ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19 - Overview; event #1; qualifying for GPF

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19

Post by Elizabeth » Sat Aug 25, 2018 6:50 am

kittykins wrote:
Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:27 am
Although I guess we can't really compare a senior event to junior one completely, here are their final point totals in summary...

At GTSA Summer Skate:
Nam: 262.11
Keegan: 242.07

JGP: Stephen 226.63

This will be an interesting Nationals in January. Guess those are "likely" to be the top 3.

Well, off to bed..."early" start tomorrow.
I look forward to being there and won't count out any possibilities at this time - ice is slippery ;)

One really should never compare across events and certainly never between junior and senior - for the latter the program time and the elements are different; looking at the marks between CDN judging panels and international ones brings in yet another element of non-comparison.

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19

Post by kittykins » Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:19 pm

Elizabeth wrote:
Sat Aug 25, 2018 6:50 am

I look forward to being there and won't count out any possibilities at this time - ice is slippery ;)

One really should never compare across events and certainly never between junior and senior - for the latter the program time and the elements are different; looking at the marks between CDN judging panels and international ones brings in yet another element of non-comparison.
Yes, that was what I was meaning and you made a good point about the difference in length of the performances. I think undoubtedly anything could happen.

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19 - Event #1 - Bratislava

Post by Elizabeth » Sat Aug 25, 2018 4:56 pm

Well, the first event in this season's JGP is over - champions were identified in all disciplines. The results and detailed protocols are all available here: http://www.isuresults.com/results/seaso ... gpsvk2018/

The Russian anthem was played 3 times and the Canadian anthem should have been played once but someone slipped up/lost the audio file!

Here's Ted Barton's interview with the Jr. ladies champion: https://youtu.be/sf-YsvSPFZo

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19 - Overview & event #1

Post by Elizabeth » Sat Aug 25, 2018 6:55 pm

I've opened a new thread for the next event.

You can go to the YouTube channel at any time to see archived videos from Event #1 (Bratislava).

In the meantime, you might find this interesting:

JGP 2018/19 Standings (toward determining entries in the JGP Final in Vancouver)- by discipline (updated after each event):

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19 - Overview & event #1

Post by kittykins » Sat Aug 25, 2018 11:12 pm

Thanks. That's really horrible about the national anthem. All the Canadians could have sung it together.

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Re: ISU Jr. Grand Prix 2018/19 - Overview & event #1

Post by Elizabeth » Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:07 am

Apparently the changes in scoring for this season (GOE values) were not properly applied to the rhythm dance at Event #1. Revised scores have been released: Image


And the revised final total scores: http://www.isuresults.com/results/seaso ... T004RS.HTM

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Re: qualifying for GPF

Post by Elizabeth » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:31 pm

The standings in each of the disciplines can be found on the ISU site - these will determine who gets to compete at the GPF in Vancouver in December. Four of the seven events have now been completed and the standings have been updated:

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