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    38. Nebelhorn-Trophy 2006 from 28.9. - 1.10.2006

    The German Skating Federation has published the announcement on the web page

    http://www.eislauf-union.de/NebelhornTrophy2006.html

    Closing date for entries is August 4th.

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    I believe this is the event where the ISU is planning to use a double panel of judges, one for tech GOEs and one for component scores. It will be interesting to see how the experiment comes out.

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    That's good news MM. I just hope the PCS judges are not influenced by big jumps as being great choreography.

    No listing of skates in that complicated link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman
    I believe this is the event where the ISU is planning to use a double panel of judges, one for tech GOEs and one for component scores. It will be interesting to see how the experiment comes out.
    Hopefully this will help develop the system even further, preventing the use of program component scores as a way to elevate a skater's scores over another skater's scores when there is bias by a particular judge. The CoP still has a way to go, with continuing refinement, at least until 2010. I think with each season of competition, new areas of debate will come to light. And with the trial of two separate panels....a tech GOE and a component score panel, perhaps the effect of bias can be diminished even further (not necessarily eliminated).

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    Added on USFS' International Assignments page today (Aug. 9) for Nebelhorn Trophy -- Team USA so far:
    Bebe Liang, Katy Taylor, Derrick Delmore, Parker Pennington, Slattery/Lee in dance and Pairs TBA.

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    Katy Taylor has a busy schedule. Nebelhorn Sept. 29, Skate America Oct. 26., and Skate Canada Nov. 2.

    Bebe also has two senior Grand Prix assignments (Cup of China and NHK).

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    I just checked out the site. It has the list of winners of this event going back to 1969.

    Trivia question: Who is the only lady to win the Nebelhorn Trophy twice?

    Answer: Irina Slutskaya, 1993 and 1994.

    Other notable winners: Dorothy Hamill, 1971; Debi Thomas, 1984; Tonia Kwiatkowski, 1988; Kyoka Ina (singles), 1989; Surya Bonaly. 1990; Shizuka Arakawa, 1995.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman
    Katy Taylor has a busy schedule. Nebelhorn Sept. 29, Skate America Oct. 26., and Skate Canada Nov. 2.

    Bebe also has two senior Grand Prix assignments (Cup of China and NHK).
    They have to give Bebe as much as possible because I am sure she will not be an annointed one for Campbells. that will be KM, KT, EH, ACz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman
    Other notable winners: Dorothy Hamill, 1971; Debi Thomas, 1984; Tonia Kwiatkowski, 1988; Kyoka Ina (singles), 1989; Surya Bonaly. 1990; Shizuka Arakawa, 1995.
    There are notable winners in other disciplines as well, e.g:

    Men
    1987 Eldredge
    1994 Kulik
    1995 Honda
    1996 Weiss
    1997 Goebel
    2005 Lindemann

    Pairs
    1973 Babilonia/Gardner

    Dance
    1977 Torvill/Dean
    1982&1983 Klimova/Ponomarenko
    1985 Usova/Zhulin
    1992 Bourne/Kraatz
    2005 Belbin/Agosto

    Link for all winners

    http://www.eislauf-union.de/nht-Rckblick.History.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    I just checked out the site. It has the list of winners of this event going back to 1969.

    Trivia question: Who is the only lady to win the Nebelhorn Trophy twice?

    Answer: Irina Slutskaya, 1993 and 1994.

    Other notable winners: Dorothy Hamill, 1971; Debi Thomas, 1984; Tonia Kwiatkowski, 1988; Kyoka Ina (singles), 1989; Surya Bonaly. 1990; Shizuka Arakawa, 1995.

    Actually, Elena Liashenko also won twice, '97 and '99.

    I wish some of the other smaller competitions that go back for years would do this. It's a hoot to read some of these names; some of them I remember as being in the middle ranks during the 80s, or competing at Nationals, but some of these other ones I have never heard of in my entire life. (Ludmila Bezakova, anyone??)

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    Entries for Nebelhorn Trophy?

    Does anyone know if the entries have been published yet for the Nebelhorn Trophy? If so, where have they been published?

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    They're not yet up on the Nebelhorn site, which Sandra_persch published in the first post on this thread.

    Eventually, there will be an "entries" link on the ISU Events Page:

    http://www.isu.org/vsite/vcontent/pa...m-item,00.html
    (Scroll to "Results" section.)

