Canadian Summer competitions, General
I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this thread, so if not perhaps the moderater could suggest a more appropriate forum.
Apparently skatingforums is shutting down in the next day or two. I had just posted some information there which summarized results from Canadian summer competitions, so I'll repost it here. (Since I am the original author of the posts, I assume I can do that, especially since the other forum will be inaccessible shortly).
In these posts I've listed the top ten junior skaters so far this season, comparing only by total scores at their best competition to date. Proviso: I realize that scores cannot be compared directly from competition to competition, because judges at different competitions may vary in how generous they are in their GOE or PCS marks. Nevertheless, I find this interesting, and some other people may also find this to be of interest.
Junior Men top 10 (out of 36 skaters listed)
1. Andrei Rogozine Best 180.21 (JGP France, JGP Japan)
Thornhill Summer Skate (senior) short 62.40; long 117.81
2. Samuel Morais Best 168.90 (JGP Austria, alternate to JGP Romania)
Quebec Summer Senior short 60.45; long 108.45
3. Liam Firus BC Best 162.18 (JGP Romania, alternate to JGP Japan)
BC Summer Skate (senior) short 50.83; (55.26 at Wild Rose) long 111.35
4. Shaquille Davis Best 149.02 (JGP Japan, Alternate for Austria and Romania)
Quebec Summer Senior short 56.51; long 92.51 (95.37 at Thornhill)
5. Charles Dion Best 139.35
Quebec Summer Senior short 47.24; long 92.11
6. Nam Nguyen Best 138.28 Not eligible for the JGP.
BC Summer Skate short program 42.62; free skate 95.66
7. Patrick Myzyk Best 137.90 Not sure if he is eligible anymore for JGP
Minto (senior) short 45.16 (48.96 at Thornhill); long 92.74
8. Samuel Angers Best 130.82
Quebec Summer short 45.24; long 85.58
9. Raphael Yacobi-Harris Best 130.57
Thornhill Summer Skate (senior) short 43.57; long 87.00
10. Michael Marinaro Best 127.00 Skating pairs on the JGP
Skate Detroit short 36.37; long 90.63
Junior women top 10 (out of 137! that I have listed)
1. Kate Charbonneau Best 135.11 (JGP Austria)
Skate Detroit (senior) short 50.86; long 82.70; total 133.56.
(Total score 135.11 at Minnesota State Championships, no breakdown by short and long program yet)
2. Rika Inoda Best 120.67
BC Summer Skate short 41.20; long 79.47
3. Alexandra Najarro Best 119.93 (JGP Romania, alternate for Austria)
Thornhill Summer Skate (senior) short 38.33; long 81.60; total 119.93
4. Kaetlyn Osmond Best 116.16 (alternate for JGP Japan)
BC Summer Skate short 41.98; long 74.18
5. Vanessa Grenier Best 115.79 (JGP France, alternate Romania, JGP Japan)
Quebec Summer (senior) short 37.94; long 77.85
JGP France short 37.09,
6. Jane Gray Best 114.93
Glencoe Club April competition short 39.32; long 75.61
Did not skate at Wild Rose or BC Summer Skate, although she was registered originally.
7. Eri Nishimura Best 107.98 (JGP Japan)
Thornhill Summer Skate short 34.41; long 73.57
8. Julianna Sagaria Best 107.32
Quebec Summer short 40.77; long 66.55
9. Morgan Jmaiff Best 106.82
BC Summer Skate short 38.83; long 67.99
10. Kimberly Moon-Chong Best 105.57
Thornhill Summer Skate short 37.32; long 68.25; Final long 66.05.
Here is the list for junior pairs (out of 16 pairs listed). Again I have only listed the results from the competition where the pair had their best total score:
1. Brittany Jones/Kurtis Gaskell Best 133.24 (JGP Austria)
Thornhill Summer Skate short 45.10; long 88.24
2 . Margaret Purdy/Michael Marinaro Best 126.53. (JGP Great Britain)
Skate Detroit (senior) short 42.99; long 83.54
3. Kristen Tikel/Ian Beharry Best 120.55 (JGP Austria)
Indy junior. short 44.61; long 75.94; total 120.55.
4. Taylor Steele/Rob Schultz Best 116.22 (Alternates to JGP Austria)
Thornhill Summer Skate (junior) short 40.54; long 75.68
5. Natasha Purich/Raymond Schultz Best 113.08
BC Summer Skate short 41.53; long 71.55
6. Alexandra Young/Matthew Young Best 101.28.
Liberty short 33.95; long 67.33
7. Shelena Rau/Phelan Simpson Best 100.70.
They competed at Spring Fling in junior, but I assume they are planning to stay novice for this year.
Indy (novice) short 32.54; long 68.16
8 . Aveline Pearson/Alexander Sheldrick Best 97.54
Indy junior short 33.81; long 63.73
9. Mary Orr/Anthony Furiano Best 96.67
They also competed at Spring Fling in junior, but I assume they are staying novice also.
Indy (novice) short 30.84; long 65.83
10. Catherine Balde/Maxime Deschamps Best 95.27.
Skate Detroit short 32.22; long 63.05
and Junior Dance (out of 27 dance teams listed)
1. Nicole Orford/Thomas Williams Best 114.51 (Alternates to JGP Austria, rumoured JPG Sheffield)
Lake Placid short dance 46.83; free dance 67.68
2. Victoria Hasegawa/Connor Hasegawa Best 108.83 (Alternates to JPG Japan)
Thornhill Summer Skate short dance 45.81; free dance 63.02
3 Edrea Khong/Edbert Khong Best 106.73 (Assigned to JGP Austria, alternates Romania)
Thornhill Summer Skate short dance 43.42; free dance 63.31
4. Kelly Oliveira/Jordan Hockley Best 106.62 (JGP Japan, Alternates to Romania)
Thornhill Summer Skate short dance 46.21; free 60.41; total 106.62
5 . Andreanne Poulin/Marc-Andre Servant Best 100.13 (Alternates to JGP Austria, alternates to JGP Japan)
Quebec Summer short dance 37.79; free dance 62.34
6. Abby Carswell/Andrew Doleman Best 98.56 (JGP Romania, alternates to JGP Japan)
Thornhill Summer Skate short dance 38.68; free dance 59.88; total 98.56
7. Jade Marrow/Allan Stoll Best 95.68
Minto short dance 41.73; free dance 53.95; total 95.68.
