Welcome back to our channel. My name is Evgeniya and we keep watching figure skating! The second day of the Junior Grand Prix has ended. If you missed the first day of the competition, watch our previous video and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to be up to date with upcoming events. And in this video, you will learn about the first winners of Junior Grand Prix. But let’s start with Ice-dancing. Today the beautiful couples represented their programs. According to the results of the Rhythm Dance Avonley Nguyen and Vadym Kolesnik from USA are on the first place with 66.17 points. The second place are Diana Davis and Gleb Smolkin from Russia with 62.12 points. And Miku Makita and Tyler Gunara from Canada are on the third place with 61.32 points. Tomorrow skaters will fight for desired points, which allow them to pass to the Grand Prix Final. Today the ladies represented their short programs. According to the results of the short program program Alysa Liu from USA is on the first place, with 69.30 points. The second place is Seoyeon Ji from Korea with 67.23 points and the third place is Yeonjeong Park from Korea with 64.35 points. So, here are the first winners The first place in the second event of Junior Grand Prix is Shun Sato from Japan with 217.12 points. The second place is Stephen Gogolev from Canada with 203.70 points and Gleb Luyfullin from Russia is the third place with 203.50 points. In order to pass to the Junior Grand Prix Final, the participants must get as many points as they can. So, only six highest-ranking skaters will pass to the finals. So, in this table you can see how many points following skaters have Tomorrow we will find out all winners of the second event of Junior Grand Prix. Write in the comments if you agree or disagree with the results. Stay tuned, and see you in the next video. Bye, bye.

WHO HAS GOT THE FIRST MEDALS? | ISU Junior Grand Prix 2019/20 in Lake Placid (USA)
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  • August 31, 2019 at 7:10 am
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    WHO WILL* GET*

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