ISU Junior Grand Prix in Slovakia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The ISU Junior Grand Prix in Slovakia (sometimes titled Grand Prize SNP or Skate Slovakia) is an international figure skating competition. Sanctioned by the International Skating Union, it is held in the autumn in some years as part of the JGP series. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Grand Prize SNP men's medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1970 Banská Bystrica East Germany Bernd Wunderlich Austria Ronald Koppelent Czechoslovakia Martin Kollar
1971 Banská Bystrica Austria Ronald Koppelent Germany Kurt Kürzinger France Gilles Beyer
1972 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Konstantin Kokora Czechoslovakia Pavel Prochazka East Germany Hermann Schulz
1973 Banská Bystrica East Germany Hermann Schulz Czechoslovakia Jan Hotarek Germany Alexander Brill
1974 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Sergei Shakhrai
1975 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Dusan Preisinger Austria Helmut Kristofics-Binder Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovcik
1977 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Jozef Sabovcik Soviet Union Alexei Sidorov East Germany Ralf Lewandowski
1978 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Alexei Sidorov Poland Grzegorz Filipowski Austria Thomas Hlavik
1979 Banská Bystrica East Germany Ralf Lewandowski Czechoslovakia Josef Senk Austria Thomas Hlavik
1980 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Petr Barna East Germany Alexander König Poland Andrzej Strzelec
1981 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Juri Bureiko Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Tomislav Cizmesija East Germany Nils Koepp
1982 Banská Bystrica East Germany Nils Koepp Poland Andrzej Strzelec France Alain Miquel
1983 Banská Bystrica Germany Daniel Weiss Czech Republic Pavel Vanco Czechoslovakia Karel Kovar
1984 Banská Bystrica United States Rudy Galindo France Axel Mederic Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Suchy
1985 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Roman Koudriatsev Soviet Union Pavel Tchernoussov Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Suchy
1986 Banská Bystrica East Germany Mirko Eichhorn Germany Attila Sekillioglu Soviet Union Roman Koudriatsev
1987 Banská Bystrica East Germany Mirko Eichhorn United Kingdom Stephen Cousins Soviet Union Chebeko
1988 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Minayev Romania Cornel Gheorghe East Germany Thomas Dörmer
1989 Banská Bystrica East Germany Thomas Dörmer East Germany Mirko Müller France Alexandre Orset
1991 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Artur Stepanyan France Stephane Morel Poland Zbigniew Komorowski
1993 Banská Bystrica France Stanick Jeanette Slovakia Robert Kazimir France Frederic Dambier
1997 Banská Bystrica Bulgaria Ivan Dinev Russia Pavel Kersha Slovakia Juraj Sviatko
1998 Banská Bystrica United States Johnny Weir Czech Republic Lukáš Rakowski United Kingdom Matthew Davies
Skate Slovakia (Part of the ISU Junior Series) men's medalists
2002 Bratislava Russia Alexander Shubin Japan Nobunari Oda France Yannick Ponsero
2003 Bratislava Russia Andrei Griazev Japan Nobunari Oda Canada Christopher Mabee
2005 Bratislava Russia Alexander Uspenski United States Stephen Carriere Germany Philipp Tischendorf [1]
2013 Košice Japan Keiji Tanaka China Zhang He Russia Mikhail Kolyada [2]
2015 Bratislava Canada Roman Sadovsky United States Vincent Zhou Argentina Denis Margalik [3]

Ladies[edit]

