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    Belgium will be sending skaters in all four disciplines - the criteria is their result at Junior Nationals. Does anyone know when Canada will actually announce their entries?

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    Updated the list with the U.S. entries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_halifax View Post
    Belgium will be sending skaters in all four disciplines - the criteria is their result at Junior Nationals. Does anyone know when Canada will actually announce their entries?
    In all 4 disciplines? Never heard about a belgian pair (ice dancers yes but they weren't at Belgian Nats), but it would be a great new

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_halifax View Post
    Updated the list with the U.S. entries.
    What, Ashley is going to Junior Worlds??

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    Quote Originally Posted by i love to skate View Post
    As for Canada, I expect to see a couple of our skaters who skated Senior at the event. I hope Ralph and Hill will be there, Kate Charbonneau will probably go again for ladies. How many spots are there for ladies? If we have more than one, I wonder if Rylie McCulloch-Casarsa will be sent instead of the junior champion. She really garnered a lot of interest this past week! Hole and Johnson will most likely go for pairs.
    Kate did not go to junior worlds last year. Diane Szmiett went last year.

    Canada has only 1 ladies spot available and Diane is still eligible.

    Personally I see Diane getting the ticket even though IMO Kate is a better long term prospect. Diane's skating is generic but she has the jumps Kate lacks at this moment.

    It will be DIane or Kate who is going, nobody else will be considered.
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    I can't believe the US is sending Ashley, AGAIN! I'm sorry, but that's a joke. Hope Gao does well.

    I hope Kate Charbonneau goes from Canada; she's really talented and did well in the JGP.

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    I'm glad Ashley at least has a major world competition coming up. She took herself out of 4CC so this was the only option.

    Canada should send Diane. She crushed Kate at nationals and Canada needs to try and get more international spots before they can start trying to be nice and spread their event slots around.

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    Austria is not going to send Miriam Ziegler since she was at Europeans and is going to the Olympics. They´ll send the Junior Champion Viktoria Huebler and the alternate is Belinda Schoenberger.

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    The Austrian entries are confirmed:

    Ice Dance:
    Sonja Pauli/Tobias Eisenbauer
    Pairs:
    Stina Martini/ Severin Kiefer
    Ladies:
    Victoria Hübler
    Men:
    Mario-Rafael Ionian

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicFairy View Post
    The Austrian entries are confirmed:

    Ice Dance:
    Sonja Pauli/Tobias Eisenbauer
    Pairs:
    Stina Martini/ Severin Kiefer
    Ladies:
    Victoria Hübler
    Men:
    Mario-Rafael Ionian
    Thank you for posting these! I will update the list with these entries right now..

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    Why doesnt Canada send Ralph/Hill (Ice Dance) to JR worlds? Have they aged out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystichaze View Post
    Why doesnt Canada send Ralph/Hill (Ice Dance) to JR worlds? Have they aged out?
    Skate Canada has not officially announced the World Junior team yet but I am sure that Ralph/Hill is going.

    Not only can they go to JW this season but they can next year as well.

    Most likely the other teams to be selected are Routhier/Saucke-Lacelle and Paul/Islam.

    I am 99.9% sure this will be the Canadian dance teams for JW.

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    ^Thanks for the clarification! I think that they have had a pretty great season so far on the JGP circuit and I hope they do well this week at Four Continents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadster View Post
    Most likely the other teams to be selected are Routhier/Saucke-Lacelle and Paul/Islam.
    Routhier/Saucke-Lacelle are no longer skating together.She's listed on ice partner search.

    As for Germany, Bavarian open finished yesterday and it's not confirmed yet, but based on the criteria. Daniel Dotzauer will go in men and Julia Pfrengle & Isabel Drescher will go in ladies.

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    Thank you to all of you for all of the information... I have updated the list with newest information.

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