2017 JGP Poland Men’s Preview

Four men are still in the running for the Junior Grand Prix Final, while one is making his season debut, hoping he can secure his spot in front of the home crowd next week.  Alexei Krasnozhon has already secured his spot in the Final, with 30 points overall.  Mitsuki Sumoto and Makar Ignatov each have 24 points while Roman Savosin and Joseph Phan have 22.

This event also promises lots of quads, and it is likely that we’ll see all the medalists over the 200 point mark.

Alexey Erokhov has set the bar this season, and no one has come close to matching it.  He took home the gold medal from JGP Belarus.  His short program includes a triple flip + triple toe combination with two jumps in the bonus.  He earned all positive GOEs, but he did have one spin that earned Level 2.  His program components all averaged 7s or high 6s.  His free skate included two quads, the salchow and the toe, both which he received full credit for and stood up on.  He even received positive GOEs on the quad salchow.  After GOEs were taken into account, these two elements netted him almost 21 points.  He also has a third quad (toe) in the bonus that he did land, but received less credit because it was not completed in combination.  In addition to the quads, he has two triple + triple combinations.  Two of his spins only earned Level 3, and his program components slightly suffered compared to the short program, so there is still room to grow with this program.  He needs a medal of any color to guarantee a spot in the Junior Grand Prix Final, while a 4th place finish would keep him in the running.  He has the best short program, free skate, and total scores for the season.

Camden Pulkinen won his first career JGP medal, a gold, at JGP Austria.  His short program combination is a triple flip + triple toe and he only has one jump in the bonus.  He had two falls in his program, including on the combination jump.  His free skate does not have a quad, but he has two triple + triple combinations and two triple axels.  He has five jumping passes planned in the bonus.  He could bring his levels up more by upgrading all of his spins to Level 4 and the step sequence to at least a Level 3.  He also had fairly strong program components for this level, with everything in the 6 range, and some individual judges giving him marks as high as 7.50.  He needs to win a medal here to qualify for the Final, but he could stay in the mix with a 4th place finish.  He has the 10th best short program, 4th best free skate, and 4th best total scores.

Luc Economides also won his first JGP medal, a silver, in Austria.  His short program combination is a triple flip + triple toe.  He had one fall on his opening triple axel, but the rest of the program earned positive GOEs.  His free skate at that event was a bit messier, with singled jumps, invalid jumps, and a fall.  He has five jumping passes in the bonus, but had errors on two of them.  He does not have a quad, and did not land a clean triple + triple combination in his program in Austria.  He also had two spins that received Level 2.  He needs a gold or silver medal to qualify for the Final.  He has the 9th best total score.

Igor Efimchuk won a bronze medal at JGP Belarus.  His short program includes a triple loop + triple toe and he has two jumps in the bonus.  He only earned a slight negative GOE on one of his spins.  He fell on his opening quad toe in the free skate and both of his triple axels earned negative GOEs.  He also popped both of his lutzes, one into a single and one into a double.  He only has four jumping passes in the bonus, so he needs to make them all count.  He needs a gold medal to qualify for the Final.  He has the 2nd best short program and 8th best total scores.

Koshiro Shimada is out of the running for the Final after a 5th place finish last week in Croatia.  He only executed a double axel in his short program, and he earned negative GOEs on one of his spin combinations.  His program components were on the lower side, with transitions averaging in the 5 range.  He only has a double axel in his free skate and only one triple + triple combination.  However, he earned all positive GOEs, and had all Level 4 spins and steps.

Yan Hao made his JGP debut last week in Croatia, where he finished 8th overall.  He fell on the triple axel and the triple toe + triple toe combination in his short program and only did a double lutz.  While his program components averaged in the 5 range, he did receive 7 marks from some of the judges.  While he has a bit more difficult technical content than Shimada, his program was on the messier side and his program components were lower.

Jiri Belohradsky cannot qualify for the Final after a 6th place finish in a deep field at JGP Belarus.  However, he does have a shot at a medal here, with a strong performance.  His free skate does not have any particularly difficult content, and several jumps could be upgraded to triples, however, he can skate it very cleanly.  He only received a negative GOE on his final jumping pass, the double axel, and it was very minor.  While he is working on upgrading the difficulty, he could gain higher results this season with improved artistic scores, as his scores were all in the low 6 range, with some marks as low as 5.50.  His combination in the short program is a triple flip + triple toe and he has one jumping pass in the bonus.

