2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Maleeva » Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:03 pm

I have not heard one peep about Ashley.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:28 pm

We're supposed to get the GP rosters today. So far, nothing.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby BrazilianFellow » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:37 pm

Ashley has announced she’s out of GP Series.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Trilogy86 » Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:35 pm

Skate Canada has the Canadian assignments up.

Cup of China goes to Finland.

https://skatecanada.ca/event-schedule/

ISU Twitter also has now posted all of the lists!
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:37 am

SKATE AMERICA

MEN
1 Jorik HENDRICKX BEL
2 Nam NGUYEN CAN
3 Michal BREZINA CZE
4 Romain PONSART FRA
5 Moris KVITELASHVILI GEO
6 Alexei BYCHENKO ISR
7 Matteo RIZZO ITA
8 Julian Zhi Jie YEE MAS
9 Sergei VORONOV RUS
10 Nathan CHEN USA
11 Vincent ZHOU USA
12 TBD USA

LADIES
1 Loena HENDRICKX BEL
2 Laurine LECAVELIER FRA
3 Marin HONDA JPN
4 Satoko MIYAHARA JPN
5 Kaori SAKAMOTO JPN
6 Elena RADIONOVA RUS
7 Sofia SAMODUROVA RUS
8 Polina TSURSKAYA RUS
9 Nicole RAJICOVA SVK
10 Starr ANDREWS USA
11 Bradie TENNELL USA
12 TBD USA

PAIRS
1 Xiangning LI / Zhong XIE CHN
2 Xiaoyu YU / Hao ZHANG CHN
3 Annika HOCKE / Ruben BLOMMAERT GER
4 Alisa EFIMOVA / Alexander KOROVIN RUS
5 Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV RUS
6 Ashley CAIN / Timothy LEDUC USA
7 Alexa SCIMECA KNIERIM / Chris KNIERIM USA
8 TBD USA

DANCE
1 Katharina MULLER / Tim DIECK GER
2 Lilah FEAR / Lewis GIBSON GBR
3 Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI ITA
4 Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEV POL
5 Yura MIN / Alexander GAMELIN KOR
6 Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS
7 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN RUS
8 Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE USA
9 Lorraine McNAMARA / Quinn CARPENTER USA
10 TBD USA

SKATE CANADA INTERNATIONAL

MEN
1 Brendan KERRY AUS
2 Keegan MESSING CAN
3 Roman SADOVSKY CAN
4 TBD CAN
5 Kevin AYMOZ FRA
6 Daniel SAMOHIN ISR
7 Shoma UNO JPN
8 Kazuki TOMONO JPN
9 Junhwha CHA KOR
10 Alexander SAMARIN RUS
11 Alexander MAJOROV SWE
12 Jason BROWN USA

1 Larkyn AUSTMAN CAN
2 Alaine CHARTRAND CAN
3 Gabrielle DALEMAN CAN
4 Wakaba HIGUCHI JPN
5 Yura MATSUDA JPN
6 Mako YAMASHITA JPN
7 Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA KAZ
8 Dabin CHOI KOR
9 Evgenia MEDVEDEVA RUS
10 Daria PANENKOVA RUS
11 Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA RUS
12 Mariah BELL USA

PAIRS
1 Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA / Harley WINDSOR AUS
2 Kirsten MOORE-TOWERS / Michael MARINARO CAN
3 Camille RUEST / Andrew WOLFE CAN
4 Evelyn WALSH / Trennt MICHAUD CAN
5 Cheng PENG / Yang JIN CHN
6 Vanessa JAMES / Morgan CIPRES FRA
7 Aleksandra BOIKOVA / Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII RUS
8 Haven DENNEY / Brandon FRAZIER USA

DANCE
1 Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER CAN
2 Haley SALES / Nikolas WAMSTEEKER CAN
3 Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS CAN
4 Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIU CHN
5 Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LEGAC FRA
6 Robynne TWEEDALE / Joseph BUCKLAND GBR
7 Anastasia SKOPTCOVA / Kirill ALESHIN RUS
8 Victoria SINITSINA / Nikita KATSALAPOV RUS
9 Olivia SMART / Adria DIAZ ESP
10 Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE USA


