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

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Nana Araki is out of JGP Kaunas; replaced by Kinayu Yokoi.

http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat03108768.htm

I hope she’s ok; I like her skating a lot. Is Kinayu related to Yohana Yokoi? Any more info on her?
Yes, Kinayu is Yuhana's younger sister. Kinayu won a bronze at Novice Nationals last season, and she can land 3A in practice like her sister Yuhana. I'm sad about Araki too. It somewhat looked Araki was not in good shape during the national Jr camp. I don't know what's actually wrong with her (so far).
 

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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.

F/MP have been moved to subs and replaced with McIsaac/Circelli. M/C are also listed for JGP Canada, although we'll see if they keep both. They didn't show in summer comps that they'd be first in line for multiple events, so I wouldn't be surprised if they only do one of these two then are at JGP 6 or 7 if they earn a 2nd event.
 

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F/MP have been moved to subs and replaced with McIsaac/Circelli. M/C are also listed for JGP Canada, although we'll see if they keep both. They didn't show in summer comps that they'd be first in line for multiple events, so I wouldn't be surprised if they only do one of these two then are at JGP 6 or 7 if they earn a 2nd event.
It was noted on another board that Corey posted on Instagram that he is injured and would not be doing JGP. Not sure if that was just for his men's events (he's listed as subs for men's events)? So maybe both M/C assignments are just place holders for now in hopes they can compete later in circuit
 

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It was noted on another board that Corey posted on Instagram that he is injured and would not be doing JGP. Not sure if that was just for his men's events (he's listed as subs for men's events)? So maybe both M/C assignments are just place holders for now in hopes they can compete later in circuit
Then that is the same as Bruce Waddell. He has a foot problem which is keeping him from competing in singles but he is ok to do dance.
 

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ISU Ljubljana Cup entries
Link to all entries and time schedule: http://www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent03111608.htm

Junior Men
1 Callum BRADSHAW AUS 1
Darian KAPTICH AUS 1 S
James MIN AUS 1 S
Giuseppe TRIULCIO AUS 1 S
2 Vladimir LITVINTSEV AZE 2
3 Alexander ZLATKOV BUL 3
Radoslav MARINOV BUL 3 S
4 Eric LIU CAN 4
5 Conrad ORZEL 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
Joseph PHAN CAN 4 S
Aleksa RAKIC CAN 4 S
6 Fang-Yi LIN TPE 5
7 Charles Henry KATANOVIC CRO 6
8 Radek JAKUBKA CZE 7
Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 7 S
Daniel MRAZEK CZE 7 S
Lukas VOCHOZKA CZE 7 S
9 Aleksandr SELEVKO EST 8
Mihhail SELEVKO EST 8 S
10 Nikita STAROSTIN GER 9
Denis GURDZHI GER 9 S
Jonathan HESS GER 9 S
Kai JAGODA GER 9 S
11 Edward APPLEBY GBR 10
Josh BROWN GBR 10 S
Luke DIGBY GBR 10 S
12 Tamas SZOBOSZLAI HUN 11
13 Mark GORODNITSKY ISR 12
14 Gabriele FRANGIPANI ITA 13
15 Nicolaj MEMOLA ITA 13
16 Koshiro SHIMADA JPN 14
Yuma KAGIYAMA JPN 14 S
Yuto KISHINA JPN 14 S
Sena MIYAKE JPN 14 S
Shun SATO JPN 14 S
Mitsuki SUMOTO JPN 14 S
Tatsuya TSUBOI JPN 14 S
17 Kai Xiang CHEW MAS 15
18 Younghyun CHA KOR 16
Jaeseok KYEONG KOR 16 S
Sihyeong LEE KOR 16 S
19 Artur DANIELIAN RUS 17
20 Petr GUMENNIK RUS 17
Kirill IAKOVLEV RUS 17 S
Makar IGNATOV RUS 17 S
Artem KOVALEV RUS 17 S
Andrei MOZALEV RUS 17 S
Egor MURASHOV RUS 17 S
Mikhail POLIANSKII RUS 17 S
Egor RUKHIN RUS 17 S
Evgeni SEMENENKO RUS 17 S
Matvei VETLUGIN RUS 17 S
21 Luka LOGAR SLO 18
22 Andreas NORDEBÄCK SWE 19
Gabriel FOLKESSON SWE 19 S
Oliver PRAETORIUS SWE 19 S
23 Nurullah SAHAKA SUI 20
Noah BODENSTEIN SUI 20 S
Tomas Llorenc GUARINO SABATE SUI 20 S
24 Basar OKTAR TUR 21
25 Mykhailo RUDKOVSKYI UKR 22
Andrey KOKURA UKR 22 S
Mykhailo LEIBA UKR 22 S
Kyrylo LISHENKO UKR 22 S
Ivan SHMURATKO UKR 22 S
26 Tomoki HIWATASHI USA 23 (no extra entry for USA here)
Ryan DUNK USA 23 S
Goku ENDO USA 23 S
Nicholas HSIEH USA 23 S
Joseph KANG USA 23 S
Joonsoo KIM USA 23 S
Max LAKE USA 23 S
Peter LIU USA 23 S
Maxim NAUMOV USA 23 S
Camden PULKINEN USA 23 S
Eric SJOBERG USA 23 S
Andrew TORGASHEV USA 23 S
Dinh TRAN USA 23 S
Alex WELLMAN USA 23 S
Jonathan YANG USA 23 S
Paul YEUNG USA 23 S

