Golden Bear of Zagreb

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The Golden Bear (Croatian: Zlatni medvjed) is an ISU annual international and inter-club figure skating competition held in Zagreb, Croatia. Held since 1986, the event is organized by the Medveščak figure skating club. It is the equivalent of the Golden Spin of Zagreb intended for Junior and Novice skaters, as well as skaters below the Novice level (Cubs and Chicks). In 2012, senior-level events were added. Skaters may compete in three disciplines: men's singles, ladies' singles, and pair skating.

Senior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Senior men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2012 Austria Mario Rafael Ionian Croatia Josip Gluhak No other competitors
2013 United Kingdom David Richardson Hungary Kristof Forgo Hungary Márton Markó [1]
2014 Not held [2]
2015 Finland Matthias Versluis United Kingdom Peter James Hallam Slovenia David Kranjec [3]
2016 France Kévin Aymoz United Kingdom Phillip Harris Switzerland Stéphane Walker [4]

Ladies[edit]

Senior ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2012 Austria Kerstin Frank Slovenia Nika Cerič Italy Roberta Rodeghiero
2013 Russia Nikol Gosviani Slovenia Daša Grm Italy Carol Bressanutti [1]
2014 Italy Carol Bressanutti Slovenia Daša Grm Austria Sophie Almassy [2]
2015 Sweden Linnea Mellgren Austria Lara Roth Italy Carol Bressanutti [3]
2016 France Laurine Lecavelier Italy Giada Russo Germany Nicole Schott [4]

Junior medalists[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Junior men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996 Slovenia Gregor Urbas Slovenia Andrej Gorkič No other competitors
1997 Slovenia Janez Špoljar Italy Andrea Livi Turkey Tayfun Anar [5]
1998 Slovenia Gregor Urbas Germany Florian Just Germany Michael Ganser [6]
1999 Slovenia Gregor Urbas Finland Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari South Africa Matthew Wilkinson [7]
2000 France Thomas Dussous Slovenia Gregor Urbas Israel Vadim Akolzin [8]
2001 Israel Sergei Kotov Turkey Alper Uçar Slovenia Damjan Ostojič [9]
2002 Finland Mikko Minkkinen Finland Visa Tuominen Turkey Alper Uçar [10]
2003 Czech Republic Pavel Kaška Slovenia Luka Čadež Czech Republic Michal Matloch [11]
2004 Croatia Boris Martinec Turkey Kutay Eryoldas Croatia Josip Gluhak [12]
2005 United Kingdom Thomas Paulson Croatia Josip Gluhak Croatia Boris Martinec [13]
2006 Austria Severin Kiefer Austria Tobias Steindl Germany Juriy Gnilozubov [14]
2007 Switzerland Mikael Redin Germany Martin Rappe Croatia Boris Martinec [15]
2008 Event cancelled
2009 Croatia Ivor Mikolčević No other competitors [16]
2010 Event cancelled
2011 Croatia Mislav Blagojević Austria Manuel Drechsler No other competitors [17]
2012 Hungary Kristof Forgo Austria Albert Mueck Slovenia Krištof Brezar [18]
2013 United Kingdom Charlie Parry-Evans Hungary Alexander Borovoj Slovenia Krištof Brezar [1]
2014 Italy Alessandro Fadini Slovenia Krištof Brezar Croatia Steven Spencer Baker [2]
2015 Italy Daniel Grassl Italy Jari Kessler United Kingdom Josh Brown [3]
2016 Italy Daniel Grassl Switzerland Nurullah Sahaka France Maxence Collet [4]

Junior ladies[edit]