GRAND PRIX FINLAND

MEN
1 Jorik HENDRICKX BEL
2 Boyang JIN CHN
3 Michal BREZINA CZE
4 TBD FIN
5 Phillip HARRIS GBR
6 Alexei BYCHENKO ISR
7 Yuzuru HANYU JPN
8 Keiji TANAKA JPN
9 Alexey EROKHOV RUS
10 Mikhail KOLYADA RUS
11 Andrei LAZUKIN RUS
12 Alexei KRAZNOZHON USA

LADIES
1 Loena HENDRICKX BEL
2 TBD FIN
3 Nicole SCHOTT GER
4 Carolina KOSTNER ITA
5 Rika HONGO JPN
6 Kaori SAKAMOTO JPN
7 Yuna SHIRAIWA JPN
8 Stanislava KONSTANTINOVA RUS
9 Daria PANENKOVA RUS
10 Alina ZAGITOVA RUS
11 Nicole RAJICOVA SVK
12 Karen CHEN USA

PAIRS
1 Miriam ZIEGLER / Severin KIEFER AUT
2 Julianne SEGUIN / Charlie BILODEAU CAN
3 Wenjin SUI / Cong HAN CHN
4 Tae Ok RYOM / Ju Sik KIM PRK
5 TBD FIN
6 Nicole DELLA MONICA / Matteo GUARISE ITA
7 Daria PAVLIUCHENKO / Denis KHODYKIN RUS
8 Natalia ZABIIAKO / Alexander ENBERT RUS


DANCE
1 Cortney MANSOUROVA / Michal CESKA CZE
2 Cecilia TORN / Jussiville PARTANEN FIN
3 TBD FIN
4 Charlene GUIGNARD / Marco FABBRI ITA
5 Betina POPOVA / Sergey MOZGOV RUS
6 Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN RUS
7 Sara HURTADO / Kirill KHALIAVIN ESP
8 Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA
9 Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA
10 Lorraine McNAMARA / Quinn CARPENTER USA


NHK TROPHY

MEN
1 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN
2 Matteo RIZZO ITA
3 Hiroaki SATO JPN
4 Shoma UNO JPN
5 TBD JPN
6 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT
7 June Hyoung LEE KOR
8 Dmitri ALIEV RUS
9 Sergei VORONOV RUS
10 Yaroslav PANIOT UKR
11 Alexander JOHNSON USA
12 Vincent ZHOU USA

LADIES
1 Gabrielle DALEMAN CAN
2 Xiangning LI CHN
3 Mai MIHARA JPN
4 Satoko MIYAHARA JPN
5 TBD JPN
6 Dabin CHOI KOR
7 Elena RADIONOVA RUS
8 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS
9 Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA RUS
10 Mariah BELL USA
11 Courtney HICKS USA
12 Angela WANG USA


PAIRS
1 Kirsten MOORE-TOWERS / Michael MARINARO CAN
2 Cheng PENG / Yang JIN CHN
3 Wenjin SUI / Cong HAN CHN
4 Annika HOCKE / Ruben BLOMMAERT GER
5 Miu SUZAKI / Ryuichi KIHARA JPN
6 Natalia ZABIIAKO / Alexander ENBERT RUS
7 Tara KAYNE / Danny O'SHEA USA
8 Alexa SCIMECA KNIERIM / Chris KNIERIM USA

DANCE
1 Carolane SOUCISSE / Shane FIRUS CAN
2 Shiyue WANG / Xinyu LIU CHN
3 Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON FRA
4 Misato KOMATSUBARA / Tim KOLETO JPN
5 Kana MURAMOTO / Chris REED JPN
6 Anastasia SKOPTCOVA / Kirill ALESHIN RUS
7 Tiffani ZAGORSKI / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS
8 Alexandra NAZAROVA / Maxim NIKITIN RUS
9 Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER USA
10 Rachel PARSONS / Michael PARSONS USA


CUP OF RUSSIA

MEN
1 Keegan MESSING CAN
2 Moris KVITELASHVILI GEO
3 Paul FENTZ GER
4 Mauriziio ZANDRON ITA
5 Yuzuru HANYU JPN
6 Kazuki TOMONO JPN
7 Denis TEN KAZ
8 Artur DMITRIEV RUS
9 Alexey EROKHOV RUS
10 Mikhail KOLYADA RUS
11 Alexander MAJOROV SWE
12 Alexei KRASNOZHON USA

