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2021 JGP Kosice: General Info

SnowWhite

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Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
For some reason I thought d'Al/W were originally going to be in Courchevel. They must be kicking themselves. Still, I think they are very strong. Fingers crossed.
Makita/Gunara were always scheduled for the first two events.
 

LadyB

Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 7, 2016
Russia got more spots due to the inability to participate in France.
Men: Vladislav Dikidzhi, Aleksandr Golubev, Kirill Sarnovskiy, Ilya Yablokov
Women: Sofia Muravieva, Adeliia Petrosian, Mariia Zakharova, Veronika Zhilina
Pairs: Akhanteva/Kolesov, Kostiukovich/Briukhanov, Mukhortova/Evgenyev
Ice Dance: Kaganovskaia/Angelopol, Mamchenkova/Volkov, Svistunova/Studenikin, Tyutyunina/Shustitskiy
And I'm super happy about it!!! Welcome back, my beloved Team Russia :party2:❤️💙
Particularly looking forward to Akhanteva/Kolesov. :clap:
 
Joined
Jul 30, 2012
Country
Russia
ISU JGP Kosice 2021
Junior Men in order of Personal Best.
* means non-ISU best, only if no ISU best.

No. Name Nation Score
1 Aleksandr GOLUBEV RUS 236.58*
2 Kirill SARNOVSKIY RUS 225.02*
3 Andrei ANISIMOV RUS 213.66*
4 Ilya YABLOKOV RUS 213.40
5 Younghyun CHA KOR 199.12
6 Georgii RESHTENKO CZE 183.61
7 Corey CIRCELLI CAN 182.15
8 Naoki ROSSI SUI 179.07*
9 Aleksandr VLASENKO HUN 176.53*
10 William ANNIS USA 167.54
WD Semen DANILIANTS ARM 166.48*
11 Jaekeun LEE KOR 163,31*
12 Makar SUNTSEV FIN 162.58
13 Oliver PRAETORIUS SWE 153.71
14 Lukas VACLAVIK SVK 153.19*
15 Adam HAGARA SVK 151.95*
WD Emanuele INDELICATO ITA 147.91*
16 Dias JIRENBAYEV KAZ 146.93
17 Louis WEISSERT GER 134.63
18 Marko PILIAR SVK 133.04
19 Jegor MARTSENKO EST 132.59*
20 Kyrylo LISHENKO UKR 110.61
21 Filip KAIMAKCHIEV BUL 108.04*
22 Seldin SALIU MKD 90.52*
23 Dillon JUDGE IRL 81.45*(novice)
 
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Joined
Jul 30, 2012
Country
Russia
ISU JGP Kosice 2021
Junior Women in order of Personal Best.
* means non-ISU best, only if no ISU best.

No. Name Nation Score
1 Adeliia PETROSIAN RUS 211.87*
2 Sofia MURAVIEVA RUS 208.13*
3 Mariia ZAKHAROVA RUS 198.60*
4 Veronika ZHILINA RUS 197.45*
5 Mia KALIN USA 195.50*
6 Chaeyeon KIM KOR 191.46
7 Kimmy REPOND SUI 183.69*
WD Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 179.59
WD Maria LEVUSHKINA BUL 161.26
8 Ava Marie ZIEGLER USA 160.77*
9 Nargiz SUELEYMANOVA GER 146.03
10 Anastasiia SHABOTOVA UKR 144.85
11 Olivia LISKO FIN 142.99*
12 Ellen SLAVICKOVA CZE 137.14*
13 Lorine SCHILD FRA 132.46
14 Laura SZCZESNA POL 127.25*
15 Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 126.77
16 Ema DOBOSZOVA SVK 115.43
17 Vanesa SELMEKOVA SVK 112.75
18 Josefin BROVALL SWE 110.50*
19 Justine MICLETTE CAN 110.38*(novice)
20 Anna-Flora Colmor JEPSEN DEN 106.99*
21 Vivien PAPP HUN 105.26*(novice)
22 Julia VAN DIJK NED 103.21*(novice)
23 Danica DJORDJEVIC SRB 99.90*
24 Mia Caroline RISA GOMEZ NOR 96.37
25 Bagdana RAKHISHOVA KAZ 84.53*
26 Sophia TKACHEVA IRL 83.87*
27 Elen GHAZARYAN ARM 34.57(int.novice)
 
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Joined
Jul 30, 2012
Country
Russia
ISU JGP Kosice 2021
Junior Pairs in order of Personal Best.
* means non-ISU best, only if no ISU best.

