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The Triglav Trophy is an annual international figure skating competition held in the spring in Jesenice, Slovenia. The competition takes its name from the nearby mountain Triglav, the highest peak in Slovenia.

The Triglav Trophy is usually the last ISU-sanctioned international competition of the season. Medals may be awarded in men's and ladies' singles on the novice, junior, and senior levels. A pairs category has been included a few times.

Senior medalistsEdit

MenEdit

Senior men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2003   Gregor Urbas   Mikko Minkkinen   Yon Garcia [1]
2004   Gregor Urbas   Han Jong In no other competitors [2]
2005   Gregor Urbas   Juan Legaz no other competitors [3]
2006   Gregor Urbas   Jérémie Colot   Paolo Bacchini [4]
2007   Gregor Urbas   Luka Čadež   Nicolai Lonvig Siersted [5]
2008   Paolo Bacchini   Igor Macypura   Severin Kiefer [6]
2009   Alban Préaubert   Gregor Urbas   Abzal Rakimgaliev [7]
2010   Takahito Mura   Alexander Majorov   Chafik Besseghier [8]
2011   Tatsuki Machida   Daisuke Murakami   Abzal Rakimgaliev [9]
2012   Abzal Rakimgaliev   Viktor Pfeifer   Romain Ponsart [10]
2013   Artur Gachinski   Abzal Rakimgaliev   Daisuke Murakami [11]
2014   Michael Christian Martinez   Keiji Tanaka   Ryuju Hino [12]
2015   Michael Christian Martinez   Lee June-hyoung   Maurizio Zandron [13]
2016   Liam Firus   Maurizio Zandron   Charlie Parry-Evans [14]
2017   Alexander Petrov   Andrei Lazukin   Dario Betti [15]
2018   Alexander Borovoj   Alessandro Fadini   Manuel Drechsler [16]
2019   Andras Csernoch   Alexander Maszljanko   Diego Saldana [17]

LadiesEdit

Senior ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2003   Karen Venhuizen   Sanna Remes   Alenka Zidar [1]
2004   Kim Yong Suk   Giorgia Carrossa   Myriam Flühmann [2]
2005   Francesca Mongini   Laura Fernandez   Alenka Zidar [3]
2006   Erin Scherrer   Isabelle Pieman   Željka Krizmanić [4]
2007   Kaja Otovič no other competitors [5]
2008   Francesca Rio   Ivana Reitmayerová   Isabelle Pieman [6]
2009   Sarah Hecken   Na-Young Kim   Hyeon-Jeong Kim [7]
2010   Satsuki Muramoto   Joshi Helgesson   Miriam Ziegler [8]
2011   Akiko Suzuki   Kana Muramoto   Patricia Gleščič [9]
2012   Li Zijun   Kristina Zaseeva   Lénaëlle Gilleron-Gorry [10]
2013   Nikol Gosviani   Miyabi Oba   Polina Agafonova [11]
2014   Rika Hongo   Francesca Rio   Isabelle Olsson [12]
2015   Miyu Nakashio   Yura Matsuda   Ilaria Nogaro [13]
2016   Mariko Kihara   Ilaria Nogaro   Alessia Zardini [14]
2017   Brooklee Han   Jennifer Schmidt   Guia Maria Tagliapietra [15]
2018   Lucrezia Gennaro   Yoonmi Lehmann   Ceciliane Mei Ling Hartmann [16]
2019   Elettra Maria Olivotto   Romana Kaiser   Marusa Udrih [17]

Junior medalistsEdit

Junior menEdit

Junior men
Year Gold[18] Silver Bronze Details
1992   Jan Čejvan
1993   Makoto Okazaki
1994   Michael Hopfes
1995   Hristo Turlakov   Yohsuke Takeuchi   Takeshi Honda
1996   Emanuel Sandhu   Johann Sand'homme   Nicolas Beaudelin
1997   Justin Dillon   Eiji Iwamoto   Fedor Andreev [19]
1998   Ryan Bradley   Stanislav Timchenko   Jean-Michel Debay
1999   Eiji Iwamoto   Gregor Urbas   Marc-Olivier Bossé [20]
2000   Parker Pennington   Gregor Urbas   Jean Michel Debay [21]
2001   Gregor Urbas   Rohene Ward   Kevin Woytas [22]
2002   Evan Lysacek   Gregor Urbas   Benjamin Miller [23]
2003   Jordan Brauninger   Jason Wong   Vaughn Chipeur [1]
2004   Douglas Razzano   Ri Song Choil   Dylan Moscovitch [2]
2005   Adam Rippon   William Brewster   Luka Čadež [3]
2006   Brandon Mroz   Jamie Forsythe   Dave Ferland [4]
2007   Christopher Boyadji   Abzal Rakimgaliyev   Romain Ponsart [5]
2008   Javier Raya   Luca Demattè   Egin Ali Artan [6]
2009   Morgan Cipres   Romain Ponsart   Stephane Walker [7]
2010   Filippo Ambrosini   Anton Marberg   Sergey Balashov [8]
2011   Charles Tetar   Engin Ali Artan   Gaylord Lavoisier [9]
2012   Charles Tetar   Adrien Tesson   Charlie Parry-Evans [10]
2013   Alexander Petrov   Taichi Honda   Charlie Parry-Evans [11]
2014   Anton Kempf   Daniel Naurits   Marco Zandron [12]
2015   Byun Se-jong   Hugh Brabyn Jones   Andras Csernoch [13]
2016   Emmanuel Savary   Josh Brown   Ruaridh Fisher [14]
2017   Ruaridh Fisher   Samuel McAllister no other competitors [15]
2018: No men competition held
2019   François Pitot   Valentin Eisenbauer   Naoki Ma [17]

