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2008 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Date: February 25 – March 2
Season: 2007–2008
Location: Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Venue: Winter Sport Hall
Champions
Men's singles:
United States Adam Rippon
Ladies singles:
United States Rachael Flatt
Pair skating:
Russia Ksenia Krasilnikova & Konstantin Bezmaternikh
Ice dancing:
United States Emily Samuelson & Evan Bates
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The 2008 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were the World Junior Figure Skating Championships for the 2007/2008 season. Commonly called "World Juniors" and "Junior Worlds", they are an annual figure skating competition in which elite figure skaters compete for the title of World Junior Champion. The event is open to figure skaters from ISU member nations who have reached the age of 13 by July 1 of the previous year, but have not yet turned 19. The upper age limit for men competing in pairs and dance is 21. Skaters compete in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies singles, pairs, and ice dance.

The term "Junior" refers to the age level rather than necessarily the skill level. Therefore, some of the skaters competing have competed nationally and internationally at the senior level, but are still age-eligible for World Juniors. Regardless of whether they have competed as seniors, all competitors perform programs that conform to the ISU rules for junior level competition in terms of program lengths, jumping passes, etc.

The 2008 championships were held from February 25 through March 2, 2008 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Contents

Medals Table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 3 1 1 5
2  Russia 1 2 1 4
3  China 0 0 2 2
4  Canada 0 1 0 1

Results

Men

The men's podium. From left: Artem Borodulin (2nd), Adam Rippon (1st), Guan Jinlin (3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Adam Rippon  United States 199.90 1 1
2 Artem Borodulin  Russia 194.77 2 2
3 Guan Jinlin  China 189.60 4 3
4 Brandon Mroz  United States 186.20 3 5
5 Michal Brezina  Czech Republic 184.40 5 6
6 Kevin Reynolds  Canada 180.78 13 4
7 Ivan Bariev  Russia 175.06 10 7
8 Jeremy Ten  Canada 173.34 11 8
9 Tommy Steenberg  United States 166.64 6 13
10 Florent Amodio  France 164.79 9 12
11 Kim Lucine  France 164.61 7 16
12 Moris Pfeifhofer  Switzerland 162.88 15 10
13 Javier Fernandez  Spain 161.01 14 11
14 Nikolai Bondar  Ukraine 159.61 12 17
15 Yang Chao  China 158.48 24 9
16 Denis Ten  Kazakhstan 155.70 8 19
17 Akio Sasaki  Japan 155.14 18 14
18 Adrian Schultheiss  Sweden 154.12 19 15
19 Takahito Mura  Japan 145.82 21 18
20 Nikita Mikhailov  Russia 140.36 23 20
21 Elladj Balde  Canada 140.34 22 21
22 Denis Wieczorek  Germany 137.17 17 22
23 Jakub Strobl  Slovakia 134.45 20 23
24 Maciej Cieplucha  Poland 133.69 16 24
25 Pavel Petrov Savinov  Bulgaria 77.51 46 25
Free Skate Not Reached
26 Viktor Romanenkov  Estonia 44.95 25
27 Severin Kiefer  Austria 44.63 26
28 Michael Chrolenko  Norway 44.62 27
29 Bela Papp  Finland 44.45 28
30 Evgeni Krasnapolski  Israel 43.44 29
31 Ruben Errampalli  Italy 43.41 30
32 Danil Privalov  Azerbaijan 41.39 31
33 Matthew Precious  Australia 39.78 32
34 Elliot Hilton  United Kingdom 39.53 33
35 Boris Martinec  Croatia 37.76 34
36 Kevin Alves  Brazil 34.44 35
37 Dimitri Kahirau  Belarus 34.28 36
38 Ruben Blommaert  Belgium 32.44 37
39 Kim Min-Seok  South Korea 32.31 38
40 Sarkis Hairapetyan  Armenia 30.52 39
41 Jesper Kristiansen  Denmark 30.44 40
42 Cameron Hems  New Zealand 27.88 41
43 Vlad Ionescu  Romania 27.35 42
44 Krisztian Andraska  Hungary 27.03 43
45 Boyito Mulder  Netherlands 26.42 44
46 Engin Ali Artan  Turkey 25.96 45
47 Saulius Ambrulevicius  Lithuania 22.45 47