No. Name Nation Score
1 Anastasia MUKHORTOVA / Dmitry EVGENYEV RUS 188.77*
2 Polina KOSTIUKOVICH / Aleksei BRIUKHANOV RUS 187.33*
3 Kseniia AKHANTEVA / Valerii KOLESOV RUS 185.05
4 Violetta SIEROVA / Ivan KHOBTA UKR 161.50*
5 Barbora KUCIANOVA / Lukas VOCHOZKA CZE 112.33*
6 Federica SIMIOLI / Alessandro ZARBO ITA 100.80*
7 Margareta MUSKOVA / Oliver KUBACAK SVK 97.10*

- Meghan FREDETTE / William ST-LOUIS CAN -
- Oxana VOUILLAMOZ / Flavien GINIAUX FRA -
- Karina SAFINA / Luka BERULAVA GEO -
- Alyssa MONTAN / Filippo CLERICI ITA -
 

anonymoose_au

Insert weird opinion here
Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 22, 2014
Country
Australia
I was going to say I am SO HERE for my personal fave Kirill S! But I'm not sure the time zones will work out.

Fingers crossed I'll be able to catch some of it though!
 

Azikin

Medalist
Joined
Jan 12, 2018
12 Anastasiia SHABOTOVA UKR 144.85
Hmm, she's so much better than this and I hope she will show it. But apparently after changing countries it's very difficult to stay in top form due to many circumstances..
 
Joined
Mar 21, 2018
Country
Norway
Does anybody know when they update the planned program content? After the draw maybe?

Also i´m starting to get a little nervous about Mia Risa Gomez. She is still on the entries list, but neither she, the club or the Federation has said a word yet if she arrived safely and cleared to compete. I just realized Norway is listed as an orange country and Mia is most likely not fully vaccinated, if she is lucky she just got the first shot, because the have only started vaccinate 15 years old. If i´m not mistaken I think it means she has to test before departure, and another additional test at arrival, and be quarantined until the results are ready. Or are they giving exceptions for athletes? Maybe i´m just overthinking and she is arriving late. But practice starts today so I would think she would be there by now.

Have the Russians arrived and cleared to go? Do they have to test upon arrival or are they most likely fully vaccinated so there are no problem?
 
Joined
Jul 30, 2012
Country
Russia
ISU JGP Kosice 2021
Junior Dance in order of Personal Best.
* means non-ISU best, only if no ISU best.

No. Name Nation Score
1 Vasilisa KAGANOVSKAIA / Valeriy ANGELOPOL RUS 171.38*
2 Margarita SVISTUNOVA / Dmitrii STUDENIKIN RUS 163.52*
3 Ekaterina RYBAKOVA / Ivan MAKHNONOSOV RUS 163.31*
4 Sofya TYUTYUNINA / Alexander SHUSTITSKIY RUS 159.15
5 Natalie D'ALESSANDRO / Bruce WADDELL CAN 152.76
6 Katerina MRAZKOVA / Daniel MRAZEK CZE 140.93
7 Mariia PINCHUK / Mykyta POGORIELOV UKR 139.77*
8 Angelina KUDRYAVTSEVA / Ilia KARANKEVICH CYP 127.97
9 Nicole CALDERARI / Marco CILLI ITA 120.55
10 Karla Maria KARL / Kai HOFERICHTER GER 114.79*

- Chloe NGUYEN / Alec ROUECHE CAN -
- Daniela IVANITSKIY / David GOLDSHTEYN FIN -
- Lila-Maya SECLET MONCHOT / Martin CHARDAIN FRA -
- Sophia BUSHELL / Alex LAPSKY GBR -
- Yulia LEBEDEVA-BITADZE / Dmitri PARKHOMENKO GEO -
 

*~RussianBleux~*

Final Flight
Joined
Oct 23, 2005
Why did Italy wd from both Mens and Ladies but they are still in pairs and dance? Seems like an issue with the individual skaters and just a coincidence that they both wd? I hope Lara Naki is ok. I was looking forward to seeing her.
 

anonymoose_au

Insert weird opinion here
Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 22, 2014
Country
Australia
Great news for me! The Boys will be on at a fabulous time for me ☺️ 7:30pm tonight and 10:35pm tomorrow (Friday) night.

