2016 Winter Youth Olympics Skills Challenge: Day Four

Madison Poole has finished the Grand Final phase of the Women’s Skills Challenge in fifth place. Poole’s best results came from the Fastest Lap skill and the in the Puck Control skill where she finished first and second respectively. The Grand Final phase was won by Sena Takenaka of Japan who recieved a total of 16 points with Poole four points back in fifth place.

Madison Poole’s Grand Final results:
– Fastest Lap: 1st (4 points)
– Shooting Accuracy: 4th (2 points)
– Skating Agility: 5th (1 point)
– Fastest Shot: 8th (1 point)
– Passing Precision: 5th (1 point)
– Puck Control: 2nd (3 points)
– Total points: 12

Final standings:
– 1st: Sena Takenaka (JPN) – 16 points
– 2nd: Anita Muraro (ITA) – 14 points
– 3rd: Theresa Schafzahl (AUT) – 13 points
– 4th:Millie Rose Sirum (NOR) – 12 points
– 5th: Madison Poole (AUS) – 12 points
– 6th: Su Yeon Eom (KOR) – 9 points
– 7th: Martina Federova (SVK) – 7 points
– 8th: Tabea Bottof (GER) – 7 points

For more information see the following links:
Men’s Skills Challenge at IIHF.com
Women’s Skills Challenge at IIHF.com

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