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    Interview with Sotnikova by Neveitalia; "I am looking forward to compete in Fukuoka"

    At Trophée Bompard I had the chance to talk with Adelina Sotnikova (who was extremely thrilled a the thought of going to the Grand Prix Final).
    Tabnka was my Russian interpreter, so I would like to thank her for her precious help

    This is what Adelina told me after the Free Skating competition:
    Adelina Sotnikova: "I am looking forward to compete in Fukuoka"


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    Quote Originally Posted by pingu View Post
    At Trophée Bompard I had the chance to talk with Adelina Sotnikova (who was extremely thrilled a the thought of going to the Grand Prix Final).
    Tabnka was my Russian interpreter, so I would like to thank her for her precious help

    This is what Adelina told me after the Free Skating competition:
    Adelina Sotnikova: "I am looking forward to compete in Fukuoka"

    Laura
    Thanks for the interview (that you actually...um, interviewed ).

    Adelina's personality is clearly visible, and she seems very much a real human being in this article. We see both sides, the necessarily selfish, long-cherished dreams and desires, as well as the empathetic qualities that make her a warm and likeable person.

    I hope that she can skate much more to her potential more consistently, as we enter the home stretch of the season.

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    I like all the young Russian women, but Adelina is my favorite. I hope she has a great time at the GPF and I'm hoping she gets that spot in Sochi as well. Great interview Pingu.
    Those who never succeed themselves are always the first to tell you how.

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    I love your interview as always, pingu. Thank you for sharing with us. Also thank you for the translation, Tabnka.

    I love Adelina. Glad to see how clearly she understands about her position where she has been placed in these three years. Go Adelina. Being qualified for Grand Prix final is a big achievement. Show your best performances at this point in Fukuoka! You can progress step by step.

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    Great work Laura

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    Thanks for the interview. Great job. Love Adelina & I wish her good luck

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    Thanks everyone!! More interviews to come in the next weeks
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    It sounds like Adelina has a good head on her shoulders.
    Am really happy for her short program performance.
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    Adelina showed a wonderful short program at Grand Prix final. She was ON!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rrC93Oe2QE

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