Grand Prize SNP woman's medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1970 Banská Bystrica East Germany Carola Niebling
1971 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Richterova Germany Renate Conrad Czechoslovakia Stacekova
1972 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Olga Hraskova Czechoslovakia Iva Cibulkova Soviet Union Litvinova
1973 Banská Bystrica Austria Sonja Stanek Austria Winkler Romania Gabriela Voica
1974 Banská Bystrica East Germany Carola Weissenberg
1975 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Tatiana Michailova Austria Claudia Kristofics-Binder East Germany Elke Wiersing
1977 Banská Bystrica Germany Petra Ernert Soviet Union Tatiana Michailova East Germany Jeanette Kubaneck
1978 Banská Bystrica Austria Andrea Rohm Soviet Union Anna Kondrashova Germany Eva Drometer
1979 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Barbora Knotkova Germany Fuchs East Germany Janina Wirth
1980 Banská Bystrica East Germany Nadia Romaniuk Poland Beata Nachrzter Soviet Union Gurevish
1981 Banská Bystrica United States Germany East Germany Karin Hendschke
1982 Banská Bystrica East Germany Simone Koch Czechoslovakia Gabriela Ballova Germany Ingrid Karl
1983 Banská Bystrica United States Jana Sjodin Germany Ingrid Karl East Germany Inga Gauter
1984 Banská Bystrica East Germany Inga Gauter Soviet Union Elena Taranenko Czechoslovakia Iveta Voralova
1985 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Jana Petruskova Czechoslovakia Iveta Voralova Germany Patricia Wirth
1986 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Elena Kushnir East Germany Tanja Krienke North Korea Kim Song-Sul
1987 Banská Bystrica France Sandra Garde East Germany Kathleen Fenske CzechoslovakiaKaterina Mrazova
1988 Banská Bystrica France Laetitia Hubert East Germany Günther AustraliaTamara Heggen
1989 Banská Bystrica East Germany Cathrin Degler Soviet Union Tatiana Rashkova France Sarah Abitbol
1991 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Katerina Berankova Germany Claudia Unger Finland Kaisa Kella
1993 Banská Bystrica France Vanessa Gusmeroli United Kingdom [[]] Finland Jessica Grahn
Grand Prize SNP (Part of the ISU Junior Series) woman's medalists
1997 Banská Bystrica Russia Viktoria Volchkova United States Amber Corwin United States Erin Pearl
1998 Banská Bystrica Russia Viktoria Volchkova Hungary Tamara Dorofejev United States Erin Pearl
Skate Slovakia (Part of the ISU Junior Series) woman's medalists
2002 Bratislava Sweden Lina Johansson United States Alissa Czisny United States Natalie Mecher
2003 Bratislava Japan Mai Asada United States Katy Taylor Russia Olga Naidenova
2005 Bratislava South Korea Kim Yuna Japan Aki Sawada Georgia (country) Elene Gedevanishvili [1]
2013 Košice United States Karen Chen Russia Alexandra Proklova Japan Riona Kato [2]
2015 Bratislava Russia Polina Tsurskaya Japan Mai Mihara United States Vivian Le [3]

Pairs[edit]

Grand Prize SNP pairs' medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1970 Banská Bystrica East Germany Sylvia Konzack / Veit Kempe Poland Teresa Wrona / Ludwik Zabinski Hungary
1972 Banská Bystrica East Germany Katja Schubert / Knut Schubert Soviet Union Zoya Achinfeyeva / Sergei Kasko Czechoslovakia Ilona Urbanova / Ales Zach
1973 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Zoya Achinfeyeva / Sergei Kasko Czechoslovakia Ingrid Spieglova / Alan Spiegl East Germany Manuela Mager / Uwe Bewersdorff
1974 Banská Bystrica East Germany Petra Hümmler / Peter Repa
1979 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Ingrid Zenata / Rene Novotny Czechoslovakia Dragounova / Kozak Czechoslovakia Voralova / Slovik
1980 Banská Bystrica East Germany Katarina Barta / Tobias Schröter Czechoslovakia Dragounova / Kozak only two pairs
1983 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Olga Neizvestnaya / Sergei Khudiakov East Germany Manuela Landgraf / Ingo Steuer Soviet Union Ekaterina Gordeyeva / Sergei Grinkov
1984 Banská Bystrica East Germany Antje Schramm / Jens Müller Soviet Union Elena Gud / Evgeni Koltoun United States Ginger Tse / Archie Tse
1986 Banská Bystrica East Germany Antje Schramm / Jens Müller Soviet Union Karina Guzmasova / Sergej Petrovski North Korea Chuck Kim / Cho Jong-Nam
1988 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Svetachova / Shagov Poland Beata Szymlowska / Mariusz Siudek East Germany
1989 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Oksana Ermakova / Alexei Letov Germany Jasmine Schützmeister / Jan Grüske-Weißenbach Australia Tracey Roberts / Stephen Roberts
1991 Banská Bystrica Poland Agnieszka Pihut / Marek Osowski Germany Bianca Sontag / Daniel Sontag
Grand Prize SNP (Part of the ISU Junior Series) pairs' medalists
1997 Banská Bystrica Russia Viktoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski France Sabrina Lefrançois / Nicolas Osseland United States Carissa Guild / Andrew Muldoon
1998 Banská Bystrica United States Laura Handy / Paul Binnebose Canada Jacinth Lariviere / Lenny Faustino Russia Svetlana Nikolaeva / Alexei Sokolov
Skate Slovakia (Part of the ISU Junior Series) pairs' medalists
2002 Bratislava Russia Julia Karbovskaya / Sergei Slavnov Canada Chantal Poirier / Jesse Sturdy United States Tiffany Vise / Laureano Ibarra
2003 Bratislava Russia Tatiana Kokoreva / Egor Golovkin Russia Anastasia Kuzmina / Stanislav Evdokimov United States Amy Howerton / Steven Pottenger
2005 Bratislava United States Mariel Miller / Rockne Brubaker Russia Valeria Simakova / Anton Tokarev Canada Theresa Mailling / Dominique Welsh [1]
2013 Košice Russia Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev Russia Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin Russia Oksana Nagalati / Maxim Bobrov
Italy Alessandra Cernuschi / Filippo Ambrosini
[2]
No pairs competition held in 2015

