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[2018] World Championships (19-25.03) - Practice, Fluff & all the In-betweens

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Practice, Fluff & all the In-betweens 

 

ISU World Championships 2018

World Championships

Milan / ITA

19.03.2018 - 25.03.2018

 

 

 

All pre-comp discussion, practice reports, as well as fluff and other in-betweens during the competition goes here!

Competition threads for all disciplines will be opened separately!

 

 

 

 

*times listed hereon are in your local time
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The rosters for the event are now out, and the following skaters will be participating:

 

Men Ladies Ice Dance Pairs
  1. Slavik HAYRAPETYAN (ARM)

  2. Brendan KERRY (AUS)

  3. Larry LOUPOLOVER (AZE)

  4. Keegan MESSING (CAN)

  5. Nam NGUYEN (CAN)

  6. Boyang JIN (CHN)

  7. Chih-I TSAO (TPE)

  8. Nicholas VRDOLJAK (CRO)

  9. Michal BREZINA (CZE)

  10. Valtter VIRTANEN (FIN)

  11. Romain PONSART (FRA)

  12. Morisi KVITELASHVILI (GEO)

  13. Paul FENTZ (GER)

  14. Phillip HARRIS (GBR)

  15. Alexei BYCHENKO (ISR)

  16. Daniel SAMOHIN (ISR)

  17. Matteo RIZZO (ITA)

  18. Yuzuru HANYU (JPN)

  19. Keiji TANAKA (JPN)

  20. Shoma UNO (JPN)

  21. Denis TEN (KAZ)

  22. Deniss VASILJEVS (LAT)

  23. Julian Zhi Jie YEE (MAS)

  24. Donovan CARRILLO (MEX)

  25. Igor REZNICHENKO (POL)

  26. Jinseo KIM (KOR)

  27. Dmitri ALIEV (RUS)

  28. Mikhail KOLYADA (RUS)

  29. Javier RAYA (ESP)

  30. Alexander MAJOROV (SWE)

  31. Stephane WALKER (SUI)

  32. Burak DEMIRBOGA (TUR)

  33. Ivan PAVLOV (UKR)

  34. Max AARON (USA)

  35. Nathan CHEN (USA)

  36. Vincent ZHOU (USA)

  37. Misha GE (UZB)

  1. Kailani CRAINE (AUS)
  2. Alisa STOMAKHINA (AUT)
  3. Loena HENDRICKX (BEL)
  4. Isadora WILLIAMS (BRA)
  5. Larkyn AUSTMAN (CAN)
  6. Gabrielle DALEMAN (CAN)
  7. Kaetlyn OSMOND (CAN)
  8. Xiangning LI (CHN)

  9. Amy LIN (TPE)

  10. Eliska BREZINOVA (CZE)

  11. Gerli LIINAMÄE (EST)

  12. Viveca LINDFORS (FIN)

  13. Laurine LECAVELIER (FRA)

  14. Nicole SCHOTT (GER)

  15. Natasha MCKAY (GBR)

  16. Ivett TOTH (HUN)

  17. Carolina KOSTNER (ITA)

  18. Elisabetta LECCARDI (ITA)

  19. Wakaba HIGUCHI (JPN)

  20. Satoko MIYAHARA (JPN)

  21. Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA (KAZ)

