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2022 CS IceChallenge Men's Free Skate

figureskatingandrainbows

It's Oka ShinnosuSLAY Season!
Record Breaker
Joined
Dec 8, 2020
Country
Olympic
Almost clean from Naoki... just a 1F but the rest of his program was very well-executed! He has made leaps and bounds since the beginning of the season. :giggle:
 

elektra blue

mother of skaters
Record Breaker
Joined
Jul 11, 2018
Country
Italy
is this still on? my baby won GP uk!!!! but i have another son in medal contention here...
 

yesterday

Record Breaker
Joined
Jul 8, 2022
Final Standings:


Current Overall Standing
Pl.NameNationPointsSPFS
1Liam KAPEIKIS
USA.GIF
USA
223.0212
2Andreas NORDEBACK
SWE.GIF
SWE
218.2524
3Nikita STAROSTIN
GER.GIF
GER
217.0443
4Tomas-Llorenc GUARINO SABATE
ESP.GIF
ESP
216.0535
5Francois PITOT
FRA.GIF
FRA
212.25151
6Davide LEWTON BRAIN
MON.GIF
MON
203.1657
7Naoki ROSSI
SUI.GIF
SUI
197.59611
8Nikolaj MAJOROV
SWE.GIF
SWE
197.5379
9Maurizio ZANDRON
AUT.GIF
AUT
197.3288
10Younghyun CHA
KOR.GIF
KOR
196.01146
11Raffaele Francesco ZICH
ITA.GIF
ITA
193.431010
12Luc MAIERHOFER
AUT.GIF
AUT
184.011212
13Landry le MAY
FRA.GIF
FRA
178.76914
14Nurullah SAHAKA
SUI.GIF
SUI
176.791115
15Pablo GARCIA
ESP.GIF
ESP
173.881713
16Edrian Paul CELESTINO
PHI.GIF
PHI
171.911317
17Ian VAUCLIN
FRA.GIF
FRA
164.921618
18William ANNIS
USA.GIF
USA
162.392116
19Euken ALBERDI
ESP.GIF
ESP
146.151920
20David SEDEJ
SLO.GIF
SLO
142.952319
21Charles Henry KATANOVIC
CRO.GIF
CRO
141.662221
22Mozes Jozsef BEREI
HUN.GIF
HUN
138.931822
23Louis WEISSERT
GER.GIF
GER
130.312023
Segment Result Details
Pl. NameNationTSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
COPRSKDed.
-
StN.
1​
Francois PITOTFRA
153.20​
81.77​
