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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 01 Jul 2011, 07:10

Этапы распределены. А вы что думаете об этом?:
http://www.sports.ru/tribuna/blogs/qwessta/206847.html
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 02 Jul 2011, 03:17

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ISU распределил фигуристов по этапам Гран-при сезона-2011/2012

МОСКВА, 27 июн - РИА Новости. Международный союз конькобежцев (ISU) в понедельник обнародовал итоги распределения фигуристов по этапам серии Гран-при предстоящего сезона, которая начнется турниром Skate America 21-23 октября 2011 года и завершится в Москве соревнованиями Cup of Russia 25-27 ноября, сообщает официальный сайт ISU.

Сборная России получит максимальное представительство на домашнем этапе Гран-при - по три участника в каждом виде программы. На данный момент на московский турнир официально заявлены Юко Кавагути/Александр Смирнов, Катарина Гербольдт/Александр Энберт (спортивные пары), Екатерина Боброва/Дмитрий Соловьев, Екатерина Рязанова/Илья Ткаченко (танцы на льду), Артур Гачинский, Сергей Воронов, Софья Бирюкова, Алена Леонова и Аделина Сотникова (одиночное катание).

Имена еще трех российских участников Cup of Russia в парном и мужском одиночном катании, а также в танцах на льду станут известны позднее. Предполагается, что в Москве выступит олимпийский чемпион Евгений Плющенко, вернувший себе в этом месяце любительский статус.

Из наиболее интересных иностранных участников Cup of Russia можно выделить экс-чемпионку мира из Японии Мао Асаду и Киру Корпи из Финляндии, экс-чемпиона Европы чеха Томаша Вернера, чемпионов мира в танцах на льду американцев Мэрил Дэвис/Чарли Уайта, чемпионов мира в парном катании Алену Савченко и Робина Шолковы из Германии.

На турнире Skate America, который пройдет 21-23 октября в городе Онтарио, штат Калифорния, состоится возвращение на лед чемпиона Игр-2010 в Ванкувере американца Эвана Лайсачека. Из россиян на Skate America выступят Вера Базарова/Юрий Ларионов (парное катание), Ксения Монько/Кирилл Халявин (танцы на льду) и Ксения Макарова (женское одиночное катание).

Неделей позже в канадский город Миссисога (провинция Онтарио) на турнир Skate Canada отправятся серебряные призеры чемпионата мира-2011 в парном катании Татьяна Волосожар/Максим Траньков, еще одна российская спортивная пара Любовь Илюшечкина/Нодари Маисурадзе, танцоры Рязанова/Ткаченко и Екатерина Пушкаш/Джонатан Гурейро, одиночницы Леонова и Елизавета Туктамышева. На домашнем канадском турнире выступят чемпион мира-2011 Патрик Чан и олимпийские чемпионы Ванкувера Тесса Вирчу/Скотт Мойр.

Третий этап Гран-при - Cup of China - пройдет в Шанхае 4-6 ноября. Из россиян в нем примут участие Гачинский, Сотникова, Макарова, Боброва/Соловьев, Монько/Халявин, Кавагути/Смирнов.

На NHK Trophy, четвертом этапе Гран-при, в японском городе Саппоро через неделю выступят россияне Елена Ильиных/Никита Кацалапов (танцы на льду), Кавагути/Смирнов, Илюшечкина/Маисурадзе, одиночники Константин Меньшов и Леонова.

Пятый, предпоследний, этап Гран-при состоится в Париже 18-20 ноября. В столице Франции из россиян выступят Туктамышева, Ильиных/Кацалапов и еще одна танцевальная пара Кристина Горшкова/Виталий Бутиков, спортивные пары Волосожар/Траньков, Базарова/Ларионов и Ксения Столбова/Федор Климов.

Финал Гран-при-2011/2012 состоится в канадском городе Квебек-Сити 8-11 декабря.
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby Irisha2010 » 02 Jul 2011, 21:44

Я не поняла ФГП разве не в Сочи?
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby Таня » 02 Jul 2011, 23:36

Irisha2010 wrote:Я не поняла ФГП разве не в Сочи?

