2019/20 Junior Grand Prix pre-season news & discussion thread

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Junior Men
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No. Name Nation
1 Luc MAIERHOFER AUT 1
2 Yauhenii PUZANAU BLR 2
Mikalai KAZLOU BLR 2 S
Alexander LEBEDEV BLR 2 S
Yakau ZENKO BLR 2 S
3 Alexander ZLATKOV BUL 3
Vassil DIMITROV BUL 3 S
Radoslav MARINOV BUL 3 S
4 Eric LIU CAN 4
5 Joseph PHAN CAN 4
Wesley CHIU CAN 4 S
Corey CIRCELLI CAN 4 S
6 Lucas STRZELEC DEN 5
7 Aleksandr SELEVKO EST 6
Arlet LEVANDI EST 6 S
Mihhail SELEVKO EST 6 S
8 Tom BOUVART FRA 7
Yann FRECHON FRA 7 S
Francois PITOT FRA 7 S
Corentin SPINAR FRA 7 S
9 Denis GURDZHI GER 8
Tim ENGLAND GER 8 S
Florian PASCHKE GER 8 S
Nikita STAROSTIN GER 8 S
Louis WEISSERT GER 8 S
10 Edward APPLEBY GBR 9
Joseph Alexander ZAKIPOUR GBR 9 S
11 Lev VINOKUR ISR 10
Mark GORODNITSKY ISR 10 S
Nikita KOVALENKO ISR 10 S
12 Daniel GRASSL ITA 11
Filippo CLERICI ITA 11 S
Nikolaj MEMOLA ITA 11 S
13 Kao MIURA JPN 12
Yuma KAGIYAMA JPN 12 S
Sena MIYAKE JPN 12 S
14 Nikita MANKO KAZ 13
Rakhat BRALIN KAZ 13 S
Dias JIRENBAYEV KAZ 13 S
15 Kims Georgs PAVLOVS LAT 14
16 Kornel WITKOWSKI POL 15
Egor KHLOPKOV POL 15 S
17 Sihyeong LEE KOR 16
Younghyun CHA KOR 16 S
Jaeseok KYEONG KOR 16 S
Sunghoon PARK KOR 16 S
18 Andrei MOZALEV RUS 17
19 Daniil SAMSONOV RUS 17
Artur DANIELIAN RUS 17 S
Petr GUMENNIK RUS 17 S
Artem KOVALEV RUS 17 S
Georgy KUNITSA RUS 17 S
Andrei KUTOVOI RUS 17 S
Gleb LUTFULLIN RUS 17 S
Egor RUKHIN RUS 17 S
Matvei VETLUGIN RUS 17 S
20 Evan WRENSCH RSA 18
21 Oliver PRAETORIUS SWE 19
Jonathan EGYPTSON SWE 19 S
Casper JOHANSSON SWE 19 S
Andreas NORDEBACK SWE 19 S
Daniel SEIDEL SWE 19 S
22 Basar OKTAR TUR 20
Alp Eren OZKAN TUR 20 S
23 Andrey KOKURA UKR 21
Ivan SHMURATKO UKR 21 S
Hlib SMOTROV UKR 21 S
24 Liam KAPEIKIS USA 22
25 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 22
Lucas ALTIERI USA 22 S
Goku ENDO USA 22 S
Eric PROBER USA 22 S
Dinh TRAN USA 22 S
26 Azizmurod SHABAZOV UZB 23

