2009 International Challenge Cup

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2009 International Challenge Cup
Type: Multi-level international
Date: March 4 – March 8
Season: 2008-2009
Location: The Hague
Venue: De Uithof
Champions
Men's singles:
Italy Samuel Contesti
Ladies' singles:
Sweden Viktoria Helgesson
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The 2009 International Challenge Cup (also called the AEGON Challenge Cup after its title sponsor) was the International Challenge Cup figure skating competition for the 2008–2009 figure skating season.

It was held between March 4 and 8, 2009 in De Uithof in The Hague, Netherlands. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, and pair skating, across the levels of Senior, Junior, Novice, and the pre-Novice discipline called "Debs".

Senior-level results[edit]

Senior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Samuel Contesti  Italy 222.69 1 1
2 Kevin Vander Perren  Belgium 210.46 2 2
3 Jamal Othman   Switzerland 191.71 4 3
4 Yannick Ponsero  France 190.93 3 4
5 Peter Liebers  Germany 175.27 9 5
6 Maciej Cieplucha  Poland 162.68 12 6
7 Andrey Gryazev  Russia 162.02 7 7
8 Elliot Hilton  United Kingdom 157.24 8 9
9 Konstantyn Tupikov  Poland 155.93 11 8
10 Moris Pfeifhofer   Switzerland 152.46 6 11
11 Philipp Tischendorf  Germany 151.45 13 10
12 Fabio Mascarello  Italy 145.72 5 13
13 Severin Kiefer  Austria 141.37 15 12
14 Laurent Alvarez   Switzerland 134.51 14 14
15 Manuel Koll  Austria 126.64 16 15
16 Justus Strid  Denmark 124.72 10 16
WD Ruben Blommaert  Belgium
WD Brian Joubert  France
WD Stefan Lindemann  Germany
WD Kristoffer Berntsson  Sweden

Senior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Viktoria Helgesson  Sweden 148.81 1 1
2 Joshi Helgesson  Sweden 133.54 2 4
3 Constanze Paulinus  Germany 132.47 5 2
4 Jenna McCorkell  United Kingdom 127.09 6 3
5 Candice Didier  France 125.89 3 6
6 Laney Diggs  United States 122.64 4 7
7 Kerstin Frank  Austria 121.05 9 5
8 Angelica Olsson  Sweden 115.11 8 10
9 Roxana Luca  Romania 111.72 10 9
10 Manouk Gijsman  Netherlands 110.18 14 8
11 Viviane Käser   Switzerland 104.95 7 13
12 Caroline Gülke  Germany 104.28 13 11
13 Aurélia Buchs   Switzerland 101.63 12 12
14 Belinda Schönberger  Austria 97.45 11 14
15 Henriika Hietaniemi  Finland 90.98 15 15
16 Maria Lykke Kristensen  Denmark 87.37 17 16
17 Jacqueline Voll  Netherlands 76.41 18 17
WD Isabelle Pieman  Belgium
WD Bianka Padar  Hungary
WD Noémie Silberer   Switzerland

Junior-level results[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Daisuke Murakami  Japan 178.46 1 2
2 Joshua Farris  United States 161.33 6 1
3 Jorik Hendrickx  Belgium 157.46 2 4
4 Stéphane Walker   Switzerland 149.98 3 3
5 Saverio Giacomelli  Italy 146.32 5 5
6 Paul Fentz  Germany 132.22 4 6
7 Matthias Versluis  Finland 127.29 7 7
8 Jelle Butzen  Belgium 115.77 9 8
9 Markus Ramisch  Germany 104.53 10 11
10 Filippo Ambrosini  Italy 103.34 8 13
11 Joos Kündig   Switzerland 103.29 13 9
12 Maximilian Obsieger  Austria 101.60 12 12
13 Florian Gostelie  Netherlands 96.94 16 10
14 Boyito Mulder  Netherlands 96.06 11 15
15 Simon Bergersen  Norway 95.20 14 14
16 Kim Nilsen  Norway 89.51 15 17
17 Jesper Holkjær  Denmark 84.87 17 16
WD Julian Lagus  Finland