LADIES
1 Nicole SCHOTT GER
2 Wakaba HIGUCHI JPN
3 Yura MATSUDA JPN
4 Mako YAMASHITA JPN
5 Elizabet TURSYNBAEVA KAZ
6 Eunsoo LIM KOR
7 Polina TSURSKAYA RUS
8 Alina ZAGITOVA RUS
9 TBD RUS
10 Alexia PAGANINI SUI
11 Karen CHEN USA
12 Gracie GOLD USA

PAIRS
1 Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA / Harley WINDSOR AUS
2 Miriam ZIEGLER / Severin KIEFER AUT
3 Nicole DELLA MONICA / Matteo GUARISE ITA
4 Alisa EFIMOVA / Alexander KOROVIN RUS
5 Daria PAVLIUCHENKO / Denis KHODYKIN RUS
6 Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV RUS
7 Ashley CAIN / Timothy LEDUC USA
8 Deanna STELLATO / Nathan BARTHOLOMAY USA

DANCE
1 Tina GARABEDIAN / Simon PROULX SENECAL ARM
2 Anna YANOVSKAYA / Adam LUKACS HUN
3 Kana MURAMOTO / Chris REED JPN
4 Natalia KALISZEK / Maksym SPODYRIEV POL
5 Sofia EVDOKIMOVA / Egor BAZIN RUS
6 Alexandra STEPANOVA / Ivan BUKIN RUS
7 TBD RUS
8 Sara HURTADO / Kirill KHALIAVIN ESP
9 Christina CARREIRA / Anthony PONOMARENKO USA
10 Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES USA


INTERNATIONALE DE FRANCE

MEN
1 Nicolas NADEAU CAN
2 Boyang JIN CHN
3 Romain PONSART FRA
4 Chafik BESSEGHIER FRA
5 TBD FRA
6 Daniel SAMOHIN ISR
7 Keiji TANAKA JPN
8 Deniss VASILJEVS LAT
9 Dmitri ALIEV RUS
10 Alexander SAMARIN RUS
11 Jason BROWN USA
12 Nathan CHEN USA

LADIES
1 Laurine LECAVELIER FRA
2 Mae Berenice MEITE FRA
3 TBD FRA
4 Carolina KOSTNER ITA
5 Marin HONDA JPN
6 Rika KIHIRA JPN
7 Mai MIHARA JPN
8 Stanislava KONSTANTINOVA RUS
9 Evgenia MEDVEDEVA RUS
10 Maria SOTSKOVA RUS
11 Matilda ALGOTSSON SWE
12 Bradie TENNELL USA

PAIRS
1 Julianne SEGUIN / Charlie BILODEAU CAN
2 Xiaoyu YU / Hao ZHANG CHN
3 Tae OK Ryom / Ju Sik KIM PRK
4 Lola ESBRAT / Andrei NOVOSELOV FRA
5 Vanessa JAMES / Morgan CIPRES FRA
6 Aleksandra BOIKOVA / Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII RUS
7 Haven DENNEY / Brandon FRAZIER USA
8 Tara KAYNE / Danny O'SHEA USA

DANCE
1 Piper GILLES / Paul POIRIER CAN
2 Marie-Jade LAURIAULT / Romain LEGAC FRA
3 Gabriella PAPADAKIS / Guillaume CIZERON FRA
4 TBD FRA
5 Allison REED / Saulius ABRULEVICIUS LTU
6 Betina POPOVA / Sergey MOZGOV RUS
7 Victoria SINITSINA / Nikita KATSALAPOV RUS
8 Olivia SMART / Adria DIAZ ESP
9 Kaitlin HAWAYEK / Jean-Luc BAKER USA
10 Rachel PARSONS / Michael PARSONS USA
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby bumphystars » Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:52 am

Does the ISU seriously still call it "Ladies"? C'mon, it's 2018! Can we not say Women?

Honestly.

I find it surprising that Kevin Reynolds is continuing on. And shocked to see Gracie on this list.