  22. Angelina KUCHVALSKA (LAT)

  23. Elzbieta KROPA (LTU)

  24. Anne Line GJERSEM (NOR)

  25. Alisson Krystle PERTICHETO (PHI)

  26. Dabin CHOI (KOR)

  27. Hanul KIM (KOR)

  28. Evgenia MEDVEDEVA (RUS)

  29. Maria SOTSKOVA (RUS)

  30. Alina ZAGITOVA (RUS)

  31. Antonina DUBININA (SRB)

  32. Nicole RAJICOVA (SVK)

  33. Dasa GRM (SLO)

  34. Anita ÖSTLUND (SWE)

  35. Alexia PAGANINI (SUI)

  36. Anna KHNYCHENKOVA (UKR)

  37. Karen CHEN (USA)

  38. Mirai NAGASU (USA)

  39. Bradie TENNELL (USA)

  1. Tina GARABEDIAN / Simon PROULX SENECAL (ARM)
  2. Chantelle KERRY / Andrew DODDS (AUS)
  3. Viktoria KAVALIOVA / Yurii BIELIAIEV (BLR)
  4. Teodora MARKOVA / Simon DAZE (BUL)
  5. Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER (CAN)
  6. Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS (CAN)
  7. Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE (CAN)
  8. Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIU (CHN)
  9. Cortney MANSOUROVA / Michal CESKA (CZE)
  10. Cecilia TÖRN / Jussiville PARTANEN (FIN)
  11. Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LE GAC (FRA)
  12. Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON (FRA)
  13. Kavita LORENZ / Joti POLIZOAKIS (GER)
  14. Lilah FEAR / Lewis GIBSON (GBR)
  15. Anna YANOVSKAYA / Adam LUKACS (HUN)
  16. Adel TANKOVA / Ronald ZILBERBERG (ISR)
  17. Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE (ITA)
  18. Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI (ITA)
  19. Kana MURAMOTO / Chris REED (JPN)
  20. Allison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS (LTU)
  21. Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEV (POL)
  22. Yura MIN / Alexander GAMELIN (KOR)
  23. Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN (RUS)
  24. Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIRO (RUS)
  25. Lucie MYSLIVECKOVA / Lukas CSOLLEY (SVK)
  26. Olivia SMART / Adrian DIAZ (ESP)
  27. Alisa AGAFONOVA / Alper UCAR (TUR)
  28. Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN (UKR)
  29. Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES (USA)
  30. Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER (USA)
  31. Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE (USA)
  1. Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA / Harley WINDSOR (AUS)

  2. Miriam ZIEGLER / Severin KIEFER (AUT)

  3. Sofiya KARAGODINA / Semyon STEPANOV (AZE)

  4. Kirsten MOORE-TOWERS / Michael MARINARO (CAN)

  5. Camille RUEST / Andrew WOLFE (CAN)

  6. Julianne SEGUIN / Charlie BILODEAU (CAN)

  7. Cheng PENG / Yang JIN (CHN)

  8. Wenjing SUI / Cong HAN (CHN)

  9. Xiaoyu YU / Hao ZHANG (CHN)

  10. Lana PETRANOVIC / Antonio SOUZA-KORDEIRU (CRO)

  11. Anna DUSKOVA / Martin BIDAR (CZE)

  12. Tae Ok RYOM / Ju Sik KIM (PRK)

  13. Lola ESBRAT / Andrei NOVOSELOV (FRA)

  14. Vanessa JAMES / Morgan CIPRES (FRA)

  15. Annika HOCKE / Ruben BLOMMAERT (GER)

  16. Aljona SAVCHENKO / Bruno MASSOT (GER)

  17. Zoe JONES / Christopher BOYADJI (GBR)

  18. Elizaveta KASHITSYNA / Mark MAGYAR (HUN)

  19. Paige CONNERS / Evgeni KRASNOPOLSKI (ISR)

  20. Nicole DELLA MONICA / Matteo GUARISE (ITA)

  21. Valentina MARCHEI / Ondrej HOTAREK (ITA)

  22. Miu SUZAKI / Ryuichi KIHARA (JPN)

  23. Kyueun KIM / Alex Kang Chan KAM (KOR)

  24. Kristina ASTAKHOVA / Alexei ROGONOV (RUS)

  25. Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV (RUS)

  26. Natalia ZABIIAKO / Alexander ENBERT (RUS)

  27. Laura BARQUERO / Aritz MAESTU (ESP)

  28. Ioulia CHTCHETININA / Mikhail AKULOV (SUI)

  29. Tarah KAYNE / Danny O'SHEA (USA)

  30. Alexa SCIMECA KNIERIM / Chris KNIERIM (USA)

 

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INDEX OF IMPORTANT MOMENTS

 

  • Yuzuru Hanyu WD, Kazuki Tomono in [x]
  • Sui/Han WD [x]
  • Evgenia Medvedeva WD, Kostantinova in [x]
  • Denis Ten WD, Rakimgaliev in [x]
  • Daniel Samohin dislocated his shoulder, still in currently [x]
  • Karen Chen WD, Mariah Bell in [x]
  • Tarah Kayne and Danny O'Shea WD, Deanna Stellato and Nathan Bartholomay in [x]
  • 19.03.2018 Monday Ladies' practice [x]
  • 19.03.2018 Monday Men's practice [x]

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Thank you! also i thought he would rest and wouldn't attend but is it certain yet?

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@Bilge @asiacheetah

 

I think it's 99.99% that he's not attending. I would imagine some type of medical documentation would be needed for an official WD to be handed in to JSF, if he's citing medical reasons, so they're probably covering that one. If they know already, I am sure Mura has been informed, even if it is not yet official (which is why he's still on the list).

Even with Yuzuru being how he is, I would seriously be massively surprised to hear he's attending after all. 

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1 hour ago, Yatagarasu said:

@Bilge @asiacheetah

 

I think it's 99.99% that he's not attending. I would imagine some type of medical documentation would be needed for an official WD to be handed in to JSF, if he's citing medical reasons, so they're probably covering that one. If they know already, I am sure Mura has been informed, even if it is not yet official (which is why he's still on the list).

