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2016 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

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2016 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:14 – 20 March
Season:2015–16
Location:Debrecen, Hungary
Host:Hungarian Skating Union
Champions
Men's singles:
Israel Daniel Samohin
Ladies' singles:
Japan Marin Honda
Pair skating:
Czech Republic Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař
Ice dance:
United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter
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The 2016 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were held from 14–20 March 2016 in Debrecen, Hungary.[1] Commonly called "World Juniors" and "Junior Worlds", the event determined the World Junior champions in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař and Daniel Samohin became the first World Junior champions in figure skating from the Czech Republic and Israel, respectively. Japan's Marin Honda won the ladies' title and Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter took the ice dancing event.

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Contents

Records

The following new junior records were set during this competition:

Event Component Skater(s) Score Date Ref
Pairs Short program Czech Republic Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař 64.71 16 March 2016 [2]
Total score 181.82 17 March 2016
Ice dancing Short dance United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons 67.88 [3]
Free dance United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter 97.40 19 March 2016
Total score United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons 162.74
United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter 163.65
Men Free skating Israel Daniel Samohin 165.38 20 March 2016 [4]

Qualification

The competition was open to skaters from ISU member nations who were at least 13 but not 19—or 21 for male pair skaters and ice dancers—before July 1, 2015 in their place of birth. National associations selected their entries according to their own criteria but the ISU mandated that their selections achieve a minimum technical elements score (TES) at an international event prior to the Junior Worlds.

The term "Junior" in ISU competition refers to age, not skill level. Skaters may remain age-eligible for Junior Worlds even after competing nationally and internationally at the senior level. At junior events, the ISU requires that all programs conform to junior-specific rules regarding program length, jumping passes, types of elements, etc.

Minimum TES

Minimum technical scores (TES)[5]
Discipline Short Free
Men 20 42
Ladies 20 35
Pairs 20 30
Ice dancing 18 28
Scores had to be achieved at an ISU-recognized
international event in the ongoing or preceding season.
SP and FS scores could be attained at different events.

Number of entries per discipline

Based on the results of the 2015 World Junior Championships, the ISU allowed each country one to three entries per discipline.[6]

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  Japan
 Russia
 Russia
 Japan
 China
 Canada
 Russia
 United States
 Russia
 United States
 Canada
2  China
 United States
 Latvia
 Israel
 South Korea
 Kazakhstan
 United States
 South Korea
 Latvia
 Japan
 Czech Republic
 Ukraine
 France
 Poland
 Hungary
If not listed above, one entry is allowed.

Entries

Some national associations began announcing their selections in December 2015. The ISU published a complete list on 25 February 2016.

