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Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 11 Jan 2010, 07:30

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European Figure Skating Championships

Tallinn, Estonia 18-24.01.2010


- official site: www.euroskate2010.eu/
- facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/European-Fig...10/109206072070
- tickets: www.piletilevi.ee/eng/tickets/sport...ine/?show=13726
- Entries/Results: www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent00011104.htm



Men's Schedule Competition
www.euroskate2010.eu/?page_id=243

Wednesday, January 20
11:00 Men – First Part Short Program
14:30 Men - Second Part Short Program

Thursday, January 21
18:45 Men – Free Skating 1-5
20:15 Men – Free Skating 6-20
22:55 Victory Ceremony

Sunday, January 24
15:30 Exhibition

Competition will be held at the Saku Suurhall (Saku Arena)
http://maps.google.com/maps?near=Saku+Suur...027595&t=h&z=15
Training will be held in Preemia Jäähall (Prize rink)


Men - Practice Schedule (each group by 40')
www.isuresults.com/events/EC10_ColoredTimeSchedule.pdf

17.01
19:00-21:10 (Main Rink - A, B & C groups - Short/Free program)

18.01
12:30-17:00 (Practice Rink: 1-6 groups - S/F program)
16:00-20:30 (Main Rink: 1-6 groups - S/F program)

19.01
09:10-13:00 (Main Rink: 2-6, 1 groups - Short program)
14:00-18:20 (Practice Rink: 2-6, 1 groups - S/F program)

20.01
06:00-08:10 (Practice Rink: 1st half of group by starting order, 30' - Short program)
08:20-10:30 (Practice Rink: 2nd half of group by starting order, 30' - Short program)

21.01
10:10-12:40 (Main Rink: by starting order, 35' - Free program)

22.01
12:50-13:30 (Practice Rink, 40' - Exibition)

23.01
11:40-12:20 (Main Rink, 40' - Exibition)

24.01
10:00 1st half - Exibition
10:45 Finalle All - Exibition
11:45-12:30 2nd half - Exibition

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Men Entries
www.isuresults.com/events/cat00006849.htm

No. Name Nation
1 Pierre BALIAN ARM
2 Viktor PFEIFER AUT
3 Alexandr KAZAKOV BLR
4 Jorik HENDRICKX BEL
5 Kevin VAN DER PERREN BEL
6 Damjan OSTOJIC BIH
7 Georgi KENCHADZE BUL
8 Boris MARTINEC CRO
9 Michal BREZINA CZE
10 Tomas VERNER CZE
11 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST
12 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI FIN
13 Brian JOUBERT FRA
14 Yannick PONSERO FRA
15 Alban PREAUBERT FRA
16 Stefan LINDEMANN GER
17 Matthew PARR GBR
18 Marton MARKO HUN
19 Maxim SHIPOV ISR
20 Paolo BACCHINI ITA
21 Samuel CONTESTI ITA
22 Karel ZELENKA ITA
23 Girts JEKABSONS LAT
24 Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU
25 Joffrey BOURDON (TBC) MNE
26 Boyito MULDER NED
27 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL
28 Zoltan KELEMEN ROU
29 Evgeni PLUSHENKO RUS :plush1: :chir_lider:
30 Sergei VORONOV RUS
31 Peter REITMAYER SVK
32 Gregor URBAS SLO
33 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP
34 Kristoffer BERNTSSON SWE
35 Adrian SCHULTHEISS SWE
36 Stephane LAMBIEL SUI
37 Kutay ERYOLDAS TUR
38 Anton KOVALEVSKI UKR

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TV and Live Stream Schedule & links
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2&p=4097#p3993
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2&p=4097#p4097
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2&p=4154#p4154
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2&p=4176#p4176

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The arena of Saku Suurhall is the biggest multi purpose venue in Estonia. It was built in 2001 and while being smaller is conceptually based upon Helsinki’s Hartwall arena, where the European Championships took place in January 2009. For concerts, the arena can hold up to 10 000 spectators. Each year, around 300 events take place in Saku Suurhall.
www.sakusuurhall.ee

Saku Suurhall (Saku Arena)
www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=160604627269

