2024 Sonja Henie Trophy | Mar 8-10 | Golden Skate

2024 Sonja Henie Trophy | Mar 8-10

gsk8

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The 2024 Sonja Henie Trophy will take place March 8-10, 2024, in Oslo, Norway. The event will feature the Singles (Women and Men) discipline in the Novice, Junior and Senior categories, and will be conducted in accordance with the 2022 ISU Constitution and General Regulations, the ISU Special Regulations & Technical Rules for Single & Pair Skating and relevant ISU Communications.
 
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Registrations are closing in 4 days but there is already 13 nations going! Would have hoped to see more countries outside Europe though.
 
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Are you going?
I really want to, but i´m probably not going this year because of my knee unless it magically improves in the next month. I can´t sit so many hours on a bus with small seats I would be in so much pain, and it wouldn´t be that much fun hopping around on crutches. Having my fingers crossed this will be a yearly event and for me to go later.
 

Jeanie19

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I really want to, but i´m probably not going this year because of my knee unless it magically improves in the next month. I can´t sit so many hours on a bus with small seats I would be in so much pain, and it wouldn´t be that much fun hopping around on crutches. Having my fingers crossed this will be a yearly event and for me to go later.
:pray:
 
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He's going to Bavarian Open, but I hope he goes to this competition, too.
It´s almost a month apart so there is plenty of time. It will be 1,5-2 weeks before Worlds though, so some might find it too close. But the perfect chance to earn some last minute ranking points...
 
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Mias WD is most likely because she is going to both JWC and WC. This is the week after JWC. I was a bit worried about how she was going to manage jetlag after JWC, doing this competition and then going to WC a short time after dealing with another jet lag. So it´s a wise decision. It´a shame it´s so close to both events though because I´m sure she was really looking forward to this competition. However, this is probably the only time she will be doing both JWC and WC, and hopefully this competition will be arranged again.

I´m a little bit disappointed about the few entries in senior men, but ladies are not so bad. Also the lower categories are interesting and packed. Particular a lot of entries in junior ladies from different countries. I don´t know the story behind this, but it seems Hungarian Lena Ekker trains in Norway now.
 
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Who knows? Will the stream for this event be free or paid?
Good question. I have hopes it will be free. I checked the webpage and it says nothing about paid stream, but that link will be posted later. It could mean it´s not sorted out, or it could mean it will be free. Nationals this year had a free livestream, but I guess it will depend on if they require a certain type quality for the stream as a ISU competition, because in that case the stream they usually offer might not be good enough. But, I hope i´m wrong, and that it will be free stream with decent enough quality 🤞🤞I will give an update as soon as I know.

It has to be noted that due to Norwegian rules only the ISU-categories will be streamed. It has something to do with the age of participants. So from my understanding it will be streamed from Advanced Novice categories.

Btw, Lara Naki Gutmann has been added to the entries!
 
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