2021 Worlds Pre-Official Entry Lists

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Just for fun, I took @tony 's list in post 43 and ranked the pair teams based on their highest international score this season (or last season if no mark). Here's what I have:

Boikova / Kozlovskii RUS - 232.56, 20/21 Rostelecom
Sui / Han CHN - 228.37, 19/20 Cup of China
Mishina / Galliamov RUS - 225.80, 20/21 Rostelecom
Peng / Jin CHN - 223.90, 20/21 Cup of China
Tarasova / Morozov RUS - 217.85, 20/21 Challenge Cup
Scimeca Knierim / Frazier USA - 214.77, 20/21 Skate America
Moore-Towers / Marinaro CAN - 210.35, 19/20 Nebelhorn
Della Monica / Guarise ITA - 194.44, 19/20 Europeans
Cain-Gribble / LeDuc USA - 189.23, 20/21 Skate America
Ziegler / Kiefer AUT - 186.80, 19/20 Challenge Cup
Ryom / Kim PRK - 183.02, 19/20 Nebelhorn
Hocke / Kunkel GER - 180.48, 20/21 NRW Trophy
Miura / Kihara JPN - 179.94, 19/20 NHK Trophy
Walsh / Michaud CAN - 177.58, 19/20 Four Continents
Wang / Huang CHN - 175.40, 20/21 Cup of China
Jones / Boyadji GBR - 169.89, 19/20 Bavarian Open
Chtcheitnina / Magyar HUN - 169.21, 20/21 Challenge Cup
Zhuk / Bidar CZE - 163.11, 20/21 Challenge Cup
Lukashevich / Stepanov BLR - 157.95, 20/21 Ice Star
Keriven / Pierre FRA - 155.45, 20/21 Challenge Cup
Ghilardi / Ambrosini ITA - 154.61, 20/21 Nebelhorn
Vernikov / Krasnopolski ISR - 146.12, 20/21 Skate America
Petranovic / Souza Kordeiru CRO - 144.73, 19/20 Golden Spin
Hamon / Strekalin FRA - 144.06, 20/21 Nebelhorn
Danilova / Tsiba NED - 137.10, 20/21 Challenge Cup
Metelkina / Parkman GEO - no mark
Holichenko / Darenskyi UKR - no mark
 

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It's pretty likely at least 39 of the 43 ladies on the list are actually going to Worlds, I'm really not sure about three of them. But either way, the groupings would look like this:

(Final) Group 7 with 42 or less, Group 8 with 43:
Rika Kihira
Bradie Tennell
Anna Shcherbakova
Alexandra Trusova
Kaori Sakamoto
Satoko Miyahara

(Penultimate) Group 6 or Group 7:
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Ekaterina Ryabova (!)
Yelim Kim
Alexia Paganini
Nicole Schott (!)
Eva-Lotta Kiibus (!)

Second Half Earlier Groups:
Alexandra Feigin
Haein Lee
Mae-Berenice Meite
Ekaterina Kurakova
(Yi Christy Leung if she competes)
Kailani Craine
Alina Urushadze
Karen Chen
Lara Naki Gutmann
--
In a field of 43, Eliska Brezinova also makes this. 42 or lower, she's in the first half (unless Leung is out). If 40 or lower, Gutmann is in first half unless Leung doesn't compete. Bla bla. Complicated formula there.

First Half, Later Group 1, Rest of First-Half Groups:
Hongyi Chen
Dasa Grm
Natasha McKay
Anastasiya Galustyan
Jenni Saarinen
Viktoriia Safonova
Olga Mikutina
Loena Hendrickx
(Alisson Krystle Perticheto If she competes)
(Isadora Williams If she competes)
Emily Bausback
Josefin Taljegard
Angelina Kuchvalska
Madeline Schizas
Anastasiia Arkhipova
Nelli Ioffe
Elzbieta Kropa
Julia Lang

First Group, First 3 Skaters:
Emmy Ma
Emilea Zingas
Lindsay Van Zundert
 
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For men I'm pretty sure that all of them are likely to show up except Julian Yee - I have no idea if he's still training competitively.

