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2006-07 Junior Grand Prix Final: Ice Dance Highlights

USA’s Madison Hubbell and Keiffer Hubbell and Emily Samuelson and Evan Bates won the gold and silver, respectively, while Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev of Russian won bronze. Teammates Kristina Gorshkova and Vitali Butikov were fourth.

Compulsory Dance (CD)

The Compulsory Dance drawn for the World Championships was the Midnight Blues, the newest of the Compulsory Dances. It was invented by Roy Bradshaw, Sue Bradshaw, Mark Bradshaw, and Julie MacDonald and…

2006-07 Junior Grand Prix Final: Pairs Highlights

USA’s Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker edged out Ksenia Krasilnikova and Konstantin Bezmaternikh of Russia to win the gold, while teammates Jessica Rose Paetsch and Jon Nuss took the bronze. Kendra Moyle and Andy Seitz were fourth.

Short Program

Performing to music from the Somewhere in Time soundtrack, McLaughlin and Brubaker began with a very good level four lift, followed by side-by-side double Axels, a double twist, and a somewhat labored…

2006-07 Junior Grand Prix Final: Ladies Highlights

The ISU Junior Grand Prix Final of Figure Skating was held December 8-10 in Sofia, Bulgaria at the Winter Sports Hall. Approximately 48 skaters from 7 different countries competed for prize monies totaling $105,000 US Dollars. This was the tenth Junior Grand Prix Final competition held since it’s inception during the 1996-97 season.

Comprised of eight qualifying events, the Junior Grand Prix series began with the first competition in

2006-07 Junior Grand Prix Final: Men’s Highlights

USA’s Stephen Carriere dominated the men’s event to win the gold, while teammate Brandon Mroz rose from fifth place to capture the silver. Kevin Reynolds of Canada catapulted from seventh place after the short to win the bronze.

Short Program

The US men dominated the short program, finishing first through fifth place – three of which scored less than two-tenths of a point from each other.

Carriere landed a solid double Axel…