2012 Nebelhorn Trophy

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2012 Nebelhorn Trophy
Type: Senior International
Date: September 27 – September 29
Season: 2012–2013
Location: Oberstdorf, Germany
Venue: Eislaufzentrum Oberstdorf
Champions
Men's singles:
Japan Nobunari Oda
Ladies' singles:
Canada Kaetlyn Osmond
Pair skating:
Russia Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov
Ice dancing:
United States Madison Chock / Evan Bates
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The 2012 Nebelhorn Trophy was an international figure skating competition in the 2012–2013 season. It was held from September 27–29, 2012 in the Eislaufzentrum Oberstdorf.[1][2]

The event is held annually in Oberstdorf, Germany and is named after the Nebelhorn, a nearby mountain. It is one of the first international senior competitions of the season. Skaters are entered by their respective national federations and compete in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dancing. The Fritz-Geiger-Memorial Trophy is presented to the team with the highest placements across all disciplines.

Entries[edit]

Country Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
 Australia Mark Webster Brooklee Han
 Austria Kerstin Frank Kira Geil / Tobias Eisenbauer
 Azerbaijan Julia Zlobina / Alexei Sitnikov
 Belarus Vitali Luchanok
 Belgium Jorik Hendrickx
 Brazil Kevin Alves
Luiz Manella
Isadora Williams
 Canada Elladj Balde
Andrei Rogozine
Kaetlyn Osmond Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam
Kharis Ralph / Asher Hill
 Czech Republic Michal Březina
Tomáš Verner
Eliška Březinová Gabriela Kubová / Dmitri Kiselev
Lucie Myslivečková / Neil Brown
 Estonia Jelena Glebova
 Finland Valtter Virtanen Rosaliina Kuparinen
Juulia Turkkila
Nea Viiri
 France Daria Popova / Bruno Massot
Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès
Pernelle Carron / Lloyd Jones
Tiffany Zahorski / Alexis Miart
 Germany Paul Fentz
Peter Liebers
Sarah Hecken
Nathalie Weinzierl
Mari Vartmann / Aaron Van Cleave Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi
 Hungary Zsuzsanna Nagy / Máté Fejes
 Israel Alexei Bychenko Danielle Montalbano / Evgeni Krasnopolski Allison Reed / Vasili Rogov
 Italy Paolo Bacchini
Paul Bonifacio Parkinson
Carol Bressanutti Federica Bernardi / Christopher Mior
 Japan Nobunari Oda Haruka Imai Emi Hirai / Marien De La Asuncion
 Kazakhstan Denis Ten
 Lithuania Isabella Tobias / Deividas Stagniūnas
 Luxembourg Fleur Maxwell
 Mexico Reyna Hamui
 Philippines Michael Christian Martinez
 Poland Maciej Cieplucha
 Puerto Rico Victoria Muniz
 Romania Zoltán Kelemen
 Russia Ivan Bariev
Zhan Bush
Polina Shelepen
Adelina Sotnikova
Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov
Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov
Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin
 Serbia Marina Seeh
 Slovakia Dominika Murckova Federica Testa / Lukáš Csölley
 South Africa Lejeanne Marais
 Spain Sara Hurtado / Adrià Díaz
 Sweden Alexander Majorov Viktoria Helgesson Ronja Roll / Gustav Forsgren
  Switzerland Romy Bühler Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost
 Ukraine Yakov Godorozha Siobhan Heekin-Canedy / Dmitri Dun
 United Kingdom Phillip Harris Charlotte Aiken / Josh Whidborne
 United States Stephen Carriere
Keegan Messing
Caroline Zhang Caydee Denney / John Coughlin
Gretchen Donlan / Andrew Speroff
Madison Chock / Evan Bates

Results[2][edit]

Men[edit]

Men's medalists. From left: Menshov, Oda, Messing

Japan's Nobunari Oda returned from injury to win gold at Nebelhorn, while Russia's Konstantin Menshov took silver, and the United States' Keegan Messing took bronze.[3][4]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Nobunari Oda  Japan 233.33 1 79.64 1 153.69
2 Konstantin Menshov  Russia 212.94 2 69.30 2 143.64
3 Keegan Messing  United States 210.78 3 68.56 4 142.22
4 Stephen Carriere  United States 209.11 8 65.68 3 143.43
5 Michal Březina  Czech Republic 201.71 5 67.78 7 133.93
6 Tomáš Verner  Czech Republic 199.98 10 60.69 5 139.29
7 Denis Ten  Kazakhstan 198.39 4 67.88 8 130.51
8 Ivan Bariev  Russia 196.54 11 60.05 6 136.49
9 Andrei Rogozine  Canada 196.27 7 67.31 9 128.96
10 Peter Liebers  Germany 195.59 6 67.41 10 128.18
11 Paul Bonifacio Parkinson  Italy 179.25 12 58.93 11 120.32
12 Alexander Majorov  Sweden 175.22 9 61.55 14 113.67
13 Paolo Bacchini  Italy 175.04 13 60.69 13 118.57
14 Elladj Baldé  Canada 171.83 18 54.41 12 119.82
15 Alexei Bychenko  Israel 165.59 17 53.29 15 112.30
16 Paul Fentz  Germany 163.15 16 53.44 16 109.71
17 Maciej Cieplucha  Poland 154.95 22 47.51 17 107.44
18 Phillip Harris  Great Britain 154.80 14 52.01 18 100.39
19 Yakov Godorozha  Ukraine 148.81 15 51.41 19 94.47
20 Zoltán Kelemen  Romania 142.10 21 48.68 20 93.42
21 Vitali Luchanok  Belarus 141.11 20 48.68 21 91.43
22 Valtter Virtanen  Finland 136.97 19 51.41 22 85.56
23 Luiz Manella  Brazil 131.96 23 47.33 23 84.63
24 Mark Webster  Australia 117.05 24 40.53 24 76.52

