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Junior Grand Prix Ladies Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Serafima SAKHANOVICH (Q) RUS 30
2 Evgenia MEDVEDEVA (Q) RUS 30
3 Wakaba HIGUCHI (Q) JPN 28
4 Maria SOTSKOVA (Q) RUS 28
5 Yuka NAGAI (Q) JPN 26
6 Miyu NAKASHIO (Q) JPN 24
7 Karen CHEN USA 24
8 Elizabet TURZYNBAEVA KAZ 24
9 Rin NITAYA JPN 22
10 Alexandra PROKLOVA RUS 22
       
13 Amber GLENN USA 16
       
15 Leah KEISER USA 14

(Q) Qualified for Final

Junior Grand Prix Men's Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Boyang JIN (Q) CHN 30
2 Shoma UNO (Q) JPN 28
3 Alexander PETROV (Q) RUS 28
4 June Hyoung LEE (Q) KOR 26
5 Sota YAMAMOTO (Q) JPN 26
6 Roman SADOVSKY (Q) CAN 24
7 He ZHANG CHN 24
8 Alexander SAMARIN RUS 24
9 Dmitri ALIEV RUS 22
10 Andrei LAZUKIN RUS 18
       
13 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 16
14 Shotaro OMORI USA 14

Junior Grand Prix Pairs Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Julianne SEGUIN / Charlie BILODEAU (Q) CAN 30
2 Maria VIGALOVA / Egor ZAKROEV (Q) RUS 30
3 Lina FEDOROVA / Maxim MIROSHKIN (Q) RUS 26
4 Kamilla GAINETDINOVA / Sergei ALEXEEV (Q) RUS 24
5 Daria BEKLEMISHEVA / Maxim BOBROV (Q) RUS 22
6 Chelsea LIU / Brian JOHNSON (Q) USA 20
7 Anastasia GUBANOVA / Alexei SINTSOV RUS 20
8 Renata OGANSEIAN / Mark BARDEI UKR 18
9 Ami KOGA / Francis BOUDREAU AUDET JPN 14
10 Maria CHUSHCHANOVA / Denis MINTSEV RUS 12
       
14 Cirinia GILLETT / Maximiliano FERNANDEZ USA 5
       
18 Olivia ALLAN / Austin HALE (*) USA 3
       
20 Jessica LEE / Robert HENNINGS (*) USA 0

Junior Grand Prix Dance Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Anna YANOVSKAYA / Sergey MOZGOV (Q) RUS 30
2 Mackenzie BENT / Garrett MACKEEN (Q) CAN 28
3 Betina POPOVA / Yuri VLASENKO (Q) RUS 28
4 Alla LOBODA / Pavel DROZD (Q) RUS 28
5 Madeline EDWARDS / Zhao Kai PANG (Q) CAN 28
6 Daria MOROZOVA / Mikhail ZHIRNOV (Q) RUS 24
7 Rachel PARSONS / Michael PARSONS USA 24
8 Lorraine MCNAMARA / Quinn CARPENTER USA 24
9 Brianna DELMAESTRO / Timothy LUM CAN 24
10 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN UKR 20
       
14 Holly MOORE / Daniel KLABER USA 16
15 Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA 16
       
17 Julia BIECHLER / Damian DODGE USA 12


News from the Southwest Pacific Region

Clubs of the SWP region are invited to send us news items for inclusion here.


SWP REGIONAL 2015 COMPETITION CALENDAR

Feb. 14-15

Los Angeles FSC Adult Mid-Winter Open Championships

Artesia CA

Feb. 21 – 22

OPEN

Feb. 28 – Mar. 1

OPEN

     

Mar. 7 – 8

OPEN

Mar. 14 – 15

OPEN

Mar. 20 – 22

Tri-Valley FSC Showcase for Skaters

Valencia CA

Mar. 28 – 29

OPEN

     

Apr. 3 – 4

OPEN (Easter Weekend)

