2023/24 Junior Grand Prix Finalists

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With the conclusion of the Junior Grand Prix Series in Armenia, the math has been mathed and we now know who will be competing in the Final in Beijing, China in December.

Junior Pairs

PointsSkatersCountry
30Anastasia Metelkina / Luka BerulavaGeorgia
26Martina Ariano Kent / Charly Laliberté-LaurentCanada
26Violetta Sierova / Ivan KhobtaUkraine
26Olivia Flores / Luke WangUSA
24Ava Rae Kemp / Yohnatan ElizarovCanada
22Jazmine Desrochers / Kieran ThrasherCanada
Alternates
16Louise Ehrhard / Mathis PellegrisFrance
15Wenning Shi / Zhiyu WangChina
13Yixi Yang / Shunyang DengChina

Junior Women

PointsSkatersCountry
30Mao ShimadaJapan
30Jia ShinSouth Korea
30Ami NakaiJapan
28Rena UezonoJapan
26Yuseong KimSouth Korea
24Minsol KwonSouth Korea
Alternates
22Yo TakagiJapan
22Elyce Lin-GraceyUSA
18Seojin YounSouth Korea

Junior Ice Dance

PointsSkatersCountry
30Leah Neset / Artem MarkelovUSA
30Darya Grimm / Michail SavitskiyGermany
28Elizabeth Tkachenko / Alexei KiliakovIsrael
28Mariia Pinchuk / Mykyta PogorielovUkraine
26Yahli Pedersen / Jeffrey ChenUSA
24Celina Fradji / Jean-Hans FourneauxFrance
Alternates
24Elliana Peal / Ethan PealUSA
20Iryna Pidgaina / Artem KovalUkraine
20Sara Kishimoto / Atsuhiko TamuraJapan

Junior Men

PointsSkatersCountry
28Rio NakataJapan
28Juheon LimSouth Korea
28François PitotFrance
28Hyungyeom KimSouth Korea
26Daniel MartynovUSA
24Adam HagaraSlovakia
Alternates
24Beck StrommerUSA
22Minkyu SeoSouth Korea
22Daiya EbiharaJapan

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