Potential Grand Prix Ladies

There are 30 ladies on the list including several skaters that competed as juniors and may choose to move up to seniors or return to the Junior Grand Prix.  This list was compiled using previous criteria for determining Grand Prix assignments.

There are 60 Grand Prix slots (including host picks) with 41 of the 60 slots filled from this list.  Angela Wang has confirmed she’s remaining junior this season.  Hannah Miller and Satoko Miyahara will likely be returning to the Junior Grand Prix.  Given the history of Russian ladies the last few seasons, Elena Radionova is likely to move up to seniors as she swept all of the junior events last season.  Anna Pogorilaya is a toss up as she is still age eligible but medaled at the Junior Grand Prix Final and at Junior Worlds. 

The assignments will be released on June 1st. 

Top 12 finishers at Worlds (guaranteed 2 GP spots, top 6 are seeded)

1 Yuna Kim
2 Carolina Kostner
3 Mao Asada
4 Kanako Murakami
5 Ashley Wagner
6 Gracie Gold
7 Zijun Li
8 Kaetlyn Osmond
9 Adelina Sotnikova
10 Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
11 Mae Berenice Meite
12 Akiko Suzuki

Top 24 Seasons Best (guaranteed 1 spot)

11 Elena Radionova (Junior)
12 Julia Lipnitskaia
13 Kiira Korpi
15 Mirai Nagasu
16 Christina Gao
17 Valentina Marchei
18 Hannah Miller (Junior)
19 Anna Pogorilaya (Junior)
20 Agnes Zawadzki
22 Angela Wang (Junior)
23 Satoko Miyahara (Junior)
24 Elene Gedevanishvili


Top 24 World Standings (guaranteed 1 assignment)
5 Viktoria Helgesson
9 Alena Leonova
19 Joshi Helgesson
20 Amelie Lacoste
21 Haruka Imai
22 Polina Korobeynikova

Top 3 at Junior Worlds and JGPF Gold Medalist (considered for 1 spot)

All meet one of the criteria above

Number of skaters eligible by country (not including host picks):

Russia: 7
United States: 7
Japan: 5
Canada: 2
Italy: 2
Sweden: 2
China: 1
Finland: 1
France: 1
Georgia: 1
Korea: 1