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    I am working on a VERY thorough list of projected and known entries for this event... if anyone can help me in two ways before I get it finished it would be greatly appreciated.

    1. Because of a lack of published Nationals results, etc. there are several countries I really have no clue who (if anyone) they will send in each discipline. Does anyone have any speculation or confirmed information about who will be sent by India, Kazahkstan, Mongolia, Korea, Singapore, Thailand or Uzbekistan?

    2. If you know of any 100% CONFIRMED entries by any country please post them here. My list will be up later today...
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    Confirmed entries:

    MEN

    AUS Mark Webster (Current silver medallist)
    AUS Matthew Precious (Current bronze medallist)
    AUS Nicholas Fernandez (4th place at Nationals)

    BRA Kevin Alves (Top ranked skater from his country)
    CAN Kevin Reynolds (current National bronze medallist)
    CAN Shawn Sawyer (4th place at Nationals)
    CAN Joey Russell (5th place at Nationals)

    CHN Wu Jialiang (4th place at nationals, 2 time former National champion, 2 time World and 4 time 4 Continents competitor)
    CHN Jinlin Guan (5th place at Nationals)
    CHN Nan Song (7th place at Nationals)

    HKO Hau Yin Lee
    HKO Hon Lam To (2009/2010 JGP experience)

    JPN Kento Makamura (7th place, Nationals)
    JPN Tatsuki Machida (4th place, Nationals)
    JPN Yasuharu Nanri (5th place, Nationals)

    KAZ Denis Ten (top mens skater from this country)
    KAZ Azbal Rakhimgaliev (presumable second ranked skater from this country)
    KOR Min-Seok Kim (former and current national champion)
    KOR Min-Seok Seo
    MEX Humberto Contreras (Current national champion)
    MEX Luis Hernandez (Current silver medallist)

    NZL Cameron Hems (Current national champion)
    TPE Stephen Li-Chung Kuo (Current national champion)
    TPE Wun-Chang Shih (competed at the 4CC last season)
    TPE Charles Shou-San Pao (last season's national champion)

    USA Ryan Bradley (4th place at Nationals)
    USA Adam Rippon (5th place at Nationals)
    USA Brandon Mroz (6th place at Nationals)


    LADIES

    AUS Cheltzie Lee (Current national champion)
    AUS Phoebe Di Tommaso (Current 4th place at nationals, 3rd highest ranking AUS senior at nationals)

    BRA Alessia Baldo (currently active 2009/2010 internationally)
    BRA Elene Rodrigues (first skater from her country to compete at the World Junior Championships, in 2008)
    BRA Simone Pastusiak
    CAN Myriam Samson (current national bronze medallist)
    CAN Diane Szmiett (current 4th place at Nationals)
    CAN Amelie Lacoste (current 5th place at Nationals)
    CHN Yan Liu (Current national champion)
    CHN Binshu Xu (14th place at Nationals, lots of international experience)
    HKO Tanami Ono (competed 2009 Worlds, current National champion)
    HKO Tiffany Packard Yu (current National silver medallist)
    HKO Tze Ching Li
    JPN Mao Asada (Current national champion)
    JPN Akiko Suzuki (Current silver medallist)
    JPN Haruko Imai (6th place at Nationals)

    MEX Ana Cecilia Cantu (Current national champion)
    MEX Mary Jo Reyes (Current silver medallist)
    MEX Priscila Alavez (Current junior champion)
    PHI Mericien Venzon (Current national champion, represented The Philippines at the 2009/2010 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    PHI Lauren Ko (Current silver medallist)
    PHI Gracielle Jeanne Tan (Current bronze medallist, former National champion)
    KOR Min-Jung Kwak (senior National silver medallist)
    KOR Chae-Hwa Kim (4th place, Nationals)
    KOR Na-Young Kim (5th place, Nationals)

