Juniors Aging Out after the 2022/23 season

Singles skaters and Pairs and Ice dance women can only compete in Junior until the age of 19. Pairs and Ice Dance men can only compete in Junior until age 21. These lists feature all the skaters and teams whose birth date is listed in an ISU bio which will have exceeded the age limit before July 1, 2023. (There are likely to be more skaters who are aging out but who don’t currently have an ISU bio and therefore their birthday is too hard to find.)


Women

SkaterCountry
Dorotea LeitgebAustria
Jade HovineBelgium
Catherine CarleCanada
Lia PereiraCanada
Dominika MotlochovaCzech Republic
Ellen SlavickovaCzech Republic
Mia Juel JensenDenmark
Clemence MayinduFrance
Molly RobothamGreat Britain
Alina UrushadzeGeorgia
Alexandra MintsidouGreece
Cheuk Ka Kahlen CheungHong Kong
Kelly Elizabeth SupangatIndonesia
Savika Refa ZahiraIndonesia
Parrii SrohiIndia
Adare CondonIreland
Dracy CondonIreland
Robyn FosterIreland
Viktoriia IushchenkovaIsrael
Giorgia De NadaiItaly
Rion SumiyoshiJapan
Andrea Astrain MaynezMexico
Tessel ClercxNetherlands
Isabella SmitNetherlands
Kaia KlevenNorway
Laura SzczesnaPoland
Ana Sofia BescheaRomania
Ana CmerSlovenia
Manca KrmeljSlovenia
Ivona KleutSerbia
Sofia FranziSwitzerland
Ema DoboszovaSlovakia
Julia BrovallSweden
Emelie NordovistSweden
Ceren KarasTurkey
Fatma Yade KarlikliTurkey
Anastasiia ArkhipovaUkraine
Jessica LinUSA
Niginabonu JamoliddinovaUzbekistan


Men

SkaterCountry
Filip KaymakchievBulgaria
Makar SuntsevFinland
Ian VauclinFrance
Connor BrayGreat Britain
Freddie LeggottGreat Britain
Tim EnglandGermany
Heung Lai ZhaoHong Kong
Mozes Jozsef BereiHungary
Priyam TatedIndia
Dillon JudgeIreland
Nikolaj MemolaItaly
Takeru Amine KataiseJapan
Haruya SasakiJapan
Nozomu YoshiokaJapan
Rakhat BralinKazakhstan
Dias JirenbayevKazakhstan
Mikhail ShaidorovKazakhstan
Younghyun ChaSouth Korea
Seldin SaliuNorth Macedonia
Douglas GerberNew Zealand
Christian-Stephan NainerRomania
Sinali SangoSouth Africa
Andrei AnisimovRussia
Gleb LutfullinRussia
Egor RukhinRussia
Ilya YablokovRussia
Pagiel Yie Ken SngSingapore
Taigo Thomas SakaiSwitzerland
Jonathan EgyptsonSweden
Andreas NordebackSweden
Erik PellnorSweden
Fang-Yi LinChinese Taipei
Alp Tore OvaliogluTurkey
Alp Eren OzkanTurkey
Liam KapeikisUSA
Maxim ZharkovUSA
Azizmurod ShabazovUzbekistan
Phuc Hoang PhanVietnam

Pairs

TeamCountry
Anastasia Golubeva / Hektor Giotopoulos-MooreAustralia
Giorgia Ghedini / Luc MaierhoferAustria
Chloe Panetta / Kieran ThrasherCanada
Ashlyn Schmitz / Tristian TaylorCanada
Oxana Vouillamoz / Flavien GiniauxFrance
Karina Safina / Luka BerulavaGeorgia
Aliyah Ackermann / Tobija Harms Germany
Katalin Janne Salatzki / Lukas RoeselerGermany
Haruna Murakami / Sumitada MoriguchiJapan
Giulia Papa / Grigory KornienkoNetherlands
Sophia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev USA
Lilianna Murray / Jordan GilletteUSA

Pairs teams Sophia Baram / Daniel Tioumentsev (USA), Haruna Murakami / Sumitada Moriguchi (JPN), and Aliyah Ackermann / Tobija Harms (GER) are currently ineligible to compete either Junior or Senior, as the women are too young for Senior competition but the men are too old for Juniors. The USA and Japan teams would currently have to sit out three seasons, while the German team would have to sit out two. There are rumours of teams such as these that paired up prior to the age increase of being able to compete Junior longer/move up to Senior earlier. We will update upon any verified rule changes or exceptions.


Ice Dance

TeamCountry
Nadiia Bashynska / Peter BeaumontCanada
Sandrine Gauthier / Quentin ThierenCanada
Lila-Maya Seclet-Monchot / Martin ChardainFrance
Phebe Bekker / James HernandezGreat Britain
Karla Maria Karl / Kai HoferichterGermany
Petra Csikos / Patrik CsikosHungary
Giorgia Galimberti / Matteo Libasse MandelliItaly
Hannah Lim / Ye QuanSouth Korea
Sofia Leonteva / Daniil GorelkinRussia
Elizaveta Shichina / Gordey KhubulovRussia
Anna Simova / Kirill AksenovSlovakia
Zoe Larson / Andrii KapranUkraine

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