2022 Jr. Worlds Women FS

Karen-W

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Hmm, a few points back in TES, she may not win the free skate (though I'm sure the judges will give her higher PCS), but with the short program lead she'll likely pull it out overall.
She's going to really regret finishing behind her music yesterday if she winds up losing by less than 1 point.
 

Karen-W

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Good for Isabeau, but her jumps just do not compare to the other top finishers. The rest of her skating is gorgeous. Hope she can work on those jumps for next season.
Definitely needs work on those jumps. She's going to get crucified on the GP if she doesn't get those cleaned up (and bigger). Frankly, I think she could use another season on the JGP, but I know it won't happen since she just won this competition.
 

Vagabond

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Spots for 2023 Junior Worlds:

Three: South Korea, United States
Two: Estonia, Japan, Switzerland
One: All other eligible countries

Spots for 2022-2023 Junior Grand Prix (Leaderboard) (AFAIK):

Two at each of seven events: South Korea, Switzerland, United States
One at each of seven events: Japan
One at each of six events: Estonia
 

Frau Muller

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Definitely needs work on those jumps. She's going to get crucified on the GP if she doesn't get those cleaned up (and bigger). Frankly, I think she could use another season on the JGP, but I know it won't happen since she just won this competition.
AND Isabeau is USA #3 senior…and should’ve been #1 over Bell.
 

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I hate seeing talented skaters like Isabeau having coaches who teach them such awful jump technique and bad basic skating it's not the that the talent isn't there but below average US coaches who are the problem.

Yeah, typically even the youngest skaters from Japan have the most gorgeous stroking. I wish we focused more on those fundamentals in the US. A skater like Jason and a few others are the exception but it seems like almost every skater from Japan has beautiful glide.
 

Karen-W

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Thorngren and Levito could go 1-2 at senior Nats next year especially if Bell and Chen retire. Or even if they don’t. And Clare is coming along nicely, along with Audrey Shin we have a good young cadre.
I agree. I hope Chen and Bell can read the tea leaves and will bow out graciously because I don't see them beating Lindsay & Isabeau next season. I worry about Clare and Audrey, being out there in Colorado with Tammy G and Tom Z, because their skaters are always prone to URs, and Isabeau's jump technique needs work, but without reliable triple-triples, Chen & Bell are going to be surpassed by both Lindsay & Isabeau next season nationally.
 

Sylvia

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FS protocols (top 6 landed 7 triples apiece): http://www.isuresults.com/results/s...OR----FNL-000100--_JudgesDetailsperSkater.pdf
1​
Jia SHINKOR
136.63​
74.52​
62.11​
7.79​
7.57​
7.96​
7.75​
7.75​
0.00​
#23​
2​
Isabeau LEVITOUSA
134.05​
70.84​
63.21​
7.75​
7.79​
8.07​
7.86​
8.04​
0.00​
#24​
3​
Lindsay THORNGRENUSA
133.28​
72.40​
60.88​
7.61​
7.54​
7.75​
7.61​
7.54​
0.00​
#21​
4​
Ahsun YUNKOR
129.59​
71.18​
58.41​
7.54​
7.14​
7.36​
7.29​
7.18​
0.00​
#22​
5​
Clare SEOUSA
122.20​
66.83​
55.37​
7.04​
6.75​
7.07​
6.89​
6.86​
0.00​
#15​
6​
Seoyeong WIKOR
120.63​
65.15​
57.48​
7.32​
7.04​
7.29​
7.21​
7.07​
2.00​
#20​
7​
Kimmy REPONDSUI
116.28​
61.55​
55.73​
7.04​
6.86​
7.14​
6.86​
6.93​
1.00​
#17​
8​
Rion SUMIYOSHIJPN
113.96​
58.45​
56.51​
7.36​
7.04​
6.82​
7.14​
6.96​
1.00​
#16​
9​
Anna PEZZETTAITA
109.13​
58.61​
50.52​
6.68​
6.21​
6.43​
6.29​
5.96​
0.00​
#1​
10​
Niina PETROKINAEST
107.59​
52.81​
55.78​
7.11​
6.89​
6.79​
7.04​
7.04​
1.00​
#19​
11​
Rinka WATANABEJPN
105.48​
54.79​
52.69​
6.89​
6.43​
6.50​
6.61​
6.50​
2.00​
#14​
12​
Linnea CEDERFIN
104.92​
54.36​
50.56​
6.36​
6.14​
6.46​
6.32​
6.32​
0.00​
#12​
13​
Lia PEREIRACAN
100.17​
49.13​
51.04​
6.46​
6.18​
6.36​
6.46​
6.43​
0.00​
#13​
14​
Lorine SCHILDFRA
99.99​
53.61​
47.38​
6.11​
5.68​
6.00​
5.93​
5.89​
1.00​
#8​
15​
Noelle STREULIPOL
99.68​
53.51​
46.17​
6.04​
5.57​
5.89​
5.75​
5.61​
0.00​
#10​
16​
Nina PINZARRONEBEL
98.25​
49.21​
51.04​
6.61​
6.18​
6.39​
6.43​
6.29​
2.00​
#18​
17​
Barbora VRANKOVACZE
92.86​
47.19​
46.67​
6.04​
5.64​
5.82​
5.79​
5.89​
1.00​
#5​
18​
Mariia SENIUKISR
92.30​
48.24​
44.06​
5.79​
5.25​
5.61​
5.50​
5.39​
0.00​
#4​
19​
Emelie LINGSWE
90.93​
44.47​
47.46​
6.14​
5.82​
5.89​
5.93​
5.89​
1.00​
#7​
20​
Julia van DIJKNED
85.15​
42.65​
44.50​
5.96​
5.39​
5.54​
5.46​
5.46​
2.00​
#9​
21​
Sofia Lexi Jacqueline FRANKPHI
83.14​
39.22​
44.92​
5.82​
5.54​
5.57​
5.61​
5.54​
1.00​
#6​
22​
Justine MICLETTECAN
81.93​
37.06​
47.87​
6.18​
6.00​
5.71​
6.14​
5.89​
3.00​
#11​
23​
Olesya RAYGER
80.30​
37.97​
44.33​
5.79​
5.39​
5.50​
5.57​
5.46​
2.00​
#3​
24​
Jogaile AGLINSKYTELTU
77.89​
35.41​
45.48​
6.07​
5.50​
5.64​
5.68​
5.54​
3.00​
#2​