Even with Yuzuru being how he is, I would seriously be massively surprised to hear he's attending after all. 

nice percentageXD yeah i though he wouldn't attend but that 0.01% in me was still curious

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On 2/24/2018 at 1:14 PM, yuzuangel said:

Here's the official site: 

 

The schedule: 

 

We have a thread here about buying tickets, meetups, etc. https://planethanyu.com/topic/191-2018-worlds-milano-tickets/The entries: 

 (officially, but many skaters may still drop out )

 

 

What are your predictions? Wishes? Things you are looking forward to?

 

On 2/28/2018 at 2:11 AM, SparkleSalad said:

Looks like Adam WD and Jason is in!

 

 

On 3/2/2018 at 5:46 AM, MrPudding said:

:peekapooh:

 

On 3/2/2018 at 5:49 AM, SparkleSalad said:

 

If he is, that makes the likelihood of Keiji getting that 3rd spot for Japan higher. >_>

 

On 3/2/2018 at 5:52 AM, MrPudding said:

worlds for men is looking a bit.. 

Actual: Top 6 - 2 :tumblr_inline_ncmif7esGm1rpglid: = 4 skaters left

the possibility: Top 4 - 2 skaters ( unsure ) = 2 skaters

 

:war:

 

On 3/2/2018 at 9:29 AM, SparkleSalad said:

Nathan stiill in, Jason and Ross declined so Max replaces Adam. 

 

ShibSibs are also skipping.

 

 

 

On 3/2/2018 at 9:45 AM, Winnie_20 said:

One of my favorite piano pieces, and a sure-bet Austin Powers medley at the Gala

versus

Coldplay. 

I'm good! :party2:

 

edit: just realized I'm saved from TWO Coldplay programs, with Adam withdrawing. :clap:

 

On 3/2/2018 at 4:27 PM, axelnojutsu said:

You know, I wasn’t too bummed about Yuzu not being there but man can at least some guys be bothered to show up for worlds, it’s getting depressing 

 

At this point it’s like the do it for her meme but with Boyang for me :war:

 

On 3/2/2018 at 6:36 PM, kaeryth said:

At this point it's looking like Pairs and Ladies will be the more exciting comp...and Shoma will now have a higher chance of winning gold in a major competition this season. I think Yuzu gave him the silver curse this season (GPF, 4CC, OG)..:tumblr_inline_mqt4grU8ua1qz4rgp:

 

On 3/2/2018 at 6:50 PM, Xen said:

If Japanese men go decently clean, they can all finish top 12 I think. Same with US men. 

 

On 3/2/2018 at 7:17 PM, ClarissaH said:

Oh boy with all the skaters who have withdrawn, Worlds certainly will be interesting. I really hope that Hanyu doesn't withdraw, since I do love seeing him skate and to defend his title, but if he needs to withdraw because it's too much for him with his current injuries then I totally understand. Do what you need to and come back stronger for next season. 

 

On 3/3/2018 at 2:16 AM, Larsy said:

If Shoma wins gold at Worlds, we'll have a different gold medallist for each international competition this season (Nate GPF, Boyang 4CC, Yuzu Olys)

 

Quoting everything here to keep it all in one thread. We're working on organization and opening the fluff threads earlier so there won't be repeated threads or confusion about where things go :tumblr_inline_np9uqjPApW1qid2nw_75sq: Sorry about the hassle everyone :81:

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Whispers

Spoiler

I just kinda don't want Nathen to win a world championship simply because all the big guns aren't going.... It will just further emphasise the annoying American media propoganda and they will become even more insufferable

 

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I just wanted to share with you all my working shift as a volunteer on thursday in particular (men's SP day): Thu 5.45-14.15 VIP desk

 

:headdesk2: <---- this is me at the VIP desk at five forty-five in the damn morning

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You know who I'm most "mad" at for skipping? Shibs. After defended them to my Mom, I earned the right to see them!

 

Lol. :facepalm:

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16 minutes ago, Murieleirum said:

I just wanted to share with you all my working shift as a volunteer on thursday in particular (men's SP day): Thu 5.45-14.15 VIP desk

 

:headdesk2: <---- this is me at the VIP desk at five forty-five in the damn morning

 

Ouch...

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31 minutes ago, WinForPooh said:

Bet this is only the beginning of the WDs.

It's not even about motivation...so many skaters trained too hard for Olys and are too injured to go to Worlds now:13877886:

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1 hour ago, yuzuangel said:

It's not even about motivation...so many skaters trained too hard for Olys and are too injured to go to Worlds now:13877886:

I know, the names of the walking wounded are still trickling in. 

 

Also, did China only have one spot? Or did they have two, and did Han Yan withdraw? He looked like one of the walking wounded, too. 

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