Alexei Krasnozhon (USA) felt like a gladiator on the ice and fought his way to gold at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final in Nagoya on Friday.
World Junior Champions Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya/Harley Windsor of Australia added another title to their resume when they grabbed the Junior Pairs gold medal at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final in Nagoya (JPN).
Russia’s Anastasia Skoptcova/Kirill Aleshin upset 2017 World Junior bronze medalists Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko (USA) in the Junior Short Dance to take the lead in the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Nagoya on Friday.
Two-time World Champions Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron of France edged Canada’s reigning World Champions Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir in the Short Dance and lead by 0.54 points. World bronze medalists Maia Shibutani/Alex Shibutani (USA) follow in third place.
Unfazed by equipment and costume failures, World silver medalists Aljona Savchenko/Bruno Massot of Germany took the Pairs Short Program at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Nagoya on Thursday.
Russia’s Alexandra Trusova prevailed in what was high-level Junior Ladies Short Program with six clean performances at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final in Nagoya on Thursday. Trusova’s teammates
Alexei Krasnozhon (USA) grabbed the lead in the Junior Men’s Short Program as the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final continued in Nagoya (JPN) on Thursday.
Appollinariia Panfilova/Dmitry Rylov of Russia edged out World Junior Champions Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya/Harley Windsor of Australia for a narrow lead in the Junior Pairs Short Program.
Back in August we embarked in a new adventure for the 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating.
36 skaters/couples from eight ISU members will compete in the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. Six skaters/couples in each category qualified from the six events of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series: Rostelecom Cup in Moscow (RUS), Skate Canada International in Regina, Audi Cup of China in Beijing, NHK Trophy in Osaka, Internationaux de France de Patinage in Grenoble and Bridgestone Skate America in Lake Placid.