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    US 2010 Junior Worlds Team

    Mens announced:

    Grant Hochstein
    Armin Mahbanoozadeh
    Ross Miner

    Alt 1: Keegan Messing
    Alt 2: Richard Dornbush
    Alt 3: Jason Brown (just won US junior title)

    Ross Miner had to withdraw from US Nationals this year due to ankle (?) injury. So depending on Ross' healing or not, Keegan may want to keep training hard for a bit longer!
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    Thank you! Have the pairs been announced as well?

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    Thank you for the information!

    Quote Originally Posted by bigsisjiejie View Post
    Ross Miner had to withdraw from US Nationals this year due to ankle (?) injury. So depending on Ross' healing or not, Keegan may want to keep training hard for a bit longer!
    Glad to hear Ross Miner goes to Jr. Wolds. I hope his strong recovery.

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    Am I alone in finding it odd that they released the men's Olympic, 4CCs, Worlds and World Junior entries but only the Olympic, 4CCs and Worlds team in pairs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_halifax View Post
    Am I alone in finding it odd that they released the men's Olympic, 4CCs, Worlds and World Junior entries but only the Olympic, 4CCs and Worlds team in pairs?
    There are very few junior-eligible pairs teams (for international competitions) in the US. They clearly want the results of the junior competition at US Nationals before they name the pairs entries for Junior Worlds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUKen View Post
    There are very few junior-eligible pairs teams (for international competitions) in the US. They clearly want the results of the junior competition at US Nationals before they name the pairs entries for Junior Worlds.
    Very good point! In my infinite wisdom, for some reason I thought Junior pairs were done and I was looking at the short program results and thinking they were final results... it's Monday.

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    For the Jr. Pairs, this is what i'd think it'd be
    1. Zhang/Toth
    2.Simpson/Miller
    3/Carman/Reiss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narumi1997 View Post
    For the Jr. Pairs, this is what i'd think it'd be
    1. Zhang/Toth
    2.Simpson/Miller
    3/Carman/Reiss
    I think this is likely to be the case, as there is no team skating seniors this year that is age-eligible, and only 4 (including these 3) skating junior. The question then is what to do about alternates--I suppose they will be looking into the novice ranks for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsisjiejie View Post
    I think this is likely to be the case, as there is no team skating seniors this year that is age-eligible, and only 4 (including these 3) skating junior. The question then is what to do about alternates--I suppose they will be looking into the novice ranks for that.
    Probably Cain/Reagan, Vollmer/Sidhu and Duarte/Grafton

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    USFS' Selection committee is not scheduled to meet again until Saturday, so that's why the Junior World pairs selections have not been announced yet.

    My guess is the same as Narumi1997's: the top 3 age-eligible finishers in Juniors (#1, 2 & 5) and ditto for the Novices (#1, 2 & 4 as the alternates).

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    I guess the ladies, pairs and dance teams will be announced early next week.

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    Here is the rest of the US team for Junior Worlds -- to be considered unofficial until confirmed by USFS (hopefully by later today):

    Ladies: Ashley Wagner (S3), Christina Gao (S5), Agnes Zawadzki (J1);
    Ladies alternates 1-3: Kiri Baga (J4), Lindsay Davis (J3), Melissa Bulanhagui (S12).

    Dance: Shibutani/Shibutani (J1), Tibbetts/Brubaker (J2), Gilles/Donohue (J3);
    Alternates 1-3: Cannuscio/Lorello (J4), Olson/Cowan (J5), Bonacorsi/Mager (J6).

    Pairs: Zhang/Toth (J1), Simpson/Miller (J2), Carman/Reiss (J5);
    Alternates: Cain/Reagan (N1), Vollmer/Sidhu (N2), Duarte/Grafton (N4).

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    ^^ Really??? I thought I read somewhere that Ashley was no longer age-eligible for Jr Worlds? I feel bad for her to have to go there a third time; but if it's confirmed I'll be really excited for myself because The Hague is one of the nearest possible location for the event to be at! Would I finally meet Ashley after all?

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    i seriously doubt they would put her on the team--ashley-- i mean-what is the age cut off--18 or 19--ashely isn't 19 only 18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairly4 View Post
    i seriously doubt they would put her on the team--ashley-- i mean-what is the age cut off--18 or 19--ashely isn't 19 only 18.
    Eligibility would be based on your age on July 1, 2009. If you are between 13 and 18 on that date, you can go to Junior Worlds.

    That means there may be some 19 year olds who can go provided they turn 19 after July 1, 2009.

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