Race to the 2019-20 ISU championships minimum TES

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As the first Challenger-event Nebelhorn Trophy is to be arranged this week, and it seems it´s not going to cancelled, I wanted to bring this thread back as I can´t find any new. I know everything is very unsure, but has there been anything from ISU about earning minimums this season? Is it possible that the athletes competing in NT can earn it, and in that case, will it be any changes or should we assume the one from last season will count until further?
 

Andrea82

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As the first Challenger-event Nebelhorn Trophy is to be arranged this week, and it seems it´s not going to cancelled, I wanted to bring this thread back as I can´t find any new. I know everything is very unsure, but has there been anything from ISU about earning minimums this season? Is it possible that the athletes competing in NT can earn it, and in that case, will it be any changes or should we assume the one from last season will count until further?

As traditionally done in previous years, all scores from immediate previous season also count towards achieving minimum TES for current season's championships. So scores from 2019-20 and 2020-21 (if done 21 days before the start of practices at the said Championship) count towards minimum TES for 2021 Worlds/Junior Worlds/Euros/4CC.

This summer they decided to keep the same scores used last year as minimums. They will review their decision in October.

 
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DenissVFan

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I don't think there's a new thread, so I'm going to post it here.

Men eligible for Worlds this year (according to the temporary rules: 34/64 TES achieved in a senior or junior international competition that met the criteria or through video evaluation between the 2018/2019 and 2020/2021 season):

AUS (1 spot): Kerry
ARM (1 spot): Hayrapetyan
AUT (1 spot): Maierhofer, Zandron (going: most likely Zandron???)
AZE (1 spot): Litvintsev
BLR (1 spot): Lebedev, Milyukov (going: ???)
BUL (1 spot): Loupolover
CAN (1 spot): Gogolev, Messing, Nadeau, Nguyen, Orzel, Phan, Rakic, Sadovsky, Toman (going: Messing)
CHN (2 spots): Y. Chen, Jin, Yan, Zhang (going: Jin, Yan)
CZE (2 spots): Brezina (1 spot unused)
EST (1 spot): Nauritis, A. Selevko, M. Selevko (going: ???)
FIN (1 spot): Galay, Virtanen (going: Virtanen)
FRA (1 spot): Aymoz, Economides, Ponsart, Siao Him Fa, Tesson (going: Aymoz)
GEO (1 spot): Kvitelashvili, Maysuradze (going: most likely Kvitelashvili???)
GER (1 spot): Fentz
GBR (1 spot): Hallam
ISR (1 spot): Bychenko, Gorodnitsky, Samohin (going: most likely Bychenko???)
ITA (2 spots): Dalla Torre, Frangipiani, Grassl, Rizzo (going: Grassl and Rizzo – was it officially confirmed, though?)
JPN (3 spots): Hanyu, Hino, Kagiyama, Nakumara, H. Sato, S. Sato, Shimada, Sumoto, Tanaka, Tomono, Uno, Yamamoto, Yoshioka (going: Hanyu, Kagiyama, Uno)
KAZ (1 spot): Shaidorov
LAT (1 spot): Vasiljevs
MAS (1 spot): Zhi Jie Yee
MEX (1 spot): Carrillo
POL (1 spot): Reznichenko (probably not going because he seems to have retired)
KOR (1 spot): J. Cha, J. Lee, S. Lee (going: J. Cha)
RUS (2 spots): Aliev, Danielian, Dmitriev, Gumennik, Iakovlev, Ignatov, Kolyada, Kondratiuk, Kovalev, Lazukin, Lutfullin, Mozalev, Murashov, Petrov, Polianskii, Rukhin, Samarin, Savosin, Semenenko, Shulepov, Yablokov (going: Kolyada, Semenenko)
SWE (1 spot): Majorov
SUI (1 spot): Britschgi, Todeschini (going: ???)
TUR (1 spot): Demirboga, Oktar (going: ???)
UKR (1 spot): Shmuratko
USA (3 spots): Brown, N. Chen, Dunk, Hiwatashi, Krasnozhon, Ma, Malinin, Naumov, Pulkinen, Torgashev, Zhou (going: Brown, N. Chen, Zhou)
 

GoneWithTheWind

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AUT (1 spot): Maierhofer, Zandron (going: most likely Zandron???)
Skate Austria confirmed that Zandron is going on their Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CLUBZjiiWez/
EST (1 spot): Nauritis, A. Selevko, M. Selevko (going: ???)
Aleksandr Selevko is listed as the entry on the Wikipedia page for Worlds.
ITA (2 spots): Dalla Torre, Frangipiani, Grassl, Rizzo (going: Grassl and Rizzo – was it officially confirmed, though?)
Not sure if the FISG have officially confirmed but Grassl and Rizzo were leading the ranking in the ranking document, and have been listed on the Wikipedia page as the entries.
 
