2018/19 Junior Grand Prix Announcement, pre-season news & discussion thread

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Gumennik replaces Kovalev in Canada. They are really switching the men. Wonder if they will let Rukhin and Savosin keep their 2nd assignments :saint:

ETA: Canada replacements also, Kvartalova/Sviatchenko (pairs) and Ivanenko/Karpov (dance) subbed in. Replacing Pepeleva/Pleshkov and Tyutyunina/Shustitskiy.
 
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Sorry. I was so confused, but I though @Dobre meant someone American because they said Tomoki wouldn't have made the team, but I guess that was referring to Nathan. Lol Thanks for clarifying. What happened to Sota Yamamoto? Does he still skate?

ETA: Jk I just looked it up and he just won the Asian Open
He had a serious ankle fracture and has plates and screws. I broke my ankle in late May and I'm amazed he's able to skate at all.
 

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That is really unfortunate :( Hopefully, they will bounce back later in the season.
Last season Mishina/Galliamov did not have JGP events and yet the season turned out alright, so I hope that even if Atakhanova/Volodin won’t get healed in time to get any JGP, they still may do well at the nationals and get to junior worlds. Or do some challenger events and get some ranking points and season best score.
 

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Then didnt come out for award ceremony, and then usfsa pulled them from first JGP event....
If the earlier comp you are referencing is the Chesapeake Open, their absence from awards means absolutely nothing. A lot of skaters don't stay for awards at club comps (they are not held the minute the event ends), esp at the higher levels....they've been at the rink for several hours or more, they and their parents are tired, it's kind of a chaotic atmosphere, and a lot of skaters and parents just leave as soon as they are done. If there is any convo or questioning needed with the judges, the coach is the one who handles that anyway.
 
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As soon as someone finds out if Caroline and Gordon are back in can you fax me?

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Obviously maybe an injury of one of the partner ... JGP final might be 5 Russians and one Canadian team!! Green if they go out will have the last 2 JGP unless USFSA decided to change the teams they're sending to #4 and #5 JGP!
 

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Whoever is posting the ISU Bios has done so incorrectly. All the "Best Scores" are listed with an incorrect location for the FD entry - no juniors were at the Asian Classic:
Personal Best Total Score
160.24​
24.08.2018​
ISU JGP Bratislava 2018
Personal Best Score Rhythm Dance
65.01​
24.08.2018​
ISU JGP Bratislava 2018
Personal Best Score Free Dance
95.23​
05.08.2018​
ISU CS Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy 2018
 

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Whoever is posting the ISU Bios has done so incorrectly. All the "Best Scores" are listed with an incorrect location for the FD entry - no juniors were at the Asian Classic:
Weird that it only happened only in the JGP SVK dance bios -- I'm sure it will be corrected (will try to let someone know).

ISU Season Bests Free Dance Scores 2018/2019 list is correct: http://www.isuresults.com/isujsstat/sb2018-19/sbtsdfd.htm
 

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Elizaveta K. and Nazarov are here, so by implication the Russians’ provisional plan is for Shevchenko/Eremenko and Ushakova/Nekrasov to get one of the remaining places. JGP Vancouver is the only event without a top-tier Russian team.

The Greens belatedly appear. This is probably their best chance at an outright win, though two silvers would almost certainly be enough for a Final spot. Hard to know how they’ll do, particularly as there’s no news as to why they were absent from the scene in recent months.

Fisher/Malette-Paquette also belatedly show up after unexplained withdrawal from earlier events. Also, happy to see Bronsard/Bouaraguia here; they’re new to the junior scene, but were really good at Championnats.

Nice men’s lineup, between Pulkinen, Phan, and Sumoto. They could all podium and make the final, actually — depending, in the first two cases, on how they perform in their first event.
 

