2023-24 ISU Junior Grand Prix

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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
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
etcetera

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?
 

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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?
Ignore it! Sorry, in the cut and past, I somehow cut and pasted SUI for Switzerland into a wrong line. It should just be 2 entries in 7 events.
 
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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?
And U.S. junior men qualified two men for the junior Grand Prix Final last year. Lucas won the silver and Robert Yampolsky was fifth. Both of them were assigned to junior worlds but Robert withdrew close to the event and Lucas really melted down in the free when he was in medal contention. (As did the other favorite Memola). Really tough break for U.S. junior men and the junior Grand Prix this year. Too bad the Grand Prix final doesn’t count for anything regarding spots on the next year junior Grand Prix.
 

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Yerevan entries: https://results.isu.org/events/fsevent00117409.htm

Copying out:

Junior Men
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Semen DANILIANTS ARM 1
2 Mark HAKOBYAN ARM 1
3 Mikayel SALAZARYAN ARM 1
4 Denis KROUGLOV BEL 2
5 Deyan MIHAYLOV BUL 3
Yoanis APOSTOLU BUL 3 S
6 Shohei LAW CAN 4
7 David LI CAN 4
David BONDAR CAN 4 S
William CHAN CAN 4 S
Jake ELLIS CAN 4 S
David HOWES CAN 4 S
Terry Yu Tao JIN CAN 4 S
Grayson LONG CAN 4 S
Anthony PARADIS CAN 4 S
David SHTEYNGART CAN 4 S
8 Adrian JIMENEZ DE BALDOMERO ESP 5
Daniel ROUCO MORCILLO ESP 5 S
9 Ilia GOGITIDZE FRA 6
Axel AHMED FRA 6 S
Jean MEDARD FRA 6 S
Gianni MOTILLA FRA 6 S
Francois PITOT FRA 6 S
10 Jedidiah LINCOLN GBR 7
Edward APPLEBY GBR 7 S
Tao MACRAE GBR 7 S
Arin YORKE GBR 7 S
11 Chit Wang CHOW HKG 8
Chiu Hei CHEUNG HKG 8 S
Jarvis HO HKG 8 S
12 Tamir KUPERMAN ISR 9
Leonid GITELMAN ISR 9 S
Nikita SHEIKO ISR 9 S
Lev VINOKUR ISR 9 S
13 Raffaele Francesco ZICH ITA 10
14 Shunsuke NAKAMURA JPN 11
15 Seigo TAUCHI JPN 11
Daiya EBIHARA JPN 11 S
Haru KAKIUCHI JPN 11 S
Masaya MISHIMA JPN 11 S
Rio NAKATA JPN 11 S
Taiga NISHINO JPN 11 S
Tsudoi SUTO JPN 11 S
16 Oleg MELNIKOV KAZ 12
Nikita KRIVOSHEYEV KAZ 12 S
Artur SMAGULOV KAZ 12 S
17 Hyunseo PARK KOR 13
Jaekeun LEE KOR 13 S
18 Fedir KULISH LAT 14
Kirills KORKACS LAT 14 S
19 Luka IMEDASHVILI LTU 15
Daniel KORABELNIK LTU 15 S
20 Oscar OLIVER POL 16
Jakub LOFEK POL 16 S
Jakub ROSLANIEC POL 16 S
Matvii YEFYMENKO POL 16 S
21 David SEDEJ SLO 17
22 Aleksandr FEGAN USA 18
23 Daniel MARTYNOV USA 18
Nicholas BROOKS USA 18 S
Lorenzo ELANO USA 18 S
Kirk HAUGETO USA 18 S
Joseph KLEIN USA 18 S
Kai KOVAR USA 18 S
Antonio MONACO USA 18 S
Jacob SANCHEZ USA 18 S
Taira SHINOHARA USA 18 S
Beck STROMMER USA 18 S
Michael XIE USA 18 S
24 Timur ZVYAGIN UZB 19