Junior ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995 Slovenia Melita Čelesnik
1996
1997 Finland Kati Simola Austria Karin Brandstätter Slovenia Anja Beslic [5]
1998 Germany Andrea Diewald Germany Nina Sackerer Germany Veronica Diewald [6]
1999 Czech Republic Lucie Krausová Germany Stephanie Lotterschmid Finland Mari Hirvonen [7]
2000 Croatia Idora Hegel Germany Eva-Maria Fitze Germany Stephanie Lotterschmid [8]
2001 Croatia Idora Hegel Slovenia Anja Bratec Slovenia Teodora Poštič [9]
2002 Belarus Kristina Mikhailova Luxembourg Fleur Maxwell Slovenia Darja Škrlj [10]
2003 Czech Republic Jana Sýkorová Croatia Željka Krizmanić Slovenia Kaja Otovic [11]
2004 Finland Henriikka Hietaniemi Croatia Željka Krizmanić Germany Kristina Geissler [12]
2005 Russia Alexandra Ievleva Croatia Željka Krizmanić Croatia Franka Vugec [13]
2006 Sweden Linnea Mellgren Germany Katharina Gierok Hungary Katherina Hadford [14]
2007 Germany Nicole Gurny Switzerland Virginie Clerc Sweden Linnea Mellgren [15]
2008 Event cancelled
2009 Slovenia Patricia Gleščič Croatia Mirna Librić Slovenia Daša Grm [16]
2010 Event cancelled
2011 Italy Elettra Olivotto Italy Amella Schwienbacher Finland Noora Ikonen [17]
2012 Hungary Ivett Toth Finland Seidi Rantanen Finland Evelina Viljanen [18]
2013 Slovenia Pina Umek Hungary Bianka Friesz Italy Alessia Zardini [1]
2014 Austria Violette Ivanoff Croatia Antonia Banović Austria Alexandra Philippova [2]
2015 South Korea Choi Yu-jin Italy Rebecca Ghilardi United Kingdom Anna Litvinenko [3]
2016 United States Starr Andrews Sweden Lisa Lager United States Ashley Kim [4]

Junior pairs[edit]

Junior pairs
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2003 Austria Sabrina Immervoll / Daniel Lobenwein No other competitors

Advanced novice medalists[edit]

Advanced novice men[edit]

Advanced novice men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997 Netherlands Michael Lim Austria Stefen Hofer No other competitors [5]
1998 Belarus Dmitri Malochnikau Turkey Alper Uçar No other competitors [6]
1999 Switzerland Jamal Othman Czech Republic Tomáš Verner Czech Republic Tomáš Janečko [7]
2000 Czech Republic Tomaš Janecko Andorra Marc Casal No other competitors [8]
2001 Croatia Tomislav Bišćan South Africa Konrad Giering Slovenia Urban Kalsek [9]
2002 Austria Viktor Pfeifer Slovenia Urban Kalsek Croatia Josip Gluhak [10]
2003 Turkey Kutay Eryoldas Croatia Josip Gluhak Turkey Emre Ergenc [11]
2004 Turkey Ali Demirboga Turkey Murat Can Kayabac No other competitors [12]
2005 United Kingdom Daniel King Australia John Mathew Tinson No other competitors [13]
2006 Sweden Richard Lundberg Slovenia Matic Hrovat Croatia Borna Blagojević [14]
2007 Czech Republic Petr Coufal Switzerland Sergey Balashov No other competitors [15]
2008 Event cancelled
2009 Croatia Mislav Blagojević Croatia Tomislav Mikulandrić Croatia Steven Baker [16]
2010 Event cancelled
2011 Slovenia Krištof Brezar Croatia Steven Spencer Baker Croatia Tomislav Mikulandrić [17]
2012 Hungary Alexander Borovoj Hungary Mate Borocz Croatia Steven Spencer Baker [18]
2013 Slovenia Matej Gregorc Slovenia Michael Chrastecky No other competitors [1]
2014 Italy Daniel Grassl No other competitors [2]
2015 Austria Anton Skoficz No other competitors [3]
2016 Italy Filippo Donghi France François Pitot Italy Alessandro Zarbo [4]

Advanced novice ladies[edit]

