ISU Junior Grand Prix Final

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The ISU Junior Grand Prix Final (titled the ISU Junior Series Final in the 1997–1998 season) is the culmination of a series of junior-level competitions – the ISU Junior Grand Prix organized by the International Skating Union. Since the 2008–09 season, it is held together with its senior-level complement, the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. Originally occurring in the spring, the JGP Final was moved to December beginning in the 1999–2000 season.

Medals are awarded in men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. Initially composed of six competitions, the series was expanded to eight the following year. The 2001–2002 series had only seven events after U.S. Figure Skating cancelled its event in Arizona following the September 11, 2001 attacks. Beginning in the 2009–2010 season, the series was shortened to seven competitions.

Skaters earn qualifying points at each Junior Grand Prix event. At the end of the series, the six highest-placing skaters or teams from each discipline advance to the Junior Grand Prix Final. Previously, eight skaters qualified.

In 1998, at the inaugural competition, Timothy Goebel landed the first quadruple salchow jump. Miki Ando landed the same jump at the in 2002, becoming the first lady to land a quad in competition.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Men's medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland United States Timothy Goebel Bulgaria Ivan Dinev United States Matthew Savoie
1998–99 Detroit, USA France Vincent Restencourt Russia Ilia Klimkin Russia Alexei Vasilevski
1999–2000 Gdansk, Poland China Gao Song Germany Stefan Lindemann Canada Fedor Andreev [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland China Ma Xiaodong Russia Sergei Dobrin Russia Stanislav Timchenko [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia Russia Stanislav Timchenko China Ma Xiaodong Belgium Kevin van der Perren
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands Russia Alexander Shubin Russia Sergei Dobrin United States Parker Pennington [3]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden United States Evan Lysacek Russia Andrei Griazev Canada Christopher Mabee [4]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland United States Dennis Phan Japan Yasuharu Nanri Russia Alexander Uspenski [5]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic Japan Takahiko Kozuka United States Austin Kanallakan United States Geoffry Varner [6]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria United States Stephen Carriere United States Brandon Mroz Canada Kevin Reynolds [7]
2007–08 Gdansk, Poland United States Adam Rippon United States Brandon Mroz United States Armin Mahbanoozadeh [8]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea France Florent Amodio United States Armin Mahbanoozadeh United States Richard Dornbush [9]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan Japan Yuzuru Hanyu China Song Nan United States Ross Miner [10]
2010–11 Beijing, China United States Richard Dornbush China Yan Han Canada Andrei Rogozine [11]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada United States Jason Brown China Yan Han United States Joshua Farris [12]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia Russia Maxim Kovtun United States Joshua Farris Japan Ryuju Hino [13]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan China Jin Boyang Russia Adian Pitkeev United States Nathan Chen [14]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain Japan Shoma Uno Japan Sota Yamamoto Russia Alexander Petrov [15]

Ladies[edit]

Ladies' medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland Russia Julia Soldatova United States Amber Corwin Russia Elena Pingachova
1998–99 Detroit, USA Russia Viktoria Volchkova United States Sarah Hughes Russia Daria Timoshenko
1999–2000 Gdansk, Poland United States Deanna Stellato United States Jennifer Kirk Russia Svetlana Bukareva [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland United States Ann Patrice McDonough Russia Kristina Oblasova Japan Yukari Nakano [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia Japan Miki Ando Russia Ludmila Nelidina Japan Akiko Suzuki
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands Japan Yukina Ota Italy Carolina Kostner Japan Miki Ando [3]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden Japan Miki Ando Sweden Lina Johansson Hungary Viktória Pavuk [4]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland Japan Mao Asada South Korea Kim Yuna United States Kimmie Meissner [5]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic South Korea Kim Yuna Japan Aki Sawada China Xu Binshu [6]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria United States Caroline Zhang United States Ashley Wagner United States Megan Oster [7]
2007–08 Gdansk, Poland United States Mirai Nagasu United States Rachael Flatt Japan Yuki Nishino [8]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea United States Becky Bereswill Japan Yukiko Fujisawa United States Alexe Gilles [9]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan Japan Kanako Murakami Russia Polina Shelepen United States Christina Gao [10]
2010–11 Beijing, China Russia Adelina Sotnikova Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva China Li Zijun [11]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada Russia Yulia Lipnitskaya Russia Polina Shelepen Russia Polina Korobeynikova [12]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia Russia Elena Radionova United States Hannah Miller Russia Anna Pogorilaya [13]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan Russia Maria Sotskova Russia Serafima Sakhanovich Russia Evgenia Medvedeva [14]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain Russia Evgenia Medvedeva Russia Serafima Sakhanovich Japan Wakaba Higuchi [15]

