US International Figure Skating Classic Ladies Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skating Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 19 Satoko MIYAHARA, JPN 1 63.48 1 120.16 183.64
2 16 Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA, KAZ 4 59.66 2 118.25 177.91
3 15 Angela WANG, USA 2 61.31 4 105.49 166.80
4 18 Karen CHEN, USA 3 60.94 5 98.24 159.18
5 10 Selena ZHAO, CAN 9 50.77 3 106.26 157.03
6 11 Mariah BELL, USA 6 55.03 6 94.44 149.47
7 17 Kanako MURAKAMI, JPN 5 55.58 8 92.02 147.60
8 12 Amy LIN, TPE 7 52.51 7 92.11 144.62
9 13 Veronik MALLET, CAN 8 51.77 10 90.17 141.94
10 14 Brooklee HAN, AUS 10 50.25 9 90.29 140.54
11 6 Maisy Hiu Ching MA, HKG 11 45.21 12 75.69 120.90
12 9 Katarina KULGEYKO, ISR 14 40.47 11 77.82 118.29
13 5 Aimee BUCHANAN, ISR 13 42.89 14 73.17 116.06
14 7 Isadora WILLIAMS, BRA 15 39.02 13 75.11 114.13
15 3 Yasmine Kimiko YAMADA, SUI 16 38.51 15 72.32 110.83
16 8 Frances Clare UNTALAN, PHI 12 44.14 16 62.14 106.28
17 2 Johanna ALLIK, EST 17 34.27 17 58.84 93.11
18 1 Tiffany Chitring YIM, HKG 19 20.53 18 44.00 64.53
WD Netta SCHREIBER, ISR 18 26.78
WD Sonia LAFUENTE, ESP

US International Figure Skating Classic Men’s Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skating Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 11 Daniel SAMOHIN, ISR 3 71.52 2 152.15 223.67
2 13 Keiji TANAKA, JPN 5 66.54 3 145.80 212.34
3 14 Ross MINER, USA 1 74.66 5 135.27 209.93
4 12 Timothy DOLENSKY, USA 4 69.18 4 139.86 209.04
5 9 Shoma UNO, JPN 9 52.45 1 154.96 207.41
6 16 Richard DORNBUSH, USA 6 65.33 6 125.69 191.02
7 15 Alexei BYCHENKO, ISR 2 72.60 7 110.49 183.09
8 8 Christophe BELLEY-LEMELIN, CAN 8 58.12 8 106.09 164.21
9 6 Andrew DODDS, AUS 7 59.59 9 100.18 159.77
10 7 Bela PAPP, FIN 10 50.04 10 97.56 147.60
11 10 Lukas KAUGARS, LAT 11 49.62 12 85.99 135.61
12 2 Leslie IP, HKG 13 42.37 11 92.97 135.34
13 3 Carlo Vittorio PALERMO, ITA 12 47.05 13 78.37 125.42
14 1 Javier RAYA, ESP 14 40.34 14 75.77 116.11
15 4 Jordan DODDS, AUS 15 38.39 15 75.40 113.79
WD Yaroslav PANIOT, UKR 16 37.45

US Figure Skating Classic Pairs Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skating Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 4 Alexa SCIMECA
Chris KNIERIM, USA
2 49.00 1 114.24 163.24
2 5 Jessica CALALANG
Zack SIDHU, USA
1 51.92 2 104.26 156.18
3 3 Madeline AARON
Max SETTLAGE, USA
3 48.16 4 90.36 138.52
4 1 Brittany JONES
Joshua REAGAN, CAN
4 42.94 3 91.90 134.84
5 2 Marin ONO
Hon Lam TO, HKG
5 28.14 5 62.20 90.34

US Figure Skating Classic Men’s Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skating Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 8 Max AARON, USA 1 78.96 1 161.26 240.22
2 10 Ross MINER, USA 3 67.06 2 142.72 209.78
3 6 Daisuke MURAKAMI, JPN 2 68.56 3 136.11 204.67
4 7 Douglas RAZZANO, USA 5 66.15 4 133.42 199.57
5 9 Ronald LAM, HKG 4 66.67 5 127.44 194.11
6 1 Andrei ROGOZINE, CAN 6 65.29 6 126.87 192.16
7 2 Jordan MOELLER, USA 7 64.21 7 125.60 189.81
8 5 Bela PAPP, FIN 8 54.91 8 108.71 163.62
9 3 Maverick EGUIA, PHI 9 42.47 9 85.72 128.19
10 4 Balam LABARRIOS, MEX 10 29.38 10 60.53 89.91

