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1. 2013 RN Sergei VORONOV FS
(再生時間) 496秒
(平均評価) 4.8095236
(視聴回数) 3554回
2. Sergei VORONOV 2013 SP Russian Nationals
(再生時間) 358秒
(平均評価) 4.6190476
(視聴回数) 5258回
3. Nice 2012 ICE - MEN FP -11/26- Sergei VORONOV - 31/03/2012
(再生時間) 478秒
(平均評価) 4.5
(視聴回数) 3234回
4. EC 2013 Sergei VORONOV FS
(再生時間) 320秒
(平均評価) 5.0
(視聴回数) 572回
5. Sergei VORONOV 03/26/2012
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(視聴回数) 1937回
6. ISU ZAGREB 2013 -19/23- MEN FP - Sergei VORONOV - 26.01.2013
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7. Sergei VORONOV, SP
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United States Figure Skating Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The senior ladies podium at the 2008 U.S. Championships. Gold: Mirai Nagasu; Silver: Rachael Flatt; Bronze: Ashley Wagner; Pewter: Caroline Zhang.

The United States Figure Skating Championships is figure skating competition held annually to crown the national champions of theUnited States. The competition is organized by U.S. Figure Skating. In the U.S. skating community, the event is often referred to informally as "Nationals".

Skaters compete in three levels: Senior, Junior, and Novice. Medals are awarded in four disciplines: Ladies singles, Men's singles, Pairs, and Ice dance. Medals are given out in four colors: gold (first), silver (second), bronze (third), and pewter (fourth).

In addition to determining the United States champions, the event is used to determine the U.S. teams for the World Figure Skating Championships, World Junior Figure Skating Championships, the Four Continents Championships, and de-facto for the Winter Olympics.

The 2010 Championships will be held from January 14 to January 24, 2010 in Spokane, Washington. The 2011 Championships will be held from January 22 through January 30, 2011 in Greensboro, North Carolina[1]. The 2012 Championships will be held January 22 through 29, 2012 inSan Jose, California[2].

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[edit]Usage note

Unlike in other countries, such as Japan and Russia, where the "Junior National Championships" refers to the National Championships on the Junior level, in the United States, Junior-level skaters compete at the U.S. Championships. Juvenile and Intermediate-level skaters are the skaters who compete at the "U.S. Junior Championships". The similar names for the events can cause confusion[3] when Juvenile and Intermediate level skaters receive local media attention. Junior-level skaters compete at the "U.S. Championships on the Junior-level", whereas Juvenile and Intermediate skaters compete at the "U.S. Junior Championships".

In that vein, the "Junior national champion" is a skater who won Nationals on the Junior level, not a skater who won an event at the U.S. Junior Championships[3]. Those skaters would be the Juvenile and Intermediate national champions.

[edit]Qualifying

Qualification for the U.S. Championships begins at one of nine regional competitions. The regions are New England, North Atlantic, South Atlantic, Upper Great Lakes, Eastern Great Lakes, Southwestern, Northwest Pacific, Central Pacific, and Southwest Pacific. The top four finishers in each regional advance to one of three sectional competitions (Eastern, Midwestern, and Pacific Coast). Skaters who place in the top four at sectionals advance to the U.S. Championships.

Skaters can also receive byes to the competition. Skaters can earn the right at the U.S. Championships without qualifying through a sectional championship by[4]

  1. placing first through fifth in each discipline at the previous national championships on the senior level
  2. winning a medal at the immediately previous World Championships (e.g., the 2009 World Championships were the immediately previous World Championships for the 2010 U.S. Championships)
  3. winning a medal at the immediately previous Olympic Winter Games (e.g., the 2006 Winter Olympics were the immediately previous Olympic Games for the 2010 U.S. Championships)
  4. qualifying for the Junior or the Senior Grand Prix Final. A skater competing in two disciplines will receive a bye only in the discipline in which he or she qualified to the Junior or Senior Grand Prix Final.

Skaters may also receive byes through a qualifying competition if they compete in an international event during the time that qualifying event is to take place. For example, if a skater is competing at an event at the same time as his or her regional competition, that skater would receive a bye to the corresponding sectional competition. If a skater is competing at an event at the same time as his or her sectional competition, that skater would qualify for the national event without having had to compete at a sectional championship.

Skaters may not compete in the same discipline at different levels in the same National Championship, but may compete in different disciplines at different levels. For example, a skater could not compete in both the junior ladies and senior ladies event, but could compete in both the junior ladies and the novice pairs event. Skaters are also not permitted to regress a level; if a skater has competed in senior ladies, she may not compete in junior ladies in any subsequent year.