Junior ladiesEdit

Junior ladies
Year Gold[18] Silver Bronze Details
1992   Ana Ivančič   Petra Klesnik
1993   Hanae Yokoya
1994   Masayo Oishi
1995   Fanny Cagnard   Aiko Suvama   Ludvine Kusior
1996   Gwenaëlle Jullien   Veronika Dytrt   Masayo Oishi
1997   Kumiko Taneda   Utako Wakamatsu   Stefanie Partridge [19]
1998   Elina Kettunen   Irina Nikolaeva   Andrea Diewald
1999   Elina Kettunen   Akiko Suzuki   Utako Wakamatsu [20]
2000   Kathryn Orscher   Colette Irving   Idora Hegel [21]
2001   Alissa Czisny   Kelsey Drewel   Miyoko Ohtake [22]
2002   Signe Ronka   Yebin Mok   Jennifer Don [23]
2003   Lilia Biktagirova   Myriam Flühmann   Jane Bugaeva [1]
2004   Danielle Shepard   Katarina Gerboldt   Amanda Nylander [2]
2005   Katrina Hacker   Katarina Gerboldt   Megan Hyatt [3]
2006   Ashley Wagner   Kathryn Kang   Charlotte Gendreau [4]
2007   Graziella Trevise   Karina Sinding Johnson   Birce Atabey [5]
2008   Victoria Hecht   Alexandra Kunova   Nika Ceric [6]
2009   Rebecka Emanuelsson   Amelia Schwienbacher   Daša Grm [7]
2010   Sıla Saygı   Camilla Gjersem   Celine Mysen [8]
2011   Laurine Lecavelier   Agnese Garlisi   Martina Zola [9]
2012   Bahia Taleb   Anneli Kawelke   Lauriane Cirilli [10]
2013   Elena Radionova   Yura Matsuda   Krista Pitkäniemi [11]
2014   Elizabet Tursynbayeva   Lim Ah-Hyun   Alissa Scheidt [12]
2015   Choi Da-bin   Giulia Foresti   Martina Manzo [13]
2016   Tina Helleken   Sara Conti   Alice Yang [14]
2017   Elizaveta Nugumanova   Sofia Samodurova   Paula Mikolajczyk [15]
2018   Olga Mikutina   Lara Naki Gutmann   Júlia Láng [16]
2019   Stefanie Pesendorfer   Federica Grandesso   Serena Joy Roblin [17]

Junior pairsEdit

Junior pairs
Year Gold[18] Silver Bronze Details
1999   Catherine Hue / Roland Vivien [20]
2000   Sima Ganaba / Amir Ganaba   Kristen Roth / Michael McPherson   Alicia Heelan / Eric Leser [21]
2001   Jaqueline Jimenez / Themistocles Leftheris   Britanny Vise / Nicholas Kole   Lucie Stadelman / Yannick Bonheur [22]
2002   Anastasia Kuzmina / Stanislav Evdokimov   Amy Howerton / Steven Pottenger   Christie Baca / Scott Smith [23]
2003   Arina Ushakova / Alexander Popov   Michelle Cronin / Brian Shales   Amy Howerton / Steven Pottenger [1]
2004   Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker   Michelle Gorczyca / Robert Luciani   Lindsey Seitz / Andy Seitz [2]
2005   Claire Davis / Nathan Miller   Bianca Butler / Joseph Jacobsen   Becky Cosford / Chris Richardson [3]
2006–2019: No pairs competition held