В Сочи, только... в 2012 году :-):
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 03 Jul 2011, 03:54

http://www.universalsports.com/news-blo ... 39253.html
http://www.universalsports.com/news-blo ... 39254.html

What to watch for: 2011 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating

The 2011 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating assignments were announced Monday. Read UniversalSports.com's immediate reactions to the lineups. What has us excited about the upcoming Grand Prix Season? We break it down event by event.

Skate America - men's field

We got this one completely wrong. When an insider Tweeted there was a surprise in store for the Grand Prix, we guessed Yevgeny Plushenko would be back on the list, not 2010 Olympic champion Evan Lysacek.

We have been told Lysacek is in the "early stages" of training, so we will have to wait and see if he will in fact compete in the fall Grand Prix. If he does compete, Skate America will mark Lysacek's first competition since winning the Olympic gold medal in February 2010 - about 20 months. The time away does not concern us, however. Lysacek is known for his consistency and will likely compete only if he is ready to win.

Lysacek would take on the best of the "next generation" at Skate America - reigning world silver medalist Takahiko Kozuka (JPN), Michal Brezina (CZE), and Florent Amodio (FRA) - not to mention teammate Richard Dornbush, the highest U.S. men's finisher at 2011 Worlds (ninth).

Also of note: The return of two world medalists who missed the 2010-11 season due to injury - China's Zhang Dan & Zhang Hao (pairs) and Laura Lepisto of Finland. Plus, world champions Meryl Davis & Charlie White make their season debut.

Skate Canada - Men's and ladies' fields

Russian phenom Yelizaveta Tuktamysheva faces a mini version of U.S. Nationals in Rachael Flatt, Mirai Nagasu, and Ashley Wagner. Tuktamysheva, the 2011 world junior silver medalist, makes her senior international debut and with a triple-triple to her credit, the Americans will need to up their game. Maturity may be a factor here, however, as the U.S. ladies have several years of senior Grand Prix experience already.

On the men's side, the past two world champions face off in reigning champion Patrick Chan (at home in Canada) and Daisuke Takahashi of Japan. We give the early edge to Chan. Takahashi struggled with the quad last season, which he will need to challenge Chan, and also had surgery in May to remove a screw from his knee.

Also of note: Olympic champion ice dancers Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir make their season debut, as do the exciting Russian pair of Tatyana Volosozhar & Maksim Trankov, the world silver medalists.

Cup of China - Ladies' field

World junior champion Adelina Sotnikova of Russia makes her senior Grand Prix debut in China where she will meet former U.S. champion Mirai Nagasu and Kanako Murakami of Japan. Again, the maturity factor favors Nagasu here, but she does not have a consistent triple-triple (as of last season) like Murakami and Sotnikova. And let's remember - Murakami proved last season that a solid triple-triple will stand up in the Grand Prix Series - she medaled at every event, including the Final, in her own senior debut last season.

Also of note: Brian Joubert continues his quest to win every Grand Prix event (at least once). Cup of China is the missing link. Joubert finished fourth at the event last season and he will have to defeat two-time U.S. champion Jeremy Abbott and Nobunari Oda of Japan in order to achieve that goal in 2011. (And another group of "next gens" in Dornbush, world bronze medalist Artur Gachinski of Russia, and 2010 world junior champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan.)

Grand Prix of Japan - Ladies' field

Mao Asada makes her season debut at home in Japan. The 2010 world champion comes off a disappointing post-Olympic season and looks to reassert herself as the one to beat. With reigning world champion Miki Ando and 2010 Olympic champion Yuna Kim opting out of the Grand Prix Series, if Asada can come out strong in the fall she can enter the championship half of the season (Jan.-March) as the favorite. However, the Japanese superstar has been known to start slow and build as the season progresses. If she is inconsistent in Sapporo, she could be challenged by Americans Agnes Zawadzki and Ashley Wagner.

Also of note: The top two Japanese men go head-to-head in world silver medalist Takahiko Kozuka and 2010 world champ Daisuke Takahashi. They'll have the edge over a trio of young Americans - Armin Mahbanoozadeh, Ross Miner, and Brandon Mroz. Plus, newly engaged Pang Qing & Tong Jian (CHN) face reigning world champs Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy (GER). And in ice dance - young talent is on display with Maia & Alex Shibutani (USA), Russians Yelena Ilinykh & Nikita Katsalapov, and Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje of Canada.