Junior Women
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Milena GHAZARYAN ARM 1
2 Sofi KARAPETYAN ARM 1
3 Rubina SIMONYAN ARM 1
Gohar GEVORGYAN ARM 1 S
Elina KOCHARYAN ARM 1 S
Iren TER-MINASYAN ARM 1 S
4 Flora Marie SCHALLER AUT 2
5 Lia LYUBENOVA BUL 3
Krista GEORGIEVA BUL 3 S
Chiara HRISTOVA BUL 3 S
6 Lena CUSAK CRO 4
Meri MARINAC CRO 4 S
Nevia Ana MEDIC CRO 4 S
7 Nela SNEBERGEROVA CZE 5
Katerina HANUSOVA CZE 5 S
Jana HORCICKOVA CZE 5 S
Michaela MALKOVA CZE 5 S
Michaela VRASTAKOVA CZE 5 S
8 Elizabeth NOU EST 6
Olesja LEONOVA EST 6 S
Marianne MUST EST 6 S
Marta Helena PRANGEL EST 6 S
9 Milana MOZEIKO FRA 7
Ninon DAPOIGNY FRA 7 S
Eve DUBECQ FRA 7 S
Stefania GLADKI FRA 7 S
10 Inga GURGENIDZE GEO 8
11 Megan WONG HKG 9
Tsz Ching CHAN HKG 9 S
Chloe Desiree LEUNG HKG 9 S
12 Lena EKKER HUN 10
Polina DZSUMANYIJAZOVA HUN 10 S
Lili HARTDEGEN HUN 10 S
Hanna LORINCZ HUN 10 S
Martina Petra MAJOR HUN 10 S
Vivien PAPP HUN 10 S
Cintia SZABO HUN 10 S
Hanna Laura VIRANYI HUN 10 S
Boglarka ZHANG HUN 10 S
13 Ciera Francesca TURNER-FRICK IRL 11
14 Julia Sylvia GUNNARSDOTTIR ISL 12
15 Sophia SHIFRIN ISR 13
Gabriella GRINBERG ISR 13 S
Anna SHENIUK ISR 13 S
16 Chiara MINIGHINI ITA 14
Giulia BARUCCHI ITA 14 S
Anita GEMELLI ITA 14 S
Amanda GHEZZO ITA 14 S
Ginevra Lavinia NEGRELLO ITA 14 S
Anna PEZZETTA ITA 14 S
Beatrice SOLDATI ITA 14 S
17 Ikura KUSHIDA JPN 15
18 Mao SHIMADA JPN 15
Haruna MURAKAMI JPN 15 S
Ami NAKAI JPN 15 S
Yurina OKUNO JPN 15 S
Ayumi SHIBAYAMA JPN 15 S
Yo TAKAGI JPN 15 S
Rena UEZONO JPN 15 S
Kaoruko WADA JPN 15 S
19 Sofiya FARAFONOVA KAZ 16
Yekaterina BALYUBA KAZ 16 S
Anna LEVKOVETS KAZ 16 S
20 Zhasmin SHLAGA KGZ 17
Diana KIM KGZ 17 S
Sofiia SHUBINA KGZ 17 S
21 Nayeon KO KOR 18
22 Eunbi PARK KOR 18
Jeongyul HWANG KOR 18 S
Yujae KIM KOR 18 S
23 Sofja STEPCENKO LAT 19
Kira BARANOVSKA LAT 19 S
Anastasija KONGA LAT 19 S
24 Meda VARIAKOJYTE LTU 20
Agne IVANOVAITE LTU 20 S
Gabriele JUSKAITE LTU 20 S
25 Ysaline HIBON LUX 21
Rebecca TOFT LUX 21 S
26 Maria GRIBINIC MDA 22
27 Julia VAN DIJK NED 23
Angel DELEVAQUE NED 23 S
Nerea MUR NED 23 S
Emilia SOLOUKHIN NED 23 S
Nazomi VAN BERGEN BRAVENBOER NED 23 S
Jolanda VOS NED 23 S
Naomi WESSELS NED 23 S
28 Sara ZOFREA BRAVO PER 24
29 Cathryn LIMKETKAI PHI 25
Hayden Isabel BALUCATING PHI 25 S
Felicity Cristobelle ECO PHI 25 S
Sofia Lexi Jacqueline FRANK PHI 25 S
Amanda Sophie HERNANDEZ PHI 25 S
Kate ORROCK PHI 25 S
Krystle Rheanne SIY PHI 25 S
30 Aleksandra JANIKOWSKA POL 26
Anastasiia BEZUHLA POL 26 S
Zofia BOCHENEK POL 26 S
Kornelia BULANDA POL 26 S
Weronika FERLIN POL 26 S
Dorota KONIECZKA POL 26 S
Catherine-Charlotte LAPIERRE POL 26 S
Julija POLNIUK POL 26 S
Aleksandra STANCZYK POL 26 S
Noelle STREULI POL 26 S
31 Natalia RUNCANU ROU 27
Ema ACHIM ROU 27 S
Teodora Maria GHEORGHE ROU 27 S
Maria GRAMA ROU 27 S
Maria-Bianca IONESCU ROU 27 S
Eva Maria POPESCU ROU 27 S
Ingrid Ana PRICOP ROU 27 S
Ruxandra Sabina ROTUNDU ROU 27 S
Maria SMARANDA ROU 27 S
Ana STRATULAT ROU 27 S
32 Julija LOVRENCIC SLO 28
Zala GRUM SLO 28 S
Vita KAS SLO 28 S
Zoja KRAMAR SLO 28 S
Ursa SUHADOLC SLO 28 S
Ula ZADNIKAR SLO 28 S
33 Olivia BACSA SUI 29
34 Eugenia SEKULOVSKI SUI 29
Anastasia BRANDENBURG SUI 29 S
Sara FRANZI SUI 29 S
Anthea GRADINARU SUI 29 S
Leandra TZIMPOUKAKIS SUI 29 S
35 Annika CHAO USA 30
36 Elyce LIN-GRACEY USA 30
Sarah EVERHARDT USA 30 S
Hannah HERRERA USA 30 S
Logan HIGASE-CHEN USA 30 S
Jiaying Ellyse JOHNSON USA 30 S
Mia KALIN USA 30 S
Teryn KIM USA 30 S
Josephine LEE USA 30 S
Soho LEE USA 30 S
Cleo PARK USA 30 S
Katie SHEN USA 30 S
Sherry ZHANG USA 30 S
37 Sofiya VIDRINA UZB 31
Varvara KOROTKOVA UZB 31 S
Sevinch RAKHIMOVA UZB 31 S
Viktoriya VAGAPOVA UZB 31 S