Preemia Jäähall (practice rink)
www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=116231362269
http://icearena.cma.ee/index.php?lang=est&main_id=51
http://icearena.cma.ee/index.php?lang=est&main_id=60&id=79

Saku Suurhall & Preemia Jäähall on maps:
http://maps.google.com/maps?near=Saku+Suur...013797&t=h&z=16
http://icearena.cma.ee/index.php?lang=est&main_id=68

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Plushy, go there and take what is yours - the 6th title! :bra_vo: :plush3: :plush11:
:plush8: :chir_lider: plush48
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 11 Jan 2010, 07:37

http://loopaxles.blogspot.com/2010/01/e ... w-men.html
Saturday, January 09, 2010

European Championships Preview (Men)

The oldest skating event on the books, the European Championships will be happening concurrently with U.S. Nationals. Like the men's field in Spokane, the men's field in Tallinn is equally impressive. An Olympic Champ, two Olympic medalists, three World Champions, three European Champions, two Junior World Champs, and too many national champions to mention will all battle to become Europe's best. As I see it, ten men (seriously...ten!) have a shot at taking this title (or at least medaling). Who are the ten I'm watching?

Kevin van der Perren - Poor KVDP has had a really rough go this season. At HomeSense Skate Canada he looked absolutely disgusted with figure skating. Hopefully a bit of break from competitive skating and the Olympics just around the corner can put him back on track. European's offer Kevin a chance to reintroduce himself as a serious contender prior to the Olympics. Kevin finished 5th at Rostelecom Cup and a devastating 11th at HomeSense Skate Canada.

Michal Brezina and Tomas Verner - Both of these Czech skaters have had quite different seasons thus far. Tomas, who was the 2008 Champ of this event, has struggled here and there this season. He made the Grand Prix Final (after Joubert withdrew with injury) only to finish last. Brezina, on the other hand, has made steady improvements and nearly made the Grand Prix Final himself. He went on to defeat Verner for the Czech National Title. Verner needs to turn his season around and Brezina needs to continue his upswing.

Brian Joubert, Yannick Ponsero, and Alban Preaubert - Team France is easily the strongest in the field. Europeans offers Joubert the chance to do two things: test his skating after coming off of mid season foot surgery and also test himself for the first time since Torino against both Lambiel and Plushenko. Joubert is without question one of the leading men heading towards Vancouver, a status he'll hope to keep coming out of this event. For Ponsero and Preaubert, this is likely the end of their season as neither is slated to compete in Vancouver or Torino (one may go to Torino but it's too early know). Both were bested by young upstart Florent Amodio at French Nationals and failed to gain an Olympic berth (Amodio isn't competing in Tallinn). Both, however, are solid competitors and may surprise here.

Samuel Contesti - Last season's surprise European silver medalist is hoping to continue his emergence into the top ranks of men's figure skating. He kept it together at last World's in L.A. to place in the top five and while not perfect has skated fairly consistently on the Grand Prix. He'll need to bump it up a notch to compete with the heavy hitters here in Tallinn. His programs are unique crowd pleasers but he'll need to hit all his jumps and improve his levels to make a run at the title.

Evgeny Plushenko and Sergei Voronov - Plushenko is no stranger to this event. Ten years removed from his first European Title (2000) he's going after win number six. (mistake, for now - "only" 5 :hi_hi_hi:) He made his comeback at Rostelecom Cup earlier this season with great ease but has since struggled with some knee problems. Even still, he enters this event as the Russian National Champ and skating fairly well. One thing many people will be looking at is the score Plushenko receives for his programs. At Russian Nationals his (and teammate Voronov) scores were very (very!) inflated...it'll be interesting to see what his actual international scores look like and if that knee continues to hold up. Voronov is still looking to crack into the top echelon of European men, he's been knocking at the door for several seasons now.