Grand Prix of France - Men's field

The Grand Prix of France men's field may be the most exciting of the series. Should Evan Lysacek's return to the Grand Prix be realized, he would face reigning world champion Patrick Chan in Paris. Will Lysacek come back with a quad (or two) and challenge Chan? Add Brian Joubert and Nobunari Oda to the mix, another quad man in Michal Brezina, and the stylish Florent Amodio (FRA) and Adam Rippon (USA) and we've got ourselves a world-class competition.

Also of note: A showdown between beauty and style v. technical firepower and charisma. Alissa Czisny and Carolina Kostner face Kanako Murakami and Yelizaveta Tuktamysheva. Also, Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat take advantage of the new rule and skate their third event, this time at home against Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir.

Cup of Russia - Ladies' field

Mao Asada will likely be a step above two weeks prior in Japan and will have to be in order to hold off home crowd favorite and world junior champion Adelina Sotnikova. Also in the field, Americans Rachael Flatt, Agnes Zawadzki, and Christina Gao - plus, don't count out Russian Alena Leonova and Kiira Korpi of Finland. A strong ladies' competition to cap off the Grand Prix Series - sounds good to us.
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby Irisha2010 » 03 Jul 2011, 20:08

Таня wrote:
Irisha2010 wrote:Я не поняла ФГП разве не в Сочи?

В Сочи, только... в 2012 году :-):
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Танюша,спасибо совсем плохая, а я мужа убалтываю в этом году на ФГП отпустить в Сочи.
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 04 Jul 2011, 06:39

http://news.sport-express.ru/2011-07-01/447830/

Хохлова и Андреев – первые запасные на этапы "Гран-при"

Как стало известно "СЭ", российский дуэт Яна Хохлова/Федор Андреев являются первыми запасными на серию "Гран-при". Распределение на этапы ISU провел на прошлой неделе, при этом среди участников соревнований танцоров есть два дуэта, существование которых в данный момент под вопросом. Речь идет о представителях Венгрии Норе Хоффман и Максиме Завозине, которые, по слухам, завершили любительскую карьеру, и чешском дуэте Люси Мысливечкова/Матей Новак, который, по всей видимости распался, поскольку партнерша в настоящее время ищет варианты для продолжения карьеры с кем-то другим. Если они снимутся с соревнований, по правилам ISU первыми в очереди будут Хохлова и Андреев. Дело в том, что в случае с новыми танцевальными и спортивными парами принимается в расчет лучший результат одного из партнеров на чемпионатах мира, если тот выходил в число 12 лучших (в паре с Сергеем Новицким Хохлова стала третьей в 2008 году, и это самый высокий результат из всех имеющихся на данный момент претендентов на место в "Гран-при"). Отметим, что в данный момент Хоффман/ Завозин заявлены на Skate America, а Мысливечкова/Новак - на Skate Canada. Напомним также, что у организаторов московского этапа Cup of Russia есть право отдать специальное приглашение одному российскому танцевальному дуэту. Кто его получит, станет известно позже
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 16 Jul 2011, 23:55

Grand Prix Series Evolves:
http://www.ifsmagazine.com/articles/551 ... es-evolves

The 2011-12 Grand Prix of Figure Skating events will play out differently next season.
The International Skating Union’s (ISU) Grand Prix committee has made major changes to both the junior and senior events.

“We want to raise the level of the senior Grand Prix,” said Peter Krick, chair of the ISU sports directorate. “We want to avoid the problems we experienced last season when invitations were extended to too many lower-level skaters.”

Invitations to the Grand Prix events will be extended to seeded skaters later than in the past. This will also likely eliminate the issues that occurred last season, when athletes such as Yu-Na Kim, withdrew because their plans had changed.

This season only 10 singles skaters will be invited rather than 12; there will be eight ice dance teams (down from 10) and eight pairs teams.

The top six ranked skaters and teams from the 2011 World Championships will have the right to compete at three Grand Prix events, just as they could in the first years of the Series. Skaters will have to identify, in advance, which two of the three will be point earners, but are eligible to win prize money at every event.

As with previous years, the top 12 from 2011 Worlds will receive two Grand Prix assignments. The top 24 from last season will be offered at least one.