Matteo Rizzo is making his JGP season debut.  If he medals here, he has a chance to qualify for the Final next week in Italy.  He has competed on the Junior Grand Prix since 2013, but his highest finish was 5th back in 2015.  He has had a great start to his senior season, however.  He set a personal best score of 227.02 at Lombardia Trophy where he finished 5th overall.  And just last weekend, he placed 4th at Nebelhorn Trophy, earning a spot at the Olympics.

 

My podium predictions:

Gold: Alexey Erokhov

Silver: Matteo Rizzo

Bronze: Camden Pulkinen

 

Bios of the competitors:

Larry Loupolover, AZE: He finished 36th at Worlds and 31st at Europeans.  He placed 10th at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 180.22.  He is 18 years old.

Mikalai Kazlou, BLR: He placed 20th at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 114.52.  He is 13 years old.

Conrad Orzel, CAN: He placed 13th at Junior Worlds.  He finished 7th at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 196.30.  He is 17 years old.

Yan Hao, CHN: He finished 8th at JGP Croatia.  His personal best is 187.48.  He is 14 years old.

Jiri Belohradsky, CZE: He finished 20th at Europeans.  He placed 6th at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 184.17.  He is 18 years old.

Aleksandr Selevko, EST: He placed 11th at JGP Germany last season.  His personal best is 184.93.  He is 16 years old.

Luc Economides, FRA: He placed 30th at Junior Worlds.  He won silver at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 190.59.  He is 18 years old.

Denis Gurdzhi, GER: He finished 20th at JGP Germany last season.  His personal best is 138.77.  He is 14 years old.

Alexander Borovoj, HUN: He placed 27th at Europeans and 40th at Junior Worlds.  He finished 17th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 137.49.  He is 18 years old.

Nikhil Pingle, IND: His personal best is 38.13.  He is 18 years old.

Mark Gorodnitsky, ISR: He placed 30th at Europeans and 22nd at Junior Worlds.  He finished 5th at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 186.02.  He is 16 years old.

Matteo Rizzo, ITA: He placed 30th at Worlds and 11th at Junior Worlds last season.  He finished 12th at JGP Germany last season.  His personal best is 227.02.  He is 19 years old.

Koshiro Shimada, JPN: He finished 14th at Junior Worlds.  He placed 5th at JGP Croatia.  His personal best is 203.29.  He is 16 years old.

Artur Panikhin, KAZ: He placed 32nd at Junior Worlds.  He finished 16th at JGP France and 16th at JGP Estonia last season.  His personal best is 141.47.  He is 17 years old.

Kims Georgs Pavlovs, LAT: He placed 16th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 138.80.  He is 14 years old.

Kai Ziang Chew, MAS: He finished 23rd at Europeans and 42nd at Junior Worlds.  He placed 9th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 161.41.  He is 18 years old.

Ryszard Gurtler, POL: He finished 41st at Junior Worlds.  He placed 16th at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 132.00.  He is 18 years old.

Erik Matysiak, POL: His personal best is 109.26.  He is 18 years old.

Milosz Witowski, POL: This is his JGP debut.

Sunghoon Park, KOR: He placed 15th at JGP Estonia last season.  His personal best is 146.01.  He is 14 years old.

Igor Efimchuk, RUS: He won bronze at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 195.63.  He is 18 years old.

Alexey Erokhov, RUS: He won gold at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 232.79.  He is 18 years old.

Jakub Krsnak, SVK: He placed 36th at Junior Worlds.  He finished 21st at JGP Croatia.  His personal best is 146.89.  He is 18 years old.

Nurullah Sahaka, SUI: He placed 34th at Junior Worlds.  He finished 16th at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 154.55.  He is 17 years old.

Alp Eren Ozkan, TUR: He finished 23rd at JGP Belarus.  His personal best is 96.30.  He is 14 years old.

Ivan Shmuratko, UKR: He finished 15th at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 152.69.  He is 15 years old.

Camden Pulkinen, USA: He won gold at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 203.80.  He is 17 years old.