Nagalati and Bobrov were later disqualified from the competition due to a positive doping sample from Nagalati.

Ice dancing[edit]

Grand Prize SNP Ice dancing medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Details
1972 Banská Bystrica France Muriel Boucher / Yves Malatier United Kingdom Smith / Lankford France Marie-Joelle Michel / Frederic Garcin
1973 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Anna Pisánská / Jiří Musil France Marie-Joelle Michel / Frederic Garcin Italy Elisabetta Parisi / Marco Gobbo
1977 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Tatiana Durasova / Sergei Ponomarenko
1978 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Elena Batanova / Alexei Soloviev Hungary Judit Peterfy / Csaba Balint Soviet Union Oksana Gusakova / Genrich Sretenski
1979 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Romanova / Grashenkov Austria Maria Kniffer / Manfred Hübler Germany Petra Born / Rainer Schönborn
1980 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Elena Batanova / Alexei Soloviev Soviet Union Andrejeva / Makarovski Germany Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer
1983 Banská Bystrica Italy Stefania Calegari / Pasquale Camerlengo Poland Honorata Gorna / Andrzej Dostatni Czechoslovakia Dana Jendriskova / Roman Sabol
1984 Banská Bystrica United States Judie Balogh / Jerod Swallow Soviet Union Irina Stavrovskaya / Andrei Antonov France Isabelle Marcellin / Pascal Lavanchy
1985 Banská Bystrica France Corinne Paliard / Didier Courtois France Dominique Yvon / Frederic Palluel Italy Michela Malingambi / Andrea Gilardi
1986 Banská Bystrica Czechoslovakia Ivana Strondalova / Milan Brzy Czechoslovakia Monika Mandikova / Joura Germany Dehne / Dehne
1988 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Anjelika Krylova / Vladimir Leliuch Soviet Union Anikanova / Samuel Gesalian Czechoslovakia Zuzana Slobodova / Tomas Morbacher
1989 Banská Bystrica Soviet Union Ekaterina Proskurina / Oleg Fediukov Czechoslovakia Zuzana Slobodova / Tomas Morbacher United States Elizabeth-Anne Buhl / Neal Smull
1991 Banská Bystrica France Barbara Piton / Benjamin Delmas France Berangere Nau / Luc Moneger Czechoslovakia Radmila Chrobokova / Tomas Strondala
1993 Banská Bystrica Poland Anna Pruszynska / Marcin Wozniak France Isabelle Delobel / Olivier Schoenfelder Czechoslovakia Alena Kramplova / Jan Nerad
Grand Prize SNP (Part of the ISU Junior Series) Ice Dancing medalists
1997 Banská Bystrica Italy Flavia Ottaviani / Massimo Scali Russia Olga Pogosian / Alexander Kirsanov Ukraine Olga Kudym / Anton Tereschenko
1998 Banská Bystrica Russia Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev Ukraine Kristina Kobaladze / Oleg Voiko Germany Jill Vernekohl / Jan Luggenhoelscher
Skate Slovakia (Part of the ISU Junior Series) Ice dancing medalists
2002 Bratislava Russia Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev Ukraine Anna Zadorozhniuk / Sergei Verbillo Canada Siobhan Karam / Joshua McGrath
2003 Bratislava Russia Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev Ukraine Anna Zadorozhniuk / Sergei Verbillo United States Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin
2005 Bratislava Russia Natalia Mikhailova / Arkadi Sergeev Italy Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte United States Trina Pratt / Todd Gilles [1]
2013 Košice Russia Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons United States Holly Moore / Daniel Klaber [2]
2015 Bratislava United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd Russia Sofia Shevchenko / Igor Eremenko [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "2005 JGP Skate Slovakia". International Skating Union. 
  2. ^ a b c d "2013 JGP Kosice". International Skating Union. 
  3. ^ a b c "2015 JGP Bratislava". International Skating Union. 

External links[edit]