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Nebelhorn Trophy

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The Nebelhorn Trophy is an international senior-level figure skating competition organized by the Deutsche Eislauf-Union and held annually in Oberstdorf, Germany. It became part of the ISU Challenger Series in the 2014–15 season.

The competition is named after the Nebelhorn, a nearby mountain. It is usually one of the first international senior competitions of the season. Skaters are entered by their respective national federations and compete in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dancing. The Fritz-Geiger-Memorial Trophy is presented to the team with the highest placements across all disciplines.


The Nebelhorn Trophy competition has been held annually since 1969 and is thus one of the oldest international figure skating competitions that remains in existence. In its early years, this competition was paired with a now-defunct French event, the Grand Prix International St. Gervais (unrelated to the current ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating event), to form the Coupe des Alpes, with many of the same skaters participating in both events and a team trophy presented to the country with the highest combined placements across both competitions. During the 1980s and early 1990s, before the establishment of a regular junior international competition circuit, younger skaters were often sent to these events as their first senior international competition assignments. International Figure Skating calls the event "unique" because they are, along with their medals, are awarded trophies.[1]

In recent years, the Nebelhorn Trophy has also been used by the International Skating Union to experiment with new judging and scoring systems for figure skating. Specifically, the 1997 competition was used as the test event for the switch from the "best of majority" ordinal system to the "one-by-one" method; the 2002 event was used for an initial test of the ISU Judging System which was then under development, and the 2003 event was the first competition where that system was used to determine the official results;[1] and the 2006 event was used for a trial of using separate panels of judges for technical elements and program components. The competition also serves as a testing ground for judges working towards international status.[1]

The 2009 competition was used as the final qualifying opportunity for the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2013 event served the same purpose for the 2014 Olympics and the 2018 Olympics.[1] The Nebelhorn Trophy became part of the ISU Challenger Series in the 2014–15 season.


CS: ISU Challenger Series


Men's medalists
Year Gold[2] Silver Bronze Details
1969 Austria Günter Anderl
1970 West Germany Klaus Grimmelt
1971 West Germany Erich Reifschneider
1972 United States Robert Bradshaw
1973 United States John Carlow United States Charles Tickner Luxembourg Paul Cechmanek [3]
1974 United States David Santee Canada Kevin Robertson Luxembourg Paul Cechmanek [4]
1975 Canada Ted Barton United States Ken Newfield West Germany Harald Kuhn [4]
1976 Japan Fumio Igarashi United States Scott Hamilton West Germany Rudi Cerne [4]
1977 United States Robert Wagenhoffer West Germany Kurt Kurzinger West Germany Gerd-Walter Gräbner [4]
1978 United States Allen Schramm United States Mark Cockerell Canada Gary Beacom [4]
1979 Canada Gordon Forbes Soviet Union Vladimir Rashchetnov United States Brian Boitano [4]
1980 United States Tom Dickson Canada Brian Orser West Germany Rudi Cerne [4]
1981 West Germany Heiko Fischer United States John Filbig Canada Kevin Hicks [4]