Stéphane Lambiel - It's a complete mystery to me that he has never won the European Title. Like Plushenko, he has made a rather impressive comeback this season, albeit he was only gone for one season to Plushenko's three. Lambiel, as a result of Jamal Othman's dismal performance in L.A. hasn't been afforded the chance to really pit himself against any of the world's best skaters this season. This competition will be the first time to see how Lambiel fits into this complex mix of skaters. Lambiel has a knack at being seemingly unprepared but looking rather prepared when you least expect it. He's also a very organic skater that likes new challenges and competes well given those challenges. He's planning a new free skate, we may (or may not) see it in Tallinn. I look at Lambiel as the wildcard here.

Interesting, the top three big names are all entering this event nursing some sort of injury. Joubert has his foot, Plushenko his knee, and Lambiel his hip. This may throw a wrench into things...then again it may not affect things at all.
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby dimi » 11 Jan 2010, 14:16

he's going after win number six. (mistake, for now - "only" 5 :hi_hi_hi:)


No it was not mistake ,they are right , they mean he has 5 and he goes for the 6. :plush39:
going after means he goals , he is looking for for the 6th win :du_el: plush48
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 12 Jan 2010, 06:41

dimi wrote:No it was not mistake ,they are right , they mean he has 5 and he goes for the 6. :plush39:
going after means he goals , he is looking for for the 6th win :du_el: plush48

Oh, I understand them as: "he gone 2006 year, when was won 6th..." :hi_hi_hi:

Thanks Dimi on clarification :plush39:
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 13 Jan 2010, 08:34

They still build Arena! :sh_ок: :-)

Saku Suurhallis algasid suuremad ettevalmistustööd iluuisutamise EM-iks
Halli kõrvale püstitati soojendustelk, Soomest jõudsid kohale külmutusseadmed.


(Saku Arena began preparations for major figure skating Europian Championships
Hall was erected next to soojendustelk :ne_vi_del: , from Finland arrived refrigeration :sh_ok: ) ::yaz-yk:

VIDEO -> http://sport.err.ee/index.php?0&popup=video&id=9203
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 14 Jan 2010, 07:56

... more works in the arena "Saku Suurhall" :hi_hi_hi:

- few pics:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=3213...id=253077317070

- many pics:
http://pilt.delfi.ee/album/160183/?page=0

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- pics and video:
http://sport.delfi.ee/news/uisutamine/uudi...e.d?id=28479439

- video news on russian:
NovostiTV: В Saku Suurhall готовят лед для ЧЕ по фигурному катанию
www.err.ee/ext/popup.aspx?f=5&i=29366&mode=100

- site on russian language:
http://www.err.ee/default-ru.aspx

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... some "familiar" flags :-)

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Full TV (Live Stream) schedule on Estonian TV ... here: :-):
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2&p=4154#p4154
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby Lotus » 14 Jan 2010, 08:26

Жене ангелов в помощь!
Удачи и вдохновения!

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Такой важный сезон, а фанатов нет здесь, за исключением админов и т.д...жаль

Очень надеюсь что Женя повторит сезон 2005-2006 года! и останется кататься до игр в Сочи! но только по настоящему, а не за 9 месяцев до игр.
Всё будет как должно быть..
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby Scarlett » 14 Jan 2010, 14:03

Интересно, Женя уже в Таллине?
Ничего не слышно, как там дела обстоят с здоровьем и настроением.
Ждем ЧЕ :plush32:
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Женя:" Очень хочется добра от людей, просто нереально хочется..."
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby dimi » 15 Jan 2010, 03:33

Такой важный сезон, а фанатов нет здесь, за исключением админов и т.д...жаль

Очень надеюсь что Женя повторит сезон 2005-2006 года! и останется кататься до игр в Сочи! но только по настоящему, а не за 9 месяцев до игр.


his fans are preparing the trip to Tallin and Vancouver to support him :bra_vo: so we are busy!!!! :smu:sche_nie:
watch the tv for how many fans Plushy will have :mi_ga_et:

Go EVGENI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! plush48
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Re: Чемпионат Европы 2010 || European Championships 2010

Postby cekoni » 15 Jan 2010, 07:09

Scarlett wrote:Интересно, Женя уже в Таллине?

Ничего не слышно, как там дела обстоят с здоровьем и настроением.
Ждем ЧЕ :plush32:

:ne_vi_del:

When is work, no time for story :mi_ga_et:
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