    SIN Sarah Paw Si Ying (active internationally 2009/2010)
    SAF Abigail Pietersen (Current national champion, exceeded required score at Nationals of 78.30 so pretty much a lock)
    SAF Lejeanne Marais (Current silver medallist, exceeded required score at Nationals of 78.30 so pretty much a lock)
    THA Charissa Tansomboon (represented Thailand as its only senior lady competing internationally for the last two years at 4CCs and Worls, presumably back again during this season?)
    THA Sandra Khopon (Current silver medallist at Nationals)
    THA Taryn Jurgensen (Current bronze medallist at Nationals)
    TPE Melinda Wang (Current national champion)
    TPE Chaochih Liu (did not compete in Senior ladies at the Chinese Taipei Nationals but DID represent the country at the 2009/2010 Nebelhorn Trophy and placed in the top 20)
    TPE Crystal Kiang (twice a competitor at the 4CCs)
    USA Amanda Dobbs (6th place at Nationals)
    USA Alexe Gilles (9th place at Nationals)
    USA Caroline Zhang (11th place at Nationals)
    UZB Anastasia Gimazetdinova (top ranked skater from this country)


    PAIRS

    CAN Meagan Duhamel and Craig Buntin (current National bronze medallists)
    CAN Mylene Brodeur and John Mattatall (current 4th place at Nationals)
    CAN Kristen Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch (current 5th place at Nationals)
    CHN Dan Zhang and Hao Zhang (2006 Olympic medallists, one of China's top three pairs teams, participation confirmed in an article)
    CHN Huibo Dong and Yiming Wu (Current silver medallists)
    CHN Yue Zhang and Lei Wang (Current bronze medallists)

    JPN Narumi Takahashi and Mervin Tran (Current national champions)
    TPE Amanda Sunyoto-Yang and Darryll Sulindro-Yang (Last year's national champions, did not compete this year at Nationals but at 2009/2010 Nebelhorn Trophy)
    USA Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker (5th place at Nationals, former National champions)
    USA Caitlin Yankowskas and John Coughlin (6th place at Nationals)
    USA Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir (10th place at Nationals)


    ICE DANCE

    AUS Danielle O'Brien and Gregory Merriman (Current national champions)
    AUS Maria Borounov and Evgeni Borounov (Current silver medallists at Nationals)

    CAN Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (Current bronze medallists at Nationals)
    CAN Kharis Ralph and Asher Hill (4th place at Nationals)
    CAN Allie-Hann McCurdy and Michael Coreno (5th place at Nationals)
    CHN Xiaoyang Yu and Chen Wang (Current national champions)
    CHN Xintong Huang and Xun Zheng (Current silver medallists)
    CHN Xueting Guan and Meng Wang
    MEX Corenne Bruhns and Andrew Lavrik

    USA Madison Chock and Greg Zuerlein (5th place at Nationals)
    USA Madison Hubbell and Keiffer Hubbell (6th place at Nationals)
    USA Jane Summersett and Todd Gilles (7th place at Nationals)
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    Nice job

    Some more info :

    Yan Han, Sui Wenjing / Han Cong, Li Zijun, Zhu Qiuying are too young to participate at 4CC.
    Prilepko and Lau too.

    I've read that Hirai/Mizutani are not sending. Only Reed/Reed will compete for Japan in ice dance.

    Some results of Philippines Nat's are here : [url]http://pagesperso-orange.fr/planetepatinage/competitions/2009_2010/championnat_philippines10.htm[/url]
    Venzon, Ko and Tan are the women top3.

    Singapore and Malaysia have traditionnaly their championship in the second part of the season.

    And for North Korea, I really doubt that they will send skaters to the South...

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    Thank you for the list. Great job.

    New Zealand will send only Alexandra Rout & Cameron Hems.
    [url]http://www.nzisa.com/news/Communication%20044.pdf[/url]

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    Thank you both for your assistance! I will make edits accordingly

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    Are the Japanese mens, pairs and dance entries confirmed by the Japanese federation or just the ladies? I've heard the same list of entries for all 4 disciplines from several people, just wondering if it is for sure or not...

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    For South Korean ladies, they will be Kwak Min-Jung, Kim Chae-Hwa, and Kim Na-Young.

    Does anyone know why Daisuke Takahashi and Takahiko Kozuka are not competing in the 4cc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoPC2018 View Post
    For South Korean ladies, they will be Kwak Min-Jung, Kim Chae-Hwa, and Kim Na-Young.

