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    Good to see someone like Pierce get a JGP event. She is a diamond in the rough i think. The girl has big jumps and hopefully she will keep them as she goes through her growth spurts.

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    JGP Estonia assignments are up on USFS' International Assignments page as follows:
    Tyler Pierce, Hannah Miller, Shotaro Omori (wdwl, 10/6)
    Aaron/Settlage & Budd/Cheban (pairs), Moore/Klaber (dance)

    ETA that Omori tweeted today:
    My ankle has not been healing as much as we'd like so my coach and I decided to withdraw from #jgpestonia Good Luck to the rest of #teamusa!
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    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    Early predictions for next season, post sectionals-

    Aging out- Jordan Moeller, Nix Phengsy, Kiri Baga, Vanessa Lam, Budd/Cheban, Liu/Perini, Aaron/Settlage

    Ladies- Karen Chen, Polina Edmunds, Angela Wang (some or all could go to SGP, Karen probably won't though). Hannah Miller, Leah Keiser, Barbie Long, Mariah Bell, Francesca Chiera, Amber Glenn, Tyler Pierce, Amy Lin, Bradie Tennell, Carly Berrios are some of the others who should be contendors for spots.

    Men- Nathan Chen, Jimmy Ma, Tony Lu, Paolo Borromeo, Shotaro Omori, Tomoki Hiwatashi, and Vincent Zhou.

    Pairs- Takai/Johnson, Gillett/Fernandez (age?), Lee/Hennings (age?), Zaitsev/Stevens.

    Dance- McNamara/Carpenter, Parsons/Parsons, Hawayek/Baker, Lewis/Bye, Moore/Klaber, Biechler/Dodge (age?)
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    Karen Chen can't compete in the SGP with the new age restrictions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    Karen Chen can't compete in the SGP with the new age restrictions.
    I think Edmunds and Wang will likely move to GP next year, as depending on how JGPF/Nats turn out, they have a shot at senior int'l assignments like 4CC or Worlds.
    Since Chen is too young, she'll likely go to Jr. Worlds (if she is healthy) and then to the JGP again next year with hopes of winning the 2014 JGP final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haribobo View Post
    Early predictions for next season, post sectionals-

    Aging out- Jordan Moeller, Nix Phengsy, Kiri Baga, Vanessa Lam, Budd/Cheban, Liu/Perini, Aaron/Settlage

    Ladies- Karen Chen, Polina Edmunds, Angela Wang (some or all could go to SGP, Karen probably won't though). Hannah Miller, Leah Keiser, Barbie Long, Mariah Bell, Francesca Chiera, Amber Glenn, Tyler Pierce, Amy Lin, Bradie Tennell, Carly Berrios are some of the others who should be contendors for spots.

    Men- Nathan Chen, Jimmy Ma, Tony Lu, Paolo Borromeo, Shotaro Omori, Tomoki Hiwatashi, and Vincent Zhou.

    Pairs- Takai/Johnson, Gillett/Fernandez (age?), Lee/Hennings (age?), Zaitsev/Stevens.

    Dance- McNamara/Carpenter, Parsons/Parsons, Hawayek/Baker, Lewis/Bye, Moore/Klaber, Biechler/Dodge (age?)
    The roster for junior men is looking thin, I have to say.

    Dance - Also Sammi Wren/Alexey Shchepetov, Pogrebinsky/Gudis, and we'll see how the novice dancers do at Nationals. I think Baker (born 93) will age out of juniors next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haribobo View Post
    Early predictions for next season, post sectionals-

    Aging out- Jordan Moeller, Nix Phengsy, Kiri Baga, Vanessa Lam, Budd/Cheban, Liu/Perini, Aaron/Settlage

    Ladies- Karen Chen, Polina Edmunds, Angela Wang (some or all could go to SGP, Karen probably won't though). Hannah Miller, Leah Keiser, Barbie Long, Mariah Bell, Francesca Chiera, Amber Glenn, Tyler Pierce, Amy Lin, Bradie Tennell, Carly Berrios are some of the others who should be contendors for spots.

    Men- Nathan Chen, Jimmy Ma, Tony Lu, Paolo Borromeo, Shotaro Omori, Tomoki Hiwatashi, and Vincent Zhou.

    Pairs- Takai/Johnson, Gillett/Fernandez (age?), Lee/Hennings (age?), Zaitsev/Stevens.

    Dance- McNamara/Carpenter, Parsons/Parsons, Hawayek/Baker, Lewis/Bye, Moore/Klaber, Biechler/Dodge (age?)
    Looks like your early men prediction was pretty good!
    Nathan Chen will probably stay jr. Jimma Ma has one more year of jgp before aging out. Not sure how old Chase Belmontes and Nicholas Vrdoljak are, but they will get jgp if they are age-eligible. Kevin Shum will likely get one too. ()

    Paolo Borromeo may too as the novice champ (but maybe not the initial spots). V Zhou is going to be in if his summer is ok. Same for Hiwatashi.

    The other novice medalists and Tony Lu willl have to wait to see if they get a spot. Not sure how USFS evaluates Omori at this point.

    I guess Hawayek/Baker will move up to gp.
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    USFS' 2014 Spring Developmental assignments:

    Gardena Spring Trophy, March 28-30, 2014
    Junior Ladies: Ashley Shin (J3), Bradie Tennell (J4)
    Junior Men: Tony Lu (J7), Paolo Borromeo (N1)

    Results for Challenge Cup in The Hague, March 5-9, 2014
    Junior Ladies: Elena Taylor (J5) 2nd; Amy Lin (J6) 7th
    Junior Men: Chase Belmontes (J4) 4th; Kevin Shum (J6) 5th
    Junior Pairs: Jessica Lee/Robert Hennings (N3) 1st; Aya Takai/Brian Johnson (J7) 2nd
    "Randy [Starkman (1960-April 16, 2012)] lived by the same motto as the rest of us. The Olympics isn’t every four years, it’s every single day. He just got it." --Canadian Olympic kayaker Adam van Koeverden

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    With US ladies losing guaranteed JGP spots next season, USFS will have to see if there are unused jgp spots the US ladies can take.
    OTOH, this may incentivize US to encourage more girls to compete senior Bs instead of doing jgp year after year.

    I assume Glenn, Pierce, and Ashley Shin will get initial spots. Chen too if she does well in the summer. Not sure what the age-eligible senior ladies will do, since the jgp pool will be shrinking. If there are spots available, then Bradie Tennell, E Taylor, V Le.

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