Apr. 10 – 12

SC of Phoenix Fiesta Skate

Peoria AZ

Apr. 17 – 19

OPEN

Apr. 24 – 26

La Jolla FSC Open Championships

La Jolla CA

Apr. 30 – 5/3

USFS Governing Council

Colorado Springs CO

     

May. 8 – 10

South Bay FSC Open Champs

Torrance CA

May. 15 – 17

Los Angeles FSC California Champs

Artesia CA

May 22 – 24

OPEN

May. 29 – 31

All Year FSC Open Champs

Ontario CA

     

Jun. 6 – 7

Los Angeles FSC Showcase for Skaters

Burbank CA

Jun. 12 – 14

OPEN

Jun. 19 – 21

So-Cal Interclub Open Championships

Paramount CA

Jun. 26 – 28

FSC of Southern California Open Championships

El Segundo CA

     

Jul. 3 – 5

OPEN (4th of July Weekend)

Jul. 10 – 12

Los Angeles FSC Open Champs

Burbank CA

Jul. 17 – 19

Coyotes SC of Arizona Cactus Classic

Scottsdale AZ

Jul. 24 – 26

Skate La Grande Championships

San Diego CA

Jul. 29 – Aug. 2

Glacier Falls FSC Summer Classic

Anaheim CA
     

Aug. 6 – 9

OPEN

 

Aug. 14 -16

Desert FSC of Arizona Ice Classic

Tempe AZ

Aug. 21 – 23

Orange County FSC Open Championships

Yorba Linda CA

Aug. 21 – 23

Flagstaff FSC Ice in the Pines

Flagstaff AZ

Aug. 28 – 30

Escondido FSC Hidden Valley Open Championships

Escondido CA

     

Sep. 3 – 6

All Year FSC Golden West Championships

Ontario CA

Sep. 11 – 13

Rim of the World FSC Open Championships

Paramount CA

Sep. 18 – 20

Pasadena FSC Open Championships

Pasadena CA

Sep. 25 – 27

So-Cal Inter-Club Invitational Series Final

Paramount CA

     

Oct. 2 – 4

Tri-Valley FSC West Coast Open Championships

Valencia CA

Oct. 10 – 13

2016 Southwest Pacific Regionals

Pasadena CA

Oct. 17 – 18

OPEN

Oct. 24 – 25

Arrowhead FSC Open Championships

Ontario CA

Oct. 31 – Nov. 1

OPEN

     

Nov. 7

SC of Phoenix Autumn Antics

Peoria AZ

Nov. 14 – 15

OPEN

Nov. 18 – 22

2016 Pacific Coast Sectionals

Burbank CA

Nov. 28 – 29

OPEN

     

Jan. 16 – 24, 2016

U.S. National Championships

St. Paul MN


Host cities for 2015/16 Qualifying Competition

Regionals

 

HOST CITY

DATES

North Atlantic

Lake Placid, N.Y.

Oct. 3-6, 2015

Southwestern

Independence, Mo.

Oct. 3-6, 2015

Central Pacific

San Jose, Calif.

Oct. 3-6, 2015

Northwest Pacific

Seattle

Oct. 10-13, 2015

Upper Great Lakes

Pleasant Prairie, Wis.

Oct. 10-13, 2015

Southwest Pacific

Pasadena, Calif.

Oct. 10-13, 2015

South Atlantic

Aston, Pa.

Oct. 17-20, 2015

New England

Burlington, Vt.

Oct. 17-20. 2015

Eastern Great Lakes

Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oct. 17-20, 2015

Sectionals

Eastern

Simsbury, Conn.

Nov. 18-22, 2015

Midwestern

Cleveland, Ohio

Nov. 18-22, 2015

Pacific Coast

Burbank, Calif.

Nov. 18-22, 2015


2014 Glacier Falls Summer Classic IJS Results

2014 Glacier Falls Summer Classic 6.0 Results

  In the News:

Grand Prix Final a Great Success - The Grand Prix Final took place in Barcelona, Spain from December 10 to 14. I had never attended a Grand Prix Final before, nor I had been in Barcelona. I must say it was definitely a great week. Barcelona is a wonderful city and the Spanish people very friendly and full of life.  By Sonia Binachetti.

