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Click or double-click on a country or city of interest to see who represented SCNY on the medal stand. We have included photo galleries of the named skaters and, where possible, links to their medal-winning performances. A comprehensive, country-specific database of SCNY first, second, third and fourth place finishes is accessible by clicking on a country and the resulting panel's header.

Botswana

Bhutan

The Bahamas

Brazil

Bolivia

Brunei

Benin

Burundi

Bulgaria

Johnny Weir won Junior Worlds in Bulgaria in 2001. Adam Rippon won it twice, in 2008 and 2009, joined by the Shibutanis, who won silver in 2009 and pewter in 2010.

Adam Rippon's 2008 World Championship Junior Long Program

Johnny Weir's 2001 World Championship Junior Long Program

Burkina Faso

Belgium

Joelle Forte won the Kempen Trophy in Turnhout, Belgium during the 2008-09 season.

Bangladesh

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Azerbaijan

Australia

Austria

Samantha Cesario won bronze at the 2012-13 JPG in Linz, continuing a tradition of success in Austria that began with Carol Heiss' first international medal, a silver at Worlds. Scott Allen and Dorothy Hamill both won Olympic medals in Innsbruck, and Sarah Hughes' first international gold medal was at the Vienna Cup in 1999. Kyoko Ina (and Jason Dungjen) nabbed their Vienna Cup gold in 1996.

More recently, Nicole Rajicova won bronze at the 2013 Ice Challenge in Graz and Maia and Alex Shibutani won the 2014 Ice Challenge dance title.

Carol Heiss' 1955 Silver Medal Long Program at Worlds

Scott Allen's 1964 Olympic Bronze Medal Long Program

Click on Innsbruck to see videos of Dorothy Hamill's Olympic gold medal performance.

Vanuatu

Yemen

South Africa

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Northern Cyprus

Kosovo

Western Sahara

Somaliland

Vietnam

Venezuela

Uruguay

Uzbekistan

Suriname

South Sudan

El Salvador

Syria

Swaziland

Chad

French Southern and Antarctic Lands

Togo

Thailand

Tajikistan

East Timor

Turkmenistan

Tunisia

Turkey

Trinidad and Tobago

Taiwan

Tanzania

Ukraine

Uganda

United States of America

Slovakia

Maia and Alex Shibutani won the Nepela Trophy in Bratislava in 2014. Ashley Cain placed third, as did the Shibutanis in 2015. Olivia Serafini won junior ladies' bronze at the 2014 Grand Prix of Bratislava.

Johnny Weir won the men's title at the 1998 Junior Grand Prix event in Banska Bystrica. Another JGP event was hosted in Bratislava in 2003 and ice dancers Morgan Matthews and Maxim Zavozin won bronze. Skating for Slovakia, Nicole Rajicova placed fourth at JGP Ljubljana in 2014.

Sierra Leone

Senegal

Somalia

Rwanda

Saudi Arabia

Solomon Islands

Sudan

Sweden

Dorothy Hamill won both the Olympic and World ladies' title in 1976, the former in Innsbruck, Austria, the latter in Gothenburg, Sweden. Johnny Weir won bronze in the men's event when Worlds returned to Gothenburg in 2008. Meanwhile, Morgan Matthews and Maxim Zavozin danced into third at the 2000 Junior Grand Prix Final in Malmo.

Skyliners Junior won the 2015 ISU Leon Lurje Synchronized Skating Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Slovenia

The capital city of Jesenice hosts the Triglav Trophy, a showcase for highly-skilled junior and novice-level skaters. Adam Rippon won the men's event as a junior in 2005. Johnny Weir won silver as a novice skater in 1998.

Eritrea

Egypt

Estonia

Isabella Tobias and Ilia Tkachenko won the Challenger Series Tallinn Trophy in 2015 skating for Israel, and returned the next year to win silver.

Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) won bronze in dance at JGP Tallinn, Estonia in 2016, Samantha Cesario won bronze in the ladies' event in 2011, Kaela Pflumm and Chris Pottenger placed fourth in pairs in 2007, and Christina Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko placed fourth in dance in 2014.

Ecuador

Algeria

Dominican Republic

Denmark

Elaine Zayak won her ladies' world title in 1982 in Copenhagen.

Republic of Serbia

Russia

No American skater is more associated with Russia than Johnny Weir. He won the Cup of Russia (Rostelecom Cup) in 2007, won silver in 2006 and 2004, and placed third and fourth in 2005 and 2009, respectively. He took fourth at Worlds in Moscow in 2005 and was followed six years later by fellow SCNY skater Maia Shibutani and her brother Alex, who won bronze. Sarah Hughes won a bronze medal at the Cup of Russia in 2000 and pairs skaters Kyoko Ina (and John Zimmerman) won bronze in 1998. They returned two years later and placed fourth. The ice dancing teams of Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov and Maia and Alex Shibutani also earned fourth place finishes as the Cup of Russia, in 2005 and 2012, respectively.

Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) won silver at JGP Saransk, Russia in 2016.

Maia and Alex Shibutani's Original Dance at the 2011 World Championships

Maia and Alex Shibutani's Free Dance at the 2011 World Championships