US Figure Skating Classic Ladies Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skating Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 11 Polina EDMUNDS, USA 1 63.27 2 113.08 176.35
2 9 Courtney HICKS, USA 3 58.90 1 115.24 174.14
3 12 Riona KATO, JPN 2 61.55 5 100.14 161.69
4 13 Alaine CHARTRAND, CAN 4 58.35 4 103.30 161.65
5 10 Mirai NAGASU, USA 5 55.46 3 104.03 159.49
6 7 Brooklee HAN, AUS 8 42.74 6 89.90 132.64
7 6 Ashley SHIN, USA 6 49.83 8 75.59 125.42
8 3 Fleur MAXWELL, LUX 10 36.59 7 79.57 116.16
9 8 Anastasia KONONENKO, UKR 9 41.14 9 74.27 115.41
10 5 Frances Clare UNTALAN, PHI 7 43.90 10 67.45 111.35
11 1 Beata PAPP, FIN 12 32.26 11 60.44 92.70
12 4 Chelsea Chiyan YIM, HKG 11 34.36 12 55.90 90.26
13 2 Brittany LAU, SIN 13 22.34 13 52.51 74.85
WD Jennifer PARKER, GER

US Figure Skating Classic Dance Results

Place Start Name Short Dance Free Dance Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 6 Alexandra ALDRIDGE
Daniel EATON, USA
1 54.08 1 87.62 141.70
2 5 Nicole ORFORD
Thomas WILLIAMS, CAN
2 53.74 2 87.28 141.02
3 2 Anastasia CANNUSCIO
Colin MCMANUS, USA
4 46.34 3 80.10 126.44
4 4 Marieve CYR
Benjamin BRISEBOIS GAUDREAU, CAN
3 46.96 4 74.62 121.58
5 3 Pilar MAEKAWA MORENO
Leonardo MAEKAWA MORENO, MEX
5 36.64 5 60.46 97.10
6 1 Tatiana KOZMAVA
Aleksandr ZOLOTAREV, GEO
6 29.74 6 49.44 79.18
WD Sara HURTADO
Adria DIAZ, ESP

US International Figure Skating Classic Free Dance

Telegina/Japaridze, GEO: 34.53 TES + 33.02 PCS = 67.55 Total: 109.70

  • Curve lift with her wrapped around his waist while he is in a spread eagle
  • A little off on their unison in the first step sequence and not a lot of interesting variations in hold
  • Twizzles slightly off and they seem to be a little choppy
  • Rotational lift
  • Flip up into a handstand lift with him in a spread eagle
  • Lots of ice spray on the edge changes in their 2nd step sequence indicating they might not be clean
  • Slow dance spin but good flexibility from her
  • I feel like the tango/Latin elements of their program are placed here and there and it doesn’t really come across coherently through the whole program
  • Rotational lift with her in a haircutter

Aronow/Brubaker, USA: 28.57 TES + 33.73 PCS = 62.30 Total: 100.31 and into 2nd place

  • Nice lift with three good changes of position
  • Curve lift with him in a backwards hydroblade and her holding her body parallel to the ice
  • Nice flow through their step sequence with a bit more intricate changes of hold
  • They are far apart on their twizzles and seem to be off by a rotation on the 1st two sets
  • Nice backwards rotational lift with her in a twisted split position
  • Great extension and flexibility from her in the dance spin
  • Nice stretched free leg and good deep knees through their 2nd step sequence but they seem to have gotten lost at the end of the pattern
  • A bit of trouble in the flip up to their closing lift

Bernardi/Mior, ITA: 35.29 TES + 30.69 PCS -1.00 = 64.98  Total: 106.13 and into 2nd place

  • I’m not sure I get the theme they were going for here…he looks like an orchestra conductor but seemed to be a puppet who came to life
  • Good unison on the twizzles through all three sets
  • Rotational lift with her wrapped around his neck and one position change
  • They are a bit choppy in places and don’t always seem to have a good speed and flow across the ice
  • Decent positions in their dance spin but they could use some more speed and flexibility
  • Pretty good matching let height on their step sequence and good unison
  • Kick into a split lift transitioning into a rotational lift but she could use more stretch behind her knees in the split position
  • Interesting lift with him in a lunge and her balancing on his leg and a position change
  • Ended just after their music

Maekawa/Maekawa, MEX: 28.87 TES + 27.81 PCS = 56.68 Total: 92.26 and into 4th place

