ISU Challenger Series 2022/23 season

AngieNikodinovLove

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Lombardia entries:


Great ice dance field. Green/Parsons are starting their season at Lombardia. Guignard/Fabbri, Reed/Ambrulevicius, and the Taschlers will also be there.

lol I can’t believe these weren’t already posted. I was the first to see the entries being up? The Mens field is a bit disappointing but I’m very excited for the other two fields
 

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Copying out the entries & subs for posterity...

ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2022
Men
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Luc ECONOMIDES FRA 1
2 Adam SIAO HIM FA FRA 1
3 Samuel MCALLISTER IRL 2
4 Emanuele INDELICATO ITA 3
5 Nikolaj MEMOLA ITA 3
6 Matteo RIZZO ITA 3
7 Koshiro SHIMADA JPN 4
8 David SEDEJ SLO 5
9 Mykhailo RUDKOVSKYI UKR 6
10 Tomoki HIWATASHI USA 7
11 Dinh TRAN USA 7
Joseph KLEIN USA 7 S
Samuel MINDRA USA 7 S

Women
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Jade HOVINE BEL 1
2 Nina PINZARRONE BEL 1
3 Nikola RYCHTARIKOVA CZE 2
4 Gerli LIINAMAE EST 3
5 Janna JYRKINEN FIN 4
6 Oona OUNASVUORI FIN 4
7 Elena AGOSTINELLI ITA 5
8 Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 5
9 Anna PEZZETTA ITA 5
10 Wakaba HIGUCHI JPN 6
11 Kaori SAKAMOTO JPN 6
12 Rinka WATANABE JPN 6
13 Daria AFINOGENOVA LTU 7
14 Ekaterina KURAKOVA POL 8
15 Sarina JOOS SUI 9
16 Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 10
17 Tzu-Han TING TPE 11
18 Amber GLENN USA 12
19 Hanna HARRELL USA 12
Hannah LOFTON USA 12 S
Ava Marie ZIEGLER USA 12 S

Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 1
2 Loicia DEMOUGEOT / Theo LE MERCIER FRA 2
3 Natacha LAGOUGE / Arnaud CAFFA FRA 2
4 Lou TERREAUX / Noe PERRON FRA 2
Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 2 S
5 Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI ITA 3
6 Elisabetta LECCARDI / Mattia DALLA TORRE ITA 3
7 Victoria MANNI / Carlo ROETHLISBERGER ITA 3
8 Carolina PORTESI PERONI / Michael CHRASTECKY ITA 3
9 Paulina RAMANAUSKAITE / Deividas KIZALA LTU 4
10 Allison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU 4
11 Hanna JAKUCS / Alessio GALLI NED 5
12 Jenna HERTENSTEIN / Damian BINKOWSKI POL 6
13 Maria Sofia PUCHEROVA / Nikita LYSAK SVK 7
14 Emily BRATTI / Ian SOMERVILLE USA 8
15 Caroline GREEN / Michael PARSONS USA 8
Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA 8 S
Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROV USA 8 S
Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA 8 S
Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER USA 8 S
Angela LING / Caleb WEIN USA 8 S
Lorraine MCNAMARA / Anton SPIRIDONOV USA 8 S
Eva PATE / Logan BYE USA 8 S

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Tornaghi is training in Boston at the moment.

As of August 18:



Pairs
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Kelly Ann LAURIN / Loucas ETHIER CAN 1
2 Lori-Ann MATTE / Thierry FERLAND CAN 1
3 Anastasia VAIPAN-LAW / Luke DIGBY GBR 2
4 Emily CHAN / Spencer Akira HOWE USA 3
5 Maria MOKHOVA / Ivan MOKHOV USA 3
6 Valentina PLAZAS / Maximiliano FERNANDEZ USA 3
7 Megan WESSENBERG / Blake EISENACH USA 3

Ghilardi / Ambrosini added to the Pairs field.
 

