Merano Cup

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Merano Cup (Italian: Coupe de Merano) is an annual figure skating competition held in Merano, Italy. First held in 1997, it traditionally takes place in the fall. Medals are awarded in the disciplines of men's and ladies' singles on the senior, junior, and novice levels.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Men's medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
[[2003 Merano Cup|2003]gle] Italy Fabio Mascarello Austria Florian Mistelbauer Australia Sean Carlow
2004 France Samuel Contesti France Yoann Deslot Sweden Kalle Strid
2005 France Frédéric Dambier France Jérémie Colot France Yoann Deslot
2006 Canada Ken Rose Italy Paolo Bacchini Croatia Boris Martinec
2007 Italy Paolo Bacchini Bosnia and Herzegovina Damjan Ostojič Poland Mateusz Chruściński [1]
2008 Japan Yasuharu Nanri Italy Paolo Bacchini Poland Konstantin Tupikov [2]
2009 Spain Javier Fernández Italy Paolo Bacchini Sweden Alexander Majorov
2010 Japan Takahito Mura Italy Paolo Bacchini Sweden Kristoffer Berntsson [3][4]
2011 Japan Daisuke Murakami Czech Republic Pavel Kaška Italy Paolo Bacchini [5][6]
2012 Italy Paolo Bacchini Czech Republic Pavel Kaška Germany Christopher Berneck [7][8]
2013 Kazakhstan Denis Ten Japan Daisuke Murakami Italy Paolo Bacchini [9][10]

Ladies[edit]

Ladies' medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001 Italy Alessandra Faietti Italy Lea Norma Bottacini Slovenia Alenka Zidar
2002
2003 Australia Miriam Manzano Italy Valentina Marchei Finland Sanna Remes
2004 Hungary Viktória Pavuk Italy Valentina Marchei France Candice Didier
2005 Finland Kiira Korpi Italy Valentina Marchei Italy Caterina Gabanella
2006 Austria Kathrin Freudelsperger Italy Nicole Della Monica Italy Marcella de Trovato
2007 Italy Valentina Marchei Poland Anna Jurkiewicz Romania Roxana Luca [1]
2008 Italy Valentina Marchei Slovakia Ivana Reitmayerová Italy Francesca Rio [2]
2009 Italy Carolina Kostner Japan Satsuki Muramoto Italy Valentina Marchei
2010 Sweden Viktoria Helgesson Japan Yuka Kono Sweden Linnea Mellgren [3][4]
2011 Estonia Jelena Glebova France Lénaëlle Gilleron-Gorry Sweden Joshi Helgesson [5][6]
2012 Germany Sarah Hecken Slovakia Nicole Rajičová Australia Brooklee Han [7][8]
2013 Germany Nathalie Weinzierl Germany Sarah Hecken Italy Carol Bressanutti [9][10]

Pairs[edit]

Pairs' medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2013 Italy Stefania Berton / Ondřej Hotárek Germany Maylin Wende / Daniel Wende Germany Mari Vartmann / Aaron Van Cleave [9][10]

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men's medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001 Slovenia Damjan Ostojič Slovenia Luka Čadež Finland Henry Rautiainen
2002
2003 United Kingdom Matthew Parr United Kingdom Elliot Hilton United Kingdom Thomas Paulson
2004 Germany Patrick Stein Sweden Justus Strid
2005 Italy Marco Fabbri Slovenia Damjan Ostojič Ukraine Yaroslav Fursov
2006 Italy Ruben Errampalli Canada Sebastien Wolfe Canada Ronald Lam
2007 Italy Luca Demattè Italy Maurizio Zandron Switzerland Noah Scherer [1]
2008 Netherlands Boyito Mulder Italy Luca Demattè Italy Filippo Ambrosini [2]
2009 Czech Republic Petr Coufal Germany Franz Streubel Poland Kamil Białas
2010 Germany Paul Fentz Czech Republic Miroslav Dvorak Czech Republic Tomas Kupka [3][4]
2011 Germany Niko Ulanovski Germany Panagiotis Polizoakis France Adrien Tesson [5][6]
2012 France Charles Tetar Italy Alessandro Pezzoli Czech Republic Tomáš Kupka [7][8]
2013 Germany Alexander Bjelde Italy Matteo Rizzo Switzerland Carlo Röthlisberger [9][10]

