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ISU Junior Grand Prix Final

The ISU Junior Grand Prix Final or JGP Final (titled the ISU Junior Series Final in the 1997–98 season) is the culmination of a series of junior-level competitions – the ISU Junior Grand Prix organized by the International Skating Union. Medals are awarded in men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. Skaters earn qualifying points at each Junior Grand Prix event. At the end of the series, the six highest-placing skaters from each discipline advance to the JGP Final.

HistoryEdit

The event was first held in early March 1998 in Lausanne, Switzerland, following six qualifying competitions at the start of the season. Eight skaters qualified in each singles' discipline, in addition to six pairs and six ice dancing teams. In 1998, at the inaugural competition, Timothy Goebel landed the first quadruple Salchow jump in competition.

The JGP Final was shifted to December beginning in the 1999–2000 season. The number of pairs and dance qualifiers expanded to eight in the 2000–01 season.

At the JGP Final in 2002, Miki Ando became the first lady to land a quad in competition, performing a quad Salchow. In the 2008–09 season, the JGP Final was organized together with its senior-level complement, the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final, for the first time. Following the 2010–11 season, the International Skating Union reduced the number of qualifiers from eight to six in each discipline.

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Men's medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland   Timothy Goebel   Ivan Dinev   Matthew Savoie
1998–99 Detroit, USA   Vincent Restencourt   Ilia Klimkin   Alexei Vasilevski
1999–00 Gdańsk, Poland   Gao Song   Stefan Lindemann   Fedor Andreev [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland   Ma Xiaodong   Sergei Dobrin   Stanislav Timchenko [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia   Stanislav Timchenko   Ma Xiaodong   Kevin van der Perren [3]
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands   Alexander Shubin   Sergei Dobrin   Parker Pennington [4]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden   Evan Lysacek   Andrei Griazev   Christopher Mabee [5]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland   Dennis Phan   Yasuharu Nanri   Alexander Uspenski [6]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic   Takahiko Kozuka   Austin Kanallakan   Geoffry Varner [7]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria   Stephen Carriere   Brandon Mroz   Kevin Reynolds [8]
2007–08 Gdańsk, Poland   Adam Rippon   Brandon Mroz   Armin Mahbanoozadeh [9]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea   Florent Amodio   Armin Mahbanoozadeh   Richard Dornbush [10]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan   Yuzuru Hanyu   Song Nan   Ross Miner [11]
2010–11 Beijing, China   Richard Dornbush   Yan Han   Andrei Rogozine [12]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada   Jason Brown   Yan Han   Joshua Farris [13]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia   Maxim Kovtun   Joshua Farris   Ryuju Hino [14]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan   Jin Boyang   Adian Pitkeev   Nathan Chen [15]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain   Shoma Uno   Sota Yamamoto   Alexander Petrov [16]
2015–16 Barcelona, Spain   Nathan Chen   Dmitri Aliev   Sota Yamamoto [17]
2016–17 Marseille, France   Dmitri Aliev   Alexander Samarin   Cha Jun-hwan [18]
2017–18 Nagoya, Japan   Alexei Krasnozhon   Camden Pulkinen   Mitsuki Sumoto [19]
2018–19 Vancouver, Canada   Stephen Gogolev   Petr Gumennik   Koshiro Shimada [20]
2019–20 Turin. Italy
2020–21 Beijing. China

LadiesEdit

Ladies' medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland   Julia Soldatova   Amber Corwin   Elena Pingachova
1998–99 Detroit, USA   Viktoria Volchkova   Sarah Hughes   Daria Timoshenko
1999–00 Gdańsk, Poland   Deanna Stellato   Jennifer Kirk   Svetlana Bukareva [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland   Ann Patrice McDonough   Kristina Oblasova   Yukari Nakano [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia   Miki Ando   Ludmila Nelidina   Akiko Suzuki [3]
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands   Yukina Ota   Carolina Kostner   Miki Ando [4]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden   Miki Ando   Lina Johansson   Viktória Pavuk [5]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland   Mao Asada   Kim Yuna   Kimmie Meissner [6]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic   Kim Yuna   Aki Sawada   Xu Binshu [7]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria   Caroline Zhang   Ashley Wagner   Megan Oster [8]
2007–08 Gdańsk, Poland   Mirai Nagasu   Rachael Flatt   Yuki Nishino [9]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea   Becky Bereswill   Yukiko Fujisawa   Alexe Gilles [10]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan   Kanako Murakami   Polina Shelepen   Christina Gao [11]
2010–11 Beijing, China   Adelina Sotnikova   Elizaveta Tuktamysheva   Li Zijun [12]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada   Yulia Lipnitskaya   Polina Shelepen   Polina Korobeynikova [13]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia   Elena Radionova   Hannah Miller   Anna Pogorilaya [14]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan   Maria Sotskova   Serafima Sakhanovich   Evgenia Medvedeva [15]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain   Evgenia Medvedeva   Serafima Sakhanovich   Wakaba Higuchi [16]
2015–16 Barcelona, Spain   Polina Tsurskaya   Maria Sotskova   Marin Honda [17]
2016–17 Marseille, France   Alina Zagitova   Anastasiia Gubanova   Kaori Sakamoto [18]
2017–18 Nagoya, Japan   Alexandra Trusova   Alena Kostornaia   Anastasia Tarakanova [19]
2018–19 Vancouver, Canada   Alena Kostornaia   Alexandra Trusova   Alena Kanysheva [20]
2019–20 Turin. Italy
2020–21 Beijing. China

