2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby chuckiem » Thu Jul 27, 2017 4:53 pm

The Philadelphia Summer Championships (previously known as Liberty) is once again designated as an ISU event. ISU points will be awarded to Senior competitors.

Competitors:

SENIOR MEN

Larry LOUPOLOVER AZE
Nicholas VRDOLJAK CRO
Lincoln YUEN HKG
Donovan CARRILLO MEX competing in Brisbane JGP
June Hyoung LEE KOR
Yaroslav PANIOT UKR
Max AARON USA
Timothy DOLENSKY USA
Alexander JOHNSON USA
Alexei KRASNOZHON USA competing in Brisbane JGP
Jordan MOELLER USA
Camden PULKINEN USA
Sean RABBITT USA
Andrew TORGASHEV USA
Vincent ZHOU USA

SENIOR LADIES

Brooklee HAN AUS
Isadora WILLIAMS BRA
Aimee BUCHANAN ISR
Katarina KULGEYKO ISR
Michelle LIFSHITS ISR
Netta SCHREIBER ISR
Sofia Del RIO MEX
Coco KAMINSKI POL
Hanul KIM KOR
Sena KIM KOR
Chloe ING SIN
Silvia HUGEC SVK
Nicole RAJICOVA SVK
Anastasia KONONENKO UKR
Starr ANDREWS USA
Karen CHEN USA
Franchesca CHIERA USA
Amber GLENN USA
Courtney HICKS USA
Tessa HONG USA
Bradie TENNELL USA
Angela WANG USA



JUNIOR MEN

Yamato ROWE PHI
Ryan DUNK USA
Joseph KANG USA
Maxim NAUMOV USA
Kendrick WESTON USA

JUNIOR LADIES

Amanda KALLUF BRA
Sophie ABRAMS ISR
Anastassiya KHVAN KAZ
Jiwon LEE KOR
Courtney KUHN RSA
Ting CUI USA competing in Brisbane JGP
Paige RYDBERG USA

There will also be the usual non-ISU Philadelphia Summer Championship competition, including levels from Senior through Juvenile.
Results for the club competition will be reported on the SUMMER COMPETITIONS FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 31 thread.
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby Maleeva » Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:31 pm

I hope Vincent Z is not over competing and resting his body appropriately!
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby chuckiem » Fri Jul 28, 2017 8:11 am

My guess is he needs the ISU senior TES minimums for the GP. His previous comp was the warmup for this one.
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby chuckiem » Sun Jul 30, 2017 8:30 pm

Karen CHEN just scored a whopping 218 points easily winning Glacier Falls. Will she still make the cross-country trip to Philly? Is 250 ISU points enough of a lure?
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby Jonas » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:05 pm

I was almost tempted to drive down to watch until I saw the Senior Ladies FS is scheduled for 8:30 in the a.m.!! :o
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby chuckiem » Thu Aug 03, 2017 9:08 pm

RESULTS INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR MEN SHORT PROGRAM

1 60.60 Ryan DUNK 3a-df, 3lo+3lo, 3z
2 60.40 Maxim NAUMOV 2a, 3f+3t<, 3z
3 53.18 Joseph KANG 2a-so, 3z, 3lo+2lo
4 51.59 Kendrick WESTON 2a, 3t+2t, 2z

RESULTS INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR MEN FREE SKATE (sorry, no jump notes)

1 117.92 Ryan DUNK USA
2 114.69 Maxim NAUMOV USA
3 108.92 Joseph KANG USA
4 82.53 Kendrick WESTON USA

FINAL STANDINGS: INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR MEN

1 178.52 Ryan DUNK USA
2 175.09 Maxim NAUMOV USA
3 162.10 Joseph KANG USA
4 134.12 Kendrick WESTON USA



RESULTS INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR LADIES SHORT PROGRAM

1 54.01 Ting CUI USA 3t+3t, 3z↓, 2a
2 49.27 Jiwon LEE KOR 3s+2t, 3z-so, 2a
3 43.72 Paige RYDBERG USA
4 38.79 Sophie ABRAMS ISR
5 20.81 Amanda KALLUF BRA