Country Men[7] Ladies[8] Pairs[9] Ice dancing[10]
 Armenia Anastasia Galustyan
 Australia James Min Katie Pasfield Mathilda Friend / William Badaoui
 Austria[11] Luc Maierhofer Natalie Klotz Elizaveta Orlova / Stephano-Valentino Schuster
 Belgium Charlotte Vandersarren
 Belarus Yakau Zenko Maria Oleynik / Yuri Hulitski
 Bulgaria Teodora Markova Yana Bozhilova / Kaloyan Georgiev
 Canada[12] Nicolas Nadeau Sarah Tamura Justine Brasseur / Mathieu Ostiguy
Bryn Hoffman / Bryce Chudak
Hope McLean / Trennt Michaud
Mackenzie Bent / Dmitre Razgulajevs
Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha
Melinda Meng / Andrew Meng
 China Zhang He
Li Tangxu
Li Xiangning Gao Yumeng / Li Bowen Li Xibei / Xiang Guangyao
 Croatia Nicholas Vrdoljak
 Czech Republic Jiří Bělohradský Elizaveta Ukolova Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař Nicole Kuzmich / Alexander Sinicyn
 Denmark Leonora Colmor Jepsen
 Spain Hector Alonso Serrano Maëva Gallarda Rossell
 Estonia Aleksandr Selevko Kristina Škuleta-Gromova Victoria Semenjuk / Artur Gruzdev
 Finland Roman Galay Viveca Lindfors
 France Kévin Aymoz Alizée Crozet Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac
Angélique Abachkina / Louis Thauron
 Georgia Irakli Maysuradze
 Germany[13] Catalin Dimitrescu Lea Johanna Dastich Ria Schwendinger / Valentin Wunderlich
United Kingdom Great Britain
[14]
Josh Brown Danielle Harrison Chloe Curtin / Steven Adcock Ekaterina Fedyushchenko / Lucas Kitteridge
 Hong Kong Maisy Hiu Ching Ma
 Hungary[15] Máté Böröcz Ivett Tóth Kimberly Wei / Ilias Fourati
Villő Marton / Danyil Semko
 Israel Daniel Samohin
Mark Gorodnitsky
 Italy Matteo Rizzo Lucrezia Gennaro Bianca Manacorda / Niccolò Macii Sara Ghislandi / Giona Terzo Ortenzi
 Japan[16] Shu Nakamura
Daichi Miyata
Kazuki Tomono
Wakaba Higuchi
Yuna Shiraiwa
Marin Honda
Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno
 Kazakhstan Daniyar Adylov Elizabet Tursynbayeva Ekaterina Khokhlova / Abish Baytkanov Hannah Grace Cook / Temirlan Yerzhanov
 Latvia Deniss Vasiļjevs
Glebs Basins
Angelīna Kučvaļska
Diāna Ņikitina
 Lithuania Elzbieta Kropa Guostė Damulevičiūtė / Deividas Kizala
 Malaysia Kai Xiang Chew
 Netherlands Kyarha van Tiel
 Norway[17] Sondre Oddvoll Bøe Juni Marie Benjaminsen
 Poland Aleksandra Rudolf Alexandra Borisova / Cezary Zawadzki
Jenna Hertenstein / Damian Binkowski
 Romania Julia Sauter
 Russia[18] Dmitri Aliev
Alexander Samarin
Roman Savosin
Alisa Fedichkina
Maria Sotskova
Polina Tsurskaya
Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov
Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot
Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev
Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd
Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko
Anastasia Shpilevaya / Grigory Smirnov
 South Africa Michaela Du Toit
 Singapore Shuran Yu
 Slovenia Monika Peterka
 South Korea Cha Jun-hwan
Byun Se-jong
Son Suh-hyun
Kim Ha-nul
Lee Ho-jung / Richard Kang-in Kam
  Switzerland Nicola Todeschini Shaline Ruegger
 Slovakia Jakub Kršňák Alexandra Hagarová
 Sweden[19] Matilda Algotsson
 Thailand Thita Lamsam
 Chinese Taipei Chih-I Tsao Amy Lin
 Turkey Başar Oktar Elif Erdem
 Ukraine[20] Yaroslav Paniot Anastasia Hozhva Renata Ohanesian / Mark Bardei Anzhelika Yurchenko / Volodymyr Byelikov
Maria Holubtsova / Kyrylo Byelobrov
 United States
[21][22]
Tomoki Hiwatashi
Vincent Zhou
Tyler Pierce
Bradie Tennell
Chelsea Liu / Brian Johnson
Joy Weinberg / Maximiliano Fernandez
Lindsay Weinstein / Jacob Simon
Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter
Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons
Elliana Pogrebinsky / Alex Benoit

