Bona Sort! A Glance at Riedell’s Grand Prix Finalists
“Bona sort” is Catalan for “good luck.” Catalan is one of two official languages in Barcelona, Spain, home to the 2014-15 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. The other is—you guessed it—Spanish.
Thirteen competitions and endless talent have filled the past few months with an action-packed Junior Grand Prix and Grand Prix series. Beginning with the first Junior Grand Prix competition in Courchevel, France and ending with the last Grand Prix competition in Osaka, Japan, skaters have been dazzling fans and judges alike for a spot at the Grand Prix Finals in Barcelona this weekend.
The results are finally in! Tens of skaters are in Barcelona now as the 2014-15 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final begins. We’re proud to announce that Riedell is represented by some incredible talent!
Grand Prix Final*
- Elena Radionova
- Skate America, 1st
- Trophée Éric Bompard, 1st
- Paul Poirier partnered with Piper Gilles
- Skate Canada, 2nd
- Trophée Éric Bompard, 2nd
Junior Grand Prix Final
- Garrett MacKeen & Mackenzie Bent
- Czech Skate, 1st
- Tallinn Cup, 2nd
- Chelsea Liu partnered with Brian Johnson
- Pokal der Blauen Schwerter (Cup of Blue Swords), 3rd
- Croatia Cup, 4th
*Senior pairs skaters Brandon Frazier and Haven Denney, who finished 2nd at Skate America and 4th at the Rostelecom Cup, are on hand as substitutes.
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Bona Sort, Team Riedell!