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    Quote Originally Posted by hollyho View Post
    Did Alena withdraw? What happened?
    It is required 6 ladies to start a competetion. Mandatory requirement.
    Without Daria it was only 5. Alena saved us)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollyho View Post
    Did Alena withdraw? What happened?
    It seems she didn't plan to participate in FS.. after all, she was just a quick and surprising substitute yesterday... maybe she didn't want to take Anna's victory from her..

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    For prizes of the President of the Federation of figure skating in Moscow

    Final Protocols https://sportvokrug.ru/r/competition...0%BE%D0%BB.pdf
    and http://ffkm.ru/images/files/017-18/2...PPFFKM2018.pdf

    Nobody was clean, except Egor Rukhin, winner of Senior Men, and I've seen a lot of crying girls, including Anna Shcherbakova, who was first in Senior Ladies but cried because she was not clean in FS (3Lz+3Lo<< fall, other good).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azikin View Post
    It seems she didn't plan to participate in FS.. after all, she was just a quick and surprising substitute yesterday... maybe she didn't want to take Anna's victory from her..
    If in all-Russian competitions are 6 or more competitors in Seniors, places 1 and 2 get title "Master of Sports". So when Guseva WD - Kostornaia competed (only SP but it is counted), she has this title yet, and when she WD after SP two girls got chance to earn this title - Anna Scherbakova and Yasmina Kadyrova from Kazan (she skates nicely), who got 1st and 2nd places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    For prizes of the President of the Federation of figure skating in Moscow

    Final Protocols https://sportvokrug.ru/r/competition...0%BE%D0%BB.pdf

    Nobody was clean, except Egor Rukhin, winner of Senior Men, and I've seen a lot of crying girls, including Anna Shcherbakova, who was first in Senior Ladies but cried because she was not clean in FS (3Lz+3Lo<< fall, other good).
    Oh Anya

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    For prizes of the President of the Federation of figure skating in Moscow

    This time it was not so interesting as previous ones.
    At 2016 I've seen seven(!!!) back-to-back clean FS (Senior Ladies), 77 jumps (including 49 triples, 14 2A) with no falls, no URs, only one step-out. I believe it was only one time in all FS history.
    At 2017 - excellent skating of Scherbakova and Trusova.

    This time were not so many skaters and almost no clean performances (only Egor Rukhin in Senor Men, no quads, while were good 3A).
    But it was interesting. Very good skating (except one mistake) of Scherbakova. Nice skating of "Tatarstan princess" Yasmina Kadyrova. Fomina progressed a lot and if not in Russia would become national level skater - she is way better than Austman and Chartrand for example. Tsibinova was good and way better than other Junior Ladies. Mukhortova has very good non-jumping elements while not so good jumps. Very young Rukhin was good for his age etc.

    And I've seen a lot of known skaters who did not compete there. Daniil Samsonov, Moris Kvitelashvili, Alexey Erokhov, Artem Kovalev, Tsurskaya, Tarakanova, Trusova - they all look fine. Also all the Team Tutberidze - Eteri (in three different suits for one day), Dudakov, Gleykhengaus, Rozanov - they also look fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    If in all-Russian competitions are 6 or more competitors in Seniors, places 1 and 2 get title "Master of Sports". So when Guseva WD - Kostornaia competed (only SP but it is counted), she has this title yet, and when she WD after SP two girls got chance to earn this title - Anna Scherbakova and Yasmina Kadyrova from Kazan (she skates nicely), who got 1st and 2nd places.
    So Anna will become MC now?
    Why didn't she receive it last year, when she won senior category as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexRus View Post
    For prizes of the President of the Federation of figure skating in Moscow

    This time it was not so interesting as previous ones.
    At 2016 I've seen seven(!!!) back-to-back clean FS (Senior Ladies), 77 jumps (including 49 triples, 14 2A) with no falls, no URs, only one step-out. I believe it was only one time in all FS history.
    At 2017 - excellent skating of Scherbakova and Trusova.

    This time were not so many skaters and almost no clean performances (only Egor Rukhin in Senor Men, no quads, while were good 3A).
    But it was interesting. Very good skating (except one mistake) of Scherbakova. Nice skating of "Tatarstan princess" Yasmina Kadyrova. Fomina progressed a lot and if not in Russia would become national level skater - she is way better than Austman and Chartrand for example. Tsibinova was good and way better than other Junior Ladies. Mukhortova has very good non-jumping elements while not so good jumps. Very young Rukhin was good for his age etc.

    And I've seen a lot of known skaters who did not compete there. Daniil Samsonov, Moris Kvitelashvili, Alexey Erokhov, Artem Kovalev, Tsurskaya, Tarakanova, Trusova - they all look fine. Also all the Team Tutberidze - Eteri (in three different suits for one day), Dudakov, Gleykhengaus, Rozanov - they also look fine.
    To be fair, the junior skating season is quite long because it starts a month earlier than the seniors and they also have to be ready even earlier for their test skates otherwise they wouldn’t get their JGP events, so I don’t blame them that they don’t want to compete at the second half of the April. Short holiday, end of the school years exams at school and getting new program, and maybe even spending some time on learning new elements such as quads, this all takes time. So those who have done well throughout the year, they don’t need to be competing now. If the organisers want the big names at their competition, they should do the competition in February or March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    If the organisers want the big names at their competition, they should do the competition in February or March.
    Impossile.
    Junior Nationals - late January or early Febriary.
    Moscow and StPetersburg qualifiers to Nationals Younger Age - about the same time.
    Moscow and StPetersburg qualifiers to Nationals Elder Age - early March.
    Nationals Younger Age and Junior Worlds - early or mid March.
    Nationals Elder Age - early April.

    If "For prizes of the President of the Federation of figure skating in Moscow" will be earlier than mid April - "big names" will be at above mentioned competitions.

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