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JGP Series makes third stop in Colorado Springs

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Nathan Chen has never finished out of the medals at a Junior Grand Prix event. -Jay Adeff

The 2015 Junior Grand Prix (JGP) Series continues Sept. 2-5 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The event, being held at the Broadmoor World Arena, begins Thursday with the men's and pairs short programs.

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Vivian Le started her season with a third-place showing at the series-opening event in Slovakia two weeks ago. Nina Ouellette, the reigning U.S. novice bronze medalist, and Paige Rydberg, who finished eighth at the junior level at the 2015 U.S. Championships, will make their JGP debuts.


Nathan Chen has competed on the JGP circuit since 2012 and is the 2013 JGP Final bronze medalist. Chen is a two-time U.S. junior champion and the 2014 world junior bronze medalist. Anthony Boucher and Tomoki Hiwatashi will compete in a JGP event for the first time.


Gabriella Marvaldi and Cody Dolkiewicz made their international debut last spring at the International Challenge Cup and placed third. Sarah Rose and Joseph Goodpaster begin their second season together after most recently winning the novice silver medal at the 2015 U.S. Championships. Joy Weinberg and Maximiliano Fernandez will make their competitive debut together in Colorado Springs. 


Lorraine McNamara and Quinn Carpenter, the 2015 U.S. junior champions and 2015 world junior silver medalists, open their fourth season as JGP competitors. Chloe Rose Lewis and Logan Bye begin their third JGP season after most recently finishing seventh at the junior level at the 2015 U.S. Championships. Eliana Gropman and Ian Somerville are the 2014 U.S. novice silver medalists.