This week Ciera Turner-Frick represents Ireland for the first time at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Armenian Cup in Yerevan, Armenia (5-7 October) which is the final stop of this season’s seven stage series. Turner-Frick competes in the Junior Women’s Short Programme on the afternoon of Thursday, 5 October and will return to the ice on the evening of Friday, 6 October for the Free Skating. “I am very proud to be representing Ireland at my first Junior Grand Prix,” Turner-Frick said. “I hope to achieve two clean skates and to be able to fully appreciate my first opportunity on the circuit.” The ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series features skaters aged 13 to 19 (21 for male Ice Dance and Pair Skating partners) from all over the world. The 2023/2024 season marks the 26th edition of the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating that was introduced in 1997. This season more than 300 skaters from over 50 different nations are expected to compete in the series. This week’s Junior Grand Prix in Yerevan, Armenia will be broadcast live on the ISU’s dedicated YouTube channel. Direct links for each of the segments Turner-Frick will skate in are as follows:Junior Women Short Programme (5 October)Junior Women Free Skating (6 October) The conversation about the series can also be followed by using the #JGPFigure hashtag on social media.
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