2017 CS Autumn Classic International

The 2017 CS Autumn Classic International is a figure skating competition that took place in September 2017 at the Sportsplexe Pierrefonds in Montreal, Quebec. It is part of the 2017–18 ISU Challenger Series.[1] Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

2017 CS Autumn Classic International
Type:ISU Challenger Series
Date:September 20–23, 2017
Season:2017–2018
Location:Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Host:Skate Canada
Venue:Sportsplexe Pierrefonds
Champions
Men's singles:
Spain Javier Fernández
Ladies' singles:
Canada Kaetlyn Osmond
Pair skating:
France Vanessa James / Morgan Cipres
Ice dance:
Canada Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir
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2017 CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy

EntriesEdit

The International Skating Union published the preliminary list of entries on August 29, 2017.

Country Men[2] Ladies[3] Pairs[4] Ice dance[5]
  Australia Andrew Dodds
Jordan Dodds
Brooklee Han Paris Stephens / Matthew Dodds
  Bulgaria Teodora Markova / Simon Daze
  Canada Elladj Baldé
Keegan Messing
Nam Nguyen
Alaine Chartrand
Kaetlyn Osmond
Sarah Tamura
Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford
Julianne Seguin / Charlie Bilodeau
Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier
Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir
Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje
  Czech Republic Nicole Kuzmichová / Alexandr Sinicyn
  Denmark Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Sørensen
  Chinese Taipei Meng Ju Lee
  France Kevin Aymoz Maé-Bérénice Méité Vanessa James / Morgan Cipres Kate Louise Bagnall / Benjamin Allain
Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac
  Germany Peter Liebers
  Israel Oleksii Bychenko Michelle Lifshits
Netta Schreiber
Paige Conners / Evgeni Krasnopolski Adel Tankova / Ronald Zilberberg
  Japan Yuzuru Hanyu
Daisuke Murakami
Mai Mihara
Rin Nitaya
  Kazakhstan Anastassiya Khvan
Elizabet Tursynbayeva
  Romania Amanda Stan
  Singapore Chloe Ing
  South Korea Kyueun Kim / Alex Kang-chan Kam
  Spain Javier Fernández
Javier Raya
Celia Robledo / Luis Fenero
Olivia Smart / Adria Diaz
   Switzerland Tim Huber
  Thailand Natalie Sangkagalo
  Ukraine Anastasia Kononenko
  United Kingdom Harry Mattick
  United States Ross Miner Courtney Hicks
Olivia Shilling
Megan Wessenberg
Jessica Calalang / Zack Sidhu
Marissa Castelli / Mervin Tran
Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter
  Uzbekistan Misha Ge
Withdrew before starting orders drawn

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Yuzuru Hanyu set a new world record for the short program (112.72 points).

Rank Name Nation Total SP FS
1 Javier Fernández   Spain 279.07 2 101.20 1 177.87
2 Yuzuru Hanyu   Japan 268.24 1 112.72 5 155.52
3 Keegan Messing   Canada 248.30 4 86.33 3 161.97
4 Misha Ge   Uzbekistan 246.19 5 83.64 2 162.55
5 Nam Nguyen   Canada 245.21 3 88.40 4 156.81
6 Ross Miner   United States 219.96 8 69.84 6 150.12
7 Peter Liebers   Germany 207.89 6 73.34 7 134.55
8 Daisuke Murakami   Japan 200.59 7 70.09 8 130.50
9 Mark Gorodnitsky   Israel 186.02 10 60.52 9 125.50
10 Andrew Dodds   Australia 164.07 9 62.69 10 101.38
11 Jordan Dodds   Australia 149.95 11 50.48 11 99.47
12 Harry Mattick   United Kingdom 145.80 12 50.25 12 95.55
13 Meng Ju Lee   Chinese Taipei 140.32 13 46.34 14 93.98
14 Tim Huber    Switzerland 131.56 14 37.27 13 94.29

LadiesEdit

Rank Name Nation Total SP FS
1 Kaetlyn Osmond   Canada 217.55 1 75.21 1 142.34
2 Mai Mihara   Japan 199.02 2 66.18 2 132.84
3 Elizabet Tursynbaeva   Kazakhstan 181.00 5 56.62 3 124.38
4 Courtney Hicks   United States 174.16 3 59.77 4 114.39
5 Alaine Chartrand   Canada 162.42 6 55.21 6 107.21
6 Rin Nitaya   Japan 161.20 9 46.83 5 114.37
7 Brooklee Han   Australia 158.81 4 57.65 7 101.16
8 Maé-Bérénice Méité   France 141.41 8 49.65 8 91.76
9 Olivia Shilling   United States 134.78 7 53.00 10 81.78
10 Chloe Ing   Singapore 130.55 10 44.87 9 72.72
11 Sarah Tamura   Canada 110.93 12 39.49 11 71.44
12 Jang Hyun-su   South Korea 100.51 11 40.02 13 60.49
13 Anastasia Kononenko   Ukraine 96.24 13 35.82 14 60.42
14 Natalie Sangkagalo   Thailand 91.61 16 30.02 12 61.59
15 Michelle Lifshits   Israel 88.24 15 31.65 15 56.59
16 Yun Sung-hyun   South Korea 74.77 17 27.42 16 47.35
17 Amanda Stan   Romania 14 32.03 Withdrew

PairsEdit

Rank Name Nation Total SP FS
1 Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès   France 210.48 2 73.48 1 137.00
2 Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford   Canada 202.98 1 77.14 3 125.84
3 Julianne Séguin / Charlie Bilodeau   Canada 189.64 3 61.72 2 127.92
4 Marissa Castelli / Mervin Tran   United States 176.38 4 58.64 4 117.74
5 Kim Kyu-eun / Alex Kam   South Korea 149.72 6 55.02 5 94.70
6 Jessica Calalang / Zack Sidhu   United States 146.86 5 56.22 6 90.64
7 Paris Stephens / Matthew Dodds   Australia 85.32 7 28.96 7 56.36

Ice dancingEdit

Rank Name Nation Total SP FS
1 Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir   Canada 195.76 1 79.96 1 115.80
2 Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje   Canada 173.56 2 69.32 2 104.24
3 Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier   Canada 172.26 3 68.80 3 103.46
4 Olivia Smart / Adrià Díaz   Spain 155.56 5 61.68 4 93.88
5 Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter   United States 154.50 4 62.00 6 92.50
6 Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac   France 149.34 6 58.80 7 90.54
7 Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Sørensen   Denmark 147.56 7 54.90 5 92.66
8 Celia Robledo / Luis Fenero   Spain 129.44 8 51.82 8 77.62
9 Nicole Kuzmichová / Alexandr Sinicyn   Czech Republic 121.68 9 49.08 9 72.60

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Announcement" (PDF). International Skating Union. Retrieved August 29, 2017.
  2. ^ "Entries: Men". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on September 29, 2017.
  3. ^ "Entries: Ladies". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on September 29, 2017.
  4. ^ "Entries: Pairs". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on September 29, 2017.
  5. ^ "Entries: Ice Dance". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on September 29, 2017.

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