1982 West Germany Leonardo Azzola Italy Bruno Delmaestro United States James Cygan [4]
1983 West Germany Heiko Fischer West Germany Richard Zander Canada André Bourgeois [4]
1984 West Germany Richard Zander United States Craig Henderson Soviet Union Leonid Kaznakov [4]
1985 West Germany Richard Zander United States Douglas Mattis France Laurent Depouilly [4]
1986 Soviet Union Vitali Egorov United States Erik Larson Canada Kurt Browning [4]
1987 United States Todd Eldredge United States Patrick Brault Denmark Lars Dresler [4]
1988 United States Aren Nielsen Canada Marcus Christensen United States Christopher Mitchell [4]
1989 United States Shepherd Clark West Germany Richard Zander Soviet Union Gleb Bokiy [4]
1990 United States Michael Chack France Nicolas Pétorin Soviet Union Vladimir Petrenko [4]
1991 United States Ryan Hunka France Nicolas Pétorin Soviet Union Vladimir Petrenko [4][5]
1992 Chinese Taipei David Liu Russia Igor Pashkevich France Axel Médéric [4]
1993 Canada Jeffrey Langdon United States Michael Weiss Canada Jean-François Hébert [4]
1994 Russia Ilia Kulik United States Shepherd Clark Russia Alexander Abt [4]
1995 Japan Takeshi Honda Ukraine Evgeni Pliuta Japan Yosuke Takeuchi [6]
1996 United States Michael Weiss Japan Yamato Tamura Russia Igor Sinyutin [7]
1997 United States Timothy Goebel Ukraine Evgeni Pliuta Russia Alexander Abt [8]
1998 United States Trifun Zivanovic Ukraine Yevgeny Martynov Ukraine Vitali Danilchenko [9][10]
1999 Russia Ilia Klimkin Ukraine Vitali Danilchenko Canada Jayson Dénommée [11][12]
2000 Russia Anton Klykov United States Derrick Delmore Ukraine Dmitri Dmitrenko [13][14]
2001 Belarus Sergei Davydov Canada Jeffrey Buttle Estonia Margus Hernits [15]
2002 Belarus Sergei Davydov United States Benjamin Miller Canada Fedor Andreev [16]
2003 Canada Nicholas Young United States Scott Smith United States Nicholas LaRoche [17]
2004 Canada Marc-André Craig Russia Alexander Kondakov United States Christopher Toland [18]
2005 Germany Stefan Lindemann Japan Noriyuki Kanzaki Czech Republic Tomáš Verner [19][20]
2006 Czech Republic Tomáš Verner United States Parker Pennington Canada Vaughn Chipeur [21][22]
2007 Czech Republic Michal Březina United States Shaun Rogers Czech Republic Tomáš Verner [23][24]
2008 Japan Nobunari Oda Czech Republic Michal Březina France Yannick Ponsero [25][26]
2009 Switzerland Stéphane Lambiel Russia Ivan Tretiakov Czech Republic Michal Březina [27][28]
2010 Japan Tatsuki Machida Russia Konstantin Menshov Germany Peter Liebers [29]
2011 Japan Yuzuru Hanyu Czech Republic Michal Březina United States Stephen Carriere [30]
2012 Japan Nobunari Oda Russia Konstantin Menshov United States Keegan Messing [31]
2013 Japan Nobunari Oda United States Jason Brown Canada Jeremy Ten [32]
2014 CS United States Jason Brown Czech Republic Michal Březina Russia Konstantin Menshov [33]
2015 CS Canada Elladj Baldé United States Max Aaron Russia Konstantin Menshov [34]
2016 CS Russia Alexander Petrov Belgium Jorik Hendrickx United States Grant Hochstein [35]
2017 CS Belgium Jorik Hendrickx United States Alexander Johnson Sweden Alexander Majorov [36]
2018 CS Canada Keegan Messing Sweden Alexander Majorov Russia Artur Dmitriev [37]
2019 CS Russia Makar Ignatov Japan Koshiro Shimada Israel Alexei Bychenko [38]


Ladies' medalists
Year Gold[2] Silver Bronze Details
1969 Czechoslovakia Ľudmila Bezáková
1970 United Kingdom Rita Pokorski
1971 United States Dorothy Hamill
1972 United States Wendy Burge
1973 United States Kath Malmberg United States Linda Fratianne West Germany Gerti Schanderl [3]
1974 United States Priscilla Hill United States Barbara Smith West Germany Petra Wagner [4]