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Kanako Murakami  Japan 136.14 1 1
2 Ellie Kawamura  United States 129.51 2 3
3 Isabelle Olsson  Sweden 124.39 6 2
4 Deedee Leng  United States 115.93 3 4
5 Alice Garlisi  Italy 110.37 4 6
6 Carlotta Ortenzi  Italy 107.06 8 5
7 Malin Magnusson-Ruf  Sweden 103.11 5 8
8 Victoria Hübler  Austria 100.24 7 9
9 Anita Anderberg Madsen  Denmark 97.45 11 7
10 Cecilia Törn  Finland 92.84 14 11
11 Manon Van Huijgevoort  Netherlands 92.52 15 10
12 Céline Mysen  Norway 91.61 12 12
13 Alessandra Laurencik  Austria 89.51 10 16
14 Michelle Couwenberg  Netherlands 86.75 13 17
15 Kaat Van Daele  Belgium 86.59 16 14
16 Josephine Klinger  Germany 85.38 18 13
17 Ines Karvinen  Finland 83.87 9 20
18 Marta Olczak  Poland 79.72 17 18
19 Signe Svane Magnussen  Denmark 78.30 22 15
20 Kim Bell  Netherlands 77.24 20 19
21 Paulina Turkowska  Poland 72.64 19 22
22 Martina Pfirter   Switzerland 72.27 21 21
WD Ira Vannut  Belgium

Novice-level results[edit]

Novice men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Sei Kawahara  Japan 116.52 1 1
2 Carlo Röthlisberger   Switzerland 95.24 3 2
3 Sergey Balashov   Switzerland 91.81 2 3
4 Giorgio Settembrini  Italy 89.10 4 4
5 Giorgio Savoldi  Italy 82.57 5 5
WD Thomas Kennes  Netherlands

Novice ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Mao Watanabe  Japan 111.89 3 1
2 Camilla Gjersem  Norway 103.64 2 3
3 Ayaka Osamura  Japan 102.26 4 2
4 Sabrina Schulz  Austria 101.84 1 4
5 Jennifer Seyffer   Switzerland 94.41 5 5
6 Veera Suutari  Finland 92.20 6 7
7 Anaïs Claes  Belgium 89.82 9 6
8 Tina Stürzinger   Switzerland 89.39 11 8
9 Sara Angelsiöö  Sweden 86.18 12 10
10 Nea Viiri  Finland 84.65 8 12
11 Caterina Andermarcher  Italy 84.36 15 9
12 Daria Podtelejnikova  Denmark 82.21 14 11
13 Kathrine Østby  Norway 81.13 13 13
14 Marta Kubiak  Poland 78.98 10 16
15 Pauline Blåder  Sweden 78.12 16 14
16 Niki Wories  Netherlands 76.26 17 15
17 Laura Van Der Linden  Netherlands 72.62 19 17
18 Monique Maas  Belgium 72.18 18 18
19 Francesca Piccineli  Italy 70.93 7 21
20 Karolin Salatzki  Germany 67.58 20 20
21 Crissy De Hondt  Netherlands 67.18 21 19
WD Jenny Lin  Austria

Novice pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Magdalena Klatka / Radosław Chruscinski  Poland 84.17 1 1
2 Karolin Salatzki / Nolan Seegert  Germany 75.71 2 2
3 Rachel Epstein / Dmitry Epstein  Netherlands 68.83 3 3

Debs-level results[edit]

Debs men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Shoma Uno  Japan 99.76 1 1
2 Carlo Vittorio Palermo  Italy 79.27 2 3
3 Mandus Thorman  Sweden 78.70 3 2
WD Manuel Drechsler  Austria
WD Alberto Vanz  Italy

Debs ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Laura Ponzio  Netherlands 96.94 1 1
2 Alisson Perticheto   Switzerland 92.45 3 2
3 Andrina Sigron   Switzerland 87.22 4 3
4 Anne-Sophie Goossens  Netherlands 85.54 8 4
5 Isabella Schuster  Austria 84.64 6 5
6 Anna Pevtsova  Russia 81.75 2 7
7 Yuka Sakoyama  Japan 80.25 5 8
8 Janne Van Den Biggelaar  Netherlands 77.81 10 9
9 Pernille Sørensen  Denmark 76.25 14 6
10 Jasmine Tessari  Italy 76.17 7 12
11 Chantal Maas  Belgium 75.31 11 10
12 Kristinna Vagtborg Jensen  Denmark 74.43 9 13
13 Maria Nguyen  Denmark 73.29 12 11
14 Lieselotte Swerts  Belgium 65.76 13 14
15 Arina Klinovitskaja  Finland 62.45 15 15
WD Victoria Kovacs  Austria

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