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2023 U.S. Figure Skating Championships
Type:National championship
Date:January 23 – 29
Season:2022–23
Location:San Jose, California
Host:U.S. Figure Skating
Venue:SAP Center
Champions
Men's singles:
Ilia Malinin (S)
Lucas Broussard (J)
Women's singles:
Isabeau Levito (S)
Soho Lee (J)
Pair skating:
Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier (S)
Ellie Korytek / Timmy Chapman (J)
Ice dance:
Madison Chock / Evan Bates (S)
Leah Neset / Artem Markelov (J)
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The 2023 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships was held January 23–29, 2023, at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.[1] Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance at the senior and junior levels. The results were part of the U.S. selection criteria for the 2023 World Championships, 2023 World Junior Championships, the 2023 Four Continents Championship, and the 2023 World Team Trophy.

San Jose was originally scheduled to host the 2021 event,[2] but it was relocated to Las Vegas. San Jose was then awarded the 2023 Championships instead. It was the fourth time the city hosted the event.[3]

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Toyota

Toyota

Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. It was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda and incorporated on August 28, 1937. Toyota is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world, producing about 10 million vehicles per year.

SAP Center

SAP Center

The SAP Center at San Jose is an indoor arena located in San Jose, California. Its primary tenant is the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League, for which the arena has earned the nickname "The Shark Tank".

San Jose, California

San Jose, California

San Jose, officially the City of San José, is a major city in the U.S. state of California that is the cultural, financial, and political center of Silicon Valley and largest city in Northern California by both population and area. With a 2020 population of 1,013,240, it is the most populous city in both the Bay Area and the San Jose–San Francisco–Oakland Combined Statistical Area, which contain 7.7 million and 9.7 million people respectively, the third-most populous city in California, and the tenth-most populous in the United States. Located in the center of the Santa Clara Valley on the southern shore of San Francisco Bay, San Jose covers an area of 179.97 sq mi (466.1 km2). San Jose is the county seat of Santa Clara County and the main component of the San Jose–Sunnyvale–Santa Clara Metropolitan Statistical Area, with an estimated population of around two million residents in 2018.

California

California

California is a state in the Western United States, located along the Pacific Coast. With nearly 39.2 million residents across a total area of approximately 163,696 square miles (423,970 km2), it is the most populous U.S. state and the third-largest by area. It is also the most populated subnational entity in North America and the 34th most populous in the world. The Greater Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas are the nation's second and fifth most populous urban regions respectively, with the former having more than 18.7 million residents and the latter having over 9.6 million. Sacramento is the state's capital, while Los Angeles is the most populous city in the state and the second most populous city in the country. San Francisco is the second most densely populated major city in the country. Los Angeles County is the country's most populous, while San Bernardino County is the largest county by area in the country. California borders Oregon to the north, Nevada and Arizona to the east, the Mexican state of Baja California to the south; and has a coastline along the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Single skating

Single skating

Single skating is a discipline of figure skating in which male and female skaters compete individually. Men's singles and women's singles are governed by the International Skating Union (ISU). Figure skating is the oldest winter sport contested at the Olympics, with men's and women's single skating appearing as two of the four figure skating events at the London Games in 1908.

Pair skating

Pair skating

Pair skating is a figure skating discipline defined by the International Skating Union (ISU) as "the skating of two persons in unison who perform their movements in such harmony with each other as to give the impression of genuine Pair Skating as compared with independent Single Skating". The ISU also states that a pairs team consists of "one Woman and one Man". Pair skating, along with men's and women's single skating, has been an Olympic discipline since figure skating, the oldest Winter Olympic sport, was introduced at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. The ISU World Figure Skating Championships introduced pair skating in 1908.

Ice dance

Ice dance

Ice dance is a discipline of figure skating that historically draws from ballroom dancing. It joined the World Figure Skating Championships in 1952, and became a Winter Olympic Games medal sport in 1976. According to the International Skating Union (ISU), the governing body of figure skating, an ice dance team consists of one woman and one man.

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Figure Skating Championships will be held in Saitama, Japan from March 20–26, 2023. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Championships.

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 World Junior Figure Skating Championships will be held in Calgary, Canada, from February 27–March 5, 2023. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. The competition will determine the entry quotas for each federation at the 2024 World Junior Championships.

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is scheduled to take place at the Broadmoor World Arena from February 7–12, 2023, in Colorado Springs, United States of America. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Nations from non-European countries could send 3 entries at most for every discipline.

