2012 French Figure Skating Championships

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2012 French Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championships
Date: 16–18 December 2011 (S)
24–26 February 2012 (J)
Season: 2011–2012
Location: Dammarie-lès-Lys (S)
Charleville-Mézières (J)
Venue: Patinoire de la Cartonnerie (S)
Champions
Men's singles:
Brian Joubert (S)
Noël-Antoine Pierre (J)
Ladies' singles:
Yretha Silete (S)
Anaïs Ventard (J)
Pair skating:
Daria Popova / Bruno Massot (S)
Ice dancing:
Nathalie Péchalat / Fabian Bourzat (S)
Estelle Elizabeth / Romain Legac (J)
Synchronized skating:
Les Zoulous
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The 2012 French Figure Skating Championships were the French national championships of the 2011–2012 season. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, ice dancing, and synchronized skating on the senior level for the title of national champion of France. The results of the national championships are among the criteria used to choose the French entries for the 2012 European and 2012 World Championships.[1]

The 2012 Championships took place between 16 and 18 December 2011 in the Patinoire de la Cartonnerie in Dammarie-lès-Lys.

Senior results[edit]

Men[edit]

Joubert won his 8th national title.[1][2][3]

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Brian Joubert 230.97 1 81.38 1 149.59
2 Florent Amodio 210.42 2 79.23 2 131.19
3 Chafik Besseghier 183.67 3 62.53 3 121.14
4 Noël-Antoine Pierre 159.87 4 54.27 5 105.60
5 Charles Tetar 158.32 5 51.93 4 106.39
6 Simon Hocquaux 149.89 6 49.31 6 100.58
7 Adrien Tesson 142.47 9 42.28 7 100.19
8 Gaylord Lavoisier 138.46 12 39.15 8 99.31
9 Aurélien Robert 135.65 7 47.74 10 87.91
10 Timofei Novaikin 132.61 10 41.85 9 90.76
11 Maxime Petraru 125.81 8 43.04 11 82.77
12 Dimitri Christodoulides 114.14 11 40.37 12 73.77

Ladies[edit]

Silété won the ladies' title.[1][2][3][4]

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Yrétha Silété 152.21 1 53.18 2 99.03
2 Maé Bérénice Méité 149.33 2 50.20 1 99.13
3 Anaïs Ventard 143.74 4 47.18 3 96.56
4 Léna Marrocco 134.48 3 50.04 4 84.44
5 Lénaëlle Gilleron-Gorry 129.03 5 45.37 5 83.66
6 Laurine Lecavelier 121.79 7 39.52 6 82.27
7 Laurianne Cirilli 114.63 9 36.69 7 77.94
8 Bahia Taleb 112.03 6 40.18 8 71.85
9 Flora Leblanc 107.46 8 38.37 9 69.09
10 Gabrielle Scalzo 98.22 10 34.02 10 64.20
11 Aline Zerourou 95.13 11 31.14 11 63.99
12 Sarah Feriaux-Rubin 83.34 12 24.88 12 58.46

Pairs[edit]

Popova and Massot won their first title.[1][2][4]

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Daria Popova / Bruno Massot 137.75 2 46.99 1 90.76
2 Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès 128.83 1 53.84 2 74.99
3 Anne-Laure Letscher / Artem Patlasov 104.06 3 38.01 3 66.05

Ice dance[edit]

Péchalat and Bourzat won their third national title.[1][2][3]

Rank Name Total points SD FD
1 Nathalie Péchalat / Fabian Bourzat 173.75 1 68.31 1 105.44
2 Pernelle Carron / Lloyd Jones 142.69 2 55.88 2 86.81
3 Tiffany Zahorski / Alexis Miart 120.49 3 47.38 3 73.11
4 Charlène Denize / Quentin Langlois 94.02 4 38.02 6 56.00
5 Harmonie Lafont / Stanislas Etzol 91.35 5 34.40 5 56.95
6 Elektra Hetman / Benjamin Allain 91.22 6 32.35 4 58.87

Junior results[edit]

The Junior Championships took place from 24–26 February 2012 in Charleville-Mézières.

Junior men[edit]

Ten skaters competed in the junior men's event.

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Noël-Antoine Pierre 161.18 1 1
2 Charles Tetar 142.34 3 3
3 Gaylord Lavoisier 138.81 5 2
4 Adrien Tesson 130.18 2 6

Junior ladies[edit]

Nine skaters competed in the junior ladies' event.

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Anaïs Ventard 126.29 1 3
2 Laurianne Cirilli 123.22 2 2
3 Laurine Lecavelier 114.71 6 1
4 Flora Leblanc 110.33 3 5

Junior ice dancing[edit]

18 couples competed in the junior ice dancing event.

Rank Name Total points SD FD
1 Estelle Elizabeth / Romain Legac 115.69 2 1
2 Magali Leininger / Maxime Caurel 110.95 1 2
3 Myriam Gassoumi / Clément Le Molaire 103.72 3 4
4 Lindsay Pousset / Louis Thauron 100.46 10 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Colpart, De Sabine (17 December 2011). "Patinage: 8e titre de champion de France pour Joubert, Amodio frustré" [Skating: 8th French title for Joubert, Amodio frustrated] (in French). Agence France-Presse. Archived from the original on 18 December 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d Berlot, Jean-Christophe (19 December 2011). "Joubert returns to form at French championships". Ice Network. Retrieved 19 December 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c "Championnats de France : toutes les réactions" [French Championships: All the reactions]. Ouest-France.fr (in French). 17 December 2011. Archived from the original on 18 December 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Charolles, Olivier (17 December 2011). "Patinage artistique: Yrétha Silété conserve son titre de championne de France". 77sports-infos.com (in French). Archived from the original on 17 December 2011. 

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