2014 Grand Prix Final

Hanyu Triumphant in Grand Prix Final Win
Weaver & Poje Win Dance Event
Canadians Duhamel & Radford Take Pairs Event
Russian Ladies Place One-Two in Ladies Event, Wagner Moves Up for Bronze
Hanyu Leads in Men's Short Program Despite Fall
Weaver & Poje Get Clear Win in Short Dance
Free Programs Conclude Junior Events, Russia Wins Eight of Twelve Medals - On the second day of the Grand Prix Final in Barcelona the four free programs concluded the Junior events, followed in the evening by the Senior short program for Men and the Short Dance for Ice Dance.  Russian skaters won eight of the twelve medals in the Junior events, including a sweep of the Pairs event.
Russian Sweep in Grand Prix Final Senior Ladies Short Program
Meagan Duhamel & Eric Radford Take First Place in Pairs with a Completely Flawless Short Program
2014 Grand Prix Final Begins with the Junior Short Programs - The Grand Prix Final in Barcelona, Spain, started on Thursday, December 11, with the short programs and the short dance of the Juniors. In each category six competitors or couples are qualified. Skaters from Russia won 12 of the 24 junior spots this year, those from Japan five, from Canada four, from China and South Korea one each and from the USA also only one. Some years ago the USA had gained around half of the spots, but no longer.
The competition is being held in the Barcelona International Convention Center, located on the shore of the Mediterranean Seam.  The ice surface is a temporary installation with seating that is also temporary and accommodates 5500 spectators.  The unofficial count for spectators for the four Junior segments in the after noon is 1800.  The segments were held in the order, Ladies, Dance, Men and Pairs.
Wagner Ready to Rock in Barcelona - If there would be one way to describe Ashley Wagner, it would probably be the fact that the girl’s got guts.
Shibutanis Set to Step it Up in Spain - This weekend, Maia and Alex Shibutani are looking to make their mark at the Grand Prix Finals in Barcelona, Spain, hoping to possibly claim a medal and continue evolving as world-class ice dancers as they embark on the new 2018 Olympic cycle.
Russia Dominates 2014 Grand Prix, Sends Nine Entries to Final - Russian skaters continued their domination of international figure skating, qualifying for nine of the twenty-four possible entries in the 2014 Grand Prix Final.  Russian qualified entries in each of the four disciplines, with Russian ladies earning four of the six slots in that event.  In comparison, The U.S. qualified a total of four entries, with two entries each in Ladies and Dance.  The U.S. count beat by one the three entries each earned by Canada, China and Japan.
NHK is Last Chance to Qualify for 2014 Grand Prix Final - The last Grand Prix competition begins this weekend, offering the last chance for skaters to qualify for the Grand Prix Final in Barcelona next month.  The U.S. has already qualified two entries in the dance final, and is on the cusp of qualifying at least one lady this weekend.