  • Split rotational lift but she could have more flexibility and stretch through the position–it also seemed rather bouncy but it was in time with the music so that might have been a choice
  • Basic holds in their step sequence and not fully stretched through their free leg positions
  • Twizzles a bit slow and a bobble on the 2nd set from her as they were too close
  • Not very deep in their edges in the 2nd step sequence and not a lot of use in her free arm
  • Straight line lift with him in a squat
  • Slow curve lift with her kicking over his head
  • She could have more stretch through her free leg and he could have more flexibility through his positions in the dance spin but speed is maintained throughout
  • Haircutter rotational lift wrapped around his neck

Tobias/Stagniunas, LTU: 37.36 TES + 37.55 PCS -2.00 = 72.91 Total: 121.08 and into 1st place

  • A little bobble from him on the 1st set of twizzles, good speed but unison is off
  • Nice speed and flow through the 1st step sequence with nice changes of hold and good use of her free arm
  • Rotational lift with her wrapped up around his head
  • Nice stretch from her through the dance spin with interesting arm positions in the layback and a good exit out of the spin
  • Nice hydroblade lift with her in a haircutter resting on his leg
  • A little bit of a lack of unison and varying leg heights in their 2nd step sequence in places
  • Arabesque lift with her standing on his leg and him balancing on one leg

Cannuscio/McManus, USA: 34.86 TES + 37.41 PCS -1.00  = 71.27  Total: 119.34 and into 2nd place

  • Nice speed and flow through their 1st step sequence with lots of changes of hold and good use of her free arm
  • Interesting rotational lift with two changes of position
  • Nice stretch through their free leg and decent matching leg lines in the 2nd step sequence
  • Nice changes of position for her with him in a spread eagle
  • One arm rotational lift with her in a catchfoot position
  • Great character to this program and they don’t drop it during their elements
  • He bails on the 1st set of twizzles and they only do 2 sets so that will really hurt their level
  • Could use a bit more speed on the dance spin but nice positions
  • Upside down hair cutter lift for her with him in a spread eagle
  • Nice final arabesque lift

Kriengkrairut/Giuletti-Schmitt, USA: 42.83 TES + 40.62 PCS -2.00 =81.45 Total: 134.48 and into 1st place

  • Nice unison and matching leg lines in their 1st step sequence, I like how both of them make use of their free arm and have an ease in the change of hold
  • A little off on the unison of their twizzles but pretty good
  • She has great lines on the ice
  • Twist up into a rotational hair cut lift
  • Nice entry into their dance spin with great positions from both of them with nice stretched out positions
  • Great backwards shoot the duck lift with her in an overextended split position arching back
  • Cartwheel up to a nice attitude position and then wrapping around his neck in the rotational lift
  • This team is such a joy to watch and have a great ease on the ice in addition to making some beautiful pictures
  • A bit of a bobble getting into their 2nd sequence but it wasn’t on an element so it won’t effect the levels
  • Rotational lift with him holding her by the foot with a change of position in the middle

Reed/Rogov, ISR: 35.56 TES + 32.70 PCS = 68.26 Total: 113.49 and into 4th place

  • They could use more stretch through their free leg in the 1st step sequence but their leg lines match well
  • Step up into an arched position with him in a spread eagle, transition into the rotational lift is slow
  • I’m not sure this program really works for them because they don’t seem to really be committing to the characters or the choreography and embracing the playfulness of the music
  • Good twizzles
  • Twist up into a rotational lift with her in a haircutter position
  • Slow on the dance spin and a bit choppy in the change of direction
  • A bit on top of their blades in the 2nd step sequence and they could work on having deeper edges
  • Awkward flip up into a lift with her standing on his leg

Plutowska/Gerber, POL: 35.47 TES + 32.86 PCS = 68.33  Total: 114.48 and into 4th place

  • Flip up into a straight line lift with nice position changes for her and nice speed through the rotational portion
  • They could have better matching leg lines in the 1st step sequence and she bobbled a turn and put a foot down and had to get back into it
  • He seemed a bit wild on the twizzles but they hung on
  • Nice curve lift with him in a spread eagle and her hanging upside down
  • Nice extension from her in the dance spin but a little bit slow
  • One arm rotational lift with an up and down motion
  • She has such elegance on the ice with great posture and lines
  • Nice use of the free arm and changes in hold in the 2nd step sequence
  • Rotational lift changing directions in the middle

Zlobina/Sitnikov, AZE: 38.80 TES + 39.79 PCS = 78.59 Total: 132.34 and into 2nd place

  • Nice lunge position from him with her leaning back over the ice in their 1st lift
  • He struggled to hang on to his 2nd set of twizzles but they had good unison
  • Good speed through their step sequence but a few places that were a bit choppy and they could use their eges more
  • Rotational lift with one arm in a catchfoot position for her
  • She could stretch more through the sit position in their dance spin but good speed throughout
  • Nice lasso entry into a one foot curve lift with a change of position
  • Good unison and flow through their 2nd step sequence
  • Rotational lift in a haircutter position