1975 United States Lisa-Marie Allen West Germany Petra Wagner West Germany Dagmar Lurz [4]
1976 West Germany Garnet Ostermeier United States Carrie Rugh Canada Deborah Albright [4]
1977 Japan Reiko Kobayashi United States Sandy Lenz West Germany Karin Riediger [4]
1978 United States Editha Dotson West Germany Corinna Tanski Canada Janet Morrissey [4]
1979 United States Lynn Smith United States Jackie Farrell West Germany Karin Riediger [4]
1980 United States Vikki de Vries United Kingdom Alison Southwood Canada Elizabeth Manley [4]
1981 West Germany Cornelia Tesch United States Kristy Hogan United States Stephanie Anderson [4]
1982 West Germany Manuela Ruben United States Kelley Webster Soviet Union Natalia Ovchinnikova [4]
1983 United States Staci McMullin Canada Barbara Butler Italy Karin Telser [4]
1984 United States Debi Thomas Japan Juri Ozawa United States Sara MacInnes [4]
1985 West Germany Cornelia Tesch United States Tracey Damigella United Kingdom Joanne Conway [4]
1986 United States Holly Cook West Germany Cornelia Renner Switzerland Claudia Villiger [4]
1987 Canada Shannon Allison West Germany Carola Wolff Canada Lindsay Fedosoff [4]
1988 United States Tonia Kwiatkowski Canada Josée Chouinard West Germany Patricia Neske [4]
1989 United States Kyoko Ina France Surya Bonaly Japan Junko Yaginuma [4]
1990 France Surya Bonaly West Germany Marina Kielmann Soviet Union Maria Butyrskaya [4]
1991 Japan Kumiko Koiwai West Germany Marina Kielmann Soviet Union Maria Butyrskaya [4][5]
1992 Germany Simone Lang Japan Kumiko Koiwai Canada Angela Derochie [4]
1993 Russia Irina Slutskaya Canada Susan Humphreys Ukraine Lyudmyla Ivanova [4]
1994 Russia Irina Slutskaya Japan Shizuka Arakawa United States Jennifer Karl [4]
1995 Japan Shizuka Arakawa Czech Republic Lenka Kulovaná Russia Elena Ivanova [6]
1996 Germany Eva-Maria Fitze United States Sydne Vogel United States Karen Kwan [7]
1997 Ukraine Elena Liashenko Russia Olga Markova Russia Nadezhda Kanaeva [8]
1998 United States Brittney McConn Russia Elena Ivanova Czech Republic Veronika Dytrtová [9][10]
1999 Ukraine Elena Liashenko Finland Sanna-Maija Wiksten Finland Elina Kettunen [11][12]
2000 Ukraine Galina Maniachenko Switzerland Sarah Meier United States Andrea Gardiner [13][14]
2001 Russia Ludmila Nelidina United States Ann Patrice McDonough Russia Kristina Oblasova [15]
2002 Italy Carolina Kostner Finland Alisa Drei Russia Ludmila Nelidina [16]
2003 United States Jennifer Don Canada Lesley Hawker Russia Olga Naidenova [17]
2004 United States Louann Donovan Finland Alisa Drei Canada Mira Leung [18]
2005 Russia Elena Sokolova Finland Alisa Drei United States Beatrisa Liang [19][20]
2006 United States Beatrisa Liang Russia Arina Martinova United States Katy Taylor [21][22]
2007 Italy Carolina Kostner United States Megan Williams Stewart Finland Laura Lepistö [23][24]
2008 United States Alissa Czisny Finland Laura Lepistö Japan Akiko Suzuki [25][26]
2009 United States Alissa Czisny Finland Kiira Korpi China Liu Yan [27][28]
2010 Finland Kiira Korpi Sweden Viktoria Helgesson United States Melissa Bulanhagui [29]
2011 United States Mirai Nagasu Georgia (country) Elene Gedevanishvili Sweden Joshi Helgesson [30]
2012 Canada Kaetlyn Osmond Russia Adelina Sotnikova Japan Haruka Imai [31]
2013 Russia Elena Radionova Japan Miki Ando United States Ashley Cain [32]
2014 CS Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva Russia Alena Leonova United States Gracie Gold [33]
2015 CS Canada Kaetlyn Osmond Russia Alena Leonova United States Courtney Hicks [34]
2016 CS Japan Mai Mihara Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva Canada Gabrielle Daleman [35]