    According to the USFS site, the US entries have been updated:

    Ladies: Liang, Taylor
    Men: Delmore,Pennington
    Pairs: Castile/Okolski (added 8/22), Katz/Lynch (added 8/22)
    Dance: Slattery/Lee, Matthews/Zavozin (added 8/14)

    http://www.usfigureskating.org/Athletes.asp?id=216


    When Skate Canada updates its site, the entries will be located here:

    http://www.skatecanada.ca/en/athlete...l_assignments/
    (scroll down to "Senior International")

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    Of course, we are not going to get this on TV so we need some personal reports from our fans going to watch it.

    I saw a vast improvement in Pennington's skating last season, and I would like to know how well he fared.

    Bebe, I'm afraid should switch to speedskating. She is the fastest today. What she needs is control of that speed. She should study Irina tapes and watch IS slow down before any element entry.

    Katy is somewhat of a mystery. We know she won 4CC but no one really saw it. I'm looking forward to the GPs for both of them.

    Joe

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    The British squad allocations are here:

    http://www.iceskating.org.uk/figure/...fm?catid=24205

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    Entry lists are online:

    http://www.deu-event.de/results/Nebelhorn_2006/

    Ladies:

    1 Andrea KREUZER AUT
    2 Isabelle PIEMANN BEL
    3 Sonia RADEVA BUL
    4 Amanda BILLINGS CAN
    5 Christiane BERGER GER
    6 Cornelia BEYERMANN GER
    7 Constanze PAULINUS GER
    8 Ina SETERBAKKEN GER
    9 Kristin WIECZOREK GER
    10 Carolina KOSTNER ITA
    11 Maria BALABA LAT
    12 Arina MARTINOVA RUS
    13 Olga NAIDENOVA RUS
    14 Jacqueline BELENYESIOVA SVK
    15 Teodora POSTIC SLO
    16 Lina JOHANSSON SWE
    17 Cindy CARQUILLAT SUI
    18 Beatrisa LIANG USA
    19 Katy TAYLOR USA

    Men:

    1 Kevin VAN DER PERREN BEL
    2 Vaughn CHIPEUR CAN
    3 Maxime-Billy FORTIN CAN
    4 Tomas JANECKO CZE
    5 Tomas VERNER CZE
    6 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI FIN
    7 Tobias BAYER GER
    8 Clemens BRUMMER GER
    9 Martin LIEBERS GER
    10 Stefan LINDEMANN GER
    11 Thomas PAULSON GBR
    12 Sergei KOTOV ISR
    13 Karel ZELENKA ITA
    14 Przemyslaw DOMANSKI POL
    15 Adrian MATEI ROM
    16 Denis LEUSHIN RUS
    17 Trifun ZIVANOVIC SER
    18 Igor MATSIPURA SVK
    19 Gregor URBAS SLO
    20 Kristoffer BERNTSSON SWE
    21 Anton KOVALEVSKI UKR
    22 Derrick DELMORE USA
    23 Parker PENNINGTON USA

    Ice Dance:

    1 Barbora SILNA / Dmitri MATSJUK AUT
    2 Allie HANN-MCCURDY / Michael CORENO CAN
    3 Siobhan KARAM / Joshua MCGRATH CAN
    4 Aleksandra GOTT / Iliya KORESHEV EST
    5 Sinead KERR / John KERR GBR
    6 Phillipa TOWLER-GREEN / Phillip POOLE GBR
    7 Alexandra ZARETSKI / Roman ZARETSKI ISR
    8 Katherine Leigh COPELY / Deividas STAGNIUNAS LTU
    9 Clover ZATZMAN / Aurimas RADISAUSKAS LTU
    10 Alexandra KAUC / Michal ZYCH POL
    11 Morgan MATTHEWS / Maxim ZAVOZIN USA
    12 Kate SLATTERY / Ghuen-Gun LEE USA

    Pairs:

    1 Rumiana SPASSOVA / Stanimir TODOROV BUL
    2 Mylene BRODEUR / John MATTATALL CAN
    3 Jessica MILLER / Ian MORAM CAN
    4 N. N. / N. N. GER
    5 Mari VARTMANN / Florian JUST GER
    6 Stacey KEMP / David KING GBR
    7 Laura MAGITTERI / Ondrej HOTAREK ITA
    8 Dominika PIATKOWSKA / Dmitri KHROMIN POL
    9 Yuko KAWAGUCHI / Alexander SMIRNOV RUS
    10 Arina USHAKOVA / Sergei KAREV RUS
    11 Angelika PYLKINA / Niklas HOGNER SWE
    12 Julia BELOGLAZOVA / Andrei BEKH UKR
    13 Brooke CASTILE / Benjamin OKOLSKI USA
    14 Chloe KATZ / Joseph LYNCH USA

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