In that case, 35 or 36 skaters, 18 in second half, and 6 groups:

Group 6:
Yuzuru Hanyu
Nathan Chen
Matteo Rizzo
Jason Brown
Daniel Grassl
Morisi Kvitelashvili

Group 5:
Shoma Uno
Junhwan Cha
Boyang Jin
Keegan Messing
Kevin Aymoz
Deniss Vassiljevs

Group 4:
Michal Brezina
Vincent Zhou
Yuma Kagiyama
Brendan Kerry
Vladimir Litvintsev
Aleksandr Selevko

First Half:

Group 1, 2, and 3:

Mikhail Kolyada (!)
Alexei Bychenko
Ivan Shmuratko
Paul Fentz
Maurizio Zandron
Slavik Hayrapetyan
Nikolai Majorov
Burak Demirboga
Lukas Britschgi
Han Yan
Larry Loupolover
(Julian Zhi Jie Yee if he competes)
Peter James Hallam
Valtter Virtanen
Konstantin Milyukov
Donovan Carrillo
Evgeni Semenenko
Mikhail Shaidorov

All men have ranking points, so Kolyada could potentially even skate first. :eek:
 

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It's pretty likely at least 39 of the 43 ladies on the list are actually going to Worlds, I'm really not sure about three of them. But either way, the groupings would look like this:

(Final) Group 7 with 42 or less, Group 8 with 43:
Rika Kihira
Bradie Tennell
Anna Shcherbakova
Alexandra Trusova
Kaori Sakamoto
Satoko Miyahara

(Penultimate) Group 6 or Group 7:
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Ekaterina Ryabova (!)
Yelim Kim
Alexia Paganini
Nicole Schott (!)
Eva-Lotta Kiibus (!)

Second Half Earlier Groups:
Alexandra Feigin
Haein Lee
Mae-Berenice Meite
Ekaterina Kurakova
(Yi Christy Leung if she competes)
Kailani Craine
Alina Urushadze
Karen Chen
Lara Naki Gutmann
--
In a field of 43, Eliska Brezinova also makes this. 42 or lower, she's in the first half (unless Leung is out). If 40 or lower, Gutmann is in first half unless Leung doesn't compete. Bla bla. Complicated formula there.

First Half, Later Group 1, Rest of First-Half Groups:
Hongyi Chen
Dasa Grm
Natasha McKay
Anastasiya Galustyan
Jenni Saarinen
Viktoriia Safonova
Olga Mikutina
Loena Hendrickx
(Alisson Krystle Perticheto If she competes)
(Isadora Williams If she competes)
Emily Bausback
Josefin Taljegard
Angelina Kuchvalska
Madeline Schizas
Anastasiia Arkhipova
Nelli Ioffe
Elzbieta Kropa
Plus whichever Hungarian gets chosen-- they'd all fit in this group

First Group, First 3 Skaters:
Emmy Ma
Emilea Zingas
Lindsay Van Zundert
Isadora Williams was still training as of last October per her IG. Not sure if either Perticheto or Leung are still competing.
 

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For men I'm pretty sure that all of them are likely to show up except Julian Yee - I have no idea if he's still training competitively.

In that case, 35 or 36 skaters, 18 in second half, and 6 groups:

Group 6:
Yuzuru Hanyu
Nathan Chen
Matteo Rizzo
Jason Brown
Daniel Grassl
Morisi Kvitelashvili

Group 5:
Shoma Uno
Junhwan Cha
Boyang Jin
Keegan Messing
Kevin Aymoz
Deniss Vassiljevs

Group 4:
Michal Brezina
Vincent Zhou
Yuma Kagiyama
Brendan Kerry
Vladimir Litvintsev
Aleksandr Selevko

First Half:

Group 1, 2, and 3:

Mikhail Kolyada (!)
Alexei Bychenko
Ivan Shmuratko
Paul Fentz
Maurizio Zandron
Slavik Hayrapetyan
Nikolai Majorov
Burak Demirboga
Lukas Britschgi
Han Yan
Larry Loupolover
(Julian Zhi Jie Yee if he competes)
Peter James Hallam
Valtter Virtanen
Konstantin Milyukov
Donovan Carrillo
Evgeni Semenenko
Mikhail Shaidorov

All men have ranking points, so Kolyada could potentially even skate first. :eek:
Is Igor Reznichenko POL retired? He was on their Worlds team last year...
 
