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And someone here was saying that the Russians were finished...and were going to fall apart at Sochi. :rolleyes:

Russian sweep wouldn't have happened had the Germans competed or they faltered big time. Volozhar and Trankov have legit shot for medals in Sochi. They're the defending silver medalists.
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Russian sweep wouldn't have happened had the Germans competed or they faltered big time. Volozhar and Trankov have legit shot for medals in Sochi. They're the defending silver medalists.

Even granted that the Germans were there, the next 3 pairs were still the Russians...and look at ice dance & the men's results. I think it was intoronto pooh-poohing the Russians' chances. How can the prospective 2014 hosts NOT be a force to be reckoned with?

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for ice dance, as long as Virtue and Moir and Davis and White are competing only one spot at the podium will be available. for men's take away Plushy only Gachinski will carry the Russian men. The women's are the promising one with Tuktamysheva and Sotnikova becoming age eligible for senior competitions this coming season

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February 9 starts the actual competition of the 2012 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Colorado Springs. These are the links to the official website, men's, ladies', pairs, and ice dance participants.

1. http://www.2012fourcontinents.com/

2. http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat00007563.htm

3. http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat00007564.htm

4. http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat00007565.htm

5. http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat00007566.htm

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Four Continents Results

Men

1. Patrick Chan, Canada

2. Daisuke Takahashi, Japan

3. Ross Miner, USA

Ladies

1. Ashley Wagner, USA

2. Mao Asada, Japan

3. Carolina Zhang, USA

Pairs

1. Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, China

2.. Caydee Denney/John Coughlin, USA

3. Mary Beth Marley/Rockne Brubaker, USA

Ice Dance

1. Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir, Canada

2. Meryl David/Charlie White, USA

3. Kaitlyn Weaver/Andrew Poje, Canada

Next Stop: World Juniors in Minsk

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2012 World Junior Championships Results

Junior Men

1. Han Yan, China

2. Joshua Farris, USA

3. Jason Brown, USA

Junior Ladies

1. Julia Lipnitskaia, Russia

2. Gracia gold, USA

3. Adelina Sotnikova, Russia

Junior Pairs

1. Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, China

2. Xiaoyu Yu/Yang Jin, China

3. Vanessa Davankova/Andrei Deputat, Russia

Junior Ice Dance

1. Victoria Sinitsina/Ruslan Zhiganshin, Russia

2. Alexandra Stepanova/Ivan Bukin, Russia

3. Alexandra Aldridge/Daniel Eaton, USA

Next Stop: World Championships in Nice, France.

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2012 World Junior Championships Results

Junior Men

1. Han Yan, China

2. Joshua Farris, USA

3. Jason Brown, USA

Junior Ladies

1. Julia Lipnitskaia, Russia

2. Gracia gold, USA

3. Adelina Sotnikova, Russia

Junior Pairs

1. Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, China

2. Xiaoyu Yu/Yang Jin, China

3. Vanessa Davankova/Andrei Deputat, Russia

Junior Ice Dance

1. Victoria Sinitsina/Ruslan Zhiganshin, Russia

2. Alexandra Stepanova/Ivan Bukin, Russia

3. Alexandra Aldridge/Daniel Eaton, USA

Next Stop: World Championships in Nice, France.

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2012 World Junior Championships Results

Junior Men

1. Han Yan, China

2. Joshua Farris, USA

3. Jason Brown, USA

Junior Ladies

1. Julia Lipnitskaia, Russia

2. Gracia gold, USA

3. Adelina Sotnikova, Russia

Junior Pairs

1. Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, China

2. Xiaoyu Yu/Yang Jin, China

3. Vanessa Davankova/Andrei Deputat, Russia

Junior Ice Dance

1. Victoria Sinitsina/Ruslan Zhiganshin, Russia

2. Alexandra Stepanova/Ivan Bukin, Russia

3. Alexandra Aldridge/Daniel Eaton, USA

Next Stop: World Championships in Nice, France.

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2012 World Junior Championships Results

Junior Men

1. Han Yan, China

2. Joshua Farris, USA

3. Jason Brown, USA

Junior Ladies

1. Julia Lipnitskaia, Russia

2. Gracia gold, USA

3. Adelina Sotnikova, Russia

Junior Pairs

1. Wenjing Sui/Cong Han, China

2. Xiaoyu Yu/Yang Jin, China

3. Vanessa Davankova/Andrei Deputat, Russia

Junior Ice Dance

1. Victoria Sinitsina/Ruslan Zhiganshin, Russia

2. Alexandra Stepanova/Ivan Bukin, Russia

3. Alexandra Aldridge/Daniel Eaton, USA

Next Stop: World Championships in Nice, France.

Wow, only Russia, the USA and China split the medals, 5 - 4- 3. They let no one else in.

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It looks like Han Yan could be a future senior World Champion in men's figure skating, with Olympic gold in the 2012 WYOG and a junior world champion already achieved.

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By the way, thank goodness the riot occurred this year, rather than next year, where the World Figure Skating Championships are going to be held in 2013. Sheesh! :rolleyes: A St. Patrick's Day student riot! The main eason are intoxication to the extreme. At least, it is not one B.C. town in the 1990s, when it had a riot over, get this, MC Hammer! -_-

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Canada, Russia and USA will both be sending 3 ice dance teams at 2013 Worlds in London, Ont.

Canada, Russia and USA will all be sending 3 ice dance teams at 2013 Worlds in London, Ont.

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2012 World Figure Skating Results

Men

1. Patrick Chan, Canada

2. Daisuke Takahashi, Japan

3. Yuzuru Hanyu, Japan

Ladies

1. Carolina Kostner, Italy

2. Alena Leonova, Russia

3. Akiko Suzuki, Japan

Pairs

1. Aliona Savchenko/Robin Szolkowy, Germany

2. Tatiana Volosozhar/Maxim Trankov, Russia

3. Narumi Takahashi/Mervin Tran, Japan

Ice Dance

1. Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir, Canada

2. Meryl Davis/Charlie White, USA

3. Nathalie Pechalat/Fabian Bourzat, France

Up next: London, Ontario Worlds next year.

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Well, don't forget the 2012 ISU World Team Trophy in Japan. The results:

Gold: Japan

Silver: USA

Bronze: Canada

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