ISU Communication No. 2388: Entries/Participation 2022 Olympics in Singles, Pairs & Ice Dance

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Kailani Craine from Australia, Sofia Frank is now representing the Philippines (was on the USFS' ISP list previously), Cyprus - depending on whether they send Zingas or Kitromilis (who did very well at Cranberry Cup), possibly Emmy Ma from TPE if she is still skating.

Czech Republic's Brezinova has already qualified and doesn't need to compete at Nebelhorn, same with Estonia (Kiibus' finish at Worlds qualified them).

France - Meite is only just back on the ice apparently and their other women aren't likely to finish high enough unless they've improved significantly since WTT.

Hungary & Ukraine - huh? Not likely.
My bad - yes, Estonia and Czech Rep are already q, so those countries falls away.

But I completely forgot about Craine from Australia. Surely she's a contender.
And the others you named too.

LOL! Hungary and Ukraine? Yeah, I didn't have anyone in mind, but these countries usually have some good stuff that pops up now and then...:)
 

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ISU PB total scores for the ladies' candidates after WTT (6 Olympic spots are available):

* = 2021 Challenge Cup total scores (not counted as ISU PB/SB)
+ = competed at 2018 Olympics
Updating my earlier list:

Country entered in 2021 Worlds:
USA for 3rd spot (Alysa Liu confirmed - scored 205.74 in her senior international debut at Cranberry Cup)
Poland (Kurakova 201.47)
Switzerland (+Paganini 192.88)
Italy (5 on national team: Gutmann 179.59 WTT 2021; Negrello 170.20 WTT 2021; Piredda 180.55 WTT 2019; Tornaghi 178.60 YOG 2020; Beccari 167.94 2019 CS)
France (+Meite 178.89 but currently rehabbing from surgery; Mazzara 155.42; Serna 152.91)
Hong Kong (Leung 177.22) - hasn't competed since 2019 Cup of China; scheduled for U.S. Classic, Sept. 15-18
Chinese Taipei (Ma 177.29* [has not competed this summer]; Tzu-Han Ting 149.04 Jr. Worlds - turned 15 in Feb.)
Cyprus (Zingas 144.61/171.30*)
Ukraine (Arkhipova 170.56 JGP 2018; Shabotova 144.85 Jr. Worlds - turned 15 in Jan.)
Australia (+Craine 167.84)
Hungary (Lang 166.55 [recovering from injury]; +Toth 160.83)
Slovenia (Grm 161.16)
Israel (Ioffe 144.13 JGP/153.28*)
Latvia (Kuchvalska 150.86)
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ETA: Kazakhstan (+Tursynbaeva 224.76 when she won silver at 2019 Worlds - will she return? her last international was Shanghai Trophy in early Oct. 2019)

Cranberry Cup (Senior B earlier this month) - more results relevant to this thread:
8 Marilena KITROMILIS, CYP 57.93 (8) 101.46 (10) 159.39 - scheduled to compete at Autumn Classic Int'l, Sept. 16-19
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10 Emilea ZINGAS, CYP 48.85 (13) 105.53 (9) 154.38
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12 Kailani CRAINE, AUS 50.95 (11) 91.15 (14) 142.10
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WD mid-FS due to injury: Isadora WILLIAMS, BRA 44.84 (16)

2014 & 2018 Olympian Nicole Rajicova competed in Slovakia's recent test skate (ETA link to results is posted in the OES News thread): https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/threads/oes-news-2021-2022-season.108400/#post-6046212

Glacier Falls club competition in Anaheim, California in late July:
1 Tzu-Han Ting (TPE) 55.35 (3) 120.20 (1) 175.55
3 Sofia Frank (now PHI) 57.96 (2) 101.77 (3) 159.73
4 Kailani Craine (AUS) 62.87 (1) 94.49 (5) 157.36
 
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ISU PB total scores for the men's candidates after WTT (7 Olympic spots available):
+ = competed at 2018 Olympics
Updating my earlier men's list:

