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2017 ISU Grand Prix Final

Nagoya, Japan





After being held in Southern Europe for three years, the Grand Prix Final 2017 takes place in Nagoya, a city of around three million people (including the suburbs) in central Japan and about 150 miles southwest of Tokyo. The city-owned rink, several miles southeast of downtown, is called Nippon Gaishi Hall and has a maximum capacity of 10,000 people, but is configured for 6000 spectators for this competition. Nagoya is the home of Toyota cars. In the skating world, the city is known for the single skating school of Machiko Yamada whose most prominent skaters were Midori Ito, the triple Axel jumper of the years around 1990, and Mao Asada, the triple Axel jumper of the years between 2006 and 2014. Both of them were also World Champions.

Day 1 (Thursday)

Pairs Short Program

Men's Short Program

Ice Dance Short Dance

Day 2 (Friday)

Ladies Short Program

Men's Free Skate

Day 3 (Saturday)

Pairs Free Skate

Ice Dance Free Dance

Ladies Free Skate

Junior Grand Prix Final

Estimated Attendance

PSP: 5400
MSP: 5400
DSD: 5100

LSP:  5400
MFS: 5600

PFS: 5400
LFS: 5700

Exhibition: 5900