2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

The 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships were held from January 11–21, 2021 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dance at the senior and junior levels. The results were part of the U.S. selection criteria for the 2021 World Championships. It would also have been part of the selection criteria for the 2021 World Junior Championships and the 2021 Four Continents Championship, but the events were cancelled.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Las Vegas, often known simply as Vegas, is the 25th-most populous city in the United States, the most populous city in the state of Nevada, and the county seat of Clark County. The city anchors the Las Vegas Valley metropolitan area and is the largest city within the greater Mojave Desert. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city, known primarily for its gambling, shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and nightlife. The Las Vegas Valley as a whole serves as the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.

Qualifying

Skaters qualify for Nationals by competing in the National Qualifying Series, a series of competitions[4] that allow skaters to qualify for the Sectionals, U.S. Pairs Final and U.S. Ice Dance Final in November.[5][6]

Advancement to Nationals

Skaters advance to Nationals by either having a bye or competing at Sectionals Singles, U.S. Pairs or U.S. Ice Dance Finals.[7]

If the maximum number of competitors isn't reached through byes, additional spots will be available at the Championship Series. Competitors from the Championship Series will be selected on the next best total combined score. If the number of athletes with three international competitions from the approved competition list exceeds the number of available byes (4 for senior singles, 3 for senior pairs, and 5 for senior ice dance, 3 for all junior disciplines), byes will be awarded based on highest to lowest total score in the following order of importance:

  • ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating
  • ISU Junior Grand Prix
  • ISU Challenger Series

There will be a minimum required score for all athletes to compete to be decided in the fall of 2022. Approved international competitions applicable for byes are the Grand Prix Series, Junior Grand Prix Series, Challenger Series, and Junior and Senior Grand Prix Final.[7]

Seniors

Singles

Singles skaters can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Top 5 finish at the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships
  • 2022 U.S. Figure Skating World Team Members (not including alternates)
  • Athletes who have won a medal in the singles event at the most recent Olympic Winter Games
  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final or the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Grand Prix, ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top two total combined scores from each section in the Sectional Singles Final
  • Plus, next-best scores nationwide until the maximum is met

There will be a maximum of 18 spots.

Pairs

Pairs can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Top 5 finish at the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating
  • 2021 U.S. Figure Skating World Team Members (not including alternates)
  • Medalists in the pairs event at the most recent Olympic Winter Games
  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final or the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Grand Prix, ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top four scores from the nation in the U.S. Pairs Final
  • Plus, next-best scores at the U.S. Pairs Final until the maximum is met

There will be a maximum of 12 spots.

Ice dance

Ice dance teams can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Top 5 finish at the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating
  • 2021 U.S. Figure Skating World Team Members (not including alternates)
  • Medalists in the ice dance event at the most recent Olympic Winter Games
  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final or the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Grand Prix, ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top five total combined scores from the nation in the U.S. Ice Dance Final

Plus, next-best scores at the U.S. Ice Dance Final until the maximum is met

There will be a maximum of 15 spots.

Juniors

Singles

Singles skaters can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top four total combined scores from each section in the Sectional Singles Final
  • The top two total combined novice scores from each section in the Sectional Singles Final

There will be a maximum of 18 spots.

Pairs

Pairs can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top nine total combined scores from each section in the U.S. Pairs Final
  • Plus, next-best teams from the U.S. Pairs Final until the maximum is met

There will be a maximum of 12 spots.

Ice dance

Ice dance teams can advance to Nationals in the following ways:

  • Qualifying for the same event at the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
  • Athletes who are assigned to and compete at three international assignments classified as an ISU Junior Grand Prix, and or ISU Challenger Series event
  • The top twelve total combined scores from each section in the U.S. Ice Dance Final
  • Plus, the next-best teams from the U.S. Ice Dance Final until the maximum is met

There will be a maximum of 15 spots.

Entries

U.S. Figure Skating published the official list of preliminary entries on November 21, 2022.[8]

