2017 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

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2017 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Season:2016–17
Host:International figure skating
Venue:Taipei, Taiwan
Champions
Men's singles:
United States Vincent Zhou
Ladies' singles:
Russia Alina Zagitova
Pair skating:
Australia Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor
Ice dance:
United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons
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2016 World Junior Championships
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The 2017 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were held March 15–19, 2017 in Taipei City, Taiwan (Chinese Taipei). Commonly called "World Juniors" and "Junior Worlds", the event determined the World Junior champions in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

Pair champions Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor became the first skaters representing Australia to win gold at an ISU Figure Skating Championships. The United States received gold in two disciplines, with Vincent Zhou winning the men's singles title and Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons taking the ice dancing title. Russia's Alina Zagitova won the ladies' title in her first appearance at the event.

Records[edit]

The following new junior records were set during this competition:

Event Component Skater(s) Score Date Ref
Men Free skating Israel Daniel Samohin 165.63 16 March 2017 [1]
United States Vincent Zhou 179.24
Total score 258.11
Ice dancing Free dance United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons 97.54 18 March 2017 [2]
Total score Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd 164.37
United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons 164.83
Ladies Free skating Russia Alina Zagitova 138.02 [3]
Total score 208.60

Qualification[edit]

Skaters from all ISU member nations were eligible for the competition if they were at least 13 years old but not 19—or 21 for male pair skaters and ice dancers—before 1 July 2016 in their place of birth. National associations select their entries according to their own criteria but the ISU mandates that their selections achieve a minimum technical elements score (TES) at an international event prior to the World Junior Championships.

The term "Junior" in ISU competition refers to age, not skill level. Skaters may remain age-eligible for Junior Worlds even after competing nationally and internationally at the senior level. At junior events, the ISU requires that all programs conform to junior-specific rules regarding program length, jumping passes, types of elements, etc.

Minimum TES[edit]

Minimum technical scores (TES)[4]
Discipline Short Free
Men 20 42
Ladies 20 35
Pairs 20 30
Ice dancing 18 28
Must be achieved at an ISU-recognized international event
in the ongoing or preceding season.
SP and FS scores may be attained at different events.

Number of entries per discipline[edit]

Based on the results of the 2016 World Junior Championships, the ISU allowed each country one to three entries per discipline.

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  Canada
 Russia
 United States
 Japan
 Russia
 Czech Republic
 Russia
 Russia
 United States
2  China
 France
 Israel
 Japan
 Latvia
 South Korea
 Hungary
 Kazakhstan
 Latvia
 South Korea
 United States
 Canada
 Italy
 Ukraine
 United States
 Canada
 France
 Italy
If not listed above, one entry is allowed.

Schedule[edit]

Day Date Start Finish Discipline Event
Day 1 15.03.2017 10:30 Men Short program
Opening ceremony
19:00 Pairs Short program
Day 2 16.03.2017 11:30 Dance Short dance
17:30 Men Free skating
Men Victory ceremony
Day 3 17.03.2017 11:00 Ladies Short program
19:00 Pairs Free skating
Pairs Victory ceremony
Day 4 18.03.2017 11:30 Dance Free dance
Dance Victory ceremony
Ladies Free skating
16:00 Ladies Victory ceremony
Day 5 Sunday Exhibition gala

Entries[edit]

Some member nations announced their selections in January or early February 2017. The International Skating Union published the full list of entries on 24 February 2017.

