1989 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

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1989 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Date: 29 November – 4 December 1988
Season: 1988–89
Location: Sarajevo, SFR Yugoslavia
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The 1989 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were held 29 November to 4 December 1988 in Sarajevo, SFR Yugoslavia. The event was sanctioned by the International Skating Union and open to ISU member nations. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name[1][2][3][4] Nation
1 Viacheslav Zagorodniuk  Soviet Union
2 Shepherd Clark  United States
3 Masakazu Kagiyama  Japan
4 Nicolas Pétorin  France
5 Mirko Eichhorn  East Germany
6 Elvis Stojko  Canada
7 Igor Pashkevich  Soviet Union
8 Gleb Bokiy  Soviet Union
9 Alex Chang  United States
10 Philippe Candeloro  France
11 Tomoaki Koyama  Japan
12 Steven Cousins  United Kingdom
13 Herb Cherwoniak  Canada
14 Antonio Moffa  Italy
15 Michael Tyllesen  Denmark
16 Péter Kovács  Hungary
17 Alcuin Schulten  Netherlands
18 Joško Cerovac  Yugoslavia
19 Cornel Gheorghe  Romania
20 Jaroslav Suchý  Czechoslovakia
21 Armin Withalm  Austria
22 Robert Grzegorczyk  Poland
23 George Galanis  Australia
24 Alexander Mladenov  Bulgaria
25 Kim Se-yol  South Korea

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name[5][2][3][4] Nation
1 Jessica Mills  United States
2 Junko Yaginuma  Japan
3 Surya Bonaly  France
4 Tanja Krienke  East Germany
5 Patricia Wirth  West Germany
6 Jennifer Leng  United States
7 Sandra Garde  France
8 Margot Bion  Canada
9 Alma Lepina  Soviet Union
10 Yuka Sato  Japan
11 Yulia Kulibanova  Soviet Union
12 Jutta Cossette  Canada
13 Lenka Kulovaná  Czechoslovakia
14 Anja Geissler  West Germany
15 Laurence Janner   Switzerland
16 Mari Kobayashi  Japan
17 Emma Murdoch  United Kingdom
18 Tamara Heggen  Australia
19 Lee Eun-Hee  South Korea
20 Isabelle Balhan  Belgium
21 Ines Klubal  Sweden
22 Christine Czerni  Austria
23 Laia Papell  Spain
24 Charlotte Petersen  Denmark
25 Codruta Moiseanu  Romania
26 Daniella Roymans  Netherlands
27 Melita Juratek  Yugoslavia
28 Noémi Sarkadi  Hungary
29 Tsvetelina Yankova  Bulgaria
30 Erika Beckley  Mexico

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name[6][2][3][4] Nation
1 Evgenia Chernyshova / Dmitri Sukhanov  Soviet Union
2 Angela Caspari / Marno Kreft  East Germany
3 Irina Sayfutdinova / Alexei Tikhonov  Soviet Union
4 Marie-Josée Fortin / Jean-Michel Bombardier  Canada
5 Inna Svetacheva / Vladimir Shagov  Soviet Union
6 Ann-Marie Wells / Brian Wells  United States
7 Jennifer Heurlin / John Frederiksen  United States
8 Catherine Barker / Michael Aldred  United Kingdom
9 Beata Szymłowska / Mariusz Siudek  Poland

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name[7][2][3][4] Nation
1 Anjelika Kirchmayr / Dmitri Lagutin  Soviet Union
2 Ludmila Berezova / Vladimir Fedorov  Soviet Union
3 Marina Morel / Gwendal Peizerat  France
4 Lynn Burton / Andrew Place  United Kingdom
5 Marie-France Dubreuil / Bruno Yvars  Canada
6 Christine Chadufaux / Karim Zeriahem  France
7 Brigitte Richer / Michel Brunet  Canada
8 Sabine Baratelli / Paolo Ceccattini  Italy
9 Holly Robbins / Kyle Schneble  United States
10 Katherine Williamson / Ben Williamson  United States
11 Christine Bomba / Patrick Zelechovsky  West Germany
12 Susana Slobodova / Tomas Morbacher  Czechoslovakia
13 Kinga Zielińska / Marcin Głowacki  Poland
14 Alice Veres / Gyula Szombathelyi  Hungary
15 Lisa Sheehan / Justin Lanning  United Kingdom
16 Albena Denkova / Hristo Nikolov  Bulgaria
17 Karin Galle / Rudolf Galle  Austria
18 Portia Duval / Andrejs Liepiniks  Australia
19 Jung Sung-min / Jung Sung-ho  South Korea
20 Ildi Jarai / Boris Bellorini   Switzerland
21 Barbara Deroose / Andy Scherpereel  Belgium

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Men" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 24, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d "World Junior Championships 1989, YUG, Sarajevo". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 7 May 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d "ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships" (PDF). Skate Canada. Archived (PDF) from the original on 11 May 2016. 
  4. ^ a b c d "World Junior Championships 1989. Sarajevo, Yugoslavia". skating.bplaced.net. 
  5. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Ladies" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 December 2013. 
  6. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Pairs" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 November 2013. 
  7. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Ice Dance" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 October 2013.