Junior Ladies
1 Lara ROTH AUT 1
Jasmin ELSEBAIE AUT 1 S
Sophie-Laureen GUENTHER AUT 1 S
Olga MIKUTINA AUT 1 S
Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 1 S
Sophia SCHALLER AUT 1 S
2 Ekaterina RYABOVA AZE 2
3 Neira KISO BIH 3
4 Kristina GRIGOROVA BUL 4
Ivelina BAYCHEVA BUL 4 S
Eliza PANCHEVA BUL 4 S
5 Aurora COTOP CAN 5
Sarah-Maude BLANCHARD CAN 5 S
Catherine CARLE CAN 5 S
Daria CARR CAN 5 S
Hannah DAWSON CAN 5 S
Olivia GRAN CAN 5 S
Amelia ORZEL CAN 5 S
Madeline SCHIZAS CAN 5 S
Alison SCHUMACHER CAN 5 S
6 Megan LY TPE 6
7 Hana CVIJANOVIC CRO 7
Katarina KITAROVIC CRO 7 S
Hana KOSIC CRO 7 S
Patricia SKOPANCIC CRO 7 S
8 Nikola RYCHTARIKOVA CZE 8
Katerina FRICOVA CZE 8 S
Michaela Lucie HANZLIKOVA CZE 8 S
Aneta JANICZKOVA CZE 8 S
Daniela KO CZE 8 S
Klara STEPANOVA CZE 8 S
9 Kristina SHKULETA-GROMOVA EST 9
Eva Lotta KIIBUS EST 9 S
Niina PETROKINA EST 9 S
Annely VAHI EST 9 S
10 Selma VALITALO FIN 10
Enja RUOKONEN FIN 10 S
Vera STOLT FIN 10 S
Sofia SULA FIN 10 S
Milania VAANANEN FIN 10 S
11 Anna Dea GULBIANI-SCHMIDT GEO 11
Mariami MESHVELIANI GEO 11 S
12 Lea Johanna DASTICH GER 12
Elodie EUDINE GER 12 S
Ann-Christin MAROLD GER 12 S
13 Anna LITVINENKO GBR 13
Victoria MCMAHON GBR 13 S
Kristen SPOURS GBR 13 S
Anastasia VAIPAN-LAW GBR 13 S
14 Elisavet VOULGARI GRE 14
15 Yi Christy LEUNG HKG 15
16 Dora NAGY HUN 16
Emese CSISZER HUN 16 S
Julia LANG HUN 16 S
Regina SCHERMANN HUN 16 S
17 Maya GORODNITSKY ISR 17
18 Elisabetta LECCARDI ITA 18
Lucrezia BECCARI ITA 18 S
Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 18 S
Marina PIREDDA ITA 18 S
Alessia TORNAGHI ITA 18 S
19 Moa IWANO JPN 19
20 Shiika YOSHIOKA JPN 19
Yuna AOKI JPN 19 S
Nana ARAKI JPN 19 S
Tomoe KAWABATA JPN 19 S
Sora MAENO JPN 19 S
Rion SUMIYOSHI JPN 19 S
Riko TAKINO JPN 19 S
Kinayu YOKOI JPN 19 S
Yuhana YOKOI JPN 19 S
21 Veronika SHEVELEVA KAZ 20
Alana TOKTAROVA KAZ 20 S
22 Selina KANEDA LTU 21
Dominyka MOLEVICIUTE LTU 21 S
23 Gemma MARSHALL LUX 22
24 Klimentina MALEEVSKA MKD 23
Mia NIKOLOVSKA MKD 23 S
25 Kyarha VAN TIEL NED 24
Lenne VAN GORP NED 24 S
26 Haein LEE KOR 25
27 Seungbeen YU KOR 25
Gyohee JEON KOR 25 S
Subeen JEON KOR 25 S
Minseung KIM KOR 25 S
28 Anna TARUSINA RUS 26
29 Alexandra TRUSOVA RUS 26
Ksenia CHISTIAKOVA RUS 26 S
Anastasiia GUBANOVA RUS 26 S
Anastasiia GULIAKOVA RUS 26 S
Alena KANYSHEVA RUS 26 S
Anastasia KOSTYUK RUS 26 S
Kseniia SINITSYNA RUS 26 S
Anastasia TARAKANOVA RUS 26 S
Viktoria VASILIEVA RUS 26 S
30 Darja MIJATOVIC SRB 27
Zona APOSTOLOVIC SRB 27 S
Nevena MIHAJLOVIC SRB 27 S
Mina MIRCETIC SRB 27 S
Leona ROGIC SRB 27 S
31 Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 28
Ema DOBOSZOVA SVK 28 S
Silvia HUGEC SVK 28 S
32 Ana CMER SLO 29
33 Nina POLSAK SLO 29
34 Nea SMOLEJ SLO 29
Lara HROVAT SLO 29 S
35 Selma IHR SWE 30
Cassandra JOHANSSON SWE 30 S
Emelie NORDQVIST SWE 30 S
Smilla SZALKAI SWE 30 S
36 Ilayda BAYAR TUR 31
37 Maryna ZHDANOVYCH UKR 32
Anastasiia ARKHIPOVA UKR 32 S
Anna RAKOVYCH UKR 32 S
Varvara ROMADINOVA UKR 32 S
38 Audrey SHIN USA 33 (provisional as she competes this week in LTU)
Maxine BAUTISTA USA 33 S
Emma COPPESS USA 33 S
Ting CUI USA 33 S
Hanna HARRELL USA 33 S
Angelina HUANG USA 33 S
Gabriella IZZO USA 33 S
Sarah JUNG USA 33 S
Pooja KALYAN USA 33 S
Ashley LIN USA 33 S
Emilia MURDOCK USA 33 S
Akari NAKAHARA USA 33 S
Kaitlyn NGUYEN USA 33 S
Jenna SHI USA 33 S

