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    Entries for 2014 Tallinn Cup

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    http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2014/jgpsladies.htm

    1 Kailani CRAINE AUS
    2 Lara ROTH AUT
    3 Larkyn AUSTMAN CAN
    4 Roxanne COURNOYER CAN
    5 Xiaowen GUO CHN
    6 Malen ANDERSEN DEN
    7 Diana REINSALU EST
    8 Kristina SHKULETA-GROMOVA EST
    9 Alicia TSINGISSER EST
    10 Liubov EFIMENKO FIN
    11 Marina POPOV FRA
    12 Lana BAGEN GBR
    13 Nicole SCHOTT GER
    14 Isabella SCHUSTER-VELISSARIOU GRE
    15 Rin NITAYA JPN
    16 Yuka NAGAI JPN
    17 Regina GLAZMAN KAZ
    18 Na Hyun KIM KOR
    19 Angelina KUCHVALSKA LAT
    20 Juni Marie BENJAMINSEN NOR
    21 Frances Clare UNTALAN PHI
    22 Ada WAWRZYK POL
    23 Serafima SAKHANOVICH RUS
    24 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS
    25 Matilde GIANOCCA SUI
    26 Bronislava DOBIASOVA SVK
    27 Matilda ALGOTSSON SWE
    28 Alina BELETSKAYA UKR
    29 Leah KEISER USA

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    http://www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent00051553.htm

    MEN
    1 Slavik HAYRAPETYAN ARM
    2 James MIN AUS
    3 Larry LOUPOLOVER AZE
    4 Pavel IGNATENKO BLR
    5 Edrian Paul CELESTINO CAN
    6 Bennet TOMAN CAN
    7 He ZHANG CHN
    8 Meng Ju LEE TPE
    9 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE
    10 Daniel TSION DEN
    11 Samuel KOPPEL EST
    12 Aleksandr SELEVKO EST
    13 Daniil ZURAV EST
    14 Roman GALAY FIN
    15 Daniel Albert NAURITS FRA
    16 Hugh BRABYN-JONES GBR
    17 Sota YAMAMOTO JPN
    18 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT
    19 Arturas GANZELA LTU
    20 Sondre ODDVOLL BOE NOR
    21 Krzysztof GALA POL
    22 Alexander PETROV RUS
    23 Vladimir SAMOILOV RUS
    24 Jakub KRSNAK SVK
    25 Nicky OBREYKOV SWE
    26 Vincent CUEREL SUI
    27 Ivan PAVLOV UKR
    28 Chase BELMONTES USA
    29 Shotaro OMORI USA

    LADIES
    1 Tania MARGARIDO AND
    2 Anastasia GALUSTYAN ARM
    3 Kailani CRAINE AUS
    4 Lara ROTH AUT
    5 Emy DECELLES CAN
    6 Kim DECELLES CAN
    7 Xiaowen GUO CHN
    8 Malen ANDERSEN DEN
    9 Diana REINSALU EST
    10 Kristina SHKULETA-GROMOVA EST
    11 Alicia TSINGISSER EST
    12 Liubov EFIMENKO FIN
    13 Alizee CROZET FRA
    14 Nicole SCHOTT GER
    15 Lana BAGEN GBR
    16 Isabella SCHUSTER-VELISSARIOU GRE
    17 Agnes Dis BRYNJARSDOTTIR ISL
    18 Yuka NAGAI JPN
    19 Rin NITAYA JPN
    20 Regina GLAZMAN KAZ
    21 Angelina KUCHVALSKA LAT
    22 Deimante KIZALAITE LTU
    23 Juni Marie BENJAMINSEN NOR
    24 Frances Clare UNTALAN PHI
    25 Ada WAWRZYK POL
    26 Na Hyun KIM KOR
    27 Serafima SAKHANOVICH RUS
    28 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS
    29 Bronislava DOBIASOVA SVK
    30 Matilda ALGOTSSON SWE
    31 Matilde GIANOCCA SUI
    32 Alina BELETSKAYA UKR
    33 Leah KEISER USA

    PAIRS
    1 Eliza SMYTH / Jordan DODDS AUS
    2 Mary ORR / Phelan SIMPSON CAN
    3 Shalena RAU / Sebastian ARCIERI CAN
    4 Anna DUSKOVA / Martin BIDAR CZE
    5 Bianca MANACORDA / Niccolo MACII ITA
    6 Ami KOGA / Francis BOUDREAU AUDET JPN
    7 Anastasia GUBANOVA / Alexei SINTSOV RUS
    8 Anastasia KHOLKINA / Vladimir ARHIPOV RUS
    9 Maria VIGALOVA / Egor ZAKROEV RUS
    10 Renata OGANSEIAN / Mark BARDEI UKR
    11 Olivia ALLAN / Austin HALE USA
    12 Jessica LEE / Robert HENNINGS USA

