It is based on Junior Worlds 2023 results.
In Single it is
Top 3 countries (using highest placed skater) get 2 entries in 7 events
Countries 4-6 get 1 entry in 7 events
Countries 7-10 get 1 entry in 6 events (ISU decides which 6)
Countries 11-17 get 1 entry in 5 events
Countries 18-22 get 1 entry in 4 events
Countries 23-31 get 1 entry in 3 events
Everybody else 1 entry in 2 events
So for example in Men
1) Miura. So Japan have 2 entries in 2 SUI 7 event
2) Rossi. So Switzerland is entitled to 2 entries in 7 event
3) Yoshioka. Japan have already the maximum of 2 spots per events
4) Memola. So Italy have 2 entries in 2 SUI 7 event
5) Chiu. So Canada have 1 entry in 7 events
6) Kim. So Korea have 1 entry in 7 events
7) Broussard. So USA have 1 entry in 7 events
8) Chen. So China have 1 entry in 6 events
9) Levandi. So Estonia have 1 entry in 6 events
10) Martynov. USA was already allotted spots based on Broussard
11) Nordback. So Sweden have 1 entry in 6 events
12) Pitot. So France have 1 entry in 6 events
If countries placed 1-10th don't use all their spots (and communicate to ISU before the Announcement of the JGP stage is published), these can be re-allocated to 4-6th countries.
Here the problem is that Italy didn't renounce to its 2 spots until the entry deadline when it was too late to do re-allocations.
Thanks for this. This means the top 3 finishes at Worlds increase the possibiity of a JGP final placement in the following year for their country. It must have been tough for Lucas - skated so well all season then having not so great skates at Worlds. BTW, what is SUI?