Country Men[5] Ladies[6] Pairs[7] Ice dancing[8]
 Australia James Min Holly Harris Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor Matilda Friend / William Badaoui
 Austria Alisa Stomakhina Elizaveta Orlova / Stephano Valentino Schuster
 Azerbaijan Morgan Flood
 Belarus Yakau Zenko Hanna Paroshyna Emiliya Kalehanova / Uladzislau Palkhouski
 Bulgaria Ivo Gatovski Alexandra Feigin Yana Bozhilova / Kaloyan Georgiev
 Canada[9] Nicolas Nadeau
Roman Sadovsky
Conrad Orzel
Sarah Tamura Evelyn Walsh / Trennt Michaud
Lori-Ann Matte / Thierry Ferland
Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha
Ashlynne Stairs / Lee Royer
 China Li Tangxu
Li Yuheng
Li Xiangning Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong Guo Yuzhu / Zhao Pengkun
 Chinese Taipei Chih-I Tsao Amy Lin
 Croatia Hana Cvijanović
 Czech Republic Petr Kotlařík Michaela Lucie Hanzlíková Nicole Kuzmichova / Alexandr Sinicyn
 Estonia Daniel Albert Naurits Kristina Škuleta-Gromova Viktoria Semenjuk / Artur Gruzdev
 Finland[10] Benjam Papp Viveca Lindfors Monica Lindfors / Juho Pirinen
 France[11] Kévin Aymoz
Luc Economides
Julie Frötscher Cléo Hamon / Denys Strekalin Angélique Abachkina / Louis Thauron
Natacha Lagouge / Corentin Rahier
 Georgia Irakli Maysuradze Eva Khachaturian / Georgy Reviya
 Germany[12] Thomas Stoll Lea Johanna Dastich Talisa Thomalla / Robert Kunkel Ria Schwendinger / Valentin Wunderlich
United Kingdom Great Britain[13] Graham Newberry Kristen Spours Sasha Fear / Elliot Verburg
 Hong Kong Yi Christy Leung Wing Yi Valeria So / Marcus Yau
 Hungary Alexander Borovoj Daria Jakab
Fruzsina Medgyesi
Hanna Jakucs / Daniel Illes
 Israel Mark Gorodnitsky
Daniel Samohin
Paige Conners Hailey Esther Kops / Artem Tsoglin Shira Ichilov / Vadim Davidovich
 Italy Matteo Rizzo Elisabetta Leccardi Irma Caldara / Edoardo Caputo Flora Mühlmeyer / Pietro Papetti
 Japan[14] Kazuki Tomono
Koshiro Shimada
Marin Honda
Kaori Sakamoto
Yuna Shiraiwa
Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno
 Kazakhstan Artur Panikhin Aiza Mambekova Hannah Grace Cook / Temirlan Yerzhanov
 Latvia Gļebs Basins Diāna Ņikitina
 Lithuania Elžbieta Kropa Guostė Damulevičiūtė / Deividas Kizala
 Malaysia Kai Xiang Chew
 Mexico Donovan Carrillo Andrea Montesinos Cantu
 Monaco Davide Lewton Brain
 Norway Sondre Oddvoll Bøe Juni Marie Benjaminsen
 Poland Ryszard Gurtler Olexandra Borysova / Cezary Zawadzki
 Romania Amanda Stan
 Russia[15] Dmitri Aliev
Alexander Petrov
Alexander Samarin
Alina Zagitova
Stanislava Konstantinova
Polina Tsurskaya
Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii
Amina Atakhanova / Ilia Spiridonov
Alina Ustimkina / Nikita Volodin
Anastasia Shpilevaya / Grigory Smirnov
Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd
Anastasia Skoptsova / Kirill Aleshin
 Serbia Leona Rogić
 Singapore Chloe Ing
 Slovakia Jakub Kršňák Alexandra Hagarová
 Slovenia Nina Polšak
 South Africa Matthew Samuels
 South Korea Cha Jun-hwan
Lee Si-hyeong
Lim Eun-soo
An So-hyun
Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae
 Spain Aleix Gabara Valentina Matos Alexanne Bouillon / Tòn Cónsul Malene Niquita-Basquin / Jaime García
 Sweden Nikolaj Majorov Anita Östlund
  Switzerland Nurullah Sahaka Yoonmi Lehmann
 Turkey Başar Oktar Güzide Irmak Bayır
 Ukraine Yaroslav Paniot Anastasia Hozhva Darya Popova / Volodymyr Byelikov
 United States[16] Alexei Krasnozhon
Andrew Torgashev
Vincent Zhou
Starr Andrews
Bradie Tennell
Chelsea Liu / Brian Johnson
Nica Digerness / Danny Neudecker
Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko
Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter
Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons

