View Poll Results: Who is your favorite junior ladies world champion who had less senior success?

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  • Elena Ivanova

    2 1.98%
  • Sydne Vogel

    2 1.98%
  • Daria Timoshenko

    1 0.99%
  • Jennifer Kirk

    24 23.76%
  • Kristina Oblasova

    1 0.99%
  • Ann Patrice McDonough

    7 6.93%
  • Yukina Ota

    38 37.62%
  • Caroline Zhang

    17 16.83%
  • Rachael Flatt

    9 8.91%
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    Yukina was lovely! I recalled the name but I don't recall her skating. It's a real shame she wasn't able to go further b/c she was very fantastic. Gorgeous posture and lines, very elegant and graceful...definitely my kind of skater. I'm guessing her jumps are what did her in...that's sad b/c she was amazing. I'm going to have to search more of her programs...

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    I think Rachael had a lot of success compared to everyone else on this list! A US national championship and an Olympics.

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    ^^Yeah, she shouldn't be on this list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leafygreens View Post
    I think Rachael had a lot of success compared to everyone else on this list! A US national championship and an Olympics.
    Then Hubert too : 1998 national champion beating Leray, Gusméroli (reigning world bronze medalist) and Bonaly. Twice 4th at world, four time olympian, 1997 Lalique winner.

    edit : posted too quickly sorry, thought she was an option.

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    Had she been on the list, I might well have voted for Simone Koch (1983 World junior champion).
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    Quote Originally Posted by falling_dance View Post
    Had she been on the list, I might well have voted for Simone Koch (1983 World junior champion).
    Simone Koch was pretty. The pre-figures junior champions were left off the poll to avoid comparing apples to oranges.

    Simone Koch (GDR) - 1988 Calgary, Ladies' Short Program

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