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2009 Finnish Figure Skating Championships

2009 Finnish Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championships
Date: 19 December – 21 December
Season: 2008-2009
Location: Helsinki
Venue: Helsingin jäähalli
Champions
Men's singles:
Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari
Ladies' singles:
Kiira Korpi
Ice dancing:
Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki
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The 2009 Finnish Figure Skating Championships (Finnish: SM2009, yksinluistelu ja jäätanssi) were the Finnish Figure Skating Championships of the 2008-2009 figure skating season. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, and ice dancing on the senior and junior levels for the title of national champion of Finland. The results of the national championships were one of the criteria used to choose the Finnish teams to the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships, the 2009 European Figure Skating Championships, and the 2009 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

The 2009 Championships took place between 19 December and 21 December 2008 in the Helsingin jäähalli in Helsinki.

Competition notes

  • The junior compulsory dance was the Paso Doble and the senior compulsory dance was the Finnstep.

Senior-Level results

Senior Men

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari TTK 190.20 1 1
2 Valtter Virtanen HSK 152.21 2 2
3 Lasse Sääkslahti JYTLS 104.27 3 3
4 Matias Piispanen TTK 91.28 4 4

Senior Ladies

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Kiira Korpi TAPPA 167.13 3 1
2 Laura Lepistö ESJT 150.34 1 2
3 Susanna Pöykiö OLK 147.80 2 3
4 Minna Parviainen ETK 118.09 4 4
5 Henriikka Hietaniemi MTK 112.90 5 5
6 Helena Stenbacka ETK 103.00 6 6
7 Heidi Toivanen KULS 89.57 7 7

Senior Ice Dancing

Rank Name Nation Points CD OD FD
1 Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki HSK 140.80 1 1 1
2 Henna Lindholm / Ossi Kanervo HSK 108.00 2 2 2

Junior-Level Results

Junior Men

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Bela Papp HL 148.00 1 1
2 Matthias Versluis ESJT 130.37 5 2
3 Otto-Eemeli Laamanen TTK 122.69 2 6
4 Viktor Zubik HSK 117.64 6 4
5 Samuli Tyyskä TTK 115.98 4 5
6 Filip Nordman HSK 115.66 3 7
7 Julian Lagus TTK 115.25 7 3
8 Joonas Halonen TTK 87.71 8 8

Junior Ladies

Rank Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Alisa Mikonsaari LL 111.08 3 1
2 Noora Pitkänen LRTL 105.09 5 3
3 Sofia Otala TTK 103.49 12 2
4 Laima Krasnitskaja KULS 102.60 1 9
5 Meri Savolainen KOOVE 101.96 10 4
6 Sofia Ahanen ESJT 101.50 11 5
7 Riina Varjokari HL 101.28 9 6
8 Cecilia Törn TTK 101.09 6 8
9 Matleena Laakso PORIT 100.86 4 10
10 Sissi Keränen ESJT 100.53 2 13
11 Ines Karvinen ESJT 96.83 7 15
12 Lotta Jarkko TRT 96.47 8 16
13 Iida Aho HL 96.02 16 7
14 Reetta Romppanen LTL 93.85 17 11
15 Jenni Autio JTL 92.10 13 20
16 Janna-Juulia Vuorela HTL 92.08 14 18
17 Aino Poikonen JYTLS 90.97 19 14
18 Mala Shrestha HSK 89.76 21 12
19 Oona Lindahl ETK 89.42 18 19
20 Sera Väistö JOKA 87.93 20 17
WD Petra Arponen TTK

Junior Ice Dancing

Rank Name Nation Points CD OD FD
1 Olesia Karmi / Eero Kivinen HSK 107.72 1 1 1
2 Riikka Peura / Max Lindholm HSK 96.76 2 2 2

References

  • 2009 Finnish Championships results
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