Changes to initial assignments[edit]

Announced Country Discipline Initial Replacement Ref
27 February 2017  Sweden Men Gabriel Folkesson Nikolaj Majorov [5]
27 February 2017  South Korea Ladies Kim Ye-lim An So-hyun [6]
1 March 2017  Netherlands Men Michel Tsiba None [5]
1 March 2017  Netherlands Ladies Caya Scheepens None [6]
1 March 2017  Finland Ladies Emmi Peltonen Viveca Lindfors [6]
1 March 2017  Ukraine Ice dance Maria Golubtsova / Kirill Belobrov Darya Popova / Volodymyr Byelikov [8]
3 March 2017  United States Ladies Amber Glenn Starr Andrews [17]
6 March 2017  Hong Kong Men Harrison Jon-Yen Wong None [5]
6 March 2017  Kazakhstan Ladies Elizabet Tursynbayeva None [6]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Vincent Zhou set a new junior world record for the free skating (179.24 points) and for the combined total (258.11 points). Daniel Samohin set a new junior world record for the free skating (165.63 points) but the record was later broken by Zhou.[1]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Vincent Zhou  United States 258.11 5 78.87 1 179.24
2 Dmitri Aliev  Russia 247.31 1 83.48 3 163.83
3 Alexander Samarin  Russia 245.53 3 82.23 4 163.30
4 Alexander Petrov  Russia 243.47 4 81.29 5 162.18
5 Cha Jun-hwan  South Korea 242.45 2 82.34 6 160.11
6 Daniel Samohin  Israel 232.63 16 67.00 2 165.63
7 Kévin Aymoz  France 218.63 6 77.24 8 141.39
8 Alexei Krasnozhon  United States 211.47 8 76.50 10 134.97
9 Kazuki Tomono  Japan 211.28 14 68.12 7 143.16
10 Yaroslav Paniot  Ukraine 208.57 10 72.03 9 136.54
11 Matteo Rizzo  Italy 197.47 13 68.53 11 128.94
12 Nicolas Nadeau  Canada 196.63 7 77.20 15 119.43
13 Conrad Orzel  Canada 194.41 18 66.21 12 128.20
14 Koshiro Shimada  Japan 194.10 12 68.77 13 125.33
15 Graham Newberry United Kingdom Great Britain 191.78 11 70.80 14 120.98
16 Lee Si-hyeong  South Korea 186.67 15 67.51 16 119.16
17 Roman Sadovsky  Canada 186.53 9 76.27 23 110.26
18 Chih-I Tsao  Chinese Taipei 181.89 20 63.17 17 118.72
19 Sondre Oddvoll Bøe  Norway 178.98 19 66.16 18 112.82
20 Daniel Albert Naurits  Estonia 178.48 17 66.44 20 112.04
21 Li Tangxu  China 173.08 21 62.08 22 111.00
22 Mark Gorodnitsky  Israel 170.59 22 59.27 21 111.32
23 Petr Kotlařík  Czech Republic 168.79 24 56.66 19 112.13
24 Thomas Stoll  Germany 153.68 23 57.10 24 96.58
Did not advance to free skating
25 Andrew Torgashev  United States 55.42 25 55.42 N/A
26 Başar Oktar  Turkey 54.17 26 54.17 N/A
27 Donovan Carrillo  Mexico 53.92 27 53.92 N/A
28 Li Yuheng  China 53.76 28 53.76 N/A
29 James Min  Australia 53.72 29 53.72 N/A
30 Luc Economides  France 53.52 30 53.52 N/A
31 Nikolaj Majorov  Sweden 52.42 31 52.42 N/A
32 Artur Panikhin  Kazakhstan 51.72 32 51.72 N/A
33 Yakau Zenko  Belarus 50.92 33 50.92 N/A
34 Nurullah Sahaka   Switzerland 50.58 34 50.58 N/A
35 Irakli Maysuradze  Georgia 48.66 35 48.66 N/A
36 Jakub Kršňák  Slovakia 48.60 36 48.60 N/A
37 Ivo Gatovski  Bulgaria 48.05 37 48.05 N/A
38 Aleix Gabara  Spain 47.82 38 47.82 N/A
39 Gļebs Basins  Latvia 45.70 39 45.70 N/A
40 Ryszard Gurtler  Poland 45.41 40 45.41 N/A
41 Alexander Borovoj  Hungary 45.41 41 45.41 N/A
42 Kai Xiang Chew  Malaysia 44.23 42 44.23 N/A
43 Davide Lewton Brain  Monaco 44.14 43 44.14 N/A
44 Benjam Papp  Finland 43.51 44 43.51 N/A
45 Matthew Samuels  South Africa 41.68 45 41.68 N/A

