Brezina opened his dynamic routine to “Sing Sing Sing” with a beautiful triple Axel followed by a tripleLutz, but then he did the triple flip and could only add a single toeloop for a combination. The 18-year-oldrecovered to produce fast spins and precise footwork, earning a level four for the change foot sit spin and alevel three for the other two spins and the two step sequences. He scored 69.55 points (37.80/31.75), whichwas a new personal best for the Czech skater. “I was also very happy to come here again, because I know therink, I know the ice. I felt after the flip it could be good, but then I did just a single toe. I don’t know why”,Brezina shrugged. “I wasn’t too close (to the boards), but I was looking at the landing and there was a holeand the toe would have taken off from the hole. Maybe there was problem, but it doesn’t matter. You have toit every time”, he added.
Oi, who skated next to last, landed a triple Axel, triple flip-triple toe combination and triple Lutz. His routineto “The Phantom of the Opera” also included a level-four flying camel spin and change foot sit spin and twolevel-three step sequences. The American scored a new personal best of 69.40 points (42.10/27.30). “I washere two years ago for the (Junior Grand Prix) Final, and I know the rink. I wasn’t thinking about my points,maybe because I actually haven’t seen the score sheet yet. I was really happy just to skate my best. It was alittle surprising to be third after the short”, Oi commented. “My goal again was really just to come here toskate well. It was great getting to come to Junior Worlds I’ve never been here before and it’s a greatprivilege.” standing in fifth place. His routine featured a high triple Axel and triple Lutz as well as strong spins.However, the second jump in his triple flip-triple toe combination was downgraded (64.80 points). KevinReynolds (CAN) stepped out of the triple toe in his combination with a triple flip but landed a triple Axeland triple Lutz (63.81 points). He finished sixth. Junior Grand Prix Final Champion Florent Amodio (FRA)singled his Axel, did only a double Lutz and fell on the entry of the sit spin to fade to 19th (49.80 points).