2008 Merano Cup

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2008 Merano Cup
Type: Senior International
Date: 3 October – 5 October
Season: 2008-2009
Location: Merano, Italy
Host: Ice Club Merano
Venue: Meranarena
Champions
Men's singles:
Japan Yasuharu Nanri
Ladies' singles:
Italy Valentina Marchei
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The 2008 Merano Cup was the Merano Cup competition for the 2008-2009 figure skating season. It was the 11th edition of the Merano Cup to be held. The Merano Cup is an annual international figure skating competition held in Merano, Italy. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's and ladies singles on the levels of Senior, Junior, and Novice. There was no short program segment held in the novice competitions.

The 2009 Merano Cup was held between October 3 and October 5 in the Meranarena. It was organized by the Ice Club Merano and Italian Figure Skating Federation.

Senior-level results[edit]

Senior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Yasuharu Nanri  Japan 182.85 1 1
2 Paolo Bacchini  Italy 167.35 2 2
3 Konstantyn Tupikov  Poland 152.63 3 4
4 Pavel Kaška  Czech Republic 150.23 7 3
5 Peter Reitmayer  Slovakia 145.90 5 5
6 Gregor Urbas  Slovenia 145.81 4 8
7 Boris Martinec  Croatia 144.35 6 6
8 Zoltán Kelemen  Romania 135.81 10 7
9 Luka Čadež  Slovenia 132.60 9 9
10 Damjan Ostojič  Bosnia and Herzegovina 124.90 11 10
WD Manuel Koll  Austria 45.45 8
  • WD = Withdrawn

Senior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Valentina Marchei  Italy 128.75 1 1
2 Ivana Reitmayerová  Slovakia 112.46 2 5
3 Francesca Rio  Italy 111.23 3 3
4 Martina Bocek  Czech Republic 109.78 4 4
5 Ana Cecilia Cantu Felix  Mexico 101.85 11 2
6 Nicole Graf   Switzerland 89.77 9 7
7 Roxana Luca  Romania 89.40 5 9
8 Isabelle Pieman  Belgium 88.24 7 8
9 Tedora Postic  Slovenia 87.70 12 6
10 Loretta Hamui  Mexico 84.41 10 10
11 Myriam Leuenberger   Switzerland 83.03 6 11
12 Aurelia Buchs   Switzerland 76.17 13 12
13 Annika Niman  Finland 65.15 14 13
WD Denise Kogl  Austria 31.64 8
  • WD = Withdrawn

Junior-level results[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Boyito Mulder  Netherlands 110.62 2 2
2 Luca Demattè  Italy 106.83 3 1
3 Filippo Ambrosini  Italy 106.50 1 3

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Alice Garlisi  Italy 105.92 1 3
2 Alexandra Kunova  Slovakia 100.72 5 1
3 Romy Buhler   Switzerland 97.77 6 2
4 Patricija Glesic  Slovenia 96.07 4 4
5 Stefanie Pechlaner  Bulgaria 88.84 9 5
6 Noelia Rodriguez  Spain 88.27 7 6
7 Darya Zaychenko  Czech Republic 86.35 3 8
8 Deborah Sacchi  Italy 86.02 2 9
9 Nika Ceric  Slovenia 80.67 14 7
10 Elena Vanz  Italy 80.66 8 10
11 Valeria Felder   Switzerland 77.31 10 11
12 Judit Griga  Hungary 76.08 13 12
13 Michelle Couwenberg  Netherlands 75.59 12 13
14 Reyna Hamui  Mexico 74.11 11 15
15 Mila Morelissen  Netherlands 67.02 16 14
16 Mateja Bursic  Croatia 64.26 15 16
17 Andrea Hollerova  Czech Republic 57.24 17 17
WD Katja Gatilova  Austria
  • WD = Withdrawn

Novice-level results[edit]

Novice men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points FS
1 Francesc Palau  Spain 64.79 1
2 Kristof Forgo  Hungary 54.04 2

Novice ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points FS
1 Amelia Schwienbacher  Italy 62.70 1
2 Monika Simancikova  Slovakia 53.58 2
3 Naomi De Simone  Italy 49.67 3
4 Maria Jimenez  Spain 48.96 4
5 Adriana Hamui  Mexico 47.63 5
6 Dominika Murckova  Slovakia 47.08 6
7 Victoria Kovacs  Austria 47.00 7
8 Marjo Karhu  Finland 45.22 8
9 Cindy Candrian   Switzerland 44.26 9
10 Michaela Bohunova  Slovakia 43.99 10
11 Aislin Rosado  Mexico 41.94 11
12 Raquel Alvarez  Spain 41.58 12
13 Elena Mangas  Spain 40.85 13
14 Laura Van Der Linden  Netherlands 37.61 14
15 Theresa Stroblmair  Austria 33.50 15
16 Nicole Couwenberg  Netherlands 31.16 16

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