Ladies[edit]

Alina Zagitova set a new junior world record for the free skating (138.02 points) and for the combined total (208.60 points).[3]

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Alina Zagitova  Russia 208.60 1 70.58 1 138.02
2 Marin Honda  Japan 201.61 2 68.35 2 133.26
3 Kaori Sakamoto  Japan 195.54 3 67.78 3 127.76
4 Lim Eun-soo  South Korea 180.81 4 64.78 4 116.03
5 Yuna Shiraiwa  Japan 174.38 5 62.96 5 111.42
6 Stanislava Konstantinova  Russia 162.84 6 58.90 6 103.94
7 Bradie Tennell  United States 161.36 7 57.47 7 103.89
8 Lea Johanna Dastich  Germany 157.11 13 53.95 8 103.16
9 Yi Christy Leung  Hong Kong 156.26 8 56.01 10 100.25
10 Polina Tsurskaya  Russia 155.91 11 54.30 9 101.61
11 Li Xiangning  China 151.03 12 54.24 11 96.79
12 Starr Andrews  United States 149.05 9 55.83 12 93.22
13 Anita Östlund  Sweden 144.57 15 52.18 13 92.39
14 Viveca Lindfors  Finland 143.53 10 55.50 15 88.03
15 Kristen Spours United Kingdom Great Britain 139.34 16 49.83 14 89.51
16 Michaela Lucie Hanzlíková  Czech Republic 134.48 21 48.10 16 86.38
17 Sarah Tamura  Canada 130.40 19 49.57 18 80.83
18 Elisabetta Leccardi  Italy 129.33 14 52.62 21 76.71
19 Andrea Montesinos Cantu  Mexico 128.55 24 44.66 17 83.89
20 An So-hyun  South Korea 126.82 17 49.75 20 77.07
21 Amy Lin  Chinese Taipei 125.91 18 49.59 22 76.32
22 Güzide Irmak Bayır  Turkey 123.23 22 45.40 19 77.83
23 Holly Harris  Australia 123.11 20 48.24 24 74.87
24 Valentina Matos  Spain 120.41 23 45.40 23 75.01
Did not advance to free skating
25 Alexandra Feigin  Bulgaria 44.45 25 44.45 N/A
26 Anastasia Hozhva  Ukraine 44.21 26 44.21 N/A
27 Paige Conners  Israel 43.45 27 43.45 N/A
28 Kristina Škuleta-Gromova  Estonia 42.70 28 42.70 N/A
29 Yoonmi Lehmann   Switzerland 41.97 29 41.97 N/A
30 Diāna Ņikitina  Latvia 39.39 30 39.39 N/A
31 Aiza Mambekova  Kazakhstan 39.38 31 39.38 N/A
32 Fruzsina Medgyesi  Hungary 39.15 32 39.15 N/A
33 Amanda Stan  Romania 38.29 33 38.29 N/A
34 Chloe Ing  Singapore 38.22 34 38.22 N/A
35 Julie Frötscher  France 38.20 35 38.20 N/A
36 Morgan Flood  Azerbaijan 36.47 36 36.47 N/A
37 Hanna Paroshyna  Belarus 36.44 37 36.44 N/A
38 Elžbieta Kropa  Lithuania 35.14 38 35.14 N/A
39 Hana Cvijanović  Croatia 34.22 39 34.22 N/A
40 Alisa Stomakhina  Austria 32.95 40 32.95 N/A
41 Daria Jakab  Hungary 32.34 41 32.34 N/A
42 Alexandra Hagarová  Slovakia 32.26 42 32.26 N/A
43 Juni Marie Benjaminsen  Norway 31.83 43 31.83 N/A
44 Nina Polšak  Slovenia 29.95 44 29.95 N/A
WD Leona Rogić  Serbia N/A

