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Kori Ade, Jason Brown and Raj Masir of Jackson Ultima

Nashville PSA Conference Delivers the Goods - In May, Nashville, the American country music capital, was the main place to be for many in the sport of figure skating, as more than 450 coaches from all over the U.S., Canada and other countries gathered at this beautiful and fast-growing urban area to attend the 2017 Professional Skaters Association Conference and Trade Show.

2017 World Team Trophy

Japan Wins World Team Trophy for the Second Time

Russia claims silver, defending champion USA take bronze

by Tatjana Flade

Japan won their second World Team Trophy Title since 2012. The fifth edition of this event that took place once again in the Yoyogi National Stadium was a big success. The rink was full on all four days – three days of competition and one day with the exhibition gala – and overall 38,000 spectators came. The organizers could have sold even more tickets, the demand was so high that fans had to take part in a lottery in order to get tickets. The enthusiastic crowd, the great atmosphere, the decorated team boxes and the creative outfits of the skaters in the Kiss & Cry made the Team Trophy to a celebration of figure skating that spurred some skaters to excellent performances.

Probably the judges were carried away a little bit, as 21 out of 36 skaters or couples set a new personal best or seasons best score. Two-time World Champion Evgenia Medvedeva once again topped it all by achieving two new record scores – 80.85 points in the short program and 160.46 in the free skating – surpassing her own record scores. The six top ladies all gave excellent performances. Four out of the six team captains were women: Kana Muramoto, Ekaterina Bobrova, Kaitlyn Weaver and Ashley Wagner. France and China had male captains with Morgan Cipres and Yang Jin.

Russia had a good chance to win the Trophy as they had the most balanced team, however, Elena Radionova, Evgenia Tarasova & Vladimir Morozov and Maxim Kovtun would have needed to place a little bit higher. Japan won thanks to their great single skaters, but their pair and dance team ranked last. The results of the Team Trophy cannot be compared to the Olympic team event next year, as the modus is different. At the Olympic Games, only one skater per discipline will be taken into account. The Team Trophy, initiated and sponsored by the Japanese TV channel Asahi prefers single skaters, as the host is strong in these disciplines. As of now, Japan is not even part of the Olympic team event, first their dance or pair team needs to qualify in Oberstdorf for the Games. A country needs to have qualified skaters in at least three disciplines in order to take part in the team event. If necessary, the fourth discipline can be added, but this skater will then only compete in the team event like Matthew Parr (Great Britain) in Sochi.

At the World Team Trophy everyone is skating a short and a free program and gets points for their team according to their placement: 12 points for first place, 1 point for last place in singles and seven points for last place in dance and pairs. Who finishes first in both programs, earns 24 points for the team. It is a little questionable maybe that the short program is worth as many team points as the free skating. The results of short and free program are not added, there is no ranking with the combined result. However, the points (also the total score) count for the statistics such as personal best, season's best and highest score.

As always in Japan, the organization of the event was perfect, the skaters and officials loved everything. At this point it is not clear what will happen in two years. In 2019 the World Team Trophy could not take place at Yoyogi Stadium as it will be renovated for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Japan: Gold thanks to the single skaters

Japan’s stars made it possible that their team won the title for the second time. Japan even took the lead from the very beginning and never relinquished it. However, Yuzuru Hanyu messed up his short program. He was only seventh in this segment after popping his planned quad loop and stumbling on the quad Salchow. He had no combination jump. The two-time World Champion produced a much better free skating, landed four quads and ranked first. Shoma Uno was basically the match winner for his team by finishing first and second in his programs. The short was good with a quad flip and quad toe-double toe. The world silver medalist crashed on his second quad flip that was downgraded. He landed the quad loop and the triple Axels. Uno said later that he felt maybe too relaxed. In general, he receives too high GOEs especially for his quads as the landings are often tight. The 19-year-old needs to improve his technique. It is also strange that his component score was almost as high as Hanyu’s in the free skating.

