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    Lists of participants JGP Riga Cup 2013


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    Men
    1 Brendan KERRY AUS
    2 Pavel IGNATENKO BLR
    3 Luiz MANELLA BRA
    4 Ivo GATOVSKI BUL
    5 Roman SADOVSKY CAN
    6 Boyang JIN CHN
    7 Zijing TENG CHN
    8 Samuel KOPPEL EST
    9 Juho PIRINEN FIN
    10 Simon HOCQUAUX FRA
    11 Armen AGAIAN GEO
    12 Adrien BANNISTER ITA
    13 Shoma UNO JPN
    14 Sota YAMAMOTO JPN
    15 Glebs BASINS LAT
    16 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT
    17 Arturas GANZELA LTU
    18 Sondre ODDVOLL BOE NOR
    19 Michael Christian MARTINEZ PHI
    20 Krzysztof GALA POL
    21 Men KOR TBA KOR
    22 Daniel PATRICHE ROU
    23 Adian PITKEEV RUS
    24 Vladislav TARASENKO RUS
    25 Giray SENOL TUR
    26 Igor REZNICHENKO UKR
    27 Jimmy MA USA
    28 Jordan MOELLER USA

    Ladies
    1 Maria Cristina MARTINEZ DE HARO AND
    2 Taylor DEAN AUS
    3 Kristina Isabel YNTEMA AUT
    4 Kristina ZAKHARANKA BLR
    5 Anna AFONKINA BUL
    6 Alaine CHARTRAND CAN
    7 Xiangning LI CHN
    8 Pernille SORENSEN DEN
    9 Eike LANGERBAUR EST
    10 Liubov EFIMENKO FIN
    11 Laurine LECAVELIER FRA
    12 Lutricia BOCK GER
    13 Yura MATSUDA JPN
    14 Yuka NAGAI JPN
    15 Alina FJODOROVA LAT
    16 Angelina KUCHVALSKA LAT
    17 Karina RUTLAUKA LAT
    18 Inga JANULEVICIUTE LTU
    19 Niki WORIES NED
    20 Lady KOR TBA KOR
    21 Julia SAUTER ROU
    22 Evgenia MEDVEDEVA RUS
    23 Serafima SAKHANOVICH RUS
    24 Pina UMEK SLO
    25 Melisa Sema ATIK TUR
    26 Maria GAVRILOVA UKR
    27 Yasmin SIRAJ USA
    28 Angela WANG USA

    Pairs
    1 Dylan CONWAY / Dustin SHERRIFF-CLAYTON CAN
    2 Mary ORR / Phelan SIMPSON CAN
    3 Xiaoyu YU / Yang JIN CHN
    4 Mingyang ZHANG / Zhong XIE CHN
    5 Marin ONO / Hon Lam TO HKG
    6 Ekaterina PRIBYLOVA / Jegors Nikita ADMIRALOVS LAT
    7 Arina CHERNIVSKAIA / Antonino SOUZA-KORDYERU RUS
    8 Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV RUS
    9 Maria VIGALOVA / Egor ZAKROEV RUS
    10 Christina ZAITSEV / Ernie Utah STEVENS

    Ice Dance
    1 Kristsina KAUNATSKAIA / Yan LUKOUSKI BLR
    2 Mackenzie BENT / Garrett MACKEEN CAN
    3 Estelle ELIZABETH / Romain LE GAC FRA
    4 Peroline OJARDIAS / Pierre SOUQUET FRA
    5 Florence CLARKE / Tim DIECK GER
    6 Kathrin H?USER / Sevan LERCHE GER
    7 Reka STAUDT / Mate STAUDT HUN
    8 Sara GHISLANDI / Giona Terzo ORTENZI ITA
    9 Olga JAKUSHINA / Aleksandrs GRISHINS LAT
    10 Jekaterina MAKEJEVA / Aivaras STRAVINSKAS LTU
    11 Kristina BAKLANOVA / Andrei BAGIN RUS
    12 Eva KHACHATURIAN / Igor EREMENKO RUS
    13 Daria KOROTITSKAIA / Maksim SPODIREV UKR
    14 Lorraine MCNAMARA / Quinn CARPENTER USA
    15 Elliana POGREBINSKY / Ross GUDIS USA

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    22 Evgenia MEDVEDEVA RUS
    23 Serafima SAKHANOVICH RUS
    Substitutes - Ogoreltseva, Sotskova.

