Santa Claus Cup

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The Santa Claus Cup is an annual international figure skating competition organized by the Hungarian National Skating Federation. It is held every December in Budapest, Hungary. Medals are awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dancing at various levels which may include senior, junior, novice, and below.

Senior medalists[edit]

Senior men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2014 Spain Javier Raya Spain Felipe Montoya Austria Manuel Koll [1]
2015 Spain Felipe Montoya Austria Mario-Rafael Ionian Azerbaijan Larry Loupolover [2]
2016 Georgia (country) Moris Kvitelashvili Georgia (country) Irakli Maysuradze Spain Felipe Montoya [3]

Ladies[edit]

Senior ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2014 Hungary Ivett Tóth Italy Giada Russo Romania Julia Sauter [1]
2015 Czech Republic Eliška Březinová Hungary Ivett Tóth Luxembourg Fleur Maxwell [2]
2016 Hungary Ivett Tóth Brazil Isadora Williams Romania Julia Sauter [3]

Ice dancing[edit]

Senior ice dancing
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2014 Poland Natalia Kaliszek / Maksym Spodyriev Turkey Alisa Agafonova / Alper Ucar Italy Misato Komatsubara / Andrea Fabbri [1]
2015 Russia Tiffany Zahorski / Jonathan Guerreiro Italy Misato Komatsubara / Andrea Fabbri Ukraine Valeria Haistruk / Oleksiy Oliynyk [2]
2016 Spain Sara Hurtado / Kirill Khaliavin United Kingdom Lilah Fear / Lewis Gibson Switzerland Victoria Manni / Carlo Röthlisberger [3]

Junior medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Junior men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 Hungary Krisztián Andraska No other competitors [6]
2010 Romania Vlad Ionescu Hungary Kristóf Forgó United Kingdom Jamie Wright [7]
2011 United Kingdom Jack Newberry Hungary Kristóf Forgó Slovakia Marco Klepoch [8]
2012 Hungary Kristóf Forgó United Kingdom Charles Parry-Evans Italy Antonio Panfili [9]
2013 United Kingdom Charles Parry-Evans Slovakia Marco Klepoch Germany Christopher Huettl [10]
2014 Latvia Deniss Vasiļjevs Spain Hector Alonso Serrano Spain Aleix Gabara Xanco [1]
2015 Italy Daniel Grassl Ukraine Ivan Shmuratko Italy Simone Cervi [2]
2016 Italy Daniel Grassl Georgia (country) Nika Egadze Czech Republic Matyáš Bělohradský [3]

Ladies[edit]

Junior ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 Finland Emilia Simonen Hungary Regina Borbely Italy Silvia Monti [6]
2010 Finland Noora Pitkanen Finland Rosaliina Kuparinen Finland Reetta Romppanen [7]
2011 Italy Elettra Olivotto Finland Eveliina Viljanen Germany Henriette Grassler [8]
2012 Bulgaria Anna Afonkina Hungary Ivett Tóth Italy Giada Russo [9]
2013 Hungary Ivett Tóth Italy Chiara Calderone Hungary Dorka Havasi [10]
2014 Hungary Fruzsina Medgyesi Hungary Júlia Bátori Slovakia Alexandra Hagarová [1]
2015 Germany Annika Hocke Denmark Pernille Sørensen Finland Petra Laakkonen [2]
2016 Czech Republic Dahyun Ko Austria Sophia Schaller Israel Paige Conners [3]

Ice dancing[edit]

Junior ice dancing
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 Hungary Dóra Turóczi / Balázs Major Russia Angelina Telegina / Valentin Molotov Uzbekistan Maria Popkova / Viktor Kovalenko [6]
2010 United Kingdom Charlotte Aiken / Josh Whidborne Germany Juliane Haslinger / Tom Finke Kazakhstan Karina Uzurova / Ilias Ali [7]
2011 Russia Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin France Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron Ukraine Daria Korotitskaya / Maksym Spodyriev [8]
2012 Ukraine Oleksandra Nazarova / Maksym Nikitin Italy Sofia Sforza / Francesco Fioretti Russia Kristina Baklanova / Andrei Bagin [9]
2013 France Angélique Abachkina / Louis Thauron France Sarah-Marine Rouffanche / Geoffrey Brissaud Poland Natalia Kaliszek / Yaroslav Kurbakov [10]
2014 Hungary Carolina Moscheni / Ádám Lukács Russia Daria Rumiantseva / Dmitri Riabchenko Germany Katharina Müller / Tim Dieck [1]
2015 Italy Sara Ghislandi / Giona Terzo Ortenzi Russia Daria Rumiantseva / Dmitri Riabchenko Ukraine Anzhelika Yurchenko / Volodymyr Byelikov [2]
2016 Russia Sophia Litvinova / Aleksandr Balikov Russia Polina Ivanenko / Daniil Karpov United Kingdom Sasha Fear / Elliot Verburg [3]