Mai Mihara and Wakaba Higuchi turned in clean performances. Both competed for the first time in the Team Trophy and enjoyed it. Mihara was especially happy about landing the triple flip in her short program. She had missed that jump in the short at Worlds which might have cost her the bronze medal (SP 3rd/FS 2nd). The dynamic Higuchi landed even triple Axels in practice. She plans to do it next season in the free skating, as she said (5th/3rd). The battle for the two Olympic ladies spots will be tough. Not only Mihara and Higuchi will vie for it, but also Satoko Miyahara, who missed Worlds due to a stress fracture in her hip, as well as 2017 World Junior silver medalist Marin Honda and 2017 World Junior bronze medalist Kaori Sakamoto.

Pair skaters Sumire Suto & Francis Boudreau-Audet had some problems with the solo jumps and the throws (6th/6th). They are in a tough situation right now. “Probably we will try to get that Olympic spot at the qualifying competition, but we will not be able to use it ourselves. It is a difficult situation, but I knew from the beginning that I will not get citizenship,” Canadian Boudreau-Audet said. He is studying Japanese, but that is not enough to fulfill the strict requirements. Japan has two other pairs without a foreign partner, but they are significantly weaker.

Ice dancers Kana Muramoto & Chris Reed do not have citizenship problems. They skated clean and had good levels, but they earned less on the GOE and got a little less in the component scores than their direct competitors (5th/6th). Muramoto hopes that the World Team Trophy will spur interest in the pair disciplines in Japan. “I heard that usually pair skating and ice dance is not shown on the main channels, but this time everything was broadcasted at prime time. Hopefully interest will grow when people can see pairs and ice dance on TV. But in order to get to a high level you have to go abroad to train which is expensive and problematic because of school,” she explained.

“I am happy and surprised that we ended up in first place and I am very grateful. I am too happy for words actually. I think team Japan was able to grasp this event together as a team and we were able to make a statement as a new team Japan,” she said.

Russia: Medvedeva tops them all

Russia again could mostly rely on their ladies and especially Evgenia Medvedeva was phenomenal. She did not miss a single element in practice or in competition. Only the double Axel in the short program was bit shaky and perfectionist Evgenia was not completely satisfied with herself. But that was quickly forgotten when she saw her new record score. “I just enjoyed this season and I hope the next one will be as good. I still can improve something and I do not have the most difficult technical content. I can do harder combinations and I can fix my triple Lutz,” the 17-year-old noted. So far, what she does is more than enough, though. The judges showered her with +3 GOEs and 17 times a perfect 10.00 in the components for her expressive long program to “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” (1st/1st).

Elena Radionova skated also very well, but a stumble on the double Axel was enough to finish fifth in the free. “I need to work more and harder on my free program,” Radionova stated. She came second in the short. Mikhail Kolyada impressed with his clean jumps and excellent spins, and he only missed his quad Lutz. “It will happen next season. I have changed something in my training to achieve more consistency,” he revealed (4th/5th).

Maxim Kovtun did not have his best competition. He doubled the Salchow and the Axel in the short and several jumps were wobbly in the free (11th/10th). Pair skater Evgenia Tarasova fell on the triple toe and the throw triple loop in the short program, but in the free things went better for her and partner Vladimir Morozov (5th/2nd). Ekaterina Bobrova & Dmitri Soloviev came third in both segments. In the short dance he struggled with the twizzles and the also looked a bit tired in the free dance. Bobrova thrived on her role as team captain. “I like to take responsibility. I set up a whats app group and I am the administrator of the group. In the group I inform everybody about where they have to go and what to do, what to wear and so on. The Russian skaters had many original ideas for the Kiss & Cry and won the “team spirit award.”

As captain, Bobrova took part in the press conference and analyzed the performance of her team.

