New Nordic winners in Advanced Novice Boys and Girls and in Junior Men

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The second day of the competition was rounded with the prize givings in the Advanced Novice Boys, Advanced Novice Girls and Junior Men. The Mayor of Hørsholm, Mr. Morten Slotved, handed over the medals accompanied by the President of the Danish Figure Skating Union, Mrs. Camilla Lyngsø.

Advanced Novice Boys

Matias Heinonen from Finland claimed the first place in the Free Skate with a good and difficult program, and took the gold medal with 100,99 points. In second place from Finland with 86,10 points was Anton Erkama, as Daniil Valanow from Norway took the bronze with 82,78 points. 

Anton Erkama, FIN

Matias Heinonen, FIN

Daniil Valanow, NOR

Advanced Novice Girls

In the Advanced Novice Girls competition all the girls changed position after the Free Skate, and it was Lotta Artimo, Finland, who was in  fifth place after the short program, who claimed the gold today. Lotta earned a total of 106,88 points with a program with a lot of tripple jumps and good speed over the ice. Also from Finland, Amanda Eskelin, took the silver with a total of 104,12 points while Norways Pernille With was third with a total of 97,91 points.


Amanda Eskelin, FIN

Lotta Artimo, FIN

Pernille With, NOR

Junior Men

Top three in the Junior Mens competition was very strong junior skaters. The winner Andreas Nordebäck, Sweeden, again performed a very convincing program packed with difficult jumps and beautifull spins. He has overall good performance skills and his 130,04 points in the Free Skate was well deserved. The total score was 195,87 point. In second place came Casper Johansson, Sweeden, with 182,48 points and on third place from Finland, Matias Lindfors with 161,38 points.

Caspar Johansson, SWE

Andreas Nordebäck, SWE

Matias Lindfors, FIN

Photo Credit: Steen Nielsen

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