ISU Junior Grand Prix 2022-23 announcement

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Published today (July 7, 2022):

The ISU has announced the dates and venues of the Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating events and Final for the season 2022/23 as follows:

1st event: August 24 - 27, 2022 Courchevel, France
2nd event: Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, 2022 Ostrava, Czech Republic (incl. Pairs)
3rd event: September 7 - 10, 2022 Riga, Latvia (incl. Pairs)
[one week break]
4th event: September 21 - 24, 2022 Yerevan, Armenia
5th event: Sept. 28 - Oct. 1, 2022 Grenoble, France (incl. Pairs)
6th event: October 5 - 8, 2022 Gdansk, Poland (incl. Pairs)
7th event: October 12 - 15, 2022 Egna-Neumarkt, Italy

Combined Senior/Junior Grand Prix Final will be December 8 – 11, 2022 in Torino, Italy.

Announcement document (25 pages): https://isu.org/docman-documents-li...es-53/28999-general-announcement-2022-23/file

ISU's JGP info page:

JGP #1 Announcement is published (13 pages): https://www.isu.org/docman-document...-grand-prix-courchevel-2022-announcement/file
"The Entries by names must be made via the ISU Online Registration System (ORS) ... not later than Friday, July 22, 2022 – 20:00 (local time Courchevel)."
 
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The next 2 Announcements have been published.

JGP #2: https://isu.org/docman-documents-li...nior-grand-prix-ostrava-cze-announcement/file
"The Entries by names must be made ... not later than Friday, July 29, 2022 – 20:00 h (local time Ostrava)."

JGP #3: https://isu.org/docman-documents-li...or-grand-prix-riga-cup-2022-announcement/file
"The Entries by names must be made ... not later than Friday, August 05, 2022 – 20:00 h (local time Riga)."

Re-posting here from the Australian news thread:
Junior Grand Prix:
Aug 24-27, 2022 JGP #1 Courchevel, FRA: Simona Bhasin
Sep 07-10, 2022 JGP #3 Riga, LAT: Vlada Vasiliev; Julio Potapenko
Sep 28-Oct 1, 2022 JGP #5 Grenoble, FRA: Sienna Kaczmarczyk; Julio Potapenko; Young/Lewer & Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore
Oct 05-08, 2022 JGP #6 Gdansk, POL: Vlada Vasiliev; Young/Lewer & Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore
Mexico's JGP assignments were posted in a letter dated June 28: https://www.instagram.com/p/CfWUGR2r4-m/
#2: Regina Garcia de Leon Saab
#3: Natalia Acosta Moises, Harlow Stanley/Nikita Sosnenko (new ice dance team based at WISA)
#5: Andrea Astrain Maynez, Harlow Stanley/Nikita Sosnenko
 
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We should be getting the Courchevel entries early next week!

Re-posting here from other threads:
Approved by ISA Board=Names now in Blue on ISA's updated spreadsheet:
Junior Grand Prix:
Aug 24-27, 2022 JGP #1 Courchevel, FRA: Simona Bhasin
Sep 07-10, 2022 JGP #3 Riga, LAT: Vlada Vasiliev; Julio Potapenko
Sep 28-Oct 1, 2022 JGP #5 Grenoble, FRA: Sienna Kaczmarczyk; Julio Potapenko; Young/Lewer & Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore
Oct 05-08, 2022 JGP #6 Gdansk, POL: Vlada Vasiliev; Young/Lewer & Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore
Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore have been assigned to 2 Senior GPs - will they choose to move up to the big time?

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Japan's JGP assignments:
JGP Courchevel: Shunsuke Nakamura (J6), Ryoga Morimoto (J7); Hana Yoshida (J4), Ayumi Shibayama (J6)

JGP Ostrava: Nozomu Yoshioka (J3), Haru Kakiuchi (J14); Mao Shimada (J1, N1), Ikura Kushida (J8); Nao Kida / Masaya Morita (J1); Haruka Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi (new pairs team)

JGP Riga: Tudoi Suto (J16), Rio Nakata (J17, N1); Ami Nakai (J7)

JGP Yerevan: Takeru Amine Kataise (J4), Shunsuke Nakamura (J6); Hana Yoshida (J4), Mone Chiba (J3)

JGP Grenoble: Nozomu Yoshioka (J3); Mao Shimada (J1, N1); Nao Kida / Masaya Morita (J1)

JGP Gdansk: Tudoi Suto (J16)

JGP Egna: Takeru Amine Kataise (J4), Rio Nakata (J17, N1)

One Junior Men entry for JGP Grenoble, one Junior Men entry & one Junior Women entry for JGP Gdansk and two Junior Women entries for JGP Egna have yet to be decided.