“Our team did not perform to their maximum, but we really felt the festive atmosphere of this competition. We enjoyed our skating as much as we could and we were very happy the season is over. We congratulated each other and think we ended the season on a high note,” the ice dancer commented. The level of competition at the Olympic Games will be totally different. Here at this event not all top skaters of the teams were here, there were some new ones like the American pair (Cain & LeDuc). I think it will be very interesting, because it is a 100 percent likely that the best of the best will compete. The top three can be totally different and you cannot say what the outcome will be. We should not forget the Canadian team was not with their top skaters here, but Canada is strong in all disciplines, differently from some other countries,” Bobrova answered when asked about the Olympic team competition.

USA: Defending champions take bronze

The USA have won the World Team Trophy three times – in 2009, 2013 and 2015 – but this time they settled for the bronze. The Americans won one segment of the competition – the short dance with an excellent outing by Madison Chock & Evan Bates. The dancers again were the highest scoring team members in the free program where they came second. Bates stumbled in the serpentine step sequence, but the program to “Under Pressure” was still very good. “We need to work on being more consistent every time that we go out [on the ice]. We’ve had some great performances but also some ups and downs so we’re really going to work on consistency,” Chock admitted. “This has been a very long and challenging year for us. There have been a lot of highs and some lows as well. It has been up and down and it makes you tired by the end of the year. We are ready to start our new programs and have a clean slate. We are ready to go through that creative process again which is one of the reasons that we love this sport so much“, Bates added. The couple already has announced that they will skate to “La La Land” in the free dance next season.

Nathan Chen put out a strong short program, but he decided to take out the quad Lutz due to a sore ankle. “It will be back next season,” the “quad king” promised, but he also want to express the music more and have more connection to the audience. He made a few mistakes in the free skating (2nd/4th).

Jason Brown proved once more that you can be competitive without a quad as long as all your other elements are strong, but it is still not enough to get to the very top if the others don’t make mistakes. Brown’s programs were a real pleasure to watch, even though he singled a loop in the free. “I was super excited with my performance. I’m bummed about messing up my loop, but other than that I’m very pleased. I felt like it was clean, polished and it was a nice farewell to the program. To do that here in Japan with this incredible crowd in front of my teammates, is a great feeling. I’m really proud of our team,” Brown told the press (5th/6th).

Ashley Wagner skated really well, too, but since she under-rotated her triple-triple combinations she did not get into the top three. “This has been a turbulent season for me so to finish with such a strong performance was really nice. That wasn’t perfect, but I fought for every single thing“, the 2016 World silver medalist shared. “This competition is really special because it really is a chance to go out and enjoy your programs. There is pressure, but everyone has a really relaxed mindset. We’re able to go out on the ice and be a little more free and I enjoy that. This was a competitive field and I’m proud that the United States is bringing home a medal. This is a great event to end the season with“, she added (6th/6th).

Karen Chen was not able to continue the momentum from Worlds where she had finished fourth. She popped some jumps or fell (8th/9th). Ashley Cain & Timothy LeDuc are still a very new team, they need to gel more and improve their pair elements, but they landed a triple loop in the free (5th/5th).

Team captain Wagner was pleased with how the team did. "I think it was a fantastic event for team USA to have some rookies to perform as well as they did and everybody working together to get to this third place. I think that we definitely could have been stronger in some areas, but understandably though I think that what we created together and this accomplishment is something that I’m very proud of. Team USA worked very hard and I think this was a very successful competition for us“, she said.

Wagner agreed with Bobrova that the team event will be different. “There are going to be more top players involved. For the US particularly, we’re not going to have Meryl (Davis) and Charlie (White) to rely on, so it’s going to come down to a lot of strategizing. Beyond that I think that we’ll have a little bit more of an experienced pairs team competing for us. As for the dance we’ll see how things shake out, but I think that our men are continuing to build and hopefully continue that momentum into the next season as well as for the ladies. I think that going into this Olympic season this was a great experience to compete together as a team, because it is important to have a reminder of what that kind of pressure feels like. At the end of the day, we have a lot of work ahead of us and I know it’s going to be a very competitive team event,” she said.

