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    After Nepela and Finlandia

    Finlandia
    Virtue & Moir Canada Canada Olympic Slot
    Chock & Bates USA
    Plutowska & Gerber Poland
    Tobias & Stagniunas Luthania Lithuania Olympic Slot
    Lindholm & Kanervo Finland
    Stork & Rand Estonia
    Koch & Nuchtern Germany
    Elsener & Roost Switzerland
    Karmi & Lindholm Finland
    Torn & Partanen Finland
    Nepela
    Coomes & Buckland Great Britain Great Britain Olympic slot
    Guignard & Fabbri Italy Guignard/Fabbri 2nd Olympic Slot
    Kolbe & Caruso Germany Kolbe & Caruso German Olympic Slot
    Testa & Csolley Slovakia
    Zhiganshina & Gazsi Germany Zhiganshina/Gazsi German Olympic slot
    Aldridge & Eaton USA
    Kubova & Novak Czech Republic
    Turoczi & Major Hungary
    Puchkash & Guerreiro Russia
    Mysciveckova & Brown Czech Republic
    Frolenkova & Nikiforov Ukraine
    Jones & Sharp Great Britain
    Karovkova & Zhunussov Ukraine
    Campbell & Sedon New Zealand

    From 2013 World’s
    • 3 Olympic entries
    - Canada - Virtue/Moir (2) + Weaver/Poje (5) = 7
    - Russia - Bobrova/Soloviev (3) + Ilinykh/Katsalapov (9) = 12
    - United States - Davis/White (1) + Chock/Bates (7) = 8
    • 2 Olympic entries
    - France - Pechalat/Bourzat (6) + Carron/Jones (12) = 18
    - Italy - Cappellini/Lanotte (4) + Guignard/Fabbri (16*) = 20
    - Germany - Zhiganshina/Gazsi (10) = 10
    • 1 Olympic entry
    - Azerbaijan - Zlobina/Sitnikov (16)
    - Great Britain - Coomes/Buckland (13)
    - Lithuania - Tobias/Stagniunas (15)
    - Ukraine - Heekin-Canedy/Dun (14)
    • 1 Olympic entry (after Nebelhorn)
    - Australia
    - China
    - Japan
    - Spain
    - Turkey

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    Turbo Mom, thanks for the breakdown.

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    I think that Tobias/Stagniunas' attendance at the Olympics is dependent on her getting Lithuanian citizenship, which is by no means certain. If she doesn't get it, either Lithuania puts up another team that has met the minimum SD and FD TES requirements, or the slot goes back to the ISU and reassigned to the next country on the qualification list after Nebelhorn, which I think is Slovakia. I wasn't aware that Kolbe/Caruso were guaranteed the second German slot or that Guignard/Fabbri were getting the second Italian slot.

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    Just speculating. Its early and many of these programs are still being worked on. When will the slots for Italy and Germany get decided?

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    Hi! I'm a longtime lurker and finally decided to post. The information provided by Turbo-Mom is interesting but I'm not sure what it illustrates. Also wondering why SLC Senior B was not included. Please enlighten and thanks a bunch!

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    Felicia, Welcome to Golden Skate!

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    my apologies - I wasn't sure if the SLC Classic affected any of these teams

    • 2 Olympic entries
    - France - Pechalat/Bourzat (6) + Carron/Jones (12) = 18
    - Italy - Cappellini/Lanotte (4) + Guignard/Fabbri (16*) = 20
    - Germany - Zhiganshina/Gazsi (10) = 10 not sure about 2nd team
    • 1 Olympic entry
    - Azerbaijan - Zlobina/Sitnikov (16)
    - Great Britain - Coomes/Buckland (13)
    - Lithuania - Tobias/Stagniunas (15)
    - Ukraine - Heekin-Canedy/Dun (14)
    • 1 Olympic entry (after Nebelhorn)
    - Australia Obrien & Merriman
    - China Huang & Zheng
    - Japan Reed & Reed
    - Spain Hurtado & Diaz
    - Turkey Agafonova & Ucar
    just speculation on my part - but pretty exciting for some of these teams.

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    I'm confused by the message/point being made by this thread. Seems like a lot of good work compiling and organizing, but please accept my apologies, I'm lost as to the "point"?

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