Чемпионаты России || Russian Nationals 2010-2012

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Re: Чемпионаты России || Russian Nationals 2010-2012

Postby let`s talk » 29 Mar 2012, 20:57

Kudryavka wrote:Первенство России 2012 г. "Ranks: Candidate for Master of Sport"
http://fsrussia.ru/upl/results/1112/rus ... /index.htm

But here is also national junior event.What is the difference between these junior competitions? ("ст. возраст" = "Статья Возраст"?) :ne_vi_del:
What you call "junior event" consists of the skaters who earned the right to take part in this competition based on their results in Cup of Russia. Another event the link to which you posted above has skaters who earned the right to skate there based on their regional competitions.

ст. возраст
It means старший возраст (elder age), those who were born in 1995 or later- for singles.
мл. возраст = младший возраст?
Yes. Those who were born from 1999.
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Re: Чемпионаты России || Russian Nationals 2010-2012

Postby Kudryavka » 30 Mar 2012, 13:26

Thank you letsy!! :plush40: Actually I've been wondering this, since '09 or '10 :-)

- Championships of Russia among Junior means Russian Junior Nationals
- Championships of Russia (Younger age) means a national competition "Memorial of Stanislav Zhuk", for the skaters who were born after 1999.
- Championships of Russia (Older age) means also a national competition, for the skaters who were born in 1995 and later.

So, in short, those competitions have each individual names/targets, and those competitions are not the series of the national championships in each categories (like "All-Japan Championships", "All-Japan Junior Championships", "All-Japan Novice Championships"), however, FFKKR wrote their names just Championships of Russia.. Am I right?


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