Dinh Tran, USA:

2017 JGP Belarus Men’s Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
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TES
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PCS
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SS TR PE CO IN Ded.
StN.
1 Alexey EROKHOV RUS 77.52 42.60 34.92 7.00 6.82 7.07 6.96 7.07 0.00 #20
2 Igor EFIMCHUK RUS 76.10 42.13 33.97 6.82 6.64 6.93 6.79 6.79 0.00 #11
3 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 74.34 37.98 36.36 7.14 7.29 7.32 7.25 7.36 0.00 #13
4 Irakli MAYSURADZE GEO 66.67 37.27 29.40 5.93 5.54 6.04 5.93 5.96 0.00 #5
5 Tatsuya TSUBOI JPN 66.49 35.53 30.96 6.11 5.96 6.32 6.25 6.32 0.00 #17
6 Jiri BELOHRADSKY CZE 63.56 34.14 29.42 5.86 5.64 6.00 5.96 5.96 0.00 #14
7 Shuai FANG CHN 61.70 32.53 29.17 5.82 5.64 5.93 5.89 5.89 0.00 #23
8 Sihyeong LEE KOR 60.64 31.63 29.01 5.75 5.61 5.86 5.79 6.00 0.00 #15
9 Julian DONICA FRA 59.20 31.41 27.79 5.54 5.29 5.68 5.64 5.64 0.00 #22
10 Yakau ZENKO BLR 57.80 31.92 25.88 5.25 4.96 5.21 5.25 5.21 0.00 #3
11 Nicholas HSIEH USA 55.10 25.70 30.40 6.04 6.00 6.04 6.11 6.21 1.00 #7
12 Gabriel FOLKESSON SWE 54.99 31.53 24.46 4.93 4.71 5.00 4.89 4.93 1.00 #19
13 Mihhail SELEVKO EST 51.73 28.30 23.43 4.75 4.57 4.75 4.75 4.61 0.00 #9
14 Larry LOUPOLOVER AZE 49.42 24.96 25.46 5.14 4.86 5.14 5.11 5.21 1.00 #10
15 Yan TKALICH UKR 48.30 24.67 24.63 5.07 4.71 5.00 4.89 4.96 1.00 #8
16 James MIN AUS 42.92 19.78 24.14 4.89 4.68 4.61 4.89 5.07 1.00 #4
17 Vassil DIMITROV BUL 41.74 22.31 19.43 4.00 3.79 3.89 3.89 3.86 0.00 #2
18 Daniels ROSCIKS LAT 41.17 19.35 21.82 4.54 4.07 4.39 4.43 4.39 0.00 #21
19 Ryszard GURTLER POL 40.36 19.97 21.39 4.50 4.14 4.25 4.50 4.00 1.00 #1
20 Mikalai KAZLOU BLR 40.17 20.49 19.68 4.04 3.82 3.93 4.00 3.89 0.00 #25
21 Nikolaj Molgaard PEDERSEN DEN 38.50 18.75 19.75 3.96 3.75 4.04 4.00 4.00 0.00 #6
22 Azizmurod SHABAZOV UZB 31.33 13.40 17.93 3.64 3.43 3.68 3.68 3.50 0.00 #24
23 Alp Eren OZKAN TUR 30.41 12.80 18.61 3.82 3.46 3.79 3.79 3.75 1.00 #18
24 Che Yu YEH TPE 22.21 8.04 16.17 3.32 3.07 3.25 3.32 3.21 2.00 #16
WD Rakhat BRALIN KAZ #12

