For France it's :
Men : Morgan Cipres (remplaçant : Romain Ponsart)
Ladies : Léna Marrocco (remplaçant : Yretha Silete)
Danse : Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron, Geraldine Bott/Neil Brown (remplacants : Sofia Gassoumi/Arnaud Pasztory, Tiffany Zahorski/Alexis Miart)
infos from :
Last edited by patinage_adulte; 02-04-2010 at 01:55 PM.
German entries are now confirmed:
ladies - Julia Pfrengle & Isabell Drescher
men - Daniel Dotzauer
pairs - Juliana Gurdzhi & Alexander Voller
ice dance - Stefanie Frohberg & Tim Giesen
men - Stephane Walker
subs. Laurent Alvarez
Last edited by Ivana; 02-04-2010 at 02:01 PM.
Reason: *adding more information
Mexico's confirmed entries for Junior Worlds will be:
Ladies: Priscila Alavez
No Men, Pairs or Ice Dance.
Men: Boyito Mulder
Women: Manouk Gijsman
Former figure skater and HUGE figure skating fan.
Thanks to all - have updated with confirmed entries from Holland, Mexico, Germany, France and Switzerland as well as confirmed entries from Great Britain.
Finnish team got just confirmed:
Ladies: Beata Papp (Cecilia Törn as substitute)
Men: Bela Papp (Viktor Zubik as substitute)
Ice Dance: Oksana Klimova - Sasha Palomäki (Olesia Karmi - Max Lindholm as substitute)
And yes, Bela and Beata are siblings.
and... World Peace!
according to his facebook fan page - Keegan Messing's going to Jr. Worlds as of a couple of days ago.
Slovak team is confirmed
ladies - Monika Simancikova & Karolina Sykorova (subs.Alexandra Kunova)
men - Jakub Strobl (subs. Peter Reitmayer)
ice dance - Nikola Visnova & Lukas Csolley
Entries are online:
No skaters in Pairs or Dance from Belgium
Priscila Alavez is not on the Entry list just as Alexandra Rout from NZL
Originally Posted by ateffa94
3 pairs for China? They finishes 8 and 11 last year, so it will be only 2 pairs...
Yay. The predicting can begin. I already miss Adam Rippon. But it's good that he's not coming because he is so a senior competitor right now. But that means I don't recognize anybody on the entries list. Except Denis Ten. I guess he could win here? Oh and I recognize Jorik from Belgium of course. And the three American guys. No idea who's a podium threat though (other than Ten). Why is Javier Fernandez only a substitute? I guess he'll be going to sr. Worlds right?
Originally Posted by MagicFairy
Ashley's competition will come from Murakami, Shelepen and Gao.
Last edited by Trewyn; 02-20-2010 at 10:12 AM.
Adam Rippon can't come back. He's already aged out.
Originally Posted by Trewyn
With Ross Miner out, the battle for the title will be among the two other Jr. Grand Prix medallists, Yazuru Hanyu (JPN), Nan Song (CHN) plus Denis Ten (KAZ). They are clearly the frontrunners based on previous results and scores.. Thinking about it it will be a full asian podium which would totally rock.
Potential spoilers : Artur Gachinski (RUS), Grant Hochstein (USA), Armin Mahbanoozadeh (USA) and Alexander Majorov (SWE).
I'd add also Artur Dmitriev to the potential spoilers in mens, after all he finished just a point behind Gachinski at Russian junior nationals.
In ladies also the other two russian's will be dangerous, I think that in this competition it's even possible that Wagner will not medal at all.
I can't wait for ice dance, Shibutani's, Monko/Khaliavin & Ilinykh/Katsapalov. It should be a great competition.