Senior

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
Will Annis Starr Andrews Sonia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev Emily Bratti / Ian Somerville
Jason Brown Elsa Cheng Emily Chan / Spencer Akira Howe Oona Brown / Gage Brown
Goku Endo Ting Cui Nica Digerness / Mark Sadusky Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko
Mitchell Friess Alexa Gasparotto Linzy Fitzpatrick / Keyton Bearinger Molly Cesanek / Yehor Yehorov (withdrew)
Tomoki Hiwatashi Amber Glenn Grace Hanns / Danny Neudecker Madison Chock / Evan Bates
Liam Kapeikis Gracie Gold Ellie Kam / Danny O'Shea Caroline Depietri / TJ Carey (added)
Joonsoo Kim Hanna Harrell Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier Caroline Green / Michael Parsons
Joseph Klein Sonja Hilmer Katie McBeath / Nathan Bartholomay Isabella Flores / Ivan Desyatov
Jimmy Ma Gabriella Izzo Maria Mokhova / Ivan Mokhov Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker (withdrew)
Ilia Malinin Josephine Lee Nina Ouellette / Rique Newby-Estrella Rafaella Koncius / Alexey Shchepetov
Daniel Martynov Michelle Lee Valentina Plazas / Maximiliano Fernandez Leah Krauskopf / YuanShi Jin
Samuel Mindra Isabeau Levito Anastasiia Smirnova / Danil Siianytsia (withdrew) Angela Ling / Caleb Wein
Maxim Naumov Clare Seo Lorraine McNamara / Anton Spiridonov
Matthew Nielsen Audrey Shin Cara Murphy / Josh Levitt (added)
Yaroslav Paniot Bradie Tennell Eva Pate / Logan Bye
Camden Pulkinen Lindsay Thorngren Katarina Wolfkostin / Jeffrey Chen
Andrew Torgashev Lindsay Wang Emilea Zingas / Vadym Kolesnik
Dinh Tran Ava Marie Ziegler

Junior

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
Nicholas Brooks Sonia Baram (added) Kayla Black / Kamden Black (withdrew) Kristina Bland / Matthew Sperry
Lucas Broussard Mia Barghout Margaret Church / William Church Helena Carhart / Volodymyr Horovyi
Lorenzo Elano Sofia Bezkorovainaya Melania Delis / Jaden Schwab Julia Epps / Blake Gilman
Sergei Evseev Melania Blecic Olivia Flores / Luke Wang Jenna Hauer / Benjamin Starr
Aleksandr Fegan Annika Chao Graceann Gottschalk / Collin Motley (withdrew) Olivia Ilin / Dylan Cain
Allan Fisher Ela Cui Ellie Korytek / Timmy Chapman Emma L'Esperance / Mika Amdour
Kirk Haugeto Krystal Edwards Isabelle Martins / Aaron Felberbaum (withdrew) Anabelle Larson / Jonathan Young
Jonathan Hildebrandt Sarah Everhardt Lilianna Murray / Jordan Gillette Michela Melillo / Sam Chen
Lucius Kazanecki Olivia Flores Audrey Park / Carter Griffin (withdrew) Leah Neset / Artem Markelov
Alexander Liu Lilah Gibson Catherine Rivers / Nathan Rensing Anna Sophia O'Brien / Steven Wei (withdrew)
Zachary LoPinto Hannah Herrera Cayla Smith / Andy Deng (withdrew) Elianna Peal / Ethan Peal
Daniil Murzin Logan Higase-Chen Naomi Williams / Lachlan Lewer Vanessa Pham / Jonathan Rogers
Nhat-Viet Nguyen Keira Hilbelink Juliette Shadid / Lucas Shadid
Connor O'Grady Jessica Jurka
Jacob Sanchez Katie Krafchik
Taira Shinohara Soho Lee
Beck Strommer Elyce Lin-Gracey
Vaclav Vasquez Rinako Oya (added)
Michael Xie Phoebe Stubblefield
Robert Yampolsky Sherry Zhang
Adele Zheng (withdrew)

Changes to preliminary entries

Date Discipline Withdrew Added Reason/Other notes Refs
December 7, 2022 Senior Ice Dance Molly Cesanek / Yehor Yehorov Cara Murphy / Josh Levitt Personal reasons [9][10]
December 15, 2022 Junior Pairs Isabelle Martins / Aaron Felberbaum
Junior Ice Dance Anna Sophia O'Brien / Steven Wei Country switch (Azerbaijan) [11]
January 9, 2023 Junior Pairs Cayla Smith / Andy Deng Split [12]
Graceann Gottschalk / Collin Motley
January 17, 2023 Senior Ice Dance Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker Caroline Depietri / TJ Carey Health [13]
Junior Women Adele Zheng Rinako Oya
N/A Sonia Baram
Junior Pairs Kayla Black / Kamden Black
January 22, 2023 Senior Pairs Anastasiia Smirnova / Danil Siianytsia
January 23, 2023 Junior Pairs Audrey Park / Carter Griffin

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Emily Bratti

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Emily Chan

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Anthony Ponomarenko

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Danny Neudecker

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Schedule

Date Discipline Time Segment
Tuesday, 24 January Junior pairs 11:40 Short program
Junior men 13:20 Short program
Junior ice dance 19:15 Rhythm dance
Wednesday, 25 January Junior women 09:15 Short program
Junior men 12:15 Free skating
Junior pairs 15:45 Free skating
Junior ice dance 20:40 Free dance
Thursday, 26 January Junior women 08:30 Free skating
Pairs 12:30 Short program
Ice dance 15:30 Rhythm dance
Women 18:10 Short program
Friday, 27 January Men 13:10 Short program
Women 16:45 Free skating
Saturday, 28 January Ice dance 10:40 Free dance
Pairs 16:30 Free skating
Sunday, 29 January Men 11:45 Free skating
All times are listed in local time (UTC-08:00).[14]