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Yes, I think he's retired and I'm fairly certain he was already retired by the time Worlds came around last year. Don't remember him as an entry.
Hmmm... Per his IG, looks like he is still training as of last month but it was a little vague so you could be correct.

Julian Yee - he had a IG video in January titled "last session in before the lockdown again" and landed a 3A in it (looked UR, but still).
 

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Should be all updated, just a question mark about several athletes who haven't yet competed this year but have the minimums.

Dance
  1. ARM Garabedian/Proulx Senecal [stauts?]
  2. AUS Harris/Chan
  3. AZE Kuznetsova/Kolosovskyi
  4. BLR Semenjuk/Yukhimuk
  5. BUL Zdravkova/Davis
  6. CAN Fournier Beaudry/Sorensen
  7. CAN Gilles/Poirier
  8. CAN Lajoie/Lagha
  9. CHN Wang/Liu
  10. CZE Taschlerova/Taschler
  11. FIN Turkkila/Versluis
  12. FRA Galyavieva/Thauron
  13. FRA Lopareva/Brissaud
  14. GEO Kazakova/Reviya
  15. GER Mueller/Dieck
  16. GBR Fear/Gibson
  17. HUN [Monaghan/Fourati? Yanovska/Lukacs?]
  18. ISR Ichilov/Abecassis
  19. ITA Guignard/Fabbri
  20. ITA Moscheni/Fioretti
  21. JPN Komatsubara/Koleto
  22. KAZ Weatherby/Yerzhanov
  23. LTU Reed/Ambrulevicius
  24. NED Verhaegh/Van Geffen
  25. POL Kaliszek/Spodyriev
  26. KOR Min/Eaton
  27. RUS Sinitsina/Katsalapov
  28. RUS Stepanova/Bukin
  29. RUS Zagorski/Guerreiro
  30. ESP TBD: Smart/Diaz or Hurtado/Khaliavin
  31. SUI [Wroblewska/Walker? Manni/Roethlisberger?]
  32. TUR Zhata/Akalin
  33. UKR Nazarova/Niktin
  34. USA Chock/Bates
  35. USA Hawayek/Baker
  36. USA Hubbell/Donohue
More IG sleuthing tonight - Garabedian/Proulx Senecal are still skating - Feb 4th post - "One year to the Olympics!!! Let's make our dreams come true."

So, the question marks left are who HUN, ESP and SUI select.
 

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Okay, taking a stab at the Ice Dance groups - 36 teams = 8 groups

Group 8 -
RUS Sinitsina/Katsalapov
ITA Guignard/Fabbri
USA Hubbell/Donohue
CAN Gilles/Poirier
USA Chock/Bates

Group 7 -
RUS Stepanova/Bukin
GBR Fear/Gibson
CHN Wang/Liu
POL Kaliszek/Spodyriev
ESP Hurtado/Khaliavin or Smart/Diaz - they literally sandwich K/S in the standings, so either team will be in the penultimate group

Groups 5 & 6 -
USA Hawayek/Baker
GEO Kazakova/Reviya
CAN Lajoie/Lagha
RUS Zagorski/Guerreiro
LTU Reed/Ambrulevicius
CAN Fourier Beaudry/Sorenson
FRA Galyavieva/Thauron
UKR Nazarova/Nikitin

Groups 2, 3 & 4 - (2 will wind up in the first half of Group 5)
JPN Komatsubara/Koleto
GER Muller/Dieck
FIN Turkkila/Versluis
CZE Tascherlova/Taschler
KOR Min/Eaton
FRA Lopareva/Brissaud
HUN Mongahan/Fourati or Yanovskaya/Lukacs (they're ranked one after the other, so it doesn't matter)
ARM Garabedian/Proulx Senecal
AUS Harris/Chan
KAZ Weatherby/Yerzhanov

