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    Quote Originally Posted by shah View Post
    Agafonova/Ucar had the highest TES - 42.36! almost 6 pts higher than the Reeds - that's quite unexpected.
    Why?? when you have one of your coaching staff on the panel it's really easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterchik View Post
    Why?? when you have one of your coaching staff on the panel it's really easy

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    If that's the case, why is it allowed?

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    wow, who is this Kim CHEREMSKY from israel? a 3lz and 3flip? wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseyedwards View Post
    With the pressure of having to get the Tes for euros and worlds gosviani singled two jumps. This is why it was so rare for her to be sent to any competition. Now she is qualified for euros but still has to get worlds Tes minimum. They gave her the euro assignment over two people who were actually qualified and in her qualifying she singles two jumps.
    I actually think she did pretty well. Govsiiani really had a lot of pressure on her head this time and she succeeded to reach her primary goal: TES for Euros.

    Shame about the singled jumps, but she landed a very difficult good quality triple-triple combo and in summary 5 different triple jumps. – Not many ladies managed to do so this season (at least not without edge call!). I think it will be a lot easier for her to achieve the TES LP minimum for Worlds at Euros, where she can skate a senior programme and has nothing to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fan View Post
    wow, who is this Kim CHEREMSKY from israel? a 3lz and 3flip? wow.
    She's been competitive in the North Atlantic region of the U.S. and finished 6th in the Novice Ladies final round in October 2012:

    6 Kim Cheremsky, SC of New York 32.26 (5) 61.27 (5) 93.53 (Total)
    "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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    Plutowska/Gerber met both the TES minimums for Worlds from this competition: 29.0 for the SD and 39.83 for the FD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rae35 View Post
    If that's the case, why is it allowed?
    It's not allowed ,he is a "cheat" and until caught he will keep doing it

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    Quote Originally Posted by winterchik View Post
    Why?? when you have one of your coaching staff on the panel it's really easy

    Technical Specialist Mr. Petr DURNIEV ISU
    I also know of this ,, allot of coaches and even some judges cant understand why this is allowed

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