2021 JGP Krasnoyarsk: General Info | Golden Skate

2021 JGP Krasnoyarsk: General Info

gsk8

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The fourth of seven events of the 2021-22 Junior Grand Prix series will take place in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, from Sep 15-18, 2021. The ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series consists of seven international junior invitational events during the fall culminating with the 2021-22 ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in December 2021.
 

Andrea82

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Feb 16, 2014
Entries are online

1 Alexander CHARNAGALOV AUT
2 Alexander LEBEDEV BLR
3 Wesley CHIU CAN
4 Mihhail SELEVKO EST
5 Denis GURDZHI GER
6 Chiu Hei CHEUNG HKG
7 Pratham TATED IND
8 Lev VINOKUR ISR
9 Andrei ANISIMOV RUS
10 Artem KOVALEV RUS
11 Gleb LUTFULLIN RUS
12 Egor RUKHIN RUS
13 Fedor ZONOV RUS
14 Georgii PAVLOV SUI
15 Andreas NORDEBACK SWE
16 Fang-Yi LIN TPE
17 Ali Efe GUNES TUR
18 Lucas BROUSSARD USA
19 Eric PROBER USA
20 Azizmurod SHABAZOV UZB


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1 Michelle DICICCO ARG
2 Dorotea LEITGEB AUT
3 Varvara KISEL BLR
4 Agata STARYKAVA BLR
5 Lia PEREIRA CAN
6 Elena KOMOVA GBR
7 Dora HUS GER
8 Chloe Desiree LEUNG HKG
9 Parrii SROHI IND
10 Viktoriia IUSHCHENKOVA ISR
11 Anna PEZZETTA ITA
12 Sofiia SHUBINA KGZ
13 Nikola FOMCENKOVA LAT
14 Alejandra OSUNA TIRADO MEX
15 Misheel OTGONBAATAR MGL
16 Dani LOONSTRA NED
17 Charmaine Skye CHUA PHI
18 Weronika FERLIN POL
19 Sofia AKATEVA RUS
20 Elizaveta KULIKOVA RUS
21 Daria SADKOVA RUS
22 Sofia SAMODELKINA RUS
23 Anastasia ZININA RUS
24 Anna LA PORTA SUI
25 Apiksana TANGSATAPORNPHAN THA
26 Maryn PIERCE USA
27 Kate WANG USA
28 Amaliya SULAYMONOVA UZB

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1 Anastasia GOLUBEVA / Hektor GIOTOPOULOS MOORE AUS
2 Ekaterina CHIKMAREVA / Matvei IANCHENKOV RUS
3 Natalia KHABIBULLINA / Ilya KNYAZHUK RUS
4 Ekaterina PETUSHKOVA / Evgenii MALIKOV RUS
5 Ekaterina STORUBLEVTCEVA / Artem GRITSAENKO RUS
6 Anastasiya SAZONOVA / Jamshid TASHMUKHAMEDOV UZB

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1 Nadiia BASHYNSKA / Peter BEAUMONT CAN
2 Emma GOODSTADT / Michael BARSOUM CAN
3 Angelina KUDRYAVTSEVA / Ilia KARANKEVICH CYP
4 Katerina MRAZKOVA / Daniel MRAZEK CZE
5 Celina FRADJI / Jean-Hans FOURNEAUX FRA
6 Dea KUPARADZE / Danila SAVELIEV GEO
7 Katica KEDVES / Fedor SHARONOV HUN
8 Giorgia GALIMBERTI / Matteo Libasse MANDELLI ITA
9 Hannah LIM / Ye QUAN KOR
10 Irina KHAVRONINA / Dario CIRISANO RUS
11 Sofia LEONTEVA / Daniil GORELKIN RUS
12 Olga MAMCHENKOVA / Mark VOLKOV RUS
13 Anna RUMAK / Gleb GONCHAROV RUS
14 Elizaveta SHICHINA / Gordey KHUBULOV RUS
15 Gina ZEHNDER / Beda Leon SIEBER SUI
16 Angela LING / Caleb WEIN USA
17 Leah NESET / Artem MARKELOV USA
 

chuckm

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Aug 31, 2003
Looking at the time and practice schedule, I won't be watching this competition. Every day, it starts at a time when I am either sound asleep or preparing to go to bed, and it ends mostly when I would just be getting up.
With packed Russian fields (5 men, women and dance and 4 pairs) there is zero suspense as to the medalists, so not worth messing with my sleep cycle.
 

lariko

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Jan 31, 2019
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Canada
I am surprised that Kaganovskaya and Angelopol are in S list, not main group. I still think Malinin will win, but I am happy to see Anisimov and Kovalev so soon!
 

lariko

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Jan 31, 2019
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Canada
Why Frolova and Kondratiuk haven't spot?

They move up to senior finally?
I think it’s more likely to have to do with who can get what visa where for the later stages. They are probably running with headaches there 24/7
 

el henry

Fangirl of men’s spirals and split jumps
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Lucas Broussard gets a second JGP slot:clap:

and Eric Prober gets a slot:)
 

surimi

Good luck in the new season, Sota!
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Nov 12, 2013
No Japanese skaters though... I wonder why? :scratch2:
 

chuckm

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Aug 31, 2003
No Japanese skaters though... I wonder why? :scratch2:
The Japanese fed said they would not participate in the first 4 events. They're better off waiting for SLO, POL and AUT anyway, as there will be no more than 2 Russian men and women at those events. SVK and RUS are surely not a 'level playing field'.
 

SnowWhite

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Canada
The Japanese fed said they would not participate in the first 4 events. They're better off waiting for SLO, POL and AUT anyway, as there will be no more than 2 Russian men and women at those events. SVK and RUS are surely not a 'level playing field'.
The entries for Slovenia are already out, with no Japanese juniors entered.
 

Mariiiiskate

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Feb 19, 2021
After Levito I wouldn't assume there isn't anyone able to challenge Russian girls as well.. ;)
Yep, there is Mia Kalin has a 4T (and 4S she hasn't tried it in comps yet) and she is quite consistent with 4T now. Varvara Kisel who trans with Buyanova has a 4T and 3A tho she couldn't land the 4T last season and 3A was very unstable. Anastasia Shabotova who trains under Panova has a 3A and it looks very stable from the ig stories they have posted. So yeah there is a challenge for the Russian girls and lets look at the moscow championships as an example we saw there that quads were not ready for everyone just yet and ice is slippery.
 

Azikin

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Jan 12, 2018
Yep, there is Mia Kalin has a 4T (and 4S she hasn't tried it in comps yet) and she is quite consistent with 4T now. Varvara Kisel who trans with Buyanova has a 4T and 3A tho she couldn't land the 4T last season and 3A was very unstable. Anastasia Shabotova who trains under Panova has a 3A and it looks very stable from the ig stories they have posted. So yeah there is a challenge for the Russian girls and lets look at the moscow championships as an example we saw there that quads were not ready for everyone just yet and ice is slippery.
Interesting. I've never seen Mia Kalin but I'm looking forward to see if someone can actually put Russian girls under some pressure. ;) But Shabotova has been quite a disappointment since she changed countries, we will see, I'd be glad if she returned to the previous form, if she's able to land 3A, it could get interesting..
 
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