Medal summary

Senior

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze Pewter
Men Ilia Malinin Jason Brown Andrew Torgashev Maxim Naumov
Women Isabeau Levito Bradie Tennell Amber Glenn Starr Andrews
Pairs Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier Emily Chan / Spencer Howe Ellie Kam / Daniel O'Shea Sonia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev
Ice dance Madison Chock / Evan Bates Caroline Green / Michael Parsons Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko Emilea Zingas / Vadym Kolesnik

Junior

Discipline Gold Silver Bronze Pewter
Men Lucas Broussard Jacob Sanchez Robert Yampolsky Daniil Murzin
Women Soho Lee Keira Hilbelink Elyce Lin-Gracey Sherry Zhang
Pairs Ellie Korytek / Timmy Chapman Naomi Williams / Lachlan Lewer Lilianna Murray / Jordan Gillette Olivia Flores / Luke Wang
Ice dance Leah Neset / Artem Markelov Helena Carhart / Volodymyr Horovyi Jenna Hauer / Benjamin Starr Elianna Peal / Ethan Peal

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Andrew Torgashev

Andrew Torgashev

Andrew Torgashev is an American figure skater. He is the 2019 CS Asian Open Trophy silver medalist, the 2016 CS Tallinn Trophy bronze medalist, the 2018 JGP Lithuania champion, the 2015 U.S. national junior champion, and the 2023 U.S. national bronze medalist.

Bradie Tennell

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Amber Glenn

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Brandon Frazier

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Emily Chan

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Daniel Tioumentsev

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Evan Bates

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Christina Carreira

Christina Carreira

Christina Carreira is a Canadian-born ice dancer who competes for the United States. With her skating partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, she is the 2022 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, a six-time medalist on the ISU Challenger Series, and the 2020 U.S. national pewter medalist.

Anthony Ponomarenko

Anthony Ponomarenko

Anthony Ponomarenko is an American ice dancer. With his skating partner, Christina Carreira, he is the 2022 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, a six-time medalist on the ISU Challenger Series, and the 2020 U.S. national pewter medalist.

Senior results

Senior men

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Ilia Malinin 287.74 1 110.36 2 177.37
2 Jason Brown 277.32 2 100.25 3 177.06
3 Andrew Torgashev 255.56 5 78.78 1 177.78
4 Maxim Naumov 249.14 6 77.71 4 171.43
5 Jimmy Ma 243.09 7 73.88 5 169.21
6 Liam Kapeikis 226.85 4 82.27 10 144.58
7 Yaroslav Paniot 225.99 10 70.87 6 155.12
8 Camden Pulkinen 223.72 11 69.47 7 154.25
9 Samuel Mindra 218.74 9 71.36 9 147.38
10 Tomoki Hiwatashi 217.62 3 85.43 14 132.19
11 Daniel Martynov 213.67 14 64.04 8 148.63
12 Matthew Nielsen 202.38 12 67.98 12 134.40
13 Joseph Klein 194.87 18 58.39 11 136.49
14 Joonsoo Kim 193.78 13 67.45 15 126.33
15 Will Annis 188.13 15 63.46 16 124.67
16 Dinh Tran 187.18 16 60.63 13 126.55
17 Goku Endo 171.50 9 73.45 17 98.05
18 Mitchell Friess 151.31 17 59.14 18 92.17

Senior women

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Isabeau Levito 223.33 1 73.78 1 149.55
2 Bradie Tennell 213.12 2 73.76 2 139.36
3 Amber Glenn 207.44 4 68.96 3 138.48
4 Starr Andrews 188.24 3 68.97 7 119.27
5 Josephine Lee 187.68 11 55.60 4 132.08
6 Lindsay Thorngren 187.19 6 62.64 5 124.55
7 Clare Seo 175.60 7 61.48 9 114.12
8 Gracie Gold 173.98 5 67.44 11 106.54
9 Ava Marie Ziegler 167.70 8 61.09 10 106.61
10 Sonja Hilmer 166.49 13 51.16 8 115.33
11 Gabriella Izzo 166.40 15 45.73 6 120.67
12 Ting Cui 161.27 10 57.11 12 104.16
13 Audrey Shin 161.12 9 60.76 14 100.36
14 Lindsay Wang 154.91 12 52.19 13 102.72
15 Michelle Lee 145.28 14 46.71 15 98.57
16 Elsa Cheng 138.13 17 44.36 16 93.77
17 Alexa Gasparotto 129.41 16 45.00 17 84.41
WD Hanna Harrell withdrew 18 42.84 withdrew from competition

