Congrats to the 2010 Skate SF “Developmental International” competitors!

Posted by unseenskaters on September 2, 2010

CONGRATULATIONS to all the USFS-invited Junior and Novice singles skaters, pair and ice dance teams who participated in the Skating Club of San Francisco’s annual Skate San Francisco competition this past weekend, August 27-29!

Originally published on the host club’s web site:

This year Skate San Francisco has the great honor of hosting U.S. Figure Skating’s Developmental International Program. The purpose of this program is to provide ice skaters who competed successfully at the 2010 Junior U.S. Figure Skating Championships at the Intermediate level, or at the 2010 U.S. Figure Skating Championships at the Novice level an opportunity to compete in a simulated international style competition. This program will better prepare these ice skaters for their upcoming season as Novice and Junior level competitors that will be required to compete internationally. All the top Intermediate and Novice level ice skaters from the 2009-2010 season have been invited from across the nation to compete at this event by U.S. Figure Skating (USFS).

Official results and detailed protocols: http://www.scsf.org/scsf_skatesf.html
(Note: Segment scores were not combined at this competition.)

The invited skaters’ U.S. Novice or Intermediate placements at 2010 Nationals are included in parentheses in the results summary below.

SP top 5: Courtney Hicks (N5) 53.37, Nicole Rajic (N12) 39.87, Allison Timlen (N11) 39.37, Polina Edmunds (N6) 38.15, Abby Kimmelman (N10) 37.03
FS top 5: Hicks 92.77, Edmunds 81.77, Timlen 70.12, Rajic 68.50, Kimmelman 66.56

SP top 3: Timothy Koleto (N11) 48.43, Emmanuel Savary (I2) 47.68, Philip Warren (N4) 46.53
FS top 3: Warren 94.86, Savary 90.86, Koleto 82.12

Morgan Agster/Adam Civiello (N8) 35.27 SP, 66.61 FS

SD: Lorraine McNamara/Quinn Carpenter (N6) 38.56, Madeline Heritage/Nathaniel Fast (N9) 35.69, Teressa Vellrath/Aleksandr Pirogov (LTU) 34.57, Danvi Pham/Vu Pham (N2) 30.89
FD: Pham/Pham 52.70, McNamara/Carpenter 51.06, Vellrath/Pirogov 47.89, Heritage/Fast 44.76

SP top 6: Barbie Long (I3) 38.41, Hannah Miller (I5) 37.96, Katia Shpilband (I1) 32.69, Mariah Bell (I8) 32.49, Jordan King 30.86, Avery Kurtz (I4) 30.66
FS top 5: Miller 74.03, Long 70.20, Shpilband 64.97, Bell 63.13, Kurtz 52.54

SP top 6: Nathan Chen (N1) 40.88, Jordan Moeller (I1) 37.37, Cordero Zuckerman (N10) 36.30, Nicholas Vrdoljak (I5) 36.04, Wilbur Ji 33.96, Lukas Kaugars (N8) 29.67
FS top 4: Chen 96.59, Moeller 80.85, Zuckerman 77.77, Vrdoljak 72.34 (Kaugars WD)
Illinois article on Moeller before the Novice Men’s event: http://www.southtownstar.com/sports/2639392,082610sptskatermoeller.article
Alaska article on Zuckerman in the Novice Men’s event: http://newsminer.com/bookmark/9343393-Fairbanks-figure-skater-finishes-third-in-San-Francisco-competition

SP: Caitlin Fields/Jason Pacini 30.02, Brianna de la Mora/Taylor Wilson (I1) 28.56, Kay Bergdolt/Miles Addison (I3) 28.16, Audrey Goldberg/Joseph Dolkiewicz (I2) 24.96, Janelle Unger/Robert Przepioski 20.70
FS: de la Mora/Wilson 69.13, Goldberg/Dolkiewicz 67.94, Fields/Pacini 58.52, Bergdolt/Addison 52.80, Unger/Przepioski 46.08

CD (American Waltz & Paso Doble): Greta Riebe/Jacob Jaffe (I5) 46.66, Holly Moore/Daniel Klaber (I2) 46.11, Eliana Pogrebinsky/Ross Gudis (I3) 44.18, Jessica DeMaria/Dean Miller (I4) 40.93, Hope Schroeder/Stepan Dubrovskiy 37.51
FD: Moore/Klaber 49.87, Pogrebinsky/Gudis 46.00, Schroeder/Dubrovskiy 45.96, Riebe/Jaffe 44.06, DeMaria/Miller 42.95


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