2003 Nebelhorn Trophy

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2003 Nebelhorn Trophy
Type: Senior International
Date: September 3 – September 6
Season: 2003–2004
Location: Germany Oberstdorf
Venue: Bundesleistungszentrum Oberstdorf
Champions
Men's singles:
Canada Nicholas Young
Ladies' singles:
United States Jennifer Don
Pair skating:
Canada Utako Wakamatsu & Jean-Sébastien Fecteau
Ice dancing:
RussiaSvetlana Kulikova & Vitali Novikov
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The 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy was the Nebelhorn Trophy of the 2003–2004 figure skating season. The Nebelhorn Trophy is an international senior-level figure skating competition organized by the Deutsche Eislauf-Union and held annually in Oberstdorf, Germany. The competition is named after the Nebelhorn, a nearby mountain.

It was one of the first international senior competitions of the season. Skaters were entered by their respective national federations, rather than receiving individual invitations as in the Grand Prix of Figure Skating, and competed in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies singles, pairs, and ice dancing. The Fritz-Geiger-Memorial Trophy was presented to the country with the highest placements across all disciplines.

The 2003 Nebelhorn Trophy took place between September 3 and 6, 2003 in the Bundesleistungszentrum Oberstdorf.

This was the first international competition to use the ISU Judging System.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Nicholas Young  Canada 183.13 1 2
2 Scott Smith  United States 181.40 2 1
3 Nicholas LaRoche  United States 172.14 3 3
4 Alexei Vasilevsky  Russia 161.52 4 4
5 Filip Stiller  Sweden 155.77 6 5
6 Trifun Zivanovic  Serbia and Montenegro 151.68 8 6
7 Vincent Restencourt  France 151.07 5 7
8 Noriyuki Kanzaki  Japan 138.29 12 8
9 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari  Finland 138.17 9 9
10 Gregor Urbas  Slovenia 136.19 7 12
11 Martin Liebers  Germany 128.03 15 10
12 Maciej Kuś  Poland 127.71 11 13
13 Frederik Pauls  Germany 126.52 10 14
14 Kristoffer Berntsson  Sweden 126.48 14 11
15 Mikko Minkkinen  Finland 119.04 13 16
16 Aidas Reklys  Lithuania 110.00 17 15
WD Clemens Brummer  Germany 16

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Jennifer Don  United States 143.07 1 1
2 Lesley Hawker  Canada 131.46 2 2
3 Olga Naidenova  Russia 119.54 9 3
4 Miia Marttinen  Finland 119.43 4 6
5 Daria Timoshenko  Azerbaijan 118.62 5 7
6 Denise Zimmermann  Germany 118.35 6 4
7 Amber Corwin  United States 117.87 3 8
8 Sara Falotico  Belgium 113.64 12 5
9 Katharina Häcker  Germany 109.92 7 9
10 Kristin Wieczorek  Germany 101.79 10 10
11 Caroline Gülke  Germany 96.46 8 11
12 Constance Kemmner  Germany 86.58 13 13
13 Shirene Human  South Africa 85.03 11 15
14 Irina Lukianenko  Ukraine 84.38 15 12
15 Alenka Zidar  Slovenia 83.77 14 14
WD Idora Hegel  Croatia

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Utako Wakamatsu / Jean-Sébastien Fecteau  Canada 150.24 1 1
2 Pascale Bergeron / Robert Davison  Canada 132.98 3 2
3 Laura Handy / Jeremy Allen  United States 130.33 2 3
4 Larisa Spielberg / Craig Joeright  United States 125.26 5 4
5 Nicole Nönnig / Matthias Bleyer  Germany 119.78 6 5
6 Mikkeline Kierkgaard / Norman Jeschke  Germany 118.00 4 6
7 Anastasia Kuzmina / Stanislav Evdokimov  Russia 112.72 7 7
8 Milica Brozovic / Vladimir Futas  Slovakia 102.54 8 8
WD Eva-Maria Fitze / Rico Rex  Germany 9

Ice Dancing[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points CD OD FD
1 Svetlana Kulikova / Vitali Novikov  Russia 158.88 5 1 1
2 Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski  Russia 154.58 2 4 2
3 Christie Moxley / Alexander Kirsanov  United States 153.63 3 3 6
4 Sinead Kerr / John Kerr  United Kingdom 153.38 7 2 3
5 Alexandra Kauc / Michał Zych  Poland 153.03 1 7 4
6 Lydia Manon / Ryan O'Mara  United States 150.72 4 5 5
7 Tara Doherty / Tyler Myles  Canada 138.80 10 8 7
8 Judith Longpre / Shae Zukiwski  Canada 134.26 6 6 8
9 Maria Binxzyk / Michał Tomaszewski  Poland 116.16 9 9 10
10 Agnieszka Dulej / Slawonir Janicki  Poland 110.65 8 10 11
11 Natalie Buck / Trent Nelson-Bond  Australia 106.83 11 11 19
WD Anastasia Grebenkina / Vazgen Azrojan  Armenia

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