Budapest Trophy 2020 – Preview

The second Challenger event is Budapest Trophy, which takes place in Budapest, Hungary from the 15th-17th October.

Here’s a rundown of who you can expect to see competing at this event and some information about them.


Skater Country Notable Results 19/20 Nationals Program Information Notable Jumps World Standing
Maurizio Zandron Austria 8th Denkova-Staviski Cup - 1st (212.37) 1st SP: Earth Song / FP: Alice in Wonderland (soundtrack) 3Lo+1Eu+3S 51st
Larry Loupolover Bulgaria Sofia Trophy - 1st (222.27) 1st 4Lz 69th
Jari Kessler Croatia Croation Championships - 1st (162.49) 1st 2A+3T 111th
Aleksandr Selevko Estonia Golden Spin - 5th (221.94) 1st SP: Bout It (Instrumental) / FP: Notre Dame de Paris (soundtrack) 3A+3T / 4T 30th
Mate Borocz Hungary International Halloween Cup - 13th (135.84) 2nd SP: Pray / FP: Breath/Spectra 3A+2T
Andras Csernoch Hungary International Halloween Cup - 6th (167.97) 1st 3F+3T
Alexander Maszljanko Hungary International Halloween Cup - 9th (155.59) SP: I'm Going Slightly Mad / FP: Sentimientos 3Lz+2T 110th
Daniel Grassl Italy Europeans - 4th (244.88) 1st SP: Dig Down / FP: Joker 4Lz / 4Lo 7th
Marco Klepoch Slovakia 13th Santa Claus Cup - 7th (141.81) 2nd 3S+2T+2Lo
Burak Demirboga Turkey International Halloween Cup - 3rd (205.52) 1st SP: They Live In You (The Lion King) / FP: Who Wants To Live Forever 3F+1Eu+3S / 3A 58th
Basar Oktar Turkey Bosporus Cup - 2nd (209.54) 1st (J) SP: Cry Me A River / FP: Notre Dame de Paris (soundtrack) 3Lz+3T / 3A 54th
Ivan Shmuratko Ukraine JGP Egna - 3rd (221.44, J) 1st SP: Une Vie d'Amour / FP: Cornerstone 3A+3T 42nd


Skater Country Notable Results 19/20 Nationals Program Information Notable Jumps World Standing
Natalie Klotz Austria Sofia Trophy - 9th (129.64) SP: Europa/Havana / FP: The River Queen 3Lo+2T
Loena Hendrickx Belgium FP: Fever 3Lz+3T 74th
Alexandra Feigin Bulgaria Sofia Trophy - 1st (195.02) 1st SP: Schindler's List/Horizons / FP: Grand Hotel Budapest (soundtrack)/Passagers 3Lz+3T 28th
Hana Cvijanovic Croata 8th Denkova-Staviski Cup - 5th (118.90, J) 1st 3S+2T
Marilena Kitromilis Cyprus 2019 US Challenge Skate - 5th (127.13, N) SP: A Passage of Life/Thumbs Up / FP: Song for the Little Sparrow/Je me Souviens/Emporte Moi 3Lz+2T
Emilea Zingas Cyprus Midwestern Sectional Championships 2020 - 6th (145.47) SP: Rhumba / FP: Billie Eilish medley 3Lz+3T
Eva-Lotta Kiibus Estonia Europeans - 7th (181.24) 1st SP: Sign of the Times / FP: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Rachmaninov) 3T+1Eu+3S 24th
Kristina Shkuleta-Gromova Estonia Warsaw Cup - 20th (128.40) 5th SP: The Show Must Go On / FP: Still Loving You 3Lz+2T 167th
Julia Lang Hungary Challenge Cup - 6th (159.66) SP: And The Waltz Goes On / FP: Kinscem (soundtrack) 2A+3T+2T 66th
Regina Schermann Hungary International Halloween Cup - 1st (142.99, J) 1st (J), 2nd (S) 3Lo+1Eu+3S 213th
Ivett Toth Hungary Nepela Memorial - 8th (155.79) 1st 3T+1Eu+3S< 49th
Antonina Dubinina Serbia Bosporus Cup - 4th (139.25) 1st SP: A Moment Like This / FP: My Life Is Tango 3F+2T 88th
Dasa Grm Slovenia Dragon Trophy - 3rd (162.29) 1st 3T+3T 51st
Guzide Irmak Bayir Turkey Bosporus Cup - 3rd (146.50) 1st (J) SP: Game of Thrones (soundtrack) / FP: I Was Here 3T+3T 151st
Sinem Pekder Turkey Sofia Trophy - 5th (139.50) 3rd SP: Say Goodbye / FP: La Califfa 3F+2T 101st

Ice Dance

Team Country Notable Results 19/20 Nationals Program Information World Standing
Katharina Mueller / Tim Dieck Germany Egna Dance Trophy - 4th (173.68) 1st RD: Steeping Out With My Baby/The Way You Look Tonight/Puttin' On The Ritz / FD: Coco Chanel (soundtrack)/This Is A Man's World 28th
Sasha Fear / George Waddell Great Britain Pavel Roman Memorial - 1st (148.99, J) 2nd (J) RD: Singin In The Rain / FD: George Gershwin medley 71st
Alexandra Nazarova / Maxim Nikitin Ukraine Bosporus Cup - 2nd (189.23) 1st RD: 42nd Street / FD: Rene Aubry medley 23rd

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