Senior pairs

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier 227.97 1 81.96 1 146.01
2 Emily Chan / Spencer Howe 196.86 2 66.86 2 130.00
3 Ellie Kam / Daniel O'Shea 184.01 3 65.75 3 118.26
4 Sonia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev 179.08 5 63.12 4 115.96
5 Valentina Plazas / Maximiliano Fernandez 176.34 4 63.45 6 112.89
6 Katie McBeath / Nathan Bartholomay 172.74 6 59.96 5 115.78
7 Maria Mokhova / Ivan Mokhov 148.84 8 49.46 7 99.38
8 Nica Digerness / Mark Sadusky 137.98 7 50.72 10 87.26
9 Grace Hanns / Danny Neudecker 135.30 9 46.81 8 88.49
10 Nina Ouellette / Rique Newby-Estrella 132.07 11 43.99 9 88.08
11 Linzy Fitzpatrick / Keyton Bearinger 129.80 10 45.27 11 84.53

Senior ice dance

Rank Name Total points SD FD
1 Madison Chock / Evan Bates 229.75 1 91.90 1 137.85
2 Caroline Green / Michael Parsons 207.46 2 81.40 2 126.06
3 Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko 198.45 4 77.37 3 121.08
4 Emilea Zingas / Vadym Kolesnik 198.13 3 78.18 4 119.95
5 Emily Bratti / Ian Somerville 189.84 6 75.91 6 113.93
6 Lorraine McNamara / Anton Spiridonov 189.15 5 76.23 7 112.92
7 Katarina Wolfkostin / Jeffrey Chen 183.05 10 69.05 5 114.00
8 Eva Pate / Logan Bye 182.61 7 75.52 9 107.09
9 Oona Brown / Gage Brown 181.89 9 72.80 8 109.09
10 Isabella Flores / Ivan Desyatov 177.31 8 73.91 10 103.40
11 Angela Ling / Caleb Wein 167.87 11 68.53 11 99.34
12 Leah Krauskopf / YuanShi Jin 133.93 12 52.59 12 81.34
13 Cara Murphy / Josh Levitt 129.85 13 50.88 13 78.97
14 Caroline Depietri / TJ Carey 123.40 14 48.28 14 75.12
WD Rafaella Koncius / Alexey Shchepetov withdrew from competition

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Free skating

Free skating

The free skating segment of figure skating, also called the free skate and the long program, is the second of two segments of competitions, skated after the short program. Its duration, across all disciplines, is four minutes for senior skaters and teams, and three and one-half minutes for junior skaters and teams. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014—2015 season. The free skating program, across all disciplines, must be well-balanced and include certain elements described and published by the International Skating Union (ISU).

Ilia Malinin

Ilia Malinin

Ilia Malinin is an American figure skater. He is the 2022-23 Grand Prix Final bronze medalist, the 2022 Skate America champion, the 2022 Grand Prix of Espoo champion, the 2022 CS U.S. Classic champion, 2021 CS Cup of Austria bronze medalist, the 2023 U.S. national champion, and the 2022 U.S. national silver medalist.

Jason Brown (figure skater)

Jason Brown (figure skater)

Jason Lawrence Brown is an American figure skater. He is a nine-time Grand Prix medalist, a two-time Four Continents medalist, and the 2015 U.S. national champion. Earlier in his career, he became a two-time World Junior medalist, the 2011 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, and the 2010 junior national champion.

Andrew Torgashev

Andrew Torgashev

Andrew Torgashev is an American figure skater. He is the 2019 CS Asian Open Trophy silver medalist, the 2016 CS Tallinn Trophy bronze medalist, the 2018 JGP Lithuania champion, the 2015 U.S. national junior champion, and the 2023 U.S. national bronze medalist.

Jimmy Ma

Jimmy Ma

Jimmy Ma is an American figure skater. He is the 2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb bronze medalist, the 2018 CS U.S. International Figure Skating Classic bronze medalist, the Philadelphia Summer International silver medalist, and the 2021 Cranberry International silver medalist.

Liam Kapeikis

Liam Kapeikis

Liam Kapeikis is an American figure skater. He is the 2020 U.S. national junior bronze medalist.

Camden Pulkinen

Camden Pulkinen

Camden Pulkinen is an American figure skater. He competed at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics and is the first male figure skater to compete on behalf of Team USA in the men's singles event at the Winter Youth Olympic Games. He is the 2017–18 Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalist, a two-time JGP Austria champion, and the 2018 U.S. national junior champion. He finished within the top five at the 2022 World Championships and within the top six at the 2018 World Junior Championships. He is the former world record holder for the junior men's short program.