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
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TES
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PCS
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SS TR PE CO IN Ded.
StN.
1 Alexey EROKHOV RUS 155.27 85.03 70.24 7.18 6.86 7.04 7.11 6.93 0.00 #24
2 Andrew TORGASHEV USA 138.37 66.09 72.28 7.21 7.00 7.29 7.32 7.32 0.00 #23
3 Jiri BELOHRADSKY CZE 120.61 57.75 62.86 6.25 6.14 6.36 6.36 6.32 0.00 #21
4 Igor EFIMCHUK RUS 119.53 55.41 65.12 6.71 6.32 6.39 6.64 6.50 1.00 #22
5 Tatsuya TSUBOI JPN 118.70 59.22 60.48 6.18 5.89 6.07 6.14 5.96 1.00 #19
6 Irakli MAYSURADZE GEO 118.59 58.35 61.24 6.29 5.93 6.04 6.18 6.18 1.00 #20
7 Shuai FANG CHN 118.40 59.54 59.86 6.07 5.79 5.96 6.11 6.00 1.00 #17
8 Gabriel FOLKESSON SWE 110.01 57.93 54.08 5.43 5.18 5.32 5.54 5.57 2.00 #15
9 Larry LOUPOLOVER AZE 104.62 56.48 49.14 5.07 4.68 5.04 4.89 4.89 1.00 #10
10 Sihyeong LEE KOR 96.67 46.87 52.80 5.54 5.29 5.04 5.39 5.14 3.00 #16
11 Julian DONICA FRA 94.02 41.08 54.94 5.64 5.36 5.32 5.61 5.54 2.00 #18
12 Yan TKALICH UKR 93.83 48.91 44.92 4.71 4.21 4.50 4.54 4.50 0.00 #9
13 Yakau ZENKO BLR 92.57 43.93 51.64 5.29 4.82 5.21 5.32 5.18 3.00 #13
14 Ryszard GURTLER POL 91.64 49.34 42.30 4.43 4.11 4.25 4.25 4.11 0.00 #6
15 Nicholas HSIEH USA 91.48 38.14 56.34 5.89 5.57 5.39 5.75 5.57 3.00 #14
16 James MIN AUS 88.13 41.47 47.66 4.75 4.61 4.79 4.82 4.86 1.00 #12
17 Mihhail SELEVKO EST 83.58 41.64 43.94 4.64 4.29 4.29 4.50 4.25 2.00 #11
18 Vassil DIMITROV BUL 82.58 42.44 40.14 4.21 3.86 4.04 4.00 3.96 0.00 #8
19 Daniels ROSCIKS LAT 78.99 33.99 45.00 4.54 4.25 4.46 4.57 4.68 0.00 #7
20 Mikalai KAZLOU BLR 74.35 37.63 38.72 4.04 3.79 3.82 3.89 3.82 2.00 #1
21 Nikolaj Molgaard PEDERSEN DEN 73.67 35.53 39.14 4.07 3.79 3.82 3.96 3.93 1.00 #5
22 Alp Eren OZKAN TUR 65.89 29.41 36.48 3.71 3.50 3.64 3.68 3.71 0.00 #3
23 Azizmurod SHABAZOV UZB 65.74 29.18 36.56 3.64 3.46 3.71 3.79 3.68 0.00 #4
24 Che Yu YEH TPE 49.45 17.73 32.72 3.36 3.18 3.21 3.32 3.29 1.00 #2

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Alexey EROKHOV
RUS
232.79 1 1
2 Andrew TORGASHEV
USA
212.71 3 2
3 Igor EFIMCHUK
RUS
195.63 2 4
4 Irakli MAYSURADZE
GEO
185.26 4 6
5 Tatsuya TSUBOI
JPN
185.19 5 5
6 Jiri BELOHRADSKY
CZE
184.17 6 3
7 Shuai FANG
CHN
180.10 7 7
8 Gabriel FOLKESSON
SWE
165.00 12 8
9 Sihyeong LEE
KOR
157.31 8 10
10 Larry LOUPOLOVER
AZE
154.04 14 9
11 Julian DONICA
FRA
153.22 9 11
12 Yakau ZENKO
BLR
150.37 10 13
13 Nicholas HSIEH
USA
146.58 11 15
14 Yan TKALICH
UKR
142.13 15 12
15 Mihhail SELEVKO
EST
135.31 13 17
16 Ryszard GURTLER
POL
132.00 19 14
17 James MIN
AUS
131.05 16 16
18 Vassil DIMITROV
BUL
124.32 17 18
19 Daniels ROSCIKS
LAT
120.16 18 19
20 Mikalai KAZLOU
BLR
114.52 20 20
21 Nikolaj Molgaard PEDERSEN
DEN
112.17 21 21
22 Azizmurod SHABAZOV
UZB
97.07 22 23
23 Alp Eren OZKAN
TUR
96.30 23 22
24 Che Yu YEH
TPE
71.66 24 24
WD Rakhat BRALIN
KAZ

2017 JGP Belarus Men’s Preview

With seven events in the Junior Grand Prix series, this event falls at the halfway point.  Still, the men competing here either did not score well enough at their first event to be in contention, or this is their first event of the season, so no one has set themselves up to be in contention for the Final.  For being so deep into the season, a large number of the competitors are making their international or JGP debuts, 12 of the 25 entrants.