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Link to the newly created competition thread for the 2022 U.S. Classic in the 2022-23 Challenger Series subforum in Kiss & Cry:

ETA:
Ghilardi / Ambrosini added to the Pairs field.
And removed from today's Aug. 22nd update: Ella Chen (ISR), Angela Ling/Caleb Wein (USA) :(

I went ahead and created a competition thread for Lombardia Trophy as well: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/threads/2022-lombardia-trophy-sept-16-18-bergamo-ita-cs-2.109862/
 
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FWIW, Skate Canada's International Events / Assignments page lists 7 Challenger Series competitions: https://skatecanada.ca/events/#international

12-16 Sept. 2022 2022 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic Lake Placid, USA (incl. pairs)
21-24 Sept. 2022 Nebelhorn Trophy Oberstdorf, GER (pairs)
29 Sept.-01 Oct. 2022 30th Nepela Memorial 2022 Bratislava, SVK
05-09 Oct. 2022 Finlandia Trophy Espoo Espoo, FIN (pairs)
09-13 Nov. 2022 Icechallenge 2022 Graz, AUT
17-20 Nov. 2022 Warsaw Cup Warsaw, POL (pairs)
07-10 Dec. 2022 Golden Spin of Zagreb Zagreb, CRO (pairs)

USFS' International Assignments page lists the 7 above plus Lombardia Trophy and Budapest Trophy (13-16 Oct. 2022) in Budapest, HUN - 9 total.

Not listed by either Skate Canada or USFS: 26-29 Oct. 2022 Denis Ten Memorial Challenge Nur-Sultan, KAZ

Note to @4rkidz who posted this on July 30 in another thread (Canadian Ice Dance news):
I thought 4CC wasnt in Australia anymore? Or is Skate Canada not aware or updated?
Skate Canada has since updated their International Events page.
 
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no canadians?

Based on the international competitions page on the Skate Canada website where they list athlete assignments, it looks like Skate Canada is planning on sending skaters to the following Challenger Series events (at this present time).

US Classic
Nebelhorn Trophy
Ondrej Nepala Memorial
Finlandia Trophy
Ice Challenge - Graz
Warsaw Cup
Golden Spin

Lombardia was not listed this year.

 

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Nebelhorn entries are up!!! https://results.isu.org/events/fsevent00113506.htm Notables:

Men - Messing, Sadovsky, Mihhail Selevko, Virtanen, Tomono, Younghyun Cha (who just won silver at JGP Courchevel), Shmuratko, Kapeikis

Women - Mikutina, Hendrickx, Schizas, Kiibus, Petrokina, Wi, Yun, van Zundert, Paganini, Andrews, GOLD(!!!)

Pairs (the entire field!!!!!)- Stellato-Dudek/Deschamps, Zukova/Bidar, Keriven/Bouvart (competitive debut!), Kovalevs, Piegad/Strekalin (competitive debut!), Metelkina/Parkman, Efimova/Blommaert (international debut!), Hocke/Kunkel, Conti/Macii, Valesi/Piazza, Miyu Yunoki/Shoya Ichihashi (new Japanese senior team?!), Osipova/Epstein, Holichenko/Darenskiy, McBeath/Bartholomay, Smirnova/Siianytsia

Dance - Harris/Chan, Lanaghan/Razgulajevs, Soucisse/Firus, Taschlers, Fear/Gibson, Janse van Rensburg/Steffan, Reed/Ambrulevicius, Holubtsova/Bielobrov, Cesanek/Yehorov, McNamara/Spiridonov
 

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Lombardia entries updated - Green/Parsons are out - no replacement for the US listed

No changes to US Classic entries.
 

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Nebelhorn entries are up!!! https://results.isu.org/events/fsevent00113506.htm Notables:

Men - Messing, Sadovsky, Mihhail Selevko, Virtanen, Tomono, Younghyun Cha (who just won silver at JGP Courchevel), Shmuratko, Kapeikis

Women - Mikutina, Hendrickx, Schizas, Kiibus, Petrokina, Wi, Yun, van Zundert, Paganini, Andrews, GOLD(!!!)

