2021 Russian Nationals Men SP

rfisher

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Ok, then. Nobody mention any other skater.

Is it the lighting or did a bunch of the men spray silver in their hair? :lol:
 

Sylvia

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Karen-W

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Ok, then. Nobody mention any other skater.

Is it the lighting or did a bunch of the men spray silver in their hair? :lol:
lol - clearly it's the lighting because I noticed the same earlier and only when they're in the Kiss 'n Cry. Maybe the tree is very reflective.
 

Karen-W

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Well, Kolyada just guaranteed a rough skate in the FS. Agree with Ted about the spins - those were great! Interesting program. Given what a throwaway this season has been, I'd like to see him keep it and really develop it more during the Olympic season.
 

rfisher

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So Samarin loses to his younger teammate.

Katichev is adorable. He would have benefited from competing on the JGP this season.
 

Sylvia

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Result Details​

Pl.NameNationTSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SSTRPECOINDeduction
-
StN.
1​
Mikhail KOLYADA
SPB​
102.48​
54.62​
47.86​
9.54​
9.39​
9.68​
9.61​
9.64​
0.00​
#15​
2​
Makar IGNATOV
SPB​
98.30​
55.48​
42.82​
8.57​
8.32​
8.68​
8.57​
8.68​
0.00​
#2​
3​
Mark KONDRATIUK
MOS​
90.88​
50.49​
40.39​
8.07​
7.79​
8.14​
8.14​
8.25​
0.00​
#13​
4​
Andrei MOZALEV
SPB​
89.47​
46.90​
43.57​
8.75​
8.64​
8.57​
8.86​
8.75​
1.00​
#14​
5​
Alexander SAMARIN
MOS​
87.96​
43.99​
44.97​
9.11​
8.82​
8.93​
9.11​
9.00​
1.00​
#16​
6​
Artem KOVALEV
MOS​
87.45​
48.48​
39.97​
8.07​
7.79​
7.93​
8.07​
8.11​
1.00​
#3​
7​
Egor MURASHOV
MOS​
86.13​
46.13​
40.00​
8.00​
7.82​
8.00​
8.07​
8.11​
0.00​
#5​
8​
Petr GUMENNIK
SPB​
84.93​
43.61​
42.32​
8.57​
8.32​
8.39​
8.54​
8.50​
1.00​
#11​
9​
Anton SHULEPOV
SPB​
83.19​
42.84​
40.35​
8.07​
7.82​
8.14​
8.07​
8.25​
0.00​
#6​
10​
Artem LEZHEEV
S/K​
82.36​
41.44​
40.92​
8.25​
7.96​
8.21​
8.21​
8.29​
0.00​
#7​
11​
Evgeni SEMENENKO
SPB​
79.86​
39.47​
41.39​
8.46​
8.14​
8.04​
8.46​
8.29​
1.00​
#9​
12​
Egor RUKHIN
MOS​
78.99​
41.96​
38.03​
7.71​
7.43​
7.57​
7.75​
7.57​
1.00​
#10​
13​
Ilya YABLOKOV
MOS​
77.38​
38.09​
39.29​
7.93​
7.64​
7.79​
8.04​
7.89​
0.00​
#1​
14​
Artem ZOTOV
MOS​
74.39​
38.95​
36.44​
7.54​
7.11​
7.14​
7.36​
7.29​
1.00​
#4​
15​
Vladislav KATICHEV
MRD​
66.86​
32.12​
34.74​
6.96​
6.71​
6.93​
7.07​
7.07​
0.00​
#17​
16​
Maxim VARAKIN
MOS​
57.71​
24.68​
34.03​
7.00​
6.57​
6.71​
6.96​
6.79​
1.00​
#12​
17​
Maxim PETROV
TAT​
52.86​
21.62​
33.24​
6.89​
6.43​
6.46​
6.71​
6.75​
2.00​
#8​

Protocols (Russian one gets published first): https://fsrussia.ru/results/2021/rusnat2021/RUS/M_K_Scores.pdf
ETA link to English version: https://fsrussia.ru/results/2021/rusnat2021/ENG/Men_SP_Scores.pdf
 
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Frau Muller

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Fabulous Kolyada...but we want him to be at least that great with NUREYEV free...my favorite Menā€™s LP of the season. Do it justice, Misha!!!

Great surprises in 2nd & 3rd - Ignatov & Kondratyuk.
 

Vash01

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They are showing the whole competition again, so I got to watch menā€™s SP. Kolyada was in a class by himself. There are many young Russian men. The future could be bright.
 
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Dobre

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My usual policy is to make sure I watch ALL the men in an SP because no matter how unknown, one can never predict who might make it onto the podium. However, this Christmas I have poor internet at my current location & have to pause the video & wait for it to load for every skater (+every ad:p). I dawdle for a while, then come back & watch a performance. Repeat. Nonetheless, I watched every single Russian man that I could remember anything at all about. And still someone else is currently in the top three.

The men:rofl:.
 

Karen-W

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My usual policy is to make sure I watch ALL the men in an SP because no matter how unknown, one can never predict who might make it onto the podium. However, this Christmas I have poor internet at my current location & have to pause the video & wait for it to load for every skater (+every ad:p). I dawdle for a while, then come back & watch a performance. Repeat. Nonetheless, I watched every single Russian man that I could remember anything at all about. And still someone else is currently in the top three.

The men:rofl:.
This. Describes Russian men's singles perfectly. Utterly inconsistent and completely unpredictable.
 

Vagabond

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Oh, Makar. To be breathing hard at the end of the short is so you.
Rukavicin taught him everything he knows. :gallopin1
9 months into the 'rona and most of the Russian coaches still don't know how to wear their masks properly.
I hope they realize that they are much more likely than their students to get severely ill if infected.
My usual policy is to make sure I watch ALL the men in an SP because no matter how unknown, one can never predict who might make it onto the podium. However, this Christmas I have poor internet at my current location & have to pause the video & wait for it to load for every skater (+every ad:p). I dawdle for a while, then come back & watch a performance. Repeat. Nonetheless, I watched every single Russian man that I could remember anything at all about. And still someone else is currently in the top three.

The men:rofl:.
Mark Kondratiuk is ranked in the Top 60 in the world but doesn't even have an ISU profile yet. He is an Obskur Russian Skater on the brink of fame.
 

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