Junior Ladies
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No. Name Nation
1 Olga MIKUTINA AUT 1
Jasmin ELSEBAIE AUT 1 S
Dorotea PARTONJIC AUT 1 S
Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 1 S
2 Beverly WOODEN AZE 2
3 Aliaksandra CHEPELEVA BLR 3
Milana RAMASHOVA BLR 3 S
Karina SIDARENKA BLR 3 S
4 Maria LEVUSHKINA BUL 4
Ivelina BAYCHEVA BUL 4 S
Kristina GRIGOROVA BUL 4 S
Maria ILINOVA BUL 4 S
5 Kaiya RUITER CAN 5 (2019 Novice champ at 12; good to see her 13th birthday was before July 1st)
Amelia ORZEL CAN 5 S
6 Ekaterina LUNEVA CYP 6
Giorgia Isabella SECHI CYP 6 S
7 Maia SORENSEN DEN 7
Catharina Victoria PETERSEN DEN 7 S
8 Niina PETROKINA EST 8
Eva Lotta KIIBUS EST 8 S
Nataly LANGERBAUR EST 8 S
Karoliine RAUDSEPP EST 8 S
Annely VAHI EST 8 S
9 Laura KARHUNEN FIN 9
Linnea CEDER FIN 9 S
Olivia LISKO FIN 9 S
Vera STOLT FIN 9 S
Sofia SULA FIN 9 S
10 Oceane PIEGAD FRA 10
Anna KUZMENKO FRA 10 S
Maia MAZZARA FRA 10 S
Lorine SCHILD FRA 10 S
Sophie SPRUNG FRA 10 S
11 Maria Aimee RENNE GER 11
Elodie EUDINE GER 11 S
Kristina ISAEV GER 11 S
Nargiz SULEYMANOVA GER 11 S
12 Genevieve SOMERVILLE GBR 12
Anna LITVINENKO GBR 12 S
13 Elisavet VOULGARI GRE 13
14 Tsin Nam Nicole CHAN HKG 14
Jada Emily CHUI HKG 14 S
15 Regina SCHERMANN HUN 15
Emese CSISZER HUN 15 S
Zoe GAL HUN 15 S
Lili KRIZSANOVSZKI HUN 15 S
Julia LANG HUN 15 S
Dora NAGY HUN 15 S
Bernadett SZIGETI HUN 15 S
16 Elizabeth GOLDING IRL 16
17 Ivetta BERKOVICH ISR 17
Maya GORODNITSKY ISR 17 S
Nelli IOFFE ISR 17 S
Viktoriia IUSHCHENKOVA ISR 17 S
18 Rino MATSUIKE JPN 18
19 Rion SUMIYOSHI JPN 18
Moa IWANO JPN 18 S
Chisato URAMATSU JPN 18 S
20 Alana TOKTAROVA KAZ 19
Azhar ZHUMAKHANOVA KAZ 19 S
21 Anastasija KONGA LAT 20
22 Anete LACE LAT 20
23 Arina SOMOVA LAT 20
24 Paulina RAMANAUSKAITE LTU 21
Jogaile AGLINSKYTE LTU 21 S
25 Lenne VAN GORP NED 22
Lindsay VAN ZUNDERT NED 22 S
26 Jocelyn HONG NZL 23
Danielle GEBSER NZL 23 S
27 Mia Caroline RISA GOMEZ NOR 24
Frida Turiddotter BERGE NOR 24 S
Linnea Sophie Kolstad KILSAND NOR 24 S
28 Ekaterina KURAKOVA POL 25
29 Haein LEE KOR 26
Hyun Soo LEE KOR 26 S
Boin MOON KOR 26 S
Chaeeun WON KOR 26 S
30 Kamila VALIEVA RUS 27
31 Viktoria VASILIEVA RUS 27
Anna FROLOVA RUS 27 S
Alena KANYSHEVA RUS 27 S
Maiia KHROMYKH RUS 27 S
Kseniia SINITSYNA RUS 27 S
Anna TARUSINA RUS 27 S
Daria USACHEVA RUS 27 S
32 Gian-Quen ISAACS RSA 28
33 Emelie LING SWE 29
Julia BROVALL SWE 29 S
Selma IHR SWE 29 S
Tova LANTZ HARARI SWE 29 S
Emelie NORDQVIST SWE 29 S
34 Anastasiia ARKHIPOVA UKR 30
Anna IVANCHENKO UKR 30 S
Kseniia KLYMENKO UKR 30 S
Maryna ZHDANOVYCH UKR 30 S
35 Isabelle INTHISONE USA 31
36 Gabriella IZZO USA 31
Calista CHOI USA 31 S
Ellen SLAVICEK USA 31 S
Lindsay THORNGREN USA 31 S
37 Diana RAKHMANKULOVA UZB 32
Niginabonu JAMOLIDDINOVA UZB 32 S
Alyona MEZENTSEVA UZB 32 S
Laziza SALIEVA UZB 32 S
Darya SVOBODINA UZB 32 S