71.43​
7.10​
7.05​
7.30​
0.00​
#9​
2​
Liam KAPEIKISUSA
146.56​
73.80​
72.76​
7.35​
7.10​
7.40​
0.00​
#23​
3​
Nikita STAROSTINGER
145.08​
74.65​
71.43​
7.20​
7.15​
7.10​
1.00​
#20​
4​
Andreas NORDEBACKSWE
143.01​
70.42​
72.59​
7.30​
7.10​
7.40​
0.00​
#22​
5​
Tomas-Llorenc GUARINO SABATEESP
141.86​
68.77​
73.09​
7.25​
7.40​
7.30​
0.00​
#21​
6​
Younghyun CHAKOR
136.74​
70.31​
66.43​
6.75​
6.40​
6.80​
0.00​
#10​
7​
Davide LEWTON BRAINMON
132.85​
58.93​
73.92​
7.40​
7.40​
7.40​
0.00​
#19​
8​
Maurizio ZANDRONAUT
132.07​
63.64​
68.43​
6.90​
7.00​
6.65​
0.00​
#16​
9​
Nikolaj MAJOROVSWE
131.81​
60.88​
70.93​
7.00​
7.00​
7.30​
0.00​
#17​
10​
Raffaele Francesco ZICHITA
131.53​
62.44​
70.09​
7.00​
7.25​
6.80​
1.00​
#14​
11​
Naoki ROSSISUI
128.57​
59.13​
69.44​
7.05​
6.90​
6.90​
0.00​
#18​
12​
Luc MAIERHOFERAUT
122.67​
57.73​
65.94​
6.60​
6.60​
6.60​
1.00​
#12​
13​
Pablo GARCIAESP
117.66​
58.89​
59.77​
6.10​
5.95​
5.90​
1.00​
#7​
14​
Landry le MAYFRA
115.78​
52.01​
65.77​
6.50​
6.55​
6.70​
2.00​
#15​
15​
Nurullah SAHAKASUI
115.19​
49.26​
66.93​
6.80​
6.55​
6.75​
1.00​
#13​
16​
William ANNISUSA
113.76​
50.66​
65.10​
6.55​
6.20​
6.80​
2.00​
#3​
17​
Edrian Paul CELESTINOPHI
111.89​
47.28​
65.61​
6.45​
6.50​
6.75​
1.00​
#11​
18​
Ian VAUCLINFRA
108.38​
52.44​
59.94​
5.95​
5.90​
6.15​
4.00​
#8​
19​
David SEDEJSLO
98.27​
49.48​
48.79​
4.90​
4.70​
5.05​
0.00​
#1​
20​
Euken ALBERDIESP
96.14​
44.36​
52.78​
5.25​
5.10​
5.50​
1.00​
#5​
21​
Charles Henry KATANOVICCRO
93.74​
42.79​
50.95​
5.00​
4.95​
5.35​
0.00​
#2​
22​
Mozes Jozsef BEREIHUN
84.32​
34.20​
50.12​
5.05​
4.85​
5.15​
0.00​
#6​
23​
Louis WEISSERTGER
81.59​
32.98​
50.61​
5.10​
5.00​
5.10​
2.00​
#4​
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Final Standings:


