1990 United States Figure Skating Championships

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1990 United States Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Season: 1989–1990
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Champions
Men's singles:
Todd Eldredge
Ladies' singles:
Jill Trenary
Pair skating:
Kristi Yamaguchi / Rudy Galindo
Ice dancing:
Susan Wynne / Joseph Druar
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The 1990 United States Figure Skating Championships was an event organized by U.S. Figure Skating to determine the U.S. national champions and the U.S. teams for the 1990 World Championships. Medals were awarded in four colors: gold (first), silver (second), bronze (third), and pewter (fourth) in four disciplines – men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing – across three levels: senior, junior, and novice. The 1990 Championships took place in Salt Lake City, Utah.

One of the figure-skating pairs, Natasha Kuchiki and Todd Sand, finished in the top three, technically qualifying for the world championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia.[1] They were unable to compete, however, because Kuchiki was only 12, and the rules required her to have turned 14 the July before the championships commence.[2] Sand was 26 years old at the time.[3]

Senior-level results[edit]

Men[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Todd Eldredge
2 Paul Wylie
3 Mark Mitchell
4 Erik Larson
5 Daniel Doran
6 Craig Heath
7 Shepherd Clark
8 Doug Mattis

Ladies[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Jill Trenary
2 Kristi Yamaguchi
3 Holly Cook
4 Nancy Kerrigan
5 Jeri Campbell
6 Tonia Kwiatkowski
7 Tonya Harding
8 Dena Galech

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name
1 Kristi Yamaguchi / Rudy Galindo
2 Natasha Kuchiki / Todd Sand
3 Sharon Carz / Doug Williams
4 Calla Urbanski / Mark Naylor
5 Angela Deneweth / John Denton
6 Elaine Azanakis / Joel McKeever
7 Maria Lako / Rocky Marval
8 Paula Visingardi / Jason Dungjen
9 Karen Courtland / David Goodman
10 Jennifer Heurlin / John Frederiksen
11 Dawn Goldstein / Troy Goldstein
12 Vanessa Moore / Todd Reynolds
13 Ann-Marie Wells / Brian Wells

Ice dancing[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Susan Wynne / Joseph Druar
2 April Sargent / Russ Witherby
3 Suzanne Semanick / Ron Kravette
4 Jeanne Miley / Michael Verlich
5 Elizabeth Punsalan / Jerod Swallow
6 Beth McLean / Ari Leib
7 Lisa Grove / Scott Myers
8 Amy Webster / Leif Erickson

Junior-level results[edit]

Men[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Scott Davis
2 Michael Chack
3 John Baldwin, Jr.
4 Steven Smith
5 Gig Siruno
6 Philip Dulebohn
7 Richard Alexander
8 Dan Hollander

Ladies[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Alice Sue Claeys
2 Geremi Weiss
3 Dana MacDonald
4 Nicole Bobek

Pairs[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Tristan Vega / Richard Alexander
2 Susan Ann Purdy / Scott Chiamulera
3 Aimee Offner / Brian Helgenberg
4 Kara Paxton / Brad Cox

Ice dancing[edit]

(incomplete standings)

Rank Name
1 Beth Buhl / Neale Smull
2
3
4 Cheryl Demkowski / Jeff Czarnecki

Novice-level results[edit]

Men[edit]

Ladies[edit]

Pairs[edit]

Ice dancing[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The New York Times. February 11, 1990. Robert McG Thomas, Jr. “Oh to be age 14.”
  2. ^ The New York Times. February 11, 1990. Robert McG Thomas, Jr. “Oh to be age 14.”
  3. ^ The New York Times. February 11, 1990. Robert McG Thomas, Jr. “Oh to be age 14.”