Junior Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Elizaveta NOVIK / Oleksandr KUKHAREVSKYI BLR 1
Daniela MOLCHAN / Andrey PETRUKOVICH BLR 1 S
Karina SIDARENKA / Maksim YALENICH BLR 1 S
2 Elvira NIKOLOVA / Dane Francis AYERS BUL 2
3 Natalie D'ALESSANDRO / Bruce WADDELL CAN 3
4 Isabel MCQUILKIN / Jacob PORTZ CAN 3
Sophia KAGOLOVSKAYA / Kieran MACDONALD CAN 3 S
Olivia MCISAAC / Corey CIRCELLI CAN 3 S
5 Angelina KUDRYAVTSEVA / Ilia KARANKEVICH CYP 4
6 Elisabeta KORINKOVA / Tomas MORAVEC CZE 5
Denisa CIMLOVA / Vilem HLAVSA CZE 5 S
Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 5 S
7 Darja NETJAGA / Marko Jevgeni GAIDAJENKO EST 6
Katerina BUNINA / Artur GRUZDEV EST 6 S
Tatjana BUNINA / Ivan KUZNETSOV EST 6 S
8 Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 7
Eva BERNARD / Tom JOCHUM FRA 7 S
Emily BRATTI / Mathieu COUYRAS FRA 7 S
Loicia DEMOUGEOT / Theo LE MERCIER FRA 7 S
Celina FRADJI / Jean-Hans FOURNEAUX FRA 7 S
Lou TERREAU / Noe PERRON FRA 7 S
9 Maria KAZAKOVA / Georgy REVIYA GEO 8
10 Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 9
Lea ENDERLEIN / Malte BRANDT GER 9 S
Lara LUFT / Stephano Valentino SCHUSTER GER 9 S
11 Erin GILLIES / Joshua TARRY GBR 10
Lucy HANCOCK / Billy WILSON-FRENCH GBR 10 S
Emily PHILLIPS / Jayin PANESAR GBR 10 S
12 Villo MARTON / Danyil SEMKO HUN 11
Katica KEDVES / Fedor SHARONOV HUN 11 S
13 Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 12
14 Oliwia BOROWSKA / Filip BOJANOWSKI POL 13
15 Jeongeun JEON / Sungmin CHOI KOR 14
16 Angelina LAZAREVA / Maksim PROKOFIEV RUS 15
17 Sofya TYUTYUNINA / Alexander SHUSTITSKIY RUS 15
Ekaterina KATASHINSKAIA / Aleksandr VASKOVICH RUS 15 S
Irina KHAVRONINA / Dario CIRISANO RUS 15 S
Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Andrey FILATOV RUS 15 S
18 Martina ROSSI / Adriano ROSSI ESP 16
19 Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROV UKR 17
Anna CHERNIAVSKA / Oleg MURATOV UKR 17 S
Sofiia LYZOHUB / Danylo YEFREMENKO UKR 17 S
Anastasiia SAMMEL / Mykyta POGORIELOV UKR 17 S
20 Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROV USA 18
Ella ALES / Daniel TSARIK USA 18 S
Oona BROWN / Gage BROWN USA 18 S
Anna LAVROVA / Maxwell GART USA 18 S
Avonley NGUYEN / Vadym KOLESNIK USA 18 S
Elizabeth TKACHENKO / Alexei KILIAKOV USA 18 S
Katarina WOLFKOSTIN / Jeffrey CHEN USA 18 S
21 Arina PAVLISHCHUK / Alexandr KUROPATKA UZB 19

S - Substitute Entry

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I guess USFS doesn't expect that to happen.

Oh how lovely Kaiya is heading there she is such a talented skater and looks ready based on her performance in Alberta.
 

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If anyone was wondering what change was made to the Lake Placid ladies' list on August 7, the only thing I noted was that Dora NAGY was removed from the group of Hungary's substitutes.
 

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Orm Irian

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JGP France: Noémie Bodenstein replaces Anna La Porta for Switzerland in ladies singles. (Swiss test skates were held on Saturday. No change to their JGP Lake Placid entry: it's still Nicole Wigger.)

ETA: Also at JGP France, Leon Ausburg replaces Noah Bodenstein for Switzerland, which is unexpected: the siblings tend to be assigned the same competitions.
 
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GER team for JGP FRA changed:
Gurdzhi for Starostin
Suleymanova for Eudine
Luft/Schuster for Wolf/Liebers
 

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In lieu of actually updating their events page (which is now two JGPs behind :gallopin1 ), Skate Canada has apparently decided to make announcements via this countdown they're doing to the start of the JGP season. In today's entry, Bronsard/Bouaraguia's second dance assignment is JGP Croatia.

Well it seems like they know where everybody is going. They should update their page :soapbox:

But at least they gave Phan's assignments first!
 

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The current known Canadian dance assignments:

France
1. Bronsard/Bouaraguia
2. McIsaac/Circelli

USA
1. Galiyanova/Lochhead
2. Makita/Gunara

Latvia
1. D'Alessandro/Waddell
2. McQuilkin/Portz

Russia
1. Bashynska/Beaumont
2. ??

Poland
1. ??
2. ??

Croatia
1. Bashynska/Beaumont
2. Bronsard/Bouraguia

Italy
1. D'Alessandro/Waddell
2. ??

Makita/Gunara, Galiyanova/Lochhead, and McIsaac/Circelli all seem like locks for three of the remaining spaces, then there's the fourth that is a wildcard.
 

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The US has listed some entries for Russia:

Ladies
  • Audrey Shin
  • Kate Wang

Dance
  • Brown/Brown
  • Wolfkostin/Chen

No pairs or men listed yet.
 

