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Figure Skating - 31. August 2008.

FIRST ICENETWORK.COM “WORLD FIGURE SKATER RANKINGS” FOR 2008-09 SEASON RELEASED


- Reigning World champions top ladies, pairs categories -

 

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Aug. 28, 2008) U.S. Figure Skating and icenetwork.com have announced the initial “World Figure Skater Rankings” for the 2008-09 season. The rankings, found on icenetwork.com and updated weekly, rank the top 20 figure skaters in the world in ladies, men’s, pairs and ice dancing.

 

A skater or team’s ranking is determined by the total points accumulated since the 2006-07 season. This points-based system takes into account both national and international competitions. Skaters not competing in the 2008-09 season will not be considered for the rankings. More information about the criteria can be found on icenetwork.com. The icenetwork.com World Figure Skater Rankings will be updated on icenetwork.com each Monday.

 

Rankings as of Thursday, Aug. 28:

 

Ladies                                                                                   

Rank

Name

Country

Points

1

Mao Asada

Japan

360.64

2

Yu-Na Kim

Korea

309.60

3

Carolina Kostner

Italy

259.71

4

Kimmie Meissner

USA

165.15

5

Joannie Rochette

Canada

160.68

6

Sarah Meier

Switzerland

155.77

7

Miki Ando

Japan

152.66

8

Yukari Nakano

Japan

137.64

9

Caroline Zhang

USA

127.86

10

Laura Lepisto

Finland

93.37

11

Mirai Nagasu

USA

92.40

12

Rachael Flatt

USA

82.86

13

Julia Sebestyen

Hungary

81.98

14

Kiira Korpi

Finland

74.93

15

Ashley Wagner

USA

73.97

16

Fumie Suguri

Japan

72.91

17

Mira Leung

Canada

69.05

18

Bebe Liang

USA

62.02

19

Emily Hughes

USA

59.40

20

Susanna Poykio

Finland

55.01

 

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