    Medvedeva, Sakhanovich, Sotskova - best of Russian Ladies who don't have GP Events.
    If skate good - close to Radionova. If skate not so good - close to best of Pogorilaya past season.

    What a nonsense - to give leaders the same Event. If different Events - all of them pretend to gold. If the same Event - they beat for one gold medal.

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    Canada has named only Chartrand for the Riga JGP, which means Japan gets an extra lady. Skate Canada is shooting themselves in the foot by not using the spots it has been allotted. The Japanese ladies are quite competitive, so why give the one Canadian lady an additional tough competitor?

    The US is sending only one pairs team, and Canada is sending only two, when they are allowed three teams. However, the junior teams from these two countries aren't all that competitive.

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    Yu/Jin in the JGP... Again?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Canada has named only Chartrand for the Riga JGP, which means Japan gets an extra lady. Skate Canada is shooting themselves in the foot by not using the spots it has been allotted. The Japanese ladies are quite competitive, so why give the one Canadian lady an additional tough competitor?
    Does Canada have enough Junior Ladies to fill all the spots?
    Gabrielle Daleman
    Alaine Chartrand
    Julianne Séguin
    Larkyn Austman
    Who else?

    (Veronik Mallet was born Jun 11, 1994, she is not age eligible).

    Btw, Canadian criteria for JGP http://www.skatecanada.ca/Portals/2/...riteria-EN.pdf
    Ladies:
    Short – Triple/triple combo, triple loop from steps
    Free - Five triples (preference to four different triples)
    International scores of previous season not less than 125.
    Skate Canada reserves the right to not fill all open entry spots. Only those skaters meeting the established criteria or who have placed in the top 4 at their first Junior Grand Prix event will be considered for an assignment

    Japanese girls are not so competitive.
    Yuka NAGAI - 135.80 personal best
    Yura MATSUDA - 123.05 (at Triglav Trophy-2013 in SP she URed all three triples).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Yu/Jin in the JGP... Again?!
    probably by Federation politics

    excited to see Sakhanovich, Wang and Medvedeva compete

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Canada has named only Chartrand for the Riga JGP, which means Japan gets an extra lady. Skate Canada is shooting themselves in the foot by not using the spots it has been allotted. The Japanese ladies are quite competitive, so why give the one Canadian lady an additional tough competitor?

    The US is sending only one pairs team, and Canada is sending only two, when they are allowed three teams. However, the junior teams from these two countries aren't all that competitive.
    The US doesn't have that many JGP eligible pairs teams in the ISP though, and there's 5 events that include pairs this year. Therefore, 15 spots total and all I see in the ISP is Zaitsev/Stevens, Liu/Perini, Aaron/Settlage (barely, he was born on July 1st, 1992 and makes it by a day!), Budd/Cheban (Cheban barely makes it as well, 7/3/92), and Takai/Johnson, and Dai/Fishman. That's 6 teams, at 2 events each would be 12 slots needed total.

    I wouldn't be surprised if they dono't give each team two slots, but they don't need to use all 15 available to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FSGMT View Post
    Yu/Jin in the JGP... Again?!
    Seriously?

    The ladies competition looks very strong with Sakhanovich, Medvedeva, and Wang all having 3+3s, a potential spoiler in Chartrand, and Siraj and Nagai having good artistry (IMO)

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    Jimmy Ma, who looked very good at US Nationals, did not look good at all at Juniors at Liberty in July. His SP was pretty much a disaster and the LP not much better. In the SP, even his spins were dreadful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by invisiblespiral View Post
    Seriously?

    The ladies competition looks very strong with Sakhanovich, Medvedeva, and Wang all having 3+3s, a potential spoiler in Chartrand, and Siraj and Nagai having good artistry (IMO)
    Yes-I would be surprised if it's not Serafima, Evgenia and Angela on the podium, though spoilers are welcome.

    JGP for ladies are so competitive this year, though well-maybe not for JGP Mexico.

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    In dance, BENT / MACKEEN (CAN) and McNAMARA / CARPENTER (USA) look strong.

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    Daria KOROTITSKAIA / Maksim SPODIREV UKR were pretty good last year; I wonder how much they have improved? Pogrebinsky/Gudis did not totally impress at LPIDC, sad to say.

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    The list has been updated:

    Na-Hyun KIM for Korean ladies, Jin-Seo KIM for Korean men.

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