Changes to initial assignments

Announced Country Discipline Initial Replacement Reason
28 January 2016 United States Men Nathan Chen[21] Tomoki Hiwatashi[22] Chen's hip surgery
25 February 2016 United Kingdom Ice dance Gwen Sletten / Elliot Verburg[14] Ekaterina Fedyushchenko / Lucas Kitteridge[10] Sletten retired.
25 February 2016 Denmark Ladies Pernille Sørensen[23] Leonora Colmor Jepsen[8] Sørensen retired.
1 March 2016 Italy Ladies Sara Casella Lucrezia Gennaro[8]
1 March 2016 Hungary Men Alexander Maszljanko Máté Böröcz[7]
1 March 2016 China Pairs Zhao Ying / Xie Zhong No substitute[9]
7 March 2016 Switzerland Ice dance Valentina Schär / Carlo Röthlisberger No substitute[10]
9 March 2016 Sweden Men Illya Solomin No substitute[7]
10 March 2016 Russia Pairs Amina Atakhanova / Ilia Spiridonov Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov Atakhanova's injury[24]
12 March 2016 Japan Men Sota Yamamoto Kazuki Tomono[7] Broken ankle[25]

Results

Men

Israel's Daniel Samohin climbed from 9th after the short program to win his country's first World Junior title in figure skating. Nicolas Nadeau, who missed the cut for the free skate in 2015, obtained the silver medal and three spots for Canada in the 2017 men's event. Called up to replace the injured Nathan Chen, Tomoki Hiwatashi was awarded the bronze medal in his first appearance at Junior Worlds.

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Daniel Samohin  Israel 236.65 9 71.27 1 165.38
2 Nicolas Nadeau  Canada 224.76 8 73.90 2 150.86
3 Tomoki Hiwatashi  United States 222.52 6 74.97 3 147.55
4 Alexander Samarin  Russia 222.11 2 80.31 5 141.80
5 Vincent Zhou  United States 221.19 4 77.31 4 143.88
6 Dmitri Aliev  Russia 211.18 1 80.74 7 130.44
7 Cha Jun-hwan  South Korea 207.11 7 74.38 6 132.73
8 Deniss Vasiļjevs  Latvia 204.75 3 78.78 9 125.97
9 Kévin Aymoz  France 197.76 5 75.53 11 122.23
10 Zhang He  China 195.70 10 70.85 10 124.85
11 Yaroslav Paniot  Ukraine 189.50 15 62.56 8 126.94
12 Shu Nakamura  Japan 186.22 12 66.05 13 120.17
13 Matteo Rizzo  Italy 182.96 11 66.79 17 116.17
14 Roman Savosin  Russia 181.65 13 64.00 14 117.65
15 Kazuki Tomono  Japan 179.61 20 58.33 12 121.28
16 Jiří Bělohradský  Czech Republic 178.51 16 61.96 16 116.55
17 Yakau Zenko  Belarus 174.39 22 57.67 15 116.72
18 Daichi Miyata  Japan 169.19 19 59.10 18 110.09
19 Aleksandr Selevko  Estonia 166.61 17 60.91 20 105.70
20 Chih-I Tsao  Chinese Taipei 164.25 14 63.42 22 100.83
21 Sondre Oddvoll Bøe  Norway 163.64 21 57.72 19 105.92
22 Nicola Todeschini   Switzerland 161.15 18 59.59 21 101.56
23 Josh Brown United Kingdom Great Britain 157.16 23 57.65 23 99.51
24 Irakli Maysuradze  Georgia 154.41 24 56.87 24 97.54
Did not advance to free skating
25 Li Tangxu  China 53.20 25 53.20 N/A
26 Nicholas Vrdoljak  Croatia 52.12 26 52.12 N/A
27 James Min  Australia 51.96 27 51.96 N/A
28 Héctor Alonso  Spain 51.41 28 51.41 N/A
29 Byun Se-jong  South Korea 50.67 29 50.67 N/A
30 Luc Maierhofer  Austria 50.27 30 50.27 N/A
31 Başar Oktar  Turkey 48.65 31 48.65 N/A
32 Daniyar Adylov  Kazakhstan 47.99 32 47.99 N/A
33 Roman Galay  Finland 45.47 33 45.47 N/A
34 Mark Gorodnitsky  Israel 45.28 34 45.28 N/A
35 Jakub Kršňák  Slovakia 43.19 35 43.19 N/A
36 Glebs Basins  Latvia 41.93 36 41.93 N/A
37 Kai Xiang Chew  Malaysia 39.77 37 39.77 N/A
38 Máté Böröcz  Hungary 37.16 38 37.16 N/A
WD Catalin Dimitrescu  Germany withdrew withdrew from competition