Junior Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Aurea CINCON-DEBOUT / Earl Jesse CELESTINO CAN 1
2 Alisa KORNEVA / Kieran MACDONALD CAN 1
Nicole BOLENDER / Aiden DOTZERT CAN 1 S
Charlotte CHUNG / Axel MACKENZIE CAN 1 S
Emma GOODSTADT / Christian BENNETT CAN 1 S
Sophia GOVER / Billy WILSON FRENCH CAN 1 S
Savanna MARTEL / William ODDSON CAN 1 S
Addison PEHL / Daniel YU CAN 1 S
3 Maite OJEDA LINDHOLST / Hector GONZALEZ ELVIRA ESP 2
Elena PENA / Antonio PENA ESP 2 S
4 Eva BERNARD / Amedeo BONETTO FRA 3
5 Lena MALIQUEO-REPOUX / Illia SYNELNIKOV FRA 3
Estelle BOUILLET / Martin CHARDAIN FRA 3 S
Maissane CHINE / Lucas CHATAIGNOUX FRA 3 S
Louise DUPRAT / Tahory TADDEI-DUGUE FRA 3 S
Celina FRADJI / Jean-Hans FOURNEAUX FRA 3 S
Lea HIENNE / Baptiste FERRAND FRA 3 S
Dania MOUADEN / Theo BIGOT FRA 3 S
Ambre PERRIER GIANESINI / Samuel BLANC KLAPERMAN FRA 3 S
Diane SZNAJDER / Joseph BOOTH FRA 3 S
6 Sophia BUSHELL / Anthony HADDAD GBR 4
Molly HAIRSINE / Alessio SURENKOV-GULTCHEV GBR 4 S
Ashlie SLATTER / Atl ONGAY-PEREZ GBR 4 S
7 Elizabeth TKACHENKO / Alexei KILIAKOV ISR 5
8 Noemi Maria TALI / Noah LAFORNARA ITA 6
Giulia Isabella PAOLINO / Andrea TUBA ITA 6 S
Alice PIZZORNI / Massimiliano BUCCIARELLI ITA 6 S
Beatrice VENTURA / Stefano FRASCA ITA 6 S
9 Eva SHELAEVA / Ivan SOLOVYEV KAZ 7
10 Sofiia DOVHAL / Wiktor KULESZA POL 8
11 Maelle LEDERMANN / Antonin EMO SUI 9
12 Elliana PEAL / Ethan PEAL USA 10
Kristina BLAND / Matthew SPERRY USA 10 S
Helena CARHART / Volodymyr HOROVYI USA 10 S
Julia EPPS / Blake GILMAN USA 10 S
Jenna HAUER / Benjamin STARR USA 10 S
Olivia ILIN / Dylan CAIN USA 10 S
Caroline MULLEN / Brendan MULLEN USA 10 S
Leah NESET / Artem MARKELOV USA 10 S
Yahli PEDERSEN / Jeffrey CHEN USA 10 S
13 Sofiya BURIEVA / Konstantin LI UZB 11
 