And pickings are slim for Canada, feels like there aren't any sure medalists.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:11 am

To the rest of the World, it's LADIES. Only in Canada is it "Women". :roll:

As for Canadian medal chances, why start out with glass-half-empty thoughts? Some of your countrymen on other boards are already predicting medals in all disciplines and the GPF in some.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Ellen » Fri Jun 29, 2018 6:53 am

Oh NO! Yusuru Hanyu again picked the Cup of Russia.
These crazy Japanese fans will sweep away all the tickets((( Last year I was able to find a ticket to the Short Programs only. On the rink I felt like I was in Asia - only Japanese around and a small handful of Russians.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Andy » Fri Jun 29, 2018 7:26 am

I see quite a few surprising entries at the moment - I would not be surprised if we saw major adjustments:

MEN

Michal BREZINA
Alexei BYCHENKO
Sergei VORONOV
Alexander MAJOROV
Yuzuru HANYU
Kevin REYNOLDS
Denis TEN
Artur DMITRIEV

LADIES

Elena RADIONOVA
Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
Carolina KOSTNER
Gracie GOLD

PAIRS

Xiaoyu YU / Hao ZHANG
Deanna STELLATO / Nathan BARTHOLOMAY

DANCE
Madison CHOCK / Evan BATES

In the MEN list, I was expecting to see all of those guys retiring or taking a break (Hanyu); same for Gold and Kostner. I had my doubts on Tuk and Radionova, but I would be happy to see them sticking around. In pairs I think Zhang made his time. He skates with younger and younger partners, to the point of becoming embarrassing (IMO). He is a great skater, but I think his last matches were questionable at the very least. Stellato is a wonderful story, I just wonder how much she will be able to deliver. Chock/Bates - to me it looks as if they started a downward spiral. I have never been a fan of these two, but I would hate to see them going out on a bad note.

As a side note: I LOVE to see SPAIN bringing two dance teams, and amazing work from the Russians, who bring to the world stage new athletes season after season.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Maleeva » Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:54 pm

Well I never would have picked Finland as the replacement for the cup of china. That came as a total surprise.

I am in shock to see Kostner on here. I really thought she would retire. Perhaps the new rules emphasizing PCS and less so jumps, helped her decide to stay one more year?

I also thought Chen and Hanyu would take the GP season off, after a grueling Olympic year.

Happy to see Gold on here, hope she is training and ready for this season.

I’m really looking forward to see what impact World Junior Ice Dance Champions Anastasia Skoptcova/Kirill Aleshin (RUS) will have in the senior ice dance ranks.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby bumphystars » Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:03 pm

chuckiem wrote:To the rest of the World, it's LADIES. Only in Canada is it "Women". :roll:

As for Canadian medal chances, why start out with glass-half-empty thoughts? Some of your countrymen on other boards are already predicting medals in all disciplines and the GPF in some.


Chuckie, are you implying that it should be Ladies? I'll buy into that once they start using the term "gentlemen." Until then, it's garbage and should be changed.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby sms29s66 » Fri Jun 29, 2018 10:04 pm

Am I correct or dreaming? In the audience at World's I swear I saw the same (presumably) Japanese spectators showing flags for more than their own skaters? If so, bravo! Is this a thing that I just never noticed before? When my daughter and I were at World's in DC, we sort of bonded with two Russian young women who seemed shy about rooting for their skaters, so we encouraged them and rooted along with them. It felt really good to be non-partisan. But then I've always had favorites among other countries skaters, and sometimes I have actively disliked our own American skaters.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Sat Jun 30, 2018 3:13 am

sms29s66 wrote:Am I correct or dreaming? In the audience at World's I swear I saw the same (presumably) Japanese spectators showing flags for more than their own skaters? If so, bravo! Is this a thing that I just never noticed before? When my daughter and I were at World's in DC, we sort of bonded with two Russian young women who seemed shy about rooting for their skaters, so we encouraged them and rooted along with them. It felt really good to be non-partisan. But then I've always had favorites among other countries skaters, and sometimes I have actively disliked our own American skaters.


Yes, I've sat next to some Japanese spectators who brought a box of flags and selected the right one to wave for each skater. I've also sat next to spectators who steadfastly refused to applaud for anyone except skaters from their own country. I actually felt sorry for them because they didn't seem to be having much of a good time (their skaters didn't do too well). It's always a good time to enjoy all the skaters!
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Sat Jun 30, 2018 3:44 pm

bumphystars wrote:
chuckiem wrote:To the rest of the World, it's LADIES. Only in Canada is it "Women". :roll:

As for Canadian medal chances, why start out with glass-half-empty thoughts? Some of your countrymen on other boards are already predicting medals in all disciplines and the GPF in some.