Weaver/Poje, CAN: 49.33 TES + 50.05 PCS = 99.38 Total: 161.99 and into 1st place

  • Nice passion and tango feel at the top of their program
  • Nice changes of hold and unison in their first step sequence with good edges and they keep the performance up the whole time
  • Nice arched position for her in the first position in the dance spin but extremely slow
  • Difficult one arm rotational lift with him picking her up from the ice
  • Cartwheen up to a straight line lift with two changes of position
  • Curve lift with her balanced out parallel to the ice
  • A little slow on the twizzles but good unison
  • Rotational lift with her in a haircutter but he is holding her foot and her arms are wrapped around his neck

Orford/Williams, CAN: 41.67 TES + 42.29 PCS -1.00 = 82.96 Total: 137.60 and into 2nd place

  • Loss of balance on the first lift–he was skating backwards on one leg and flipped her up over his head but they got out of it gracefully
  • Nice positions, speed and a good exit out of their dance spin
  • Twizzles were a little choppy and they could have been closer together
  • Great extension and lines through their step sequence with good speed and flow; also nice unison and matching leg lines
  • Flip up into a rotational lift with great speed and a nice exit from her
  • Good speed and unison through their 2nd step sequence but a bit choppy in places
  • One arm rotational lift
  • Cool toss lift into a straight line lift with him in a squad
  • I think this program will flow a bit better once they really get it later in the season but at times they seem to be fighting to keep up with the music

Coomes/Buckland, GBR: 38.32 TES + 42.12 PCS -1.00 = 79.44  Total: 133.41 and into 4th place

  • He falls at the top of the program in a transition movement
  • Cool press lift from an upside down position into a nice rotational lift
  • Good ease in their position changes in the 1st step sequence
  • Twizzles a bit choppy and really off on their unison
  • They have some interesting lifts with very unique entries and exits but they still seem a bit messy
  • Good positions in speed in their dance spin but a bit choppy on the change of direction
  • One arm up and down rotational lift with her legs in a half split
  • Cartwheel up into a couple flips

Davis/White, USA: 53.17 TES + 57.85 PCS -1.00 = 110.02 Total: 183.69 and into 1st place

  • Very good slide across the ice up into their first lift and extremely difficult
  • Nice leg lines and unison in the 1st step sequence with ease in their changes of holds and really good edge changes
  • Press up nto a handstand balancing on his shoulder into a split rotational lift
  • Nice positions in their dance spin with a good entrance from a spiral and a lift exit
  • Very close and good speed on their first set of twizzles but a bit slower on their second set
  • Solid second step sequence and they really flew across the ice
  • Rotational lift
  • Stag lift with her balancing on just his shoulders
Place Start No. Name Short Dance Free Dance Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 14 Meryl Davis
Charlie White, USA
1 73.67 1 110.02 183.69
2 11 Kaitlyn Weaver
Andrew Poje, CAN
2 62.61 2 99.38 161.99
3 12 Nicole Orford
Thomas Williams, CAN
3 54.64 3 82.96 137.60
4 7 Lynn Kriengkrairut
Logan Giulietti-Schmitt, USA
6 53.03 4 81.45 134.48
5 13 Penny Coomes
Nicholas Buckland, GBR
4 53.97 5 79.44 133.41
6 10 Juliya Zlobina
Aleksei Sitnikov, AZE
5 53.75 6 78.59 132.34
7 5 Isabella Tobias
Stagniunas Deividas, LTU
7 48.17 7 72.91 121.08
8 6 Anastasia Cannuscio
Colin McManus, USA
8 48.07 8 71.27 119.34
9 9 Justyna Polutowska
Peter Gerber, POL
9 46.15 9 68.33 114.48
10 8 Allison Reed
Vasili Rogov, ISR
10 45.23 10 68.26 113.49
11 1 Angelina Telegina
Otar Japaridze, GEO
11 42.15 11 67.55 109.70
12 3 Federica Bernardi
Christopher Mior, ITA
12 41.15 12 64.98 106.13
13 2 Alissandra Aronow
Collin Brubaker, USA
13 38.01 13 62.30 100.31
14 4 Pilar Maekawa
Leonardo Maekawa, MEX
14 35.58 14 56.68 92.26

