He has been training at TCC for a few yrs. Between 10 and 12 he picked up 3A and all quads(except axel) but he was too young to compete. He won..pre-novice, then novice, then junior and last yr was 10th in seniors. He is in the middle of growing now so he doesn't look as squishy as he did(at one pt he was coming up to his competitors waist). He turned 13 in December so is now old enough for JGP..... He is not allowed to jump a lot in training (especially quads)to protect him from injury but he still is looking good.The long will be tougher.....fingers crossed he does ok.Wow, so who is this Gogolev currently in first place at JGP Bratislava????