You can take out Melissa Bulanhagui who is on the JGP. Michelle Boulos (8th at '07 Nats) and Taylor Firth (14th) are JGP age-eligible as well (I'm not counting Kahle, Taylor and Zukowski here because they've already had extensive JGP experience).in order of their finish order at US Nationals...
Danielle K , Katy T, Michelle B, Christine Z, Melissa B, Megan W.S., Taylor F (leaving out Rachael F..JGP, Juliana C...JGP and Megan O...SGP).
Erica Archambault was 11th, Danielle Kahle 12th, and Megan Oster 14th at 2006 Nationals (side note: Stephanie Rosenthal was 8th but didn't receive anything). Summer monitoring may play a significant role in who gets which Senior B (or JGP, if slots become available).How far down into Sr Ladies does USFS typically go to send a skater out to a Senior B event. IIRC, Erica A went last year to Finlandia without a finish in the top 10 the yr before at US Nationals.
Last edited by Sylvia; 06-08-2007 at 01:09 PM.
The German Fed has just updated the their homepage to add an event page for Nebelhorn Trophy 2007:
Pre-lim Timetabel, Announcement and Entry form are now available
There is something I've been wondering about these B Level events. Do the records count as ISU approved? Let's say a girl has the skate of her life and breaks the magic 200.00 barrier. Does the record count?
The Finnish Figure Skating Association is pleased to announce the 2007 FINLANDIA TROPHY International Senior Competition in Figure Skating for Ladies, Men and Pairs.
The official homepage is available at:
Please notet that Preliminary entries are due by July 30, 2007 and final entries by August 31, 2007
all forms and the announcement can be found here: