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PostSubject: 2009 Swedish Nationals   Mon Jan 17, 2011 9:38 am

Senior Men's Final Results:

1. Kristoffer Berntsson 212.82 Very Happy
2. Adrian Schultheiss 208.21
3. Alexander Majorov 193.14
4. Anton Truvé 143.66
5. Jimmy Karlsson 128.67



I recently obtained a DVD from Sweden which features all of the Senior Men's performances for this competition, and I've created videos of each skater. Please note that the audio is muted except for the music and the announcer's voice.

Senior Men's SP:

2009 Adrian Schultheiss Swedish Nationals SP 52.49 MB

2009 Anton Truvé Swedish Nationals SP 55.25 MB

2009 Alexander Majorov Swedish Nationals SP 57.66 MB

2009 Jimmy Karlsson Swedish Nationals SP 49.99 MB

2009 Kristoffer Berntsson Swedish Nationals SP 57.34 MB



For some strange reason my screen recorder won't synchronize the audio and the image properly, so you'll notice that the music ends several seconds before the skater finishes his performance. I'm sorry for this inconvenience, but there's nothing I can do about it. Crying or Very sad

Senior Men's LP:

2009 Jimmy Karlsson Swedish Nationals LP 56.46 MB

2009 Anton Truvé Swedish Nationals LP 68.52 MB

2009 Kristoffer Berntsson Swedish Nationals LP 68.62 MB

2009 Adrian Schultheiss Swedish Nationals LP 79.23 MB

2009 Alexander Majorov Swedish Nationals LP 66.28 MB



Senior Men's Medal Ceremony:

2009 Swedish Nationals Top 3 Senior Men Montage 13.4 MB

2009 Swedish Nationals Senior Men's Medal Ceremony 34.33 MB

2009 Kristoffer Berntsson Swedish Nationals Linking Segment 18.75 MB

2009 Kristoffer Berntsson Swedish Nationals Award 7.51 MB



Miscellaneous:

2009 Swedish Male Skaters News (SVT) 26.35 MB


Please don't upload these videos on to YouTube or any other site!


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PostSubject: Re: 2009 Swedish Nationals   Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:32 am

siberia82 wrote:

2009 Swedish Male Skaters News (SVT) 26.35 MB

Orion from GoldenSkate was kind enough to provide an English translation for the news clip! bounce



Speaker: Who will get the desirable ticket to the Olympic Games? The competition is stimulating but is it on equal terms?

Official: According to the criteria set by the Swedish Olympic Committee (SOK), two of the skaters are already eligible. They are Alexander Majorov and Adrian Schultheiss.

Speaker: However, not Kristoffer Berntsson. He who has been the greatest figure skating star in Sweden for many years.

Official: We will only send him to the Olympics if he has a chance to medal. Thus the European Championships will be a very important competition to prove himself.

Speaker: Alexander Majorov, the youngest of the three skaters, 18 years old, had a small chance to make it but a couple of minor mistakes destroyed the chances for this up-and-coming skater. And then there were only two left, fighting over one ticket to the Olympics.

Alexander: Kristoffer is the most experienced one, but right now Adrian is the better skater. There's no doubt about that.

Interviewer: How is he the better skater?

Alexander: His jumps are better and that's what counts in figureskating. Presentation doesn't count for much, you only get a few points for that.

Speaker: Adrian Schultheiss - he likes to be different, to stand out on the ice. In his new long program he acts schizophrenic and crazy. He is a good technician and jumper. During the warmup he nailed a quadruple. Kristoffer Berntsson is the most experienced of the two. Good in the presentation of his programs. Here he is on his way to his fourth consecutive Swedish gold medal win. However, that is not enough to procure him a ticket to the Olympics.

Kristoffer: The Olympics is my dream and it is what is driving me on every day - when I'm skating, when I'm at the skating rink, when I'm running, when I do weightlifting - all the time - to push that extra mile, get those extra few percent out of me - which is what is needed to be able to skate this well.

Speaker: The European Championships will now be the deciding factor in who gets the only ticket to the Olympics.

Adrian: I hope it will be a great European Championships for both me and Kristoffer and we will fight for the one place to the Olympics there. I think it's the right place to decide who's really the best because the judges in Sweden sometimes have a favorite they're pushing for.

Interviewer: Kristoffer has a much tougher road to get to Vancouver than Adrian, for instance?

Official: Yes, because he is already 27 and when we get to Sochi, he would be 31 and it's doubtful whether he'll continue that long.

Kristoffer: (shrugging and sighing) Of course, I'm dreaming about going to the Olympics, but I don't want to take out anything in advance. I only concentrate on what I can do, then we'll see what the judges say and what the Swedish Olympic Committee will say.
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