World Junior Figure Skating Championships - March 2-8, 2020 - Tallinn, EST

Hanna

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Are we not getting a subforum for this? :fragile:

Also, I promise I will snark about Torgashev a little, live from the rink. :p
 

Jeschke

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1 Darian KAPTICH AUS 1
James MIN AUS 1 S
2 Luc MAIERHOFER AUT 2
3 Vladimir LITVINTSEV AZE 3
4 Alexander LEBEDEV BLR 4
Yauhenii PUZANAU BLR 4 S
Yakau ZENKO BLR 4 S
5 Alexander ZLATKOV BUL 5
Vassil DIMITROV BUL 5 S
Radoslav MARINOV BUL 5 S
6 Stephen GOGOLEV CAN 6
7 Joseph PHAN CAN 6
Corey CIRCELLI CAN 6 S
Aleksa RAKIC CAN 6 S
8 Fang-Yi LIN TPE 7
9 Charles Henry KATANOVIC CRO 8
10 Filip SCERBA CZE 9
Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 9 S
Georgii RESHTENKO CZE 9 S
11 Aleksandr SELEVKO EST 10
Arlet LEVANDI EST 10 S
Mihhail SELEVKO EST 10 S
12 Lauri LANKILA FIN 11
13 Adam SIAO HIM FA FRA 12
14 Nika EGADZE GEO 13
15 Denis GURDZHI GER 14
Nikita STAROSTIN GER 14 S
16 Edward APPLEBY GBR 15
17 Mark GORODNITSKY ISR 16
18 Gabriele FRANGIPANI ITA 17
19 Daniel GRASSL ITA 17
Nikolaj MEMOLA ITA 17 S
20 Yuma KAGIYAMA JPN 18
21 Shun SATO JPN 18
Lucas Tsuyoshi HONDA JPN 18 S
Mitsuki SUMOTO JPN 18 S
22 Mikhail SHAIDOROV KAZ 19
Dias JIRENBAYEV KAZ 19 S
23 Kornel WITKOWSKI POL 20
Egor KHLOPKOV POL 20 S
24 Sihyeong LEE KOR 21
Younghyun CHA KOR 21 S
Jaeseok KYEONG KOR 21 S
25 Petr GUMENNIK RUS 22
26 Andrei MOZALEV RUS 22
27 Daniil SAMSONOV RUS 22
Andrei KUTOVOI RUS 22 S
Ilya YABLOKOV RUS 22 S
28 Adam HAGARA SVK 23
29 Pablo GARCIA ESP 24
Arnau JOLY ESP 24 S
30 Nikolaj MAJOROV SWE 25
Andreas NORDEBACK SWE 25 S
31 Noah BODENSTEIN SUI 26
32 Micah Kai LYNETTE THA 27
33 Basar OKTAR TUR 28
Alp Eren OZKAN TUR 28 S
34 Ivan SHMURATKO UKR 29
Andrey KOKURA UKR 29 S
35 Ilia MALININ USA 30
36 Maxim NAUMOV USA 30
37 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 30
Lucas ALTIERI USA 30 S
Eric SJOBERG USA 30 S
Dinh TRAN USA 30 S