US International Figure Skating Classic Ladies Free Skate

Dimitra Korri, GRE: 30.39 TES + 29.87 PCS = 60.26  Total: 91.62

  • Very slow into her double axel and hands down on the landing
  • Double flip + double toe and has to put her foot down on the 2nd landing
  • Double salchow
  • Could use more stretch through her camel spin but a nice low sit position; slow but speed maintained throughout
  • A bit wobbly on some of the one foot steps in her step sequence and not a lot of speed or flow across the ice
  • Double flip
  • Double axel + double toe
  • Double lutz + double toe + double toe
  • Double loop
  • Nice low sit spin into a good back tuck position
  • Good flexibility through the catch foot camel spin into a nice broken leg sit spin
  • Good spiral and really nice hydroblade in her choreographic step sequence

Brittany Lau, SIN: 26.25 TES + 30.40 PCS -1.00 = 55.65 Total: 83.44 and into 2nd place

  • Double flip + double toe
  • Really up on the ice in her step sequence and not down into her edges at all
  • Good speed in her spin but not a lot of flexibility through the positions and losing some centering through the position changes
  • Solid double flip
  • Spread eagle into a double axel–not enough speed going in, bobbles the landing and can’t hold on to it and falls
  • Decent spirals in her choreographic sequence
  • Double lutz + double loop–supposed to be a 3 jump combo but can’t get last jump off
  • Not a lot of speed through these transitions and it looks like she’s marking the choreography
  • Double loop + double loop + double loop
  • Struggles in her spin and seems to have to abort some of the positions
  • Double flip
  • Double loop
  • Ok layback into an ok Biellman
  • Seemed to finish several seconds behind her music

Georgia Glastris, GRE: 25.24 TES + 32.79 PCS = 58.03  Total: 89.58 and into 2nd place

  • Big telegraphing into the double axel and messy landing
  • Triple salchow + double toe–she has nice toe point in her jumps
  • Double flip + double toe–turned out and didn’t get off what looked to be her 3rd jump
  • No speed at the end of her combination spin
  • Double lutz step out
  • Double salchow
  • Decent layback spin but she could work on her arm position into a nice Biellman
  • Double salchow
  • Double flip
  • Nice flexibility through the spiral positions in the choreographic step sequence but a little tight on the center leap
  • Decent camel position but she could use more stretch through her sits, ending with a nice upright spin

Clara Peters, IRL: 27.68 TES + 32.79 PCS -2.00 = 58.47  Total: 88.33 and into 3rd place

  • Opened with her sit spin with a flying change of foot
  • Double axel with a big ice spray on the take off but nicely landed
  • Triple salchow feet get tied up under her and a fall
  • Double loop
  • No arch on the layback and losing speed through the haircutter
  • Bobbles on one of the turns in the step sequence and has to put her free leg down; I’d like to see more stretch through her free let through all these sequences to get a better line
  • Double loop + double loop
  • Double axel hand down and then fall
  • Double flip
  • She seems to be skating hunched over a lot of the time and I think that’s hurting her in the jumps
  • Double lutz
  • Needs more elevation in the free leg in the camel and more stretch through all of these positions and more speed

Melanie Yuung-Hui Chang, TPE: 33.59 TES + 34.53 PCS = 68.12 Total: 109.74 and into 1st place

  • Triple loop
  • Triple toe loop hand down
  • Popped salchow
  • A bit slow on the combination spin
  • Triple salchow
  • Triple toe down on her side and only manages to tack on a single toe
  • Double axel turn out but free leg stays up
  • Nice twisted sit spin but losing all speed through the back sit variation
  • Decent flexibility through the spirals in the choreographic sequence
  • Single axel
  • Better camel spin but could use more stretch through these positions and no speed or arch in the layback

Crystal Kiang, TPE: 30.70 TES + 36.14 PCS = 66.84 Total: 100.57 and into 2nd place

  • Two footed landing on the triple flip
  • Triple loop two footed + double loop
  • Double lutz
  • Good speed in the camel spin into a nice sit spin; good camel spin after the change of foot
  • Good flow through the step sequence but she could use more of her upper body to get higher levels
  • Gorgeous spiral and nice split jump
  • Triple loop two footed
  • Double axel + double toe
  • Spiral into a double axel, a little back on the landing but hangs on
  • Double lutz + double loop + double loop back on the landing again
  • Good stretch through her sit spin but could be in a lower position, decent layback and nice Biellman but she needs more speed
  • Nice backwards sit spin with a twist and the leg straight out

Sandy Hoffman, GER: 42.01 TES + 37.86 PCS = 79.87 Total: 124.18 and into 1st place