Junior Women
Result
FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS

GOLD Isabeau LEVITO USA 206.55 1 2
SILVER Jia SHIN KOR 206.01 2 1
BRONZE Lindsay THORNGREN USA 199.42 4 3
4 Ahsun YUN KOR 195.87 3 4
5 Seoyeong WI KOR 186.72 5 6
6 Clare SEO USA 182.81 10 5
7 Kimmy REPOND SUI 177.10 8 7
8 Rion SUMIYOSHI JPN 174.58 9 8
9 Niina PETROKINA EST 173.49 6 10
10 Rinka WATANABE JPN 165.44 11 11
11 Nina PINZARRONE BEL 161.92 7 16
12 Linnea CEDER FIN 161.26 13 12
13 Anna PEZZETTA ITA 160.88 24 9
14 Lia PEREIRA CAN 158.86 12 13
15 Noelle STREULI POL 154.78 15 15
16 Lorine SCHILD FRA 154.57 17 14
17 Barbora VRANKOVA CZE 145.75 20 17
18 Emelie LING SWE 145.49 18 19
19 Mariia SENIUK ISR 144.50 21 18
20 Julia van DIJK NED 139.76 16 20
21 Justine MICLETTE CAN 137.34 14 22
22 Sofia Lexi Jacqueline FRANK PHI 137.00 19 21
23 Olesya RAY GER 132.32 22 23
24 Jogaile AGLINSKYTE LTU 129.65 23 24

Final Not Reached
25 Vivien PAPP HUN 50.82 25
26 Nikola FOMCHENKOVA LAT 48.70 26
27 Chiara HRISTOVA BUL 48.14 27
28 Catharina Victoria PETERSEN DEN 48.12 28
29 Anna LEVKOVETS KAZ 48.07 29
30 Victoria ALCANTARA AUS 47.54 30
31 Julija LOVRENCIC SLO 47.16 31
32 Cheuk Ka Kahlen CHEUNG HKG 45.76 32
33 Wiktoria MALYNIAK POL 44.51 33
34 Anna Deniz OZDEMIR TUR 41.93 34
35 Vanesa SELMEKOVA SVK 41.10 35
36 Elena KOMOVA GBR 40.92 36
37 Mia Caroline RISA GOMEZ NOR 40.33 37
38 Anastasiia FOMCHENKOVA UKR 38.74 38
39 Stefania YAKOVLEVA CYP 38.64 39
40 Dorotea LEITGEB AUT 35.98 40
41 Hana CVIJANOVIC CRO 35.96 41
42 Ana Sofia BESCHEA ROU 35.53 42
43 Andrea ASTRAIN MAYNEZ MEX 35.09 43
 
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Louis

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Levito has musicality like I’ve not seen since Oksana Baiul :love::love::love::love:.

Both she and Thorngren, who looks much improved, really need to work on fixing the edge warnings.

Hopefully Levito can get the rest of her jumps looking like the solo toe loop, which was beautiful and a big improvement on anything we’ve seen in the past.

With the system we have, I do think it’s better to get the jumps first and fix them later. Pretty triples get you nowhere without the triple-triple combinations (and triple axels and quads once the Russians get back).

With Americans 1-3-6, I hope the likes of Chen and Bell read the writing on the wall and bow out gracefully.
 

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