Canada: The Olympic Games will be a different story

Canada led the team standings this season, but they came to Tokyo without Kaetlyn Osmond and Meagan Duhamel & Eric Radford. Radford is still recovering from the muscle injury that handicapped him at Worlds. Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir were not the highest ranked Canadian dance team in the ISU World Standings while Kaetlyn Osmond had decided beforehand that she would take a break after Worlds. Even without Virtue & Moir, ice dance was the highest scoring discipline for the Canadians. Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje delivered two excellent performances, were second in the short dance and first in the free dance. Patrick Chan wanted to risk for the first time a second quad in the short, but the Salchow became only a wobbly triple and then he also fell on the triple Axel. Chan recovered in the free and completed three quads and he only singled an Axel and touched down on the triple Axel. “I feel good, because it’s the first time I did all three quads in the long program. Of course there still were some mistakes. Even yesterday’s experience is part of the process, but that’s the plan for next year – to do two quads in the short,” Chan said (6th/3rd).

Gabrielle Daleman made not major errors (4th/4th) and pair skaters Kirsten Moore-Towers & Michael Marinaro convinced with solid skates (3rd/4th). Alaine Chartrand still struggled with consistency (10th/11th). Lubov Ilyushechkina & Dylan Moscovitch were unable to come as her – still Russian – passport did not have two free pages left that she would have needed for the visa and stamp. It apparently takes long to get a new passport from the Russian embassy in Toronto. The Canadian team will play a bigger role at the Olympic Games when they have all top skaters on board. Then they are gold medal contenders.

China: Pair skating remains the strength

Like the Canadians, the Chinese did not have all their top skaters competing. World champions Wenjing Sui & Cong Han were in Toronto to work with choreographer Lori Nichol on their new programs and Han Yan is still recovering from his shoulder surgery. World bronze medalist Boyang Jin was not in top shape and struggled with some jumps, but his „Spiderman“ short program was popular again (3rd/7th). Cheng Pen & Yang Jin are number three in China, but they belong to the best in the world and shone especially in the short program. She fell on a double Axel in the free, but all the other elements were strong (2nd/3rd). Zijun Li (9th/7th)and Xiangning Li (8th/8th) turned in solid performances, but they are not quite at the top as they are still lacking consistency. Shiyue Wang & Xinyu Liu confirmed their position as the top Asian dance team, skated with good flow and had strong levels (4th/4th).

France: James & Cipres impress

Vanessa James & Morgan Cipres finished the best season of their career so far on a high note in Tokyo. They gave two strong performances and achieved two personal best, winning both segments. James landed the quad throw Salchow in the free on two feet, but that remained the only glitch. “It’s something you dream about doing, but when it actually happens it still feels like a dream. We are very happy and proud, but it was not easy. But it shows the work pays off,” James said. “It was just amazing today. All the teams in the boxes stood up for us, that really touched me,” Cipres shared.

However, France was significantly weaker in the other disciplines and therefore finished clearly in sixth and last place. Chafik Besseghier showed almost everything he can do, but his skating is rather unpolished does not get many points on the GOE (8th/8th). Kevin Aymoz, who landed his first quad toe in practice in Tokyo did not have his nerves under control and made some mistakes (9th/11th). Neither Laurine Lecavelier (11th/10th) nor Mae-Bérénice Meité (12th/12th) were able to skate their best. Marie-Jade Lauriault & Romain Le Gac put out two good dances, but compared to the other teams they still look a bit like juniors (6th/5th). Two-time World Champions Gabriella Papadakis & Guillaume Cizeron did not come as he had to have new stitches on his hand that he had cut in the short dance and Worlds, as coach Romain Haguenauer said.

2017 World Championships

Preview - The Finnish capital of Helsinki has organized many skating competitions. The last time Senior Worlds was held here was in 1999 when the huge Hartwall Arena was brand new and Russian skaters won all four gold medals.