I'll totally miss out on the Girls though, which is a shame. :(
 

CaroLiza_fan

EZETTIE LATUASV IVAKMHA
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Joined
Oct 25, 2012
Country
Northern-Ireland
i think it's understandable, with the new italian GP and being Lara the national champion she will be among the 3 italian entries for sure

Ah good, they're doing it again!!! :cheer: :clap: :rock: :party2: :points: :hb:

I thought the FISG were only doing their own GP series last season because the skaters were not getting much competitive action due to the pandemic. And so I expected that, since this season looks like it is going to be more normal, it would not be run again. Which would have been a shame, because I thought it was a great idea!

So, I am delighted that they have seen the benefits, and are doing it again.

Do you know when it starts? And if Leccardi will be taking part?

Maybe I am reading too much into things (who, me?), but I am concerned there have been no skating photos on Elisabetta's Instagram since February (and that was on a frozen lake. There have been no photos of her on rink ice since November! :eek: ). And I am worrying that all the injury issues she has had in recent years have led her to call it a day. As you know, I'm a big fan of her's, and would really miss her if she did retire. So, anything that may offer hope, and I'll take it!

By the way, I am afraid that I will not be playing the Predictions Contest this round after all. Things ran badly behind schedule yesterday, so instead of watching the Free Dance from Courchevel (II) this morning like I intended, I'm actually watching the Men's FS. I should get the boys finished in time for today's action starting. But, I'll not have time to do predictions as well.

So, we'll have to wait until the Lombardia to cross swords.

CaroLiza_fan
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
Ah good, they're doing it again!!! :cheer: :clap: :rock: :party2: :points: :hb:

I thought the FISG were only doing their own GP series last season because the skaters were not getting much competitive action due to the pandemic. And so I expected that, since this season looks like it is going to be more normal, it would not be run again. Which would have been a shame, because I thought it was a great idea!

So, I am delighted that they have seen the benefits, and are doing it again.

Do you know when it starts? And if Leccardi will be taking part?

CaroLiza_fan
This isn't a reference to Italy doing their own GP series - they are hosting the GP that China was supposed host but could not on the ISU series, and there is speculation that they will be adding skaters a their host picks.
 

CaroLiza_fan

EZETTIE LATUASV IVAKMHA
Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 25, 2012
Country
Northern-Ireland
This isn't a reference to Italy doing their own GP series - they are hosting the GP that China was supposed host but could not on the ISU series, and there is speculation that they will be adding skaters a their host picks.

Oh, I never heard that.

Is this definite? The last announcement I heard from the ISU was that the Cup Of China had been cancelled, but that they were looking for an alternative venue. And the discussion in the thread seemed to indicate that Finland or Korea were the favourites to step in.

But, if Italy were to get it, I'm sure they would do a great job. The Lombardia Trophy and Merano Cup are always great competitions. And I always look forward to them.

And Italy holding a GP would be a dream come true for me. I have long believed that the Senior GP series should be expanded to 8 events, with 2 in Western Europe and 2 in Eastern Europe. And for the Western European GP's, I was proposing that the 2 GP's could rotate between France, Germany and Italy!

So, if we are now going to Italy, this means that all three of these countries will have hosted a Senior GP! And we can properly judge if this could work.

Anyway, thank you for the clarification, and sorry for going off topic.

:thank:

CaroLiza_fan
 

Andrea82

Medalist
Joined
Feb 16, 2014
Oh, I never heard that.

Is this definite? The last announcement I heard from the ISU was that the Cup Of China had been cancelled, but that they were looking for an alternative venue. And the discussion in the thread seemed to indicate that Finland or Korea were the favourites to step in.

It is official that Italy (Turin) will host the third GP of the season instead of China.
It is not official if Italy would add their own host picks replacing Chinese previous host picks.
 
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