Alexey Erokhov won bronze at JGP Japan last season, where he also scored over 200 points.  However, that is his only international competition to date and he finished just 5th at Russian nationals last season as a junior.  Scoring seems to be a little lower this season, and even scores in the 180s can land you on the podium, so if he can get even close to his performance last year, he should take home a medal.

Andrew Torgashev was a bit hot and cold last season.  After winning a silver on the Junior Grand Prix and a bronze medal as a senior on the Challenger Series at the Tallinn Trophy, he did not qualify for the free skate at Junior Worlds and finished 25th overall.  He has a personal best over 200 points as well, set last season in Russia.  He started his season with a 6th place finish at the Philadelphia Summer Classic as a senior, but also scored over 200 points at that event.  This will be his third season on the Junior Grand Prix, where he has only medaled once, but has never finished lower than 5th.

Irakli Maysuradze also had a bit of a rough end to his season, finishing 35th at Junior Worlds.  However, he placed 6th and 7th at his two JGP assignments, a big improvement over the 2015 season.  His best finish at Junior Worlds was 18th, so he definitely was not performing his best at the end of last season.

Jiri Belohradsky had two top ten finishes on the Junior Grand Prix last season and finished 20th at Europeans for each of the last two seasons.

Sihyeong Lee might be a bit of a dark horse at this event.  He had a rough start to his JGP season last year, finishing 17th in France, but rebounded with an 8th place finish in Russia.  While he finished 16th at Four Continents and Junior Worlds, he set new personal best scores at those events and flirted with the 200 point mark at Four Continents.

Igor Efimchuk is on the older side to be making his Junior Grand Prix debut, as he is 18 and in his last season of Junior eligibility.  He has four previous international experiences, competing once each of the last four seasons.  Despite his lack of experience, he did finish 3rd as a junior at Russian nationals last season.

Nicholas Hsieh is perhaps not a contender at this event, but someone to watch for the future.  He won the silver medal as an intermediate at US Nationals last season and has scored well enough at novice club competitions to earn a spot on the Junior Grand Prix, his first junior level event.  This is definitely a show of confidence in a young skater, as the other entrant from the US, Torgashev, competed as a senior last season nationally.

 

My podium predictions:

Gold: Alexey Erokhov

Silver: Andrew Torgashev

Bronze: Sihyeong Lee

 

Bios of the competitors:

James Min, AUS: He placed 29th at Junior Worlds.  He finished 9th at JGP Australia.  His personal best is 154.80.  He is 17 years old.

Larry Loupolover, AZE: He finished 36th at Worlds and 31st at Europeans.  He placed 17th at JGP Czech Republic last season.  His personal best is 180.22.  He is 18 years old.

Mikalai Kazlou, BLR

Yakau Zenko, BLR: He placed 33rd at Junior Worlds.  He finished 15th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 176.89.  He is 17 years old.

Vassil Dimitrov, BUL

Shuai Fang, CHN

Che Yu Yeh, TPE:

Jiri Belohradsky, CZE: He finished 20th at Europeans.  He placed 8th at JGP Czech Republic and 10th at JGP Slovenia last season.  His personal best is 181.62.  He is 18 years old.

Nikolaj Molgaard Pedersen, DEN: He placed 20th at JGP Austria.  His personal best is 111.81.  He is 18 years old.

Mihhail Selevko, EST: He finished 18th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 136.54.  He is 14 years old.

Julian Donica, FRA: This is his JGP debut.  He is 18 years old.

Irakli Maysuradze, GEO: He finished 35th at Junior Worlds.  He placed 6th at JGP Russia and 7th at JGP Estonia last season.  His personal best is 182.61.  He is 17 years old.

Tatsuya Tsuboi, JPN: This is his JGP debut.  He is 14 years old.

Rakhat Bralin, KAZ

Daniels Rosciks, LAT: He placed 25th at JGP Latvia.  His personal best is 103.92.  He is 17 years old.

Ryszard Gurtler, POL: He finished 41st at Junior Worlds.  He placed 19th at JGP Czech Republic last season.  His personal best is 129.10.  He is 18 years old.

Sihyeong Lee, KOR: He placed 16th at Four Continents and 16th at Junior Worlds.  He placed 17th at JGP France and 8th at JGP Russia last season.  His personal best is 195.72.  He is 16 years old.