USA for 3rd spot (+Zhou CONFIRMED - 288.26 at Cranberry Cup earlier this month; 299.01 at 2019 WTT; 281.16 when he won bronze at 2019 Worlds)

Russia for 3rd spot (+Aliev 272.89 when he won 2020 Euros/265.11 at 2020 Rostelecom Cup; Mozalev 245.09 when he won 2019 Jr. Worlds/266.69 at RC, Gumennik 268.47 RC, Ignatov 260.78 RC/265.37 at Russian Nationals, Kondratiuk 260.31 at RN)

Canada for 2nd spot (Sadovsky CONFIRMED - 247.50 when he won bronze at 2019 NHK Trophy)

France for 2nd spot (likely Siao Him Fa 230.92; also Ponsart 229.86 - both had higher totals at 2021 Challenge Cup)

Azerbaijan (Litvintsev 230.84)
Germany (+Fentz 230.01)
Australia (+Kerry 224.44; 217.39 in his season debut in last week's Moscow Open)
South Korea for 2nd spot (Sihyeong Lee 218.31 JGP in 2019; 194.25 in the Nebelhorn selection comp. on Aug. 19-20)
Austria (likely Zandron 217.65; Maierhofer 198.29 in 2018)
Turkey (Demirboga 213.39; Oktar 202.17 - both had higher totals at 2021 Challenge Cup)
Armenia (Hayrapetyan 209.58)
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Great Britain (Peter James Hallam 195.61; Edward Appleby won JGP bronze last week with a total score of 182.41)
Spain (Tomas Llorenc Guarino Sabate 192.70 at 2021 Challenge Cup; 192.10 at 2021 Egna Spring Trophy
Philippines (Edrian Paul Celestino CONFIRMED - 191.45 at 2019 Finlandia Trophy)
 
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So for Women - Nebelhorn - the toughest competition for the six spots might be from:

Armenia - Gubanova - if the transfer goes through
FigureSkatingGeorgia confirmed on their Instagram account on Aug. 31 that Anastasia Gubanova will represent their federation ("Welcome Anastasia Gubanova to #TeamGeorgia!"): https://www.instagram.com/p/CTPGvpBIB3Q/
Alina Urushadze qualified an Olympic spot for Georgia at 2021 Worlds.

Skate Austria confirmed today that the Nebelhorn spot will be decided between Luc Maierhofer and Maurizio Zandron at Lombardia Trophy: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTOolYXCyKW/
This looks to be the case for the 3 Austrian women entered in Lombardia: Stefanie Pesendorfer, Lara Roth, and Sophia Schaller (their ISU PBs: Pesendorfer 150.54 Jr. Worlds, Schaller 130.05, Roth 124.00)
ETA that Olga Mikutina & Ziegler/Kiefer, not surprisingly, already are confirmed for the Olympics according to Skate Austria: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTMC2zMC89F/

Adam SIAO HIM FA, Romain Ponsart and Adrien Tesson (men) and Maia Mazzara and Lea Serna are entered in Lombardia for France.

2021 Nebelhorn Trophy initial entries are not yet published (was hoping to see the lists today :shuffle: ): http://www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent00110963.htm
 
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Bolded names below are entered in the Olympic Qualifying competition at 2021 Nebelhorn Trophy
S - Substitute Entry
N - not for Olympic Qualifying

Men (7 Olympic spots; 26 countries)
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Slavik HAYRAPETYAN ARM 1
2 Brendan KERRY AUS 2

James MIN AUS 2 S
3 Luc MAIERHOFER AUT 3 N
4 Maurizio ZANDRON AUT 3
5 Vladimir LITVINTSEV AZE 4
6 Larry LOUPOLOVER BUL 5
Radoslav MARINOV BUL 5 S
Alexander ZLATKOV BUL 5 S
7 Roman SADOVSKY CAN 6
Nam NGUYEN CAN 6 S
Conrad ORZEL CAN 6 S
Joseph PHAN CAN 6 S
8 Jari KESSLER CRO 7
9 Tomas Llorenc GUARINO SABATE ESP 8

