Asian Figure Skating Trophy

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The Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy (or Asian Trophy; previously known as the Asian Figure Skating Championships) is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the Asian Skating Union. Skaters compete in the disciplines of men's and ladies' singles across three levels: novice, junior, and senior.

Following an ASU meeting in Changchun, China during the 6th Asian Winter Games 2007, the ASU revised the name of the competition from the Asian Figure Skating Championships to the Asian Figure Skating Trophy, with the International Skating Union approving the change. Since 2013, the event has been titled the Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy and skaters from other continents have participated. In 2018 this event was part of the 2018–19 ISU Challenger Series.

Senior medalists[edit]

CS: ISU Challenger Series

Men[edit]

Men's medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 Chinese Taipei Taipei Chinese Taipei Henry Lu Shih-hao Thailand Romklao Sopa India Anup Kumar Yama [1]
2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong North Korea Ri Song-chol Kazakhstan Abzal Rakimgaliev South Korea Kim Min-seok [2]
competition not held in 2009
2010 Thailand Bangkok Japan Akio Sasaki Chinese Taipei Tien Hung-wen Thailand Karn Luanpreda [3]
2011 China Dongguan China Yan Han Uzbekistan Misha Ge China Guan Yuhang [4]
2012 Chinese Taipei Taipei Hong Kong Chiu Ting Ronald Lam South Korea Kim Min-seok South Korea Lee June-hyoung [5][6]
2013 Thailand Bangkok Japan Tatsuki Machida Uzbekistan Misha Ge South Korea Lee June-hyoung [7]
2014 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Shoma Uno South Korea Kim Jin-seo South Korea Lee June-hyoung [8]
2015 Thailand Bangkok Philippines Michael Christian Martinez Japan Keiji Tanaka Japan Hiroaki Sato [9]
2016 Philippines Manila Japan Keiji Tanaka South Korea Kim Jin-seo Malaysia Julian Zhi Jie Yee [10]
2017 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Keiji Tanaka Japan Ryuju Hino South Korea An Geon-hyeong [11]
2018 CS Thailand Bangkok Japan Sota Yamamoto Chinese Taipei Tsao Chih-i South Korea Byun Se-jong [12]
2019 China Dongguan

Ladies[edit]

Ladies' medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 Chinese Taipei Taipei South Korea Kim Soo-jin South Korea Kim Na-young Hong Kong Tamami Ono [1]
2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong Uzbekistan Anastasia Gimazetdinova South Korea Kim Na-young South Korea Sin Na-hee [2]
competition not held in 2009
2010 Thailand Bangkok Japan Ayane Nakamura Thailand Sandra Khopon South Korea Kim Ji-young [3]
2011 China Dongguan South Korea Park Yeon-jun China Wang Jialei South Korea Kwak Min-jeong [4]
2012 Chinese Taipei Taipei South Korea Park So-youn South Korea Cho Kyung-ah South Korea Lee Tae-yeon [5][6]
2013 Thailand Bangkok Japan Satoko Miyahara China Zhang Kexin Philippines Melissa Bulanhagui [7]
2014 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Rika Hongo Japan Riona Kato South Korea Park So-youn [8]
2015 Thailand Bangkok Japan Mai Mihara Japan Riona Kato Japan Kaori Sakamoto [9]
2016 Philippines Manila Japan Yura Matsuda South Korea Choi Da-bin Chinese Taipei Amy Lin [10]
2017 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Kaori Sakamoto Japan Yuna Shiraiwa Australia Kailani Craine [11]
2018 CS Thailand Bangkok South Korea Lim Eun-soo Japan Yuna Shiraiwa Japan Mako Yamashita [12]
2019 China Dongguan

Pairs[edit]

Pairs medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong North Korea Sung Mi-hyang / Jong Yong-hyok Hong Kong Rie Aoi / Wen Xiong Guo North Korea Ri Ji-hyang / Thae Won-hyok [2]
2009–2015: Competition not held
2016 Philippines Manila North Korea Ryom Tae-ok / Kim Ju-sik North Korea Pak So-hyang / Song Nam-i Japan Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara [10]
2017 Hong Kong Hong Kong South Korea Kim Su-yeon / Kim Hyung-tae Japan Miu Suzaki / Ryuichi Kihara Japan Narumi Takahashi / Ryo Shibata [11]
2018 Thailand Bangkok China Peng Cheng / Jin Yang North Korea Ryom Tae-ok / Kim Ju-sik no other competitors [12]
2019 China Dongguan

