2009 Nebelhorn Trophy

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2009 Nebelhorn Trophy
Type: Senior International
Date: September 23 – 26
Season: 2009–10
Location: Oberstdorf
Host: Deutsche Eislauf-Union
Venue: Eislaufzentrum Oberstdorf
Champions
Men's singles:
Switzerland Stéphane Lambiel
Ladies' singles:
United States Alissa Czisny
Pair skating:
Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy
Ice dancing:
United States Meryl Davis / Charlie White
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The 2009 Nebelhorn Trophy was the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition of the 2009–10 figure skating season. It served as the final Olympic qualifier to the 2010 Winter Olympics. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

The event was held between September 23 and 26, 2009 in Oberstdorf, Germany. The compulsory dance was the Tango Romantica.

Olympic qualification[edit]

This competition served as the final Olympic qualifier to the 2010 Winter Olympics. Eligible skaters qualified a spot to the Olympics for their country in order of their placement at this competition; there was no individual skater qualification. Countries who had already qualified a spot to the Olympics at the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships were not eligible to qualify more spots here, and their results were discounted from the overall results when allotting spots to countries. Unlike at the World Championships, where countries could qualify more than one spot depending on the placement of the skater, at this competition, countries who qualified were allotted only one spot to the Olympics, regardless of placement.

There were 6 Olympic spots available in men's singles, 7 in ladies' singles, 4 in pairs, and 5 in ice dancing. There were originally only 6 spots available in the ladies event; however, Georgia gave up one of its ladies spots before the competition, which allowed a 7th spot to become available.

If a country later declined to use one or more of its qualified spots, the vacated spot was awarded using the results of the Nebelhorn Trophy in descending order of placement.

Qualified countries[edit]

The following countries qualified an entry to the Olympics.[1] In the event that a country chooses not to fill a spot, the next alternate in line is allotted the spot.

Men Ladies Pairs Ice dancing
  Switzerland
 Austria
 Germany
 North Korea
 Romania
 Finland
 China
 Hungary
 Slovenia
 Austria
 Spain
 Belgium
 Israel*
  Switzerland
 Estonia
 Poland
 Italy
 China
 Czech Republic
 Hungary
 Estonia
 Georgia
First Three Alternates
 Belarus
 Estonia
 United Kingdom
 Czech Republic
 Uzbekistan
 Australia
 North Korea
 Taiwan
 Greece
 Greece
  • *Georgia, which had earned 2 spots in the ladies event at the World Championships, informed the ISU before the competition that they would not be filling their second spot. Therefore, Israel qualified an entrant here.

Schedule[edit]

(UTC+2)

24/09/2009
  • 09:45 Ice dancing Compulsory Dance
  • 12:10 Men Short Program
  • 17:10 Pairs Short Program
  • 20:30 Ice dancing Original Dance
25/09/2009
  • 08:30 Ladies Short Program
  • 13:50 Men Free Skating
  • 19:45 Pairs Free Skating
26/09/2009
  • 08:54 Ladies Free Skating
  • 15:00 Ice dancing Free Dance