Ladies
1 Valeriia SIDOROVA ARM 1
2 Victoria ALCANTARA AUS 2
3 Stefanie PESENDORFER AUT 3
Olga MIKUTINA AUT 3 S
Dorotea PARTONJIC AUT 3 S
Sophia SCHALLER AUT 3 S
4 Ekaterina RYABOVA AZE 4
Beverly WOODEN AZE 4 S
5 Milana RAMASHOVA BLR 5
Viktoriia SAFONOVA BLR 5 S
Nastassia SIDARENKA BLR 5 S
6 Maria LEVUSHKINA BUL 6
Ivelina BAYCHEVA BUL 6 S
Alexandra FEIGIN BUL 6 S
Kristina GRIGOROVA BUL 6 S
Maria MANOVA BUL 6 S
7 Emily BAUSBACK CAN 7
8 Kaiya RUITER CAN 7
Madeline SCHIZAS CAN 7 S
Alison SCHUMACHER CAN 7 S
9 Tzu-Han TING TPE 8
Mandy CHIANG TPE 8 S
10 Hana CVIJANOVIC CRO 9
Hana KOSIC CRO 9 S
11 Nikola RYCHTARIKOVA CZE 10
12 Maia SORENSEN DEN 11
Catharina Victoria PETERSEN DEN 11 S
13 Niina PETROKINA EST 12
Eva-Lotta KIIBUS EST 12 S
14 Vera STOLT FIN 13
Laura KARHUNEN FIN 13 S
Nella PELKONEN FIN 13 S
15 Maia MAZZARA FRA 14
Lorine SCHILD FRA 14 S
16 Alina URUSHADZE GEO 15
17 Nargiz SULEYMANOVA GER 16
Aya HATAKAWA GER 16 S
Anastasia STEBLYANKA GER 16 S
18 Elena KOMOVA GBR 17
19 Cheuk Ka Kahlen CHEUNG HKG 18
Hiu Yau CHOW HKG 18 S
20 Regina SCHERMANN HUN 19
Lili KRIZSANOVSZKI HUN 19 S
Bernadett SZIGETI HUN 19 S
21 Aldis Kara BERGSDOTTIR ISL 20
22 Nelli IOFFE ISR 21
Ivetta BERKOVICH ISR 21 S
Viktoriia IUSHCHENKOVA ISR 21 S
Mariia SENIUK ISR 21 S
23 Alessia TORNAGHI ITA 22
Lucrezia BECCARI ITA 22 S
Lara Naki GUTMANN ITA 22 S
24 Tomoe KAWABATA JPN 23
25 Mana KAWABE JPN 23
Chisato URAMATSU JPN 23 S
Shiika YOSHIOKA JPN 23 S
26 Anete LACE LAT 24
Mariia BOLSHEVA LAT 24 S
27 Jogaile AGLINSKYTE LTU 25
28 Andrea MONTESINOS CANTU MEX 26
29 Lindsay VAN ZUNDERT NED 27
Dani LOONSTRA NED 27 S
30 Jocelyn HONG NZL 28
31 Ekaterina KURAKOVA POL 29
Oliwia RZEPIEL POL 29 S
32 Haein LEE KOR 30
33 Seoyeong WI KOR 30
Seoyeon JI KOR 30 S
Yeonjeong PARK KOR 30 S
34 Ana Sofia BESCHEA ROU 31
35 Maiia KHROMYKH RUS 32
36 Daria USACHEVA RUS 32
37 Kamila VALIEVA RUS 32
Anna FROLOVA RUS 32 S
Kseniia SINITSYNA RUS 32 S
38 Darja MIJATOVIC SRB 33
Leona ROGIC SRB 33 S
39 Alexandra Michaela FILCOVA SVK 34
40 Marian MILLARES ESP 35
41 Emelie LING SWE 36
Smilla SZALKAI SWE 36 S
42 Anais CORADUCCI SUI 37
Anna LA PORTA SUI 37 S
43 Guzide Irmak BAYIR TUR 38
Yasemin ZEKI TUR 38 S
44 Anastasiia SHABOTOVA UKR 39
Maryna ZHDANOVYCH UKR 39 S
45 Starr ANDREWS USA 40
46 Alysa LIU USA 40
47 Lindsay THORNGREN USA 40
Isabelle INTHISONE USA 40 S
Gabriella IZZO USA 40 S
Audrey SHIN USA 40 S