2017 CS Australia Kailani Craine Sweden Matilda Algotsson Switzerland Alexia Paganini [36]
2018 CS Russia Alina Zagitova Japan Mai Mihara Belgium Loena Hendrickx [37]
2019 CS United States Mariah Bell South Korea Kim Ye-lim Germany Nicole Schott [38]


Pairs medalists
Year Gold[2] Silver Bronze Details
1969 West Germany Frigge Drzymalla / Michael Weingart
1970 West Germany Almut Lehmann / Herbert Wiesinger
1971 no pairs competition
1972 United States Cozette Cady / Jack Courtney
1973 United States Tai Babilonia / Randy Gardner West Germany Corinna Halke / Eberhard Rausch Austria Ursula Nemec / Michael Nemec [3]
1974 Canada Kathy Huntchinson / Jamie McGregor Canada Candace Jones / Don Fraser Austria Ulrike Wrbik / Richard Scharf [4]
1975 Canada Cheri Pinner / Dennis Pinner United States Alice Cook / William Fauver Canada Karen Newton / Glenn Laframboise [4]
1976 West Germany Susanne Scheibe / Andreas Nischwitz West Germany Rafaela Dondoni / Mario Dondoni Japan Kyoko Hagiwara / Sumio Murata [4]
1977 United States Gail Hamula / Frank Sweiding United States Sheryl Franks / Michael Botticelli Germany Susanne Scheibe / Andreas Nischwitz [4]
1978 Canada Barbara Underhill / Paul Martini United States Maria di Domenico / Larry Schrier United States Tracy Prussack / Scott Prussack [4]
1979 United States Caitlin Carruthers / Peter Carruthers Soviet Union Zhanna Ilina / Alexander Vlassov Canada Becky Gough / Mark Rowsom [4]
1980 United Kingdom Susan Garland / Robert Daw Canada Mary Jo Fedy / Tim Mills United States Dana Graham / Paul Wylie [4]
1981 Soviet Union Elena Valova / Oleg Vasiliev Canada Melinda Kunhegyi / Lyndon Johnston France Nathalie Tortel / Xavier Videau [4]
1982 Soviet Union Inna Volyanskaya / Valery Spiridonov Canada Katherina Matousek / Lloyd Eisler United States Natalie Seybold / Wayne Seybold [4]
1983 Soviet Union Inna Bekker / Sergei Likhanski United States Katy Keeley / Gary Kemp Canada Laurene Collin / David Howe [4]
1984 Soviet Union Elena Bechke / Valeri Kornienko United States Susan Dungjen / Jason Dungjen United States Margo Shoup / Patrick Page [4]
1985 Soviet Union Lyudmila Koblova / Andrei Kalitin United States Maria Lako / Michael Blicharski United Kingdom Lisa Cushley / Neil Cushley [4]
1986 Canada Melanie Gaylor / Lee Barkell United States Ashley Stevenson / Scott Wendland United Kingdom Lisa Cushley / Neil Cushley [4]
1987 Canada Michelle Menzies / Kevin Wheeler Soviet Union Elena Kvitchenko / Rashid Kadyrkaev Canada Twana Rose / Colin Epp [4]
1988 Canada Cindy Landry / Lyndon Johnston Soviet Union Ekaterina Murugova / Artem Torgashev United States Kenna Bailey / John Denton [4]
1989 Soviet Union Elena Leonova / Gennadi Krasnitski Soviet Union Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov Czech Republic Radka Kovaříková / René Novotný [4]
1990 Canada Stacey Ball / Kris Wirtz Soviet Union Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski Canada Penny Papaioannou / Raoul LeBlanc [4]
1991 Canada Sherry Ball / Kris Wirtz Soviet Union Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski Canada Penny Papaioannou / Raoul LeBlanc [4][5]
1992 Russia Svetlana Titkova / Oleg Makhutov Canada Tiina Muur / Cory Watson Canada Jodeyne Higgins / Sean Rice [4]
1993 Canada Caroline Haddad / Jean-Sébastien Fecteau Latvia Elena Berezhnaya / Oleg Shliakhov United States Stephanie Stiegler / Lance Travis [4]
1994 Canada Marie-Claude Savard-Gagnon / Luc Bradet France Line Haddad / Sylvain Privé France Sarah Abitbol / Stéphane Bernadis [4]
1995 United States Shelby Lyons / Brian Wells Ukraine Olena Bilousivska / Serhiy Potalov Kazakhstan Marina Khalturina / Andrei Krukov [6]
