2002 Nordic Figure Skating Championships

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2002 Nordic Figure Skating Championships
Type: Multi-level International
Date: February 8 – February 10
Season: 2001–2002
Location: Finland Vierumäki
Champions
Men's singles:
Sweden Kristoffer Berntsson
Ladies' singles:
Finland Alisa Drei
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The 2002 Nordic Figure Skating Championships were the Nordic Figure Skating Championships of the 2001–2002 season. The competition was open to elite figure skaters from Nordic Countries. Skaters competed in two disciplines, ladies singles and men's singles, across two levels: senior (Olympic-level) and junior.

The 2002 Nordics were held in Vierumäki, Finland from February 8 through 10, 2002.

Results[edit]

Senior Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Fact. Places SP FS
1 Kristoffer Berntsson  Sweden 1.5 1 1
2 Filip Stiller  Sweden 4.0 4 2
3 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari  Finland 4.0 2 3
4 Joni Juvonen  Finland 5.5 3 4
5 Mikael Olofsson  Sweden 7.5 5 5
6 Peter Bærkgard Kjær  Denmark 9.0 6 6

Senior Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Fact. Places SP FS
1 Alisa Drei  Finland 1.5 1 1
2 Åsa Persson  Sweden 4.0 4 2
3 Anna Lundström  Sweden 4.0 2 3
4 Taru Karvosenoja  Finland 6.5 5 4
5 Miia Marttinen  Finland 6.5 5 5
6 Mari Hirvonen  Finland 9.0 6 6
7 Malin Hållberg-Leuf  Sweden 10.5 7 7
8 Christina Lykke Christensen  Denmark 12.0 8 8
9 Carina Bierich  Sweden 13.5 9 9
10 Marie Louise Deistler  Denmark 15.5 11 10
11 Helle Larsen  Denmark 16.0 10 11

Junior Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Fact. Places SP FS
1 Niklas Hogner  Sweden 2.5 3 1
2 Mikko Minkkinen  Finland 2.5 1 2
3 Antti Aalto  Finland 6.0 4 4
4 Martin Johansson  Sweden 6.5 7 3
5 Tommi Piiroinen  Finland 8.5 5 6
6 Kalle Strid  Sweden 9.5 9 5
7 Michael Felding  Denmark 10.0 6 7
8 Duran O'Hara Lindblom  Sweden 10.0 2 9
9 Christian Hammeken  Denmark 12.0 8 8
10 Max Rautiainen  Finland 15.0 10 10

Junior Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Fact. Places SP FS
1 Johanna Götesson  Sweden 1.5 1 1
2 Erika Salo  Sweden 4.5 5 2
3 Sari Hakola  Finland 4.5 3 3
4 Sanna Remes  Finland 6.0 2 5
5 Marie Skärgärd  Sweden 7.0 6 4
6 Henna Hietala  Finland 8.0 4 6
7 Mona Grannenfelt  Finland 10.0 6 7
8 Erika Donko  Sweden 14.0 6 8
9 Irina Babenko  Denmark 14.0 10 9
10 Pauline Espegren  Sweden 14.5 9 10
11 Mirja Siukonen  Finland 17.0 12 11
12 Madeleine Daleng  Norway 19.5 11 13
13 Pernille Holkjær  Denmark 19.0 14 12
14 Christina Sorensen  Denmark 21.5 13 15
15 Marianne Fjørtoft  Norway 22.0 16 14
16 Tanja Aas  Norway 24.5 17 16
17 Eva Rusborg  Denmark 24.5 15 17
18 Sigurlaug Arnadottir  Iceland 27.5 19 18
19 Anna Pouchkova  Norway 28.0 18 19

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