Advanced novice medalistsEdit

Novice menEdit

Advanced novice men
Year Gold[18] Silver Bronze Details
1992   Janez Špoljar
1993   Yosuke Takeuchi
1994   Takeshi Honda
1995   Baptiste Porquet
1996   Fedor Andreev   Michael Ganser   Soshi Tanaka
1997   Stéphane Lambiel   Andrei Saburov   Suguru Namioka [19]
1998   Parker Pennington   Johnny Weir   Stéphane Lambiel
1999   Daisuke Takahashi   Keegan Murphy   Kazumi Kishimoto [20]
2000   Jamal Othman   Traighe Rouse   Adam Aronowitz [21]
2001   Traighe Rouse   Moris Pfeihofer   Marco Fabbri [22]
2002   Kevin Reynolds   Moris Pfeihofer   Matt McEwan [23]
2003   Kevin Reynolds   Manuel Legaz   Kim Lucine [1]
2004   Daisuke Murakami   Jeremy Ten   Jason Thompson [2]
2005   Eliot Halverson   Alexandr Briancon   Christopher Boyadji [3]
2006   Scott Dyer   Alexandre Briancon   Romain Ponsart [4]
2007   Gaylord Lavoisier   Egin Ali Artan   Matic Hrovat [5]
2008   Osman Akgun   Berk Akalin   Salih Bahadir Aydin [6]
2009   Lee Dong-won   Victor Bustamante   Sergey Balashov [7]
2010   Shu Nakamura   Peter James Hallam   Victor Bustamante [8]
2011   Taichi Honda   Adrien Tesson   Nicola Todeschini [9]
2012   Sota Yamamoto   Matteo Rizzo   Hector Alonso [10]
2013   Sota Yamamoto   James Thompson   Efe Gorkmen [11]
2014   Arthur Ribes   Matej Gregorc   Máté Böröcz [12]
2015   Yuto Kishina   Guido Offsas   Nika Egadze [13]
2016   Tatsuya Tsuboi   Peter Liu   Tim England [14]
2017   Emanuele Indelicato   Joseph Zakipour   Luka Logar [15]
2018   David Sedej   Demir Ozdemir No other contestants [16]
2019   Mozes Berei   Miguel Martos No other contestants [17]

Novice ladiesEdit

Advanced novice ladies
Year Gold[18] Silver Bronze Details
1992   Tamara Pajnkret
1993   Aiko Suyama
1994   Shizuka Arakawa   Chloe Isurugi
1995   Manami Kitamura
1996   Eva-Maria Fitze   Irina Nikolaeva   Nina Sackerer
1997   Lisa Nesuda   Arisa Yamazaki   Veronica Diewald [19]
1998   Arisa Yamazaki   Kaori Ikeda   Kimena Brog-Meier
1999   Yukari Nakano   Alesha Checkley   Samantha Shirreff [20]
2000   Beatrisa Liang   Louann Donovan   Kimena Brog-Meier [21]
2001   Adriana Desanctis   Cynthia Phaneuf   Shanell Noji [22]
2002   Yuna Kim   Danielle Kahle   Katherine Hadford [23]
2003   Jessica Houston   Katy Taylor   Kimmie Meissner [1]
2004   Amanda Valentine   Cara Kinney   Megan Oster [2]
2005   Rachael Flatt   Marcella De Trovato   Anastasia Gavrilenko [3]
2006   Karel Di Bartolo   Julie Cagnon   Cecylia Witkowski [4]
2007   Maé Bérénice Méité   Patricija Gleščič   Monia Aleksic [5]
2008   Yun Yea-ji   Kendall Wyckoff   Silvia Lovison [6]
2009   Dominika Murcková   Sıla Saygı   Julija Bertinato [7]
2010   Kim Hae-jin   Satoko Miyahara   Riona Kato [8]
2011   Hinano Isobe   Satoko Miyahara   Yasmine Yamada [9]
2012   Elena Radionova   Nadjma Mahamoud   Yuka Nagai [10]
2013   Marin Honda   Kaori Sakamoto   Viveca Lindfors [11]
2014   An So-hyun   Charlotte Vandersarren   Sophie Hanke [12]
2015   An So-hyun   Momoka Sumi   Lucrezia Gennaro [13]
2016   Rika Kihira   Holly Harris   Hana Kosić [14]
2017   Júlia Láng   Dora Nagy   Zoe Gal [15]
2018   Seoyeon Ji   Federica Grandesso   Chaebin Hwang [16]
2019   Janni Riekkinen   Nina Pinzarrone   Anna Bodrone [17]

Novice pairsEdit

Novice pairs
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1999   Melissa Mazzon / Mark Leslie [20][18]
2000–2019: No pairs competition held

ReferencesEdit

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