  • Double toe
  • Spiral into a triple loop
  • Double axel
  • Triple salchow + double toe
  • Triple salchow fighting for the landing a bit
  • Nice flexibility and speed through the catch foot positions in her camel spin
  • Really nice Biellman spin
  • She could use her edges a bit more through the step sequence
  • Triple loop + single toe
  • Double axel ekes out the landing and tacks out a single toe + single loop
  • Great flexibility through her upright catchfoot spin

Chelsea Chiappa, HUN: 25.18 TES + 33.19 PCS -1.00 = 57.37 Total: 90.14 and into 5th place

  • Double axel hanging on to the landing
  • Odd landing on the triple toe with a two foot
  • Triple salchow two footed landing and really struggles to hold her balance
  • Big free leg kick out on double flip
  • Needs more flexibility through camel spin, misses her foot in the catch foot and struggles with centering
  • I think this music is a bit much for her to interpret
  • Double axel + double toe
  • Slow on the back tuck position in the sit spin
  • Not a lot of transitions or connection with the music
  • Double flip two footed landing and turn out
  • Triple salchow hand down and then a fall
  • Better camel spin into a good low sit position and a nice upright catchfoot spin
  • Very choppy and on top of her edges in the step sequence and not a lot of speed or flow across the ice

Samantha Cesario, USA: TES + PCS = 109.38 Total: 157.29

  • Sorry I missed this one!  Computer died but should be back up soon.

Courtney Hicks, USA: TES + PCS = 117.08  Total: 171.88

Amelie Lacoste, CAN: 96.94 Total: 147.88

Agnes Zawadzki, USA: 42.79 TES + 53.21 PCS – 1.00 = 95.00  Total: 151.27 and into 3rd place

Gracie Gold, USA: 49.05 TES + 58.14 PCS -1.00 = 106.19 Total: 164.68 and into 2nd place

  • Huge triple lutz + triple toe
  • Popped her double axel into a single
  • Double loop
  • Good camel spin position with a nice catchfoot and good speed throughout
  • Nice stretch through her arms and legs in all of these transition moves and good speed and flow through her step sequence with some difficult edge changes
  • Her connection to the music is better but in some places she still seems to me moving through it
  • Double flip
  • Spiral into a single lutz
  • Triple salchow
  • Good camel spin into a nice broken leg postion, good stretch and speed through the sit position
  • Nice spirals in her choreographic sequence
  • Double axel + double toe + double toe
  • Nice layback into a good Biellman but losing just a bit of speed
Place Start No. Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 10 Courtney Hicks, USA 3 54.80 1 117.08 171.88
2 13 Gracie Gold, USA 1 58.49 3 106.19 164.68
3 9 Samantha Cesario, USA 5 47.91 2 109.38 157.29
4 12 Agnes Zawadzki, USA 2 56.27 5 95.00 151.27
5 11 Amelie Lacoste, CAN 4 50.94 4 96.94 147.88
6 7 Sandy Hoffmann, GER 6 44.31 6 79.87 124.18
7 5 Melanie Yuung-Hui Chang, TPE 7 41.62 7 68.12 109.74
8 6 Crystal Kiang, TPE 8 33.73 8 66.84 100.57
9 1 Dimitra Korri, GRE 11 31.36 9 60.26 91.62
10 8 Chelsea Chiappa, HUN 9 32.77 12 57.37 90.14
11 3 Georgia Glastris, GRE 10 31.55 11 58.03 89.58
12 4 Clara Peters, IRL 13 29.86 10 58.47 88.33
13 2 Brittany Lau, SIN 14 27.79 13 55.65 83.44
WD Danielle Montalbano, ISR 12 30.56

US Figure Skating Classic Pairs Results

Place Start No. Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 7 Kirsten Moore-Towers
Dylan Moscovitch, CAN
1 68.52 1 132.78 201.30
2 5 Caydee Denney
John Coughlin, USA
3 61.66 2 126.81 188.47
3 6 Tarah Kayne
Daniel O’Shea, USA
4 60.31 3 106.96 167.27
4 4 Marissa Castelli
Simon Shnapir, USA
2 62.26 4 103.65 165.91
5 3 Paige Lawrence
Rudi Swiegers, CAN
5 59.30 5 95.70 155.00
6 2 Andrea Davidovich
Evgeni Krasnapolsky, ISR
7 43.70 6 89.37 133.07
7 1 Felicia Zhang
Nathan Bartholomay, USA
6 50.23 7 79.97 130.20