Chuckie, are you implying that it should be Ladies? I'll buy into that once they start using the term "gentlemen." Until then, it's garbage and should be changed.


"Women" might be appropriate if all the competitors were in the 18-and-up age range. But they are not---many senior skaters are 15 to 17 and some haven't even gone through puberty yet----they are girls, and simply putting on a pair of skates doesn't instantly transform them into women. That is why "Ladies" is the more appropriate designation. And I am not implying it, I am saying it, and so is the ISU, since that is the terminology they use for all their competitions. Canada is free to use any terminology it wants for its own competitions, but it can't demand that the rest of the world do the same. Seems to me Canada also uses the term "women" for junior and below skaters, and IMO, that is ludicrous.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby bumphystars » Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:13 pm

Huh, so by your logic, Ladies can apply to a 14 year old girl but Women can't?

Congrats to the ISU and anyone else who thinks that makes sense, but I do not. And I'm proud of Canada for taking a more modern approach, using a term that isn't loaded by outdated associations of what a female should be and how they should behave. The rest of the world should do the same.

Also, there ARE mens skaters who technically not adults as well. What should they be called?

As for cheering for all skaters, I totally agree that it makes the sport more enjoyable. We should all cheer for good skating!
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby BrazilianFellow » Sat Jun 30, 2018 8:56 pm

Nazarova and Nikitin competing for Russia?! Didn’t they compete for Ukraine past seasons?
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Virginia » Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:42 am

Gotta disagree with you about "ladies", bumphy. There's nothing inherently demeaning or insulting about the term "ladies". It's not a perjorative in any way, like some anachronistic terms that referred to certain racial or ethnic groups. And I think you have to be old enough to remember the 1960s or earlier to associate it with "outdated associations of what a female should be and how they should behave". Those perceptions have changed, I think.

There's no need to throw out a perfectly good word just because it USED to be associated with old-fashioned attitudes. Most people use "women" and "ladies" interchangeably today. To refer to someone as a "lady" is simply polite. "That lady over there was next in line." I routinely address my high-school students collectively as "ladies and gentlemen". I think it inspires a certain standard of behavior and maturity that "boys and girls" does not.

The game of women's golf hasn't given up the term "ladies" either -- it's still the LPGA. And nobody's accusing female golfers of being subject to men, or of conforming to old-fashioned expectations of feminine behavior.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby chuckiem » Sun Jul 01, 2018 7:06 am

bumphystars wrote:Huh, so by your logic, Ladies can apply to a 14 year old girl but Women can't?

Congrats to the ISU and anyone else who thinks that makes sense, but I do not. And I'm proud of Canada for taking a more modern approach, using a term that isn't loaded by outdated associations of what a female should be and how they should behave. The rest of the world should do the same.

Also, there ARE mens skaters who technically not adults as well. What should they be called?

As for cheering for all skaters, I totally agree that it makes the sport more enjoyable. We should all cheer for good skating!


I am SO tired of political correctness being applied willy-nilly to everything.
In figure skating, the terms LADIES, MEN, PAIRS, ICE DANCE are labels that signify separate and distinct disciplines, period. They are not meant to have any meaning other than that. Apparently in Canada offense is taken at the label "Ladies", so that has been changed in Canada. However, there has apparently been no global offense taken, so the ISU hasn't changed its label, and even the political-offense-oversensitive US hasn't objected to it either, so no change here.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Andy » Mon Jul 02, 2018 6:51 am

Maleeva wrote:Well I never would have picked Finland as the replacement for the cup of china. That came as a total surprise.


I am thrilled about Finland. I lived there for a short while ages ago, and maybe this time around I will manage to visit again AND watch some skating. Helsinki provided top notch events in the past, so I have all the trust in them.
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Re: 2018-2019 GP SELECTION

Postby Maleeva » Mon Jul 02, 2018 8:40 pm

I meant to say would have never predicted Finland. It is an interesting choice that came as a surprise since they have no elite level skaters at the moment. Finland obviously has a proven record to host world championship caliber level competitions.
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