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Junior Men
1 Elvis CAUBET AND 1
2 Mikalai KAZLOU BLR 2
Yauhenii PUZANAU BLR 2 S
Yakau ZENKO BLR 2 S
3 Radoslav MARINOV BUL 3
Alexander ZLATKOV BUL 3 S
4 Joseph PHAN CAN 4
5 Aleksa RAKIC CAN 4
Brian CHIEM CAN 4 S
Corey CIRCELLI CAN 4 S
Beresford Louise CLEMENTS CAN 4 S
Stephen GOGOLEV CAN 4 S
Alexei GUINZBOURG CAN 4 S
Iliya KOVLER CAN 4 S
Eric LIU CAN 4 S
Conrad ORZEL CAN 4 S
6 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 5
7 Radek JAKUBKA CZE 5
8 Daniel MRAZEK CZE 5
Lukas VOCHOZKA CZE 5 S
9 Lucas STRZELEC DEN 6
Nikolaj Molgaard PEDERSEN DEN 6 S
10 Mihhail SELEVKO EST 7
11 Irakli MAYSURADZE GEO 8
12 Jonathan HESS GER 9
Denis GURDZHI GER 9 S
Kai JAGODA GER 9 S
Florian PASCHKE GER 9 S
Daniel SAPOZNIKOV GER 9 S
13 David Igor BIRINBERG ISR 10
14 Mitsuki SUMOTO JPN 11
Yuma KAGIYAMA JPN 11 S
Yuto KISHINA JPN 11 S
Sena MIYAKE JPN 11 S
Shun SATO JPN 11 S
Koshiro SHIMADA JPN 11 S
Tatsuya TSUBOI JPN 11 S
15 Kornel WITKOWSKI POL 12
Ryszard GURTLER POL 12 S
Piotr WISNIEWSKI POL 12 S
Milosz WITKOWSKI POL 12 S
Michal WOZNIAK POL 12 S
16 Kirill IAKOVLEV RUS 13
17 Andrei MOZALEV RUS 13
Artur DANIELIAN RUS 13 S
Petr GUMENNIK RUS 13 S
Makar IGNATOV RUS 13 S
Artem KOVALEV RUS 13 S
Egor MURASHOV RUS 13 S
Mikhail POLIANSKII RUS 13 S
Egor RUKHIN RUS 13 S
Roman SAVOSIN RUS 13 S
Evgeni SEMENENKO RUS 13 S
Matvei VETLUGIN RUS 13 S
18 Evan WRENSCH RSA 14
Sinali SANGO RSA 14 S
19 Aleix GABARA ESP 15
20 Andreas NORDEBÄCK SWE 16
Gabriel FOLKESSON SWE 16 S
Oliver PRAETORIUS SWE 16 S
21 Noah BODENSTEIN SUI 17
Tomas Llorenc GUARINO SABATE SUI 17 S
Nurullah SAHAKA SUI 17 S
22 Kyrylo LISHENKO UKR 18
Andrey KOKURA UKR 18 S
Mykhailo LEIBA UKR 18 S
Mykhailo RUDKOVSKYI UKR 18 S
Ivan SHMURATKO UKR 18 S
23 Ryan DUNK USA 19
24 Camden PULKINEN USA 19
Goku ENDO USA 19 S
Tomoki HIWATASHI USA 19 S
Nicholas HSIEH USA 19 S
Joseph KANG USA 19 S
Joonsoo KIM USA 19 S
Max LAKE USA 19 S
Peter LIU USA 19 S
Maxim NAUMOV USA 19 S
Eric SJOBERG USA 19 S
Andrew TORGASHEV USA 19 S
Dinh TRAN USA 19 S
Alex WELLMAN USA 19 S
Jonathan YANG USA 19 S
Paul YEUNG USA 19 S