Ladies

Youth Olympic and JGP Final champion Polina Tsurskaya withdrew before the short program due to an ankle injury. Short program leader Alisa Fedichkina withdrew before the start of the free skate, also due to an ankle injury.

Japan's Marin Honda ended Russia's five-year streak of World Junior ladies' titles. Despite her teammates' withdrawals, Maria Sotskova was able to retain three spots for Russia by placing in the top two. Wakaba Higuchi of Japan won her second consecutive bronze medal at Junior Worlds.

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Marin Honda  Japan 192.98 2 66.11 1 126.87
2 Maria Sotskova  Russia 188.72 3 64.78 3 123.94
3 Wakaba Higuchi  Japan 183.73 5 58.08 2 125.65
4 Yuna Shiraiwa  Japan 171.59 8 56.23 5 115.36
5 Elizabet Tursynbayeva  Kazakhstan 170.83 14 50.11 4 120.72
6 Tyler Pierce  United States 167.19 7 56.56 6 110.63
7 Angelīna Kučvaļska  Latvia 161.29 6 57.92 8 103.37
8 Ivett Tóth  Hungary 153.70 15 49.98 7 103.72
9 Kim Ha-nul  South Korea 150.36 12 52.37 9 97.99
10 Diāna Ņikitina  Latvia 149.02 10 54.59 12 94.43
11 Bradie Tennell  United States 147.52 4 58.56 14 88.96
12 Lea Johanna Dastich  Germany 143.63 18 47.67 10 95.96
13 Sarah Tamura  Canada 141.32 16 48.11 13 93.21
14 Amy Lin  Chinese Taipei 139.14 22 44.52 11 94.62
15 Maisy Hiu Ching Ma  Hong Kong 138.11 11 52.69 15 85.42
16 Anastasia Galustyan  Armenia 137.35 9 55.80 16 81.55
17 Anastasia Hozhva  Ukraine 132.27 13 50.99 18 81.28
18 Kyarha van Tiel  Netherlands 127.18 17 47.94 20 79.24
19 Lucrezia Gennaro  Italy 125.25 23 43.74 17 81.51
20 Li Xiangning  China 123.94 24 43.38 19 80.56
21 Alizée Crozet  France 120.59 21 45.34 21 75.25
22 Juni Marie Benjaminsen  Norway 116.63 20 45.70 22 70.93
23 Son Suh-hyun  South Korea 115.41 19 46.18 23 69.23
WD Alisa Fedichkina  Russia withdrew 1 66.11 withdrew from competition
Did not advance to free skating
25 Viveca Lindfors  Finland 43.19 25 43.19 N/A
26 Shaline Ruegger   Switzerland 42.66 26 42.66 N/A
27 Natalie Klotz  Austria 42.25 27 42.25 N/A
28 Shuran Yu  Singapore 42.21 28 42.21 N/A
29 Kristina Škuleta-Gromova  Estonia 41.68 29 41.68 N/A
30 Matilda Algotsson  Sweden 41.00 30 41.00 N/A
31 Michaela Du Toit  South Africa 40.86 31 40.86 N/A
32 Julia Sauter  Romania 39.67 32 39.67 N/A
33 Alexandra Hagarová  Slovakia 39.07 33 39.07 N/A
34 Monika Peterka  Slovenia 39.00 34 39.00 N/A
35 Katie Pasfield  Australia 38.96 35 38.96 N/A
36 Danielle Harrison United Kingdom Great Britain 37.59 36 37.59 N/A
37 Elizaveta Ukolova  Czech Republic 37.57 37 37.57 N/A
38 Elif Erdem  Turkey 37.39 38 37.39 N/A
39 Aleksandra Rudolf  Poland 35.32 39 35.32 N/A
40 Teodora Markova  Bulgaria 34.50 40 34.50 N/A
41 Elzbieta Kropa  Lithuania 34.34 41 34.34 N/A
42 Leonora Colmor Jepsen  Denmark 34.05 42 34.05 N/A
43 Thita Lamsam  Thailand 33.39 43 33.39 N/A
44 Charlotte Vandersarren  Belgium 32.30 44 32.30 N/A
45 Maëva Gallarda Rossell  Spain 29.65 45 29.65 N/A
WD Polina Tsurskaya  Russia withdrew withdrew from competition

