17 March 2013

2013 World Championships - DAY 4


The 2013 World Championships continued in London, Ontario, Canada, with the last medals awarded in the Dance and Ladies events. You can read everything about the FIRSTSECOND and THIRD day of competition in the previous post.

DANCE FP

FPl.NameNationPointsSDFD
1Meryl DAVIS / Charlie WHITE
USA
189.5611
2Tessa VIRTUE / Scott MOIR
CAN
185.0422
3Ekaterina BOBROVA / Dmitri SOLOVIEV
RUS
169.1934
4Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTE
ITA
168.0453
5Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE
CAN
166.2065
6Nathalie PECHALAT / Fabian BOURZAT
FRA
165.6047
7Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES
USA
163.9376
8Maia SHIBUTANI / Alex SHIBUTANI
USA
157.7189
9Elena ILINYKH / Nikita KATSALAPOV
RUS
157.52910
10Nelli ZHIGANSHINA / Alexander GAZSI
GER
154.27118
11Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Ilia TKACHENKO
RUS
149.781311
12Pernelle CARRON / Lloyd JONES
FRA
145.981212
13Penny COOMES / Nicholas BUCKLAND
GBR
145.711017
14Siobhan HEEKIN-CANEDY / Dmitri DUN
UKR
141.881416
15Isabella TOBIAS / Deividas STAGNIUNAS
LTU
141.641813
16Julia ZLOBINA / Alexei SITNIKOV
AZE
141.441714
17Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI
ITA
140.951615
18Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER
CAN
140.021518
19Sara HURTADO / Adria DIAZ
ESP
131.282019
20Cathy REED / Chris REED
JPN
129.941920
21Lucie MYSLIVECKOVA / Neil BROWN
CZE
FNR21
22Olesia KARMI / Max LINDHOLM
FIN
FNR22
23Allison REED / Vasili ROGOV
ISR
FNR23
24Zsuzsanna NAGY / Mate FEJES
HUN
FNR24
25Irina SHTORK / Taavi RAND
EST
FNR25
26Federica TESTA / Lukas CSOLLEY
SVK
FNR26
27Justyna PLUTOWSKA / Peter GERBER
POL
FNR27
28Alisa AGAFONOVA / Alper UCAR
TUR
FNR28
29Viktoria KAVALIOVA / Yurii BIELIAIEV
BLR
FNR29


Pl.  NameNationTSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SSTRPECCITDed.
-
StN.
1Meryl DAVIS / Charlie WHITEUSA112.4453.6558.799.719.649.969.969.860.00#18
2Tessa VIRTUE / Scott MOIRCAN111.1752.8558.329.619.509.969.869.860.00#16
3Anna CAPPELLINI / Luca LANOTTEITA100.1148.2951.828.578.398.868.758.820.00#17
4Ekaterina BOBROVA / Dmitri SOLOVIEVRUS99.1445.3153.838.968.759.189.079.070.00#19
5Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJECAN98.6647.1451.528.578.368.798.718.680.00#15
6Madison CHOCK / Evan BATESUSA97.1947.3549.848.298.078.438.548.390.00#14
7Nathalie PECHALAT / Fabian BOURZATFRA95.9543.3553.608.898.719.079.149.041.00#20
8Nelli ZHIGANSHINA / Alexander GAZSIGER93.6845.6448.047.717.578.438.438.290.00#7
9Maia SHIBUTANI / Alex SHIBUTANIUSA91.5743.1248.458.147.898.188.218.070.00#13
10Elena ILINYKH / Nikita KATSALAPOVRUS91.4539.6551.808.648.438.648.868.750.00#12
11Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Ilia TKACHENKORUS90.2642.6447.627.967.758.078.117.930.00#10
12Pernelle CARRON / Lloyd JONESFRA85.4042.1944.217.297.187.507.577.461.00#6
13Isabella TOBIAS / Deividas STAGNIUNASLTU84.2541.1143.147.256.867.367.397.320.00#3
14Julia ZLOBINA / Alexei SITNIKOVAZE83.6439.9643.687.327.047.397.467.360.00#2
15Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRIITA83.0642.2241.847.146.757.077.146.891.00#5
16Siobhan HEEKIN-CANEDY / Dmitri DUNUKR82.6839.0443.647.297.147.367.467.210.00#8
17Penny COOMES / Nicholas BUCKLANDGBR82.0536.8345.227.577.397.507.797.540.00#11
18Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIERCAN81.4138.5543.867.367.077.397.547.361.00#9
19Sara HURTADO / Adria DIAZESP78.1640.8838.286.366.076.646.576.501.00#4
20Cathy REED / Chris REEDJPN75.9937.0138.986.576.326.646.616.460.00#1

Davis/White’s performance to “Notre Dame de Paris” was highlighted by intricate footwork and difficult lifts. The 2012 World silver medalists earned a level four for the lifts, twizzles and the spin and a level three for the two step sequences to pick up 112.44 points and totalled 189.56 points to take their second world title since 2011.

Virtue/Moir completed innovative lifts and strong footwork in their passionate “Carmen” program to post a seasons best of 111.17 points. At 185.04 points overall, they remained in second place.

Dancing to “Man With A Harmonica” and “Tosca”, Bobrova/Soloviev produced level-four lifts and twizzles, but the two step sequences merited a level two only. With 99.14 points, the European Champions were ranked fourth in the Free Dance, but overall held on to third place to take their first World medal at 169.19 points.

