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1976 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

Figure skating competition

1976 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Type:ISU Championship
Date:March 10 – 13, 1976
Season:1976
Location:Megève, France
Champions
Men's singles:
Mark Cockerell
Ladies' singles:
Suzie Brasher
Pair skating:
Sherri Baier / Robin Cowan
Ice dance:
Kathryn Winter / Nicholas Slater
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1977 World Junior Championships

The 1976 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were on March 10–13, 1976 in Megève, France. Sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which younger figure skaters compete for the title of World Junior Champion. It was the first World Junior Figure Skating Championships to be held.

1976 World Junior Figure Skating Championships Intro articles: 5

Results

Men

Rank Name[1][2][3] Nation CF SP FS SP+FS Points Places
1 Mark Cockerell  United States 4 3 1 1 172.42 11
2 Takashi Mura  Japan 9 2 2 2 165.70 24
3 Brian Pockar  Canada 1 1 5 3 166.62 23
4 Norbert Schramm  West Germany 7 4 3 4 159.80 40
5 Andrew Bestwick  United Kingdom 13 5 4 5 158.10 48
6 Stephan Bril  West Germany 5 7 7 7 155.72 57
7 Patrice Macrez  France 12 6 6 6 151.76 71
8 Pierre Lamine  France 6 10 8 8 150.50 79
9 Shinji Someya  Japan 3 12 10 10 150.34 74.5
10 Jozef Sabovčík  Czechoslovakia 11 9 9 9 148.88 87
11 Daniel Fuerer   Switzerland 2 8 15 13 146.18 92.5
12 Gerald Schranz  Austria 10 11 11 11 143.04 102
13 Helmut Kristofics-Binder  Austria 8 16 14 15 137.32 123
14 Michael Pasfield  Australia 17 13 12 12 136.60 119
15 Francis Demarteau  Belgium 18 14 13 14 131.02 140
16 Adrian Vasile  Romania 15 15 17 16 127.74 143
17 Miljan Begović  Yugoslavia 16 18 16 17 127.30 143
18 Jeremy Dowson  South Africa 19 17 18 18 114.98 166
19 Marc Franquet  Belgium 14 19 19 19 114.38 167

Ladies

Rank Name[1][4][3] Nation CF SP FS SP+FS Points Places
1 Suzie Brasher  United States 1 2 1 1 174.22 11
2 Garnet Ostermeier  West Germany 3 1 2 2 169.80 16
3 Tracy Solomons  United Kingdom 2 4 4 4 162.82 31
4 Christa Jorda  Austria 4 7 3 3 160.94 35
5 Shinobu Watanabe  Japan 7 3 6 5 156.68 47
6 Choo Young-soon  South Korea 5 5 8 8 151.66 60
7 Sanda Dubravčić  Yugoslavia 12 8 5 5 151.08 63
8 Renata Baierová  Czechoslovakia 11 6 7 7 148.08 70
9 Christine Eicher   Switzerland 6 9 10 10 147.46 72
10 Vicki Holland  Australia 15 11 9 9 135.20 94
11 Genevieve Schoumaker  Belgium 13 13 12 11 128.44 106
12 Sylvia Doulat  France 9 10 14 14 125.78 112
13 Irina Nichifolov  Romania 14 12 11 12 125.12 113
14 Herma van der Horst  Netherlands 10 14 13 13 127.26 115
15 Evelina Panova  Bulgaria 16 15 15 15 112.58 135

Pairs

Rank Name[1][5][3] Nation SP FS Points Places
1 Sherri Baier / Robin Cowan  Canada 1 1 128.39 9
2 Lorene Mitchell / Donald Mitchell  United States 2 2 124.94 16
3 Elizabeth Cain / Peter Cain  Australia 4 3 116.67 33
4 Jana Bláhová / Luděk Feňo  Czechoslovakia 5 4 113,74 36
5 Sabine Fuchs / Xavier Videau  France 3 5 114.12 39
6 Karen Wood / Stephen Baker  United Kingdom 7 6 100.33 55
7 Catherine Brunet / Philippe Brunet  France 6 7 94.27 62

Ice dance

Rank Name[1][6][3] Nation CD FD Points Places
1 Kathryn Winter / Nicholas Slater  United Kingdom 1 1 176.22 9
2 Denise Best / David Dagnell  United Kingdom 2 3 167.50 18
3 Martine Olivier / Yves Tarayre  France 4 2 162.96 31
4 Anne-Sophie Druet / Laurent Mazarguil  France 3 4 161.20 32
5 Claudia Koch / Roland Schranz  Austria 5 5 154.28 47
6 Manuela Masserenz / Roberto Pelizzola  Italy 6 6 149.42 52
7 Rossella Rossio / Carlo Pavesi  Italy 7 7 141.86 63
8 Sabine Köppe / Ernst Köppe  Austria 8 8 131.34 72

References

  1. ^ a b c d "World Junior Championships 1976. Megéve, France". skating.bplaced.net.
  2. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Men" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 December 2013.
  3. ^ a b c d "ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships" (PDF). Skate Canada. Archived (PDF) from the original on 11 May 2016.
  4. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Ladies" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 December 2013.
  5. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Pairs" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 November 2013.
  6. ^ "World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Ice Dance" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 October 2013.