Pablo GARCIA ESP 8 S
Arnau JOLY ESP 8 S
10 Valtter VIRTANEN FIN 9
11 Adam SIAO HIM FA FRA 10

Romain PONSART FRA 10 S
12 Peter James HALLAM GBR 11
Graham NEWBERRY GBR 11 S
13 Paul FENTZ GER 12
14 Kai JAGODA GER 12 N
15 Thomas STOLL GER 12 N
Nikita STAROSTIN GER 12 S
16 Harrison Jon-Yen WONG HKG 13
Lap Kan YUEN HKG 13 S
17 Andras CSERNOCH HUN 14
Mate BOROCZ HUN 14 S
18 Conor STAKELUM IRL 15
Samuel MCALLISTER IRL 15 S
19 Gabriele FRANGIPANI ITA 16 N
20 Dias JIRENBAYEV KAZ 17
Mikhail SHAIDOROV KAZ 17 S
21 Sihyeong LEE KOR 18
Deokhoon JEONG KOR 18 S
Jaeseok KYEONG KOR 18 S
22 Davide LEWTON BRAIN MON 19
23 Edrian Paul CELESTINO PHI 20

Christopher CALUZA PHI 20 S
24 Kornel WITKOWSKI POL 21
Mikhail MOGILEN POL 21 S
25 Matthew SAMUELS RSA 22
26 Dmitri ALIEV RUS 23

Artur DANIELIAN RUS 23 S
Petr GUMENNIK RUS 23 S
Makar IGNATOV RUS 23 S
Mark KONDRATIUK RUS 23 S
Andrei MOZALEV RUS 23 S
Alexander SAMARIN RUS 23 S
27 Nicola TODESCHINI SUI 24 N
28 Adam HAGARA SVK 25
Michael NEUMAN SVK 25 S
29 Che Yu YEH TPE 26
30 Burak DEMIRBOGA TUR 27

31 Basar OKTAR TUR 27 N
32 Vincent ZHOU USA 28
Jimmy MA USA 28 S
Maxim NAUMOV USA 28 S

Women (6 Olympic spots; 34 countries)
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Anastasiya GALUSTYAN ARM 1
2 Kailani CRAINE AUS 2

Victoria ALCANTARA AUS 2 S
3 Sophia SCHALLER AUT 3
Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 3 S
Lara ROTH AUT 3 S
4 Viktoriia SAFONOVA BLR 4
5 Isadora WILLIAMS BRA 5
6 Yae-Mia NEIRA CHI 6
7 Emilea ZINGAS CYP 7

Marilena KITROMILIS CYP 7 S
8 Nikola RYCHTARIKOVA CZE 8 N
9 Maia SORENSEN DEN 9
10 Gerli LIINAMAE EST 10 N
11 Oona OUNASVUORI FIN 11 N
12 Maia MAZZARA FRA 12
Lea SERNA FRA 12 S
13 Nathalie WEINZIERL GER 13 N
14 Alexandra MINTSIDOU GRE 14
Dimitra KORRI GRE 14 S
15 Joanna SO HKG 15 (won HKG Nationals; Yi Christy Leung is entered in US Classic)
Cheuk Ka Kahlen CHEUNG HKG 15 S
16 Julia LANG HUN 16
Regina SCHERMANN HUN 16 S
Ivett TOTH HUN 16 S
17 Tara PRASAD IND 17
18 Aldis Kara BERGSDOTTIR ISL 18
19 Taylor MORRIS ISR 19

Ivetta BERKOVICH ISR 19 S
Nelli IOFFE ISR 19 S
Alina IUSHCHENKOVA ISR 19 S
Alina SOUPIAN ISR 19 S
20 Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 20
Lucrezia BECCARI ITA 20 S
Ginevra Lavinia NEGRELLO ITA 20 S
Marina PIREDDA ITA 20 S
Alessia TORNAGHI ITA 20 S
21 Bagdana RAKHISHOVA KAZ 21 (no Elizabet Turnsynbaeva)
22 Angelina KUCHVALSKA LAT 22
Mariia BOLSHEVA LAT 22 S
Anete LACE LAT 22 S
23 Romana KAISER LIE 23
24 Aleksandra GOLOVKINA LTU 24
25 Eugenia GARZA MEX 25

