Intermediate Ladies Medalists
Intermediate Men Medalists
Intermediate Pairs Medalists
Intermediate Dance Medalists

2017 U.S. National Championships

13-22 January 2017, Kansas City, MO

Previews

Rules Update: Gold Medal No Guarantee for World Team Selection - Make it to Nationals, win the gold medal,  off to Worlds.  Not anymore.  Beginning this season, winning the gold medal is no guarantee for selection to the U.S. world team.
Shibutanis, Chock & Bates and Hubbell & Donohue Headline U.S. Dance Showdown - Maia and Alex Shibutani, the 2016 World silver medalists and reigning U.S. Champions, seem geared up and ready to go to defend their U.S. title in Kansas City this week.
Wagner, Gold, Nagusu Lead Ladies Contingent in Kansas City - The top contenders in the U.S. Championship ladies division this year are certainly all forces to be reckoned with and the reason why this year’s competition ought to be one heck of a memorable one.

Rippon Injury Opens Door to the Men's Title for Chen - Nathan Chen, the 2016 U.S. men’s bronze medalist who stunned the skating world this past December at the 2016/17 International Skating Union Grand Prix Final in Marseille with a remarkable free skate that featured four quads which earned him a stalwart silver, along with Jason Brown, the electric 2015 U.S. champion and 2014 U.S. silver medalist and Max Aaron, the 2013 U.S. champion, 2014 U.S. bronze medalist and 2016 second-place finisher are three of the main headliners in this year’s exciting men’s event at U.S. Nationals.

Kayne, O’Shea Geared up to Compete This Week in Kansas City - Tarah Kayne and Danny O’Shea, the reigning U.S. pair champions, seem strong and as determined as ever to defend their title this week at the U.S. Nationals in Kansas City.  The high-energy duo, who have been skating together since 2012 and are known for their huge throw jumps, beautifully extended lifts and powerful edges, seem confident and as ready as ever to deliver another championship  batch of performances at this main event.

Adam Rippon Withdraws from U.S. Nationals Due to Foot Fracture - Adam Rippon, the reigning U.S. champion and two-time U.S. silver medalist, announced his withdrawal from the 2017 U.S. Championships due to a fracture he suffered in his left foot when running through jumps during practice at Lakewood Ice in Southern California last Friday.

Senior Championships

Senior Ladies Medalists:  Ashley Wagner, Karen Chen, Mariah Bell, Mirai Nagasu Senior Men Medalists: Vincent Zhou, Nathan Chen, Jason Brown, Grant Hochstein Senior Pairs Medalists:  Marissa Castelli & Mervin Tran, Haven Denney & Brandon Frazier, Ashely Cain & Timothy LeDuc, Deanna Stellato-Dudek & Nathan Bartholomay Senior Dance Medalists:  Madison Chock & Evan Bates, Maia Shibutani & Alex Shibutani, Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue, Elliana Pogrebinsky & Alex Benoit

Senior Ladies Short Program

Senior Ladies Free Skate

Senior Men Short Program
Senior Men Short Program

Senior Men Free Skate
Senior Pairs Short Program Senior Pairs Free Skate
Senior Dance Short Dance Senior Dance Free Dance

Junior Championships

Junior Ladies Medalists:  Star Andrews, Kaitlyn Nguyen, Ashley Lin, Emma Ma Junior Men Medalists: Camden Pulkinen, Aleksei Krasnozhon, Ryan Dunk, Eric Sjoberg Junior Pairs Medalists:  Elli Kopmar & Jonah Barrett, Nica Digerness & Danny Neudecker, Alexandra Yao & Austin Hale, Lindsay Weinstein & Jacob Smith Junior Dance Medalists:  Christina Carreira & Anthony Ponomarenko, Rachel Parsons & Michael Parsons, Lorraine McNamara & Quinn Carpenter, Chloe Lewis & Logan Bye
Junior Ladies Short Program Junior Ladies Free Skate
Junior Men Short Program Junior Men Free Skate
Junior Pairs Short Program Junior Pairs Free Skate
Junior Dance Short Dance Junior Dance Free Dance

Novice Championships

Novice Ladies:  Ting Cui, Angelina Huang, Pooja Kalyan, Alysa Liu Novice Men:  Joseph Kang, Maxim Naumov, Dinh Tran, Joonsoo Kim Novice Pairs:  Erin Ainsley Peterson & Kristofer Ogren, Coleman & Derrick Griffin, Greta Crafoord & John Crafoord, Eliana Secunda & Blake Eisenach Novice Dance:  Katarina DelCamp & Maxwell Gart, Jocelyn Haines & James Koszuta, Sophia Elder & Christopher Elder, Elizabeth Tkachenko & Alexei Kiliakov
 

Madison Nguyen, Juvenile Girls Champion

All Eyes on Juveniles and Intermediates Opening Weekend of 2017 U.S. Nationals - The best of U.S. Juvenile and Intermediate skaters displayed their talents the opening weekend of the 2017 U.S. National Figure Skating Championships.


Estimated Attendance 2017 Kansas City

SLSP
SLFS
SMSP
SMFS
SPSP
SPFS 
SDSD
SDFD
4700
9000
4000
3000
1000
1200/5200(*)
1000
1500/5200(*)
JLSP
JLFS
JMSP
JMFS
JPSP
JPFS 
JDSD
JDFD 
350
300
200
400
300
350
350
460
NLSP
NLFS
NMSP
NMFS
NPSP
NPFS 
NDPD 
100
120
200
160
260
230
100
ILSP
ILFS

IMSP
IMFS

IPSP
IPFS
 
IDPD
IDFD 
150
150
120
100
120
150
100
120
JvGFS
JvBFS
JvPFS
JvDPD
JvDFD 

 
120
100
140
100
75

  Exhibition:   3200

(*)  First half / Second half


Estimated Attendance 2016 St. Paul

SLSP
SLFS
SMSP
SMFS
SPSP
SPFS 
SDSD
SDFD
6500
8500
2400
4300
900
1800/6000(*)
1000
2000/6700(*)
JLSP
JLFS
JMSP
JMFS
JPSP
JPFS 
JDSD
JDFD 
400
550
400
550
350
350
350
250
NLSP
NLFS
NMSP
NMFS
NPSP
NPFS 
NDPD
NDFD 
300
400
350
400
400
200
150
175
ILSP

IMSP

IPSP
 
IDPD
 
200

150

350

125
JvGFS
JvBFS
JvPFS
JvDPD 
 
175
150
125
75

  Exhibition:   6500

(*)  First half / Second half


Estimated Attendance 2015 Greensboro

SLSP
SLFS
SMSP
SMFS
SPSP
SPFS 
SDSD
SDFD
1750
9800
2500
5200
1000
2250/6000(*)
1250
1750/6000(*)
JLSP
JLFS
JMSP
JMFS
JPSP
JPFS 
JDSD
JDFD 
400
400
400
400
500
500
350
400
NLSP
NLFS
NMSP
NMFS
NPSP
NPFS 
NDPD
NDFD 
350
500
400
500
400
400
400
400
ILSP
ILFS
IMSP
IMFS
IPSP
IPFS 
IDPD
IDFD 
350
500
350
750
400
350
1000
350
JvGFS
JvBFS
JvPFS
JvDPD 
JvDFD 
400
400
400
1000
1000

  Exhibition:   6200

(*)  First half / Second half

Photos © 2017 by George Rossano


Juvenile Girls Medalists
Juvenile Boys Medalists
Juvenile Pairs Medalists
Juvenile Dance Medalists