Dinh Tran

Dinh Tran

Dinh Tran is an American figure skater. He is the 2022 Philadelphia Summer International silver medalist and a two-time U.S. national junior silver medalist.

Isabeau Levito

Isabeau Levito

Isabeau Levito is an American figure skater. She is the 2022–23 Grand Prix Final silver medalist, a two-time ISU Grand Prix silver medalist, the 2022 CS Nepela Memorial champion, the 2022 U.S. national bronze medalist, and the 2023 U.S. national champion.

Bradie Tennell

Bradie Tennell

Bradie Tennell is an American figure skater. She is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, the 2020 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 CS Autumn Classic champion, the 2018 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb champion, and a two-time U.S. national champion.

Amber Glenn

Amber Glenn

Amber Elaine Glenn is an American figure skater. She is the 2022 Skate America bronze medalist, the 2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist, the 2019 CS U.S. Classic bronze medalist, and the 2021 U.S. national silver medalist. She has finished within the top ten at two ISU Championships. Earlier in her career, she won bronze at two ISU Junior Grand Prix events and gold at the 2014 U.S. Junior Nationals.

Gracie Gold

Gracie Gold

Grace Elizabeth Gold, known as Gracie Gold, is an American figure skater. She is a 2014 Olympic team event bronze medalist, the 2014 NHK Trophy champion, the 2015 Trophée Éric Bompard champion, and a two-time U.S. national champion. She is also a two-time World Team Trophy champion.

Junior results

Junior men

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Lucas Broussard 239.55 1 82.03 1 157.52
2 Jacob Sanchez 213.57 4 69.85 2 143.72
3 Robert Yampolsky 212.41 2 78.60 3 133.81
4 Daniil Murzin 196.20 3 72.94 5 123.26
5 Michael Xie 196.17 6 64.93 4 131.24
6 Beck Strommer 182.33 8 59.94 6 122.39
7 Kirk Haugeto 181.35 9 59.64 7 121.71
8 Taira Shinohara 177.29 5 68.54 8 108.75
9 Jonathan Hildebrandt 163.50 7 61.72 11 101.78
10 Aleksandr Fegan 162.03 12 55.61 9 106.42
11 Zachary LoPinto 153.79 15 50.72 10 103.07
12 Nicholas Brooks 152.51 14 50.77 12 101.74
13 Alexander Liu 148.08 11 55.76 15 92.32
14 Lucius Kazanecki 146.77 10 55.95 16 90.82
15 Vaclav Vasquez 145.56 13 51.98 13 93.58
16 Nhat-Viet Nguyen 141.75 17 48.35 14 93.40
17 Lorenzo Elano 126.19 18 43.75 17 82.44
18 Allan Fisher 121.51 16 48.48 18 73.03
19 Connor O'Grady 107.25 19 35.49 19 71.76
20 Sergei Evseev 97.64 20 31.95 20 65.69

Junior women

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Soho Lee 181.14 1 66.34 1 114.80
2 Keira Hilbelink 167.99 5 55.05 2 112.94
3 Elyce Lin-Gracey 165.57 2 65.57 7 100.00
4 Sherry Zhang 161.08 3 61.38 9 99.70
5 Katie Krafchik 160.52 6 53.52 3 107.00
6 Hannah Herrera 158.58 4 57.99 6 100.59
7 Jessica Jurka 151.99 12 49.08 4 102.91
8 Sonia Baram 151.29 7 53.38 11 97.91
9 Annika Chao 150.65 9 50.68 8 99.97
10 Logan Higase-Chen 149.72 8 51.06 10 98.66
11 Ela Cui 148.39 13 47.14 5 101.25
12 Mia Barghout 142.19 10 49.27 12 92.92
13 Sarah Everhardt 137.08 11 49.26 13 87.82
14 Sofia Bezkorovainaya 130.10 14 45.63 14 84.47
15 Krystal Edwards 124.58 16 40.99 15 83.59
16 Lilah Gibson 113.72 15 44.22 18 69.50
17 Olivia Flores 108.17 20 35.90 16 72.27
18 Melania Blecic 107.07 19 36.26 17 70.81
19 Rinako Oya 95.71 17 39.17 19 56.54
WD Phoebe Stubblefield withdrew 18 38.52 withdrew from competition