Junior Ladies
1 Angela CAMP TORRES AND 1
2 Olga MIKUTINA AUT 2
Jasmin ELSEBAIE AUT 2 S
Sophie-Laureen GUENTHER AUT 2 S
Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 2 S
Lara ROTH AUT 2 S
Sophia SCHALLER AUT 2 S
Alisa STOMAKHINA AUT 2 S
3 Maryia SALDAKAYEVA BLR 3
Aliaksandra CHEPELEVA BLR 3 S
Lizaveta KHLYPAUKA BLR 3 S
4 Ivelina BAYCHEVA BUL 4
Kristina GRIGOROVA BUL 4 S
Maria LEVUSHKINA BUL 4 S
Eliza PANCHEVA BUL 4 S
5 Hongyi CHEN CHN 5
6 Katarina KITAROVIC CRO 6
Hana CVIJANOVIC CRO 6 S
Hana KOSIC CRO 6 S
Patricia SKOPANCIC CRO 6 S
7 Giorgia Isabella SECHI CYP 7
Chryso GEORGIOU CYP 7 S
Daniella Vanessa IPSARIDOU CYP 7 S
Eliana KALOGIROU CYP 7 S
8 Michaela Lucie HANZLIKOVA CZE 8
9 Aneta JANICZKOVA CZE 8
10 Klara STEPANOVA CZE 8
Katerina FRICOVA CZE 8 S
Daniela KO CZE 8 S
Nikola RYCHTARIKOVA CZE 8 S
11 Maia SORENSEN DEN 9
12 Niina PETROKINA EST 10
Eva Lotta KIIBUS EST 10 S
Kristina SHKULETA-GROMOVA EST 10 S
Annely VAHI EST 10 S
13 Milania VAANANEN FIN 11
Enja RUOKONEN FIN 11 S
Vera STOLT FIN 11 S
Sofia SULA FIN 11 S
Selma VALITALO FIN 11 S
14 Ann-Christin MAROLD GER 12
Lea Johanna DASTICH GER 12 S
Elodie EUDINE GER 12 S
15 Kristen SPOURS GBR 13
Anna LITVINENKO GBR 13 S
Victoria MCMAHON GBR 13 S
Anastasia VAIPAN-LAW GBR 13 S
16 Hiu Lok CHOW HKG 14
Joyce Selina CHAN HKG 14 S
Hiu Yau CHOW HKG 14 S
Vinci HO HKG 14 S
17 Regina SCHERMANN HUN 15
Julia LANG HUN 15 S
Dora NAGY HUN 15 S
Bernadett SZIGETI HUN 15 S
18 Alina SOUPIAN ISR 16
19 Tomoe KAWABATA JPN 17
20 Riko TAKINO JPN 17
Yuna AOKI JPN 17 S
Nana ARAKI JPN 17 S
Moa IWANO JPN 17 S
Sora MAENO JPN 17 S
Rion SUMIYOSHI JPN 17 S
Kinayu YOKOI JPN 17 S
Yuhana YOKOI JPN 17 S
Shiika YOSHIOKA JPN 17 S
21 Anete LACE LAT 18
Polina ANDREJEVA LAT 18 S
Elizabete JUBKANE LAT 18 S
Arina SOMOVA LAT 18 S
22 Paulina RAMANAUSKAITE LTU 19
Selina KANEDA LTU 19 S
Dominyka MOLEVICIUTE LTU 19 S
23 Morgane CRAUSAZ MAR 20
24 Caya SCHEEPENS NED 21
Lenne VAN GORP NED 21 S
Kyarha VAN TIEL NED 21 S
25 Frida Turiddotter BERGE NOR 22
Kari Sofie TELLEFSEN NOR 22 S
Silja Anna Skulstad URANG NOR 22 S
26 Julia KIERUL POL 23
Karolina BIALAS POL 23 S
Amelia KONIK POL 23 S
Natalia KOZIEJOWSKA POL 23 S
Natalia LERKA POL 23 S
Agnieszka REJMENT POL 23 S
Aleksandra RUDOLF POL 23 S
Oliwia RZEPIEL POL 23 S
Celina SUDNIK POL 23 S
Nikola WOJTYNSKA POL 23 S
Magdalena ZAWADZKA POL 23 S
27 Yelim KIM KOR 24
28 Seoyeong WI KOR 24
Gyohee JEON KOR 24 S
Subeen JEON KOR 24 S
Minseung KIM KOR 24 S
Seungbeen YU KOR 24 S
29 Alena KOSTORNAIA RUS 25
30 Viktoria VASILIEVA RUS 25
Ksenia CHISTIAKOVA RUS 25 S
Anastasiia GUBANOVA RUS 25 S
Anastasiia GULIAKOVA RUS 25 S
Alena KANYSHEVA RUS 25 S
Anastasia KOSTYUK RUS 25 S
Anna SHCHERBAKOVA RUS 25 S
Kseniia SINITSYNA RUS 25 S
Anastasia TARAKANOVA RUS 25 S
Anna TARUSINA RUS 25 S
Alexandra TRUSOVA RUS 25 S
31 Silvia HUGEC SVK 26
Ema DOBOSZOVA SVK 26 S
Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 26 S
32 Marion PAPKA RSA 27
Gian-Quen ISAACS RSA 27 S
33 Smilla SZALKAI SWE 28
Selma IHR SWE 28 S
Cassandra JOHANSSON SWE 28 S
Jelizaveta KOPACA SWE 28 S
Lisa LAGER SWE 28 S
Emelie NORDQVIST SWE 28 S
34 Noemie BODENSTEIN SUI 29
Anaïs CORADUCCI SUI 29 S
Maia MAZZARA SUI 29 S
Nicole ZAIKA SUI 29 S
35 Maryna ZHDANOVYCH UKR 30
Anastasiia ARKHIPOVA UKR 30 S
Anna RAKOVYCH UKR 30 S
Varvara ROMADINOVA UKR 30 S
36 Ting CUI USA 31
Maxine BAUTISTA USA 31 S
Emma COPPESS USA 31 S
Hanna HARRELL USA 31 S
Angelina HUANG USA 31 S
Gabriella IZZO USA 31 S
Sarah JUNG USA 31 S
Pooja KALYAN USA 31 S
Ashley LIN USA 31 S
Emilia MURDOCK USA 31 S
Akari NAKAHARA USA 31 S
Kaitlyn NGUYEN USA 31 S
Jenna SHI USA 31 S
Audrey SHIN USA 31 S

