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    So SC in their wisdom have names Polina Shelepen (Russia) to TBA at SCI. What a slap in the face to Canadian ladies skaters. I am sure they could have sent Adrianna or Kate. So SC has thrown away 1 spot to SLC, 1 spot to Ondrej Nepela, and 1 spot to Finlandia. What a joke!!

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    Posted by Danafan in US Senior B Predictions

    "Ladies

    Gracie GOLD (USA)
    Agnes ZAWADZKI (USA)
    Amélie LACOSTE (CAN)
    Elena GLEBOVA (EST)
    Melissa BULANHAGUI (PHI)
    Isadora WILLIAMS (BRA)
    (If Lacoste can't medal in this field....)"

    Unless she improved since Quebec Summerskate I would not expect her to medal here even in this field. Will be surprised if she compiles the minimum TES for Worlds.

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    I don't think Canada should be sending someone just because they have a spot, unless it's a promising young skater on the rise like Osmond who has shown she has the chops. None of the other 'contenders' for spots such as Charbonneau, Najarro, DeSanctis or Samson have shown anything of late including this summer to signal they could be competitive in even a Senior B. All have had ample opportunity to show they deserve a prime international slot. I wouldn't send any of them at this point; they'd have to earn it.

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    I can finally say, though, that we got 4 great young girls worth getting excited about. Osmond is already bumped up to seniors and the 3 girls we have on the JGP are very young and developing rapidly. I can't remember the last time we had 4 girls 16 and under who had most of their triples and a few 3/3s to boot. They are all still learning their elements but I like what I see. The next Olympic cycle's going to be just fine.

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    There's an international competition in Italy this weekend and there are 4 junior ladies and 2 junior men of Patinage Quebec on the entry list

    http://www.sestoiceskate.it/public/d...definitivo.xls

    15 GUISEPPE-CLARKE BRITANNY Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    16 RIOUX-OUELLET MARIANNE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    17 MARTIN SANDRINE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    18 LAVERGNE VALERIE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA

    10 NADEAU NICOLAS Junior M Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    11 TOMAN BENNET Junior M Patinage Quèbec CANADA

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandra_persch View Post
    There's an international competition in Italy this weekend and there are 4 junior ladies and 2 junior men of Patinage Quebec on the entry list

    http://www.sestoiceskate.it/public/d...definitivo.xls

    15 GUISEPPE-CLARKE BRITANNY Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    16 RIOUX-OUELLET MARIANNE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    17 MARTIN SANDRINE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    18 LAVERGNE VALERIE Junior F Patinage Quèbec CANADA

    10 NADEAU NICOLAS Junior M Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    11 TOMAN BENNET Junior M Patinage Quèbec CANADA
    The competition should be broadcasted live here: http://www.idealweb.tv/
    A grumpy Canadian will always be nicer than a polite Milanese

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