Didn't see a thread yet, but here are some details (note that Icenetwork is offering live results for the first time at regionals ):
South Atlantics ~ Oct. 9-13, Rockville, MD - Live Results on Icenetwork
Southwesterns ~ Oct. 9-13, Grapevine, TX - Live Results on Icenetwork
Northwest Pacifics ~ Oct. 9-12, Medford, OR - Live Results on Icenetwork
Central Pacifics ~ Oct. 16-20, Salt Lake City, UT
Eastern Great Lakes ~ Oct. 16-20, Carmel, IN
North Atlantics ~ Oct. 16-20, Hackensack, NJ
New England ~ Oct. 22-26, Burlington, VT
Southwest Pacifics ~ Oct. 23-27, Scottsdale, AZ
Upper Great Lakes ~ Oct. 23-27, Hoffman Estates, IL
Claps for Agnes Zawadzki for scoring a HUGE 60.83 for her SP at SW regionals
At the rink. Again.
That score is higher than any on the JGP circuit this year, I believe, and if it isn't, it's the second highest! Holy Cow! Go Agnes!!
Nearly a point higher than Kanako's score at JGP Croatia!
Originally Posted by mskater93
Poor Lauren Dinh!
6th place finisher at the Novice at Nationals and now she finishes 10h at regionals and has no chance of going to Ntnls
It was reported that Lauren Dinh injured her landing ankle right before her Novice free skate but she decided to skate through the pain and try to qualify through Southwestern Regionals. It's always sad when injury or illness strikes a skater who is expected to qualify. Dinh is just 13 years old, and I hope she will take heart in all the good things she has accomplished this season -- adding 3F to both programs, skating really well at the Liberty Summer Competition this past July without any coaches by the boards to win both the Liberty Novice SP (43.06) and FS (76.58) Finals -- and will come back strong next season!
I'm keeping track of all the Regional qualifiers, plus skaters with byes to Sectionals, at: http://unseenskaters.blogspot.com/20...ls-juv-sr.html
(3 Regionals down and 6 to go!)
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