US International Figure Skating Classic Men’s Free Skate

Michael Christian Martinez, PHI: 61.05 TES + 62.34 PCS = 123.39  Total: 183.04

  • Opening up with a big triple axel + double toe
  • He has such long legs but I’m not sure he quite knows what to do with them yet and some transitions seem a bit unbalanced and awkward but he does have a lot of potential
  • Another nice triple axel
  • A bit slow headed into the triple lutz + double toe
  • Really nice camel spin into a nice low broken let sit variation
  • Step sequence seems a bit slow and labored and not as into the ice as he could be–he also seemed to be slightly ahead of his music
  • Really nice spiral into a triple toe
  • Doubled the lutz
  • Spiral into a single flip
  • Ina Bauer into a triple loop with a flip out
  • Flying entry to a sit spin but slow through the 2nd variation
  • He doesn’t seem to be really connecting with this program and there isn’t an attempt to sell it
  • Hydroblade into triple salchow–he does have some interesting entries into his jumps which add to his GOE score
  • Nice upright catch foot spin into a gorgeous Biellman in his final combination spin

Christopher Caluza, PHI: 61.70 TES + 61.84 PCS = 123.54 Total: 185.33 and into 1st place

  • Triple loop two footed the landing–not enough height to get the quad
  • Triple salchow + triple toe a little iffy on the landing
  • Nice triple lutz
  • Not a lot of transitions between the first few passes and not many variations on the entries and exits
  • He seems to slightly lean forward in this step sequence and is on top of his edges a bit but he has nice speed and flow across the ice
  • Losing speed through his sit spin position changes
  • Great position in his camel spin into a nice catch foot and staying centered through the change of foot
  • I like the elegance in these transitions and he seems to be settling in more
  • Triple loop + double toe + double loop a little tight
  • Triple flip out of a lunge stepping up into a double axel
  • Triple lutz + double toe–could have a bit more height on the 2nd jump but he did the Tano variation
  • Double axel
  • Losing his position a bit on the camel spin and a bit of trouble in the flying change of position to the sit spin but ending with a nice upright catchfoot

Stanislav Samohin, ISR: 50.69 TES + 57.18 PCS -1.00 = 106.87  Total: 163.71 and into 3rd place

  • I love his quality of movement and intensity at the top of the program
  • Triple axel hands down on the ice
  • Triple lutz hand down + double toe
  • Single axel
  • Triple loop
  • Nice camel spin into a stretched out sit spin–lost his center and a bit bobble on the change of foot
  • He has a lot going for him in terms of his performance quality and the enjoyability of his skates but the jumps just don’t seem there yet
  • Triple toe + triple toe and barely hangs on
  • Triple lutz hands down and then a fall
  • Spread eagle into a double axel two footed landing
  • Good variations in his combination spin but it seems a bit slow
  • A little bobbly in some of the one foot sections of his footwork but he’s really working with his music
  • Triple salchow
  • He could be lower in these sit positions

Charles Pao, TPE: 24.72 TES + 38.84 PCS -3.00 = 60.56 Total: 95.18 and into 4th place

  • Hard fall on his opening triple lutz
  • Triple salchow turn out + double toe
  • Single flip
  • He could use more flexibility through his catchfoot camel position
  • A little off balance in places in the step sequence and really shallow on his edges with lots of ice spray
  • Triple salchow
  • Big telegraph into his triple loop and he landed in almost a criss cross position
  • Broken leg sit spin and needs to be much lower in all his sit positions
  • I can’t tell if he accidentally left his practice gloves on or it that is part of the costume
  • Popped jump
  • Single axel with no height
  • Triple axel fall
  • He really needs to work on his knees and edges and that will make everything in this program a lot easier for him
  • No speed in his sit spin and he needs more stretch through the free leg
  • No connection with the music or performance quality–he also seems to be staring at the ice and not out at the audience which also could be affecting his jumps

Andrei Rogozine, CAN: 50.01 TES + 60.52 PCS = 110.53 Total: 168.92 and into 3rd place

  • Two footed opening quad toe with nice speed on the rotation
  • Spread eagle into a triple axel with a bit of a step out on the landing
  • Triple salchow
  • Double lutz
  • Flying camel spin into a catch foot position with some good flexibility
  • Good speed in his step sequence but I’d like to see him really finish off the moves and stretch through his free leg more
  • Spread eagle into triple axel with a step out
  • Single loop
  • Triple flip
  • He could have a lower sit spin position and seems to be traveling slightly throughout the spin
  • Some nice movement in his choreographic step sequence but also some moves that seem awkward
  • Not a lot of speed in his closing spin

Oleksii Bychenko, ISR: 44.36 TES + 56.16 PCS = 100.52  Total: 162.71 and into 5th place