Ladies

The ladies medalists hold up the American flag. From left: Mirai Nagasu (3rd), Rachael Flatt (1st), Caroline Zhang (2nd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Rachael Flatt  United States 172.19 3 1
2 Caroline Zhang  United States 171.84 2 2
3 Mirai Nagasu  United States 162.89 1 3
4 Jenni Vahamaa  Finland 142.54 6 4
5 Yuki Nishino  Japan 139.44 4 6
6 Alena Leonova  Russia 138.06 7 5
7 Joshi Helgesson  Sweden 130.46 8 9
8 Sarah Hecken  Germany 128.45 11 8
9 Katarina Gerboldt  Russia 126.37 18 7
10 Myriane Samson  Canada 125.91 14 10
11 Elena Glebova  Estonia 125.56 5 12
12 Sonia Lafuente  Spain 119.99 9 11
13 Stefania Berton  Italy 115.21 15 13
14 Kim Hyeon-Jung  South Korea 115.09 13 15
15 Ivana Reitmayerova  Slovakia 113.06 20 14
16 Rumi Suizu  Japan 112.19 10 21
17 Sin Na-Hee  South Korea 111.47 12 20
18 Eleonora Vinnichenko  Ukraine 110.92 21 16
19 Miriam Ziegler  Austria 110.60 16 19
20 Sofia Otala  Finland 108.64 17 22
21 Geng Bingwa  China 107.97 24 17
22 Alexandra Rout  New Zealand 107.72 23 18
23 Cheltzie Lee  Australia 106.89 19 23
24 Katherine Hadford  Hungary 104.06 22 24
25 Manuela Stanukova  Bulgaria 84.52 43 25
Free Skate Not Reached
26 Svetlana Issakova  Estonia 39.73 25
27 Nella Simaova  Czech Republic 39.68 26
28 Emma Hagieva  Azerbaijan 38.80 27
29 Sigrid Young  Chinese Taipei 38.70 28
30 Minna Parviainen  Finland 36.76 29
31 Sara Twete  Denmark 36.52 30
32 Mirna Libric  Croatia 36.16 31
33 Francesca Rio  Italy 34.45 32
34 Barbara Klerk  Belgium 34.10 33
35 Charlotte Gendreau  France 34.03 34
36 Merovee Ephrem  Monaco 33.89 35
37 Noemie Silberer  Switzerland 33.81 36
38 Mary Grace Baldo  Philippines 33.31 37
39 Aneta Michalek  Poland 33.05 38
40 Mary Ro Reyes  Mexico 32.84 39
41 Nika Ceric  Slovenia 32.41 40
42 Erle Harstad  Norway 31.76 41
43 Beatrice Rozinskaite  Lithuania 30.07 42
44 Elena Rodrigues  Brazil 29.14 44
45 Manouk Gijsman  Netherlands 28.80 45
46 Birce Atabey  Turkey 27.04 46
47 Victoria Liakhava  Belarus 26.23 47
48 Armine Stambultsyan  Armenia 26.04 48
49 Zanna Pugaca  Latvia 25.83 49
50 Georgia Glastris  Greece 25.34 50
51 Anita Nagy  Romania 24.95 51
52 Siobhan McColl  South Africa 23.80 52
53 Lydia Fuentes  Andorra 22.64 53
54 Sofia Bardakov  Israel 22.26 54
55 Hounsh Munshi  India 21.13 55
56 Mila Petrovic  Serbia 19.80 56

