| Ekaterina BELOVA / Dmitry CHIGIREV|
Moscow, RBM No. 4 named after A.Y. Gomelsky / -
| Taisiya SOBININA / Nikita VOLODIN|
St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg SSHOR / -
| Natalia KHABIBULLINA / Ilya KNYAZHUK|
Moscow, school №2 / -
| Sofia BUZAEVA / Nikita RAKHMANIN|
Moscow, SSOR "Vorobyovy Gory" / -
| Daria PAVLYUCHENKO / Denis KHODYKIN|
Moscow, school №2 / -
I wonder if they're going to try for Nationals. From the look of their Instagram accounts, I don't think they've been in the same country since this summer. Aleksandr can only skate if/when he gets permission from his doctor, so I don't know if he's even practiced at all.Natalia Zabiiako / Alexander Enbert**
** estimated 'bye' if healthy
I don’t see it coming tooI wonder if they're going to try for Nationals. From the look of their Instagram accounts, I don't think they've been in the same country since this summer. Aleksandr can only skate if/when he gets permission from his doctor, so I don't know if he's even practiced at all.
My guess is that probably Balabanova/Sviatchenko and maybe Sobinina/Volodin are in from either Z/E not taking their bye or a junior team deciding not to do seniors. K/I could probably talk their way into a bye for junior nationals due to their junior worlds medals if they wanted to, but their whole season might just be a scratch.I don’t see it coming too
But yeah, who knows, thus the ‚if‘.
If he has heart problems, it is a bit silly to risk it. Besides, I think last worlds they achieved their maximum, so why not to leave when they were on top.I wonder if they're going to try for Nationals. From the look of their Instagram accounts, I don't think they've been in the same country since this summer. Aleksandr can only skate if/when he gets permission from his doctor, so I don't know if he's even practiced at all.
Ok, you made me do it.6 triple throws at russian cup; they fell on 3.
I don't know where you get your numbers.
Your quote was 'not being able to land a triple throw', thus my reply.Stats post
Well, Belova/ Chigiriev managed to win one of their event. Kudriavtseva/Spiridonov have only two bronze medals. I agree this wasn’t a very strong event, but then again, the first Russian cup 1 wasn’t a strong event either. If Kudriavtseva/Spiridonov managed to beat Balabanova/Sviatchenko in their first Russian cup event, they would have higher placement for the nationals than Belova/Chigiriev. It was not an impossible task, B/S were a very new pair at that point, Balabanova hasn’t been doing pairs that long. K/S were higher than B/S after the SP. The falls on both triple throws in the FS in that event cost them their place at the nationals.Your quote was 'not being able to land a triple throw', thus my reply.
They did land 3/6 in the ones counting for nationals (what matters here); not pretty as you mentioned, but landed.
We have similar statistics for sbs jumps of pair girls or boys.
Each to their own; for me they for sure belong more in than Belova/Chigirev, to whom my actual post referred to.
Nontheless, this was my last post on this matter. If somehow we get 16 teams and they might sneak im, I am happy, if not, it's of course their fault, still I am sad.
I expect Efimova/Korovin to keep dropping down in standings. every year more juniors pairs are moving to seniors, and E/K won’t be able to beat them. In the last two years it was Boikova/Kozlovski, Mishina/Galliamov and Pavliuschenko/Khodykin who overtook them, and after this season there is a few more pairs who are moving up and who have the jumps. I am pretty sure Balabanova/Sviatchenko will beat E/K without any problem, Sobinina/Volodin only if they are on (they have been a bit inconsistent and skating as badly their SP as they did at this last competition could put them last at the nationals). If Kostiukovich/Ialin resolved their jump issues, they should be able to beat Efimova/Korovin too.Sobinina/Volodin beat Efimova/Korovin in the LP (and overall). Neither team are super consistent, but not a great message for E/K going into Nationals. I wish S/V had gotten more international opportunities to see how they really stack against other teams.
Preliminary list from Moscow.Makar Ignatov, Anton Shulepov, Petr Gumennik, Leonid Sviridenko, Andrey Zuber, Alexander Petrov, Gleb Lutfullin
Andrey Kutovoy, Evgeny Semenenko, Vladislav Dikidzhi, Egor Petrov, Mikhail Polyansky, Semyon Solovyov
Elizaveta Nugumanova, Anastasia Gubanova, Anastasia Gulyakova, Maria Talalaykina
Nikol Vaitkus, Sofia Moroz
Anastasia Mishina and Alexander Galliamov, Taisiya Osinina and Nicholas Binova Veronica Varentsova and Elisey Ivanov
Stanislava Vislobokova and Alexey Bryukhanov, Ekaterina Petushkova and Evgeny Malikov, Tatyana Kuzmina and Alexey Khvalko, Anna Selivanova and Alexander Simenenko
Ekaterina Mironova and Evgeny Ustenko
Sofia Aleksova and Ilya Vladimirov
Sofya Akatieva, Anastasia Gubanova, Elizaveta Nugumanova and Anastasia Tarakanova. Also among the participants of the women's tournament were Anna Frolova, Anastasia Gulyakova, Nicole Vaitkus, Adelina Petrosyan and other athletes. In the men's individual ice skating in the Cup final, Makar Ignatov, Anton Shulepov, Egor Murashov, Georgy Kunitsa, Roman Savosin will come out. In pair skating - Anastasia Mishina and Alexander Gallyamov, Alena Pepeleva and Roman Pleshkov, in dancing - Anastasia Shpileva / Grigory Smirnov, Anastasia Skoptsova / Kirill Aleshin and other duets.
Elizaveta Berestovskaya, Victoria Vasilyeva, Sofia Muravyova, Nika Ryabinina, Sofia Samodelkina, Anna Frolova, Ksenia Tsibinova, Mark Kondratyuk.