  • Nice speed and rotation on the triple axel but messy on the landing
  • Triple axel step out + single toe
  • Triple loop
  • Could be a bit lower in the sit spin but nice speed
  • Step sequence seems a bit frantic in places but it’s nice to see him going for the choreography
  • Triple salchow
  • The flamenco choreography is all there but I’d like to see him put a bit more spark behind it and really execute it and get his PCS levels up
  • Double flip + double toe
  • Single lutz
  • Traveling a lot on his camel spin and trouble after his flying change of foot
  • Double axel + double toe–seemed tired going in but pulled it off
  • Double flip
  • Choreographed step sequence seemed rushed and he didn’t seem to have enough time to really do all the steps

Max Aaron, USA: 81.88 TES + 75.84 PCS = 157.72 Total: 239.21 and into 1st

  • Doubled his opening quad toe attempt
  • Quad salchow forward on the landing + single toe loop
  • Triple loop right on the music
  • Traveling a bit on the flying change of foot in his first spin
  • Nice use of his whole body in this step sequence and good connection with the music
  • Good broken leg sit variation with an interesting exit–but seemed to come out a few seconds too early
  • Quad salchow flip out
  • Triple axel + double toe very nicely done
  • Triple lutz + half loop + triple salchow
  • There is a definite improvement in the quality of his movement and expression this season
  • Triple axel right on the music
  • Great choreographic step sequence but I’d like to see him open up to the audience a bit more
  • Very nice triple flip
  • Good final sit spin

Grant Hochstein, USA: 60.94 TES + 69.68 PCS -2.00 =128.62  Total: 191.91 and into 2nd place

  • Quad toe fall
  • Quad toe fall but much closer to being landed
  • Double axel
  • Interesting entry to the camel spin with a nice catch foot variation but he could use a bit more speed
  • Nice flow and edgework in his step sequence
  • Triple lutz
  • Flying sit spin with nice stretch through his free leg into a back tuck variation
  • Triple flip
  • Triple loop seemed a bit off in the air but landed nicely
  • Nice inside edge spread eagle and great quality of movement through these transitions
  • Triple lutz + double toe
  • Triple toe + half loop + double salchow
  • Possible hand down on his final combination spin with some really nice position variations

Stephen Carriere, USA: 76.88 TES + 73.18 PCS -2.00 = 148.06  Total: 225.54 and into 2nd place

  • Fall on his opening quad toe
  • Triple axel + double toe
  • Fall on the triple axel
  • His upper body seems a bit stiff in the step sequence but he has good flow across the ice
  • Good camel position into a sit position with good speed
  • Triple salchow + double toe + double toe with arms overhead
  • Difficult one foot entry into the triple lutz + triple toe and forward on the landing
  • Triple flip
  • Good twisted sit position with nice speed
  • Triple lutz
  • Camel spin into a sit spin, it would be nice to see him hold the headless spin a bit longer, no speed in the camel spin after the change of foot

Joshua Farris, USA: 57.37 TES + 78.34 PCS -1.00 = 134.71 Total: 206.56 and into 3rd place

  • Triple toe (intended quad)
  • Triple salchow
  • Huge ice coverage on the triple axel but sat down on the landing
  • Great sit spin position with nice stretch and toe point and a very low position
  • He choreographs his programs and it’s evident in his execution and commitment to the movement
  • Nice subtle quality to his step sequence with great edges, interesting movement and nice flow through his whole body
  • Triple axel + single toe
  • Triple flip + single toe–first jump was gorgeous not sure what happened
  • Triple lutz + double toe
  • Lost his foot on the camel spin
  • He trains in Colorado Spring so altitude is not an issue for him, so I think he’s just dealing with nerves
  • This is a gorgeous program and I think he’s got a real shot when the jumps are all there
  • Double loop
  • Camel spin into a nice sit and ending with an upright spin
Place Start No. Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 7 Max Aaron, USA 1 81.49 1 157.72 239.21
2 9 Stephen Carriere, USA 2 77.48 2 148.06 225.54
3 10 Joshua Farris, USA 3 71.85 3 134.71 206.56
4 8 Grant Hochstein, USA 4 63.29 4 128.62 191.91
5 2 Christopher Caluza, PHI 6 61.79 5 123.54 185.33
6 1 Michael Christian Martinez, PHI 7 59.65 6 123.39 183.04
7 5 Andrei Rogozine, CAN 8 58.39 7 110.53 168.92
8 3 Stanislav Samohin, ISR 9 56.84 8 106.87 163.71
9 6 Oleksii Bychenko, ISR 5 62.19 9 100.52 162.71
10 4 Charles Pao, TPE 10 34.62 10 60.56 95.18
WD Misha Ge, UZB