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    World Team Trophy Entries

    Rules and who can compete in WTT
    is it the Top 2 on SB skaters from a country ? or the ones who competed at Worlds

    Can Julia compete ? I recall Adelina competed after Junior Worlds also

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    Didn't Kovtun compete last year?

    So no, the skater did not have to compete at Worlds.

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    My guess is that it will be France, USA, Japan, Canada, Russia, and Italy. (Maybe China, not sure.)

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    Italy should be out, since we have 0 GP Men points and just 292 GP Ladies points, since Carolina didn't compete... :(

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    It's offical: Japan, USA, Canada, France, Russia and China are the six teams to compete at the World Team Trophy. Congratulaitons to them!
    http://www2.isu.org/vsite/vnavsite/p...0.html?id=1294

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    I believe the rule is that you HAVE TO compete at WTT if you are the top ranking skater/couple (two two for singles) AND you finish top 10 at Worlds. Otherwise everything is fair game.

    MEN:
    Canada: Both Patrick Chan (WR 1/WC 1) and Kevin Reynolds (WR 16 (next best)/WC 5) will be required to go
    Japan: Yuzuru Hanyu (WR 2/WC 4) and Daisuke Takahashi (WR 3/WC 6) will be required to go
    USA: Open field. Jeremy Abbott did not compete at Worlds and Ross Miner did not rank in the top 10, so the U.S. is free to pick whoever.
    France: Brian Joubert (WR 13 (2nd best for France)/WC 9) will be required to go. Florent Amodio will not since he did not rank in the top 10 at Worlds.
    Russia: Open field. Two two ranking guys were Gachniski and Menshov and neither competed at Worlds.
    China: Open field. Han Yan did not compete at Worlds and Nan Song did not place in the top 10.

    LADIES
    Canada: Kaetlyn Osmond (WR 32/WC 8) will have to compete. Amelie Lacoste is ranked 24 in WR, but was not at Worlds so not obliged to compete.
    Japan: Mao Asada ( WR 3/WC 3) will have to compete. Akiko Suzuki is the top ranking skater, but she did not place in the top 10 at Worlds.
    USA: Ashley Wagner (WR 5/WC 5) will have to compete. Alissa Czisny (WR 11) is out for the season, so the second spot is open.
    France: Open field. Neither of the France's top ranked skaters got top 10 at Worlds.
    Russia: Adelina Sotnikova (WR 9/WC 9) will have to compete; second spot is open as top ranking Leonova did not finish top 10 at Worlds.
    China: Zijun Li (WR 13/WC 7) will have to compete; second spot is open sine Kexin Zhang did not finish in the top 10 at Worlds.

    PAIRS
    Canada: Duhamel/Radford (WR 3/WC 3) will have to compete
    Japan: ???? They only have one pair really not sure if they will be ready for WTT.
    USA: Open. Denney/Coughlin were not at Worlds. Not sure who they would send.
    France: James/Cipres (WR 12/ WC 8) will have to compete
    Russia: Volosozhar/Trankov (WR 1/WC 1) will have to compete
    China: Pang/Tong (WR 5/WC 5) will have to compete

    DANCE:
    Canada: Virtue/Moir (WR 2/WC 2) will have to compete
    Japan: Open, but likely will be the Reeds.
    USA: Davis/White (WR 1 /WC 1) will have to compete
    France: Pechalat/Bourzat (WR 3/WC 6) will have to compete
    Russia: Bobrova/Soloviev (WR 4/WC 3) will have to compete
    China: Open.

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