Andrea MONTESINOS CANTU MEX 25 S
26 Jocelyn HONG NZL 26
27 Sofia Lexi Jacqueline FRANK PHI 27

Alisson Krystle PERTICHETO PHI 27 S
28 Ekaterina KURAKOVA POL 28
29 Julia SAUTER ROU 29
30 Dasa GRM SLO 30
31 Antonina DUBININA SRB 31
32 Alexia PAGANINI SUI 32

Yasmine Kimiko YAMADA SUI 32 S
33 Nicole RAJICOVA SVK 33
Ema DOBOSZOVA SVK 33 S
Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 33 S
34 Josefin TALJEGARD SWE 34 N
35 Thita LAMSAM THA 35
36 Tzu-Han TING TPE 36
(Emmy Ma hasn't competed since 2021 Worlds)
37 Sinem PEKDER TUR 37
Guzide Irmak BAYIR TUR 37 S
Yasemin ZEKI TUR 37 S
38 Anastasiia SHABOTOVA UKR 38
Mariia ANDRIICHUK UKR 38 S
Anastasiia ARKHIPOVA UKR 38 S
39 Alysa LIU USA 39
Mariah BELL USA 39 S
Audrey SHIN USA 39 S

Pairs (3 Olympic spots; 13 countries - PRK did not enter a team this time)
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Anastasia GOLUBEVA / Hektor GIOTOPOULOS MOORE AUS 1
Campbell YOUNG / Lachlan LEWER AUS 1 S
2 Bogdana LUKASHEVICH / Alexander STEPANOV BLR 2
3 Yuchen WANG / Yihang HUANG CHN 3
4 Lana PETRANOVIC / Antonio SOUZA KORDEIRU CRO 4
5 Laura BARQUERO / Marco ZANDRON ESP 5

Dorota BRODA / Pedro BETEGON MARTIN ESP 5 S
6 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 6
Coline KERIVEN / Noel-Antoine PIERRE FRA 6 S
7 Zoe JONES / Christopher BOYADJI GBR 7
Anastasia VAIPAN-LAW / Luke DIGBY GBR 7 S
8 Karina SAFINA / Luka BERULAVA GEO 8
Anastasiia METELKINA / Daniil PARKMAN GEO 8 S
9 Minerva Fabienne HASE / Nolan SEEGERT GER 9 N
10 Annika HOCKE / Robert KUNKEL GER 9 N
11 Hailey KOPS / Evgeni KRASNOPOLSKI ISR 10
12 Nicole DELLA MONICA / Matteo GUARISE ITA 11 N
Sara CONTI / Niccolo MACII ITA 11 S,N
13 Daria DANILOVA / Michel TSIBA NED 12
14 Anna HERNIK / Michal WOZNIAK POL 13
15 Greta CRAFOORD / John CRAFOORD SWE 14
16 Sofiia HOLICHENKO / Artem DARENSKYI UKR 15


Ice Dance (4 Olympic spots; 17 countries)
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Tina GARABEDIAN / Simon PROULX SENECAL ARM 1
2 Holly HARRIS / Jason CHAN AUS 2

Chantelle KERRY / Andrew DODDS AUS 2 S
3 Ekaterina KUZNETSOVA / Oleksandr KOLOSOVSKYI AZE 3
4 Ekaterina MITROFANOVA / Vladislav KASINSKIJ BIH 4
5 Viktoria SEMENJUK / Ilya YUKHIMUK BLR 5
6 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 6
7 Juulia TURKKILA / Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 7
8 Sasha FEAR / George WADDELL GBR 8
9 Maria KAZAKOVA / Georgy REVIYA GEO 9

