2019 Four National Figure Skating Championships

The 2019 Four Nationals Figure Skating Championships included the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and Hungary. It took place on December 14–15, 2018 in Budapest, Hungary.[1][2][3] The results were split by country; the three highest-placing skaters from each country formed their national podiums in men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dancing. The results were among the criteria used to determine international assignments.

2019 Four Nationals Figure Skating Championships
Type:National championships
Date:December 14 – 15, 2018
Season:2018–19
Location:Budapest, Hungary
Host:Hungarian National Skating Federation
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Medals summaryEdit

Czech RepublicEdit

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Matyáš Bělohradský Petr Kotlařík Daniel Mrázek
Ladies Eliška Březinová Klára Štěpánová Aneta Janiczková

HungaryEdit

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Alexander Borovoj Alexander Maszljanko András Csernoch
Ladies Ivett Tóth Fruzsina Medgyesi Kloé Rozgonyi
Ice dancing Anna Yanovskaya / Ádám Lukács Emily Monaghan / Ilias Fourati Beatrice Tomczak / Dániel Illés

PolandEdit

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Ihor Reznichenko Krzysztof Gała Olgierd Febbi
Ladies Ekaterina Kurakova Elżbieta Gabryszak Magdalena Zawadzka
Ice dancing Natalia Kaliszek / Maksym Spodyriev Justyna Plutowska / Jérémie Flemin Jenna Hertenstein / Damian Binkowski

SlovakiaEdit

Nicole Rajičová defeated Silvia Hugec for the Slovak ladies' title while Marco Klepoch overtook Michael Neuman for the men's title.[4]

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Marco Klepoch Michael Neuman
Ladies Nicole Rajičová Silvia Hugec

Senior resultsEdit

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MenEdit

Matyáš Bělohradský was first and won the Czech senior men's title for the first time.[5]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Matyáš Bělohradský   Czech Republic 207.91 1 67.41 1 140.50
2 Petr Kotlařík   Czech Republic 182.22 2 67.21 3 115.01
3 Ihor Reznichenko   Poland 176.61 3 62.91 5 113.70
4 Daniel Mrazek   Czech Republic 173.63 7 58.59 2 115.04
5 Krzysztof Gala   Poland 173.45 5 59.38 4 114.07
6 Radek Jakuba   Czech Republic 166.96 8 58.45 6 108.51
7 Jiří Bělohradský   Czech Republic 165.29 9 58.41 7 106.88
8 Georgii Reshtenko   Czech Republic 164.54 4 61.45 10 103.09
9 Filip Scerba   Czech Republic 158.69 11 53.88 9 104.81
10 Olgierd Febbi   Poland 157.74 12 52.93 8 104.81
11 Alexander Borovoj   Hungary 155.44 10 54.05 11 101.39
12 Alexander Maszljanko   Hungary 153.71 6 58.64 15 95.07
13 Lukasz Kedzierski   Poland 153.11 13 52.49 12 100.62
14 Marco Klepoch   Slovakia 147.26 16 47.76 13 99.50
15 Eryk Matysiak   Poland 140.91 15 49.81 16 91.10
16 Michael Neuman   Slovakia 140.44 14 51.19 17 89.25
17 András Csernoch   Hungary 129.57 20 34.32 14 95.25
18 Máté Böröcz   Hungary 125.63 19 39.39 18 86.24
19 Andrzej Sicinski   Poland 121.20 17 45.23 19 75.97
20 Michal Wozniak   Poland 115.85 18 41.66 20 74.19