Anna Cappellini/Luca Lanotte were ranked third with their “Carmen” and moved up from fifth to fourth overall (168.04 points). Kaitlyn Weaver/Andrew Poje placed fifth at 166.20 points while 2012 World bronze medalists Nathalie Pechalat/Fabian Bourzat dropped from fourth to sixth at 165.60 points.




LADIES FP

FPl.NameNationPointsSPFS
1Yuna KIM
KOR
218.3111
2Carolina KOSTNER
ITA
197.8923
3Mao ASADA
JPN
196.4762
4Kanako MURAKAMI
JPN
189.7337
5Ashley WAGNER
USA
187.3456
6Gracie GOLD
USA
184.2595
7Zijun LI
CHN
183.85124
8Kaetlyn OSMOND
CAN
176.82410
9Adelina SOTNIKOVA
RUS
175.9889
10Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
RUS
174.24148
11Mae Berenice MEITE
FRA
165.031111
12Akiko SUZUKI
JPN
164.59713
13Alena LEONOVA
RUS
159.061314
14Viktoria HELGESSON
SWE
158.801015
15Natalia POPOVA
UKR
155.521712
16Elena GLEBOVA
EST
152.491516
17Monika SIMANCIKOVA
SVK
149.021917
18Valentina MARCHEI
ITA
147.232118
19Nathalie WEINZIERL
GER
142.482419
20Jenna MCCORKELL
GBR
142.271821
21Brooklee HAN
AUS
141.882020
22Sonia LAFUENTE
ESP
139.661623
23Kexin ZHANG
CHN
137.412322
24Kerstin FRANK
AUT
127.982224
25Isadora WILLIAMS
BRA
FNR25
26Anita MADSEN
DEN
FNR26
27Carol BRESSANUTTI
ITA
FNR27
28Kaat VAN DAELE
BEL
FNR28
29Elene GEDEVANISHVILI
GEO
FNR29
30Tina STUERZINGER
SUI
FNR30
31Juulia TURKKILA
FIN
FNR31
32Anne Line GJERSEM
NOR
FNR32
33Inga JANULEVICIUTE
LTU
FNR33
34Patricia GLESCIC
SLO
FNR34
35Alina FJODOROVA
LAT
FNR35


Pl.  NameNationTSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SSTRPECHINDed.
-
StN.
1Yuna KIMKOR148.3474.7373.619.218.899.369.189.360.00#24
2Mao ASADAJPN134.3765.9668.418.618.218.618.648.680.00#22
3Carolina KOSTNERITA131.0361.3470.698.968.468.798.939.041.00#21
4Zijun LICHN127.5469.4158.137.297.007.437.367.250.00#18
5Gracie GOLDUSA125.4065.2260.187.577.257.617.577.610.00#13
6Ashley WAGNERUSA123.3661.3463.027.937.647.828.047.961.00#19
7Kanako MURAKAMIJPN123.0960.9862.117.897.507.827.757.860.00#20
8Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVARUS119.5262.2857.247.396.797.147.217.250.00#10
9Adelina SOTNIKOVARUS116.3655.7360.637.717.327.617.577.680.00#17
10Kaetlyn OSMONDCAN112.0953.4960.607.647.397.577.577.712.00#23
11Mae Berenice MEITEFRA108.1355.6252.516.646.256.686.686.570.00#16
12Natalia POPOVAUKR103.8554.0149.846.366.046.296.256.210.00#12
13Akiko SUZUKIJPN103.4244.4959.937.687.257.397.577.571.00#15
14Alena LEONOVARUS102.7648.1155.657.326.506.966.967.041.00#9
15Viktoria HELGESSONSWE100.4445.1255.326.966.686.936.967.040.00#14
16Elena GLEBOVAEST97.9047.7051.206.506.216.546.396.361.00#11
17Monika SIMANCIKOVASVK97.8453.4344.415.865.215.685.545.460.00#2
18Valentina MARCHEIITA96.8243.5754.256.866.366.826.867.001.00#6
19Nathalie WEINZIERLGER94.3452.0243.325.754.965.505.435.431.00#4
20Brooklee HANAUS91.2648.1043.165.505.115.505.365.500.00#1
21Jenna MCCORKELLGBR91.0441.2849.766.465.826.326.256.250.00#8
22Kexin ZHANGCHN88.6148.3741.245.644.825.145.185.001.00#5
23Sonia LAFUENTEESP87.2241.2246.006.115.505.755.755.640.00#7
24Kerstin FRANKAUT78.3238.7940.535.464.795.045.114.931.00#3


Performing to “Les Miserables”, Kim reeled off a triple Lutz-triple toe combination, triple flip, three more triple jumps as well as three level-four spins and level-four footwork. The Olympic Champion scored 148.34 points and racked up 218.31 points overall to win her second World title and her fifth medal at the ISU World Championships.

Kostner hit a triple Lutz, triple flip-triple toe and two more triples as well as difficult spins and steps in her “Bolero” routine, but fell on an under rotated triple Salchow at the very end. The 2012 World Champion had to overcome a nose bleed that started just before her performance. Kostner collected 131.03 points, a seasons best, and accumulated 197.89 points to take home her fifth World medal.

Asada went for a triple Axel right out of the gate in her “Swan Lake” program but two-footed. The two-time World Champion rallied back to land five triples including a double Axel-triple toe combination and got a level four for one spin and the footwork. The reigning Four Continents Champion scored a seasons best of 134.37 points and was ranked second in the Free Skating. Overall she scored 196.47 points. Asada took her fourth World medal.

Kanako Murakami slipped from third to fourth at 189.73 points. Ashley Wagner placed fifth ahead of teammate Gracie Gold who moved up from ninth to sixth (184.25 points).




Source: ISU

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