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[2018] JGP Ostrava (26.09 - 29.09)

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26 minutes ago, Nutmeg said:

That was an unexpected podium.

Forgot a combo? That's on par with Dima forgetting the axel. : )) 

it looks like it was planned tho... in Kaunas he did exactly the same, and I wonder why?

Ok, he can only add a 2T or 2Lo becauue he repeats Lz and F already (but ladies do 3 combos without problems, without 3A and quads, so Kirill basically has the same layout options of most ladies). But even a couple of points are better than nothing, right? I don't understand why they wouldn't try to squeeze every single point, more so when BV is low, compared to the other top guys...:ummm:

I'm sad for Kirill and Mitsuki, I really wanted to see more of them :smiley-sad016:

 

 

ETA: LOL I've just realized my rank is popstar, better rush and change it before Yuzu's next comp:laughing:

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4 minutes ago, LadyLou said:

it looks like it was planned tho... in Kaunas he did exactly the same, and I wonder why?

Ok, he can only add a 2T or 2Lo becauue he repeats Lz and F already (but ladies do 3 combos without problems, without 3A and quads, so Kirill basically has the same layout options of most ladies). But even a couple of points are better than nothing, right? I don't understand why they wouldn't try to squeeze every single point, more so when BV is low, compared to the other top guys...:ummm:

I'm sad for Kirill and Mitsuki, I really wanted to see more of them :smiley-sad016:

I see....Well, hopefully next year he'll have the 3A. 

Speaking of which, will Camden have to move to seniors next year, since he's 18, or can he go for another year in juniors?

He doesn't have a quad, yet, does he? :<

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I thought Kirill finishing off the podium here was perhaps a little justified (the top 3 landed most of their content, and it was harder). I did think he still should have won without the third combo in his previous event, though (with Torgy around, it's not exactly a mystery why).

 

They made Phan slow down into his jump entries to make him not bomb, I think.

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16 minutes ago, Nutmeg said:

I see....Well, hopefully next year he'll have the 3A. 

Speaking of which, will Camden have to move to seniors next year, since he's 18, or can he go for another year in juniors?

He doesn't have a quad, yet, does he? :<

he'll be 19 on march 2019, so if the rules say that you have to be max 19 years old by 1st of July then yes (I'm not sure this is what the rules say tho).

But at this point I don't think it would be good for him tbh...maybe he needs the push of the much more competitive senior field to go for the quad...:shrug:

I'm surprised tho, with Tom Z I would have expected them to try and get a quad (even if with questionable quality)

 

ETA: LOL I've just found out he had posted a 4A attempt on pole after JWC (link). And I'm really :tantrum: at his coach. I understand showing off and joking and hyping, but what about incorporating an 'easier' quad in comp, just to start?:gaah:

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10 hours ago, LadyLou said:

he'll be 19 on march 2019, so if the rules say that you have to be max 19 years old by 1st of July then yes (I'm not sure this is what the rules say tho).

But at this point I don't think it would be good for him tbh...maybe he needs the push of the much more competitive senior field to go for the quad...:shrug:

I'm surprised tho, with Tom Z I would have expected them to try and get a quad (even if with questionable quality)

 

ETA: LOL I've just found out he had posted a 4A attempt on pole after JWC (link). And I'm really :tantrum: at his coach. I understand showing off and joking and hyping, but what about incorporating an 'easier' quad in comp, just to start?:gaah:

Oh my GAWD :happy0007: Yuzu's gave them all quad axel fever! I love that kind of thing haha.

But yeah, in all seriousness, I am hoping he gets a reliable quad jump, he needs it to compete with the seniors, and since I like him, I guess I want him to be as competitive as possible.

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On 10/1/2018 at 10:11 PM, sallycinnamon said:

 

 

awww bb Alyona, she's so sweet :tumblr_inline_mm2wb3v3qq1qz4rgp: but don't say sorry, bb, please:tumblr_m7etfqA8wS1qb1380: (and get well soon:tumblr_m7etfqA8wS1qb1380::tumblr_m7etfqA8wS1qb1380:)

Also, how awesome is Ted? Well, we already knew that, but his committment to everything, included cutting recap videos, is so amazing:tumblr_inline_mfy92hO4sm1qid2nw:

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On 9/29/2018 at 3:29 PM, LadyLou said:

he'll be 19 on march 2019, so if the rules say that you have to be max 19 years old by 1st of July then yes (I'm not sure this is what the rules say tho).

But at this point I don't think it would be good for him tbh...maybe he needs the push of the much more competitive senior field to go for the quad...:shrug:

I'm surprised tho, with Tom Z I would have expected them to try and get a quad (even if with questionable quality)

 

ETA: LOL I've just found out he had posted a 4A attempt on pole after JWC (link). And I'm really :tantrum: at his coach. I understand showing off and joking and hyping, but what about incorporating an 'easier' quad in comp, just to start?:gaah:

Seriously, Tom Z is the king of hyping his skaters lol. It paid off for Mirai and the 3A, but...well, there's a reason he has the reputation that he does :P