8. Laurence Fournier-Beaudry/Yoan Breton Best 95.67
Minto short dance 39.44; free dance 56.23; total 95.67
9 . Carolyn MacCuish/Tyler Morris Best 93.96 (JGP France)
Minto short dance 30.09 (40.01 at Thornhill); free dance 63.87
10. Marieve Cyr/Benjamin Brisebois Best 92.38
Minto short dance 40.06; free dance 52.32; total 92.38
Please let me know if there are math errors, or if you think I am missing a competition for which a competitor may have a higher overall score.
Wicked Yankee Girl
Thanks for posting this! It's very timely, just at the start of the JGP season.
Welcome, and post long and post often.
Happy to see you geoskate.
I also posted a lot at skatingforums under the Canadian section.
You will find that geoskate does a great job of tracking skaters' scores during the season especially noting season best scores for those who have never gone on skatingforums' Canadian section.
Last edited by nadster; 08-27-2010 at 10:59 PM.
Interesting you listed some novice scores here. I know that in Canadian competitions at least the novice PCS multipliers are different and lower than the junior/senior multipliers. It would have been nice to translate where these novice scores would have been in junior conditions ( not an exact science but a fun excercise) but you need the complete protocols to even attempt to do that decently.
Originally Posted by geoskate
I find the Canadian summer competitions do a pretty good job of publishing complete protocols unlike the American ones. Some sections in Canada take a little longer to publish the protocols but they do get published.
Jenna on FSU posted the entries for the Moran Memorial competition happening this weekend. It's of interest to Canadians because Daniela-Bella Favot is entered in that competition, in senior. Here the general link for the American Academy; you'll see the various links for Moran Memorial near the centre of the page, including the 'schedule by last name' in which Daniela-Bella is listed.
I was even wondering if she was still skating, because I hadn't seen her name in any summer competitions. It will be interesting to see how she does here, because she is one of the two alternates for the two JGP Japan spots (the other one being Kaetlyn Osmond). Vanessa Grenier is one of the two assigned skaters to JPG Japan, but with her less-than-perfect skate at JGP France, Skate Canada should be considering sending either Daniela-Bella Favot or Kaetlyn instead of Vanessa IMO. I personally would send Daniela-Bella (if she skates well at Moran), because in my opinion she was robbed of a JPG spot last season. Kaetlyn is a promising skater too, and would be worthy of the assignment, but she's young (14, I think), so she still has a few JGP seasons ahead of her.
Wicked Yankee Girl
I saw Daniela skate at Liberty in 2009, and enjoyed her feeling for her programs and the music very much! I hope she gets a JGP spot.
I haven't seen anything posted yet about three upcoming Canadian competitions.
Autumn Skate will take place September 16-19 in Ottawa. Entries are listed at this link. Probably the most notable entries are three of the senior men (Elladj Baldé, Kevin Reynolds and Jeremy Ten). It will be interesting to see if Kevin does in fact try two quads in the short program, and he has hinted he might.
The junior dance competition has 14 entries, so it should also be quite competitive, although the competition is missing the top junior Canadian teams.
Isabelle Henderson competition takes place September 24-26 in Hamilton, Ontario. The entries for this competition are at this link.
There are three entries here that will be skating on the senior Grand Prix. The most notable entry here is definitely the dance team of Crone/Poirier. Ralph/Hill are also entered, and the pair team of Moore-Towers/Moscovitch.
Finally, the Souvenir Georges-Éthier competition in Trois-Rivières, Quebec will take place September 29-October 3. The entries for this competition are at this link. Probably the most well-known entry here is Marc-André Craig.
They don't have a junior or senior dance competition (very surprising for a competition in Quebec), but perhaps they didn't want to compete with Autumn Skate in Ottawa two weeks earlier.
Originally Posted by geoskate
sandhufan put up a nice writeup on forums.isu.org. Really good comments about the senior mens with a couple other notes.
The results for this competition are up here.
Unfortunately no protocols though.
Last edited by nadster; 09-23-2010 at 10:28 AM.
Reason: add results link
The entries for the Octoberfest competition in Barrie for October 14 - 17 are now up.
Some highlights of entries.
Senior Men: Russell, Rogozine, Balde. Only 7 entries but a very good field for a fall competition.
Junior Dance is good too with the Khongs, Kelly Oliveira / Jordan Hockley and Carsewell/Doleman appearing. Only 6 entries here but a quality field.
Senior Dance: Paul/Islam will do their short dance here. They won't do the free though
It will indeed be interesting to see how Joey Russell fares against a red-hot Andrei Rogozine and against a rapidly recovering Eladj Baldé.
American readers may be interested in the fact that Chloe Katz/Joseph Lynch and Becky Bereswill/Trevor Young are entered in the senior pair competition.
On another topic, the entries for Sask Open (October 8-10) have been posted at http://www.skatecanadasaskatchewan.c...sk%20Skate.pdf
Wicked Yankee Girl
Octoberfest sounds like a great competition! I hope somebody from GS will attend and report!