Junior Ice Dance
1 Marina PHILIPPOVA / Vadym KRAVTSOV AUT 1
2 Yana BUGA / Georgy POKHILYUK AZE 2
3 Natalie D'ALESSANDRO / Bruce WADDELL CAN 3
4 Ellie FISHER / Simon-Pierre MALETTE-PAQUETTE CAN 3
Nadiia BASHYNSKA / Peter BEAUMONT CAN 3 S
Amelia BOONE / Malcolm KOWAN CAN 3 S
Alicia FABBRI / Paul AYER CAN 3 S
Irina GALIYANOVA / Grayson LOCHHEAD CAN 3 S
Marjorie LAJOIE / Zachary LAGHA CAN 3 S
Miku MAKITA / Tyler GUNARA CAN 3 S
Ashlynne STAIRS / Elliott GRAHAM CAN 3 S
5 Darja NETJAGA / Marko Jevgeni GAIDAJENKO EST 4
Tatjana BUNINA / Ivan KUZNETSOV EST 4 S
Gioia PUCCI / Kevin OJALA EST 4 S
Viktoria SEMENJUK / Artur GRUZDEV EST 4 S
6 Natacha LAGOUGE / Corentin RAHIER FRA 5
Loicia DEMOUGEOT / Theo LE MERCIER FRA 5 S
Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 5 S
Lila-Maya SECLET MONCHOT / Renan MANCEAU FRA 5 S
Lou TERREAU / Noe PERRON FRA 5 S
7 Charise MATTHAEI / Maximilian PFISTERER GER 6
Lara LUFT / Asaf KAZIMOV GER 6 S
Amanda PETERSON / Stephano Valentino SCHUSTER GER 6 S
Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 6 S
8 Emily ROSE BROWN / James HERNANDEZ GBR 7
Sasha FEAR / George WADDELL GBR 7 S
9 Sophia SIMITSAKOS / Jeffrey WONG GRE 8
10 Villö MARTON / Danyil SEMKO HUN 9
11 Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 10
12 Francesca RIGHI / Aleksei DUBROVIN ITA 11
Sara CAMPANINI / Francesco RIVA ITA 11 S
Giulia TUBA / Andrea TUBA ITA 11 S
13 Elizaveta SHANAEVA / Devid NARYZHNYY RUS 12
14 Sofia SHEVCHENKO / Igor EREMENKO RUS 12
Ekaterina ANDREEVA / Ivan DESYATOV RUS 12 S
Diana DAVIS / Gleb SMOLKIN RUS 12 S
Polina IVANENKO / Daniil KARPOV RUS 12 S
Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Nikita NAZAROV RUS 12 S
Ksenia KONKINA / Alexander VAKHNOV RUS 12 S
Eva KUTS / Dmitrii MIKHAILOV RUS 12 S
Angelina LAZAREVA / Maksim PROKOFIEV RUS 12 S
Arina USHAKOVA / Maxim NEKRASOV RUS 12 S
15 Darya POPOVA / Volodymyr BYELIKOV UKR 13
Anna CHERNIAVSKA / Volodymyr GOROVYY UKR 13 S
Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROV UKR 13 S
Sofiia LYZOHUB / Danylo YEFREMENKO UKR 13 S
16 Alina EFIMOVA / Alexander PETROV USA 14 (JGP debut)
17 Avonley NGUYEN / Vadym KOLESNIK USA 14 (they compete this week in LTU)
Isabella AMOIA / Luca BECKER USA 14 S
Oona BROWN / Gage BROWN USA 14 S
Katarina DELCAMP / Maxwell GART USA 14 S
Sophia ELDER / Christopher ELDER USA 14 S
Caroline GREEN / Gordon GREEN USA 14 S
Eliana GROPMAN / Ian SOMERVILLE USA 14 S
Emma GUNTER / Caleb WEIN USA 14 S
Jocelyn HAINES / James KOSZUTA USA 14 S
Katarina WOLFKOSTIN / Howard ZHAO USA 14 S
 
