Figure skating at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics

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Figure Skating
at the I Winter Youth Olympic Games
Figure skating pictogram.svg
Venue OlympiaWorld Innsbruck
Dates January 14–22, 2012
Competitors 66 from 21 nations
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Figure skating at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics
Figure skating pictogram.svg
Qualification
Singles boys' girls'
Pairs mixed
Ice dancing mixed
Team trophy mixed

Figure skating at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics took place at the OlympiaWorld venue in Innsbruck, Austria.[1]

Unique to the Youth Olympic Games was a mixed NOC team trophy competition.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 2 2 3 7
2  China 2 0 1 3
Mixed-NOCs 1 1 1 3
3  Japan 0 1 0 1
3  Ukraine 0 1 0 1
Total 5 5 5 15

Events[edit]

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' singles
details
Yan Han
 China
Shoma Uno
 Japan
Feodosiy Efremenkov
 Russia
Girls' singles
details
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
 Russia
Adelina Sotnikova
 Russia
Li Zijun
 China
Pair skating
details
Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang
 China
Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin
 Russia
Anastasia Dolidze / Vadim Ivanov
 Russia
Ice dancing
details
Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov
 Russia
Oleksandra Nazarova / Maksym Nikitin
 Ukraine
Maria Simonova / Dmitri Dragun
 Russia
Mixed NOC team
details
 Shoma Uno (JPN)
 Jordan Bauth (USA)
 Eugenia Tkachenka / Yuri Hulitski (BLR)
 Yaroslav Paniot (UKR)
 Eveliina Viljanen (FIN)
 Maria Simonova / Dmitri Dragun (RUS)
 Alexander Lyan (KAZ)
 Park So-youn (KOR)
 Estelle Elizabeth / Romain Le Gac (FRA)

Eligibility[edit]

To be eligible for the 2012 Youth Olympic Games, athletes must have been born between 1 January 1996 and 31 December 1997.

Exception: Male skaters in pairs and ice dance may have been born between 1 January 1994 and 31 December 1997.[2]

Qualification system[edit]

The overall quota for the figure skating competition was 76 total skaters, consisting of 38 men and 38 ladies. There were 16 skaters in each of the single skating disciplines (men's and ladies'), 10 pair skating teams, and 12 ice dancing team. The maximum number of entries that qualified by a National Olympic Committee was 2 per event, making 12 (6 men, 6 ladies) the maximum number of entries that a country could qualify.

If a country placed a skater in the first, second or third position in a 2011 World Junior Figure Skating Championships discipline they qualified for two spots in that discipline at the Youth Olympics.[2] All other nations could enter one athlete until a quota spot of 12 for each single event, 7 for pairs and 9 for ice dancing, was reached. There were further four spots for each single event and three spots for pairs/ice dancing at the 2011–12 ISU Junior Grand Prix.[1]

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