10 Viktoriia LOPUSOVA / Asaf KAZIMOV GER 10 N
11 Lara LUFT / Maximilian PFISTERER GER 10 N
12 Katharina MUELLER / Tim DIECK GER 10 N
13 Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 10 N
14 Anna YANOVSKAYA / Adam LUKACS HUN 11
Mariia IGNATEVA / Danyil SZEMKO HUN 11 S
15 Shira ICHILOV / Laurent ABECASSIS ISR 12
Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 12 S
16 Carolina MOSCHENI / Francesco FIORETTI ITA 13
Chiara CALDERONE / Francesco RIVA ITA 13 S
Carolina PORTESI PERONI / Michael CHRASTECKY ITA 13 S
17 Yura MIN / Daniel EATON KOR 14
18 Chelsea VERHAEGH / Sherim VAN GEFFEN NED 15
19 Charlotte LAFOND-FOURNIER / Richard Kang In KAM NZL 16
20 Maria Sofia PUCHEROVA / Nikita LYSAK SVK 17
21 Yuliia ZHATA / Berk AKALIN TUR 18
 
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No Tursynbaeva for Kazakhstan, so she's not actually going to compete this year despite being registered for the Grand Prix.
 

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3 Luc MAIERHOFER AUT 3 N
4 Maurizio ZANDRON AUT 3
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3 Sophia SCHALLER AUT 3
Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 3 S
Lara ROTH AUT 3 S
Skate Austria's Instagram post 2 days ago: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTOolYXCyKW/:
A thrilling neck-and-neck race between our men 💥🇦🇹🤩
Who is going to make his way to Nebelhorn Trophy 2021? @lucmaierhofer or @maurizio.zandron ➡️ Find out next week at Lombardia Trophy 2021!
However, Skate Austria's post re. their 3 women is worded differently: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTROGyNCaRp/
Who is going to be lady #2 to represent 🇦🇹 at the Olympic Games 2022?
Find out in the first battle at Lombardia Trophy 2021, where Sophia Schaller (@sophia_schaller_00 ), Stefanie Pesendorfer (@s_pesendorfer ) and Lara Roth (@laranikolaroth ) will skate their hearts out! ⛸❤️🤩
 

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:wideeyes: I just looked at Krasnopolski's Wikipedia page and was astonished that he's had just seven partners. It seems like it should be so many more than that. :confused:
I think there are more, but the partnerships never competed so they aren't worth noting. There's gaps in the years where he was trying out with this partner or that partner, and things just didn't work out.
 

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Men (7 Olympic spots; 26 countries)
30 Burak DEMIRBOGA TUR 27
31 Basar OKTAR TUR 27 N

Women (6 Olympic spots; 34 countries)
37 Sinem PEKDER TUR 37
Guzide Irmak BAYIR TUR 37 S
Yasemin ZEKI TUR 37 S
The Turkish federation held a skateoff for their Olympic qualifying singles spots and the final results were announced today: https://www.instagram.com/p/CTcPKZXocif/

Başar Oktar 188,03 (58,60 in SP; 129.43 in FS)
Burak Demirboğa 185,16 (62,27 in SP; 122.89 in FS)

Sinem Pekder 131,37 (46,54 ; 84.83)
Yasemin Zeki 112,28 (36,53 ; 75.75)
(Guzide Irmak Bayir did not compete.)

Results after the short programs yesterday:
 

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If I were Austrian and Turkish Feds, I wouldn't be tempted to enter their other skater for the regular Challenger as they did in the original entry list.
 

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If I were Austrian and Turkish Feds, I wouldn't be tempted to enter their other skater for the regular Challenger as they did in the original entry list.
Maierhofer was definitely way below Zandron‘s level so far, so I don’t see a problem there.
Turkey on the other side. As said in my original post, if both skaters go, this is might get ugly 🆘🙈
I see Latvia switched to Lace instead of Kuchvalska.
Was surprised to see Kuchvalska got the initial mention. Not that I think it makes any difference who they send in the end.
 

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I see Latvia switched to Lace instead of Kuchvalska.

