Thursday, November 15

Mens Technical Score Eligibility - Full Worlds, 4CC/Euros Lists

This is up-to-date information listing the male skaters who have reached the ISU minimum scores for the World Championships and European Championships/Four Continents Championships.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

BEL Jorik Hendrickx (questionable for Euros because of broken ankle)
BEL Kevin Van der Perren (no longer competing)
CAN Patrick Chan
CAN Kevin Reynolds
CAN Andrei Rogozine
CHN Boyang Jin (not age-eligible)
CHN Nan Song
CHN Han Yan
CZE Michal Brezina
CZE Tomas Verner
FRA Florent Amodio
FRA Chafik Besseghier
FRA Brian Joubert
GER Peter Liebers
GER Franz Streubel
ITA Paolo Bacchini
ITA Samuel Contesti (no longer competing)
JPN Yuzuru Hanyu
JPN Ryuju Hino
JPN Takahiko Kozuka
JPN Tatsuki Machida
JPN Takahito Mura
JPN Daisuke Murakami
JPN Kento Nakamura
JPN Nobunari Oda
JPN Daisuke Takahashi
JPN Keiji Tanaka
KAZ Denis Ten
POL Maciej Cieplucha
ROU Zoltan Kelemen
RUS Ivan Bariev
RUS Zhan Bush
RUS Artur Dmitriev
RUS Artur Gachinski
RUS Maxim Kovtun
RUS Konstantin Menshov
RUS Evgeny Plushenko
RUS Sergei Voronov
ESP Javier Fernandez
SWE Alexander Majorov
USA Max Aaron
USA Jeremy Abbott
USA Jason Brown
USA Stephen Carriere
USA Nathan Chen (not age-eligible)
USA Richard Dornbush
USA Joshua Farris
USA Armin Mahbanoozadeh
USA Keegan Messing
USA Ross Miner
USA Douglas Razzano
USA Adam Rippon
UZB Misha Ge

Entry List would be: BEL, CAN, CAN, CAN, CHN, CZE, CZE, FRA, FRA, FRA, GER, ITA, JPN, JPN, JPN, KAZ, POL, ROU, RUS, ESP, SWE, USA, USA, UZB

24 men maximum from 16 countries

Kazakhstan, Spain, and Italy would all have to give up the second entries earned in 2012.


In addition, all skaters above have qualified for Europeans or Four Continents, plus the following skaters.

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

AUT Mario-Rafael Ionian
AUT Manuel Koll
AUT Viktor Pfeifer
BLR Pavel Ignatenko
BLR Vitali Luchanok
BIH Damjan Ostojic (retired)
BUL Manol Atanassov
CZE Petr Coufal
CZE Pavel Kaska
CZE Tomas Kupka
DEN Justus Strid
EST Viktor Romanenkov
FIN Julian Lagus
FIN Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari (no longer competing?)
FIN Matthias Versluis
FIN Valtter Virtanen
FRA Alexi Dalrymple (age?)
FRA Simon Hocquaux
FRA Timofei Novaikin
FRA Noel Antoine Pierre
FRA Romain Ponsart
FRA Charles Tetar
GER Ivan Aldinger
GER Christopher Berneck
GER Paul Fentz
GER Martin Rappe
GER Niko Ulanovsky
GER Denis Wieczorek
GBR Peter James Hallam
GBR Phillip Harris
GBR Harry Mattick
GBR Jack Newberry
GBR Jason Thompson (status? not competing at Nationals)
ISR Alexei Bychenko
ITA Saverio Giacomelli
ITA Paul Bonifacio Parkinson
ITA Maurizio Zandron
MON Kim Lucine
POL Patrick Myzyk
RUS Artem Borodulin
RUS Feodosiy Efremenkov
RUS Gordei Gorshkov
RUS Artem Grigoriev
RUS Mikhail Kolyada
RUS Andrei Lazukin (not age-eligible)
RUS Artem Lezheev (age?)
RUS Alexander Petrov (not age-eligible)
RUS Adian Pitkeev (not age-eligible)
RUS Alexander Samarin (not age-eligible)
RUS Vladislav Sesganov
RUS Mark Shakhmatov
RUS Vladislav Tarasenko
RUS Ivan Tretiakov
RUS Andrei Zuber (not age-eligible)
ESP Javier Raya
SWE Michael Neuman
SWE Adrian Schultheiss (not competing at National Championship.. injured)
SWE Ondrej Spiegl
SUI Laurent Alvarez
SUI Nicolas Dubois
SUI Mikael Redin
SUI Stephane Walker
TUR Osman Akgun
TUR Ali Demirboga
UKR Yakov Godorozha
UKR Dmitri Ignatenko
UKR Ivan Pavlov (not age-eligible)
UKR Stanislav Pertsov

Entry List would be: AUT, BLR, BEL, BUL, CZE, CZE, CZE, DEN, EST, FIN, FRA, FRA, FRA, GER, GBR, ISR, ITA, ITA, MON, POL, ROU, RUS, RUS, RUS, ESP, ESP, SWE, SUI, TUR, UKR

30 Men maximum from 22 countries

Belgium, for now, would not be able to send a second man even though the spot was earned in 2012. Armenia and Hungary had representatives last season but no skater to this point has reached the minimum scores.


FOUR CONTINENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS

AUS Brendan Kerry
AUS David Kranjec
BRA Luiz Manella
CAN Samuel Angers
CAN Elladj Balde
CAN Liam Firus
CAN Mitchell Gordon
CAN Samuel Morais
CAN Nam Nguyen (not age-eligible)
CAN Roman Sadovsky (not age-eligible)
CAN Jeremy Ten
CHN Jinlin Guan
CHN Yuhang Guan
CHN Jiaxing Liu
CHN Yi Wang
CHN Jialiang Wu
CHN He Zhang (has not competed this season.. injury?)
TPE Jordan Ju
TPE Chih-I Tsao (not age-eligible)
HKG Ronald Lam
JPN Taichi Honda
JPN Sei Kawahara
JPN Ryuichi Kihara
JPN Shu Nakamura
JPN Yoji Tsuboi
JPN Shoma Uno (not age-eligible)
KAZ Azbal Rakimgaliev
PHI Christopher Caluza
PHI Michael Christian Martinez 
KOR Alex Kang Chan Kam
KOR Ji Seo Kim
KOR Min-Seok Kim
KOR Dong-Won Lee
KOR June Hyoung Lee
USA Jonathan Cassar
USA Timothy Dolensky
USA Grant Hochstein
USA Brandon Mroz
USA Shotaro Omori
USA David Wang (has not competed in 2013 season)
USA Philip Warren
USA Johnny Weir
USA Jay Yostanto

For the first time in Four Continents history, the three entries per country rule would not apply.

Entry list would be: AUS, AUS, BRA, CAN, CAN, CAN, CHN, CHN, CHN, TPE, HKG, JPN, JPN, JPN, KAZ, KAZ, PHI, PHI, KOR, KOR, KOR, USA, USA, USA, UZB

25 men maximum from 12 countries

3 comments:

Scoretracker said...

US Men:
David Wang (did not compete in 2012-13 US qualifying season).
2 name typos - Philip (not Phillip) Warren, Jay Yostanto (not Yostano).

Cheryl Zane said...

Ji Seo Kim (KOR) met the minimum score requirement for the SP at NRW Trophy and is now eligible for Worlds.

Anonymous said...

Viktor Romanenkov (EST) is eligible for Worlds now.