1996 United States Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell Russia Olga Semkina / Andrei Chuvilaev Canada Samanta Marchant / Chad Hawse [7]
1997 Ukraine Evgenia Filonenko / Igor Marchenko Ukraine Olena Bilousivska / Stanislav Morozov United States Natalie Vlandis / Jered Guzman [8]
1998 United States Laura Handy / Paul Binnebose Canada Jacinthe Larivière / Lenny Faustino Russia Milica Brozovich / Anton Nimenko [9][10]
1999 Ukraine Aliona Savchenko / Stanislav Morozov Canada Jacinthe Larivière / Lenny Faustino Ukraine Julia Obertas / Dmitri Palamarchuk [11][12]
2000 Canada Valérie Marcoux / Bruno Marcotte United States Amanda Magarian / Jered Guzman United States Stephanie Kalesavich / Aaron Parchem [13][14]
2001 Canada Jacinthe Larivière / Lenny Faustino Canada Valerie Saurette / Jean-Sébastien Fecteau United States Laura Handy / Jonathon Hunt [15]
2002 Canada Valérie Marcoux / Craig Buntin Russia Julia Obertas / Alexei Sokolov United States Kathryn Orscher / Garrett Lucash [16]
2003 Canada Utako Wakamatsu / Jean Sebastian Fecteau Canada Pascale Bergeron / Robert Davison United States Laura Handy / Jeremy Allen [17]
2004 United States Marcy Hinzmann / Aaron Parchem Canada Pascale Bergeron / Robert Davison Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy [18]
2005 Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Canada Meagan Duhamel / Ryan Arnold United States Marcy Hinzmann / Aaron Parchem [19][20]
2006 United States Brooke Castile / Benjamin Okolski United States Julia Vlassov / Drew Meekins Sweden Angelika Pylkina / Niklas Hogner [21][22]
2007 Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Canada Meagan Duhamel / Craig Buntin United States Amanda Evora / Mark Ladwig [23][24]
2008 Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Russia Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov Ukraine Tatiana Volosozhar / Stanislav Morozov [25][26]
2009 Germany Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy Ukraine Tatiana Volosozhar / Stanislav Morozov Canada Anabelle Langlois / Cody Hay [27][28]
2010 Russia Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov Italy Stefania Berton / Ondřej Hotárek Canada Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford [29]
2011 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov Russia Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov United States Caydee Denney / John Coughlin [30]
2012 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov United States Caydee Denney / John Coughlin France Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès [31]
2013 Russia Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov Germany Maylin Wende / Daniel Wende Germany Mari Vartmann / Aaron Van Cleave [32]
2014 CS Russia Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov Russia Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov United States Alexa Scimeca / Chris Knierim [33]
2015 CS Russia Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov United States Alexa Scimeca / Chris Knierim France Vanessa James / Morgan Ciprès [34]
2016 CS Germany Aliona Savchenko / Bruno Massot Canada Lubov Ilyushechkina / Dylan Moscovitch Germany Mari Vartmann / Ruben Blommaert [35]
2017 CS Russia Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov Germany Aliona Savchenko / Bruno Massot Australia Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor [36]
2018 CS Russia Alisa Efimova / Alexander Korovin United States Alexa Scimeca Knierim / Chris Knierim United States Deanna Stellato / Nathan Bartholomay [37]
2019 CS Canada Kirsten Moore-Towers / Michael Marinaro United States Alexa Scimeca Knierim / Chris Knierim North Korea Ryom Tae-ok / Kim Ju-sik [38]