There are no age limits to competing. The terms "novice", "junior", and "senior" refer to the level of skating, not the age of the competitors. Therefore, competitors on the senior level do not have to be old enough to compete internationally on the senior level, and competitors on the junior level do not have to be young enough to compete internationally on the junior level.

[edit]Medalists

[edit]Men

Men's Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Pewter
1914 New Haven Norman M. Scott Edward Howland Nathaniel Niles
1915-
1917
No Competition Held
1918 New York City Nathaniel Niles Karl Engel Edward Howland
1919 No Competition Held
1920 New York City Sherwin Badger Nathaniel Niles Petros Wahlman
1921 Philadelphia Sherwin Badger Nathaniel Niles Edward Howland
1922 Boston Sherwin Badger Nathaniel Niles
1923 New Haven Sherwin Badger Chris Christenson Julius Nelson
1924 Philadelphia Sherwin Badger Nathaniel Niles Chris Christenson
1925 New York City Nathaniel Niles George Braakman Carl Engel
1926 Boston Chris Christenson Nathaniel Niles Ferrier Martin
1927 New York City Nathaniel Niles Roger Turner George Braakman
1928 New Haven Roger Turner Fredrick Goodridge Dr. Walter Langer
1929 New York City Roger Turner Fredrick Goodridge J. Lester Madden
1930 Providence Roger Turner J. Lester Madden George Hill
1931 Boston Roger Turner J. Lester Madden George Hill
1932 New York City Roger Turner J. Lester Madden George Borden
1933 New Haven Roger Turner J. Lester Madden Robin Lee
1934 Philadelphia Roger Turner Robin Lee George Hill
1935 New Haven Robin Lee Roger Turner J. Lester Madden
1936 New York City Robin Lee Erle Reiter George Hill
1937 Chicago Robin Lee Erle Reiter William Nagle
1938 Philadelphia Robin Lee Erle Reiter Ollie Haupt Jr.
1939 St. Paul Robin Lee Ollie Haupt Jr. Eugene Turner
1940 Cleveland Eugene Turner Ollie Haupt Jr. Skippy Baxter
1941 Boston Eugene Turner Arthur Vaughn Jr. William Nagle
1942 Chicago Bobby Specht William Grimditch Arthur Vaughn Jr.
1943 New York City Arthur Vaughn Jr. Arthur Preusch William Nagle
1944-
1945
No Competition Held
1946 Chicago Richard Button James Lochead Johm Tuckerman
1947 Berkeley Richard Button John Lettengarver James Grogan
1948 Colorado Springs Richard Button James Grogan John Lettengarver
1949 Colorado Springs Richard Button James Grogan Hayes Alan Jenkins
1950 Washington, DC Richard Button Hayes Alan Jenkins Richard Dwyer
1951 Seattle Richard Button James Grogan Hayes Alan Jenkins
1952 Colorado Springs Richard Button James Grogan Hayes Alan Jenkins
1953 Hershey Hayes Alan Jenkins Ronald Robertson Dudley Richards
1954 Los Angeles Hayes Alan Jenkins David Jenkins Ronald Robertson
1955 Colorado Springs Hayes Alan Jenkins David Jenkins Hugh Graham
1956 Philadelphia Hayes Alan Jenkins Ronald Robertson David Jenkins
1957 Berkeley David Jenkins Tim Brown Tom Moore
1958 Minneapolis David Jenkins Tim Brown Tom Moore
1959 Rochester David Jenkins Tim Brown Robert Brewer
1960 Seattle David Jenkins Tim Brown Robert Brewer
1961 Colorado Springs Bradley Lord Gregory Kelley Tim Brown Douglas Ramsay
1962 Boston Monty Hoyt Scott Allen David Edwards James Short
1963 Long Beach Thomas Litz Scott Allen Monty Hoyt
1964 Cleveland Scott Allen Thomas Litz Monty Hoyt
1965 Lake Placid Gary Visconti Scott Allen Tim Wood
1966 Berkeley Scott Allen Gary Visconti Billy Chapel
1967 Omaha Gary Visconti Scott Allen Tim Wood John Misha Petkevich
1968 Philadelphia Tim Wood Gary Visconti John Misha Petkevich
1969 Seattle Tim Wood John Misha Petkevich Gary Visconti
1970 Tulsa Tim Wood John Misha Petkevich Kenneth Shelley Roger Bass
1971 Buffalo John Misha Petkevich Kenneth Shelley Gordon McKellen, Jr.