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Results

Men

Rank Name Country Score SP FS
1 Andrei MOZALEV RUS 217.12 2 1
2 Camden PULKINEN USA 212.45 1 5
3 Joseph PHAN CAN 207.80 3 2
4 Kirill IAKOVLEV RUS 205.92 4 4
5 Mitsuki SUMOTO JPN 201.55 5 3
6 Aleksa RAKIC CAN 185.08 6 7
7 Irakli MAYSURADZE GEO 183.46 8 6
8 Radek JAKUBKA CZE 173.48 9 9
9 Andreas NORDEBÄCK SWE 173.44 7 10
10 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 165.94 14 8
11 Mihhail SELEVKO EST 145.69 10 13
12 Jonathan YANG USA 145.27 12 11
13 Noah BODENSTEIN SUI 145.04 11 12
14 Aleix GABARA ESP 129.64 16 14
15 Daniel MRAZEK CZE 126.89 13 16
16 Jonathan HESS GER 124.74 15 17
17 David Igor BIRINBERG ISR 122.83 17 15
18 Evan WRENSCH RSA 110.23 18 19
19 Michal WOZNIAK POL 105.38 19 21
20 Radoslav MARINOV BUL 103.52 21 22
21 Mikalai KAZLOU BLR 103.29 23 18
22 Kyrylo LISHENKO UKR 101.50 22 20
23 Lucas STRZELEC DEN 89.88 20 23
24 Elvis CAUBET AND 71.41 24 24

 

Ladies

Rank Name Country Score SP FS
1 Alena KOSTORNAIA RUS 198.38 1 1
2 Yelim KIM KOR 196.34 3 2
3 Viktoria VASILIEVA RUS 182.87 5 3
4 Seoyeong WI KOR 176.50 4 6
5 Nana ARAKI JPN 176.14 6 5
6 Shiika YOSHIOKA JPN 175.19 7 4
7 Ting CUI USA 172.74 2 7
8 Selma IHR SWE 145.52 10 8
9 Olga MIKUTINA AUT 143.10 8 13
10 Alina SOUPIAN ISR 142.43 9 12
11 Niina PETROKINA EST 141.71 12 9
12 Hongyi CHEN CHN 140.03 13 11
13 Maia SORENSEN DEN 137.51 16 10
14 Silvia HUGEC SVK 136.30 11 14
15 Milania VAANANEN FIN 133.54 14 15
16 Caya SCHEEPENS NED 126.52 17 16
17 Regina SCHERMANN HUN 119.09 19 17
18 Noemie BODENSTEIN SUI 118.87 15 20
19 Maryna ZHDANOVYCH UKR 118.66 20 18
20 Klara STEPANOVA CZE 110.81 30 19
21 Michaela Lucie HANZLIKOVA CZE 110.38 18 23
22 Ivelina BAYCHEVA BUL 110.26 21 21
23 Anete LACE LAT 108.54 22 22
24 Frida Turiddotter BERGE NOR 107.06 24 24
25 Marion PAPKA RSA 100.68 29 25
26 Aneta JANICZKOVA CZE 100.20 27 26
27 Selina KANEDA LTU 99.36 26 27
28 Ann-Christin MAROLD GER 98.51 23 30
29 Magdalena ZAWADZKA POL 95.69 32 28
30 Hiu Lok CHOW HKG 94.14 31 29
31 Maryia SALDAKAYEVA BLR 92.44 25 32
32 Hana KOSIC CRO 89.14 33 31
33 Morgane CRAUSAZ MAR 78.25 34 33
34 Angela CAMP TORRES AND 65.53 35 34
35 Giorgia Isabella SECHI CYP 49.94 36 35
WD Kristen SPOURS GBR   28  

 

Pairs

Rank Name Country Score SP FS
1 Kseniia AKHANTEVA / Valerii KOLESOV RUS 184.73 2 1
2 Polina KOSTIUKOVICH / Dmitrii IALIN RUS 180.88 1 2
3 Sarah FENG / TJ NYMAN USA 163.44 4 3
4 Anastasia POLUIANOVA / Dmitry SOPOT RUS 155.61 3 4
5 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 141.77 8 5
6 Laiken LOCKLEY / Keenan PROCHNOW USA 140.63 5 7
7 Feiyao TANG / Yongchao YANG CHN 140.59 6 6
8 Sofiia NESTEROVA / Artem DARENSKYI UKR 131.72 9 8
9 Kate FINSTER / Balazs NAGY USA 128.31 7 9
10 Brooke MCINTOSH / Brandon TOSTE CAN 124.40 10 10
11 Gabrielle LEVESQUE / Pier-Alexandre HUDON CAN 116.73 13 11
12 Talisa THOMALLA / Robert KUNKEL GER 116.24 11 13
13 Yuchen WANG / Yihang HUANG CHN 110.81 15 12
14 Hyang Mi RO / Kum Chol HAN PRK 103.82 12 16
15 Sara Jane DANA / Livio MAYR AUT 102.14 14 14
16 Tereza ZENDULKOVA / Simon FUKAS SVK 96.93 16 15

 

Ice Dance

Rank Name Country Score RD OD
1 Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Nikita NAZAROV RUS 161.00 1 1
2 Maria KAZAKOVA / Georgy REVIYA GEO 154.17 2 2
3 Diana DAVIS / Gleb SMOLKIN RUS 148.62 3 3
4 Emmy BRONSARD / Aissa BOUARAGUIA CAN 140.67 4 4
5 Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROV UKR 138.50 6 5
6 Sophia ELDER / Christopher ELDER USA 137.42 5 6
7 Olivia MCISAAC / Corey CIRCELLI CAN 134.19 7 7
8 Sara CAMPANINI / Francesco RIVA ITA 129.58 8 8
9 Sasha FEAR / George WADDELL GBR 128.52 9 9
10 Katarina WOLFKOSTIN / Howard ZHAO USA 127.58 10 10
11 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 125.48 12 12
12 Mira Isabel POLISHOOK / Deividas KIZALA LTU 123.91 13 11
13 Viktoria SEMENJUK / Artur GRUZDEV EST 122.80 11 13
14 Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 116.60 14 14
15 Yuzhu GUO / Pengkun ZHAO CHN 114.41 16 15
16 Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 109.77 15 16
17 Karina SIDARENKA / Maksim YALENICH BLR 102.30 17 17
18 Oliwia BOROWSKA / Filip BOJANOWSKI POL 81.57 18 18

 

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