Colonel Green

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Dance
  • Brown/Brown
  • Wolfkostin/Chen
This surprised me, I admit. W/C, especially, are probably the USA's second-best junior team based on domestic comps; that's a really strong push at a Russian home event where there will be three Russian teams, and you'd figure at least two of them will be drawn from the very best.

But then, the USFSA just gave up a dance spot for no damn reason, so strategy = :gallopin1.
 

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This surprised me, I admit. W/C, especially, are probably the USA's second-best junior team based on domestic comps; that's a really strong push at a Russian home event where there will be three Russian teams, and you'd figure at least two of them will be drawn from the very best.

But then, the USFSA just gave up a dance spot for no damn reason, so strategy = :gallopin1.
I thought the same. USFSA kind of through them under the bus
 

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This surprised me, I admit. W/C, especially, are probably the USA's second-best junior team based on domestic comps; that's a really strong push at a Russian home event where there will be three Russian teams, and you'd figure at least two of them will be drawn from the very best.

But then, the USFSA just gave up a dance spot for no damn reason, so strategy = :gallopin1.
Anyway, W/C are probably not ready for the top placements at the International level just yet. Maybe next year if Chen does not leave for school.
 

her grace

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This surprised me, I admit. W/C, especially, are probably the USA's second-best junior team based on domestic comps; that's a really strong push at a Russian home event where there will be three Russian teams, and you'd figure at least two of them will be drawn from the very best.

But then, the USFSA just gave up a dance spot for no damn reason, so strategy = :gallopin1.

I figure they want to see Brown/Brown and Wolfkostin/Chen go head-to-head in an international event.

Still nothing for DelCamp/Somerville. :confused:

And how dare Russia move Kanysheva. I was so excited to see her at the first event! :mitchell:
 

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I figure they want to see Brown/Brown and Wolfkostin/Chen go head-to-head in an international event.

Still nothing for DelCamp/Somerville. :confused:

And how dare Russia move Kanysheva. I was so excited to see her at the first event! :mitchell:
Strategic move. Russia tries to ensure the maximum number of skaters at the JGPF. They will move skaters around all through the season. I never pay too much attention to the early scheduling because it always changes.
 

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Not sure this is good for Khromykh. I don't think she is ready.
I don’t think she was as strong as Valieva, Kanysheva, Usacheva and Sinitsina, so maybe it is good that she is getting at least one event now, because later on the winners will be getting their second events and she could be left without one. I don’t think Kanysheva and Usacheva will be left without one.
 

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I don’t think she was as strong as Valieva, Kanysheva, Usacheva and Sinitsina, so maybe it is good that she is getting at least one event now, because later on the winners will be getting their second events and she could be left without one. I don’t think Kanysheva and Usacheva will be left without one.
I agree. I imagine Russia doesn't want to put their strongest ladies all together. I do think Kromykh is ready. She had a good SP. The LP had some errors but it wasn't bad. Russia's crop is not as strong as last year.
 

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This surprised me, I admit. W/C, especially, are probably the USA's second-best junior team based on domestic comps; that's a really strong push at a Russian home event where there will be three Russian teams, and you'd figure at least two of them will be drawn from the very best.

But then, the USFSA just gave up a dance spot for no damn reason, so strategy = :gallopin1.
I don’t get the logic about sending good teams to weaker events just to place well. That is like saying I should take an easier course to improve my gpa. And jgp placements don’t always match what happens at jr worlds

And considering it is just one spot that is returned, the amount of angst is out of proportion imho. USFs has made worse decisions with fewer complaints.
 

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It made no sense to name no second team to Latvia. But since USFSA didn't, it makes good sense to assign Wolfkostin & Chen to Russia.

Top 3 U.S. junior teams' scores this summer were Nguyen & Kolesnik, Wolfkostin & Chen, and DelCamp & Somerville. (I'll note that Cesanek & Yehorov are wildcards at the moment as they only did Lake Placid International and haven't gone up against any of these teams head-to-head this summer. It's possible they could surprise W&C or D&S head-to-head. They did defeat the Browns at LPI).

DelCamp & Somerville are on no JGP lists yet. That means a potential 4 spots required for the top 3 scoring U.S. junior teams from this summer (1 for N&K, 1 for W&C, and 2 for D&S). And only 4 events left for assignments. It makes sense for one of these teams to go to Russia because otherwise two would have to go to the same event & could cancel each other out in the standings.

(Probably D&S couldn't get the visa in time to go, though W&C don't really have any argument over them as far as preferred events go--as D&S defeated them in the head-to-head at Lake Placid).


*Also with Ushakova & Nekrasov's recovery process up in the air, it is possible that the final events on the JGP could be stacked more heavily than the event in Russia. But it's also possible U&N could be back in time for the Russian JGP or not make it back at all. It will be interesting to see if they are on the list tomorrow.
 
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