Pairs[edit]

Pairs' medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland Ukraine Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk Russia Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski United States Natalie Vlandis / Jered Guzman
1998–99 Detroit, USA Ukraine Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk United States Laura Handy / Paul Binnebose Russia Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski
1999–2000 Gdansk, Poland Ukraine Aliona Savchenko / Stanislav Morozov Russia Julia Shapiro / Alexei Sokolov Russia Viktoria Shliakhova / Grigori Petrovski [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland China Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao United States Kristen Roth / Michael McPherson Japan Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia China Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao Russia Julia Karbovskaya / Sergei Slavnov China Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands China Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei Canada Jessica Dubé / Samuel Tetrault United States Jennifer Don / Jonathon Hunt [3]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden Canada Jessica Dubé / Bryce Davison Russia Natalia Shestakova / Pavel Lebedev Russia Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov [4]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland Russia Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov United States Brittany Vise / Nicholas Kole United States Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker [5]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic Russia Valeria Simakova / Anton Tokarev United States Julia Vlassov / Drew Meekins United States Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker [6]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria United States Keauna McLaughlin / Rockne Brubaker Russia Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh United States Jessica Rose Paetsch / Jon Nuss [7]
2007–08 Gdansk, Poland Russia Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov
Russia Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh
Russia Ekaterina Sheremetieva / Mikhail Kuznetsov United States Jessica Rose Paetsch / Jon Nuss [8]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea Russia Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze China Zhang Yue / Wang Lei Russia Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh [9]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan China Sui Wenjing / Han Cong Japan Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran China Zhang Yue / Wang Lei [10]
2010–11 Beijing, China Japan Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran Russia Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov China Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang [11]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada China Sui Wenjing / Han Cong Canada Katherine Bobak / Ian Beharry United States Britney Simpson / Matthew Blackmer [12]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia Russia Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin Russia Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat Russia Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev [13]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan China Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang Russia Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev Russia Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin [14]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain Canada Julianne Séguin / Charlie Bilodeau Russia Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin Russia Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev [15]

Bazarova and Larionov were later disqualified from the competition due to a positive doping sample from Larionov.

Ice dancing[edit]

Ice dancing medalists
Season Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1997–98 Lausanne, Switzerland Italy Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo Russia Oksana Potdykova / Denis Petukhov Italy Flavia Ottaviani / Massimo Scali
1998–99 Detroit, USA United States Jamie Silverstein / Justin Pekarek Italy Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo Russia Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev
1999–2000 Gdansk, Poland Russia Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev United States Emilie Nussear / Brandon Forsyth Ukraine Kristina Kobaladze / Oleg Voiko [1]
2000–01 Ayr, Scotland United States Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto Russia Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin Germany Miriam Steinel / Vladimir Tsvetkov [2]
2001–02 Bled, Slovenia Russia Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin Russia Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev Germany Miriam Steinel / Vladimir Tsvetkov
2002–03 The Hague, Netherlands Russia Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin Hungary Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek Russia Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev [3]
2003–04 Malmö, Sweden Hungary Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek Russia Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev United States Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin [4]
2004–05 Helsinki, Finland United States Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin Canada Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir Italy Anna Cappellini / Matteo Zanni [5]
2005–06 Ostrava, Czech Republic Canada Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir United States Meryl Davis / Charlie White Italy Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte [6]
2006–07 Sofia, Bulgaria United States Madison Hubbell / Keiffer Hubbell United States Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates Russia Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev [7]
2007–08 Gdansk, Poland Russia Maria Monko / Ilia Tkachenko United States Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates Russia Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov [8]
2008–09 Goyang City, South Korea United States Madison Chock / Greg Zuerlein United States Madison Hubbell / Keiffer Hubbell Russia Ekaterina Riazanova / Jonathan Guerreiro [9]
2009–10 Tokyo, Japan Russia Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin Russia Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov United States Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani [10]
2010–11 Beijing, China Russia Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin Russia Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin Russia Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin [11]
2011–12 Quebec City, Canada Russia Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin Russia Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov Russia Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin [12]
2012–13 Sochi, Russia Russia Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin France Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron United States Alexandra Aldridge / Daniel Eaton [13]
2013–14 Fukuoka, Japan Russia Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov United States Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter [14]
2014–15 Barcelona, Spain Russia Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd Russia Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko [15]

References[edit]

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