2014 Skate Canada

Thursday, October 30, 2014
Substitutions:  Kevin Reynolds (CAN) had withdrawn earlier in the week (27 Oct) and was replaced by Andrei Rogozine (CAN).  Today Elladj Balde (CAN) withdrew due to injury (concussion) and will not be replaced.  Balde hit his head in training last week, training in Detroit, MI.  He had held of withdrawing in hope of being able to compete this week, but he could no get medical clearance to compete and withdrew today.
Kelowna is a city on Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley, in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. It serves as the head office of the Regional District of Central Okanagan, and derives its name derives from an Okanagan language term for "grizzly bear". The lake is a large, deep lake in the Okanagan Valley, that is 84 miles long, between 2.5 and 3 miles wide and 757 ft m deep.  Kelowna is the third largest metropolitan area in the province with a population of about 200,000.  Okanagan Valley has been named the second best wine producing region in the world, and is also a major apple producing region.
Today's day of practice was relatively uneventful as the skaters had their last full day of training before competition begins tomorrow with the four short programs.
The entries in the four events are not particularly deep.  The highest ranked entries in each event should have any easy time of it racking up qualifying points for the final, if they have prepared to be near the top of their game at the outset of the season.  This opens up the opportunity for the somewhat lesser ranked skaters to stay in the race for a spot in the final.  The reality of the qualifying system in the Grand Prix is that a competitor must place fourth or better in both their assigned events to make the final, and a competitor who places fourth in one competition must win the other to have a chance of making the final, most likely on a tie breaker if things go their way.
Anna Pogorilaya (RUS) is the favorite in the Ladies event, while Ashley Wagner (USA) and Courtney Hicks (USA) have a reasonable chance to make the top four.  Team Canada appears to have little chance of making the podium in the Ladies event.
In the men, Javier Fernandez (ESP) should have any easy time of it, with maybe a little pressure coming from Takahiko Kozuka (JPN).  Neither the Canadian nor the American men have much chance to make the podium, though Adam Rippon (USA) has an outside chance, if he is at the top of his game.
Pairs will likely be a battle between Megan Duhamel & Eric Radford (CAN) and Wenjing Sui & Cong Han (CHN).  Following them Vanessa James & Morgan Cipress (FRA) and Evgenia Tarasova & Vladimir Morozov (RUS) are likely to round out the top four.
The dance event is perhaps the most competitive for couples seeking to qualify.  Kaityn Weaver & Andrew Poje (CAN) are the favorites.  They are followed by four couples capable of scoring in the 150s and have a chance to make the podium.  One of these is Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue (USA) and another is Piper Gilles & Paul Poirier (CAN).

Friday, October 31, 2014
Ann Pogorilaya (RUS)
More tricks than treats as the four short programs were skated today.  The favorites got the job done in each event, opening up small leads in the Ladies, Men's and Pairs events.  Weaver & Poje (CAN) lead by nearly nine points in the dance, making that result a blow out.
Ashley Wagner (USA) led in components among the ladies, but two under-rotations and an edge attention had her fifth in elements.  Good to see her trying the triple-triple at the start of the season, though.  Courtney Hicks (USA) missed her triple Lutz, which cost her about four places.  Anna Pogorilya (RUS), who leads in the short, two footed her double Axel in an otherwise clean program.
Takahito Mura (JPN) blew past his countryman Takahiko Kozura, to place second behind the leader Javier Fernandez (JPN).  Steven Carriere was the top U.S. man and lies fourth in the short, one place ahead of Max Aaron.  Adam RIppon left his jumps in the warm-up and lies eleventh.
The top three in pairs turned out as expected, while Madeline Aaron & Max Settlage just edged out Vanessa James & Morgan Cipres (FRA) for fourth place.  They look strong enough to hold that position, which would keep then in the running to make the final.
Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje (CAN) are in command of the Dance event.  They are followed by four couples in striking distance to make the podium.  The Canadians lead by about 9 points, and then the remaining seven teams are all separated by another nine points.  The best result among the U.S. couples came from Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donahue who are only 0.33 points behind the second place couple Ksenia Monko & Kirill Khaliavin (RUS).
Estimated attendance: Men, 3100; Pairs, 3400; Dance, 2800; Ladies, 3000.