Pairs
1 Patricia ANDREW / Zachary DALEMAN CAN 1
2 Kelly Ann LAURIN / Loucas ETHIER CAN 1
Gabrielle LEVESQUE / Pier-Alexandre HUDON CAN 1 S
3 Huidi WANG / Ziqi JIA CHN 2
4 Yuchen WANG / Yihang HUANG CHN 2
5 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 3
6 Alina BUTAEVA / Luka BERULAVA GEO 4
7 Annika HOCKE / Robert KUNKEL GER 5
Letizia ROSCHER / Luis SCHUSTER GER 5 S
8 Alyssa MONTAN / Manuel PIAZZA ITA 6
Federica ZAMPONI / Marco ZANDRON ITA 6 S
9 Kseniia AKHANTEVA / Valerii KOLESOV RUS 7
10 Iuliia ARTEMEVA / Mikhail NAZARYCHEV RUS 7
11 Apollinariia PANFILOVA / Dmitry RYLOV RUS 7
Polina KOSTIUKOVICH / Dmitrii IALIN RUS 7 S
Diana MUKHAMETZIANOVA / Ilya MIRONOV RUS 7 S
12 Greta CRAFOORD / John CRAFOORD SWE 8
13 Kateryna DZITSIUK / Ivan PAVLOV UKR 9
14 Winter DEARDORFF / Mikhail JOHNSON USA 10
15 Kate FINSTER / Balazs NAGY USA 10
16 Anastasiia SMIRNOVA / Danylo SIIANYTSIA USA 10
Cate FLEMING / Jedidah ISBELL USA 10 S

Ice Dance
1 Yulia ALIEVA / Artur BIKTIMIROV AZE 1
2 Karina SIDARENKA / Maksim YALENICH BLR 2
Elizaveta NOVIK / Oleksandr KUKHAREVSKYI BLR 2 S
Natallia PAZHYVILKA / Ilia DRANTUSOV BLR 2 S
3 Emmy BRONSARD / Aissa BOUARAGUIA CAN 3
4 Natalie D'ALESSANDRO / Bruce WADDELL CAN 3
5 Miku MAKITA / Tyler GUNARA CAN 3
Nadiia BASHYNSKA / Peter BEAUMONT CAN 3 S
Sophia KAGOLOVSKAYA / Kieran MACDONALD CAN 3 S
6 Angelina KUDRYAVTSEVA / Ilia KARANKEVICH CYP 4
7 Natalie TASCHLEROVA / Filip TASCHLER CZE 5
Denisa CIMLOVA / Vilem HLAVSA CZE 5 S
8 Sara BUCH-WEEKE / Nicolas WOODCOCK DEN 6
9 Darja NETJAGA / Marko Jevgeni GAIDAJENKO EST 7
Tatjana BUNINA / Ivan KUZNETSOV EST 7 S
10 Loicia DEMOUGEOT / Theo LE MERCIER FRA 8
11 Lou TERREAUX / Noe PERRON FRA 8
Marie DUPAYAGE / Thomas NABAIS FRA 8 S
Celina FRADJI / Jean-Hans FOURNEAUX FRA 8 S
12 Maria KAZAKOVA / Georgy REVIYA GEO 9
13 Lara LUFT / Stephano Valentino SCHUSTER GER 10
Anne-Marie WOLF / Max LIEBERS GER 10 S
14 Emily ROSE BROWN / James HERNANDEZ GBR 11
Sasha FEAR / George WADDELL GBR 11 S
15 Villo MARTON / Danyil SEMKO HUN 12
Katica KEDVES / Fedor SHARONOV HUN 12 S
16 Mariia NOSOVITSKAYA / Mikhail NOSOVITSKIY ISR 13
17 Carolina PORTESI PERONI / Michael CHRASTECKY ITA 14
Sara CAMPANINI / Francesco RIVA ITA 14 S
Francesca RIGHI / Aleksei DUBROVIN ITA 14 S
18 Utana YOSHIDA / Shingo NISHIYAMA JPN 15
Ayumi TAKANAMI / Yoshimitsu IKEDA JPN 15 S
19 Anna SHNAIDER / Fedor VARLAMOV KAZ 16
20 Oliwia BOROWSKA / Filip BOJANOWSKI POL 17
Olivia OLIVER / Joshua ANDARI POL 17 S
21 Diana DAVIS / Gleb SMOLKIN RUS 18
22 Elizaveta SHANAEVA / Devid NARYZHNYY RUS 18
23 Arina USHAKOVA / Maxim NEKRASOV RUS 18
Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Andrey FILATOV RUS 18 S
Sofya TYUTYUNINA / Alexander SHUSTITSKIY RUS 18 S
24 Sofia VAL / Linus Colmor JEPSEN ESP 19
25 Gina ZEHNDER / Beda Leon SIEBER SUI 20
26 Maria GOLUBTSOVA / Kirill BELOBROV UKR 21
Anna CHERNIAVSKA / Oleg MURATOV UKR 21 S
Anastasiia SAMMEL / Mykyta POGORIELOV UKR 21 S
27 Oona BROWN / Gage BROWN USA 22
28 Avonley NGUYEN / Vadym KOLESNIK USA 22
29 Katarina WOLFKOSTIN / Jeffrey CHEN USA 22
Molly CESANEK / Yehor YEHOROV USA 22 S
Katarina DELCAMP / Ian SOMERVILLE USA 22 S
Angela LING / Caleb WEIN USA 22 S
 

