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1997 Karl Schäfer Memorial

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1997 Karl Schäfer Memorial
Type:Senior International
Date:15 October – 18 October
Season:1997–1998
Location:Vienna, Austria
Champions
Men's singles:
United States Daniel Hollander
Ladies' singles:
China Chen Lu
Pair skating:
Ukraine Elena Belousovskaya / Stanislav Morozov
Ice dance:
Belarus Tatiana Navka / Nikolai Morozov
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The 1997 Karl Schäfer Memorial was the Karl Schäfer Memorial figure skating competition of the 1997–1998 figure skating season. The competition is also known as the Vienna Cup. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, and ice dancing.[1]

The competition took place in Vienna, Austria from 15 to 18 October 1997. The event was used as a qualifying event for the upcoming 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan

Results

Men

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Daniel Hollander  United States 2.0 2 1
2 Anthony Liu  Australia 3.5 1 3
3 Ivan Dinev  Bulgaria 5.5 7 2
4 Ruslan Novoselzev  Russia 5.5 3 4
5 Jayson Dénommée  Canada 7.0 4 5
6 Patrick Meier   Switzerland 10.0 6 7
7 Gilberto Viadana  Italy 11.0 10 6
8 Róbert Kažimír  Slovakia 13.0 8 9
9 Yuri Litvinov  Kazakhstan 13.5 5 11
10 Patrick Schmit  Luxembourg 15.5 15 8
11 Robert Grzegorczyk  Poland 16.5 9 12
12 Sven Meyer  Germany 17.0 14 10
13 Markus Leminen  Finland 19.5 13 13
14 David Liu  Chinese Taipei 21.5 11 15
15 Kyun-Kyu Lee  South Korea 22.0 16 14
16 Alexei Kozlov  Estonia 23.0 12 17
17 Jan Čejvan  Slovenia 25.0 18 16
18 Radek Horák  Czech Republic 26.5 17 18
19 Jordi Pedro  Spain 29.0 20 19
20 Fredi Skoberla  South Africa 29.5 19 20
WD Vakhtang Murvanidze  Georgia
WD Zoltan Koszegi  Hungary

Ladies

Chen Lu qualified China for the 1998 Olympics in the ladies competition after losing China's spot with her poor 1997 World Figure skating championship performance. Chen performed 4 triple jumps includent the triple loop.[2]

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Chen Lu  China 2.5 3 1
2 Tonia Kwiatkowski  United States 2.5 1 2
3 Yulia Vorobieva  Azerbaijan 6.0 6 3
4 Miriam Manzano  Australia 7.5 5 5
5 Tatiana Pliusheva  Russia 8.0 4 6
6 Zoe Jones  United Kingdom 8.0 2 7
7 Silvia Fontana  Italy 8.5 9 4
8 Eva-Maria Fitze  Germany 11.5 7 8
9 Sabina Wojtala  Poland 14.0 8 10
10 Diána Póth  Hungary 15.5 13 9
11 Helena Grundberg  Sweden 17.0 10 12
12 Marta Andrade  Spain 18.5 17 11
13 Zuzana Paurová  Slovakia 19.5 11 14
14 Ivana Jakupčević  Croatia 21.0 16 13
15 Shirene Human  South Africa 22.0 14 15
16 Anna Wenzel  Austria 23.0 12 17
17 Sofia Penkova  Bulgaria 25.0 18 16
18 Susan Humphreys  Canada 25.5 15 18
19 Hyung-Kyung Choi  South Korea 27.5 19 19
20 Ekatarina Golovatenko  Estonia 30.5 21 20
21 Helena Pajović  Yugoslavia 32.0 22 21
22 Ja-Lin Weng  Chinese Taipei 33.0 20 23
23 Marta Chisu  Romania 33.5 23 22

Pairs

Rank Name Nation TFP SP FS
1 Olena Bilousivska / Stanislav Morozov  Ukraine 2.0 2 1
2 Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell  United States 5.0 6 2
3 Kateřina Beránková / Otto Dlabola  Czech Republic 5.0 4 3
4 Lesley Rogers / Michael Aldred  United Kingdom 5.5 3 4
5 Tatiana Totmianina / Maxim Marinin  Russia 5.5 1 5
6 Samantha Marchant / Chad Hawse  Canada 9.5 7 6
7 Inga Rodionova / Alexander Anichenko  Azerbaijan 9.5 5 7
8 Elaine Asanakis / Joel McKeever  Greece 12.0 8 8
9 Maria Krasiltseva / Alexander Chestnikh  Armenia 14.5 11 9
10 Oľga Beständigová / Jozef Beständig  Slovakia 15.0 10 10
11 Svetlana Plachonina / Dmitri Kaplun  Belarus 15.5 9 11

Ice dancing

Rank Name Nation TFP CD1 CD2 OD FD
1 Tatiana Navka / Nikolai Morozov  Belarus 2.0 1 1 1 1
2 Ekaterina Davydova / Roman Kostomarov  Russia 4.0 2 2 2 2
3 Galit Chait / Sergei Sakhanovski  Israel 7.4 4 4 3 3
4 Albena Denkova / Maxim Staviyski  Bulgaria 8.6 5 3 5 4
5 Marika Humphreys / Philip Askew  United Kingdom 9.0 3 5 4 5
6 Ksenia Smetanenko / Samvel Gezalyan  Armenia 12.2 7 6 6 6
7 Elizaveta Stekolnikova / Dmitri Kazarlyga  Kazakhstan 13.8 6 7 7 7
8 Zuzana Merzova / Tomas Morbacher  Slovakia 16.4 9 9 8 8
9 Angelika Führing / Bruno Ellinger  Austria 18.6 8 8 9 10
10 Christine Fuller / Steve Kavanagh  Canada 19.8 12 12 10 9
11 Kornelia Barany / Andre Rosnik  Hungary 22.2 10 10 12 11
12 Šárka Vondrková / Lukáš Král  Czech Republic 23.4 11 13 11 12
13 Eliane Hugentobler / Daniel Hugentobler   Switzerland 27.2 16 16 13 13
14 Kristina Kalesnik / Alexander Terentjev  Estonia 28.8 17 15 14 14
15 Jolanta Bury / Lukasz Zalewski  Poland 29.4 13 14 15 15
16 Sophie Simon / Steven Francois  France 32.0 15 17 16 16
WD Debbie Koegel / Oleg Fediukov  United States 14 11

References

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