Ice dancing

Ice dancing medalists
Year Gold[2] Silver Bronze Details
1970 West Germany Angelika Buck / Erich Buck United Kingdom Kay Webster / Malcolm Taylor
1971 West Germany Angelika Buck / Erich Buck
1972 United States Mary-Karen Campell / Johnny Johns
1973 United Kingdom Rosalind Druce / David Barker Janet ? / Warren ? Jane ? / Richard ? [3]
1974 United States Judi Genovesi / Kent Weigle United Kingdom Odette Tolman / Trevor Davies United Kingdom Jennifer Thompson / Derek Tyers [4]
1975 Canada Lorna Wighton / John Dowding Soviet Union Elena Garanina / Igor Zavozin Soviet Union Marina Zueva / Andrei Vitman [4]
1976 Soviet Union Marina Zueva / Andrei Vitman United Kingdom Jayne Torvill / Christopher Dean United Kingdom Carol Long / Philip Stowell [4]
1977 United Kingdom Jayne Torvill / Christopher Dean United States Carol Fox / Richard Dalley United Kingdom Wendy Sessions / Marc Reed [4]
1978 Soviet Union Elena Garanina / Igor Zavozin United States Kim Krohn / Barry Hagan Canada Joanne French / John Thomas [4]
1979 Canada Gina Aucoin / Hans-Peter Ponikau United Kingdom Carol Long / John Philpot Soviet Union Tatiana Durasova / Sergei Ponomarenko [4]
1980 United Kingdom Wendy Sessions / Stephen Williams West Germany Birgit Goller / Peter Klisch United States Susan Marie Dymecki / Anthony Bardin [4]
1981 United Kingdom Karen Roughton / Marc Reed West Germany Birgit Goller / Peter Klisch United States Janice Kindrachuk / Blake Hobson [4]
1982 Soviet Union Marina Klimova / Sergei Ponomarenko Canada Isabelle Duchesnay / Paul Duchesnay West Germany Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer [4]
1983 Soviet Union Marina Klimova / Sergei Ponomarenko United States Eleanor DeVera / James Yorke West Germany Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer [4]
1984 United States Lois Luciani / Russ Witherby Soviet Union Irina Zhuk / Oleg Petrov United States Kristan Lowery / Chip Rossbach [4]
1985 Soviet Union Maya Usova / Alexander Zhulin West Germany Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer France Doriane Bontemps / Charles Paliard [4]
1986 West Germany Antonia Becherer / Ferdinand Becherer Soviet Union Svetlana Liapina / Gorsha Sur Canada Michelle McDonald / Michael Farrington [4]
1987 Soviet Union Ilona Melnichenko / Gennadi Kaskov Italy Stefania Calegari / Pasquale Camerlengo United States Dorothi Rodek / Robert Nardozza [4]
1988 Soviet Union Ilona Melnichenko / Gennadi Kaskov United States Elizabeth McLean / Ari Lieb Canada Jacqueline Petr / Mark Janoschak [4]
1989 France Isabelle Sarech / Xavier Debernis United States Lisa Grove / Scott Myers France Dominique Yvon / Frédéric Palluel [4]
1990 Canada Isabelle Labossiere / Mitchell Gould United Kingdom Lisa Bradby / Alan Towers France Christelle Descolis / Ludovic Deville [4]
1991 Soviet Union Irina Lobacheva / Alexei Pospelov United Kingdom Lisa Bradby / Alan Towers France Christelle Descolis / Ludovic Deville [4][5]
1992 Canada Shae-Lynn Bourne / Victor Kraatz Russia Olga Ganicheva / Maxim Kachanov Lithuania Margarita Drobiazko / Povilas Vanagas [4]
1993 Canada Martine Patenaude / Eric Massé United States Rachel Mayer / Peter Breen Lithuania Margarita Drobiazko / Povilas Vanagas [4]
1994 France Barbara Piton / Alexandre Piton Ukraine Elena Grushina / Ruslan Goncharov Canada Chantal Lefebvre / Patrice Lauzon [4]
1995 Russia Olga Sharutenko / Dmitri Naumkin Poland Iwona Filipowicz / Michal Szumski France Agnes Jacquemard / Alexis Gayet [6]
1996 Russia Ekaterina Svirina / Vladimir Leliukh United States Eve Chalom / Mathew Gates France Isabelle Delobel / Olivier Schoenfelder [7]