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D'Alessandro/Waddell, who competed last week, are currently listed as competitors, not subs, for both Canada and Slovenia - so one of them will need to be changed.
 
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Ostrava changes:
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OUT Hilary Elizabeth ASHER / Luthra NISHCHAY IND
His name is Nishchay LUTHRA (ISU bio has it reversed: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00106075.htm )
They also WD from Linz, Austria last week but she had listed herself on IPS before then. I started a thread about him in GSD last year and had posted about their new pairs partnership earlier this summer... too bad it didn't work out. :(
 

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Greetings from Barcelona y'all

Wow Trusova beat all the men at this stop

Russia is going to have many finalists advancing to the final

Has anyone seen the short program of Lucrezia? I hope The program is as delicious as last year. You know I loves me some Lucrezia.

I know I have asked already but are the greens not competing????? I've checked the schedule and I do not see their names Entered still anywhere
 
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The Greens are scheduled for Czech Republic.


The men were pretty disappointing all around. I fully expect 4-5 of the ladies qualifying to the final to be from Russia.
Lucrezia was great (except the jumps). :)
 

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There’s no rule.

I think all 6 pairs is most likely; the Russian teams have all been way ahead.

Only if they sub out Kvartalova/Sviatchenko, they will have 5 at most. Pepeleva/Pleshkov only had the one event.
 