LadiesEdit

Making her debut for Poland, 16-year-old Ekaterina Kurakova finished first, ahead of the Czech Republic's Eliška Březinová and Hungary's Ivett Tóth.[6][7][8]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Ekaterina Kurakova   Poland 178.80 1 57.76 1 121.04
2 Eliška Březinová   Czech Republic 145.49 2 56.10 4 89.39
3 Ivett Tóth   Hungary 141.00 4 51.05 3 89.95
4 Elżbieta Gabryszak   Poland 138.45 6 48.40 2 90.05
5 Nicole Rajičová   Slovakia 137.44 7 48.18 5 89.26
6 Fruzsina Medgyesi   Hungary 132.62 5 48.41 7 84.21
7 Silvia Hugec   Slovakia 132.10 3 55.50 10 76.60
8 Klara Stepanova   Czech Republic 128.31 9 41.69 6 86.62
9 Magdalena Zawadzka   Poland 122.97 10 40.77 8 82.20
10 Aneta Janiczkova   Czech Republic 117.41 8 44.63 12 72.78
11 Oliwia Rzepiel   Poland 114.62 11 40.29 11 74.33
12 Nikola Rychtarikova   Czech Republic 112.17 17 32.58 9 79.59
13 Elizaveta Ukolova   Czech Republic 107.99 12 39.94 13 68.05
14 Michaela Lucie Hanzlíková   Czech Republic 103.44 15 37.00 15 66.44
15 Agnieszka Rejment   Poland 97.54 19 30.12 14 67.42
16 Kloé Rozgonyi   Hungary 97.53 16 33.35 16 64.18
17 Natalia Lerka   Poland 95.95 18 32.22 17 63.73
WD Dária Jakab   Hungary withdrew 13 37.30 withdrew from competition
WD Bronislava Dobiášová   Slovakia withdrew 14 37.27 withdrew from competition
WD Daniela Ko   Czech Republic withdrew 20 29.37 withdrew from competition

Ice danceEdit

Natalia Kaliszek / Maksym Spodyriev and Anna Yanovskaya / Ádám Lukács were the Polish and Hungarian champions respectively, with Kaliszek / Spodyriev receiving the top scores.[6][9][10]

Rank Name Nation Total points RD FD
1 Natalia Kaliszek / Maksym Spodyriev   Poland 171.12 1 67.95 1 103.17
2 Anna Yanovskaya / Ádám Lukács   Hungary 165.43 2 64.46 2 100.97
3 Justyna Plutowska / Jeremie Flemin   Poland 146.36 3 56.06 3 90.30
4 Emily Monaghan / Ilias Fourati   Hungary 142.97 4 55.79 4 87.18
5 Jenna Hertenstein / Damian Binkowski   Poland 112.96 5 44.13 6 68.83
6 Beatrice Tomczak / Dániel Illés   Hungary 111.33 6 41.59 5 69.74

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Announcement" (PDF). Hungarian National Skating Federation. Archived (PDF) from the original on 12 December 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Four Nationals Championships 2019". Hungarian National Skating Federation. December 2018.
  3. ^ "MP w łyżwiarstwie figurowym: Polacy powalczą o medale w Budapeszcie". Polish Press Agency (in Polish). Telewizja Polska. 12 December 2018.
  4. ^ "Krasokorčuliarka N. Rajičová obsadila na súťaži v Budapešti 5. miesto". Dobré noviny (in Slovak). 15 December 2018.
  5. ^ "Krasobruslařskými mistry republiky se stali Bělohradský a Březinová" (in Czech). 15 December 2018.
  6. ^ a b "MP w łyżwiarstwie figurowym: Kaliszek i Spodyriew ze złotem w tańcach". Polish Press Agency (in Polish). sport.onet.pl. 15 December 2018.
  7. ^ "MP w łyżwiarstwie figurowym: Kurakowa prowadzi po programie krótkim". Telewizja Polska (in Polish). 14 December 2018.
  8. ^ Zaborski, Jerzy (19 December 2018). "Łyżwiarstwo figurowe. Dwa medale Soły Oświęcim w mistrzostwach Polski [ZDJĘCIA]". Gazeta Krakowska (in Polish). Archived from the original on 23 December 2018.
  9. ^ "Magyar jégtánc-páros lett a második a Négy nemzet bajnokságán". Magyar Távirati Iroda (in Hungarian). delmagyar.hu. 16 December 2018.
  10. ^ "Négy nemzet bajnokság - Legjobb magyarként második lett a Janovszkaja-Lukács jégtáncpáros". Magyar Távirati Iroda / origo.hu (in Hungarian). 16 December 2018.

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