Junior pairs

Rank Name Total points SP FS
1 Ellie Korytek / Timmy Chapman 160.40 1 57.69 1 102.71
2 Naomi Williams / Lachlan Lewer 148.83 2 56.79 2 92.04
3 Lilianna Murray / Jordan Gillette 123.22 3 47.85 4 75.37
4 Olivia Flores / Luke Wang 123.09 4 46.31 3 76.78
5 Melania Delis / Jaden Schwab 108.10 5 34.81 5 73.29
6 Catherine Rivers / Nathan Rensing 95.40 6 33.50 6 61.90
7 Margaret Church / William Church 75.55 7 27.21 7 48.34

Junior ice dance

Rank Name Total points SD FD
1 Leah Neset / Artem Markelov 161.75 7 56.19 1 105.56
2 Helena Carhart / Volodymyr Horovyi 160.81 1 68.53 2 92.28
3 Jenna Hauer / Benjamin Starr 157.73 2 65.47 3 92.26
4 Elianna Peal / Ethan Peal 152.31 3 61.91 5 90.40
5 Vanessa Pham / Jonathan Rogers 149.54 4 58.22 4 91.32
6 Kristina Bland / Matthew Sperry 132.04 6 57.53 6 74.51
7 Olivia Ilin / Dylan Cain 130.51 5 57.57 7 72.94
8 Julia Epps / Blake Gilman 122.82 8 53.50 8 69.32
9 Anabelle Larson / Jonathan Young 110.52 9 45.50 9 65.02
10 Juliette Shadid / Lucas Shadid 107.38 10 43.58 10 63.80
11 Emma L'Esperance / Mika Amdour 106.42 11 42.99 12 63.43
12 Michela Melillo / Sam Chen 100.22 12 36.57 11 63.65

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Short program (figure skating)

Short program (figure skating)

The short program of figure skating is the first of two segments of competitions, skated before the free skating program. It lasts, for both senior and junior singles and pair skaters, 2 minutes and 40 seconds. In synchronized skating, for both juniors and seniors, the short program lasts 2 minutes and 50 seconds. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014-2015 season. The short program for single skaters and for pair skaters consists of seven required elements, and there are six required elements for synchronized skaters.

Free skating

Free skating

The free skating segment of figure skating, also called the free skate and the long program, is the second of two segments of competitions, skated after the short program. Its duration, across all disciplines, is four minutes for senior skaters and teams, and three and one-half minutes for junior skaters and teams. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014—2015 season. The free skating program, across all disciplines, must be well-balanced and include certain elements described and published by the International Skating Union (ISU).

Lucas Broussard

Lucas Broussard

Lucas Broussard is an American figure skater. He is the 2022-23 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalist, and a two-time gold medalist on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series. Domestically, he is the 2023 U.S. junior national champion.

Short dance

Short dance

The short dance (SD) was the first segment of an ice dancing competition from the 2010–2011 to the 2017–2018 seasons. It was approved in June 2010 by the International Skating Union (ISU). It merged the original dance (OD) and compulsory dance (CD), which were both discontinued. The ISU renamed the short dance to the rhythm dance (RD) in 2018.

International team selections

Four Continents Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Championships will be held from February 7–12, 2023 in Colorado Springs, Colorado in the United States. Teams will be selected using the Athlete Selection criteria.[15]

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1 Liam Kapeikis Amber Glenn Emily Chan / Spencer Howe Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko
2 Jimmy Ma Isabeau Levito Ellie Kam / Daniel O'Shea Madison Chock / Evan Bates
3 Maxim Naumov Bradie Tennell Valentina Plazas / Maximiliano Fernandez Caroline Green / Michael Parsons
1st alt. Tomoki Hiwatashi Starr Andrews Katie McBeath / Nathan Bartholomay Emilea Zingas / Vadym Kolesnik
2nd alt. Yaroslav Paniot Lindsay Thorngren Maria Mokhova / Ivan Mokhov Emily Bratti / Ian Somerville
3rd alt. Samuel Mindra Gracie Gold Eva Pate / Logan Bye

World Junior Championships

Commonly referred to as "Junior Worlds", the 2022 World Junior Championships will be held from February 27 – March 5, 2023, in Calgary, Canada. Teams will be selected using the Athlete Selection Criteria.[16]

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1 Sonia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev Helena Carhart / Volodymyr Horovyi
2 Naomi Williams / Lachlan Lewer[1] Jenna Hauer / Benjamin Starr
3 Leah Neset / Artem Markelov
1st alt. Lilianna Murray / Jordan Gillette[2] Vanessa Pham / Jonathan Rogers
2nd alt. Elianna Peal / Ethan Peal
3rd alt. Kristina Bland / Matthew Sperry

Notes

^ Pending minimum technical score.