Pairs

Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař became the first Czech figure skaters to ever win gold at a World Junior Championships and the first pair skaters from outside China, Russia, or the United States to win the competition since 2000. Russian pairs Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev and Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot took silver and bronze, respectively, in their first trip to Junior Worlds.

Rank Name Nation Total points SP FS
1 Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař  Czech Republic 181.82 1 64.71 1 117.11
2 Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev  Russia 172.60 2 59.50 2 113.10
3 Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot  Russia 169.00 4 58.56 3 110.44
4 Renata Ohanesian / Mark Bardei  Ukraine 155.08 3 59.30 4 95.78
5 Chelsea Liu / Brian Johnson  United States 147.73 5 54.12 5 93.61
6 Bianca Manacorda / Niccolò Macii  Italy 141.76 7 49.80 6 91.96
7 Justine Brasseur / Mathieu Ostiguy  Canada 138.67 9 48.08 7 90.59
8 Bryn Hoffman / Bryce Chudak  Canada 138.12 6 52.20 10 85.92
9 Lindsay Weinstein / Jacob Simon  United States 137.58 8 48.75 8 88.83
10 Joy Weinberg / Maximiliano Fernandez  United States 135.71 10 47.54 9 88.17
11 Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov  Russia 123.90 11 45.07 11 78.83
12 Chloe Curtin / Steven Adcock United Kingdom Great Britain 112.68 12 44.74 13 67.94
13 Gao Yumeng / Li Bowen  China 112.56 14 42.24 12 70.32
14 Ekaterina Khokhlova / Abish Baytkanov  Kazakhstan 95.31 15 32.36 14 62.95
WD Hope McLean / Trennt Michaud  Canada withdrew 13 44.05 withdrew from competition

Ice dancing

The United States won both the gold and silver medals. Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter overtook short program leaders Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons for the title, finishing ahead by a margin of 0.91. It was the fourth appearance at Junior Worlds for both teams. Russia's Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd rose from sixth after the short dance to take bronze in their first trip to the event.