U.S. TeamSeeks to Maximize Team Entries for 2018 Olympics - These 2017 Championships are about more than just personal achievement.  They are doubly important for each country because the majority of the Olympic country spots for Pyeongchang in 2018 will be decided according to the Helsinki results; 24 ladies spots, 24 spots for men, 19 for ice dancing and 16 for pairs will be fixed.

Ladies Short Program - The short program of the 37 ladies was the first event of the 2017 World Championships in the Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, 24 of whom reached the final. About 6,500 spectators followed the event, the majority of them were Japanese spectators. The competition had very a high level with many of the ladies executing clean programs that included triple-triple combinations.

Ladies Free Skate- During the Ladies Free Program at the 2017 World Championships, the Hartwall Arena was sold out with almost 11,000 spectators, around 5,000 of them from Japan. The level of the competition was mixed, there were relatively many mistakes. A big exception was the old and new World Champion Evgenia Medvedeva from Russia who won with two outstanding performances and a new world record of 233.41 points.

Men's Short Program - The short program of the 36 men was a highlight of the championships and a quad festival. Seven skaters tried two quads and 11 tried at least one quad jump.

Men's Free Skate - The men’s competition at Worlds 2017 had a good, though not excellent level but ended with a surprise.  2014 Olympic Champion Yuruzu Hanyu had been fifth in the short program and almost nine points behind Fernandez. But with a stellar free program the Japanese super star moved up to first place to become World Champion a second time after 2014, winning 312.59 overall points.

Pairs Short Program - The short program of the 28 pairs at the World Championships in Helsinki had a good level but also some strange falls. Eleven pairs had more than 70 points which had never happened before. In order to reach the final of the 16 best pairs you needed 62 points, last year it was only 52 points, but the pairs had to do the same elements. This number shows better than anything else how much this discipline has improved.

Pairs Free Skate - The pair skating competition was the first one to be finished at the World Championships 2017 in Helsinki. The level of the competition was extremely high, there was much more depth than in previous years and ten pairs had more than 200 points (last year there were six).

Dance Short Dance - The short dance of the 32 ice dance couples had an excellent level even if the jury was stricter than at many other events. Only some skaters got a season‘s best, which is normally common at the end of the season. Because of the high level, some renowned skaters did not reach the final of the 20 best.

Dance Free Dance - After two years without any competitions Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir came back this season and won every competition, including Worlds, this time with a new world record of 198.62 points.

2017 World Junior Championships

Preview - For the first time, the ISU Junior World Championships are held in Taiwan’s subtropical capital of Taipei this year. They take place in the huge Taipei Arena, a multi-purpose stadium which was opened in 2005. Although Taiwan has never had any top skaters, the federation is interested in holding big international skating events regularily and is quite experienced.

Ladies Event - The general level of the ladies competition at Junior Worlds 2017 was good, the majority of the skaters can jump all triple The men were the first ones to finish their competition at Junior Worlds in Taipei, Chinese Taipei. 24 of the 45 competitors reached the final and the overall level was excellent. Like in the senior competitions in this season, the junior men perform many more quad jumps than before. In the short program, no quad is allowed yet for juniors, but this rule will perhaps be changed at the next ISU congress in the summer of 2018. This time, the spectators saw 10 more or less clean quads in the free program plus around ten more which were popped or not successful.

Pairs Event - Only 16 pairs competed at Junior Worlds 2017 in Taipei because many countries especially in Europe and Asia don’t have pairs at all. Therefore it is a huge encouragement for them that no pair from one of the big pair skating countries was crowned Junior World Champion in 2017. For the first time in the history of the ISU, a pair and skaters from Australia won gold medals at ISU championships.

Dance Event Ice dance teams from the USA are quite successful at Junior Worlds. Therefore it was no surprise that at this competition 2017 in Taipei another ice dance couple from this country won the gold medal. Last year, Lorraine McNamara & Quinn Carpenter won gold, this year their training mates Rachel Parsons & Michael Parsons from the Wheaton Academy are the ninth U.S. team in 20 years to win this title, this time with 164.82 points in a close decision, like at the ISU Junior Final in December.