Ladies[edit]

Silver medalist Adelina Sotnikova performs her short program

Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond won her first senior international title, Russia's Adelina Sotnikova took the silver, and Japan's Haruka Imai won bronze.[3][4]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Kaetlyn Osmond  Canada 170.19 2 55.68 1 114.51
2 Adelina Sotnikova  Russia 168.23 1 58.48 2 109.75
3 Haruka Imai  Japan 153.64 9 47.70 3 105.94
4 Jelena Glebova  Estonia 152.36 3 54.26 4 98.10
5 Polina Shelepen  Russia 147.59 4 53.63 6 93.96
6 Viktoria Helgesson  Sweden 145.16 7 48.17 5 96.99
7 Nathalie Weinzierl  Germany 142.96 5 49.64 7 93.32
8 Brooklee Han  Australia 142.02 6 49.08 8 92.94
9 Juulia Turkkila  Finland 137.36 8 47.70 9 89.66
10 Sarah Hecken  Germany 125.66 11 43.12 11 82.54
11 Isadora Williams  Brazil 124.91 12 41.96 10 82.95
12 Caroline Zhang  United States 124.13 10 45.43 12 78.70
13 Kerstin Frank  Austria 114.35 13 41.60 16 72.75
14 Reyna Hamui  Mexico 114.03 14 40.04 15 73.99
15 Fleur Maxwell  Luxembourg 110.92 17 36.10 14 74.82
16 Eliška Březinová  Czech Republic 109.42 20 34.22 13 75.20
17 Carol Bressanutti  Italy 105.26 15 39.16 17 66.10
18 Marina Seeh  Serbia 102.68 16 37.11 18 65.57
19 Nea Viiri  Finland 99.31 19 35.02 19 64.29
20 Rosaliina Kuparinen  Finland 97.45 18 35.12 20 62.33
21 Lejeanne Marais  South Africa 91.10 22 29.64 21 61.46
22 Dominika Murckova  Slovakia 83.84 21 30.76 22 53.08

Pairs[edit]

Pairs' medalists. From left: Denney / Coughlin, Volosozhar / Trankov, James / Ciprès

Russia's Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov repeated as Nebelhorn champions, while the United States' Caydee Denney / John Coughlin took silver and France's Vanessa James / Morgan Cipres won bronze, their first international medal.[3][4] There were two withdrawals following the short program – Russia's Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov withdrew due to a recurrence of an jury to Bazarova's right hip, while Germany's Mari Vartmann picked into her right foot when she fell on a throw triple loop during the short and was unable to put on her skate the next day due to swelling.[3]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov  Russia 196.55 1 65.24 1 131.31
2 Caydee Denney / John Coughlin  United States 178.90 2 57.29 2 121.61
3 Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès  France 151.52 3 55.00 4 96.52
4 Gretchen Donlan / Andrew Speroff  United States 145.35 6 43.21 3 102.14
5 Daria Popova / Bruno Massot  France 132.68 5 47.44 5 85.24
6 Danielle Montalbano / Evgeni Krasnopolski  Israel 110.31 8 34.68 6 75.63
7 Ronja Roll / Gustav Forsgren  Sweden 94.48 9 34.49 7 59.99
WD Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov  Russia 4 52.43
WD Mari Vartmann / Aaron Van Cleave  Germany 7 37.50

Ice dance[edit]

Bronze medalists Zhiganshina / Gazsi perform their zombie-themed free dance

Madison Chock / Evan Bates of the United States won their first international title, while Julia Zlobina / Alexander Sitnikov of Azerbaijan took the silver, and Germany's Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi dropped from first after the short dance to finish third overall.[3][4]

Rank Name Nation Total points SD FD
1 Madison Chock / Evan Bates  United States 147.79 2 56.97 1 90.82
2 Julia Zlobina / Alexei Sitnikov  Azerbaijan 143.59 3 56.95 2 86.64
3 Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi  Germany 142.00 1 59.58 5 82.42
4 Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin  Russia 139.70 4 54.92 3 84.78
5 Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam  Canada 137.92 5 54.50 4 83.42
6 Siobhan Heekin-Canedy / Dmitri Dun  Ukraine 132.61 6 54.44 6 78.17
7 Kharis Ralph / Asher Hill  Canada 130.42 7 53.79 7 76.63
8 Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost   Switzerland 118.33 9 46.62 9 71.71
9 Sara Hurtado / Adrià Díaz  Spain 118.11 11 45.68 8 72.43
10 Lucie Myslivečková / Neil Brown  Czech Republic 117.49 8 47.73 12 69.76
11 Charlotte Aiken / Josh Whidborne  Great Britain 116.69 10 46.12 11 70.57
12 Federica Bernardi / Christopher Mior  Italy 114.89 12 43.90 10 70.99
13 Allison Reed / Vasili Rogov  Israel 107.32 13 42.54 13 64.78
14 Emi Hirai / Marien De La Asuncion  Japan 103.50 14 41.82 14 61.68
WD Zsuzsanna Nagy / Máté Fejes  Hungary 15 41.73

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nebelhorn Trophy Announcement". International Skating Union. 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Full event protocol". Deutsche Eislauf-Union. 2012. Archived from the original on October 16, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e Flade, Tatjana (September 30, 2012). "2012 Nebelhorn Trophy". Golden Skate. 
  4. ^ a b c d Felton, Renee (September 29, 2012). "U.S. collects colorful medal haul from Nebelhorn". Icenetwork. 

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