Advanced novice medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Advanced novice men
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 Netherlands Thomas Kennes Croatia Mislav Blagojevic South Africa Tiaan Bessinger [6]
2010 Romania Cătălin Dimitrescu Romania Graţiano Dinu Austria Johannes Maierhofer [7]
2011 United Kingdom Graham Newberry Finland Kasperi Riihimaki Bulgaria Ivo Gatovski [8]
2012 Italy Adrien Bannister Hungary Alexander Borovoj Bulgaria Ivo Gatovski [9]
2013 United Kingdom Josh Brown Slovakia Simon Fukas Hungary Balázs Nagy [10]
2014 France Adam Siao Him Fa Spain Tomas Llorenc Guarino Germany Florian Paschke [1]
2015 Austria Anton Skoficz France Yann Frechon Ukraine Mykola Nazarenko [2]
2016 Germany Michal Savitskiy Turkey Alp Eren Özkan Turkey Ömer Efe Sayıcı [3]

Ladies[edit]

Advanced novice ladies
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 Germany Lavinja Lambert Czech Republic Jana Coufalová Czech Republic Laura Raszyková [6]
2010 Italy Elettra Olivotto Hungary Ivett Tóth Finland Emilia Toikkanen [7]
2011 Finland Liubov Efimenko Hungary Georgina Kantor Hungary Ivett Tóth [8]
2012 Divided into two groups by birth year:
(1997–1999) Finland Oona Oounasvuori Germany Meike Römpler Hungary Fruzsina Medgyesi [9]
(1999–2002) Slovakia Nina Letenayová Latvia Darja Šatibelko Finland Jade Rautiainen [9]
2013 United Kingdom Kloé Rozgonyi Slovakia Alexandra Hagarová Slovakia Nina Letenayová [10]
2014 Ukraine Anastasiya Arkhypova Mexico Andrea Montesinos Hungary Zsuzsanna Osváth [1]
2015 Ukraine Anastasiya Arkhypova Bulgaria Alexandra Feigin Finland Enja Ruokonen [2]
2016 Israel Maya Gorodnitsky Hungary Júlia Láng Hungary Csenge Rabb [3]

Ice dancing[edit]

Advanced novice ice dancing
Year Gold Silver Bronze Details
2007 [4]
2008 [5]
2009 United Kingdom Helen Wray / Jack Finerty Germany Viviane Roscher / Tony Benjamin Engelhardt Italy Marta Frattini / Leoluca Sforza [6]
2010 United Kingdom Annika Maczka / Henry Aiken Germany Leah Magdalena Steffan / Benjamin Steffan Germany Caroline Achatz / Maximilian Achatz [7]
2011 Germany Loreen Geiler / Sven Miersch Ukraine Anzhelika Yurchenko / Vadym Kravtsov Germany Nga Nguyen Thanh / Theo Bauta [8]
2012 France Sarah-Marine Rouffanche / Geoffrey Brissaud Ukraine Anzhelika Yurchenko / Vadym Kravtsov Ukraine Darya Popova / Volodymyr Nakisko [9]
2013 Ukraine Darya Popova / Volodymyr Nakisko Russia Eva Zaporozhskaya / Alexander Balykov Ukraine Olga Giglava / Oleksandr Siroshtan [10]
2014 Russia Eva Zaporozhskaya / Alexander Balykov Russia Ekaterina Kuznetsova / Dmitri Parkhomenko Ukraine Kseniya Dubivka / Vadym Kravtsov [1]
2015 Belarus Katsiaryna Sapazhenkava / Raman Balanovich Ukraine Zlata Iefymenko / Vadym Kolesnyk Hungary Greta Anheuer / Dávid Bence Ujj [2]
2016 Russia Ekaterina Andreeva / Ivan Desyatov Ukraine Maria Nosovitska / Mykhailo Nosovitskyi Estonia Jessenia Tsenkman / Marko Jevgeni Gaidajenko [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2014 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. Archived from the original on 6 May 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2015 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. Archived from the original on 25 March 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2016 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. November 2016. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "2007 Santa Claus Cup". Figure Skating Corner. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f "2008 Santa Claus Cup". Figure Skating Corner. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f "2009 Santa Claus Cup". Figure Skating Corner. Archived from the original on 5 February 2015. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f "2010 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. Archived from the original on 26 April 2012. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f "2011 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. Archived from the original on 24 December 2011. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g "2012 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f "2013 Santa Claus Cup". Hungarian Skating Association. Archived from the original on 18 February 2015. 

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