PairsEdit

Pairs' medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland   Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski   Natalie Vlandis / Jered Guzman
1998–99 Detroit, USA   Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk   Laura Handy / Paul Binnebose   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski
1999–00 Gdańsk, Poland   Aliona Savchenko / Stanislav Morozov   Julia Shapiro / Alexei Sokolov   Viktoria Shliakhova / Grigori Petrovski [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland   Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao   Kristen Roth / Michael McPherson   Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia   Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao   Julia Karbovskaya / Sergei Slavnov   Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei [3]
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands   Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei   Jessica Dubé / Samuel Tetrault   Jennifer Don / Jonathon Hunt [4]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden   Jessica Dubé / Bryce Davison   Natalia Shestakova / Pavel Lebedev   Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov [5]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland   Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov   Brittany Vise / Nicholas Kole   Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker [6]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic   Valeria Simakova / Anton Tokarev   Julia Vlassov / Drew Meekins   Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker [7]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria   Keauna McLaughlin / Rockne Brubaker   Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh   Jessica Rose Paetsch / Jon Nuss [8]
2007–08 Gdańsk, Poland   Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov
  Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh
  Ekaterina Sheremetieva / Mikhail Kuznetsov   Jessica Rose Paetsch / Jon Nuss [9]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea   Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze   Zhang Yue / Wang Lei   Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh [10]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan   Sui Wenjing / Han Cong   Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran   Zhang Yue / Wang Lei [11]
2010–11 Beijing, China   Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran   Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov   Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang [12]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada   Sui Wenjing / Han Cong   Katherine Bobak / Ian Beharry   Britney Simpson / Matthew Blackmer [13]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia   Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin   Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat   Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev [14]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan   Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang   Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev   Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin [15]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain   Julianne Séguin / Charlie Bilodeau   Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin   Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev [16]
2015–16 Barcelona, Spain   Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot   Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař   Amina Atakhanova / Ilia Spiridonov [17]
2016–17 Marseille, France   Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev   Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař   Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii [18]
2017–18 Nagoya, Japan   Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor   Apollinariia Panfilova / Dmitry Rylov   Daria Pavliuchenko / Denis Khodykin [19]
2018–19 Vancouver, Canada   Anastasia Mishina / Aleksandr Galiamov   Polina Kostiukovich / Dmitrii Ialin   Apollinariia Panfilova / Dmitry Rylov [20]
2019–20 Turin. Italy
2020–21 Beijing. China

Bazarova and Larionov were later disqualified from the competition due to a positive doping sample from Larionov.

Ice dancingEdit

Ice dancing medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland   Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo   Oksana Potdykova / Denis Petukhov   Flavia Ottaviani / Massimo Scali
1998–99 Detroit, USA   Jamie Silverstein / Justin Pekarek   Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo   Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev
1999–00 Gdańsk, Poland   Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev   Emilie Nussear / Brandon Forsyth   Kristina Kobaladze / Oleg Voiko [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland   Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto   Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin   Miriam Steinel / Vladimir Tsvetkov [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia   Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev   Miriam Steinel / Vladimir Tsvetkov [3]
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands   Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin   Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev [4]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden   Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev   Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin [5]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland   Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin   Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir   Anna Cappellini / Matteo Zanni [6]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic   Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir   Meryl Davis / Charlie White   Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte [7]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria   Madison Hubbell / Keiffer Hubbell   Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates   Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev [8]
2007–08 Gdańsk, Poland   Maria Monko / Ilia Tkachenko   Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates   Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov [9]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea   Madison Chock / Greg Zuerlein   Madison Hubbell / Keiffer Hubbell   Ekaterina Riazanova / Jonathan Guerreiro [10]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan   Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin   Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov   Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani [11]
2010–11 Beijing, China   Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin   Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin   Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin [12]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada   Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin   Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov   Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin [13]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia   Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin   Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron   Alexandra Aldridge / Daniel Eaton [14]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan   Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov   Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker   Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter [15]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain   Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov   Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd   Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko [16]
2015–16 Barcelona, Spain   Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter   Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd   Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons [17]
2016–17 Marseille, France   Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons   Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd   Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter [18]
2017–18 Nagoya, Japan   Anastasia Skoptsova / Kirill Aleshin   Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko   Sofia Polishchuk / Alexander Vakhnov [19]
2018–19 Vancouver, Canada   Sofia Shevchenko / Igor Eremenko   Arina Ushakova / Maxim Nekrasov   Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva / Nikita Nazarov [20]
2019–20 Turin. Italy
2020–21 Beijing. China

Cumulative medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia354233110
2  United States22232570
3  Japan951226
4  China95519
5  Canada43411
6  Ukraine3014
7  France2103
8  Italy1236
9  Hungary1113
  South Korea1113
11  Australia1001
12  Czech Republic0202
13  Germany0123
14  Bulgaria0101
  Sweden0101
16  Belgium0011
Totals (16 nations)888888264

ReferencesEdit

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