Ice dancing[edit]

Pairs medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2018 CS Thailand Bangkok China Wang Shiyue / Liu Xinyu United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Japan Misato Komatsubara / Timothy Koleto [12]
2019 China Dongguan

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men's medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Naoto Saito Japan Yukihiro Yoshida Hong Kong Dennis Hon Lan To [1]
2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Keiji Tanaka China Luo Yuyanlong North Korea Jang Ju-hyok [2]
competition not held in 2009
2010 Thailand Bangkok Japan Kosuke Nozue Chinese Taipei Chen Jui-shu India Dinesh Kumar [3]
2011 China Dongguan China Jin Boyang South Korea Lee June-hyoung South Korea Lee Dong-won [4]
2012 Chinese Taipei Taipei Chinese Taipei Tsao Chih-i Japan Taichi Honda Chinese Taipei Jordan Ju [5][6]
2013 Thailand Bangkok South Korea Alex Kang-chan Kam Chinese Taipei Tsao Chih-i South Korea Byun Se-jong [7]
2014 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Hidetsugu Kamata Malaysia Julian Zhi Jie Yee Japan Taichi Honda [8]
2015 Thailand Bangkok Japan Mitsuki Sumoto Malaysia Kai Xiang Chew North Korea Han Kum-chol [9]
2016 Philippines Manila Japan Koshiro Shimada South Korea Park Sung-hoon North Korea Han Kum-chol [10]
2017 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Sena Miyake South Korea Park Sung-hoon South Korea Kyeong Jae-Seok [11]
2018 Thailand Bangkok Japan Yuma Kagiyama Japan Tatsuya Tsuboi United States Nicholas Hsieh [13]
2019 China Dongguan

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies' medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Yuki Nishino Japan Ayane Nakamura Chinese Taipei Sigrid Young [1]
2008 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Yuki Nishino South Korea Kwak Min-jeong South Korea Yun Yea-ji [2]
competition not held in 2009
2010 Thailand Bangkok Japan Kako Tomotaki Thailand Mimi Tanasorn Chindasook Thailand Suthatta Yilansuwan [3]
2011 China Dongguan South Korea Kim Hae-jin South Korea Park So-youn Japan Hinano Isobe [4]
2012 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Satoko Miyahara South Korea Choi Hwi Japan Yuka Nagai [5][6]
2013 Thailand Bangkok Japan Kaori Sakamoto Japan Mai Mihara South Korea Choi Da-bin [7]
2014 Chinese Taipei Taipei Japan Wakaba Higuchi South Korea Choi Da-bin Japan Rin Nitaya [8]
2015 Thailand Bangkok Japan Yuna Aoki Japan Marin Honda South Korea Kim Se-na [9]
2016 Philippines Manila Japan Marin Honda South Korea Kim Ye-lim South Korea Lim Eun-soo [10]
2017 Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Rika Kihira South Korea Lim Eun-soo South Korea Kim Ye-lim [11]
2018 Thailand Bangkok South Korea Lee Hae-in United States Gabriella Izzo South Korea Wi Seo-yeong [13]
2019 China Dongguan

Pairs[edit]

Junior Pairs' medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2019 China Dongguan

Ice Dancing[edit]

Junior Ice dancing' medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
2019 China Dongguan

References[edit]

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  6. ^ a b c d "2012 protocol". International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-04-02.
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  8. ^ a b c d "2014 detailed results". Chinese Taipei Figure Skating Association.
  9. ^ a b c d "2015 detailed results". Figure Skating Association of Thailand. Archived from the original on 2015-08-07.
  10. ^ a b c d e "2016 results". Archived from the original on 2016-08-08.
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  12. ^ a b c d "2018 results". ISUFS.org. International Skating Union.
  13. ^ a b "2018 Junior results". International Skating Union.