Saturday, November 1, 2014
Weaver & Poje (CAN)
Three of the four leaders in the short programs expanded their leads to win their events, while Javier Fernandez (ESP) fell short on his jumps and was overtaken by Takahito Mura (JPN) in the Men's event.
Anna Pogorilaya (RUS) won the event based on the strongest technical scores.  In the Free Skate she was second in components behind Ashley Wagner (USA), who finished second the the Free Skate and second overall.  Wagner had two under-rotations and one of her triple flips has an edge attention.  She did not attempt a triple-triple and her base values trailed four other skaters in the event.  Satoko Miyahara (JPN) pulled up to third with a super performance to "Miss Saigon."  Courtney Hicks (USA) improved on her short program result and pulled up to finish fourth.
Javier Fernandez led the Free Sate in components, but errors in all three quad attempts cost him the gold medal.  Takahito Mura gave a strong performance to "phantom of the Opera," cleanly landing quad toe loop and quad toe loop - triple toe loop.  Konstantin Menshov (RUS) dropped in the long, opening the door for both Max Aaron (USA) and Stephen Carriere (USA) to move up a place, and in the case of Aaron to take the bronze medal.  Adam Rippon again left his jumps in the warm-up.  This was not a career enhancing competition for Rippon, while it was for Aaron and Carriere.
Except for a place switch in seventh and eighth place, all the pairs held their positions in the Free Skate, giving Meagen Duhamel & Eric Radford (CAN) the gold, Wenjing Sui & Cong Han (CHN) the silver and Evgenia Tarasove & Vladamir Morozov (RUS) the bronze.  Madeline Aaron & Max Settlage (USA) placed fourth, keeping a slim chance alive to make the final.
Katlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje (CAN) crushed their competition to win the gold medal.  Piper GIlles & Paul Poirier (CAN) moved up for the silver, in large part thanks to Ksenia Monko & Kirill Khaliavin (RUS) dropping like stones with numerous points given up on the element levels.  Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue held third in the long, and finished third overall for the bronze medal.  Alexandra Eaton & Daniel Eaton (USA)  finished sixth.  After a strong record in juniors, their progress in seniors began to stall out last season, and from their performances here, seems to be stuck in neutral.

2014 Skate Canada Medalists
Estimated attendance: Men, 3900; Pairs, 3900; Dance, 4500; Ladies, 4500.
Ladies Event             Men's Event
Pairs Event               Dance Event

2014 Skate America

Ladies Short Program        Ladies Free Skate
Men's Short Program         Men's Free Skate
Pairs Short Program          Pairs Free Skate
Dance Short Dance            Dance Free Dance
Chicago Area Natives Gold and Brown Looking to Bring Home Hardware at Skate America
Shibutanis Poised to Capture Gold in Chicago
Junior Grand Prix Recap - Six of the seven Junior Grand Prix this season took place in Europe and one in Asia.  None where held in North or South America.  Overall there were 25 competitions, with pairs events being held in only four of the seven competitions. An ISU live stream using four different cameras was sent out from each competition and later each program was put on YouTube. 
Only five countries had at least one winner. The Russian anthem was played 14 times, the Canadian five times, the Japanese three times, the Chinese twice and the South Korean once. No U.S. skater won any of these 25 competitions, for the first time in many years.
Gymnastics Questions Code of Points, Laments Loss of Artistry - When IJS was first being forced down everyone's throat ... no, no, "introduced" ... it was repeatedly pointed out that gymnastics was going down the same road adopting a "code of points' scoring system, to show just what a good mainstream idea IJS was.
Since then, gymnastics has experienced the same problems that have befallen skating due to using a code of points scoring system.  But while the ISU remains steadfast in embracing a system that has done more harm than good, gymnastics appears to be wising up and willing to admit it made some mistakes and make changes.
Junior Grand Prix Wraps Up in Zagreb
Junior Grand Prix Makes Sixth Stop in Dresden
Second Half of Junior Grand Prix Starts in Tallinn
Numbers Tell All, Skating is Back in the Center Spotlight
Aichi, Japan Hosts Fourth Junior Grand Prix
Three Gold Medals for Canada at the Third Junior Grand Prix in Ostrava
Second Junior Grand Prix in Ljubljana
First Junior Grand Prix in Courchevel
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Dec. 4 - Gracie Gold (USA), withdraws from Grand Prix Final in Barcelona, due to a stress fracture in her left foot.  She will be replaced by Rika Hongo (JPN) who finished seventh in the Grand Prix standings.

Dec. 2 - Don Laws, distinguished American figure skating coach died of heart failure at age 85.  Laws was Junior champion in singles and dance, and was coach to notable skaters Scott Hamilton, Tiffany Chin, Michael Weiss and Patrick Chan.

