2001 Nordic Figure Skating Championships

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2001 Nordic Figure Skating Championships
Type: Multi-level International
Date: February 9 – February 11
Season: 2000–2001
Location: Denmark Odense
Champions
Men's singles:
Finland Edvard Pyöriäinen
Ladies' singles:
Denmark Mikkeline Kierkgaard
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The 2001 Nordic Figure Skating Championships were the Nordic Figure Skating Championships of the 2000–2001 season. The competition was open to elite figure skaters from Nordic Countries. Skaters competed in two disciplines, ladies singles and men's singles, across two levels: senior (Olympic-level) and junior.

The 2001 Nordics were held in Odense, Denmark from February 9th through 11th, 2001.

Results[edit]

Senior Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Edvard Pyöriäinen  Finland
2 Joni Juvonen  Finland
3 Mikael Olofsson  Sweden
4 Peter Bækgaard Kjær  Denmark

Senior Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Mikkeline Kierkgaard  Denmark
2 Taru Karvosenoja  Finland
3 Klara Bramfeldt  Sweden
4 Sara Axelsson  Sweden
5 Tytti Tervonen  Finland
6 Kaja Hanevold  Norway
7 Marjut Turunen  Finland
8 Kati Simola  Finland
9 Rikke Kjer Petersen  Denmark
10 Annette Hoff  Norway
11 Sarah Nymand  Denmark
12 Linn Rønning  Norway
13 Maria-Louise Deistler  Denmark

Junior Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Filip Stiller  Sweden
2 Mikko Minkkinen  Finland
3 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari  Finland
4 Niklas Hogner  Sweden
5 Visa Tuominen  Finland
6 Antti Aalto  Finland
7 Duran O'Hara Lindblom  Sweden
8 Martin Johanssonm  Sweden
9 Michael Felding  Denmark

Junior Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation
1 Sari Hakola  Finland
2 Mari Hirvonen  Finland
3 Johanna Götesson  Sweden
4 Pauline Espegren  Sweden
5 Linda Arvela  Finland
6 Jessica Söderlind  Sweden
7 Ylva Hellstadius  Sweden
8 Karoliina Kokko  Finland
9 Irina Babenko  Denmark
10 Frida Ahlander  Sweden
11 Christina Lykke Kristensen  Denmark
12 Christina Sørensen  Denmark
13 Madeleine Daleng  Norway
14 Mia Falk-Larssen  Norway
15 Marianne Fjørtoft  Norway
16 Helle Greenaa Larsen  Denmark
17 Sigurlaug Árnadóttir  Iceland
18 Henni Lahtiranta  Finland
19 Rikke Sinding  Denmark
20 Anna Pouchkova  Norway

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