1972 Long Beach Kenneth Shelley John Misha Petkevich Gordon McKellen, Jr. John Baldwin
1973 Minneapolis Gordon McKellen, Jr. Robert Bradshaw David Santee
1974 Providence Gordon McKellen, Jr. Terry Kubicka Charles Tickner
1975 Oakland Gordon McKellen, Jr. Terry Kubicka Charles Tickner Ken Newfield
1976 Colorado Springs Terry Kubicka David Santee Scott Cramer Charles Tickner
1977 Hartford Charles Tickner Scott Cramer David Santee John Carlow Jr.
1978 Portland Charles Tickner David Santee Scott Hamilton
1979 Cincinnati Charles Tickner Scott Cramer David Santee Scott Hamilton
1980 Atlanta Charles Tickner David Santee Scott Hamilton Scott Cramer
1981 San Diego Scott Hamilton David Santee Robert Wagenhoffer
1982 Indianapolis Scott Hamilton Robert Wagenhoffer David Santee Brian Boitano
1983 Pittsburgh Scott Hamilton Brian Boitano Mark Cockerell
1984 Salt Lake City Scott Hamilton Brian Boitano Mark Cockerell Paul Wylie
1985 Kansas City Brian Boitano Mark Cockerell Scott Williams Christopher Bowman
1986 Uniondale Brian Boitano Scott Williams Daniel Doran Angelo D'Agostino
1987 Tacoma Brian Boitano Christopher Bowman Scott Williams Daniel Doran
1988 Denver Brian Boitano Paul Wylie Christopher Bowman Daniel Doran
1989 Baltimore Christopher Bowman Daniel Doran Paul Wylie Erik Larson
1990 Salt Lake City Todd Eldredge Paul Wylie Mark Mitchell Erik Larson
1991 Minneapolis Todd Eldredge Christopher Bowman Paul Wylie Mark Mitchell
1992 Orlando Christopher Bowman Paul Wylie Mark Mitchell Scott Davis
1993 Phoenix Scott Davis Mark Mitchell Michael Chack Aren Nielsen
1994 Detroit Scott Davis Brian Boitano Aren Nielsen Todd Eldredge
1995 Providence Todd Eldredge Scott Davis Aren Nielsen Damon Allen
1996 San Jose Rudy Galindo Todd Eldredge Daniel Hollander Scott Davis
1997 Nashville Todd Eldredge Michael Weiss Daniel Hollander Scott Davis
1998 Philadelphia Todd Eldredge Michael Weiss Scott Davis Shepherd Clark
1999 Salt Lake City Michael Weiss Trifun Zivanovic Timothy Goebel Matthew Savoie
2000 Cleveland Michael Weiss Timothy Goebel Trifun Zivanovic Matthew Savoie
2001 Boston Timothy Goebel Todd Eldredge Matthew Savoie Michael Weiss
2002 Los Angeles Todd Eldredge Timothy Goebel Michael Weiss Matthew Savoie
2003 Dallas Michael Weiss Timothy Goebel Ryan Jahnke Scott Smith
2004 Atlanta Johnny Weir Michael Weiss Matthew Savoie Ryan Jahnke
2005 Portland Johnny Weir Timothy Goebel Evan Lysacek Matthew Savoie
2006 St. Louis Johnny Weir Evan Lysacek Matthew Savoie Michael Weiss
2007 Spokane Evan Lysacek Ryan Bradley Johnny Weir Jeremy Abbott
2008 St. Paul Evan Lysacek Johnny Weir Stephen Carriere Jeremy Abbott
2009 Cleveland Jeremy Abbott Brandon Mroz Evan Lysacek Ryan Bradley
2010 Spokane Jeremy Abbott Evan Lysacek Johnny Weir Ryan Bradley
2011 Greensboro
2012 San Jose

[edit]Ladies

Ladies Medalists
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze Pewter
1914 New Haven Theresa Weld Edith Rotch Raynham Townshend
1915-
1917
No Competition Held
1918 New York City Rosemary Beresford Theresa Weld
1919 No Competition Held
1920 New York City Theresa Weld Martha Brown Lilian Cramer
1921 Philadelphia Theresa Weld Blanchard Lilian Cramer
1922 Boston Theresa Weld Blanchard Beatrix Loughran
1923 New Haven Theresa Weld Blanchard Beatrix Loughran Lilian Cramer
1924 Philadelphia Theresa Weld Blanchard Rosalie Knapp
1925 New York City Beatrix Loughran Theresa Weld Blanchard Rosalie Knapp
1926 Boston Beatrix Loughran Theresa Weld Blanchard Maribel Vinson
1927 New York City Beatrix Loughran Maribel Vinson Theresa Weld Blanchard
1928 New Haven Maribel Vinson Suzanne Davis
1929 New York City Maribel Vinson Edith Secord Suzanne Davis
1930 Providence Maribel Vinson Edith Secord Suzanne Davis
1931 Boston Maribel Vinson