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Tkachenko/Kiliakov are entered for Osaka, Gdansk and Yerevan. It'll be interesting to see which ones they actually show up for.

Also - interesting of the USFS to not use its 2nd dance spot here. I figured either Bland/Sperry or Epps/Gilman would get the assignment, so I'm a bit surprised that neither team was assigned, or that Ilin/Cain didn't get a 2nd one.

I fully expect that Chao will be listed as a placeholder for the USFS, same with Martynov, but Fegan will be named - Dave Lease dropped the tidbit a couple weeks ago on the most recent TSL that Fegan had been assigned to a JGP.

ETA - USFS Int'l Assignments page indeed confirms that Lin-Gracey and Fegan are assigned to Yerevan while Chao and Martynov are placeholders.
 
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Tweeted this morning:


As of this weekend, Hagara was listed for Budapest, not Istanbul. The ISU entries haven't been updated since the 2nd, but assuming it's not a mistake on the tweet, this seems like a strategic decision as the Budapest field is quite tough (Yudong Chen, Naoki Rossi, Hyungyeom Kim, etc.) That being said, the Istanbul field is pretty decent too: Rio Nakata, Kai Kovar, Minkyu Seo, etc.
 
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USFS wasting dance assignments again. :angryfire

Of all the things to waste, when we're so strong in dance!
I'm not entirely sure I think it's a waste of spots - if Hauer/Starr hadn't been injured and Lavrova/Rogers hadn't split, then all 14 spots would have easily been used. As it is, the only other junior team to crack 125+ at either Dallas Classic or LPIDI isn't even on the ISP (Calhoun/Veselukhin). Maybe an argument could be made for Bland/Sperry, but who knows if there is some sort of injury issue there. As it is, Ilin/Cain and Cui/Eckert each get one and that seems fair and reasonable.
 

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I thought Bland/Sperry had a chance of an assignment, but they do age out of juniors next season so that could have weighed on the decision. Personally I would have at least waited to see how Ilin/Cain do in Istanbul before giving away the spot.
 

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Cross-posted from the Istanbul forum:

Mark's advice to the jerks in the YouTube comment section is the most Mark thing ever: "Go have some cake and come back with a bit more jollity."
https://twitter.com/takakais/status/1700143792441999695

SelmaSiri Larsen of Denmark also spoke out yesterday:
Today i skated my first ever program at a JGP. That should be enough to make me extremely happy and proud. However, i had to read some really inacceptable comments (among other things about my body), and that was unfortunately enough to make me really unhappy and uncomfortable. This is just a reminder, that kids down to 13 competes at these competitions, and kids should never have to read such horrible stuff about themselves. I am 18, i can deal with it, but kids down to 13 are not supposed to read comments like “maybe she should eat a little less”😳 Another thing: It is completely wrong to compare an adults body to a childs. I am 172 cm tall. Of course i look different than anyone shorter than that. So please, never comment on other peoples bodies. And think before you type.
Tomorrow i will enjoy my free skate to the fullest🤘🏼

 

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And Iceland's Júlía Sylvía Gunnarsdóttir speaks out, too, after her FS today :respec::

Today I finished the JGP in Turkey 🇹🇷
I didn’t have the best skate but I will take this as a stepping stone to learn how to deal with things and to only improve from now on.
I thank everyone who gave me such amazing support and for always staying by my side❤️🥰
And I also wanted to thank @ted.barton.75 and @markhanretty for your wonderful comments
I will keep them in mind and move on strongly!!