Junior Pairs
1 Sara Jane DANA / Livio MAYR AUT 1
2 Darya RABKOVA / Vladyslav GRESKO BLR 2
3 Gabrielle LEVESQUE / Pier-Alexandre HUDON CAN 3
4 Brooke MCINTOSH / Brandon TOSTE CAN 3
5 Chloe PANETTA / Benjamin MIMAR CAN 3
Camille PERREAULT / Bryan PIERRO CAN 3 S
Marine POULIOT / Alexandre SIMARD CAN 3 S
6 Feiyao TANG / Yongchao YANG CHN 4
7 Yuchen WANG / Yihang HUANG CHN 4
8 Hyang Mi RO / Kum Chol HAN PRK 5
9 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 6
10 Talisa THOMALLA / Robert KUNKEL GER 7
11 Hilary Elizabeth ASHER / Luthra NISHCHAY IND 8
12 Hailey Esther KOPS / Artem TSOGLIN ISR 9
13 Kseniia AKHANTEVA / Valerii KOLESOV RUS 10
14 Polina KOSTIUKOVICH / Dmitrii IALIN RUS 10
15 Anastasia POLUIANOVA / Dmitry SOPOT RUS 10
Amina ATAKHANOVA / Nikita VOLODIN RUS 10 S
Lina KUDRIAVTSEVA / Ilia SPIRIDONOV RUS 10 S
Daria KVARTALOVA / Alexei SVIATCHENKO RUS 10 S
Nadezhda LABAZINA / Nikita RAKHMANIN RUS 10 S
Anastasia MISHINA / Aleksandr GALLIAMOV RUS 10 S
Apollinariia PANFILOVA / Dmitry RYLOV RUS 10 S
Alina PEPELEVA / Roman PLESHKOV RUS 10 S
Stanislava VISLOBOKOVA / Aleksei BRIUKHANOV RUS 10 S
16 Tereza ZENDULKOVA / Simon FUKAS SVK 11
17 Sofiia NESTEROVA / Artem DARENSKYI UKR 12
18 Sarah FENG / TJ NYMAN USA 13
19 Kate FINSTER / Balazs NAGY USA 13
20 Laiken LOCKLEY / Keenan PROCHNOW USA 13