Pairs (the entire field!!!!!)- Stellato-Dudek/Deschamps, Zukova/Bidar, Keriven/Bouvart (competitive debut!), Kovalevs, Piegad/Strekalin (competitive debut!), Metelkina/Parkman, Efimova/Blommaert (international debut!), Hocke/Kunkel, Conti/Macii, Valesi/Piazza, Miyu Yunoki/Shoya Ichihashi (new Japanese senior team?!), Osipova/Epstein, Holichenko/Darenskiy, McBeath/Bartholomay, Smirnova/Siianytsia

Dance - Harris/Chan, Lanaghan/Razgulajevs, Soucisse/Firus, Taschlers, Fear/Gibson, Janse van Rensburg/Steffan, Reed/Ambrulevicius, Holubtsova/Bielobrov, Cesanek/Yehorov, McNamara/Spiridonov

whoaaaa Gold ! ❤️💕😉
 

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Men
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Keegan MESSING CAN 1
2 Roman SADOVSKY CAN 1
3 Jari KESSLER CRO 2
4 Tomas-Llorenc GUARINO SABATE ESP 3
5 Mihhail SELEVKO EST 4
6 Makar SUNTSEV FIN 5
7 Valtter VIRTANEN FIN 5
8 Corentin SPINAR FRA 6
9 Nikita STAROSTIN GER 7
Kai JAGODA GER 7 S
Louis WEISSERT GER 7 S
10 Matteo NALBONE ITA 8
11 Kazuki TOMONO JPN 9
12 Younghyun CHA KOR 10
13 Sihyeong LEE KOR 10
14 Kornel WITKOWSKI POL 11
15 Burak DEMIRBOGA TUR 12
16 Basar OKTAR TUR 12
17 Andrii KOKURA UKR 13
18 Ivan SHMURATKO UKR 13
19 Liam KAPEIKIS USA 14
Samuel MINDRA USA 14 S

Women
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Olga MIKUTINA AUT 1
2 Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 1
3 Loena HENDRICKX BEL 2
4 Madeline SCHIZAS CAN 3
5 Yae-Mia NEIRA CHI 4
6 Eva-Lotta KIIBUS EST 5
7 Niina PETROKINA EST 5
8 Linnea CEDER FIN 6
9 Kristina ISAEV GER 7
10 Seoyeong WI KOR 8
11 Ahsun YUN KOR 8
12 Lindsay VAN ZUNDERT NED 9
13 Livia KAISER SUI 10
14 Alexia PAGANINI SUI 10
15 Tzu-Han TING TPE 11
16 Anastasia GOZHVA UKR 12
17 Starr ANDREWS USA 13
18 Gracie GOLD USA 13
Paige RYDBERG USA 13 S

Pairs
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Deanna STELLATO-DUDEK / Maxime DESCHAMPS CAN 1
2 Jelizaveta ZUKOVA / Martin BIDAR CZE 2
3 Coline KERIVEN / Tom BOUVART FRA 3
4 Camille KOVALEV / Pavel KOVALEV FRA 3
5 Oceane PIEGAD / Denys STREKALIN FRA 3
Aurelie FAULA / Theo BELLE FRA 3 S
6 Anastasiia METELKINA / Daniil PARKMAN GEO 4
7 Alisa EFIMOVA / Ruben BLOMMAERT GER 5
8 Annika HOCKE / Robert KUNKEL GER 5
9 Sara CONTI / Niccolo MACII ITA 6
10 Anna VALESI / Manuel PIAZZA ITA 6
11 Miyu YUNOKI / Shoya ICHIHASHI JPN 7
12 Nika OSIPOVA / Dmitry EPSTEIN NED 8
13 Sofiia HOLICHENKO / Artem DARENSKYI UKR 9
14 Katie MCBEATH / Nathan BARTHOLOMAY USA 10
15 Anastasiia SMIRNOVA / Danylo SIIANYTSIA USA 10

Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Holly HARRIS / Jason CHAN AUS 1
2 Molly LANAGHAN / Dmitre RAZGULAJEVS CAN 2
3 Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS CAN 2
4 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 3
5 Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 4
6 Lou TERREAUX / Noe PERRON FRA 4
Loicia DEMOUGEOT / Theo LE MERCIER FRA 4 S
7 Lilah FEAR / Lewis GIBSON GBR 5
8 Jennifer JANSE VAN RENSBURG / Benjamin STEFFAN GER 6
9 Lara LUFT / Maximilian PFISTERER GER 6
10 Charise MATTHAEI / Max LIEBERS GER 6
11 Elisabetta LECCARDI / Mattia DALLA TORRE ITA 7
12 Allison REED / Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU 8
13 Mariia HOLUBTSOVA / Kyryl BIELOBROV UKR 9
14 Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROV USA 10
15 Lorraine MCNAMARA / Anton SPIRIDONOV USA 10

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ETA:

Livestreaming should be via sportdeutschland.tv (to be confirmed on the GER fed's event page): https://www.eislauf-union.de/de/events/nebelhorn-trophy

Competition thread is created in Kiss & Cry: https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/th...trophy-sept-21-24-oberstdorf-ger-cs-3.109873/
 
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Lombardia entries updated - Green/Parsons are out - no replacement for the US listed

No changes to US Classic entries.
Le sigh. It seems our whole upper tier is out and/or not ready yet. Well, at least the less experienced U.S. teams will be getting plenty of CS experience.

