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Ladies on 2012-13 GP Series (prediction)

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by haribobo, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. haribobo

    haribobo Well-Known Member

    Now that Worlds is over, I need something to look forward to. Here's how the GP series is looking-

    Seeded, guar. 2, poss. 3: Kostner, Leonova, Suzuki, Wagner, Murakami, Asada

    Places 7-12 at Worlds, guaranteed 2: Kexin Zhang, Valentina Marchei, Ksenia Makarova, Elene Gedevanishvili, Viktoria Helgesson, Yretha Silete

    Top 24 SB (currently), guar. 1: Lipnitskaia*, Tuktamysheva, Sotnikova, Czisny, Zhang, Nagasu, Gold*, Korpi, Biryukova, Korobeynikova, Shelepen*, Miyahara*, Shoji*, Zijun Li*

    *= junior, would need to move up to seniors internationally

    Top 24 World Rankings who aren't listed above (currently, may change), guar. 1: Miki Ando?, Yuna Kim?, Haruka Imai, Rachael Flatt, Cynthia Phaneuf, Mae Berenice Meite, Joshi Helgesson, Sarah Hecken

    Funny enough, Zawadzki is 25th on both lists right now :rofl: Actually, from 25-30 is Zawadzki, Lam, Cesario, Gao, and Hicks, with Imai in between. US ladies got it covered when it comes to the alternate spots!! :)
  2. oleada

    oleada Well-Known Member

    I'd be shocked if Lipnitskaia, Tuktamysheva & Sotnikova don't get 2.
  3. barbk

    barbk Well-Known Member

    Maybe the US will leave 2 TBA's at Skate America so that Gold can definitely get two assignments, and ditto for Zhang/Nagasu depending on which of them does better in the summer competitions.
  4. Jammers

    Jammers Well-Known Member

    Please give Gold two assignments for next season. Whatever happens she needs the experience. I see next season as a learning experience for her so it might be a bit bumpy. Then watch the haters come out in force. :lol:
  5. euterpe

    euterpe Well-Known Member

    Relevant Statistics:


    1 192.41 Ashley WAGNER
    2 189.94 Carolina KOSTNER
    3 188.62 Mao ASADA
    4 187.05 Julia LIPNITSKAIA
    5 185.98 Akiko SUZUKI
    6 184.28 Alena LEONOVA
    7 182.89 Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
    8 179.15 Alissa CZISNY
    9 176.18 Caroline ZHANG
    10 175.41 Kanako MURAKAMI
    11 173.22 Mirai NAGASU
    12 172.69 Gracie GOLD Also has WJC silver
    13 169.75 Adelina SOTNIKOVA
    14 166.94 Kiira KORPI
    15 166.07 Sofia BIRYUKOVA
    16 165.93 Elene GEDEVANISHVILI
    17 164.13 Polina KOROBEYNIKOVA
    18 162.59 Kexin ZHANG
    19 162.34 Polina SHELEPEN
    20 162.20 Satoko MIYAHARA
    21 160.82 Viktoria HELGESSON
    22 159.59 Ksenia MAKAROVA
    23 157.83 Risa SHOJI
    24 157.31 Zijun LI


    KOSTNER Carolina 1
    SUZUKI Akiko 2
    LEONOVA Alena 3
    ANDO Miki 4
    CZISNY Alissa 5
    KORPI Kiira 6
    MURAKAMI Kanako 7
    ASADA Mao 8
    NAGASU Mirai 9
    HELGESSON Viktoria 10
    KIM Yu-Na 11
    MAKAROVA Ksenia 12
    IMAI Haruka 13
    SOTNIKOVA Adelina 14
    FLATT Rachael 15
    WAGNER Ashley 17
    MARCHEI Valentina 18
    ZHANG Caroline 19
    PHANEUF Cynthia 20
    MEITE Mae Berenice 21
    TUKTAMISHEVA Elizaveta 22
    HELGESSON Joshi 23
    HECKEN Sarah 24
  6. mag

    mag Well-Known Member

    With no Canadian women on the Season's Best list, does that mean that there will be only one Canadian woman (host pick) at Skate Canada? Or can Cynthia, ranking 20th in the world get a regular invite to make 2 women?
  7. Jayar

    Jayar Well-Known Member

    Skate Canada gets three spots at the event as hosts.
  8. euterpe

    euterpe Well-Known Member

    Cynthia is in the top 24 on the World Ranking list and is entitled to a GP invitation for that. The second event could be Skate Canada.

    Amelie could still get an invitation. She is #35 on the SB list. But she won't get any guarantee.