Based on the WJC results last season Japan only had 1 entry in 7 events for Junior Women originally, now there're 11 entries in total. I assume it's Switzerland that gave up some spots.

(above was all written by @Gris originally in the JPN news thread)

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German federation's JGP nominations so far (thanks @sandra_persch): https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/threads/german-skating-news-2022-2023-season.109792/#post-6277298
 
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Golubeva/Giotopoulos Moore have been assigned to 2 Senior GPs - will they choose to move up to the big time?
Yes. They're a strong contender for a medal at SkAm. The field at Espoo is a bit deeper but they could still surprise with a medal. I'd say they have an outside shot at the GPF. Maybe not as much prize money, but they're certainly competitive enough for the GP.
 

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Based on this IG post from the Letovs, it sounds like Will Annis is assigned to an early JGP?

 

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Based on this IG post from the Letovs, it sounds like Will Annis is assigned to an early JGP?

Not surprising but for his sake I hope it's a slightly later one like Riga and not the first or second one. He looked pretty rough at Skate Milwaukee, I'm guessing because he was just coming back from injury or similar. He's certainly talented enough to have a good shot at making the final.
 

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JGP Courchevel assignments are up on the USFS website :cheer2:: https://usfigureskatingfanzone.com/...23-international-assignments-and-results.aspx

Ladies: Clare Seo, Sarah Everhardt
Men: Michael Xie, Lucius Kazanecki
Dance: Pham/Rogers, Peals
Hmmmm... Little surprising that Neset/Markelov didn't get the first assignment, but maybe they want a bit more time to hone their programs. Pham/Rogers and the Peals have definitely earned their assignments though.

Wonder which JGP Will Annis has since we know he has one.

And, go Clare! May she have even better results this year in Courchevel than she did last year where she won bronze!
 

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Courchevel entries are published on ISU website

ISU JGP Courchevel 2022 entries as of July 26 (South Korea just held their selection comp. this past weekend so their skaters' names should appear soon):

Junior Men
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Raul GARCIA SHIBINSKAIA AND 1
2 David LI CAN 2
David BONDAR CAN 2 S
Grayson LONG CAN 2 S
Rio MORITA CAN 2 S
3 Matias LINDFORS FIN 3
Arttu JUUSOLA FIN 3 S
Makar SUNTSEV FIN 3 S
4 Axel AHMED FRA 4
5 Jean MEDARD FRA 4
6 Ian VAUCLIN FRA 4
Francois PITOT FRA 4 S
7 Connor BRAY GBR 5
Edward APPLEBY GBR 5 S
Lucas FITTERER GBR 5 S
Freddie LEGGOTT GBR 5 S
Jedidiah LINCOLN GBR 5 S
8 Dillon JUDGE IRL 6
9 Leonid GITELMAN ISR 7
Nikita KOVALENKO ISR 7 S
Iakov POGREBINSKII ISR 7 S
10 Tommaso BARISON ITA 8
Nikolaj MEMOLA ITA 8 S
Matteo NALBONE ITA 8 S
Raffaele Francesco ZICH ITA 8 S
11 Ryoga MORIMOTO JPN 9
12 Shunsuke NAKAMURA JPN 9
Haru KAKIUCHI JPN 9 S
Takeru Amine KATAISE JPN 9 S
Ryusei KIKUCHI JPN 9 S
Rio NAKATA JPN 9 S
Tsudoi SUTO JPN 9 S
Seigo TAUCHI JPN 9 S
Nozomu YOSHIOKA JPN 9 S
13 Nikita KRIVOSHEYEV KAZ 10
14 Oleg MELNIKOV KAZ 10
Rakhat BRALIN KAZ 10 S
Artur SMAGULOV KAZ 10 S
15 Men KOR TBA KOR 11
16 Pagiel Yie Ken SNG SGP 12
17 Noah BODENSTEIN SUI 13
Georgii PAVLOV SUI 13 S
18 Adam HAGARA SVK 14
Marko PILIAR SVK 14 S
Lukas VACLAVIK SVK 14 S
19 Jonathan EGYPTSON SWE 15
Casper JOHANSSON SWE 15 S
Andreas NORDEBACK SWE 15 S
20 Efe Ergin DINCER TUR 16
Ali Efe GUNES TUR 16 S
Alp Tore OVALIOGLU TUR 16 S
Alp Eren OZKAN TUR 16 S
21 Dhiyab ALDARMAKI UAE 17
22 Lucius KAZANECKI USA 18
23 Michael XIE USA 18
William ANNIS USA 18 S
Kirk HAUGETO USA 18 S
Jonathan HILDEBRANDT USA 18 S
Kai KOVAR USA 18 S
Taira SHINOHARA USA 18 S
Beck STROMMER USA 18 S
Robert YAMPOLSKY USA 18 S
Maxim ZHARKOV USA 18 S