1997 Russia Olga Sharutenko / Dmitri Naumkin Russia Nina Ulanova / Mikhail Stifounin Bulgaria Albena Denkova / Maxim Staviski [8]
1998 Russia Nina Ulanova / Mikhail Stifounin United States Debbie Koegel / Oleg Fediukov France Alia Ouabdelsselam / Benjamin Delmas [9][10]
1999 United States Jamie Silverstein / Justin Pekarek France Alia Ouabdelsselam / Benjamin Delmas Germany Stephanie Rauer / Thomas Rauer [11][12]
2000 Canada Chantal Lefebvre / Justin Lanning France Magali Sauri / Michail Stifunin United Kingdom Marika Humphreys / Vitali Baranov [13][14]
2001 Poland Sylwia Nowak / Sebastian Kolasiński Italy Federica Faiella / Massimo Scali Russia Anastasia Belova / Ilia Isaev [15]
2002 Italy Federica Faiella / Massimo Scali United States Melissa Gregory / Denis Petukhov Russia Anastasia Belova / Ilia Isaev [16]
2003 Russia Svetlana Kulikova / Vitali Novikov Russia Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski United States Christie Moxley / Alexander Kirsanov [17]
2004 United States Lydia Manon / Ryan O'Meara Canada Martine Patinaude / Pascal Denis United Kingdom Phillipa Towler-Green / Phillip Poole [18]
2005 United States Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto Lithuania Margarita Drobiazko / Povilas Vanagas Germany Christina Beier / William Beier [19][20]
2006 United Kingdom Sinead Kerr / John Kerr United States Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin Israel Alexandra Zaretsky / Roman Zaretsky [21][22]
2007 United States Jennifer Wester / Daniil Barantsev Germany Christina Beier / William Beier Ukraine Alla Beknazarova / Vladimir Zuev [23][24]
2008 United States Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates Israel Alexandra Zaretsky / Roman Zaretsky United States Jane Summersett / Todd Gilles [25][26]
2009 United States Meryl Davis / Charlie White Israel Alexandra Zaretski / Roman Zaretski Lithuania Katherine Copely / Deividas Stagniūnas [27][28]
2010 France Nathalie Péchalat / Fabian Bourzat Italy Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte Russia Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko [29]
2011 United States Madison Hubbell / Zachary Donohue Germany Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi Canada Kharis Ralph / Asher Hill [30]
2012 United States Madison Chock / Evan Bates Azerbaijan Julia Zlobina / Alexei Sitnikov Germany Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi [31]
2013 United States Madison Hubbell / Zachary Donohue Russia Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin Canada Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam [32]
2014 CS Canada Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje United States Madison Chock / Evan Bates Germany Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi [33]
2015 CS United States Madison Chock / Evan Bates Canada Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam United States Anastasia Cannuscio / Colin McManus [34]
2016 CS Italy Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte United States Madison Chock / Evan Bates Canada Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier [35]
2017 CS United Kingdom Penny Coomes / Nicholas Buckland Japan Kana Muramoto / Chris Reed Germany Kavita Lorenz / Joti Polizoakis [36]
2018 CS Canada Piper Gilles / Paul Poirier United States Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons United States Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko [37]
2019 CS Canada Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Sørensen United States Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker United States Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko [38]


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