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Thread: 2018–19 Russian JGP Team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    You guys are correct of course
    This makes more sense -- Buyanova equaling massive inflation
    I really don't see what Chistyakova is in the 11-19 team rather than 10-15 alongside Akatieva, Frolova, and Moroz
    Boys, girls 10-15 - all on results of Zhuk Memorial. Akatieva won younger (10 y.o. and younger), Frolova and Moroz medalists of elder (11-12 y.o.), the same boys in this age group - winner of younger and medalist of elder.
    All boys and girls in this group are on results of Zhuk Memorial - winners of younger or medalists of elder (if medalists of elder did not earn higher group by high other results).

    Chistyakova won Spartakiad, it is more important competition.

    Buyanova of course has influence. But Chistyakova looks nice and promising (I've seen tre at season 2017/2018 several times), and if not so - unfluence of coach would not be enough.
    Hope she will be at Junior test skate as pretender to JGP.

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    But do you thinks she's likely to get 1? isn't she more like 10th in line?

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    Uh, Chistyakova is very unremarkable. High Lutz but otherwise her non-jump categories are meh at best and the jumps aren't anything special, either. I don't think she should be anywhere near JGP contention.

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    I would agree. I'd think that even Frolova or Ryabova would merit one over her...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    I would agree. I'd think that even Frolova or Ryabova would merit one over her...
    Nobody knows future.
    I've seen Kostornaia at early September 2015 - good but not excellent. After that was injury and lower level than before injry. But at early September 2017 amazing, unbelievably good - new star born.

    Chistyakova has a chance. What will be - we will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirals for Miles View Post
    I would agree. I'd think that even Frolova or Ryabova would merit one over her...
    Chistyakova is stronger than it seems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WxpvZd4MFA

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    one clean free skate does not a star make
    and that short was so messy

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