JGP #5 Copernicus Stars in Torun, Poland, Sept. 23-26, 2015

Posted by unseenskaters on September 24, 2015

After one week’s break, the JGP series has resumed in Torun, Poland, which is 6 hours ahead of Eastern time.

Start Orders & Results

Detailed Time & Practice Schedule (PDF)

Thursday’s Ladies SP recorded video stream

Thursday’s Pairs SP recorded video stream

Thursday’s Men SP recorded video stream

Click here for the latest live stream link & videos on ISU’s JGP channel

Read Christina Carreira’s Blog for IceNetwork

View Carreira’s Photos for IceNetwork

Team USA on Thursday:
Ladies SP: Megan Wessenberg, in her Team USA and JGP debut, placed 7th (48.90); Akari Nakamura, in her JGP debut, was 10th (47.86) of 34.
Pairs SP: Chelsea Liu/Brian Johnson finished 5th (50.15) with a new ISU personal best score; ditto for JGP Colorado Springs silver medalists Joy Weinberg/Maximiliano Fernandez (48.87), in 6th of 10 teams.
Men’s SP: JGP Latvia bronze medalist Alexei Krasnozhon placed 5th (62.44) and Tony Lu 6th (61.69), his new ISU PB score, of 25 in his first JGP assignment of the year and second in two years.

Team USA Friday:
Short Dance: JGP Colorado Springs gold medalist Lorraine McNamara/Quinn Carpenter leads (65.42) and Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko are 2nd of 18 teams with a new ISU PB score (61.13).
Pairs FS: Liu/Johnson finished 5th in FS (85.10) and overall with a new ISU PB Total (135.25); Weinberg/Fernandez were 7th (127.12) of 10 teams.
Ladies FS: Wessenberg finished 8th in FS (91.80) and 7th (140.70) overall; Nakahara was 9th in FS (87.38) and 8th (135.24) overall.

Team USA Saturday:
Men’s FS (delayed by one hour due to power outage): Krasnozhon finished 5th (194.58) and 3rd in FS (132.14), his new ISU PB free skate score. Lu set 2 more ISU PB scores — in FS (120.57) and Total (182.26) — to finish 6th of 25.
Free Dance: McNamara/Carpenter won their second GOLD of the season and Carreira/Ponomarenko won the SILVER, their first JGP medal! Both teams set new ISU personal best scores in the FD and Total: McNamara/Carpenter (97.21 FD, 162.63) and Carreira/Ponomarenko (85.02 FD, 146.15).

Ladies: Polina Tsurskaya (RUS) 187.85, Ekaterina Mitrofanova (RUS) 166.63, Rin Nitaya (JPN) 161.89
Men: Sota Yamamoto (JPN) 232.42, Deniss Vasiljevs (LAT) 207.83, Roman Sadovsky (CAN)
Pairs: Borisova/Sopot (RUS) 158.82, Atakhanova/Spiridinov (RUS) 149.52, Gubanova/Sintsov (RUS) 147.03
Dance: McNamara/Carpenter (USA) 162.63, Carreira/Ponomarenko (USA) 146.15, Skoptcova/Aleshin (RUS) 141.61


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