So, thus far, no scheduled CS yet for Lajoie & Lagha, Fournier-Beaudry & Sorensen, Hawayek & Baker, Chock & Bates, Green & Parsons, Carreira & Ponomarenko, Wang & Liu, or Gilles & Poirier. I know it wouldn't be a surprise for Chock & Bates and Gilles & Poirier to wait to compete until their home GPs, but it seems like the teams below them would try to get out there and take advantage of the more open field and early season to work out the kinks. Typically, it doesn't seem like the higher-ranked North American teams sign up for Nepela. (Of course the Russians are out this year so that will change the dynamic there). Finlandia tends to be popular as it's late, but certainly not all of the MIA North American teams are going to go there at the same time.
 

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Le sigh. It seems our whole upper tier is out and/or not ready yet. Well, at least the less experienced U.S. teams will be getting plenty of CS experience.

So, thus far, no scheduled CS yet for Lajoie & Lagha, Fournier-Beaudry & Sorensen, Hawayek & Baker, Chock & Bates, Green & Parsons, Carreira & Ponomarenko, Wang & Liu, or Gilles & Poirier.
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Typically, it doesn't seem like the higher-ranked North American teams sign up for Nepela. (Of course the Russians are out this year so that will change the dynamic there). Finlandia tends to be popular as it's late, but certainly not all of the MIA North American teams are going to go there at the same time.
Wang/Liu have only been back in Montreal about a month, CarPon are coming back from his surgery, Chock/Bates and GilPoir both got back to their rinks for serious training only in the last 6-7 weeks, and we know that GrePar have recently made a major coaching change.

USFS plans on sending entries to Nepela - maybe we'll see HawBak there. There's also Budapest Trophy, but I can't see any teams that have SkAm as their first GP competing there also. It wouldn't surprise me if the USFS did something like this for the remaining Challengers:

Nepela - Hawayek/Baker, Brown/Brown
Finlandia - Chock/Bates (that's where they made their debut last season), Ling/Wein
Budapest - Carreira/Ponomarenko, one of the teams that has only one GP & one Challenger right now (Bratti/Somerville, Pate/Bye, Cesanek/Yehorov)
CS Austria - Ling/Wein, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger
Golden Spin - Zingas/Kolesnik, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger

As far as Canada goes - I think we're likely to see a similar distribution with their top 3 - my bet would be on Fournier Beaudry/Sorensen going to Budapest Trophy since they don't have their GP debut until France. LajLag and GilPoir both start their GPs at SCI, so flip a coin as to which team goes to Nepela and which one goes to Finlandia. I'm a little surprised Fabbri/Ayer and Makita/Gunara haven't been assigned to any Challengers yet.

Wang/Liu - their GP debut is NHK, so they've got plenty of time before they need to show at a Challenger (if at all).
 

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Wang/Liu have only been back in Montreal about a month, CarPon are coming back from his surgery, Chock/Bates and GilPoir both got back to their rinks for serious training only in the last 6-7 weeks, and we know that GrePar have recently made a major coaching change.

USFS plans on sending entries to Nepela - maybe we'll see HawBak there. There's also Budapest Trophy, but I can't see any teams that have SkAm as their first GP competing there also. It wouldn't surprise me if the USFS did something like this for the remaining Challengers:

Nepela - Hawayek/Baker, Brown/Brown
Finlandia - Chock/Bates (that's where they made their debut last season), Ling/Wein
Budapest - Carreira/Ponomarenko, one of the teams that has only one GP & one Challenger right now (Bratti/Somerville, Pate/Bye, Cesanek/Yehorov)
CS Austria - Ling/Wein, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger
Golden Spin - Zingas/Kolesnik, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger

As far as Canada goes - I think we're likely to see a similar distribution with their top 3 - my bet would be on Fournier Beaudry/Sorensen going to Budapest Trophy since they don't have their GP debut until France. LajLag and GilPoir both start their GPs at SCI, so flip a coin as to which team goes to Nepela and which one goes to Finlandia. I'm a little surprised Fabbri/Ayer and Makita/Gunara haven't been assigned to any Challengers yet.