Jeschke

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Litvintsev back in juniors? :rofl:
Scerba over Belohradsky? :eek:

Pesendorfer over Mikutina. @alchemy void
Ryabova back to. AZE going for the junior crowns :D
No Feigin. (Levushkina)
Petrokina for home soil. (vs. Kiibus)
Tornaghi :rofl: As exptected ITA is sending here everywhere! (((Gutmann, Beccari )))

So most countries decided to separate world/junior worlds spot. Not so AZE and ITA (ladies), UKR.
 

Hanna

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OMG I'm so excited! So many skaters I can't wait to see! :cheer: Kagiyama, Sato, Samsonov, Ruiter, Petrokina, Ioffe's Cats + From Sarah with Love programs :lol: , Tornaghi, both Japanese ladies, Kurakova, Lee, Valieva minus the leg lifts and shit choreo, Artemeva/Nazarychev, Panfilova's 2s, Bronsard/Bouaragia, d'Waddells and Makita/Gunara too, Netjaga/Gaidajenko, GEORGIA, Yoshida/Nishiyama hopefully with clean twizzles and no random splats, Golubtsova/Belobrov, all US teams in general...

The US men's team sounds very Russian. :rofl:

So they did actually choose Petrokina, and Kiibus is focusing on senior Worlds! :cheer: I'm glad they both have big events because both have had a great season (well don't know much about Petrokina other than the two JGPs but she was great there!).

Not particularly excited about any one team in pairs (well, maybe Artemieva/Nazarychev) but I love the discipline just overall, so :cheer2: !

Dance is such an embarrasment of riches, I love like half of the teams. :swoon:

Tallinn is such a great city, can't wait to go! :cheer: So many fab cheap eats, great culture and museums... I'm hoping to make it at least to the Fotografiska and maybe 1-2 other museums as well. Huge ass airbnb is already booked and am about to book the ferry. WHEEEEEEEEE!

Also, a Georgian flag has been ordered and should be on its way in the mail. ;)
 
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Erin

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So most countries decided to separate world/junior worlds spot. Not so AZE and ITA (ladies), UKR.
France pairs too, as I assume Hamon & Strekalin will be on the world team.

