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Four Continents Championships Final Results

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Four Continents Championships concluded over the weekend in Colorado Springs. Here's how it ended...


Ladies

Ashley Wagner looked like she was ready to win this in the short program, even though she was placed second. And she came out and did win it, and this is a great confidence boost for her heading into worlds. And she's not the only feel-good story. Caroline Zhang is one of the last people I would have predicted to medal here a few months ago. And she go the bronze.


FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Ashley WAGNER
USA
192.41 2 1
2 Mao ASADA
JPN
188.62 1 2
3 Caroline ZHANG
USA
176.18 4 3
4 Kanako MURAKAMI
JPN
169.32 3 5
5 Kexin ZHANG
CHN
162.59 5 4
6 Agnes ZAWADZKI
USA
157.23 6 6
7 Amelie LACOSTE
CAN
147.65 7 8
8 Cynthia PHANEUF
CAN
147.47 8 7
9 Haruka IMAI
JPN
134.49 11 9
10 Min-Jeong KWAK
KOR
130.52 9 10
11 Bingwa GENG
CHN
127.89 10 11
12 Victoria MUNIZ
PUR
117.83 12 13
13 Alexandra NAJARRO
CAN
117.11 14 12
14 Melinda WANG
TPE
103.69 18 15
15 Sandra KHOPON
THA
103.15 17 16
16 Qiuying ZHU
CHN
102.77 16 17
17 Chantelle KERRY
AUS
102.49 20 14
18 Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK
THA
97.19 13 22
19 Yea-Ji YUN
KOR
96.85 19 19
20 Melanie SWANG
THA
96.16 22 18
21 Chae-Yeon SUHR
KOR
94.95 15 23
22 Lejeanne MARAIS
RSA
94.34 21 21
23 Crystal KIANG
TPE
93.79 23 20
24 Zhaira COSTINIANO
PHI
87.26 24 24
25 Reyna HAMUI
MEX
FNR 25
26 Chaochih LIU
TPE
FNR 26
27 Mericien VENZON
PHI
FNR 27
28 Brittany LAU
SIN
FNR 28
29 Zara PASFIELD
AUS
FNR 29
30 Jaimee NOBBS
AUS
FNR 30

Pairs

Sui and Han of China dominated for the first time in seniors this season. But, it was a great competition for the Americans, with Denney and Coughlin and Marley and Brubaker in second and third place, respectively.

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Wenjing SUI / Cong HAN
CHN
201.83 1 1
2 Caydee DENNEY / John COUGHLIN
USA
185.42 2 2
3 Mary Beth MARLEY / Rockne BRUBAKER
USA
178.89 3 3
4 Meagan DUHAMEL / Eric RADFORD
CAN
171.76 8 4
5 Narumi TAKAHASHI / Mervin TRAN
JPN
171.11 4 5
6 Amanda EVORA / Mark LADWIG
USA
167.99 5 6
7 Paige LAWRENCE / Rudi SWIEGERS
CAN
158.66 6 7
8 Jessica DUBE / Sebastien WOLFE
CAN
154.79 7 8
9 Yue ZHANG / Lei WANG
CHN
140.24 10 9
10 Huibo DONG / Yiming WU
CHN
137.91 9 10

Ice Dancing

Virtue and Moir's higher levels in the free dance helped them rack up a decisive victory over Davis and White. Davis and White are going to have to figure out how to up those levels if they want to compete with Virtue and Moir at worlds. Weaver and Poje handily won the battle for the bronze against Shibutani and Shibutani.

FPl. Name Nation Points SD FD
1 Tessa VIRTUE / Scott MOIR
CAN
182.84 2 1
2 Meryl DAVIS / Charlie WHITE
USA
179.40 1 2
3 Kaitlyn WEAVER / Andrew POJE
CAN
163.26 3 3
4 Maia SHIBUTANI / Alex SHIBUTANI
USA
158.29 4 4
5 Madison HUBBELL / Zachary DONOHUE
USA
129.20 5 5
6 Alexandra PAUL / Mitchell ISLAM
CAN
117.97 6 7
7 Xiaoyang YU / Chen WANG
CHN
115.05 7 6
8 Anna NAGORNYUK / Viktor KOVALENKO
UZB
107.61 9 8
9 Danielle OBRIEN / Gregory MERRIMAN
AUS
105.91 8 9
10 Corenne BRUHNS / Ryan VAN NATTEN
MEX
91.57 10 10
11 Cortney MANSOUR / Daryn ZHUNUSSOV
KAZ
78.66 11 11