Junior Women
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Paula MARGARIDO PEREIRA AND 1
2 Simona BHASIN AUS 2
3 Lia PEREIRA CAN 3
Fiona BOMBARDIER CAN 3 S
Sara-Maude DUPUIS CAN 3 S
Hetty SHI CAN 3 S
4 Babeth HANSSON-OSTERGAARD DEN 4
SelmaSiri LARSEN DEN 4 S
5 Valentina CUEVA ECU 5
6 Maria Eliise KALJUVERE EST 6
Sandra-Liisa JERMONOK EST 6 S
Nataly LANGERBAUR EST 6 S
Marianne MUST EST 6 S
Amalia ZELENJAK EST 6 S
7 Janna JYRKINEN FIN 7
Lotta ARTIMO FIN 7 S
Pihla BERGMAN FIN 7 S
Iida KARHUNEN FIN 7 S
Petra LAHTI FIN 7 S
Olivia LISKO FIN 7 S
Nella PELKONEN FIN 7 S
Minja PELTONEN FIN 7 S
Rosa REPONEN FIN 7 S
8 Eve DUBECQ FRA 8
9 Lola GHOZALI FRA 8
10 Clemence MAYINDU FRA 8
Lorine SCHILD FRA 8 S
11 Lowenna PRIGG GBR 9
Molly ROBOTHAM GBR 9 S
Arabella SEAR-WATKINS GBR 9 S
Alexa SEVERN GBR 9 S
12 Robyn FOSTER IRL 10
13 Ella CHEN ISR 11
Elizabet GERVITS ISR 11 S
Mariia SENIUK ISR 11 S
14 Elena AGOSTINELLI ITA 12
Anna BODRONE ITA 12 S
Chiara MINIGHINI ITA 12 S
Ester SCHWARZ ITA 12 S
15 Ayumi SHIBAYAMA JPN 13
16 Hana YOSHIDA JPN 13
Mone CHIBA JPN 13 S
Ikura KUSHIDA JPN 13 S
Ami NAKAI JPN 13 S
Mao SHIMADA JPN 13 S
Yo TAKAGI JPN 13 S
Azusa TANAKA JPN 13 S
Kaoruko WADA JPN 13 S
17 Karina ISSAKOVA KAZ 14
Sofiya FARAFONOVA KAZ 14 S
Amira IRMATOVA KAZ 14 S
18 Lady KOR TBA 1 KOR 15
19 Lady KOR TBA 2 KOR 15
20 Nikola FOMCHENKOVA LAT 16
Anastasija KONGA LAT 16 S
Sofja STEPCENKO LAT 16 S
21 Agne IVANOVAITE LTU 17
Daria AFINOGENOVA LTU 17 S
Jogaile AGLINSKYTE LTU 17 S
Selina KANEDA LTU 17 S
Evelina STAVICKYTE LTU 17 S
Meda VARIAKOJYTE LTU 17 S
22 Elli Noriko Madeleine KANKARE LUX 18
23 Tessel CLERCX NED 19
Isabella SMIT NED 19 S
Emilia SOLOUKHIN NED 19 S
Jolanda VOS NED 19 S
24 Sorami TANAKA PER 20
25 Sofia Lexi Jacqueline FRANK PHI 21
26 Zofia GRZEGORZEWSKA POL 22
Weronika FERLIN POL 22 S
Julija POLNIUK POL 22 S
27 McKayla ONG SGP 23
28 Carla Anthea GRADINARU SUI 24
29 Livia KAISER SUI 24
Noemi JOOS SUI 24 S
Elina PLUESS SUI 24 S
30 Julia BROVALL SWE 25
Josefin BROVALL SWE 25 S
Miranda LUNDGREN SWE 25 S
31 Supitsara ATTAWIBOON THA 26
32 Sarah EVERHARDT USA 27
33 Clare SEO USA 27
Mia BARGHOUT USA 27 S
Hannah HERRERA USA 27 S
Logan HIGASE-CHEN USA 27 S
Mia KALIN USA 27 S
Josephine LEE USA 27 S
Soho LEE USA 27 S
Elyce LIN-GRACEY USA 27 S
Sherry ZHANG USA 27 S

