A special thanks to the person who sent us the combined scores for Intermediate Ladies Group B at Skate Detroit. We appreciate obtaining scans of official result sheets from competitions where results are not available or incomplete!
Archive for August, 2010
Posted by unseenskaters on August 26, 2010
Posted by unseenskaters on August 24, 2010
Posted by unseenskaters on August 23, 2010
…and we have some changes in the Top Ten!
Posted by unseenskaters on August 17, 2010
Four competitions have been added to Scoretracker: Silicon Valley Open, U.S. Collegiate Championships, Skate Chautauqua, and Charter Oak Open. The Top Ten has been updated.
Official results from two of the major summer monitoring competitions, Skate Detroit (Juvenile-Novice singles) and Glacier Falls Summer Classic, have not been published yet. We will add these scores as soon as they go up!
For now, here are some “unofficial” Senior/Junior results from the Glacier Falls Summer Classic, August 6-8, (the asterisked * skaters’ scores below would qualify for the Top Ten as of today):
*Richard Dornbush 191.34 1 1
*Jason Brown 180.54 2 2
Alexander Johnson 159.56 4 3
Jonathan Cassar 149.33 7 5
Sean Rabbitt 146.79 6 6
Andrew Gonzales 146.31 5 7
Christopher Caluza 136.79 8 4
Austin Kanallakan 58.71 3 (WD from FS)
*Kristiene Gong 153.92 2 1
*Rachael Flatt 149.33 1 2
Vanessa Lam 138.61 3 3
*Lindsay Davis 135.77 4 4
Carolyn-Ann Alba 127.98 5 6
Alexe Gilles 119.12 6 5
Sina Choe 92.17 7 7
Anna Bradshaw 83.70 9 8
Mary Grace Baldo (PHI) 81.60 8 9
Jennifer Osibov 57.34 10 10
SENIOR PAIRS exhibition
*Tiffany Vise/Don Baldwin 131.64
(47.24 in SP, 84.40 in FS)
JUNIOR LADIES (top 10 of 17)
*Courtney Hicks 140.45 1 1
*Leah Keiser 119.02 2 3
*Katarina Kulgeyko 118.65 3 2
Victoria Tugolukova 98.93 4 7
Victoria Huebler (AUT) 96.58 6 4
Kelsey Chan 95.88 5 6
Mindy Bigenho 89.50 11 5
Ayano Kitamura (JPN) 87.95 8 8
Renee Kono 84.82 16 9
Chantine Akiyama 84.55 15 10
*Philip Warren 143.22 1 1
Shotaro Omori 121.59 2 3
David Wang 114.65 3 4
Michael Christian Martinez (PHI) 111.05 4 2
Posted by unseenskaters on August 13, 2010
Skate Milwaukee, Copper Cup in Utah, and Pacific Northwest Interclub Championships scores have been added to Scoretracker.
Posted by unseenskaters on August 10, 2010
Thanks for the many tips sent in on Skate Salt Lake results becoming available!
Posted by unseenskaters on August 8, 2010
New competitions recorded in Scoretracker are Robin Lee Midwest Open, Heart of America Invitational, and Cactus Classic. Partial results have been recorded for Skate Detroit, and official results were obtained for the Southern NJ Spring Invitational Novice Ladies event.
Posted by unseenskaters on August 7, 2010
Thanks to everyone who sent links to Indy Challenge. More competition results will be going up over the weekend and the Top Ten will also be updated, so stay tuned. Sylvia is tweeting scores from Glacier Falls, so check out the latest there!
Posted by unseenskaters on August 6, 2010
Troy Summer Skate has been added as well.
Posted by unseenskaters on August 3, 2010
Red, White and Blue Ice, hosted by Vaca Valley FSC, has been added as well.
NOTE: Each time Scoretracker is updated, the official results links (where available) are added to the COMPETITIONS section of this site.
THANKS to the person who sent in these jump notes/some of the singles highlights from Skate Wilmington for posting here. Corrections are welcomed (you can submit your comments by using the form below; comments are not made public).
Novice Men’s SP:
M Mimidis was clean with 3Lo+2T, 3F, and 2A. Quite a lot of one-foot footwork in the step sequence. Score was 43.40.
Junior Men’s SP:
A Zahradnicek: 3F+2T, 3Lo, 2A. A very long step sequence. Finished a bit behind the music [“Libertango” by Piazzolla]. 27.73 (TES) + 24.50 (PCS) = 52.23
A Wagner: 3F+3T, 3Lo, 2A. Some issues on the flying camel (though it began in quite a nice position) and the combo spin (for which he received no credit). Music was from the Out of Africa soundtrack. 24.36 + 24.26 = 48.62
C Berneck (GER): 3F+2T, 3Lo fall out, 2A. 23.07 + 23.07 = 46.14
Senior Ladies SP:
A Wagner: 3F+2T, 3Lz, 2A. The edge on the Lutz is clearly improved. The technical panel didn’t ding her on it, and there were no negative GOEs — actually, she had no negatives on any element. She warmed up single Lutzes, obviously concentrating on the edge. Music was Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.” 28.67 + 24.14 = 52.81
Senior Men’s SP:
A Mahbanoozadeh: 3A leaning, popped Lz (no combo), 3F. +1 GOE from all judges on the Level-4 steps, which began with a lot of one-foot footwork. “Mario Takes a Walk” and “Prelude” (Spanish guitar music) by Jesse Cook. 28.57 + 31.34 = 59.91
Junior Men’s FS:
Zahradnicek: 3F+3T, 3Lo, 3Lz, 3F, 3Lz+2T, 3S, 2A, 2A. Some -1 GOEs on both Lutz passes; otherwise, the only negatives were on the closing flying sit spin. Ended after the music [Puccini’s Tosca]. He’s really powering into the opening (intended) 3F+3T in both programs. The 3F covers a lot of ice. 59.72 + 54.00 = 113.72
Senior Ladies FS:
F. Zhang (season debut of her FS, music unknown): 3F tilted/reaching, 3Lz fall, 3T+2T, 2Lz(I think) tilted/step out, spread eagle to 2A with turn-out?, spiral to 3T, 2A+2T+2T with turnout. Program flowed well. 42.83 + 38.27 (-1) = 80.10
Wagner: 3F+2T (not quite enough flow to go for 3-3), Y-spiral into 2A, 3Lz fall, 3-turns into 3Lo step-out, 3S, 3Lo+2T, 1F+1T (looked intentional, possibly so she could do justice to the step sequence immediately following). 48.03 + 53.33 (-1) = 100.36
She was clearly having to think about the choreography [this was her season debut of “Malaguena” by Lecuona]; I couldn’t really get a feel for the program at this point. She has tweeted about having done very, very few run-throughs. Again, she warmed up a couple of single Lutzes, staying on the outside edge.
Senior Men’s FS:
Mahbanoozadeh: 3F, 3A bending (not enough flow for combo), 3Lz+2T (not enough flow for 3-3), slow 3-turns to 3Lo turn-out, 3A+2T, spread eagles into 3F step-out immediately into flying combo spin, 3S, 2Lz+2T (looked intentional). 68.26 + 64.84 = 133.10
Music from Avatar soundtrack begins with a sort of flute (pan pipe?), then eventually segues into a fuller orchestral sound. As this was the season debut of his program, he is not yet skating the program with the conviction he’ll have as the season progresses, but it seems to be coming along well.