn't show her getting her results):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQM6Yd7Wrs0

    I have to be honest, this is not the best I have seen Polina skate. She was better in Riga. She didn't fall, but her hand was down on quite a few of her elements. In the end, she scored 24.51.


    Polina will be the final skater to start in Group 1 of this afternoon's Free Skate. She is due to start at 17:05:10 local time, which is 18:05:10 in Cyprus AND in Moscow.

    For those in Yekaterinburg, her start time will be 20:05:10.

    But that may change if any of the skaters on before her withdraw.

    Here is the link for the Time Schedule:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CPu2qXMXAAA70p3.png

    And for the Live Streaming (not on air yet):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxcEtfJjwuM

    ALL THE BEST POLINA

    CaroLiza_fan
    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 09-26-2015 at 03:07 PM. Reason: Realised I had forgotten to change the link for the SP Results from Latvia to Poland

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    Polina Ustinova finished 31st out of 33 in yesterday's Free Skate at the Copernicus Stars.

    2015 Copernicus Stars Ladies Free Skate Results

    This meant that she maintained her 31st position in the overall results!

    2015 Copernicus Stars Ladies Results

    As in Riga, Polina was the final skater to go onto the ice for the Group 1 Warm-Up. Unfortunately, because it was the first group, there were a lot of graphics being shown as the housekeeping was being done. This meant that we didn't get to see as much of this group as we did the later groups. But they did focus in on her straight after showing the starting order graphic for the competition.

    Here is the direct link to the start of the Warm-Up, within the video of the whole Ladies FS competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxcEtfJjwuM&t=1073

    And here is the direct link to Polina's performance, again within the video of the whole Ladies FS competition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxcEtfJjwuM&t=3029

    Finally, here is the video just showing Polina's FS (unfortunately, it doesn't show her getting her results):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpseL52A1XA

    Polina's Free Skate was pretty good! Although she did have a fall (unlike during her Short Programme), it was nevertheless a LOT better than her Short Programme. In fact, I would say it is the best I've seen her skate!

    Bearing this in mind, it is perhaps unsurprising that Polina achieved a new ISU Personal Best score for a Free Skate. She scored 48.51 in Toruń, which is just over 5 points higher than her previous best of 43.27 from the Riga Cup a few weeks ago. More importantly, it is edging ever closer to her International Personal Best FS, which was also achieved in Poland (54.60, scored in March at the World Development Trophy in Gdańsk).

    That Free Skate score also meant that she set a new Personal Best overall score for an ISU competition. Her score of 73.02 is just shy of 4 points higher than her previous best of 69.39 from the Riga Cup a few weeks ago. However, her lower score in the SP this week meant that she is still 7 points away from her International Personal Best FS, which, again, was also achieved in Poland (80.56 scored in March at the World Development Trophy in Gdańsk).

    The big thing to take from this competition was that, for the first time in her Junior Grand Prix career, Polina did not finish at the bottom of the field. She had 2 skaters behind her in each segment, and overall. (It was the same 2 skaters, but they swapped positions in each segment).


    All in all, Polina has improved at each Junior Grand Prix she has competed in. And as she gets more international experience under her belt, I can see her continuing this trend.

    However, I do feel that what Polina needs most is to get more time on the full-size rinks. Because, with more space, she will be able to work on:

    1. building up her speed
    2. building up the heights of her jumps.


    These are the 2 things that are holding Polina back from making a big jump up the order. And unfortunately, you can't work on improving these on a small rink in a shopping centre, as you are constantly worrying about hitting the boards.

    But in the meantime, let's just concentrate on the huge strides that Polina has made since she made her Junior Grand Prix debut just 13 months ago in Ljubljana!

    WELL DONE POLINA!!!

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 09-26-2015 at 03:07 PM.

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    I was just looking through the entries for today's Sarajevo Open, and noticed that Polina Ustinova is competing in Junior Ladies and Daniella Ipsarides is competing in Advanced Novice Ladies.

    Entries/ Results Page:
    http://www.ksbih.ba/SO2016/index.htm

    EDIT: There is a Livestream, but the quality leaves a LOT to be desired:

    http://ski.ba/#!/extra-streams/Zetra

    Polina will be the second to start the SP in her category, which starts at 12:05 CET (11:05 GMT).

    Daniella is the 11th to start the SP in her category, which is actually second in the final group (Group 3). It started at 08:00 CET (07:00 GMT), so is actually over now.

    ALL THE BEST GIRLS!!!

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 02-05-2016 at 03:17 AM.

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    Just wanted to update you on how Daniella Ipsarides and Polina Ustinova got on in Sarajevo.

    Unfortunately, Daniella has been very sick for the past 2 weeks. She has been bedridden with a high fever. So, although she did take part in the Advanced Novice Ladies competition (her first of the season), she was not able to perform to her usual standard.

    Daniella finished 12th in each segment, and 12th overall. But, considering how sick she has been, she did VERY well.

    2016 Sarajevo Open Advanced Novice Ladies SP: Results; Protocols
    2016 Sarajevo Open Advanced Novice Ladies FS: Results; Protocols
    2016 Sarajevo Open Advanced Novice Ladies: Overall Results

    In the SP, she got a half-point deduction for a fall. Now, this was very unfortunate, as half a point was exactly the distance she was behind Croatian skater Iva GLIGORA at the end of the SP. Iva had a fall in the FS to balance things up on that count.