Junior Ice Dance
Entries
No. Name Nation
1 Chaima BEN KHELIFA / Everest ZHU CAN 1
2 Layla VEILLON / Alexander BRANDYS CAN 1
Sandrine GAUTHIER / Quentin THIEREN CAN 1 S
Emma GOODSTADT / Michael BARSOUM CAN 1 S
Jordyn LEWIS / Noah MCMILLAN CAN 1 S
Dana SABATINI-SPECIALE / Nicholas BUELOW CAN 1 S
3 Celina FRADJI / Jean-Hans FOURNEAUX FRA 2
4 Lou KOCH / Ivan MELNYK FRA 2
5 Ambre PERRIER GIANESINI / Samuel BLANC KLAPERMAN FRA 2
Louise BORDET / Thomas GIPOULOU FRA 2 S
Nell DENTON / Joseph BOOTH FRA 2 S
Lila-Maya SECLET MONCHOT / Martin CHARDAIN FRA 2 S
6 Sophia BUSHELL / Alex LAPSKY GBR 3
Katarina DELCAMP / Billy WILSON-FRENCH GBR 3 S
Ashlie SLATTER / Atl ONGAY-PEREZ GBR 3 S
7 Laura HEGARTY / Kevin HEGARTY IRL 4
8 Beatrice VENTURA / Amedeo BONETTO ITA 5
9 KOR TBA / KOR TBA KOR 6
10 Milla O'BRIEN / Laurin WIEDERKEHR SUI 7
11 Elliana PEAL / Ethan PEAL USA 8
12 Vanessa PHAM / Jonathan ROGERS USA 8
Kristina BLAND / Matthew SPERRY USA 8 S
Helena CARHART / Volodymyr HOROVYI USA 8 S
Jenna HAUER / Benjamin STARR USA 8 S
Leah NESET / Artem MARKELOV USA 8 S

S - Substitute Entry
26/07/2022 12:35:42 UTC
 

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Same number of dance teams as last year's first event. Fradji & Forneaux are the 5th highest ranked team left from last year's Junior Worlds & France's top returning team. The Peals and Pham & Rogers were 3rd & 4th at 2022 U.S. Junior Nationals (the 2nd & 3rd highest-ranked remaining teams from that event). Khelifa & Zhu are Canada's 3rd highest-ranked remaining team from last year's Canadian Junior Nationals.

Lim & Quan did do last year's first event.
 

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Pls Remind me- Is Lucas Broussard skating at sr or jr level this upcoming season? He was my absolute fave US jr guy last year…but not at Nationals, I think.
I also liked Will Ennis a lot.

No signs of Lucas Broussard. Maybe he’s going back to representing Luxembourg?

 

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No signs of Lucas Broussard. Maybe he’s going back to representing Luxembourg?
I replied to you in the U.S. Men's thread (Broussard is listed in the International Selection Pool): https://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/threads/u-s-men-2022-23-news-updates.109796/#post-6278674

USFS submitted the names of the top 10 finishers in singles at the U.S. Junior Team Cup in Milwaukee for the first JGP.

ETA:

JGP #4 Announcement is published: https://isu.org/docman-documents-li...rand-prix-yerevan-arm-announcement-final/file
"The Entries by names must be made ... not later than Friday, August 19, 2022 – 20:00 (local time Yerevan)."
 