Dec. 1 - Two-time Olympian David Santee, U.S. Figure Skating official and management  organizer and Anne Gerly and choreographer Ricky Harris are elected to the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame Class of 2015. Their inductions will be held during the U.S. Figure Skating Championships held Jan. 17-25, 2015 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Oct. 28 - Josua Farris (USA), withdraws from Cup of China.  No substitute has yet been named to the competition.

Oct. 27 - Kevin Reynolds (CAN) withdraws from Skate Canada International.  He will be replaced by Andrei Rogozine (CAN)

Aug. 22 - Two-time Olympic silver medalist and three-time world champion, Patrick Chan plans to return to the competitive figure skating for the 2015-2016 season.  After some down time over the summer, Chan has developed a new free program, although he doesn’t plan to unveil it in international competition until next year’s ISU Grand Prix season.

 “My goal is to return to a full competitive schedule after this year,” said Chan. “I am proud of my accomplishments in Sochi and my world championship titles, but I do feel that there is still more that I can achieve. I will return to competition having learned new ways of training and preparing from this year off.”

Aug. 22 - U.S. Figure Skating has signed Frank Carroll to provide services and support for U.S. Figure Skating’s performance enhancement and tracking program.

“U.S. Figure Skating is excited to have this legendary coach mentor and share his wealth of knowledge with U.S. Figure Skating’s premier coaches and athletes,” said David Raith, executive director at U.S. Figure Skating. “Frank Carroll’s expertise and services will be available to our elite athletes and coaches as they embark on the next quadrennium.”

Carroll’s primary focus will be to mentor U.S. Figure Skating’s Team USA and International Selection Pool coaches within U.S. Figure Skating’s Athlete High Performance Department. Additionally, Carroll will work with Mitch Moyer, senior director of athlete high performance, on providing programming, including seminars, on- and off-ice demonstrations and educational materials, for these coaches and their athletes.

Aug. 13 - U.S. lineup for 2014 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic (subject to change)

Ladies: Polina Edmunds, Courtney Hicks, Mirai Nagasu, Ashley Shin

Men: Max Aaron, Ross Miner, Jordan Moeller, Douglas Razzano

Pairs: Madeline Aaron & Max Settlage, Jessica Noelle Calalang & Zack Sidhu, Alexa Scimeca & Chris Knierim

Ice dance: Alexandra Aldridge & Daniel Eaton, Anastasia Cannuscio & Colin McManus, Madison Chock & Evan Bates

Jul. 16 - Felicia Zhang and Nathan Bartholomay announced the end of their pairs partnership. Bartholomay has expressed interest in finding a new partner, while Zhang will attend the University of South Florida full time.

Zhang and Bartholomay, who trained in Ellenton, Fla., under coaches Jim Peterson, Lyndon Johnston and Amanda Evora, began their partnership three years ago. They finished 12th at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. They are the 2014 U.S. silver medalists and 2013 U.S. bronze medalists.

May. 7 - Two-time reigning U.S. pairs champions Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir have ended their partnership. Both skaters have expressed interest in finding new partners.

Castelli and Shnapir, who trained in Boston under coaches Bobby Martin and Carrie Wall, began their partnership eight years ago. Castelli and Shnapir finished ninth at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games and were team event bronze medalists at the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. They are the 2013 Four Continents bronze medalists and 2009 World Junior bronze medalists

November Competitions

5 - 9 Nov - 25th Volvo Open Cup - Riga, Latvia

6 - 9 Nov - Golden Bear - Zagreb, Croatia

6 - 9 Nov - Triglav Trophy & Narcisa Cup - Jesenice, Slovenia

7 - 9 Nov - LEXUS Cup of China ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Shanghai, China

7 - 9 Nov - NRW Trophy for Ice Dance - Dortmund, Germany

11 - 16 Nov - Ice Challenge v - Graz, Austria

12 - 16 Nov - Skate Celje - Celje, Slovenia

14 - 16 Nov - Rostelecom Cup ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Moscow, Russia

14 - 16 Nov - Merano Cup - Merano, Italy

18 - 23 Nov - Olympic Hopes - Bucharest or Poiana Brasov, Romania

20 - 23 Nov - Warsaw Cup - Warsaw, Poland

20 - 23 Nov - Open d’Andorra - Canillo, Andorra

21 - 23 Nov - Trophee Bompard ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Bordeaux, France

