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    Lightbulb 2019-20 GP Series: Entries announced

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    Nice to see Han Yan is back

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Nice to see Han Yan is back
    Yes. I look foward to see him again too😉

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    Loena, Laurine and Mae all at Internationaux de France, that's nice for my watching convenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lariko View Post
    I think I am going to make a list of whom I would be overjoyed to see, to just check how unlucky I am

    Ladies: Zagitova, Trusova, Sakomoto, Lim
    Gentlemen: Uno, Messing, Zhou, Boyang, Brezhina, Voronov, Lazukin
    Pairs: Zabiyako&Enbert, James&Cipres, DellaMonica& Guarise, Pavlyuchenko & Khodykin
    Well, here was my ‘to die for’ list, and... I will get to see two athletes out of it. One each from Ladies and Gents, none from pairs. I mean, i can’t complain given SCI got big stars as headliners, but aww...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunalovesskating View Post
    Zagitova also seems to have the easy route.
    Zagitova and Shcherbakova both have as World and National Champion respectively. This was to be expected. I was expecting either of them at Rostelecom, though. I‘m also a bit surprised they let Sasha meet Rika before the GPF. Also strange that Bradie will have to do back to back events. Isn‘t that a bit tough on the body? Great to see Sima having an entry, as well as Sotskova but no Gubanova despite her being on the senior reserve team? Overall, some of these choices really confuse me.

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    A few thoughts on ladies:

    Satoko has been pretty protected with this seeding, but I'm surprised she didn't get NHK.
    I really hope that NHK spot goes to Mai.
    Bradie gets the short end of the stick by having back to back events and limited opportunity to build PCS and momentum (this hurt H/D in the long run).
    The matchup between Bradie/Kaori/Liza at Skate America will be fascinating.
    A matchup between Alina and Rika at NHK? Trusova and Rika at Skate Canada?
    I'm very doubtful that Karen will keep both of her spots.
    Kostornaia could walk away with some big PCS given her competition in her events.
    The 3A have all been set up to succeed. All of their first events look harder than their second events though.
    Mako Yamashita could surprise a lot of people at Skate America. She was on fire in the early season last year and tbh should have beaten Liza at Skate Canada.

    Even so I have no idea what's going to happen, and all in all this is a much more exciting GP than last year already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RemyRose View Post
    Maria and Serafima says hi to all those who assumed they would get shafted
    So does Marin

    I am already nervous for my two daughters in law, Mai & Kaori

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluture View Post
    Great to see Sima having an entry, as well as Sotskova but no Gubanova despite her being on the senior reserve team?
    Probably because that list is for funding, not assignments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theharleyquinn View Post
    I really hope that NHK spot goes to Mai.
    Mai Mihara? I believe she’s already been assigned to two competitions (Canada and China) though.

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    Skate Canada ladies field:

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    Literally every single ladies event is stacked. I mean, we knew this would happen, but it's another thing to read the list. Good grief that's a deep field. Has skating ever been this competitive?

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    Entries GP Ladies 2019

    What are your impressions?

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    So relieved about Marin. Really hope she pulls through with a great result.

    Really really relieved about Lilah and Lewis getting two spots. Penny and Nick always got shafted with one to it’s nice to see their hard work pay off! Back to NHK as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khtmyzr View Post
    Mai Mihara? I believe she’s already been assigned to two competitions (Canada and China) though.
    Oof my search missed her second spot! In that case, it would be nice if it went to Marin, but she'll really have to prove herself in the early season.

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    A few things to say:

    The IDF and NHK looks stacked for ice dance.
    The top 3 Russian junior ladies of last year don't compete against each other for any of the GPs...so there's a chance all 3 will makes the GPF.
    I'm a bit surprised Alaine Chartrand isn't on the list here.
    I fully expect to be surprised by the men's events as always.

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    - Rusfed was lazy, so they just paired the girls and gave each pair two GPs.
    - It is weird that Alina didn't get Rostelecom.

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    The Canadian men did very well in terms of getting spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theharleyquinn View Post
    A few thoughts on ladies:

    Satoko has been pretty protected with this seeding, but I'm surprised she didn't get NHK.
    I really hope that NHK spot goes to Mai.
    Bradie gets the short end of the stick by having back to back events and limited opportunity to build PCS and momentum (this hurt H/D in the long run).
    The matchup between Bradie/Kaori/Liza at Skate America will be fascinating.
    A matchup between Alina and Rika at NHK? Trusova and Rika at Skate Canada?
    I'm very doubtful that Karen will keep both of her spots.
    Kostornaia could walk away with some big PCS given her competition in her events.
    The 3A have all been set up to succeed. All of their first events look harder than their second events though.
    Mako Yamashita could surprise a lot of people at Skate America. She was on fire in the early season last year and tbh should have beaten Liza at Skate Canada.

    Even so I have no idea what's going to happen, and all in all this is a much more exciting GP than last year already.
    The big loser does seem to be Bradie. I think she will be lucky to be 5th or 6th each GP.
    Don't forget Lilbet in SA-she is landing her quad AND 3A.
    There will be injuries and withdraws, so will be interesting to know who is 'on deck' for Russia, Japan and U.S. Especially if Karen Chen also withdraws.

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    I thought RusFed was smart and paired up the top 6 girls to spread out the assignments. Otherwise we could’ve had an event with Alina, Anna, Sasha and Rika which would almost automatically knock one out from qualifying from the final.

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