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Trophee Eric Bompard: Final Results

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Trophee Eric Bompard concluded today and Grand Prix Final qualifiers were finalized.  See those in a future post.  For now, look at the competition results...


In pairs, the German teams impressed, going one and three.  And Russia's Bazarova and Larionov had some troubles today but were able to hang on for second.

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Aliona SAVCHENKO / Robin SZOLKOWY
GER
197.88 1 1
2 Vera BAZAROVA / Yuri LARIONOV
RUS
183.00 2 2
3 Maylin HAUSCH / Daniel WENDE
GER
157.42 3 3
4 Mylene BRODEUR / John MATTATALL
CAN
145.31 4 4
5 Felicia ZHANG / Taylor TOTH
USA
127.48 5 5
6 Klara KADLECOVA / Petr BIDAR
CZE
112.08 7 6
7 Anna KHNYCHENKOVA / Mark MAGYAR
HUN
110.13 6 7
 

In Mens, Japan's Takahiko Kozuka won the event handily, but the true crowd favorite was the very impressive Florent Amodio of France.  What a great Grand Prix this has been for him.  And USA's Brandon Mroz snagged his second Grand Prix medal.

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Takahiko KOZUKA
JPN
248.07 1 1
2 Florent AMODIO
FRA
229.38 2 2
3 Brandon MROZ
USA
214.31 3 3
4 Kevin REYNOLDS
CAN
200.13 7 4
5 Chafik BESSEGHIER
FRA
185.69 4 7
6 Nan SONG
CHN
181.53 8 5
7 Peter LIEBERS
GER
177.54 6 8
8 Anton KOVALEVSKI
UKR
173.92 9 6
9 Zoltan KELEMEN
ROU
161.70 10 9
WD Brian JOUBERT
FRA
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In Ice Dancing, France's Pechalat and Bourzat easily won the event.  Americans Chock and Zuerlein won their second bronze of the Grand Prix.

FPl. Name Nation Points SD FD
1 Nathalie PECHALAT / Fabian BOURZAT
FRA
161.82 1 1
2 Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Ilia TKACHENKO
RUS
146.79 2 2
3 Madison CHOCK / Greg ZUERLEIN
USA
138.48 3 3
4 Pernelle CARRON / Lloyd JONES
FRA
126.94 4 4
5 Xintong HUANG / Xun ZHENG
CHN
123.10 7 5
6 Kharis RALPH / Asher HILL
CAN
121.39 6 6
7 Isabella CANNUSCIO / Ian LORELLO
USA
116.60 5 7
8 Dora TUROCZI / Balazs MAJOR
HUN
104.03 8 8

 

In the ladies event, American Mirai Nagasu won the free skate but it was only good enough for a silver medal.  To be honest, it was not a great effort even though it won the free.  She had two underrotated triples, two edge calls, and completely abandoned a spin.  I am more worried about those edge calls and underrotations than I would have been about a random fall.  I have to check the news to see if there is a story behind that spin issue other than a lack of focus. She was adorable when she found out she'd medaled, though.  I love how happy she was. Kiira Korpi sold her program better than Nagasu did, and won the gold despite some errors.  Her enthusiasm at winning was also quite adorable and contagious.  Alissa Czisny held on for bronze despite a flawed program as well. 

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Kiira KORPI
FIN
169.74 1 2
2 Mirai NAGASU
USA
167.79 2 1
3 Alissa CZISNY
USA
159.80 4 4
4 Cynthia PHANEUF
CAN
155.11 6 3
5 Mao ASADA
JPN
148.02 7 5
6 Haruka IMAI
JPN
145.47 3 9
7 Sonia LAFUENTE
ESP
143.60 8 6
8 Fumie SUGURI
JPN
138.18 5 8
9 Mae Berenice MEITE
FRA
137.08 11 7
10 Sarah HECKEN
GER
130.17 9 10
11 Candice DIDIER
FRA
120.80 10 12
12 Lena MARROCCO
FRA
113.31 12 11