In order to be eligible for a Grand Prix assignment, skaters and teams will have to have earned a minimum number of points at any international competition that was on the ISU calendar last season. They also may earn these points at one of the international B-level competitions that are held in the weeks prior to the Grand Prix.

It was originally planned that the minimum points required would be two-thirds of the top point earner’s score from the previous season. However, this may change.

“Both Patrick Chan and Meryl Davis and Charlie White earned an incredibly high number of points in Moscow,” Krick explained. "If we used this premise, some fairly good skaters would be excluded. We are rethinking this.” (As an example, two-thirds of Chan’s 280.98 score at Worlds would be 187.32 points).

The upside is that competitions such as Nebelhorn Trophy, Ondrej Nepela Memorial, Finlandia Trophy, Cup of Nice and the NRW Trophy will take on more importance now.

“We are thinking of putting the winners of these competitions at the top of the substitute list,” Krick said. “The disadvantage for skaters training in North America or Asia has been that all B-level competitions are held in Europe. Those skaters always have to travel, making it a more expensive venture.”

In mid-May, the ISU designated the Thornhill Summer Skate in Ontario, Canada and the Asian Figure Skating Trophy in Dongguan City, China as B-level competitions next season.

The substitute lists will be changed, updated and published on the ISU homepage after each fall competition. Substitute skaters will be selected according to either their personal best from the prior season or from a fall competition.

Federations will no longer be able to play politics by inviting skaters from nations they favor, nor from those where travel expenses are lower because the skater(s) train in close proximity to the event.

Skaters who previously ranked in the top six but sat out a season are eligible to be put on the list. This would be important for people like Joannie Rochette or Evan Lysacek if they decide to return to competition.

The bad news is that the top three junior skaters and teams from the 2011 season are no longer guaranteed a senior Grand Prix assignment.

For financial reasons, only six skaters and couples in each discipline will qualify for the Junior Grand Prix Final next season.
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby cekoni » 23 Jul 2011, 10:16

NBC Sports, Universal Sports, U.S. Figure Skating Announce Broadcast Schedule for 2011 ISU Grand Prix Series:
http://www.usfsa.org/Story.asp?id=46360&type=media
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Re: ISU Гран При 2011/2012 || ISU Gran Prix series 2011/12

Postby Kudryavka » 26 Jul 2011, 19:36

ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Announcement

The ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Announcement and Grand Prix of Figure Skating Announcement Final is available for download. Access the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating page.
http://isu.sportcentric.net/db//files/serve.php?id=2726 (PDF 106 KB)



cekoni wrote:http://evgeni-plushenko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=237&p=54565&hilit=minimum+score#p54565

This season, in order for a skater/couple to be eligible to compete at a Grand Prix event, a minimum score must be achieved. Detailed information on the minimum score will be published in the Grand Prix general announcement in mid July.

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2.3 Minimum Score for Grand Prix events

Each entrant to the Grand Prix six (6) events must meet the minimum score to be included in the entry or the alternate list. For the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating season 2011/12, the minimum scores are:

    • Men 168,60
    • Ladies 117,48
    • Pairs 130,71
    • Ice Dance 111,15

Skaters/couples who have scored at least the above mentioned limit in an ISU Championships, ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating and Final (Senior or Junior) between July 1st, 2010 and May 31st, 2011 are eligible for selection into the Grand Prix events 2011/12 or in the alternate list. The minimum score is the 2/3 of the highest points scored for Short Program/Short Dance and Free Skating/Free Dance, skated at the World Figure Skating Championships 2011 in Moscow. “Skaters/couples, placed in the top 75 Season’s best (season 2010/11) are placed on the alternate list. However those who need to score the minimum score as listed above can do so in the following International Competitions only:

    • Nebelhorn-Trophy 2011 (2011/09/21 - 2011/09/24)
    • Ondrej Nepela Trophy 2011 (2011/09/29 - 2011/10/02)
    • Finlandia Trophy 2011 (2011/10/06 - 2011/10/09)
    • Cup of Nice 2011 (2011/10/26 - 2011/10/30)
    • Ice Challenge in Graz 2011 (2011/11/01 - 2011/11/06)
    • NRW Ice Dance Trophy 2011
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