Advanced novice ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995 Slovenia Alenka Mrak Slovenia Anja Beslič
1996
1997 Croatia Lena Petreković Slovenia Darja Škrlj Slovenia Teodora Poštič [5]
1998 Japan Hireo Kakisawa Turkey Elif Ulas Turkey Papatya Dokmeci [6]
1999 Czech Republic Barbora Ulehlová Finland Henna Hietala Finland Sari Hakola [7]
2000 France Celine Lacour Czech Republic Jana Sýkorová Germany Marion Riedel [8]
2001 Luxembourg Fleur Maxwell South Africa Megan Allely Turkey Beril Bektas [9]
2002 Sweden Matilda Rang Germany Kristina Geissler Poland Ilona Senderek [10]
2003 South Korea Kim Yuna Turkey Buse Coskun Bulgaria Raia Zaharieva [11]
2004 Russia Anastasia Dudina Slovenia Ana Štublar Turkey Ekin Doganay [12]
2005 Slovenia Ana Štublar Austria Alessandra Laurencik United Kingdom Yuen Tung Chiu [13]
2006 Austria Stina Martini Italy Victoria Manni Germany Kristina Semjonow [14]
2007 Czech Republic Jana Jechová Finland Timila Shrestha Czech Republic Patrície Ježková [15]
2008 Event cancelled
2009 Slovakia Erika Viteková Croatia Lorelaj Lukačin Croatia Antonija Mraović [16]
2010 Event cancelled
2011 Finland Lotta Malinen Slovenia Patricija Juren Slovenia Zala Linea Rutar [17]
2012 Finland Emmi Peltonen Austria Lara Roth Austria Alisa Stomakhina [18]
2013 Slovenia Lara Guček Slovenia Maruša Udrih Croatia Christina Baker [1]
2014 Italy Claudia Martinelli Italy Sara Boschiroli Hungary Dora Nagy [2]
2015 Croatia Hana Kosić Austria Sophia Schaller Hungary Dora Nagy [3]
2016 United States Kaitlyn Nguyen United States Audrey Shin United States Pooja Kalyan [4]

Advanced novice pairs[edit]

Advanced novice pairs
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2011 Italy Giulia Foresti / Leo Luca Sforza Croatia Christina Baker / Steven Baker Croatia Lana Petranović / Tomislav Mikulandrić
2012 Croatia Christina Baker / Steven Baker Croatia Ivona Horvat / Tomislav Mikulandrić No other competitors

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f "26th Golden Bear of Zagreb". KKK Medvescak. 9 November 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Golden Bear 2015". KKK Medvescak. 22 November 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Golden Bear 2016". KKK Medvescak. October 2016. 
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  6. ^ a b c d "1998 Golden Bear of Zagreb". International Skating Union. December 1998. Archived from the original on 3 February 2003. 
  7. ^ a b c d "1999 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. December 1999. Archived from the original on 11 November 2014. 
  8. ^ a b c d "2000 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. December 2000. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d "2001 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. December 2001. Archived from the original on 11 November 2014. 
  10. ^ a b c d "2002 Golden Bear of Zagreb". International Skating Union. 23 May 2003. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  11. ^ a b c d "17th Golden Bear of Zagreb (2003)". Figure Skating Corner. 22 November 2003. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  12. ^ a b c d "2004 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. 4 December 2004. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  13. ^ a b c d "2005 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. 26 November 2005. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  14. ^ a b c d "2006 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Croatian Skating Union. 25 November 2006. Archived from the original on 20 March 2007. 
  15. ^ a b c d "2007 Golden Bear of Zagreb". Figure Skating Corner. 24 November 2007. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. 
  16. ^ a b c d "2009 Golden Bear of Zagreb". KKK Medvescak. Archived from the original on 2009-12-04. 
  17. ^ a b c d "23rd Golden Bear 2011". KKK Medvescak. 27 November 2011. 
  18. ^ a b c d "24th Golden Bear 2012". KKK Medvescak. 25 November 2012. 

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