RESULTS INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR LADIES FREE SKATE

1 97.78 Ting CUI USA 2a+3t, 3z↓, 3f+2t, 3f↓, 2a, 3s
2 95.89 Paige RYDBERG USA 3f+2t, 3t+2t, 3s, 2z, 3f-nd, 2lo, 2a+2t
3 84.78 Jiwon LEE KOR 2a, 3lo, ?, 3z+2t, 3f, 2a^3s, 3s
4 65.32 Sophie ABRAMS ISR
5 37.51 Amanda KALLUF BRA

FINAL STANDINGS: INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR LADIES

1 151.79 Ting CUI USA
2 139.62 Paige RYDBERG USA
3 134.05 Jiwon LEE KOR
4 104.11 Sophie ABRAMS ISR
5 58.32 Amanda KALLUF BRA


RESULTS INTERNATIONAL SENIOR MEN SHORT PROGRAM

76.37 Alexei KRASNOZHON USA 3lo, 3a, 3z+3lo
75.38 Timothy DOLENSKY USA 4s↓, 3a, 3z+2t
74.00 Max AARON USA 4t↓-nc, 4s, 3a
73.14 Alexander JOHNSON USA
72.42 Yaroslav PANIOT UKR
71.92 June Hyoung LEE KOR
65.12 Donovan CARRILLO MEX
62.66 Sean RABBITT USA
61.63 Jordan MOELLER USA
61.49 Andrew TORGASHEV USA
56.57 Camden PULKINEN USA
56.33 Nicholas VRDOLJAK CRO
53.00? Larry LOUPOLOVER AZE didn't get score
48.35 Lincoln YUEN HKG

Vincent ZHOU withdrew. Had boot problems with blisters and decided not to overdo.

RESULTS INTERNATIONAL SENIOR MEN FREE SKATE Sorry, no jump notes.

Also note: Caller was SHIN AMANO

1 153.84 Timothy DOLENSKY USA
2 144.63 Yaroslav PANIOT UKR
3 141.46 Andrew TORGASHEV USA
4 135.37 Max AARON USA
5 134.99 Sean RABBITT USA
6 130.25 Alexander JOHNSON USA
7 129.88 Alexei KRASNOZHON USA
8 127.46 June Hyoung LEE KOR
9 119.33 Donovan CARRILLO MEX
10 116.48 Jordan MOELLER USA
11 113.02 Camden PULKINEN USA
12 108.45 Nicholas VRDOLJAK CRO
13 87.17 Lincoln YUEN HKG


FINAL STANDINGS: INTERNATIONAL SENIOR MEN Top 5 get ISU points

1 229.22 Timothy DOLENSKY USA
2 217.05 Yaroslav PANIOT UKR
3 209.37 Max AARON USA
4 206.25 Alexei KRASNOZHON USA
5 203.39 Alexander JOHNSON USA
6 202.95 Andrew TORGASHEV USA
7 199.38 June Hyoung LEE KOR
8 197.65 Sean RABBITT USA
9 184.45 Donovan CARRILLO MEX
10 178.11 Jordan MOELLER USA
11 169.59 Camden PULKINEN USA
12 164.78 Nicholas VRDOLJAK CRO
13 87.17 Lincoln YUEN HKG


RESULTS INTERNATIONAL SENIOR LADIES SHORT PROGRAM Sorry no jump notes

1 69.64 Angela WANG USA
2 64.92 Bradie TENNELL USA
3 62.37 Courtney HICKS USA
4 62.20 Karen CHEN USA
5 56.80 Hanul KIM KOR
6 56.73 Starr ANDREWS USA
7 55.40 Amber GLENN USA
8 53.99 Tessa HONG USA
9 51.59 Chloe ING SIN
10 50.83 Brooklee HAN AUS
11 46.64 Franchesca CHIERA USA
12 43.40 Isadora WILLIAMS BRA
13 42.81 Aimee BUCHANAN ISR
14 39.95 Sena KIM KOR
15 38.13 Silvia HUGEC SVK
16 35.50 Netta SCHREIBER ISR
17 35.01 Coco KAMINSKI POL
18 34.93 Sofia Del RIO MEX
19 32.23 Anastasia KONONENKO UKR
20 31.91 Michelle LIFSHITS ISR


Karen CHEN skated the SP wearing a knee brace---she had suffered a fall in practice and bruised her knee. After the SP she iced the knee, but decided overnight the bruise was too bad to risk further injury, so she withdrew from the FS.