    Does anyone know why Daisuke Takahashi and Takahiko Kozuka are not competing in the 4cc?
    Thank you for the info! Do you know what men, pairs and dance teams South Korea is sending? Here is an article confirming Kozuka's withdrawal:

    [url]http://home.kyodo.co.jp/modules/fstStory/index.php?storyid=477977[/url]

    No reason is given but I would be inclined to assume that Takahashi and Kozuka are both avoiding the event so they have more time to prepare themselves for Vancouver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_halifax View Post
    Thank you for the info! Do you know what men, pairs and dance teams South Korea is sending?
    For the men, it will be Kim Min-Suk alone.
    They are not sending pairs or dance teams since they don't have any.

    Everything I said is the most-like, but no confirmation yet. Only one alternative will be Yuna Kim replacing one of the ladies, but I know it will not going to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n_halifax View Post
    Are the Japanese mens, pairs and dance entries confirmed by the Japanese federation or just the ladies? I've heard the same list of entries for all 4 disciplines from several people, just wondering if it is for sure or not...
    Nice job, halifax!

    Since the application deadline is today (5th), we would likely have a concrete roster by this weekend.

    As for the Japanese ladies, we're talking that Akiko would probably withdraw because she's been competing every month since August (NZ Trophy, Japanese regionals, CoC, SC, GPF and Nationals) she needs a break before the Olys.
    Akiko's replacement candidates would be Fumie, Ayumi Gotoh (still 17 and the dark horse at the Nationals- 2nd in the Senior Ladies in both regionals AND Western division), Nana Takeda.
    Fumie might be considering to retire from competitions, so the qualifier may be Ayumi.
    I personally wish Nana could go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayamae_55 View Post
    Nice job, halifax!

    Since the application deadline is today (5th), we would likely have a concrete roster by this weekend.

    As for the Japanese ladies, we're talking that Akiko would probably withdraw because she's been competing every month since August (NZ Trophy, Japanese regionals, CoC, SC, GPF and Nationals) she needs a break before the Olys.
    Akiko's replacement candidates would be Fumie, Ayumi Gotoh (still 17 and the dark horse at the Nationals- 2nd in the Senior Ladies in both regionals AND Western division), Nana Takeda.
    Fumie might be considering to retire from competitions, so the qualifier may be Ayumi.
    I personally wish Nana could go...
    Thank you honey! I am still working on both this list and the one I have started for Junior Worlds and hopefully should have some more information for that list tomorrow at some point. I'd love to see Akiko participate but if she was to withdraw I would personally prefer to see Fumie take the spot - she may be having some issues with consistency this season but she is still a great competitor.

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    Japanese Entries Announced by JSF

    JSF announced entries for the Japanese skaters today.
    [url]http://skatingjapan.or.jp/whatsnew/detail.php?id=101[/url]

    halifax, all the names for the Japanese skaters in your current list is confirmed as is.
    I see a trivial typo in the Mens list:
    Last name of Kento is Nakamura.

    Wow, so Akiko is going after all...what an amazing stammina. I just cross my fingers that she would peak at the Olys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayamae_55 View Post
    JSF announced entries for the Japanese skaters today.
    [url]http://skatingjapan.or.jp/whatsnew/detail.php?id=101[/url]

    halifax, all the names for the Japanese skaters in your current list is confirmed as is.
    I see a trivial typo in the Mens list:
    Last name of Kento is Nakamura.

    Wow, so Akiko is going after all...what an amazing stammina. I just cross my fingers that she would peak at the Olys.
    Thanks so much for this information! I have updated the list to reflect these changes...

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    Yukari Nakano decides to withdraw the 4CC due to the injury. Haruka Imai will go instead.

    I really hope Yukari's strong comeback at Worlds.

    [url]http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20100113-00000083-mai-spo[/url]
    ( sorry, in Japanese only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Glory View Post
    Yukari Nakano decides to withdraw the 4CC due to the injury. Haruka Imai will go instead.

    I really hope Yukari's strong comeback at Worlds.

    [url]http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20100113-00000083-mai-spo[/url]
    ( sorry, in Japanese only)
    I saw this article on web too, and was quite surprised ... though she placed 6th at the Nationals I thought Haruka wouldn't fall into the criteria JSF announced back in June because she's been competing in the Junior GPS and also in the Junior Nationals, just like Kanako who placed 5th.

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