    ICE DANCE
    1 Kristsina KAUNATSKAIA / Yan LUKOUSKI BLR
    2 Mackenzie BENT / Garrett MACKEEN CAN
    3 Audrey CROTEAU-VILLENEUVE / Jeff HOUGH CAN
    4 Linshu SONG / Yu LIU CHN
    5 Katerina KONICKOVA / Matej LANG CZE
    6 Katerina BUNINA / Andrei SOKOLOV EST
    7 Marina ELIAS / Denis KORELINE EST
    8 Viktoria SEMENJUK / Artur GRUZDEV EST
    9 Sarah Marine ROUFFANCHE / Geoffrey BRISSAUD FRA
    10 Lilah FEAR / Jacob PAYNE GBR
    11 Carolina MOSCHENI / Adam LUKACS HUN
    12 Jekaterina MAKEJEVA / Aivaras STRAVINSKAS LTU
    13 Natalia LEWANDOWSKA / Radoslaw BARSZCZAK POL
    14 Alla LOBODA / Pavel DROZD RUS
    15 Anna YANOVSKAYA / Sergey MOZGOV RUS
    16 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN UKR
    17 Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA
    18 Holly MOORE / Daniel KLABER USA

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    This is going to be a tough event for non-Russians. Russia is sending the very best skaters it has, probably partly because junior worlds will be in Tallinn next year. Will be fun to watch!

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    As much as it stinks for the US to only get to send one Ladies' skater per event, props to Canada for using all the spots it rightfully earned and giving a bunch of skaters the chance to compete internationally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemistry66 View Post
    As much as it stinks for the US to only get to send one Ladies' skater per event, props to Canada for using all the spots it rightfully earned and giving a bunch of skaters the chance to compete internationally!
    Really only 1?? I thought it would be 2 in a couple of JGPs, 1 for the rest. There were also some countries like Korea which did well at junior worlds and I thought they wouldn't have enough skaters for their JGP spots, and this way for example the US would get one of those. But apparently there are enough Korean juniors. And also Kazakhstan!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figureskaterr View Post
    Really only 1?? I thought it would be 2 in a couple of JGPs, 1 for the rest. There were also some countries like Korea which did well at junior worlds and I thought they wouldn't have enough skaters for their JGP spots, and this way for example the US would get one of those. But apparently there are enough Korean juniors. And also Kazakhstan!?
    By virtue of Junior Worlds placements, RUS/JPN/CAN get 2 per event, KOR/USA/KAZ get 1 per event (Turzynbaeva of KAZ finished 11th, but everyone above her was from the other 5 countries). RUS and JPN obviously have plenty of skaters for their spots, CAN is (rightfully) using its' spots. KOR might not have enough for 2 per event but definitely has enough for 1 per event.

    Technically, KOR/USA/KAZ (in that order) could earn extra spots if any of the "1 skater in 6 events" teams (GER/FIN/FRA/UKR) don't use their spots, but I wouldn't think that'd be likely (and KOR gets first go at the spots anyway, so the US has an even less likelihood.)

    It stinks because the US ladies usually do well enough to earn max allowable spots, but had an off year (were in the 2-spots-per range after the SP, but trouble in the FS caused them to slip out of range.

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    I sort of think it's a blessing in disguise (and the launch of the isu challenger series). It's forced some of the ladies to move up. If we had more spots I wouldn't have been surprised of Mariah Bell or Hannah Miller stayed junior internationally one more year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemistry66 View Post
    By virtue of Junior Worlds placements, RUS/JPN/CAN get 2 per event, KOR/USA/KAZ get 1 per event (Turzynbaeva of KAZ finished 11th, but everyone above her was from the other 5 countries). RUS and JPN obviously have plenty of skaters for their spots, CAN is (rightfully) using its' spots. KOR might not have enough for 2 per event but definitely has enough for 1 per event.

    Technically, KOR/USA/KAZ (in that order) could earn extra spots if any of the "1 skater in 6 events" teams (GER/FIN/FRA/UKR) don't use their spots, but I wouldn't think that'd be likely (and KOR gets first go at the spots anyway, so the US has an even less likelihood.)

    It stinks because the US ladies usually do well enough to earn max allowable spots, but had an off year (were in the 2-spots-per range after the SP, but trouble in the FS caused them to slip out of range.
    Thank you for your explanation! I had misunderstood how the system works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    I sort of think it's a blessing in disguise (and the launch of the isu challenger series). It's forced some of the ladies to move up. If we had more spots I wouldn't have been surprised of Mariah Bell or Hannah Miller stayed junior internationally one more year.
    I agree with this. It gladdens me that we're sending more skaters to Senior Bs, and giving 'true juniors' a shot at the JGP.

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    http://fsrussia.ru/news/258-sostav-u...v-estonii.html
    Entries of Team Russia (official info from Federation):
    Junior Men Alexander PETROV, Vladimir SAMOILOV
    Junior Ladies Alsu KAIUMOVA, Maria SOTSKOVA
    Junior Pairs Kamilla GAINETDINOVA / Sergei ALEXEEV, Anastasia GUBANOVA / Alexei SINTSOV, Maria VIGALOVA / Egor ZAKROEV
    Junior Ice Dance Anastasia SHPILEVAYA / Grigory SMIRNOV, Anna YANOVSKAYA / Sergey MOZGOV

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