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS Qualified country to Olympics
1 Stéphane Lambiel   Switzerland 232.36 1 77.45 1 154.91 Yes
2 Ivan Tretiakov  Russia 206.23 5 67.05 2 139.18 Had qualified at Worlds
3 Michal Březina  Czech Republic 205.34 2 73.23 3 132.11 Had qualified at Worlds
4 Ryan Bradley  United States 195.68 3 68.18 6 127.50 Had qualified at Worlds
5 Viktor Pfeifer  Austria 194.66 6 65.32 5 129.34 Yes
6 Yannick Ponsero  France 187.56 13 55.50 4 132.06 Had qualified at Worlds
7 Akio Sasaki  Japan 179.16 7 64.30 9 114.86 Had qualified at Worlds
8 Stefan Lindemann  Germany 178.88 8 63.95 8 114.93 Yes
9 Joey Russell  Canada 174.91 4 67.80 13 107.11 Had qualified at Worlds
10 Maciej Cieplucha  Poland 173.42 12 56.35 7 117.07 Had qualified at Worlds
11 Ri Song Chol  North Korea 172.14 9 60.41 10 111.73 Yes
12 Anton Kovalevski  Ukraine 168.13 11 57.23 11 110.90 Had qualified at Worlds
13 Zoltán Kelemen  Romania 164.72 15 54.49 12 110.23 Yes
14 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari  Finland 164.67 10 57.68 14 106.99 Yes
15 Alexandr Kazakov  Belarus 159.45 14 55.38 17 104.07 No
16 Viktor Romanenkov  Estonia 154.61 19 51.00 18 103.61 No
17 Matthew Parr  United Kingdom 154.52 21 49.16 15 105.36 No
18 Gregor Urbas  Slovenia 151.38 23 46.59 16 104.79 Had qualified at Worlds
19 Wu Jialiang  China 151.35 18 51.23 19 100.12 No
20 Kim Min-seok  Korea 147.23 17 54.19 22 93.04 No
21 Peter Reitmayer  Slovakia 144.51 16 54.45 23 90.06 No
22 Tigran Vardanjan  Hungary 139.94 24 46.49 21 93.45 No
23 Kevin Alves  Brazil 138.16 20 50.82 24 87.34 No
24 Stephen Li-Chung Kuo  Taiwan 137.01 27 43.00 20 94.01 No
25 Maxim Shipov  Israel 131.37 25 45.89 25 85.48 No
26 Boris Martinec  Croatia 124.14 22 46.63 27 77.51 No
27 Kutay Eryoldas  Turkey 117.60 26 45.32 29 72.28 No
28 Damjan Ostojič  Bosnia and Herzegovina 111.97 32 32.70 26 79.27 No
29 Justin Pietersen  South Africa 109.71 29 36.81 28 72.90 No
30 Luis Hernández  Mexico 105.70 28 37.64 31 68.06 No
31 Robert McNamara  Australia 104.79 31 34.96 30 69.83 No
32 Pierre Balian  Armenia 86.42 30 35.68 32 50.74 No
WD Fedor Andreev  Azerbaijan

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS Qualified country to Olympics
1 Alissa Czisny  United States 151.40 1 60.38 6 91.02 Had qualified at Worlds
2 Kiira Korpi  Finland 150.01 2 58.34 4 91.67 Had qualified at Worlds
3 Liu Yan  China 147.87 5 48.18 1 99.69 Yes
4 Júlia Sebestyén  Hungary 146.76 3 53.68 2 93.08 Yes
5 Teodora Poštič  Slovenia 139.97 6 47.82 3 92.15 Yes
6 Miriam Ziegler  Austria 132.38 4 52.54 11 79.84 Yes
7 Sarah Hecken  Germany 130.73 7 47.58 8 83.15 Had qualified at Worlds
8 Sonia Lafuente  Spain 130.30 16 39.10 5 91.20 Yes
9 Jelena Glebova  Estonia 129.33 9 46.02 7 83.31 Had qualified at Worlds
10 Katharina Häcker  Germany 126.24 8 47.10 12 79.14 Had qualified at Worlds
11 Isabelle Pieman  Belgium 123.74 12 43.36 9 80.38 Yes
12 Tamar Katz  Israel 121.40 10 45.24 14 76.16 Yes
13 Nella Simaová  Czech Republic 119.60 15 41.60 13 78.00 No
14 Anastasia Gimazetdinova  Uzbekistan 117.93 18 38.08 10 79.85 No
15 Cheltzie Lee  Australia 113.14 13 42.34 16 70.80 No
16 Gwendoline Didier  France 112.07 11 43.54 21 68.53 No
17 Chaochih Liu  Taiwan 111.04 14 41.72 20 69.32 No
18 Joshi Helgesson  Sweden 109.17 25 34.72 15 74.45 No
19 Manouk Gijsman  Netherlands 108.04 20 37.28 17 70.76 No
20 Karina Johnson  Denmark 106.81 19 37.32 19 69.49 No
21 Eleonora Vinnichenko  Ukraine 102.75 26 32.32 18 70.43 No
22 Ana Cecilia Cantu  Mexico 102.63 22 35.84 22 66.79 No
23 Choi Ji Eun  Korea 101.22 17 39.08 24 62.14 Had qualified at Worlds
24 Fleur Maxwell  Luxembourg 99.79 23 35.20 23 64.59 No
25 Megan Williams Stewart  Puerto Rico 98.73 21 37.20 25 61.53 No
26 Lejeanne Marais  South Africa 96.12 24 34.86 26 61.26 No
27 Mericien Venzon  Philippines 88.78 27 31.66 28 57.12 No
28 Alexandra Rout  New Zealand 87.18 30 29.32 27 57.86 No
29 Laura Kean  United Kingdom 84.16 28 30.64 29 53.52 Had qualified at Worlds
30 Marina Seeh  Serbia 82.05 29 30.16 30 51.89 No
31 Emma Hagieva  Azerbaijan 79.53 31 28.98 31 50.55 No
32 Clara Peters  Ireland 69.29 32 28.04 33 41.25 No
33 Alessia Baldo  Brazil 64.85 33 21.44 32 43.41 No
WD Ariana Tarrado Ribes  Andorra
WD Ani Vardanyan  Armenia