SUI would be in this group if Manni/Roethlisberger are the team, otherwise Wroblewska/Walker are part of the unranked teams that fill out Group 1 and most of Group 2

Groups 1 & 2
AZE Kuznetsova/Kolosovskyi
BLR Semenjuk/Yukhimuk
BUL Zdravkova/Davis
ISR Ichilov/Abecassis
ITA Moscheni/Fioretti
NED Verhaegh/Van Geffen
TUR Zhata/Akalin
 

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Calalang/Johnson are out of Worlds, and Cain-Gribble/LeDuc are in:


This USFS press release states that C/J have withdrawn for "personal reasons unrelated to *********-19". Hmmm .....
This sounds really strange. It is not due to an injury or illness. The only thing I can think of is - either psychological issues or a split.
 

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Okay, taking a stab at the Ice Dance groups - 36 teams = 8 groups

Group 8 -
RUS Sinitsina/Katsalapov
ITA Guignard/Fabbri
USA Hubbell/Donohue
CAN Gilles/Poirier
USA Chock/Bates

Group 7 -
RUS Stepanova/Bukin
GBR Fear/Gibson
CHN Wang/Liu
POL Kaliszek/Spodyriev
ESP Hurtado/Khaliavin or Smart/Diaz - they literally sandwich K/S in the standings, so either team will be in the penultimate group

Groups 5 & 6 -
USA Hawayek/Baker
GEO Kazakova/Reviya
CAN Lajoie/Lagha
RUS Zagorski/Guerreiro
LTU Reed/Ambrulevicius
CAN Fourier Beaudry/Sorenson
FRA Galyavieva/Thauron
UKR Nazarova/Nikitin

Groups 2, 3 & 4 - (2 will wind up in the first half of Group 5)
JPN Komatsubara/Koleto
GER Muller/Dieck
FIN Turkkila/Versluis
CZE Tascherlova/Taschler
KOR Min/Eaton
FRA Lopareva/Brissaud
HUN Mongahan/Fourati or Yanovskaya/Lukacs (they're ranked one after the other, so it doesn't matter)
ARM Garabedian/Proulx Senecal
AUS Harris/Chan
KAZ Weatherby/Yerzhanov

SUI would be in this group if Manni/Roethlisberger are the team, otherwise Wroblewska/Walker are part of the unranked teams that fill out Group 1 and most of Group 2

Groups 1 & 2
AZE Kuznetsova/Kolosovskyi
BLR Semenjuk/Yukhimuk
BUL Zdravkova/Davis
ISR Ichilov/Abecassis
ITA Moscheni/Fioretti
NED Verhaegh/Van Geffen
TUR Zhata/Akalin
HUN for the Worlds Yanovskaia Lukacs
 

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It's pretty likely at least 39 of the 43 ladies on the list are actually going to Worlds, I'm really not sure about three of them. But either way, the groupings would look like this:

(Final) Group 7 with 42 or less, Group 8 with 43:
Rika Kihira
Bradie Tennell
Anna Shcherbakova
Alexandra Trusova
Kaori Sakamoto
Satoko Miyahara

(Penultimate) Group 6 or Group 7:
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Ekaterina Ryabova (!)
Yelim Kim
Alexia Paganini
Nicole Schott (!)
Eva-Lotta Kiibus (!)

Second Half Earlier Groups:
Alexandra Feigin
Haein Lee
Mae-Berenice Meite
Ekaterina Kurakova
(Yi Christy Leung if she competes)
Kailani Craine
Alina Urushadze
Karen Chen
Lara Naki Gutmann
--
In a field of 43, Eliska Brezinova also makes this. 42 or lower, she's in the first half (unless Leung is out). If 40 or lower, Gutmann is in first half unless Leung doesn't compete. Bla bla. Complicated formula there.