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I think Young You might be the spoiler to a Russian sweep of the ladies entrants into the JGPF.
 

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There’s no rule.

I think all 6 pairs is most likely; the Russian teams have all been way ahead.
That depends how the Russian federation spreads the assignments. There is only 12 spots per country in the JGP pairs events. If they spread those spots between 6 pairs, each of them two spots, then there could be fully Russian JGPF. But in the past they often spread it among seven pairs to give more pairs to have international experience, which means only 5 pairs has two spots and the remaining two pairs have only one spot. So then there can be only five pairs in JGPF.

Similarly in ladies; there is 14 spots. If they split it among seven or eight skaters, then there is a chance. If they spread it among nine or more skaters like last year, there won’t be a chance of fully Russian JGPF because only five or even less will have two events.

The federation has to balance giving opportunities and skaters development with having fully Russian JGPF. Having fully Russian JGPF may sound good, but then it may happen that someone will have to be sent to junior worlds without having any proper international experience (if the skater places well at the junior nationals) and that would be quite risky. So it makes sense wanting more skaters to do JGP events. Besides, I don’t think the federation cares about fifth or sixth placement at JGPF. They care about medals, anything worse is just a failure for them.
 

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Only if they sub out Kvartalova/Sviatchenko, they will have 5 at most. Pepeleva/Pleshkov only had the one event.
After seeing their first competition (only SP), I wouldn’t be surprised if they wanted to replace Kvartalova/Sviatchenko with Labazina/Rakhmanin. Mind you, K/S still have to skate the FS this afternoon so maybe the yesterday skate was just a bad day. They may do better today.
 

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I expect that Russia wants ladies sweep.

I don't follow pairs that much so I don't know about that.

Has a sweep ever been done? Years ago, the US ladies got 1-2-3 but has one country ever gotten all of the final slots.
 

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So do countries really pull skaters from their second event if they did not do well in their first event? Why did Ryan dunk get pulled? Will he still get another appointment
 

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USFS tells skaters that they are not confirmed for a second JGP unless they have been notified by them directly. Names often have to be submitted to the ISU before the results of first assignments are known. Dunk did well in his first JGP and may still get a 2nd later. ETA: Kang has not finished competing in LTU so his name entered for Ostrava is a placeholder for now.

DobrinFan, just curious why the names you're listing are links from deep-edge.net?
 
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USFS tells skaters that they are not confirmed for a second JGP unless they have been notified by them directly. Names often have to be submitted to the ISU before the results of first assignments are known. Dunk did well in his first JGP and may still get a 2nd later.

DobrinFan, just curious why the names you're listing are links from deep-edge.net?

Copy and paste, and it copies the link. I get everything from here http://deep-edge.net/rireki.php
Not allowed?
 

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I fully expect Russia to get all six ladies spots. Young You has been one of the strongest non-Russian skaters this season, but 3rd in her first event doesn't bode well for making the final. Now that's not to say that Russia won't have gotten some help to accomplish that. The scoring of the second Russians have included some quite generous PCS marking so far. For example, Taurasina lost the TES mark to Yokoi and You in the Slovakia LP, but had higher PCS marks. :huh:

If Nana Araki is recovered from her illness and gets two of the later JGPs, she's about the only non-Russian left who could potentially make the final.

ETA: Or if Russia sends fewer than 6 girls to two assignments, as @hanca mentioned above, we could have a real fight on our hands for spot #6 between Japanese and Korean skaters.
 
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concorde

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USFS tells skaters that they are not confirmed for a second JGP unless they have been notified by them directly. Names often have to be submitted to the ISU before the results of first assignments are known.

Do you think the US will give the 3 ladies a 2nd chance or will they substitute in a new lady?

I am thinking that 50/50 Ting may get a second chance. I expect substitutions for the other two. Why not give at least 2 more Junior ladies some international experience.
 

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So do countries really pull skaters from their second event if they did not do well in their first event?

Some do. Others take the not unreasonable position that if you competed for those places at a test skate and won them, they're yours unless injury or some other unforeseen event takes you out of the competition, which is an attitude I have to say I prefer.
 
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