    Daniella was definitely the skater that suffered most by having both segments held on the same day. She was in the final group to skate in the SP, and the first skater to go in the FS. This would have been tough for somebody who was fully healthy, never mind somebody in Daniella’s position. She did put up a valiant fight, but Iva did enough in the FS to hold onto the position.

    On the plus side, Daniella did get to meet Liza:

    https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...23&oe=572B6EE7



    In Junior Ladies, Polina also had consistent placings. She was 6th in each segment, and 6th overall.

    2016 Sarajevo Open Junior Ladies SP: Results; Protocols
    2016 Sarajevo Open Junior Ladies FS: Results; Protocols
    2016 Sarajevo Open Junior Ladies: Overall Results

    For the whole competition, Polina was in a fight with Croatian skater Valentina MIKAC over 6th and 7th positions. After the SP, there was only 1.36 points between them. Polina was unfortunate to be the first to skate in the FS, and she had a fall. But, when Valentina came on, she had a fall too. So, it balanced things up, and Polina finished ahead of her in the FS by 1.12 points.

    So, all the best to the girls in their next competition.

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    Χρόνια πολλά Daniella!!!

    Just wanted to take this opportunity to wish a Happy 14th Birthday to Daniella Ipsarides.

    I hope you have had an enjoyable day, and that the next year is a good one for you, both on and off the ice!

    All the best

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    Next competition for Daniella Ipsarides was Sofia Trophy in Bulgaria, results here:

    http://clubdenkovastaviski.com/Sofia...U/CAT002EN.HTM

    And next competition for Polina Ustinova was Olympic Hopes in Brasov, results here:

    https://e6a6d83a214ea77865e67a50ad5f...6/CAT012RS.HTM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liud View Post
    Next competition for Daniella Ipsarides was Sofia Trophy in Bulgaria, results here:

    http://clubdenkovastaviski.com/Sofia...U/CAT002EN.HTM
    Thank you so much, Liud.

    I had seen photos of Daniella from the Sofia Trophy, but could not find her in the results. But now I know why - I was looking at the Entries / Results Page for the ISU competition, not realising that there was a separate Entries / Results Page for the younger levels.

    Curious how she was competing at Basic Novice Level at this competition when she normally competes at Advanced Novice. Must have stricter rules on ages in Bulgaria.

    Bearing in mind that this was only a few days after the Sarajevo Open, and so she was still not fully healthy, Daniella finished 7th. BUT, she had no falls and was just 2.5 points behind the girl in 5th.

    There were actually lots of girls representing Cyprus that I had never come across before competing in the even younger age levels. Including one girl with a very Irish name! (Must be an ex-pat). So, I will have to keep an eye out for her and the other girls in the future.

    All the non-ISU results from the Sofia Trophy can be found here:

    http://clubdenkovastaviski.com/Sofia...nISU/index.htm

    Quote Originally Posted by Liud View Post
    And next competition for Polina Ustinova was Olympic Hopes in Brasov, results here:

    https://e6a6d83a214ea77865e67a50ad5f...6/CAT012RS.HTM
    Mmmm. So Polina U had a fall in each segment. But, she still finished 2nd in the SP and 4th in the FS, which meant she won the silver medal!!!

    And I just spotted that Giorgia Isabella Secchi was also competing in the Junior competition. She finished 6th in the SP and 7th in the FS, which meant she finished 7th overall. Giorgia had one fall, in the FS.

    Also, given that she is half Romanian, I am not surprised to see that Danae Hadjimitsi was also competing in Brasov, in the Advanced Novice competition. She was 2nd in each segment, and so won the silver medal. She had 1 point of deductions for falls.

    All the results from the Olympic Hopes can be found here:

    https://e6a6d83a214ea77865e67a50ad5f...2016/index.htm

    WELL DONE TO EVERYBODY, AT BOTH EVENTS!!!

    CaroLiza_fan
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    Thanks for the recent updates, Liud.

    By the way, Daniela Ipsarides was also competing at the weekend. She was competing as a guest skater in the Greek Championships (for more, see this thread)

    Results PDF (in mixture of Latin and Greek characters):
    http://www.eox.gr/wp-content/uploads...sults-2016.pdf

    Daniela was not included in the results table because she was a guest skater. But, she did very well in what was her debut competition at Junior level...

    SHE WON THE COMPETITION!!!

    Daniela will again be competing at Junior level at the Cypriot Championships in 2 weekend's time.

    I will update the results tables at the start of this thread after Nationals are over.

    ALL THE BEST EVERYBODY!!!

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    Last edited by CaroLiza_fan; 05-21-2016 at 08:27 AM.

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    Uhm sorry..
    But I'm just being curious, can you win the competition without having any points? and how can you win the competition if you are "not included in the results"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liud View Post
    Uhm sorry..
    But I'm just being curious, can you win the competition without having any points? and how can you win the competition if you are "not included in the results"?
    Daniela won because got the highest score in the competition.

    But the score is not being published in the results sheet because she was there as a guest skater. She was invited to compete so that the local skater would have somebody to gauge herself against. Just like we had with the Cypriot Championships last season, when there were a whole pile of Russian skaters competing in the very young age levels.

    For Daniela, doing the Greek Championships was a chance to have a trial run at doing a competition at the new level before her own Nationals. It is never good to have a competition that matters (such as your Nationals) as the first competition at a new level. You like to do another competition or 2 beforehand to get experience in competition conditions. But, with there not being any internationals in SE Europe at this time of year, this was the only opportunity to do so.

    So, Daniela being there was was good for both girls.

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