But I feel it is also very important to talk about all of these negative comments being said in the livestreams especially on body image and skill on jumps
I’m 18 now and can handle such things, it comes with experience but please remember that this discipline in figure skating is from age 13 as well and that kids shouldn’t have to endure such horrid comments
I hope that things will improve from now on and I thank everyone for having my back and for their continued support!!❤️
Also thanks to @selmasiri_bella [SelmaSiri Larsen] for having the courage to speak up about this and for giving me mine!❤️
 

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At the very minimum, the ISU social media team needs to strongly consider adding a moderator for the live streams who will block the offending commenters.
It won't be easy because the comments are in different languages.
 

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It won't be easy because the comments are in different languages.
so I moderate a very popular twitch stream (when we have big events we have 40k-100k people), and while it's definitely easier to have people who speak the language moderate, chrome has built-in translation feature, and it can also be surprisingly fast to google translate things when needed. So while it's not easy, it's also much better than just letting them pass with no action at all.
 

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so I moderate a very popular twitch stream (when we have big events we have 40k-100k people), and while it's definitely easier to have people who speak the language moderate, chrome has built-in translation feature, and it can also be surprisingly fast to google translate things when needed. So while it's not easy, it's also much better than just letting them pass with no action at all.
Google can't translate the context. Many phrases sound harmless if you don't know the context. You can also use forms of the word that Google will not translate. For example, I just tried to Google translate some disgusting sentences from a chat from russian to English and it didn’t work. Of course, this way a lot of messages can be read and deleted, but people will quickly understand this and start using words that Google cannot translate.
 

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Google can't translate the context. Many phrases sound harmless if you don't know the context. You can also use forms of the word that Google will not translate. For example, I just tried to Google translate some disgusting sentences from a chat from russian to English and it didn’t work. Of course, this way a lot of messages can be read and deleted, but people will quickly understand this and start using words that Google cannot translate.
This is just not true in my experience. Trust me, I've had to action some incredibly foul stuff.
 

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This is just not true in my experience. Trust me, I've had to action some incredibly foul stuff.
So my thinking is not that creative. For example, if I didn’t know the original, this phrase would seem simply strange to me. But this is actually an insult
Popeye does not allow you to turn around
 

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So my thinking is not that creative. For example, if I didn’t know the original, this phrase would seem simply strange to me. But this is actually an insult
Popeye does not allow you to turn around
Because of the eyes or?
 

Rukia

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So my thinking is not that creative. For example, if I didn’t know the original, this phrase would seem simply strange to me. But this is actually an insult
Popeye does not allow you to turn around
Ok but the thing is, moderation is kind of an art. So if I see this, and I can't figure out the context, I discuss it with other mods. You wouldn't have just one. Also, you chatters generally give you vibes. Like you can just tell when they are trying to toe the line. And honestly a line like that has nothing to do with skating and is most likely best to just be deleted.

But also like I don't understand arguing against moderation just because they may not catch every comment. If they're not going to shut down the chat section, better to have some moderation than none.
 

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But also like I don't understand arguing against moderation just because they may not catch every comment. If they're not going to shut down the chat section, better to have some moderation than none.
I don't think they're saying there should be no moderation if the comment section sticks around. Just that it's hard to moderate when there are so many languages around. Personally, I see where they're coming from, especially having seen how some haters often tend to phrase their comments. Like I get mods are doing their best and will have strict policies especially on junior streams (and I don't think anyone's going to notice the odd comment that gets past the mods), just that I get where @airgelaal is coming from.
 

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Ok but the thing is, moderation is kind of an art. So if I see this, and I can't figure out the context, I discuss it with other mods. You wouldn't have just one. Also, you chatters generally give you vibes. Like you can just tell when they are trying to toe the line. And honestly a line like that has nothing to do with skating and is most likely best to just be deleted.

But also like I don't understand arguing against moderation just because they may not catch every comment. If they're not going to shut down the chat section, better to have some moderation than none.
Honestly, I think it's best to close the chat and pre-moderate comments.
If people want to discuss something, it's not that hard to find a forum like this. If people want to offend, then it’s better to keep them silent
 

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