Pairs[edit]

Alexandrovskaya/Windsor won Australia's first Junior Worlds medal in 41 years — since 1976, when Elizabeth Cain / Peter Cain took the pairs' bronze medal. They also became the first skaters representing Australia to receive gold at an ISU Figure Skating Championships.

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor  Australia 163.98 3 59.82 2 104.16
2 Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii  Russia 161.93 1 61.27 4 100.66
3 Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong  China 161.09 2 59.97 3 101.12
4 Amina Atakhanova / Ilia Spiridonov  Russia 157.76 8 50.20 1 107.56
5 Evelyn Walsh / Trennt Michaud  Canada 150.74 6 51.93 5 98.81
6 Alina Ustimkina / Nikita Volodin  Russia 145.69 4 54.63 6 91.06
7 Chelsea Liu / Brian Johnson  United States 138.95 5 53.32 8 85.63
8 Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae  South Korea 135.29 9 49.20 7 86.09
9 Lori-Ann Matte / Thierry Ferland  Canada 128.29 7 50.78 12 77.51
10 Nica Digerness / Danny Neudecker  United States 127.49 13 44.06 9 83.43
11 Hailey Esther Kops / Artem Tsoglin  Israel 126.06 12 45.80 10 80.26
12 Talisa Thomalla / Robert Kunkel  Germany 124.94 10 47.30 11 77.64
13 Riku Miura / Shoya Ichihashi  Japan 120.19 11 46.90 13 73.29
14 Cléo Hamon / Denys Strekalin  France 114.68 14 43.28 14 71.40
15 Irma Caldara / Edoardo Caputo  Italy 109.89 15 42.29 15 67.60
16 Alexanne Bouillon / Tòn Cónsul  Spain 105.59 16 40.07 16 65.52

Ice dancing[edit]

Rachel and Michael Parsons set a new junior world record for the free dance (97.54 points) and for the combined total (164.83 points). Alla Loboda and Pavel Drozd set a new junior world record for the combined total (164.37 points) but the record was later broken by Parsons/Parsons.[2]