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Re-posting here from other threads (Canada has picked up an extra 3 men's slots in JGPs #3 to 5):
Selection to 2022 Jr Grand Prix and International Competitions (6 page document now linked from Skate Canada's NextGen page): https://skatecanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022-Selection-to-JrGP-INT-COMM.pdf

Canada is eligible to send entries to the following competitions:

Courchevel, FRA 24-27 AUG: 1 man, 1 woman, 2 dance
Ostrava, CZE 31 AUG-3 SEP: 1 man, 1 woman, 3 pairs, 2 dance
Riga, LAT 7-10 SEP: 2 men, 1 woman, 3 pairs, 2 dance
Yerevan, ARM 21-24 SEP: 2 men, 2 dance
Grenoble, FRA 28 SEP-1 OCT: 2 men, 1 woman, 3 pairs, 2 dance
Gdansk, POL 5-8 OCT: 1 man, 1 woman, 3 pairs, 2 dance
Egna, ITA 12-15 OCT: 1 man, 1 woman, 2 dance
Interesting reading! According to this doc, neither Ruiter nor Bashynska/Beaumont, as 2021 JGP/Jr Worlds medalists need to compete in any of the Summer comps or this NextGen comp in order to be selected for JGP assignments - they're only subject to monitoring at their home rink.
 

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JGP Grenoble moved to Gdansk

Is this the one originally scheduled for Croatia?
 

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JGP Grenoble moved to Gdansk


Why moved? Odd.
 

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JGP Grenoble moved to Gdansk

Is this the one originally scheduled for Croatia?
Yes :oops:

Major kudos to the Polish Fed and organizing committee in Gdansk for stepping in so quickly!
 

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JGP Grenoble [#5] moved to Gdansk
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Is this the one originally scheduled for Croatia?
Yes - from ISU Communication no. 2466 (April 5, 2022):

ISU Junior Grand Prix Season 2022/23
Following the indication of the Croatian Skating Federation that it was no longer able to host the Junior
Grand Prix Event (including Pair Skating) on September 28 - October 1, 2022 in Zagreb, and having
reopened applications for this Event, the Council decided the Junior Grand Prix event (including Pair
Skating) on September 28 - October 1, 2022 will be held in Grenoble, France.

6th JGP: October 5 - 8, 2022 Gdansk, Poland (incl. Pairs)
Huge thanks to the Polish fed for stepping up and hosting 2 JGPs in a row like this!
:cheer:
 

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So is Gdańsk “pulling a Courchevel-2021 JGP” back-to-back hosting situation?! Wow.
 

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Canada confirmed entires in the first two events on their international assignments page. https://skatecanada.ca/events/#tab-id-2

JPG 1 Courchevel

MEN
DAVID LI

WOMEN
LIA PEREIRA

ICE DANCE
CHAIMA BEN KHELIFA / EVEREST ZHU
LAYLA VEILLON / ALEXANDER BRANDYS

JGP 2 Ostrava

MEN
ALESKA RAKIC

WOMEN
SARA-MAUDE DUPUIS

PAIR
CHLOE PANETTA / KIERAN THRASHER

ICE DANCE
MARIANNE HUBERT / WILLIAM ODDSON
HAILEY YU / BRENDAN GIANG
 

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I've been rooting for Chaima Ben Khelifa and Everest Zhu ever since I first saw their great names on a startlist somewhere, and they've really developed well over the last season or two. Also I'm not one of those people who shit on promising young ice dance couples for their small height difference, but Everest and Chaima really do have a nice height difference for the purposes of the sport. I hope they do well this season! The Canadian ice dance field is so stagnant and overcrowded, though...
 
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I've been rooting for Chaima Ben Khelifa and Everest Zhu ever since I first saw their great names on a startlist somewhere, and they've really developed well over the last season or two. Also I'm not one of those people who shit on promising young ice dance couples for their small height difference, but Everest and Chaima really do have a nice height difference for the purposes of the sport. I hope they do well this season! The Canadian ice dance field is so stagnant and overcrowded, though...

Thire free dance was a snooze at next generation (so were a lot of the other ones). I hope they make some changes before the jgp.
 

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Courchevel entries were updated today (August 1) - the only change I spotted was in the Women's list:

20 Sofja STEPCENKO LAT (replaced Nikola FOMCHENKOVA)

ETA on Aug. 2 - ice dance field is down to 11 entries with the removal of Beatrice VENTURA / Amedeo BONETTO ITA.
 
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