First Half, Later Group 1, Rest of First-Half Groups:
Hongyi Chen
Dasa Grm
Natasha McKay
Anastasiya Galustyan
Jenni Saarinen
Viktoriia Safonova
Olga Mikutina
Loena Hendrickx
(Alisson Krystle Perticheto If she competes)
(Isadora Williams If she competes)
Emily Bausback
Josefin Taljegard
Angelina Kuchvalska
Madeline Schizas
Anastasiia Arkhipova
Nelli Ioffe
Elzbieta Kropa
Plus whichever Hungarian gets chosen-- they'd all fit in this group

First Group, First 3 Skaters:
Emmy Ma
Emilea Zingas
Lindsay Van Zundert
HUN for the Worlds Julia Lang
 

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Incidentally, what (if anything) do we know about Tursy these days? Since we heard she was doing better and training, I had wondered if she might be able to get to Worlds.
I keep asking, too! Tinami and others (in other threads this season) just point out Tursy’s happy Instagrams, joking around & casually skating with Team Eteri. It wouldn’t be like Momma Tursy to just pull her daughter out of the sport, would it? Plus, she’s no longer a kid...21 or so.
 
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Knowing Semenenko would be in the first group makes me still wonder about the Rus Fed's decision to send him rather than Aliev who was ranked. I'm sure they had their reasons, but it's curious. The boy better nail that SP. Mark K would have been there as well, so no real difference there, but Aliev is curious. Putting all their eggs in Kolyada's basket, well, either they'll have lots of Fabrage eggs or an omelet.
 

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Knowing Semenenko would be in the first group makes me still wonder about the Rus Fed's decision to send him rather than Aliev who was ranked. I'm sure they had their reasons, but it's curious. The boy better nail that SP. Mark K would have been there as well, so no real difference there, but Aliev is curious. Putting all their eggs in Kolyada's basket, well, either they'll have lots of Fabrage eggs or an omelet.
He’s not in the first group. He’s somewhere in the first half, which could be anywhere from first to 18th to skate if the number stays at 36. And honestly, the world rankings have some odd results across the board this year so I don’t think any start number is going to be terrible news. And no audience to influence the judges ;)

I’m also quite sure they didn’t formulate a list to figure out Kolyada would just miss out on the second half. There’s always a chance he moves up based on final entries.
 

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Bychenko and Brezina are eternal. They should just do vampire routines.

Gabby Daleman is an alternate??
 

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Yeah - Just went through them...

Men - no Brendan Kerry or Julian Yee. Brendan is a surprise since he's been training and was on the Australian media release - is he injured?
On the ladies - no Isadora Williams
Pairs - no North Koreans
Dance - no Swiss team (surprising given they have two), and no Georgians or Kazakhs. K/R were on the Georgian media release so I'm guessing they aren't fully recovered after all?
 

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MEN

LADIES

PAIRS


DANCE
No.NameNation
1Tina GARABEDIAN / Simon PROULX SENECALARM1
2Holly HARRIS / Jason CHANAUS2
Chantelle KERRY / Andrew DODDSAUS2S
3Ekaterina KUZNETSOVA / Oleksandr KOLOSOVSKYIAZE3
4Viktoria SEMENJUK / Ilya YUKHIMUKBLR4
5Mina ZDRAVKOVA / Christopher M. DAVISBUL5
6Laurence FOURNIER BEAUDRY / Nikolaj SORENSENCAN6
7Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIERCAN6
8Marjorie LAJOIE / Zachary LAGHACAN6
Alicia FABBRI / Paul AYERCAN6S
Haley SALES / Nikolas WAMSTEEKERCAN6S
Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUSCAN6S
9Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIUCHN7
Hong CHEN / Zhuoming SUNCHN7S
10Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLERCZE8
11Juulia TURKKILA / Matthias VERSLUISFIN9
12Adelina GALYAVIEVA / Louis THAURONFRA10
13Evgeniia LOPAREVA / Geoffrey BRISSAUDFRA10
Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LE GACFRA10S
14Katharina MUELLER / Tim DIECKGER11
Jennifer JANSE VAN RENSBURG / Benjamin STEFFANGER11S
15Lilah FEAR / Lewis GIBSONGBR12
Sasha FEAR / George WADDELLGBR12S
16Anna YANOVSKAYA / Adam LUKACSHUN13
Emily MONAGHAN / Ilias FOURATIHUN13S
17Shira ICHILOV / Laurent ABECASSISISR14
18Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRIITA15
19Carolina MOSCHENI / Francesco FIORETTIITA15
20Misato KOMATSUBARA / Tim KOLETOJPN16
Rikako FUKASE / Eichu Oliver CHOJPN16S
21Allison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUSLTU17
Paulina RAMANAUSKAITE / Deividas KIZALALTU17S
22Chelsea VERHAEGH / Sherim VAN GEFFENNED18
23Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEVPOL19
24Yura MIN / Daniel EATONKOR20
25Victoria SINITSINA / Nikita KATSALAPOVFSR21
26Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKINFSR21
27Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIROFSR21
Annabelle MOROZOV / Andrei BAGINFSR21S
Anastasia SKOPTCOVA / Kirill ALESHINFSR21S
28Olivia SMART / Adrian DIAZESP22
Sara HURTADO / Kirill KHALIAVINESP22S
29Yuliia ZHATA / Berk AKALINTUR23
30Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITINUKR24
Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROVUKR24S
Darya POPOVA / Volodymyr BYELIKOVUKR24S
31Madison CHOCK / Evan BATESUSA25
32Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKERUSA25
33Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUEUSA25
Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKOUSA25S
Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROVUSA25S
Caroline GREEN / Michael PARSONSUSA25S
S - Substitute Entry
 

