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Jordan Brauninger
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Brauninger competes in 2005.
Personal information
Country represented:  United States
Date of birth: January 19, 1987 (1987-01-19) (age 22)
Height: 188 cm (6.2 ft)
Coach: Stephanie Miller
Choreographer: David Wilson
Skating club: Northern Kentucky SC
Retired: 2005/2006
ISU personal best scores
Combined total: 178.32
2005 World Juniors
Short program: 59.00
2005 World Juniors
Free skate: 119.32
2005 World Juniors

Jordan Brauninger (born January 19, 1987 in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.) is a retired competitive American figure skater who now skates professionally. He is the 2004 World Junior bronze medalist.

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Biography

He began skating at age five. Before becoming a figure skater, he played ice hockey for three years. He then met Sergei Grinkov and changed to figure skating. He competed first as a pair skater with Samantha Skavdahl. He landed his first triple toe loop with the age of eleven and his first triple axel when he was 16. He trains in Crescent Springs, Kentucky. His coaches are Stephanie Miller and Ted Masdea. Brauninger represents the club Northern Kentucky SC. He lives in Ludlow, Kentucky and is home schooled.

Brauninger retired from competitive skating during the 2005/2006 season. On June 27, 2007, Disney announced that Brauninger would play the role of Troy Bolton in Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour.[1]

Competitive highlights

Event 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006
World Junior Championships 3rd 4th
U.S. Championships 4th N. 5th J. 2nd J. 10th 11th
Junior Grand Prix Final 6th 4th
Junior Grand Prix, Andorra 7th
Junior Grand Prix, Hungary 5th
Junior Grand Prix, France 3rd 5th
Junior Grand Prix, Japan 4th
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Slovakia 4th
Triglav Trophy 1st J.
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level

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