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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.

Russia

Ecuador

Algeria

Dominican Republic

Denmark

Republic of Serbia

Estonia

Egypt

Eritrea

Sudan

Sweden

Slovenia

Saudi Arabia

Solomon Islands

Sierra Leone

Senegal

Somalia

Rwanda

Tanzania

Ukraine

Uganda

United States of America

Slovakia

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

SCNY skater Crystal Kiang won the Chinese Taipei National Championships in 2013 and 2010. She won silver in 2012, 2011, 2009 and 2008. Ice dancers Maia (and Alex) Shibutani won gold at the 2016 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Taipei and silver in 2011.

Vietnam

Somaliland

Western Sahara

Northern Cyprus

Kosovo

Vanuatu

Yemen

South Africa

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Burkina Faso

Belgium

Bangladesh

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Azerbaijan

Australia

Austria

Benin

Burundi

Bulgaria

Botswana

Bhutan

The Bahamas

Brazil

Bolivia

Brunei

Netherlands

Niger

New Caledonia

Namibia

Mozambique

Malaysia

Mexico

Pakistan

Philippines

Papua New Guinea

Peru

Panama

Oman

New Zealand

Nepal

Norway

Luxembourg

Malawi

Mauritania

Mongolia

Myanmar

Mali

Macedonia

Madagascar

Montenegro

Moldova

Morocco

Libya

Latvia

Nicaragua

Nigeria

Sri Lanka

Lebanon

Laos

Kazakhstan

Kuwait

South Korea

South Korea hosted Four Continents in 2010 and Adam Rippon won gold. The country hosted the competition again in 2015; Maia and Alex Shibutani won bronze. In addition, Four Continents was hosted by South Korea in 2002 and a young Johnny Weir placed fourth. Weir returned to South Korea for the Grand Prix Final in 2009 and placed third. Ice dancers Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov won silver at Four Continents in 2005, and Maia and Alex Shibutani placed fourth at the 2009 JGP Final hosted in Goyang.

Lithuania

Lesotho

Liberia

Kenya

Japan

Kyoko Ina (and John Zimmerman) won the bronze medal in pairs at the 2002 World Championships in Nagano, following a silver in 2000 at the Four Continents Championships in Osaka. Ina also won a bronze with pairs partner Jason Dungjen at the 1996 NHK Grand Prix event in Osaka. Ice dancers Maia (and Alex) Shibutani won the NHK in Nagano in 2015 and Sapporo in 2011 and won bronze in 2012 and 2010. Pairs skaters Rocky Marval (and Calla Urbanski) and ice dancers Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov also won bronze medals at the GP NHK (1992 and 2006). Johnny Weir won gold and two silvers at NHK (2004, 2008, 2009). He also won bronze at the Grand Prix Final in Tokyo in 2010, as did Sarah Hughes in 2001. Fourth place finishes were turned in in 2013 by Adam Rippon at the GP NHK in Tokyo and Felicia Zhang (and Nathan Bartholomay) at Four Continents Championships in Osaka.

Associate member Gracie Gold won the senior ladies' title at GP NHK in 2014 and helped win the World Team Trophy in 2015.

Cambodia

Kyrgyzstan

Greece

Guatemala

Guinea Bissau

Guyana

Honduras

Jamaica

Italy

Jordan

North Korea

Gabon

France

Poland

Puerto Rico

Ghana

Greenland

Gambia

Guinea

Equatorial Guinea

Finland

Fiji

Falkland Islands

Qatar

Argentina

Angola

Armenia

Albania

Afghanistan

United Arab Emirates

West Bank

Portugal

Paraguay

Iceland

Iran

Iraq

India

Israel

Ireland

Indonesia

Hungary

Haiti

Croatia

Belize

Belarus

Republic of the Congo

Central African Republic

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Canada

Romania

Germany

Djibouti

Switzerland

Ethiopia

Spain

Georgia

United Kingdom

Cameroon

Chile

Ivory Coast

Czech Republic

Cyprus

Cuba

Costa Rica

Colombia

China

Johnny Weir won the Cup of China men's event in 2007. Maia (and Alex) Shibutani brought home gold in 2016 and silver in 2011 and 2014. Emily Hughes won bronze in 2006 and Adam Rippon skated to fourth in 2012. Melissa Gregory and James Shuford danced into second place at the 1998 JGP in Beijing and Johnny Weir won yet another JGP silver in Harbin in 2000.

Beijing

Grant Hochstein placed fourth at his first-ever Grand Prix assignment, the 2015 Cup of China. Maia and Alex Shibutani won gold at the event in 2016.

Grant Hochstein - Short Program - 2015 Cup of China

Grant Hochstein - Free Skate - 2015 Cup of China

Gangneung

Ice dancers Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov won silver at the 2005 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, hosted in Gangneung.

Goyang

Goyang was the host of both the Grand Prix Final and the Junior Grand Prix Final in 2009. Johnny Weir took home bronze in the senior men's event and ice dancers Maia (and Alex) Shibutani placed fourth in the junior event.

Harbin

Johnny Weir won the men's title at GP Cup of China in 2007. He won silver at a Junior Grand Prix event in Harbin in 2000.

Jeonju

Jeonju hosted the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in 2002 and 2010. Johnny Weir placed fourth in the men's event in 2002 and Adam Rippon won the men's title in 2010.

Kobe

Simone Grigorescu placed fourth among senior ladies at the 1981 NHK Grand Prix.

Nagano

Pairs skaters Kyoko Ina (and John Zimmerman) won a bronze medal at the 2002 Nagano World Figure Skating Championships. Nagano also hosted several Grand Prix NHK events, including the 2015 event, where Maia and Alex Shibutani won gold, and the 2006 event, where ice dancers Melissa Gregory and Denis Petukhov won bronze, and 2009, where Johnny Weir won silver in the men's event.

Nagoya