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What about Brezina? I havn´t heard about him in a long time. Did he compete this season? You know, he is one of the oldest in this game, so he might start thinking about retiring. All though, I would like him and old Bychenko go til Worlds :laugh:

Edit: Just checked rinkresults, Brezina hasn´t been competing since Euros 2020 :jaw: I did also forget he won the SP :palmf: And followed up with the most disaster FS.
 

Gia_Sesshoumaru

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What about Brezina? I havn´t heard about him in a long time. Did he compete this season? You know, he is one of the oldest in this game, so he might start thinking about retiring. All though, I would like him and old Bychenko go til Worlds :laugh:

Edit: Just checked rinkresults, Brezina hasn´t been competing since Euros 2020 :jaw: I did also forget he won the SP :palmf: And followed up with the most disaster FS.

Well, I'm going to assume that Bychenko will go to Worlds as he competed last fall, but Brezina was injured last I heard, but he did compete at Czech Nationals virtually I heard, so maybe he'll still be going to Worlds.
 

DenissVFan

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What about Brezina? I havn´t heard about him in a long time. Did he compete this season? You know, he is one of the oldest in this game, so he might start thinking about retiring. All though, I would like him and old Bychenko go til Worlds :laugh:

Edit: Just checked rinkresults, Brezina hasn´t been competing since Euros 2020 :jaw: I did also forget he won the SP :palmf: And followed up with the most disaster FS.
He scored 221.52 points at 4 Nationals in December 2020: http://www.pfsa.com.pl/results/2021/4NAT2020/CAT001aRS.HTM
 

DenissVFan

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I don't think there's a new thread, so I'm going to post it here.

Men eligible for Worlds this year (according to the temporary rules: 34/64 TES achieved in a senior or junior international competition that met the criteria or through video evaluation between the 2018/2019 and 2020/2021 season):

AUS (1 spot): Kerry
ARM (1 spot): Hayrapetyan
AUT (1 spot): Maierhofer, Zandron (going: most likely Zandron???)
AZE (1 spot): Litvintsev
BLR (1 spot): Lebedev, Milyukov (going: ???)
BUL (1 spot): Loupolover
CAN (1 spot): Gogolev, Messing, Nadeau, Nguyen, Orzel, Phan, Rakic, Sadovsky, Toman (going: Messing)
CHN (2 spots): Y. Chen, Jin, Yan, Zhang (going: Jin, Yan)
CZE (2 spots): Brezina (1 spot unused)
EST (1 spot): Nauritis, A. Selevko, M. Selevko (going: ???)
FIN (1 spot): Galay, Virtanen (going: Virtanen)
FRA (1 spot): Aymoz, Economides, Ponsart, Siao Him Fa, Tesson (going: Aymoz)
GEO (1 spot): Kvitelashvili, Maysuradze (going: most likely Kvitelashvili???)
GER (1 spot): Fentz
GBR (1 spot): Hallam
ISR (1 spot): Bychenko, Gorodnitsky, Samohin (going: most likely Bychenko???)
ITA (2 spots): Dalla Torre, Frangipiani, Grassl, Rizzo (going: Grassl and Rizzo – was it officially confirmed, though?)
JPN (3 spots): Hanyu, Hino, Kagiyama, Nakumara, H. Sato, S. Sato, Shimada, Sumoto, Tanaka, Tomono, Uno, Yamamoto, Yoshioka (going: Hanyu, Kagiyama, Uno)
KAZ (1 spot): Shaidorov
LAT (1 spot): Vasiljevs
MAS (1 spot): Zhi Jie Yee
MEX (1 spot): Carrillo
POL (1 spot): Reznichenko (probably not going because he seems to have retired)
KOR (1 spot): J. Cha, J. Lee, S. Lee (going: J. Cha)
RUS (2 spots): Aliev, Danielian, Dmitriev, Gumennik, Iakovlev, Ignatov, Kolyada, Kondratiuk, Kovalev, Lazukin, Lutfullin, Mozalev, Murashov, Petrov, Polianskii, Rukhin, Samarin, Savosin, Semenenko, Shulepov, Yablokov (going: Kolyada, Semenenko)
SWE (1 spot): Majorov
SUI (1 spot): Britschgi, Todeschini (going: ???)
TUR (1 spot): Demirboga, Oktar (going: ???)
UKR (1 spot): Shmuratko
USA (3 spots): Brown, N. Chen, Dunk, Hiwatashi, Krasnozhon, Ma, Malinin, Naumov, Pulkinen, Torgashev, Zhou (going: Brown, N. Chen, Zhou)
Missing: Reznichenko (as expected) and Zhi Jie Yee: http://www.isuresults.com/events/wc2021_Men.htm

ETA: Kerry is missing too even though he was officially named to the team last month.

On 12 January Julian posted about his last practice before lockdown. I don't know if he's been able to resume training since then: https://www.instagram.com/p/CJ8_mXaj5FK/?igshid=zkg102qqv8w1
 
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