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CS Lombardia Trophy 2018


Local (UTC+2)

Thursday 13th
Ladies SP:
13:50-17:00
Pairs SP: 17:10-18:20
Mens SP: 18:30-20:30

Friday 14th
Dance RD:
13:50-15:30
Pairs FS: 15:50-17:10
Ladies FS: 17:30-21:15

Saturday 15th
Mens FS: 
13:00-15:40
Dance FD: 16:00-18:10

EST (UTC-4)

Thursday 13th
Ladies SP:
 07:50-11:00
Pairs SP: 11:10-12:20
Mens SP: 12:30-14:30

Friday 14th
Dance RD:
07:50-09:30
Pairs FS: 09:50-11:10
Ladies FS: 11:30-15:15

Saturday 15th
Mens FS:
07:00-09:40
Dance FD: 10:00-12:10

JST (UTC+9)

Thursday 13th(/14th)
Ladies SP:
20:50-00:00
Pairs SP: 00:10-01:20
Mens SP: 01:30-03:30

Friday 14th(/15th)
Dance RD:
20:50-22:30
Pairs FS: 22:50-00:10
Ladies FS: 00:30-04:15

Saturday 15th(/16th)
Mens FS:
20:00-22:40
Dance FD: 23:00-01:10

Live Stream

The competition will be officially livestreamed on IdealWebTV 
 

Results & Protocols

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Competition Preview

The Lombardia Trophy is an annual competition taking place in Bergamo, Italy, and it has been part of the ISU Challenger Series for the past three seasons. Here is an outline of notable skaters taking part in the competition. You can find the full list of entries above.

Pairs

Last year’s gold medalists Natalia Zabiiako/Alexander Enbert (RUS) will try to defend their gold. They are the reigning European bronze medalists and Olympic team silver medalists. Nicole Della Monica/Matteo Guarise (ITA), who were 5th at Worlds, will literally be on home ice, as they train in Bergamo. We also have Aleksandra Boikova/Dmitrii Kozlovskii (RUS), the 2017 World Junior silver medalists who are competing in their second Senior season.

Men

Last year’s gold medalist Shoma Uno (JPN) is hoping to repeat his victory. Shoma achieved his personal best score at this competition last year so it could be a lucky charm! His countryman Kazuki Tomono had an exciting Senior debut last season that ended with a 5th place finish at Worlds, so we’re interested to see how this season will treat him. Matteo Rizzo (ITA) will compete here for the second year in a row and in front of a home crowd. He is fully transitioning from Juniors to Seniors after competing in both last season, leading to a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships and a 17th place finish at the Senior equivalent. Dmitri Aliev (RUS), silver medalist at the European Championships last season, is also one to watch out for with his quad Lutz.

Ice Dance

Reigning Lombardia Trophy gold medalists Charlene Guignard/Marco Fabbri (ITA) will try again for gold. Rachel Parsons/Michael Parsons (USA) already jump started their season by competing both at Lake Placid and at Asian Open Trophy, winning silver at both, and hoping to get their first Senior gold medal here. We also have Sara Hurtado/Kirill Khaliavin (ESP). Sara was the first ice dancer to represent Spain at the Olympics, which she did with her old partner in 2014.

We look forward to an exciting competition this weekend, and with the world records having been reset ahead of the season we’re likely to see some brand new ones too!

Ladies

We'll see Elizaveta Tuktamysheva (RUS), the 2015 World champion most well known for her stunning triple Axel. She is hoping to bounce back after a disappointing 2017-2018 season where she finished 7th at Russian Nationals and didn’t make the Olympic or World teams. Kaori Sakamoto (JPN), who made her Senior debut last season and became the reigning Four Continents champion will be competing. Mako Yamashita (JPN) is making her Senior debut this season as the reigning World Junior bronze medalist. She has already started her season, placing third at Asian Open Trophy. We will also see crowd favorite Ivett Tóth (HUN), known for her upbeat and unconventional music choices, with her new Bruno Mars Short Program.

Recap

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Earlier Event: September 11
Minisode 1 - Q&A
Later Event: September 13
JGP Canada 2018