Wang/Liu - their GP debut is NHK, so they've got plenty of time before they need to show at a Challenger (if at all).
Budapest Trophy isn't on Skate Canada's calendar of international events, so I'm not expecting any teams there.
 

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Wang/Liu have only been back in Montreal about a month, CarPon are coming back from his surgery, Chock/Bates and GilPoir both got back to their rinks for serious training only in the last 6-7 weeks, and we know that GrePar have recently made a major coaching change.

USFS plans on sending entries to Nepela - maybe we'll see HawBak there. There's also Budapest Trophy, but I can't see any teams that have SkAm as their first GP competing there also. It wouldn't surprise me if the USFS did something like this for the remaining Challengers:

Nepela - Hawayek/Baker, Brown/Brown
Finlandia - Chock/Bates (that's where they made their debut last season), Ling/Wein
Budapest - Carreira/Ponomarenko, one of the teams that has only one GP & one Challenger right now (Bratti/Somerville, Pate/Bye, Cesanek/Yehorov)
CS Austria - Ling/Wein, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger
Golden Spin - Zingas/Kolesnik, one of the teams that winds up with only one GP & one Challenger

As far as Canada goes - I think we're likely to see a similar distribution with their top 3 - my bet would be on Fournier Beaudry/Sorensen going to Budapest Trophy since they don't have their GP debut until France. LajLag and GilPoir both start their GPs at SCI, so flip a coin as to which team goes to Nepela and which one goes to Finlandia. I'm a little surprised Fabbri/Ayer and Makita/Gunara haven't been assigned to any Challengers yet.

Wang/Liu - their GP debut is NHK, so they've got plenty of time before they need to show at a Challenger (if at all).
Perhaps C/B will wait for SkAm - they don't need the points from a challenger and they're one of 2 world medalists on the whole circuit this year (versus last post-Olympic season where there were 4, there were also 2 Olympic individual medalists then too). I think if they've started late then they may as well debut looking super polished.

It would make sense to send Gr/P to Finlandia but their withdrawal from Lombardia is strange. Is it linked to coaching change? Because if so, then why were they put forward for it in the first place? My guess is that they got feedback at Champs Camp that suggested they needed to make some changes and don't have time to sort them before then.

Depending on the way things shake out in the GP, I'd send the best team to Golden Spin as it's a good opportunity for a gold (maybe an option for Gr/P who have a more difficult route to GPF than H/B)
 

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Perhaps C/B will wait for SkAm - they don't need the points from a challenger and they're one of 2 world medalists on the whole circuit this year (versus last post-Olympic season where there were 4, there were also 2 Olympic individual medalists then too).
Ehhhhhh... GuiFab might not have a worlds medal yet, but I consider them at least on par with GilPoir, and both of them maybe a teensy notch just below Chock/Bates, in the ice dance pecking order.
It would make sense to send Gr/P to Finlandia but their withdrawal from Lombardia is strange. Is it linked to coaching change? Because if so, then why were they put forward for it in the first place? My guess is that they got feedback at Champs Camp that suggested they needed to make some changes and don't have time to sort them before then.
That was my thought as well when I saw they'd been removed from the Lombardia assignments today.
Depending on the way things shake out in the GP, I'd send the best team to Golden Spin as it's a good opportunity for a gold (maybe an option for Gr/P who have a more difficult route to GPF than H/B)
Oh, I forgot about them no longer having a Challenger (duh) since they were withdrawn from Lombardia. Golden Spin could be a good option for them, especially if it shakes out that one of Bratti/Somerville, Pate/Bye, Cesanek/Yehorov & McNamara/Spiridonov wind up with a 2nd GP assignment and don't really need another Challenger for points.
 

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Fear/Gibson are down for 3 challengers now. They usually compete quite a lot but I wouldn’t be surprised to see them withdraw from one or two - otherwise that’s potentially 8 competitions in just over three months.
 