2017 Four Continents Championships

2017 European Championships

Preview - The European Championships 2017 will take place in Ostrava in the Czech Republic the week after U.S. and Canadian Nationals. Ostrava is the third-largest city of this central European country (behind Prague and Brno) and is situated in the North-East, about 10 miles from the border to Poland. It is the first time since 1999 that Europeans will be in this country.

Pairs Event - The first decision at the European Championships 2017 in Ostrava (Czech Republic) was the pairs competition in front of an enthusiastic crowd of about 10,000 spectators (in the free program) although the event was not on a weekend but on Wednesday and Thursday night. The level of the competition was excellent, at least for the top seven pairs.

Ladies Event - The ladies competition at the European Championships in Ostrava had a mixed level. In front of a sold-out rink with 11,000 often enthusiastic spectators, the three medalists and some others skaters showed first-class performances, but the second half was weak.

Men's Event - The men’s competition at the 2017 European Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic, had a good but not excellent level. Unfortunately it has become normal that even the best skaters make some mistakes because they risk much more than five or 10 years ago, let alone 20 or 30 years ago. And all programs are now more intricate; not only the jumps, but the spins and steps and even the linking steps are also more demanding, therefore there is no more rest during a program.

Dance Event - The ice dance event at the 2017 European championships had the expected results on the podium, but some surprises on other places. The general level was good, but several observers said that the relatively long compulsory part in the short dance made this part a bit boring, because everybody had to do the same movements.  The technical panel with the controller Michela Cesaro (ITA), the specialist Sergei Ponomarenko (RUS) and the assistant Roxane Petetin (FRA) was very strict and did not give high levels to most of the dance teams, which several coaches and skaters criticized.


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Jan 21 - Tarah Kayne & Daniel O’Shea, the reigning U.S. pairs champions, and Alexandria Shaughnessy and James Morgan have withdrawn from the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships due injury/illness.

Kayne sustained a concussion in a fall from a throw element in the pairs short program Thursday afternoon and is under the care of event medical provided by the University of Kansas Hospital. After examination and follow up, it was the advice of the chief medical officer that Kayne should not compete for her own health and safety due to symptoms of concussion.

Shaughnessy is being treated for a stomach virus, the symptoms of which increased overnight.

Jan 9 - Polina Edmunds, the reigning U.S. silver medalist, has withdrawn from the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships as she continues to recover from a right foot bone bruise.   “I’m disappointed that I will miss the 2017 U.S. Championships and wish all the athletes good luck in Kansas City,” Edmunds said. “I will continue to focus on my health and look forward to a full return to ice.”  

Jan 9 - Adam Rippon, the reigning U.S. champion, has withdrawn from the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships due to injury. Rippon broke his left foot and sprained the same ankle during an off‐ice warm up on Friday, Jan. 6.   "I am heartbroken that I won't be able to defend my title at the 2017 U.S. Championships,” Rippon said.

 “Despite breaking my foot in a fluke accident off the ice, I am determined to grow from this and come back ever stronger.

 “I will use this as an opportunity to improve so that I can be fully prepared for next season and be at my very best to compete for a spot at the 2018 Olympic Games."

Rippon is expected to be off the ice for eight to 12 weeks and will resume training with his medical team’s guidance.   

June Competitions

July Competitions

27 - 29 Jul - Lake Placid Ice Dance International Lake Placid, United States

August Competitions

2 - 5 Aug - Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy Hong Kong, Hong Kong / China

3 - 5 Aug - Philadelphia Summer International Philadelphia, United States

21 - 27 Aug - ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Brisbane, Australia

21 - 26 Aug - International Adult Figure Skating Competition Vancouver, Canada

26 - 27 Aug - Sea Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

28 Aug - 3 Sep -  ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Salzburg, Austria


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