21 - 23 Nov - 52nd Grand Prix of Banska Bystrica - Banska Bystrica, Slovakia

25 - 30 Nov - NRW Trophy - Dortmund, Germany

28 - 30 Nov - NHK Trophy ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Osaka, Japan

28 - 30 Nov - Pavel Roman Memorial - Olomouc, Czech Republic

December Competitions

4 - 7 Oct - Golden Spin of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

11 - 14 Oct - Grand Prix Final (Junior and Senior) - Barcelona, Spain


Grand Prix Ladies Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Elena Rodianova RUS 30
2 Elizaveta Tuktamysheva RUS 28
3 Anna Porilaya RUS 28
4 (WD) Gracie Gold USA 26
5 Julia Lipnitskaia RUS 26
6 Ashely Wagner USA 24
7 Rika Hongo JPN 22
8 Sotoko Miyahara JPN 22
9 Kanako Murakami JPN 20
10 Alena Leonova RUS 18
11 Courtny Hicks USA 18
12 Alaine Chartrand CAN 15
13 Mirai Nagasu USA 14
14 So Youn Park USA 14
15 Samantha Cesario USA 13
16 Polina Edmunds USA 12

Qualified for Final in Grey

Grand Prix Men's Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Maxim Kovtun RUS 30
2 Javier Fernandez ESP 28
3 Tatsuki Machida JPN 28
4 Takahito Mura JPN 26
5 Sergei Voronov RUS 26
6 Yuzuru Hanyu JPN 26
7 Jason Brown USA 20
8 Denis Ten KAZ 20
9 Nam Nguyen CAN 20
10 Konstantin Menshov RUS 16
11 Misha Ge UZB 16
12 Daisuke Murakami JPN 15
13 Michael Brezina CZE 15
14 Richard Dornbush USA 15
15 Max Aaron USA 15
16 Jeremy Abbott USA 14

Grand Prix Pairs Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Ksenia Stolbova & Fedor KlImov RUS 30
2 Meagan Duhamel & Eric Radford CAN 30
3 Yuko Kavaguti & Alexander Smirnov RUS 28
Cheng Peng & Hao Zhang CHN 26
5 Wenjing Sui & Cong Han CHN 26
6 Xiaoyu Yu and Yang Jin CHN 24
7 Evgenia Tarasova & Vladimir Morozov RUS 24
8 Haven Denney & Brandon Frazier USA 22
9 Wuehan Wang & Lei Wang CHN 22
10 Alexa Scimeca & Chris Knierim USA 18
11 Vera Bazarova & Andrei Duputat RUS 18
12 Madeline Aaron & Max Settlage USA 16
13 Vanessa James & Morgan Cipres FRA 14
14 Nicole Della Monica & Matteo Guarise ITA 12
15 Kristina Astakhova & Alexei Rogonov RUS 11
16 Jessica Calalang & Zach Sidhu USA 7

Grand Prix Dance Final Standings

Pl Name Nation Points
1 Madison Chock & Evan Bates USA 30
2 Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje CAN 30
Gabriella Papadakis & Guillaume Cizeron FRA 30
4 Maia Shibutani & Alex Shibutani USA 26
5 Piper Gilles & Pau Poirier CAN 26
6 Elena Ilinykh & Ruslan Zhiganshin RUS 22
7 Ksenia Monko & Kiril Khaliavin RUS 22
Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue USA 22
9 Penny Coomes & Nicholas Buckland GBR 18
10 Alexandra Stepanova & Ivan Bukin RUS 18
11 Kaitlin Hawayek & Jean-Luc Baker USA 16
12 Neli Zhiganshina & Alexander Gazsi GER 16
13 Alexandra Paul & Mitchell Islam CAN 12
14 Charlene Suignard & Marco Fabbri ITA 12
15 Anna Cappellini & Luca Lanotte ITA 11

 

 

 
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