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Men
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Larry LOUPOLOVER BUL 1
2 Corey CIRCELLI CAN 2
3 Aleksandr SELEVKO EST 3
4 Landry LE MAY FRA 4
5 Edward APPLEBY GBR 5
6 Graham NEWBERRY GBR 5
7 Mozes Jozsef BEREI HUN 6
8 Aleksandr VLASENKO HUN 6
9 Aleksei VLASENKO HUN 6
10 Gabriele FRANGIPANI ITA 7
11 Junhwan CHA KOR 8
12 Hangil KIM KOR 8
13 Hyungyeom KIM KOR 8
14 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT 9
15 Vladimir SAMOILOV POL 10
16 Adam HAGARA SVK 11
17 Nikolaj MAJOROV SWE 12
18 Eric SJOBERG USA 13
Goku ENDO USA 13 S
Joseph KLEIN USA 13 S

Women
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 1
2 Eliska BREZINOVA CZE 2
3 Michaela VRASTAKOVA CZE 2
4 Maia MAZZARA FRA 3
5 Mae Berenice MEITE FRA 3
6 Nina POVEY GBR 4
7 Kristen SPOURS GBR 4
8 Julia LANG HUN 5
9 Regina SCHERMANN HUN 5
10 Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 6
11 Haein LEE KOR 7
12 Aleksandra GOLOVKINA LTU 8
13 Julia SAUTER ROU 9
14 Antonina DUBININA SRB 10
15 Ema DOBOSZOVA SVK 11
16 Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 11
17 Alena BUDKO USA 12
18 Isabeau LEVITO USA 12

Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 India NETTE / Eron WESTWOOD AUS 1
2 Marjorie LAJOIE / Zachary LAGHA CAN 2
3 Miku MAKITA / Tyler GUNARA CAN 2
4 Yuka ORIHARA / Juho PIRINEN FIN 3
5 Juulia TURKKILA / Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 3
6 Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 4
7 Lilah FEAR / Lewis GIBSON GBR 5
8 Lucy HANCOCK / Ilias FOURATI HUN 6
9 Mariia IGNATEVA / Danijil Leonyidovics SZEMKO HUN 6
10 Victoria MANNI / Carlo ROETHLISBERGER ITA 7
11 Carolina PORTESI PERONI / Michael CHRASTECKY ITA 7
12 Anastasia POLIBINA / Pavel GOLOVISHNIKOV POL 8
13 Maria Sofia PUCHEROVA / Nikita LYSAK SVK 9
14 Oona BROWN / Gage BROWN USA 10
15 Eva PATE / Logan BYE USA 10
Emily BRATTI / Ian SOMERVILLE USA 10 S
Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA 10 S
Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROV USA 10 S
Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA 10 S
Caroline GREEN / Michael PARSONS USA 10 S
Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER USA 10 S
Angela LING / Caleb WEIN USA 10 S
Lorraine MCNAMARA / Anton SPIRIDONOV USA 10 S

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I'm really happy for Alena Budko to be making her senior international debut! She competed at Golden Bear in Croatia in advanced novice 4(!) years ago and has narrowly missed qualifying to nationals at least a couple times over the past few years, so it's nice to see her persistence and dedication pay off. :)
 

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Exciting! Gamez/Korovin of the Philippines are FINALLY scheduled to make their debut! And Smirnova/Siianytsia have been assigned - guess they must have just not felt quite ready after Champs Camp to debut at Nebelhorn. Mokhova/Mokhov and Plazas/Fernandez are also listed, but neither team is listed on the USFS Int'l Assignments page, so they aren't confirmed yet.

Green/Parsons, Hawayek/Baker AND Ling/Wein for the US in ice dance!

Lindsay Thorngren! Kiibus, Gubanova, Yelim Kim, Haein Lee, Mikutina, van Zundert, Taljegard, Paganini - good mix of top & mid-tier women.

Heh - Morisi is entered for the men. We'll see what kind of shape he's in (if he shows up). Shaidorov, Litvintsev, Levandi, Mihhail Selevko, Junhwan Cha, Shmuratko, Majorov, Nordeback!
 
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FWIW only Smirnova/Siianytsia are listed for Finlandia on the USFS international assignments page (Plazas/Fernandez and Mokhova/Mokhova are listed in the ISU entries).
 

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