Current Overall Standing
Pl.NameNationPointsSPFS
1Liam KAPEIKIS
USA.GIF
USA
223.0212
2Andreas NORDEBACK
SWE.GIF
SWE
218.2524
3Nikita STAROSTIN
GER.GIF
GER
217.0443
4Tomas-Llorenc GUARINO SABATE
ESP.GIF
ESP
216.0535
5Francois PITOT
FRA.GIF
FRA
212.25151
6Davide LEWTON BRAIN
MON.GIF
MON
203.1657
7Naoki ROSSI
SUI.GIF
SUI
197.59611
8Nikolaj MAJOROV
SWE.GIF
SWE
197.5379
9Maurizio ZANDRON
AUT.GIF
AUT
197.3288
10Younghyun CHA
KOR.GIF
KOR
196.01146
11Raffaele Francesco ZICH
ITA.GIF
ITA
193.431010
12Luc MAIERHOFER
AUT.GIF
AUT
184.011212
13Landry le MAY
FRA.GIF
FRA
178.76914
14Nurullah SAHAKA
SUI.GIF
SUI
176.791115
15Pablo GARCIA
ESP.GIF
ESP
173.881713
16Edrian Paul CELESTINO
PHI.GIF
PHI
171.911317
17Ian VAUCLIN
FRA.GIF
FRA
164.921618
18William ANNIS
USA.GIF
USA
162.392116
19Euken ALBERDI
ESP.GIF
ESP
146.151920
20David SEDEJ
SLO.GIF
SLO
142.952319
21Charles Henry KATANOVIC
CRO.GIF
CRO
141.662221
22Mozes Jozsef BEREI
HUN.GIF
HUN
138.931822
23Louis WEISSERT
GER.GIF
GER
130.312023
Segment Result Details
Pl. NameNationTSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
COPRSKDed.
-
StN.
1​
Francois PITOTFRA
153.20​
81.77​
71.43​
7.10​
7.05​
7.30​
0.00​
#9​
2​
Liam KAPEIKISUSA
146.56​
73.80​
72.76​
7.35​
7.10​
7.40​
0.00​
#23​
3​
Nikita STAROSTINGER
145.08​
74.65​
71.43​
7.20​
7.15​
7.10​
1.00​
#20​
4​
Andreas NORDEBACKSWE
143.01​
70.42​
72.59​
7.30​
7.10​
7.40​
0.00​
#22​
5​
Tomas-Llorenc GUARINO SABATEESP
141.86​
68.77​
73.09​
7.25​
7.40​
7.30​
0.00​
#21​
6​
Younghyun CHAKOR
136.74​
70.31​
66.43​
6.75​
6.40​
6.80​
0.00​
#10​
7​
Davide LEWTON BRAINMON
132.85​
58.93​
73.92​
7.40​
7.40​
7.40​
0.00​
#19​
8​
Maurizio ZANDRONAUT
132.07​
63.64​
68.43​
6.90​
7.00​
6.65​
0.00​
#16​
9​
Nikolaj MAJOROVSWE
131.81​
60.88​
70.93​
7.00​
7.00​
7.30​
0.00​
#17​
10​
Raffaele Francesco ZICHITA
131.53​
62.44​
70.09​
7.00​
7.25​
6.80​
1.00​
#14​
11​
Naoki ROSSISUI
128.57​
59.13​
69.44​
7.05​
6.90​
6.90​
0.00​
#18​
12​
Luc MAIERHOFERAUT
122.67​
57.73​
65.94​
6.60​
6.60​
6.60​
1.00​
#12​
13​
Pablo GARCIAESP
117.66​
58.89​
59.77​
6.10​
5.95​
5.90​
1.00​
#7​
14​
Landry le MAYFRA
115.78​
52.01​
65.77​
6.50​
6.55​
6.70​
2.00​
#15​
15​
Nurullah SAHAKASUI
115.19​
49.26​
66.93​
6.80​
6.55​
6.75​
1.00​
#13​
16​
William ANNISUSA
113.76​
50.66​
65.10​
6.55​
6.20​
6.80​
2.00​
#3​
17​
Edrian Paul CELESTINOPHI
111.89​
47.28​
65.61​
6.45​
6.50​
6.75​
1.00​
#11​
18​
Ian VAUCLINFRA
108.38​
52.44​
59.94​
5.95​
5.90​
6.15​
4.00​
#8​
19​
David SEDEJSLO
98.27​
49.48​
48.79​
4.90​
4.70​
5.05​
0.00​
#1​
20​
Euken ALBERDIESP
96.14​
44.36​
52.78​
5.25​
5.10​
5.50​
1.00​
#5​
21​
Charles Henry KATANOVICCRO
93.74​
42.79​
50.95​
5.00​
4.95​
5.35​
0.00​
#2​
22​
Mozes Jozsef BEREIHUN
84.32​
34.20​
50.12​
5.05​
4.85​
5.15​
0.00​
#6​
23​
Louis WEISSERTGER
81.59​
32.98​
50.61​
5.10​
5.00​
5.10​
2.00​
#4​
Wow, Starostin ended up in 3rd? Well done!
 