Maierhofer was definitely way below Zandron‘s level so far, so I don’t see a problem there.
Turkey on the other side. As said in my original post, if both skaters go, this is might get ugly 🆘🙈

Was surprised to see Kuchvalska got the initial mention. Not that I think it makes any difference who they send in the end.
And both of them are entered for Lombardia Trophy this weekend. Kuchvalska is still listed as a substitute for Nebelhorn so I'd say that the Lombardia results will determine who actually skates at Nebelhorn.
 

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So for Women - Nebelhorn - the toughest competition for the six spots might be from:

Armenia - Gubanova - if the transfer goes through
Belarus - Safonova - if the government permits
Czech R
Estonia
France
Hungary
Italy - Talalaikina - if the transfer goes through, or someone else
Moldova - Gracheva . if the transfer goes through
Poland - Kurakova
Switzerland - Paganini
Ukraine
USA

Surely I have missed some countries?
Gubanova for Armenia? I read earlier she was going to skate for Georgia. Which one is correct?
 

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Demirboga is not happy at all with the judging situation and some of the calls based on his social media, so I would think this is a likely case for Turkey ;)
Agreed. ETA that I do recall that -- after the 2021 Worlds decision was made -- he posted he had no problem with Oktar, just the way the federation had handled the situation.
I had seen it. In a recent post someone had posted Armenia (See the post I was responding to). That is why I asked that question.
My post came after the post you responded to :):
FigureSkatingGeorgia confirmed on their Instagram account on Aug. 31 that Anastasia Gubanova will represent their federation ("Welcome Anastasia Gubanova to #TeamGeorgia!"): https://www.instagram.com/p/CTPGvpBIB3Q/
Alina Urushadze qualified an Olympic spot for Georgia at 2021 Worlds.
 
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Demirboga is not happy at all with the judging situation and some of the calls based on his social media, so I would think this is a likely case for Turkey ;)
Men's entry list was updated today and it now shows Basar Oktar as their qualifying entrant with Burak Demirboga as their non-qualifying entrant. I'm a little surprised the Turkish fed didn't withdraw Demirboga completely but there's still another 2 weeks to let the drama play out.
 

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Now we know why no North Korean pair is listed for Nebelhorn: the IOC has suspended the North Korean NOC til the end of 2022, so North Korea is not allowed to take part at the Beijing Olympics.
 

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Now we know why no North Korean pair is listed for Nebelhorn: the IOC has suspended the North Korean NOC til the end of 2022, so North Korea is not allowed to take part at the Beijing Olympics.
North Korean athletes will be allowed to participate pending individual approval by the IOC. North Korea as a NOC will not be allowed to participate in Beijing in the same way that Russia has been “banned” from the last two Olympics.
 

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North Korean athletes will be allowed to participate pending individual approval by the IOC. North Korea as a NOC will not be allowed to participate in Beijing in the same way that Russia has been “banned” from the last two

North Korean athletes will be allowed to participate pending individual approval by the IOC. North Korea as a NOC will not be allowed to participate in Beijing in the same way that Russia has been “banned” from the last two Olympics.
That's what I said: North Korea and not North Korean athletes. But there won't be North Korean athletes at the Beijing Games because North Korea will not let them qualify.
 

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That's what I said: North Korea and not North Korean athletes. But there won't be North Korean athletes at the Beijing Games because North Korea will not let them qualify.
I would say that their Pairs team (or any other skaters) aren't likely to be invited by the IOC to attend as independent athletes. Not only did PRK not send them to Nebelhorn to compete, they weren't at Worlds last year and they weren't seen at all during the 2019-20 season. So, they will have been non-existent for what amounts to 2 full seasons. There are other North Korean athletes who could garner an invitation to compete in Beijing but not in figure skating, in most all likelihood. Possibly if there are still 2 open quota spots after the team event is filled out, they might get asked but they're also going to have to show up at some point this fall - there are two Challengers in Asia - Asian Open Trophy, which is the Beijing FS test event, and the Denis Ten Memorial. If PRK sent them to one or both of those and they skated fairly well, sure, there might be an offer made but I'm doubtful they'll appear at any fall comps.
 

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