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I had wondered about Oktar over Demirboga after this weekend, but they were so close that I figured Burak would go anyways.

Really zero surprises anywhere else. Wonder what's up with Kerry, though.
 

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Ladies Final Groupings - no changes except Brezinova drops to first half.

Group 7:
Rika Kihira
Bradie Tennell
Anna Shcherbakova
Alexandra Trusova
Kaori Sakamoto
Satoko Miyahara

Group 6:
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Ekaterina Ryabova (!)
Yelim Kim
Alexia Paganini
Nicole Schott (!)
Eva-Lotta Kiibus (!)

Second Half Earlier Groups:
Alexandra Feigin
Haein Lee
Mae-Berenice Meite
Ekaterina Kurakova
Yi Christy Leung
Kailani Craine
Alina Urushadze
Karen Chen
Lara Naki Gutmann

First Half, Later Group 1, Rest of First-Half Groups:
Eliska Brezinova
Hongyi Chen
Dasa Grm
Natasha McKay
Anastasiya Galustyan
Jenni Saarinen
Viktoriia Safonova
Olga Mikutina
Loena Hendrickx
Alisson Krystle Perticheto
Emily Bausback
Josefin Taljegard
Angelina Kuchvalska
Madeline Schizas
Anastasiia Arkhipova
Nelli Ioffe
Elzbieta Kropa
Julia Lang

First Group, First 3 Skaters:
Emmy Ma
Emilea Zingas
Lindsay Van Zundert


Mens Final Groupings: Kolyada stays in earlier groupings, but one of the 17 men will skate in the 'second half' as first skater of Group 4.

Group 6:
Yuzuru Hanyu
Nathan Chen
Matteo Rizzo
Jason Brown
Daniel Grassl
Morisi Kvitelashvili

Group 5:
Shoma Uno
Junhwan Cha
Boyang Jin
Keegan Messing
Kevin Aymoz
Deniss Vassiljevs

Group 4, Final 5 Skaters:
Michal Brezina
Vincent Zhou
Yuma Kagiyama
Vladimir Litvintsev
Aleksandr Selevko

Group 1, 2, and 3, first skater of Group 4:
Mikhail Kolyada
Alexei Bychenko
Ivan Shmuratko
Paul Fentz
Maurizio Zandron
Slavik Hayrapetyan
Nikolai Majorov
Basar Oktar
Lukas Britschgi
Han Yan
Larry Loupolover
Peter James Hallam
Valtter Virtanen
Konstantin Milyukov
Donovan Carrillo
Evgeni Semenenko
Mikhail Shaidorov
 

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I had wondered about Oktar over Demirboga after this weekend, but they were so close that I figured Burak would go anyways.

Really zero surprises anywhere else. Wonder what's up with Kerry, though.
I'm a little surprised at Kerry, the Kazakhs and the Swiss not being on the lists. The Georgians - well, I assume their fed thought they'd be recovered enough.
 

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