World Championships

The 2023 World Championships will be held from March 20–26 in Saitama, Japan. Teams were selected using the Athlete Selection criteria.[17]

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1 Jason Brown Amber Glenn Emily Chan / Spencer Howe Madison Chock / Evan Bates
2 Ilia Malinin Isabeau Levito Ellie Kam / Daniel O'Shea Caroline Green / Michael Parsons
3 Andrew Torgashev[a] Bradie Tennell Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker
1st alt. Camden Pulkinen Starr Andrews Anastasiia Smirnova / Danil Siianytsia Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko
2nd alt. Maxim Naumov Lindsay Thorngren Valentina Plazas / Maximiliano Fernandez Emilea Zingas / Vadym Kolesnik
3rd alt. Jimmy Ma Ava Marie Ziegler Katie McBeath / Nathan Bartholomay Emily Bratti / Ian Somerville
  1. ^ Pending minimum technical score.

World Team Trophy

The World Team Trophy will be held from April 13–16 in Tokyo, Japan.

Men Women Pairs Ice dance
1
2
1st alt.
2nd alt.
3rd alt.

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2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships

The 2023 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships is scheduled to take place at the Broadmoor World Arena from February 7–12, 2023, in Colorado Springs, United States of America. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Nations from non-European countries could send 3 entries at most for every discipline.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs is a home rule municipality in and the county seat of El Paso County, Colorado, United States. It is the largest city in El Paso County, with a population of 478,961 at the 2020 United States Census, a 15.02% increase since 2010. Colorado Springs is the second-most populous city and the most extensive city in the state of Colorado, and the 40th-most populous city in the United States. It is the principal city of the Colorado Springs metropolitan area and the second-most prominent city of the Front Range Urban Corridor. It is located in east-central Colorado, on Fountain Creek, 70 miles (113 km) south of Denver.

Amber Glenn

Amber Glenn

Amber Elaine Glenn is an American figure skater. She is the 2022 Skate America bronze medalist, the 2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist, the 2019 CS U.S. Classic bronze medalist, and the 2021 U.S. national silver medalist. She has finished within the top ten at two ISU Championships. Earlier in her career, she won bronze at two ISU Junior Grand Prix events and gold at the 2014 U.S. Junior Nationals.

Emily Chan

Emily Chan

Emily Chan is an American pair skater. With her skating partner, Spencer Howe, she is the 2022 Four Continents silver medalist, a two-time Grand Prix silver medalist, and 2022 U.S. national pewter medalist.

Christina Carreira

Christina Carreira

Christina Carreira is a Canadian-born ice dancer who competes for the United States. With her skating partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, she is the 2022 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, a six-time medalist on the ISU Challenger Series, and the 2020 U.S. national pewter medalist.

Anthony Ponomarenko

Anthony Ponomarenko

Anthony Ponomarenko is an American ice dancer. With his skating partner, Christina Carreira, he is the 2022 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, a six-time medalist on the ISU Challenger Series, and the 2020 U.S. national pewter medalist.

Jimmy Ma

Jimmy Ma

Jimmy Ma is an American figure skater. He is the 2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb bronze medalist, the 2018 CS U.S. International Figure Skating Classic bronze medalist, the Philadelphia Summer International silver medalist, and the 2021 Cranberry International silver medalist.

Isabeau Levito

Isabeau Levito

Isabeau Levito is an American figure skater. She is the 2022–23 Grand Prix Final silver medalist, a two-time ISU Grand Prix silver medalist, the 2022 CS Nepela Memorial champion, the 2022 U.S. national bronze medalist, and the 2023 U.S. national champion.

Daniel O'Shea (figure skater)

Daniel O'Shea (figure skater)

Daniel "Danny" O'Shea is an American pair skater. He currently competes with Ellie Kam. With his former partner, Tarah Kayne, he is the 2018 Four Continents champion, 2014 Four Continents silver medalist, and 2016 U.S. national champion.

Evan Bates

Evan Bates

Evan Bates is an American ice dancer. With his skating partner, Madison Chock, he is a 2022 Olympic team event silver medalist, a three-time World medalist, a four-time Grand Prix Final silver medalist, a two-time Four Continents champion, and a four-time U.S. national champion. The two represented the United States at the 2014, 2018 and 2022 Winter Olympics.

Bradie Tennell

Bradie Tennell

Bradie Tennell is an American figure skater. She is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, the 2020 Four Continents bronze medalist, the 2018 CS Autumn Classic champion, the 2018 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb champion, and a two-time U.S. national champion.

Caroline Green

Caroline Green

Caroline Green is an American ice dancer. With her skating partner, Michael Parsons, she is the 2022 Four Continents champion, a four-time medalist on the ISU Challenger Series, and a two-time U.S. national pewter medalist.

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