Igor Efimchuk, RUS: This is his JGP debut.  He is 18 years old.

Alexey Erokhov, RUS: He won bronze at JGP Japan last season.  His personal best is 216.91.  He is 18 years old.

Gabriel Folkesson, SWE: This is his JGP debut.  He is 15 years old.

Alp Eren Ozkan, TUR

Yan Tkalich, UKR: He placed 18th at JGP Estonia last season.  His personal best is 134.53.  He is 17 years old.

Nicholas Hsieh, USA

Andrew Torgashev, USA: He finished 25th at Junior Worlds.  He won silver at JGP Russia and placed 4th at JGP Germany last season.  His personal best is 204.91.  He is 16 years old.

Azizmurod Shabazov, UZB

Tirnavia Ice Cup Junior Men’s Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
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TES
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StN.
1 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 53.56 27.39 26.17 4.92 5.00 5.50 5.25 5.50 0.00 #7
2 Jiri BELOHRADSKY CZE 52.53 29.02 24.51 4.92 4.67 4.92 4.92 5.08 1.00 #10
3 Jakub KRSNAK SVK 45.62 23.70 22.92 4.67 4.17 4.67 4.58 4.83 1.00 #8
4 Alexander BOROVOJ HUN 44.33 20.16 24.17 4.92 4.50 5.00 4.83 4.92 0.00 #1
5 Osman AKGUN TUR 44.15 23.99 20.16 4.33 3.67 4.08 3.83 4.25 0.00 #4
6 Joshua ROLS FRA 43.32 23.66 21.66 4.50 4.00 4.33 4.50 4.33 2.00 #2
7 Alexander MASZLJANKO HUN 40.52 18.36 22.16 4.58 4.33 4.42 4.33 4.50 0.00 #5
8 Marco KLEPOCH SVK 40.20 18.20 23.00 4.83 4.42 4.58 4.42 4.75 1.00 #3
9 Mate BÖRÖCZ HUN 39.53 21.79 18.74 4.08 3.58 3.58 3.83 3.67 1.00 #6
10 Kristof BREZAR SLO 35.43 15.93 19.50 4.17 3.92 3.75 3.83 3.83 0.00 #9

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
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TES
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PCS
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SS TR PE CH IN Deduction
StN.
1 Jiri BELOHRADSKY CZE 97.97 49.95 48.02 5.17 4.50 4.67 4.75 4.92 0.00 #7
2 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 96.22 42.38 54.84 5.33 5.25 5.67 5.50 5.67 1.00 #10
3 Marco KLEPOCH SVK 86.23 43.43 42.80 4.33 4.08 4.33 4.33 4.33 0.00 #4
4 Jakub KRSNAK SVK 84.15 40.81 45.34 4.50 4.25 4.75 4.50 4.67 2.00 #8
5 Alexander BOROVOJ HUN 80.23 34.91 46.32 5.00 4.33 4.67 4.58 4.58 1.00 #9
6 Joshua ROLS FRA 77.31 36.29 42.02 4.17 3.92 4.25 4.25 4.42 1.00 #2
7 Mate BÖRÖCZ HUN 76.28 38.94 37.34 3.92 3.67 3.50 3.83 3.75 0.00 #5
8 Alexander MASZLJANKO HUN 76.08 30.90 45.18 4.67 4.25 4.58 4.42 4.67 0.00 #1
9 Osman AKGUN TUR 75.53 38.21 37.32 4.08 3.42 3.58 3.75 3.83 0.00 #6
10 Kristof BREZAR SLO 65.64 29.98 37.66 4.00 3.50 3.75 3.83 3.75 2.00 #3

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Jiri BELOHRADSKY CZE 150.50 2 1
2 Matyas BELOHRADSKY CZE 149.78 1 2
3 Jakub KRSNAK SVK 129.77 3 4
4 Marco KLEPOCH SVK 126.43 8 3
5 Alexander BOROVOJ HUN 124.56 4 5
6 Joshua ROLS FRA 120.63 6 6
7 Osman AKGUN TUR 119.68 5 9
8 Alexander MASZLJANKO HUN 116.60 7 8
9 Mate BÖRÖCZ HUN 115.81 9 7
10 Kristof BREZAR SLO 101.07 10 10