ETA - I really wish I was going again and even more so after Hanna’s post!
 

rfisher

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The men's event is going to be great and top 6 are a bit unpredictable at this point as there are more than 6 skaters who can contend for that final group, ladies is pretty predictable as to who will be in the final group and likely on the podium, pairs is all about the Russians, but dance is going to be another really mixed result between the voidy Georgians, the Russians, and at least one of the US teams--the three medalists could be any of them. But, apart from those likely to medal, there are some really good and interesting skaters from multiple countries this year. :cheer2:
 

Hanna

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As work never counts as an excuse for you I just say...hm...not having any earplugs! Sitting next to you during GEO FD might harm my hearing massively! 🙉😬
Wise move. :p Because had you mentioned work, I would've told you to come for the weekend. :p Also, quite true about the GEO FD. :rofl:

Seriously though, you should be there. :wuzrobbed Come on, take Friday off and you'll get to see Panfilova's 2s (with potential step out) on Thursday night. :encore:Or if Thursday night is too much, Mozalev on the podium on Friday night. ;)
 
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skoppa

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I am so happy that Iceland has a girl in junior worlds Aldis Kara BERGSDOTTIR ISL she is the first in singles disciples for us.
And she comes from my hometown (rink) :cheer2:
 

Hanna

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I am so happy that Iceland has a girl in junior worlds Aldis Kara BERGSDOTTIR ISL she is the first in singles disciples for us.
And she comes from my hometown (rink) :cheer2:
Yes! :cheer: I saw her really good free skate at the Nordics and was wondering if that was the first time I saw an Icelandic skater land several triples. Did she make the minimums there?
 

skoppa

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Yes! :cheer: I saw her really good free skate at the Nordics and was wondering if that was the first time I saw an Icelandic skater land several triples. Did she make the minimums there?
For the free yes but the short on 2 other compiticions.
 

npavel

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Litvintsev back in juniors? :rofl:
Scerba over Belohradsky? :eek:

Pesendorfer over Mikutina. @alchemy void
Ryabova back to. AZE going for the junior crowns :D
No Feigin. (Levushkina)
Petrokina for home soil. (vs. Kiibus)
Tornaghi :rofl: As exptected ITA is sending here everywhere! (((Gutmann, Beccari )))

So most countries decided to separate world/junior worlds spot. Not so AZE and ITA (ladies), UKR.
add Grassl everywhere but youth olympics (I suppose his choise)
 

npavel

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If it was not that I'm going to worlds two weeks later, I would come for the week-end. Tallin is such a beautiful city, my first Euros and I loved every moment. And I can't wait to see all the event (will be on pc, I can't go both to Tallin and Montreal in the same month).
My question, what happened to the schedule, men sp on Wwednesday? Is that the new trend? Can't we agree that ladies are on Wednesday morning? ....
 

kalamalka

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Finally committed to the flights, so I will be there. Looking forward to it - I've been trying to get to a WJC almost every year since 2013, but family issues kept getting in the way. I've never been to Tallinn, either - closest was Riga for a JGP. Hope to see @Hanna there - is anybody else going?
 

4rkidz

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Am also going :)
Will be there on Friday and Saturday

I love Tallinn and it's takes just few hours to get there from St Petersburg by car/bus, so :cheer:
so jealous, i checked out Tallinn when we were at Worlds in Finland, so pretty.
 

kalamalka

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Much as I'm looking forward to the event, I hope that the draw works out so that I can skip a group or two at the beginning or end of the ladies. It is scheduled from 10:45 to 17:25 on Friday - 48 junior ladies and over 6 and a half hours. I don't think I can survive that (and it doesn't look like the arena is very close to much for a warm-up group break). Ladies is actually my least favourite discipline, although there are quite a few of the juniors that I'm looking forward to seeing.
 

Jeschke

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Me. Cheering crazily to the Georgian ice dance couple with @Hanna. You can't miss us.
@Jeschke, come on and drag yourself to Tallin! I promise to buy you at least one beer!:40beers:
Aaah
Now it hurts even more my colleagues let me down! :drama::wuzrobbed

I’ll be there in spirit - not that this is any compensation for missing the real-life-experience of myself :D
 

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