Rank Name Nation Total points SD FD
1 Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons  United States 164.83 2 67.29 1 97.54
2 Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd  Russia 164.37 1 67.59 2 96.78
3 Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko  United States 154.68 6 60.53 3 94.15
4 Anastasia Shpilevaya / Grigory Smirnov  Russia 152.66 4 63.26 4 89.40
5 Anastasia Skoptsova / Kirill Aleshin  Russia 152.53 3 63.38 5 89.15
6 Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha  Canada 148.26 5 60.79 7 87.47
7 Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter  United States 148.11 7 60.30 6 87.81
8 Angélique Abachkina / Louis Thauron  France 140.61 9 54.92 8 85.69
9 Nicole Kuzmichová / Alexandr Sinicyn  Czech Republic 134.17 10 53.93 9 80.24
10 Ria Schwendinger / Valentin Wunderlich  Germany 131.77 13 51.90 10 79.87
11 Natacha Lagouge / Corentin Rahier  France 130.08 8 55.41 11 74.67
12 Darya Popova / Volodymyr Byelikov  Ukraine 126.88 11 52.47 12 74.41
13 Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno  Japan 124.03 15 50.44 13 73.59
14 Ashlynne Stairs / Lee Royer  Canada 122.54 12 52.26 15 70.28
15 Sasha Fear / Elliot Verburg United Kingdom Great Britain 121.40 17 49.19 14 72.21
16 Emiliya Kalehanova / Uladzislau Palkhouski  Belarus 118.81 14 50.75 16 68.06
17 Guostė Damulevičiūtė / Deividas Kizala  Lithuania 111.19 16 50.18 17 61.01
18 Eva Khachaturian / Georgy Reviya  Georgia 105.91 18 45.69 18 60.22
19 Monica Lindfors / Juho Pirinen  Finland 102.66 20 44.62 19 58.04
20 Hanna Jakucs / Daniel Illes  Hungary 101.63 19 45.61 20 56.02
Did not advance to free dance
21 Viktoria Semenjuk / Artur Gruzdev  Estonia 44.51 21 44.51 N/A
22 Hannah Grace Cook / Temirlan Yerzhanov  Kazakhstan 42.94 22 42.94 N/A
23 Guo Yuzhu / Zhao Pengkun  China 42.20 23 42.20 N/A
24 Flora Mühlmeyer / Pietro Papetti  Italy 41.24 24 41.24 N/A
25 Matilda Friend / William Badaoui  Australia 40.24 25 40.24 N/A
26 Shira Ichilov / Vadim Davidovich  Israel 39.34 26 39.34 N/A
27 Malene Niquita-Basquin / Jaime García  Spain 38.49 27 38.49 N/A
28 Elizaveta Orlova / Stephano Valentino Schuster  Austria 38.14 28 38.14 N/A
29 Olexandra Borysova / Cezary Zawadzki  Poland 37.68 29 37.68 N/A
30 Wing Yi Valeria So / Marcus Yau  Hong Kong 35.31 30 35.31 N/A
31 Yana Bozhilova / Kaloyan Georgiev  Bulgaria 34.29 31 34.29 N/A

Medals summary[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Medals for overall placement:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men United States Vincent Zhou Russia Dmitri Aliev Russia Alexander Samarin
Ladies Russia Alina Zagitova Japan Marin Honda Japan Kaori Sakamoto
Pairs Australia Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor Russia Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii China Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong
Ice dancing United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd United States Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko

Small medals for placement in the short segment:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Russia Dmitri Aliev South Korea Cha Jun-hwan Russia Alexander Samarin
Ladies Russia Alina Zagitova Japan Marin Honda Japan Kaori Sakamoto
Pairs Russia Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii China Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong Australia Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor
Ice dancing Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Anastasia Skoptcova / Kirill Aleshin

Small medals for placement in the free segment:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men United States Vincent Zhou Israel Daniel Samohin Russia Dmitri Aliev
Ladies Russia Alina Zagitova Japan Marin Honda Japan Kaori Sakamoto
Pairs Russia Amina Atakhanova / Ilia Spiridonov Australia Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor China Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong
Ice dancing United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd United States Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko

By country[edit]

Table of medals for overall placement:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)2013
2 Russia (RUS)1315
3 Australia (AUS)1001
4 Japan (JPN)0112
5 China (CHN)0011
Totals (5 nations)44412

Table of small medals for placement in the short segment:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)4026
2 Japan (JPN)0112
3 China (CHN)0101
 South Korea (KOR)0101
 United States (USA)0101
6 Australia (AUS)0011
Totals (6 nations)44412

Table of small medals for placement in the free segment:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)2114
2 United States (USA)2013
3 Japan (JPN)0112
4 Australia (AUS)0101
 Israel (ISR)0101
6 China (CHN)0011
Totals (6 nations)44412

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