Junior Ice Dance
1 Karina SIDARENKA / Maksim YALENICH BLR 1
Emiliya KALEHANOVA / Uladzislau PALKHOUSKI BLR 1 S
2 Emmy BRONSARD / Aissa BOUARAGUIA CAN 2
3 Ellie FISHER / Simon-Pierre MALETTE-PAQUETTE CAN 2
Nadiia BASHYNSKA / Peter BEAUMONT CAN 2 S
Amelia BOONE / Malcolm KOWAN CAN 2 S
Natalie D'ALESSANDRO / Bruce WADDELL CAN 2 S
Alicia FABBRI / Paul AYER CAN 2 S
Irina GALIYANOVA / Grayson LOCHHEAD CAN 2 S
Marjorie LAJOIE / Zachary LAGHA CAN 2 S
Miku MAKITA / Tyler GUNARA CAN 2 S
Olivia MCISAAC / Corey CIRCELLI CAN 2 S
Ashlynne STAIRS / Elliott GRAHAM CAN 2 S
4 Yuzhu GUO / Pengkun ZHAO CHN 3
5 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 4
Elisabeta KORINKOVA / Tomas MORAVEC CZE 4 S
6 Viktoria SEMENJUK / Artur GRUZDEV EST 5
Tatjana BUNINA / Ivan KUZNETSOV EST 5 S
Darja NETJAGA / Marko Jevgeni GAIDAJENKO EST 5 S
Gioia PUCCI / Kevin OJALA EST 5 S
7 Maria KAZAKOVA / Georgy REVIYA GEO 6
8 Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 7
Lara LUFT / Asaf KAZIMOV GER 7 S
Charise MATTHAEI / Maximilian PFISTERER GER 7 S
Amanda PETERSON / Stephano Valentino SCHUSTER GER 7 S
9 Sasha FEAR / George WADDELL GBR 8
Emily ROSE BROWN / James HERNANDEZ GBR 8 S
10 Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 9
11 Sara CAMPANINI / Francesco RIVA ITA 10
Francesca RIGHI / Aleksei DUBROVIN ITA 10 S
Giulia TUBA / Andrea TUBA ITA 10 S
12 Mira Isabel POLISHOOK / Deividas KIZALA LTU 11
13 Oliwia BOROWSKA / Filip BOJANOWSKI POL 12
14 Diana DAVIS / Gleb SMOLKIN RUS 13
15 Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Nikita NAZAROV RUS 13
Ekaterina ANDREEVA / Ivan DESYATOV RUS 13 S
Polina IVANENKO / Daniil KARPOV RUS 13 S
Ksenia KONKINA / Alexander VAKHNOV RUS 13 S
Eva KUTS / Dmitrii MIKHAILOV RUS 13 S
Angelina LAZAREVA / Maksim PROKOFIEV RUS 13 S
Elizaveta SHANAEVA / Devid NARYZHNYY RUS 13 S
Sofia SHEVCHENKO / Igor EREMENKO RUS 13 S
Sofya TYUTYUNINA / Alexander SHUSTITSKIY RUS 13 S
Arina USHAKOVA / Maxim NEKRASOV RUS 13 S
16 Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROV UKR 14
Anna CHERNIAVSKA / Volodymyr GOROVYY UKR 14 S
Sofiia LYZOHUB / Danylo YEFREMENKO UKR 14 S
Darya POPOVA / Volodymyr BYELIKOV UKR 14 S
17 Caroline GREEN / Gordon GREEN USA 15
18 Katarina WOLFKOSTIN / Howard ZHAO USA 15
Isabella AMOIA / Luca BECKER USA 15 S
Oona BROWN / Gage BROWN USA 15 S
Katarina DELCAMP / Maxwell GART USA 15 S
Alina EFIMOVA / Alexander PETROV USA 15 S
Sophia ELDER / Christopher ELDER USA 15 S
Eliana GROPMAN / Ian SOMERVILLE USA 15 S
Emma GUNTER / Caleb WEIN USA 15 S
Jocelyn HAINES / James KOSZUTA USA 15 S
Avonley NGUYEN / Vadym KOLESNIK USA 15 S
 

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Elizaveta K. and Nazarov are here, so by implication the Russians’ provisional plan is for Shevchenko/Eremenko and Ushakova/Nekrasov to get one of the remaining places. JGP Vancouver is the only event without a top-tier Russian team.

The Greens belatedly appear. This is probably their best chance at an outright win, though two silvers would almost certainly be enough for a Final spot. Hard to know how they’ll do, particularly as there’s no news as to why they were absent from the scene in recent months.