RESULTS INTERNATIONAL LADIES FREE SKATE Sorry no jump notes

1 123.61 Hanul KIM KOR
2 120.06 Bradie TENNELL USA
3 113.89 Angela WANG USA
4 113.55 Courtney HICKS USA
5 98.45 Isadora WILLIAMS BRA
6 95.46 Amber GLENN USA
7 95.08 Tessa HONG USA
8 93.18 Starr ANDREWS USA
9 87.18 Brooklee HAN AUS
10 80.67 Franchesca CHIERA USA
11 71.39 Chloe ING SIN
12 70.41 Silvia HUGEC SVK
13 68.21 Aimee BUCHANAN ISR
14 63.93 Sena KIM KOR
15 61.06 Sofia Del RIO MEX
16 56.55 Michelle LIFSHITS ISR
17 54.68 Netta SCHREIBER ISR
18 51.80 Coco KAMINSKI POL
19 48.34 Anastasia KONONENKO UKR

FINAL STANDINGS: INTERNATIONAL LADIES Top 5 receive ISU points

1 184.98 Bradie TENNELL USA
2 183.53 Angela WANG USA
3 180.41 Hanul KIM KOR
4 175.92 Courtney HICKS USA
5 150.86 Amber GLENN USA
6 149.91 Starr ANDREWS USA
7 149.07 Tessa HONG USA
8 141.85 Isadora WILLIAMS BRA
9 138.01 Brooklee HAN AUS
10 127.31 Franchesca CHIERA USA
11 122.97 Chloe ING SIN
12 111.02 Aimee BUCHANAN ISR
13 108.54 Silvia HUGEC SVK
14 103.88 Sena KIM KOR
15 95.99 Sofia Del RIO MEX
16 90.18 Netta SCHREIBER ISR
17 88.46 Michelle LIFSHITS ISR
18 86.81 Coco KAMINSKI POL
19 80.57 Anastasia KONONENKO UKR
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby Jonas » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:14 pm

Saw clips of the men:

Looks like both Max Aaron and Grant Hochstein are using "Phantom of the Opera" for their FS. I prefer the latter's better.

Speaking of Max Aaron, looks like he's going for 4Sal and 4toe in his SP and then two of each in the FS. Not the best showing out here and while we can say it's only the first week of August, I think that Max is someone who needs to bang it out each time to make the strongest case possible for him for Pyeongchang.

Love, love, loved Andrew Torgashev's SP. The bladework, the spins, and just how the elements (albeit jumps were amiss) just flowed. Yeah, it's Moonlight Sonata, but I honestly would rank this up there w/G&G's if he hits! Can't wait to see his FS.

Hopefully some of the ladies' clips show up.

Your thoughts...
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Re: 2017 PHILADELPHA SUMMER INTERNATIONAL 8/3-6

Postby chuckiem » Mon Aug 07, 2017 5:48 pm

Can't say I'm a Max Aaron fan---every year I hope to see an improvement in his jumping and his presentation, but it seems neither has improved at all. His jumping was actually better 2-3 years ago, and there still isn't any much of any presentation. His music choices are baffling, because they demand presentation skills that he just doesn't have. POTO suits Grant Hochstein perfectly---Grant can interpret all the emotion in the piece with his whole body and audiences will relate to his performance whether he lands all his jumps or not. I've seen audiences give Grant standing ovations for even technically flawed outings. Audiences will be behind Max only if he lands all his jumps.

I love Alexei Krasnozhon, and his SP was excellent. However, he needs to ditch the FS---it is beyond awful. His first JGP event is less than 3 weeks away, and that FS is not anywhere near competition ready. I'm a bit concerned about Camden Pulkinen, too--he has one more week than Alexei for his JGP event, but both of his programs need work.
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