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    My god, Navka's got a face like a slapped arse. What's up love?!

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    It looks like they all rolled right out of bed and went the presser with no make up or hair product, lol.

    If someone could ID the skaters shown toward the end of the clip, that would be great.

    I'm not there so I don't know, but it would seem that Ilya has done a LOT for skating in Russia and Eastern Europe. Good for him.
    Keeper of Nathalie Pechelat's bitchface.

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    http://www.newizv.ru/sport/2013-02-2...-tarasova.html
    Interview with TAT

    I love how she bitches about the dancers in Russia not innovating enough when it's her fault that Zhulin put Tosca into BS's FD. (Originally it was going to be all Man with the Harmonica but she has said that she begged Zhulin to change the second half)

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    I don't believe top 10 isn't the sole and only reason kovtun is being sent. "just want to introduce him to the world!" sure! "have him get some experience but top 10 doesn't matter." she's right that in august he was nobody but that just seems like a reason as to why there should be nothing held against him.

    With dance forget new elements how about level 4! The need for consistent level 3 and 4 is it.

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    A lot of teams are doing Lv3 and Lv4 elements. You need much more than that to stand out from the crowd.

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    Whatever it is it's got to be consistently level 4 from all the teams and the goe's got to be good too. So whatever that's new it's got to be level 4 with goe +3. So that's not being done now by anyone with any consistency with team Russia.

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    That's not being done now by anyone.

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    D/w and v/m are and p/b are close

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    Artur Gachinski has released some sneak peeks at his new LP for next season - "Anna Karenina"!

    The choreographer is Yuri Smekalov, who, you may recall, choreographed not only Artur's "Narcissus" program, but Plushenko's magic "Nijinsky".

    I think what we are seeing is the opening and closing - hard to tell. Either way, I love it already!

    (Videos were originally posted on his vk, the post I'm linking is to a fan on tumblr.)

    Two videos about forty seconds each

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherub721 View Post
    Bwahaha.

    For those that are interested she said North America is familiar and comfortable. .
    That is not what she said. She said when they train for an event in North America, out of all the rinks available, Simbercy, Connecticut, is the one picked by Morozov for practice and adaptation, becuase it's the rink/location that is most familiar and comfortable for them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Macassar88 View Post
    http://www.team-russia2014.ru/article/figur/9139.html
    Highlight is that she called Bobrova and Soloviev the second Russian pair. Love the shade.
    Quote Originally Posted by julieann View Post
    I read it more as the 'other pair of Russia' not necessarily the second.
    Julieann, you're right. In this context Elena used the word "second" to mean "the other" or "the next" as in "here we are, a dance team, talking to you, and then there is the next "top" team, or "the other top team".

    Elena is well coached in PR, and does not say stupid things, so far.

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    Ok, I'm sure I can't be the first one to ask this question, but...

    Tarasova/Morozov--famous names in that pair. Are they related to the more famous Tarasova and Morozov?

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    Quote Originally Posted by victoriaheidi View Post
    Ok, I'm sure I can't be the first one to ask this question, but...

    Tarasova/Morozov--famous names in that pair. Are they related to the more famous Tarasova and Morozov?
    I don't think so, Tarasova and Morozov are quite common Russian surnames.

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    speaking of Tarasova/Morozov here is their FS
    too bad about the falls, they look disappointed and ready to leave K&C at the end
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZQhLa3h4p0

    Fedorova/Miroshkin came back on the FS
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orSYE17XTPc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinami Amori View Post
    That is not what she said. She said when they train for an event in North America, out of all the rinks available, Simbercy, Connecticut, is the one picked by Morozov for practice and adaptation, becuase it's the rink/location that is most familiar and comfortable for them. .
    If you're looking for Simbercy you won't find it. The town is Simsbury, Connecticut.

    http://www.town.simsbury.ct.us/

    And here's a link to the International Skating Center of Connecticut, in Simsbury, which is where I expect they will be.

    http://www.isccskate.com/index.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskarne View Post
    Artur Gachinski has released some sneak peeks at his new LP for next season - "Anna Karenina"!

    The choreographer is Yuri Smekalov, who, you may recall, choreographed not only Artur's "Narcissus" program, but Plushenko's magic "Nijinsky".

    I think what we are seeing is the opening and closing - hard to tell. Either way, I love it already!

    (Videos were originally posted on his vk, the post I'm linking is to a fan on tumblr.)

    Two videos about forty seconds each
    Thank you for the info!! I'm sure it will be great!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuge View Post
    Anyone know if Averbuch has a new show.? I saw a clip of him in a press conference with Navka and Kostomarov and an older lady don't know who she was
    http://www.vremyan.ru/news/averbuh_p...leproekte.html

    Averbukh says that right now they are starting new TV project (something about dance), but there will definitely be the next season of Ice Age and it will feature some foreign skaters. Says that they want to promote figure skating before the Sochi Olympics.

    (Could it be Marina Anissina? Does she count as a foreign skater? )

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    Anyone know about Evgenia Medvedeva's long program music from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by viviabond View Post
    Anyone know about Evgenia Medvedeva's long program music from?
    It's from the Russian movie Мой Ласковый И Нежный Зверь (My Sweet and Tender Beast). I remember because Sasha Cohen used it for her SP at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

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    No. It's the same composer but different thing. This is soviet composer Evgeny Doga.
    My sweet and tender beast is the soviet movie after an Anton Chehov novel.
    Here it is:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZH_YR6JZUw

    If you mean thise Evgenia l.p:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfuSvhFbciI

    It's Doga Grammafon valse.

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    Bazarova/Larionov's "Liebestraum" SP exhibition in Novi, Michigan on Friday, March 1st: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkPjXntUPdQ
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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