Pairs

The pairs podium. From left: Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze (2nd), Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh (1st), Dong Huibo / Wu Yiming (3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh  Russia 148.12 1 2
2 Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze  Russia 144.86 2 1
3 Dong Huibo / Wu Yiming  China 141.33 5 3
4 Ekaterina Sheremetieva / Mikhail Kuznetsov  Russia 136.14 3 5
5 Jessica Rose Paetsch / Jon Nuss  United States 133.12 8 4
6 Maria Sergejeva / Ilja Glebov  Estonia 131.02 9 6
7 Zhang Yue / Wang Lei  China 130.92 4 7
8 Monica Pisotta / Michael Stewart  Canada 127.23 7 8
9 Amanda Velenosi / Mark Fernandez  Canada 125.46 10 9
10 Chelsi Guillen / Danny Curzon  United States 123.93 6 12
11 Bianca Butler / Joseph Jacobsen  United States 120.81 12 11
12 Anais Morand / Antoine Dorsaz  Switzerland 118.92 11 14
13 Amanda Sunyoto-Yang / Darryll Sulindro-Yang  Chinese Taipei 118.90 14 10
14 Nicole Della Monica / Yannick Kocon  Italy 113.35 15 13
15 Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran  Japan 113.23 13 15
16 Krystyna Klimczak / Janusz Karweta  Poland 108.87 16 16
17 Gabriela Cermanova / Martin Hanulak  Slovakia 95.74 17 17
18 Camille Foucher / Bruno Massot  France 89.09 18 18
19 Andrea Hollerova / Jakub Safranek  Czech Republic 80.85 19 19
20 Natalie Ganem / Christopher Trefil  Hungary 70.91 20 20

Ice Dancing

The ice dancing podium. From left: Vanessa Crone / Paul Poirier (2nd), Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates (1st), Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov (3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points CD OD FD
1 Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates  United States 181.66 1 1 1
2 Vanessa Crone / Paul Poirier  Canada 178.09 3 2 2
3 Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov  Russia 172.85 4 3 3
4 Maria Monko / Ilia Tkachenko  Russia 166.01 2 4 4
5 Madison Hubbell / Keiffer Hubbell  United States 157.47 5 5 5
6 Ekaterina Riazanova / Jonathan Guerreiro  Russia 153.29 7 6 6
7 Alisa Agafonova / Dmitri Dun  Ukraine 150.57 8 7 7
8 Kharis Ralph / Asher Hill  Canada 144.29 10 9 9
9 Isabella Pajardi / Stefano Caruso  Italy 144.13 14 8 8
10 Karen Routhier / Eric Saucke-Lacelle  Canada 138.61 9 11 11
11 Maureen Ibanez / Neil Brown  France 138.10 11 10 10
12 Lucie Mysliveckova / Matej Novak  Czech Republic 137.56 6 14 15
13 Ashley Foy / Benjamin Blum  Germany 134.84 12 12 13
14 Isabella Tobias / Otar Japaridze  Georgia 134.26 15 13 12
15 Natalia Mitiushina / Matteo Zanni  Italy 129.69 13 16 14
16 Anastasia Gavrylovych / Maciej Bernadowski  Poland 124.64 18 15 19
17 Nikola Visnova / Lukas Csolley  Slovakia 123.33 22 22 16
18 Charlene Guignard / Guillaume Paulmier  France 122.78 16 17 21
19 Guan Xueting / Wang Meng  China 122.02 24 23 17
20 Emese Laszlo / Mate Fejes  Hungary 121.92 20 19 20
21 Barbora Heroldova / Nikolaj Sorensen  Denmark 121.58 23 21 18
22 Irina Shtork / Taavi Rand  Estonia 117.74 19 20 23
23 Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomaki  Finland 117.05 21 24 22
24 Ina Demireva / Juri Kurakin  Bulgaria 107.35 27 27 24
WD Penny Coomes / Nicholas Buckland  United Kingdom 17 26
Free Dance Not Reached
26 Ekaterina Zabolotnaya / Julian Wagner  Germany 61.29 29 18
27 Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost  Switzerland 59.15 25 25
28 Sonja Pauli / Tobias Eisenbauer  Austria 54.59 26 29
29 Kristina Kiudmaa / Aleksei Trohlev  Estonia 52.41 28 30
30 Hanna Asadchaya / Dmitri Lamtyugin  Belarus 51.77 30 28
Original Dance Not Reached
31 Jekaterina Sergejeva / Andrejs Sitiks  Latvia 17.44 31
32 Tamsyn Scoble / Quiesto Spieringshoek  South Africa 13.87 32

Multiple spots for the 2009 World Junior Championships

The following countries have earned more than one entry to the 2009 World Junior Figure Skating Championships based on their performance at the 2008 World Junior Championships.[1]

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  Russia
 United States
 United States  China
 Russia
 Canada
 Russia
 United States
2  Canada
 China
 Czech Republic
 France
 Canada
 Finland
 Germany
 Japan
 Russia
 Sweden
 Canada
 Estonia
 United States
 France
 Italy
 Ukraine

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