2008 Coupe Internationale de Nice

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2008 Coupe Internationale de Nice
Type: Senior International
Date: October 15 – October 19
Season: 2008-2009
Location: Nice
Champions
Men's singles:
France Yannick Ponsero
Ladies' singles:
Germany Constanze Paulinus
Pair skating:
Russia Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Smirnov
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The 2008 Coupe Internationale de Nice (English: 2008 International Cup of Nice) was the Coupe Internationale de Nice competition for the 2008–2009 figure skating season. It was the 13th edition of the Coupe Internationale de Nice to be held. The Coupe Internationale de Nice is an annual senior-level international figure skating competition held in Nice, France. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, and pair skating on the levels of Senior, Junior, and Novice.

The 2008 Coupe Internationale de Nice was held October 15 and October 19, 2008.

Senior-level results[edit]

Senior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Yannick Ponsero  France 222.34 2 1
2 Alban Préaubert  France 190.71 1 5
3 Igor Macypura  Slovakia 187.71 3 2
4 Konstantin Menshov  Russia 185.58 4 3
5 Peter Liebers  Germany 180.86 5 4
6 Aleksandr Kazakov  Belarus 161.22 10 6
7 Jonathan Cassar  United States 160.77 9 7
8 Yoann Deslot  France 156.84 7 9
9 Jamal Othman   Switzerland 153.99 11 8
10 Clemens Brummer  Germany 147.31 6 10
11 Michael Solonoski  United States 142.55 8 11
12 Paolo Bacchini  Italy 134.73 13 12
13 Justus Strid  Denmark 131.75 12 13
14 Thomas Paulson  United Kingdom 120.71 14 14
15 Robert McNamara  Australia 96.66 15 16
16 Jesper Kristiansen  Denmark 93.36 16 15
WD Ostojic Damjan  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • WD = Withdrawn

Senior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Constanze Paulinus  Germany 131.08 3 1
2 Alena Leonova  Russia 127.41 4 2
3 Stefania Berton  Italy 125.80 2 4
4 Candice Didier  France 124.01 1 6
5 Sonia Lafuente  Spain 119.13 9 3
6 Linnea Mellgren  Sweden 115.79 6 5
7 Abigail Legg  United States 112.06 7 8
8 Viviane Käser   Switzerland 108.87 8 10
9 Maria Taljegard  Sweden 108.56 12 7
10 Martina Bocek  Czech Republic 106.19 15 9
11 Gwendoline Didier  France 104.54 5 11
12 Amy Nunn  United States 95.66 14 12
13 Kerstin Frank  Austria 92.27 11 15
14 Sonia Radeva  Bulgaria 90.76 10 17
15 Henriikka Hietaniemi  Finland 90.73 19 13
16 Maria Lykke Kristensen  Denmark 87.83 18 14
17 Viktória Pavuk  Hungary 86.54 13 18
18 Helena Stenbacka  Finland 83.38 20 16
19 Mérovée Ephrem  Monaco 83.04 17 19
20 Charlotte Gendreau  France 82.61 16 20
21 Christina Grill  Austria 73.76 23 21
22 Kirsten Verbist  Belgium 67.69 21 22
WD Bettina Heim   Switzerland
  • WD = Withdrawn

Senior pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Smirnov  Russia 154.40 2 1
2 Chloé Katz / Joseph Lynch  United States 151.24 1 2
3 Adeline Canac / Maximin Coia  France 140.08 3 3
4 Marika Zanforlin / Federico Degli Esposti  Italy 106.79 7 4
5 Ekaterina Sokolova / Fedor Sokolov  Israel 103.52 6 5
6 Jessica Crenshaw / Chad Tsagris  Greece 103.17 4 6
7 Mélodie Chataigner / Medhi Bouzzine  France 100.24 5 7
8 Marina Aganina / Dmitry Zobnin  Uzbekistan 75.50 8 8

Junior-level results[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Mark Vaillant  France 156.30 3 1
2 Javier Raya  Spain 141.54 2 2
3 Chafik Besseghier  France 139.47 1 4
4 Jakub Strobl  Slovakia 129.85 5 3
5 Sebastian Iwasaki  Poland 127.15 4 5
6 Ilya Gurylev  Russia 111.65 6 6
7 Alexandre Camacho  France 108.80 7 7
8 Timothy Leemann   Switzerland 108.07 8 8
9 Jelle Butzen  Belgium 98.34 9 9

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Sandra Sitbon  France 117.65 1 1
2 Malin Taljegard  Sweden 108.59 6 2
3 Maria Artemieva  Russia 103.03 2 8
4 Amélie Pierre  Belgium 101.05 4 5
5 Julie Cagnon  France 100.91 8 3
6 Coralie Grognet  France 100.68 3 6
7 Laurie Lougsami  Belgium 94.51 7 9
8 Reetta Romppanen  Finland 94.35 9 7
9 Alexandra Kunova  Slovakia 93.76 19 4
10 Ariana Tarrado  Andorra 90.16 11 11
11 Sofia Curci  Italy 89.52 13 10
12 Alice Velati  Italy 88.94 5 17
13 Virginie Clerc   Switzerland 88.50 14 12
14 Stefanie Pechnaler  Bulgaria 88.03 15 13
15 Deborah Pisa   Switzerland 86.96 12 14
16 Stina Keränen  Finland 83.86 17 15
17 Natascha Zangl  Austria 80.22 10 21
18 Ann-Julie Arnesen  Norway 79.27 18 18
19 Darya Zaychenko  Czech Republic 79.07 20 19
20 Patricia Ortiz  Spain 76.92 16 22
21 Paulina Turkowska  Poland 76.83 26 16
22 Anna Hofmann  Austria 76.51 22 20
23 Daisy Nevalainen  Finland 73.87 21 23
24 Beatrice Rozinskaite  Lithuania 72.92 23 24
25 Laura Lipp  Germany 65.57 24 25
26 June Falck-Larssen  Norway 63.73 25 26
27 Yvonne Moriel  Austria 54.61 28 27
28 Oksana Dolgopolova  Ukraine 53.63 27 28

Novice-level results[edit]

Novice men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Charles Tetar  France 113.96 3 1
2 Grégoire Appelhans  France 103.74 1 3
3 Yaroslav Paniot  Ukraine 102.90 2 2
4 Alexander Kucher  Ukraine 90.40 4 4
WD Markus Ramisch  Germany
  • WD = Withdrawn

Novice ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Elizaveta Tuktamysheva  Russia 127.15 1 1
2 Josefine Taljegard  Sweden 114.45 2 3
3 Léna Marrocco  France 108.72 3 2
4 Ira Vannut  Belgium 99.70 4 5
5 Maria Stavitskaia  Russia 99.22 7 4
6 Alina Fjodorova  Latvia 91.11 6 6
7 Camille Arcidiago  France 86.98 8 9
8 Dominika Murckova  Slovakia 85.06 9 10
9 Veronika Palickova  Czech Republic 84.59 10 7
10 Rimgaile Meskaite  Lithuania 84.42 5 12
11 Celia Robledo  Spain 82.92 11 8
12 Monique Maas  Belgium 76.98 13 11
13 Signe Krogh Jorgensen  Denmark 69.20 12 13
14 Dariya Burtseva  Ukraine 65.93 14 14
15 Natalia Potrokova  Slovakia 62.63 15 15
16 Yauthenia Kavaleva  Belarus 47.26 16 16
17 Vialeta Shostak  Belarus 34.11 17 17
WD Yrétha Silete  France
  • WD = Withdrawn

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