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies' medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001 Italy Martina Sasanelli Slovenia Teodora Poštič Germany Stefanie Lotterschmid
2002
2003 Italy Caterina Gabanella Finland Melisa Lahdeoja United Kingdom Karla Quinn
2004 Italy Stefania Berton France Aurelie Verlor France Nadège Bobillier
2005 Italy Roberta Rodeghiero Czech Republic Petra Vaumunová Italy Giorgia Bombardieri
2006 Spain Sonia Lafuente Italy Deborah Sacchi Canada Vanessa Juteau
2007 Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers Italy Roberta Rodeghiero Italy Alice Velati [1]
2008 Italy Alice Garlisi Slovakia Alexandra Kunová Switzerland Romy Bühler [2]
2009 Germany Luisa Weber Slovenia Patricia Gleščič Netherlands Joyce Den Hollander
2010 France Anaïs Ventard Italy Sofia Curci France Aline Zerourou [3][4]
2011 France Anaïs Ventard Italy Elettra Maria Olivotto France Bahia Taleb [5][6]
2012 France Bahia Taleb Italy Sara Casella Italy Guia Maria Tagliapietra [7][8]
2013 France Nadjma Mahamoud Italy Guia Maria Tagliapietra Italy Giada Russo [9][10]

Novice medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Novice men's medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001
2002
2003 Spain Manuel Legaz United Kingdom Jason Thompson Spain Javier Fernández
2004 Spain Javier Raya Italy Luca Demattè Spain Javier Fernández
2005
2006 Canada Andrei Rogozine Italy Saverio Giacomelli Switzerland Joos Kündig
2007 Canada Liam Firus Spain Francesc Palau Italy Filippo Ambrosini [1]
2008 Spain Francesc Palau Hungary Kristof Forgó [2]
2009 Spain Victor Bustamante Italy Giorgio Settembrini Italy Leo Luca Sforza
No novice competition held from 2010–2013

Ladies[edit]

Novice ladies' medalists
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2001 Italy Sara Beikircher Germany Kristina Geißler Slovenia Kaja Otovic
2002
2003 Italy Stefania Berton United Kingdom Jody Annandale Spain Sonia Lafuente
2004 Spain Sonia Lafuente Germany Linda Hempel Italy Deborah Sacchi
2005 Italy Marcella di Trovato Italy Alice Velati Italy Deborah Sacchi
2006 Austria Stina Martini Switzerland Romy Bühler Italy Sofia Curci
2007 Spain Marta Garcia Slovenia Patricia Gleščič Austria Stina Martini [1]
2008 Italy Amelia Schwienbacher Slovakia Monika Simančíková Italy Naomi de Simone [2]
2009 Italy Caterina Andermarcher Slovakia Dominika Murcková Italy Elettra Olivotto
No novice competition held from 2010–2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Result details: 2007 Merano Cup". Ice Club Merano. Archived from the original on 16 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Result protocols: 2008 Merano Cup" (zip). Ice Club Merano. Archived from the original on 16 November 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Result protocols: 2010 Merano Cup" (pdf). International Skating Union. 
  4. ^ a b c d "Announcement: 2010 Merano Cup" (pdf). International Skating Union. 
  5. ^ a b c d "Result protocols: 2011 Merano Cup" (pdf). International Skating Union. 
  6. ^ a b c d "Announcement: 2011 Merano Cup" (pdf). International Skating Union. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Result details: 2012 Merano Cup". Italian Ice Sports Federation (FISG). 
  8. ^ a b c d "Announcement: 2012 Merano Cup" (pdf). International Skating Union. 
  9. ^ a b c d e "Result details: 2013 Merano Cup". Italian Ice Sports Federation (FISG). 
  10. ^ a b c d e "Announcement: 2013 Merano Cup" (pdf). Ice Club Merano. Archived from the original on 14 November 2013. 

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