Мужчины || Men

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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 17 Jun 2011, 05:01

Rippon chooses Dungjen as new coach
Two-time world junior champion will train in Detroit
http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article. ... essrelease
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby dominique » 17 Jun 2011, 11:03

cekoni wrote:Vladislav Sezganov - Quad Lutz + Triple Toeloop - Владислав Сезганов
May 2011, St.-Petersburg - he trains with Evgeny Rukavitsyn (Menshov and Makarova group).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R49bSX1P0Oc



VEEEERY IMPRESSIVE!!! :co_ol: :co_ol: :bra_vo:
Forgive me cekoni but I was not aware of Vladislav! He is VERY good!!!
Thanks for sharing cekonino :lo_ve:
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P.S. I am curious to see how different Javier will be with a Canadian trainer :plush38:
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby clairdelalune » 17 Jun 2011, 12:28

dominique wrote:P.S. I am curious to see how different Javier will be with a Canadian trainer :plush38:


Orser is a very good coach, I have no doubt that Javi´s skating will improve. :plush45: :a_g_a: I hope he won´t work with David Wilson though, Wilson is making choreographies for too much skaters and I don´t like his programs at all. :-( Look at Yu-Na Kim, she became so boring because she´s been working with Wilson for so long. :-(
I like Javi a lot, he is a handsome and charismatic young men!!!!!!! :plush31: :hea_rt:

Filakia, Domi!!! :plush40:
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 19 Jun 2011, 03:36

Part from Alexei Mishin's interview :mi_ga_et:
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http://worldskating.blogspot.com/2011/0 ... e-for.html

Artur Gachinski is preparing for the new season, in the first part of which he will participate at two Grand Prix events. One of them will be in Moscow. About the second – we don’t know yet.” the Russian coach added.
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 19 Jun 2011, 03:39

The Inside Edge with Sarah and Drew - June 17
Ge's moves on the ice turning heads


(06/17/2011) - Watching the men's competition at the recent world championships, we were very impressed with Misha Ge, who skates for Uzbekistan. He didn't qualify for the free skate, but he's a wonderful dancer, and you know how much we love dance!
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 19 Jun 2011, 04:19



TRANSLATION from: http://ontd-skating.livejournal.com/1140483.html :plush45:

Brian Joubert: Yes, I have galas spread out throughout June, so it's good for me to come and train a bit in Paris so I am prepared and in good shape for all of them.

How would you analyse the past season?
- Brian: It's ambiguous. It's hard to answer this questions, because in terms of results, it wasn't good, I've done much better in the past. Conversely, in terms of how I felt - I knew this had to be a season of rebuilding, and I think it went fairly well in that respect. I worked well with Veronique, refound technique and also my confidence fairly quickly. This season the area were I really failed was the short program. It caused me problems at the European Championships, at Grand Prix, and the World Championships. But the free - it was a leap forwards artistically for me, a "revolution" if you will, and it really worked, so I take a lot of confidence from that.

Something about the long program being v classical idk
- Brian: I was really happy with it. Happy when I was working on it, happy to do it in competition. It was superb at Euros, it enabled me to climb up 5 places, at Worlds it was harder, but still I was 4th in the free program, after being 9th in the short. It was very good, and so it's a program which gives me confidence and also the desire to keep going & try to exceed what I have done in the past.

How are your knees?
- Brian: I've done tests, seen some specialists, for the moment it's OK, in the sense that in the off season training is less intense, but... there are still some little niggles, it will need some treatment before nest season I think this is what he says, but not 100% sure

What is next for you? Holidays? Summer training camps & creating new programs?
- Brian: Normally I'd have my holiday in June, but with the galas and the work on my new short prorgam it hasn't been possible, so I'll have a break in July, not too long so that I will still be on course for the Masters. Often in the past I have needed a break because I've been fed up with skating, but this year it has been a pleasure & I just want to keep going.

And the Grand Prix, is winning the Cup of China still your goal so that you have the "grand slam" of Grand Prix titles?
- Brian: Yes, I hope so, it's something which still causes me a little rancor, so I hope I will be able to participate in that competition, and then of course TEB... which has been a difficult competition for me, I have some bad memories from it, but I've also been lucky enough to win it once and it was exceptional, and to do the same again would be fantastic.

Nice (Worlds) 2012, are you already thinking about it
- Brian: Yes, I'm thinking about it, thinking about how to suceed there and make an impression at the "home" World Championships.

Last week you were at Cholet for the Handi-Sports project. Tell us a bit about it
- Brian: It was very special. What I enjoyed the most was the feeling that everyone there was enjoying it, the parents, the kids, everyone was delighted. And I was really pleased to see the kids with disabilities being able to participate in the sport, in competitions. This is the first time this has been tried but I think in the future it will be something very important for the federation, the sport, even the Paralympic games.

Finally, a message for your fans
- Brian ..............My fans, simply, I want to thank them for their support and help. I always believe myself and they do too, even when some others think I am done, and I will prove them correct again in the future
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby alysonshade » 19 Jun 2011, 12:42

cekoni wrote:
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Mmmm... BJou! :mo-ro_zi_vo:
Cekoni, you are my HERO! :plush40:
Although, I'm under the impression that he was a bit embarrassed when the journalist asked him to send a message to his fans, isn't it? :du_ma_et:
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Kudryavka » 25 Jun 2011, 14:48

http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/winter/sk ... p-spo.html

Daisuke Takahashi's short program will be choreographed by David Willson :plush34:
He didn't compete for three years, but as soon as I saw him, I knew that there was a true Olympic Champion on the ice. - Takahiko Kozuka, Rostelecom Cup 2009
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby clairdelalune » 25 Jun 2011, 15:33

Kudryavka wrote:http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/winter/skate/figure/headlines/20110625-00000063-kyodo_sp-spo.html

Daisuke Takahashi's short program will be choreographed by David Willson :plush34:



Wilson!!!!?????/ :sh_ок: / NO!!!!!! :kli_ny: I'm thinking seriously to stop watching FS and DW choreographing programs for all skaters is a very good reason to do it!!! :-(
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Kudryavka » 25 Jun 2011, 16:03

clairdelalune wrote:
Kudryavka wrote:http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/winter/skate/figure/headlines/20110625-00000063-kyodo_sp-spo.html

Daisuke Takahashi's short program will be choreographed by David Willson :plush34:



Wilson!!!!?????/ :sh_ок: / NO!!!!!! :kli_ny: I'm thinking seriously to stop watching FS and DW choreographing programs for all skaters is a very good reason to do it!!! :-(

Do you hate Diva Willson? :-) I cannot say Willson's choreography can get point easily but I m looking forward to see Takahashi+Willson work from curiosity :son-ce:
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