Jontor

Medalist
Joined
Jan 18, 2018
Country
Sweden
How irritating. Thought I would catch up with Austria, and the stream ends during Nikita's skate.

Well, it seems my boy Nordebäck got silver here! And that makes him in contention for the overall CS Cup. The top three get prize money. I think Andreas might be behind Memola, but I have no idea how the standings are right now...
 

yesterday

Record Breaker
Joined
Jul 8, 2022
How irritating. Thought I would catch up with Austria, and the stream ends during Nikita's skate.

Well, it seems my boy Nordebäck got silver here! And that makes him in contention for the overall CS Cup. The top three get prize money. I think Andreas might be behind Memola, but I have no idea how the standings are right now...
That damn 12 hours!
maybe we will get the videos in the rewatch thread and you can enjoy those 🙂
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
So, apparently Annis is qualified for US senior Nats, so I am 🤷‍♀️ about what this was about. Probably trying to put together senior intl scores.
I'm pretty sure that it was competing here that earned him the bye to Nats.
 

auser

Record Breaker
Joined
Dec 5, 2009
How irritating. Thought I would catch up with Austria, and the stream ends during Nikita's skate.

Well, it seems my boy Nordebäck got silver here! And that makes him in contention for the overall CS Cup. The top three get prize money. I think Andreas might be behind Memola, but I have no idea how the standings are right now...
Found these videos of Andreas and Liam. Hope they work for you... I tried them with my VPN set to Norway server:

Liam KAPEIKIS:

Andreas Nordeback:
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
I'm pretty sure that it was competing here that earned him the bye to Nats.
That what I thought, but the thread in the forum listed him as bye before that free skate. Maybe it was assumed he competes and finishes competition? I dunno, I still feel, that even if it was the case, the risk to his health was way too high.
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
How irritating. Thought I would catch up with Austria, and the stream ends during Nikita's skate.

Well, it seems my boy Nordebäck got silver here! And that makes him in contention for the overall CS Cup. The top three get prize money. I think Andreas might be behind Memola, but I have no idea how the standings are right now...
Yeah, it was a bummer with the stream. I wanted to see how Starostin did it.
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
That what I thought, but the thread in the forum listed him as bye before that free skate. Maybe it was assumed he competes and finishes competition? I dunno, I still feel, that even if it was the case, the risk to his health was way too high.
Yeah, I think it's an international event conflict bye. Carreira/Ponomarenko also have one (listed before they actually competed), and that's the only criteria they would meet.
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Yeah, I think it's an international event conflict bye. Carreira/Ponomarenko also have one (listed before they actually competed), and that's the only criteria they would meet.
I still think it was irresponsible of his team to put him on ice. Seriously, I hope there will be a more powerful presence of independent medical team at some point that could stop the whole ‘shoot them with morphine and on they go’ practice.

I really liked Annis’ skating since he first showed up in JGP, but this competing both in ID and singles and ignoring injuries like that makes me paranoid about how realistic their expectations are and if the team is not maliciously exploiting youthful ardor/ambition.
 
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yesterday

Record Breaker
Joined
Jul 8, 2022
I still think it was irresponsible of his team to put him on ice. Seriously, I hope there will be a more powerful presence of independent medical team at some point that could stop the whole ‘shoot them with morphine and on they go’ practice.

I really liked Annis’ skating since he first showed up in JGP, but this competing both in ID and singles and ignoring injuries like that makes me paranoid about how realistic their expectations are and if the team is not maliciously exploiting youthful ardor/ambition.
I admit I was surprised to see him in the gala as well - and he did not appear hurt or physically limited.
The FS might have been one thing, but adding the gala (to me) shows that whatever treatment he had really did the trick so he just used the gala as a cool down, a training (because he might have had to cut down on this earlier) perhaps.

I know, just wild guessing but that's what we all do. Hoping the best, not expecting the worst 🤞 :ghug:
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
I admit I was surprised to see him in the gala as well - and he did not appear hurt or physically limited.
The FS might have been one thing, but adding the gala (to me) shows that whatever treatment he had really did the trick so he just used the gala as a cool down, a training (because he might have had to cut down on this earlier) perhaps.

I know, just wild guessing but that's what we all do. Hoping the best, not expecting the worst 🤞 :ghug:
Well, fingers crossed he recovers by the nationals and the heroics wasn’t in vain. I really want to see him blossom, dammit. He was top of my wish list to see skate live at JWC this year, but I dunno what’s going on with this guy and his many plans. Seniors, juniors, dance, singles… 🤦‍♀️
 

yesterday

Record Breaker
Joined
Jul 8, 2022
Well, fingers crossed he recovers by the nationals and the heroics wasn’t in vain. I really want to see him blossom, dammit. He was top of my wish list to see skate live at JWC this year, but I dunno what’s going on with this guy and his many plans. Seniors, juniors, dance, singles… 🤦‍♀️
Warn us if he goes into pairs 🙈
 
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