Fisher/Malette-Paquette also belatedly show up after unexplained withdrawal from earlier events. Also, happy to see Bronsard/Bouaraguia here; they’re new to the junior scene, but were really good at Championnats.

Nice men’s lineup, between Pulkinen, Phan, and Sumoto. They could all podium and make the final, actually — depending, in the first two cases, on how they perform in their first event.
Russians will probably move their teams ... depending on placement in the next JGP. The list for JGP Vancouver is not final! And I predict that K/ V will do great! And curious to see K/M...
 

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The Greens belatedly appear. This is probably their best chance at an outright win, though two silvers would almost certainly be enough for a Final spot. Hard to know how they’ll do, particularly as there’s no news as to why they were absent from the scene in recent months.

YAYYY! Where was my fax?

Can someone explain to me why is USFSA sending 3 pairs teams now into a field where this is 20, and then where there was like 8 teams in the field they sent squat? (Bratislava)

Is there a rule or criteria?

Id rather send a team to Bratislava where there is at least a reasonable chance they could come in 4th......

Why is there an imbalance of fields too as the series goes forward? Meaning 8 pairs in one stop and 20 in another?
 

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Can someone explain to me why is USFSA sending 3 pairs teams now into a field where this is 20, and then where there was like 8 teams in the field they sent squat? (Bratislava)

Is there a rule or criteria?
This topic has brought up in the U.S. Pairs thread so I think that is a better place for your question(s). ETA that I have attempted to reply there (post #783).

ETA:
Why is there an imbalance of fields too as the series goes forward? Meaning 8 pairs in one stop and 20 in another?
More time needed to be competition ready, I assume.

Ostrava is the 4th and final JGP for pairs. 13 pairs are entered for both this week's JGP in Austria and the 3rd JGP for pairs in Vancouver.
 
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After the first 2 JGPs, the top 10 in the standings are:
1 Roman SAVOSIN RUS 7 (189.86) + 11 (211.10) = 18 (400.96 total)
2 Daniel GRASSL ITA 11 (199.26) + 7 (191.38) = 18 (390.64 total)
3 Stephen GOGOLEV CAN 15 (226.63) next: #4 Richmond CAN
4 Camden PULKINEN USA 15 (223.95) next: #5 Ostrava?
5 Koshiro SHIMADA JPN 13 (220.45)
6 Mitsuki SUMOTO JPN 13 (210.31) next: #5 Ostrava?
7 Conrad ORZEL CAN 9 (200.46)
8 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 9 (194.75) next: #3 Kaunas LTU
9 Artem KOVALEV RUS 5 (190.22)
10 Ryan DUNK USA 5 (188.91)
 

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Standings after the 2nd JGP in AUT:

Ladies: http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2018/jgpsladies.htm
Men: http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2018/jgpsmen.htm
Ice Dance: http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2018/jgpsdance.htm
Pairs: http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2018/jgpspairs.htm

I wonder what Russia will do with its second assignments for ladies. Last year, a skater had to win gold to be assigned a second event. This year Russia looks even more dominant with the best Japanese skaters having moved up to the GP. It's very possible that there will be a lot of Russian silver medalists. I especially want to see what they do with Tarakanova, who is currently scheduled to face off with Shcherbakova in Can at JGP #4. Surely, they'd give a returning JGPF medalist a second event even if she earned silver?

As usual, Russia doesn't have enough spots for its group of talented skaters. I wonder if Guilakova will get anything; if not JGP, I hope she's sent on the Challenger circuit. Gubanova was named, but then removed (boot problems?). Hope she can get everything sorted and either end up on the JGP and Challenger circuits or Challenger/ROS GP.

Also interested in whether Cui keeps her provisional second assignment. Cui placed higher than Kalyan (who doesn't have a second assignment) did at her event, but her overall total was 5 points lower. Then again, AUT was a lower-scoring event across the board, and Cui has more "potential" with her harder jump combinations and stronger resume.
 
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Gubanova was named, but then removed (boot problems?). Hope she can get everything sorted and either end up on the JGP and Challenger circuits or Challenger/ROS GP.

Gubanova is competing this week at a local junior competition (Wed and Thurs). There should be videos in the K&C section. I don't think the aim is Rostelecom GP but she more than likely will do some Challenger events.
 
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