Rank Name Nation Total points[26] SD FD
1 Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter  United States 163.65 2 66.25 1 97.40
2 Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons  United States 162.74 1 67.88 2 94.86
3 Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd  Russia 151.19 6 58.93 3 92.26
4 Elliana Pogrebinsky / Alex Benoit  United States 146.83 5 59.05 4 87.78
5 Anastasia Shpilevaya / Grigory Smirnov  Russia 146.55 4 59.15 6 87.40
6 Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko  Russia 146.21 7 58.56 5 87.65
7 Angélique Abachkina / Louis Thauron  France 145.25 8 58.34 7 86.91
8 Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac  France 144.26 3 59.65 8 84.61
9 Mackenzie Bent / Dmitre Razgulajevs  Canada 138.61 9 56.76 9 81.85
10 Sara Ghislandi / Giona Terzo Ortenzi  Italy 131.18 12 52.19 11 78.99
11 Nicole Kuzmich / Alexandr Sinicyn  Czech Republic 128.91 14 49.08 10 79.83
12 Melinda Meng / Andrew Meng  Canada 128.83 10 52.60 12 76.23
13 Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha  Canada 128.06 11 52.57 13 75.49
14 Lee Ho-jung / Richard Kang-in Kam  South Korea 119.13 13 50.10 14 69.03
15 Anzhelika Yurchenko / Volodymyr Byelikov  Ukraine 112.65 15 47.66 16 64.99
16 Ria Schwendinger / Valentin Wunderlich  Germany 109.00 17 43.87 15 65.13
17 Maria Oleynik / Yuri Hulitski  Belarus 106.31 16 45.02 18 61.29
18 Maria Golubtsova / Kirill Belobrov  Ukraine 105.90 20 42.49 17 63.41
19 Rikako Fukase / Aru Tateno  Japan 102.10 19 42.63 19 59.47
20 Alexandra Borisova / Cezary Zawadzki  Poland 100.31 18 42.80 20 57.51
Did not advance to free skating
21 Li Xibei / Xiang Guangyao  China 41.16 21 41.16 N/A
22 Guostė Damulevičiūtė / Deividas Kizala  Lithuania 39.98 22 39.98 N/A
23 Villö Marton / Danyil Semko  Hungary 38.63 23 38.63 N/A
24 Ekaterina Fedyushchenko / Lucas Kitteridge United Kingdom Great Britain 38.12 24 38.12 N/A
25 Victoria Semenjuk / Artur Gruzdev  Estonia 37.68 25 37.68 N/A
26 Jenna Hertenstein / Damian Binkowski  Poland 37.68 26 37.68 N/A
27 Hannah Grace Cook / Temirlan Yerzhanov  Kazakhstan 37.60 27 37.60 N/A
28 Kimberly Wei / Illias Fourati  Hungary 34.48 28 34.48 N/A
29 Elizaveta Orlova / Stephano-Valentino Schuster  Austria 32.53 29 32.53 N/A
30 Mathilda Friend / William Badaoui  Australia 31.98 30 31.98 N/A
31 Yana Bozhilova / Kaloyan Georgiev  Bulgaria 28.27 31 28.27 N/A

Medals summary

Medalists

Medals for overall placement:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Israel Daniel Samohin Canada Nicolas Nadeau United States Tomoki Hiwatashi
Ladies Japan Marin Honda Russia Maria Sotskova Japan Wakaba Higuchi
Pairs Czech Republic Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař Russia Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev Russia Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot
Ice dancing United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd

Small medals for placement in the short segment:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Russia Dmitri Aliev Russia Alexander Samarin Latvia Deniss Vasiļjevs
Ladies Russia Alisa Fedichkina Japan Marin Honda Russia Maria Sotskova
Pairs Czech Republic Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař Russia Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev Ukraine Renata Ohanesian / Mark Bardei
Ice dancing United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter France Marie-Jade Lauriault / Romain Le Gac

Small medals for placement in the free segment:

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze
Men Israel Daniel Samohin Canada Nicolas Nadeau United States Tomoki Hiwatashi
Ladies Japan Marin Honda Japan Wakaba Higuchi Russia Maria Sotskova
Pairs Czech Republic Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař Russia Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev Russia Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot
Ice dancing United States Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons Russia Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd

By country

Table of medals for overall placement:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)1113
2 Japan (JPN)1012
3 Czech Republic (CZE)1001
 Israel (ISR)1001
5 Russia (RUS)0224
6 Canada (CAN)0101
Totals (6 nations)44412

Table of small medals for placement in the short segment:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)2215
2 United States (USA)1102
3 Czech Republic (CZE)1001
4 Japan (JPN)0101
5 France (FRA)0011
 Latvia (LAT)0011
 Ukraine (UKR)0011
Totals (7 nations)44412

Table of small medals for placement in the free segment:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)1113
2 Japan (JPN)1102
3 Czech Republic (CZE)1001
 Israel (ISR)1001
5 Russia (RUS)0134
6 Canada (CAN)0101
Totals (6 nations)44412

References

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