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS Qualified country to Olympics
1 Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy  Germany 185.99 1 72.80 1 113.19 Had qualified at Worlds
2 Tatiana Volosozhar / Stanislav Morozov  Ukraine 165.75 2 59.46 2 106.29 Had qualified at Worlds
3 Anabelle Langlois / Cody Hay  Canada 155.61 3 57.48 5 98.13 Had qualified at Worlds
4 Brooke Castile / Benjamin Okolski  United States 151.95 4 51.70 3 100.25 Had qualified at Worlds
5 Anaïs Morand / Antoine Dorsaz   Switzerland 151.49 5 51.32 4 100.17 Yes
6 Vanessa James / Yannick Bonheur  France 145.50 8 47.74 6 97.76 Had qualified at Worlds
7 Maylin Hausch / Daniel Wende  Germany 141.96 6 49.30 8 92.66 Had qualified at Worlds
8 Stacey Kemp / David King  United Kingdom 139.02 11 45.04 7 93.98 Had qualified at Worlds
9 Maria Sergejeva / Ilja Glebov  Estonia 134.56 9 47.10 10 87.46 Yes
10 Joanna Sulej / Mateusz Chruściński  Poland 131.29 12 40.84 9 90.45 Yes
11 Marika Zanforlin / Federico Degli Esposti  Italy 120.46 10 46.46 13 74.00 Yes
12 Sung Mi Hyang / Jong Yong Hyok  North Korea 119.01 13 39.18 11 79.83 No
13 Amanda Sunyoto-Yang / Darryll Sulindro-Yang  Taiwan 113.66 14 38.18 12 75.48 No
14 Jessica Crenshaw / Chad Tsagris  Greece 108.98 16 35.78 14 73.20 No
15 Gabriela Čermanová / Martin Hanulák  Slovakia 105.35 15 36.88 15 68.47 No
16 Nicole Gurny / Martin Liebers  Germany 102.05 17 35.52 16 66.53 Had qualified at Worlds
17 Marina Aganina / Dmitri Zobnin  Uzbekistan 95.88 18 33.92 17 61.96 No
WD Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh  Russia 7 48.44

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points CD OD FD Qualified country to Olympics
1 Meryl Davis / Charlie White  United States 200.46 1 37.62 1 62.08 1 100.76 Had qualified at Worlds
2 Alexandra Zaretski / Roman Zaretski  Israel 169.59 2 32.34 2 52.71 2 84.54 Had qualified at Worlds
3 Katherine Copely / Deividas Stagniūnas  Lithuania 162.02 4 31.23 3 48.09 3 82.70 Had qualified at Worlds
4 Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko  Russia 158.88 3 31.64 4 47.91 4 79.33 Had qualified at Worlds
5 Huang Xintong / Zheng Xun  China 149.85 6 30.16 8 43.67 5 76.02 Yes
6 Lucie Myslivečková / Matěj Novák  Czech Republic 148.47 8 28.85 5 45.64 7 73.98 Yes
7 Nóra Hoffmann / Maxim Zavozin  Hungary 148.43 5 31.20 10 42.84 6 74.39 Yes
8 Christina Chitwood / Mark Hanretty  United Kingdom 146.22 7 29.02 6 45.06 9 72.14 Had qualified at Worlds
9 Caitlin Mallory / Kristian Rand  Estonia 143.49 9 27.46 11 42.34 8 73.69 Yes
10 Isabella Pajardi / Stefano Caruso  Italy 140.29 11 25.53 9 43.52 10 71.24 Had qualified at Worlds
11 Carolina Hermann / Daniel Hermann  Germany 136.06 10 26.13 7 44.73 12 65.20 Had qualified at Worlds
12 Allison Lynn Reed / Otar Japaridze  Georgia 130.76 14 23.12 12 41.87 11 65.77 Yes
13 Kira Geil / Dmitri Matsjuk  Austria 130.03 12 25.42 13 41.06 14 63.55 No
14 Tanja Kolbe / Sascha Rabe  Germany 128.94 13 24.00 14 40.27 13 64.67 Had qualified at Worlds
15 Nikki Georgiadis / Graham Hockley  Greece 113.01 15 19.16 15 36.03 15 57.82 No
16 Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo  Finland 96.56 16 19.04 16 24.95 16 52.57 No
WD Danielle O'Brien / Gregory Merriman  Australia

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