The Championships will begin with the Men's Short Program on Friday followed by the Paris Short and Men's Long Programs
Saturday will be Ladies' Short Programs followed by the Pairs Long Programs
Sunday will be the Ladies' Short and the Exhibition skates of the top 3 in each discipline performing an exhibition piece, a group piece, and their medal winning skates.
The orders in all the short programs will be determined by random draw.
Brecon's Grand Duke, Enguerrand de Coucy VII, could not help but reflect on the events that took him from an unusually cool and rainy spring at the Ch?teau de Coucy in the east of Brecon to far away Damaszka in Angleter. Over the past few years Enguerrand had rarely been required to act in his traditional role of representing Brecon at important ceremonies not attended by the prime minister, and he had mostly occupied his time by taking an interest in the landscaping of his ancestral home the Ch?teau de Coucy. His recent routine had been interrupted by the announcement of celebrations to commemorate 800 years of Angleteric history. After a long flight, most of which he managed to sleep through, Enguerrand arrived in Angleter.
Following Minister Fr?gg's well-received speech, Enguerrand slowly stood up to speak
Majesty, Prime Minister, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for the honour of having the opportunity to congratulate the people of Angleter on the 800th anniversary of their fair nation. Angleter's long and varied history has been critical in shaping the modern, prosperous, and multicultural Angleter of today. Additionally modern Angleter provides a model to European nations of a unified state with cultural harmony, no small achievement for any nation. Building on the achievements of the past, and informed by their collective history, the people of Angleter may reflect upon a storied past and look forward to a bright future.
The final stage saw a win for Angleter's LAWRENCE ENLICH under the Great Arch of the Grand Marquessial palace, where the Grand Marquess himself flew the Angleteric flag as the ninety riders ended their gruelling two-week Tour of the nation. Also present as a guest of the Grand Marquess was Os Corelian leader Viscount Xavier, who saw his nation's own Jordon Smith win the climbers' jersey.
Joiova Iommandakiloskia easily sewed up his green jersey, coming fourth as Salvador Cervera came second once more despite an excellent lead-out train, leaving him second overall for the green jersey. There was no incident for Andreas von Gluder, the winner of the Tour, and Jordon Smith had already taken the red mountain jersey.
Stage Fourteen: Flat, one intermediate sprint.
1- Lawrence ENLICH (ANL)
2- Salvador CERVERA (ESP) s.t.
3- Karl VON KRABENDEISCH (PRU) s.t.
4- Joiova IOMMANDAKILOSKIA (OSC) s.t.
5- Albert CARROL (BRC) s.t.
6- Tony LOMBARDO (BIB) s.t.
7- Andreas RICHTER (GDR) s.t.
8- Jerome PARKER (BEL) s.t.
9- Javier ILLANA (ESP) s.t.
10- Miguel CHAVES (ESP) s.t.
1- Andreas VON GLUDER (PRU)
2- Heston KLARIN (ANL) @ 44s
3- Jacques FROMOLIER (FRA) @ 1:18
4- Andrew VARNICK (ANL) @ 2:09
5- George MENDEL (BRC) @ 2:32
6- Ludwig BAUER (BRC) @ 2:36
7- Falu MARKARTIA (OSC) @ 2:38
8- Otto VON JUNKERSHAFEN (PRU) @ 2:55
9- Jimi KALEZNY (OSC) @ 3:00
10- Sebastian FUCHS (GDR) @ 3:06
1- Joiova IOMMANDAKILOSKIA (OSC) 199
2- Salvador CERVERA (ESP) 190
3- Andreas RICHTER (GDR) 170
4- Lawrence ENLICH (ANL) 168
5- Jerome PARKER (BEL) 139
6- Tony LOMBARDO (BIB) 139
7- Albert CARROL (BRC) 125
8- Karl VON KRABENDEISCH (PRU) 124
9- Jacques FROMOLIER (FRA) 40
10- Jordon SMITH (BIB) 35
1- Jordon SMITH (BIB) 91
2- Heston KLARIN (ANL) 80
3- Jacques FROMOLIER (FRA) 65
4- Frank COSENZA (BEL) 64
5- Andreas VON GLUDER (PRU) 51
6-Michael FORD (BIB) 49
7- Otto VON JUNKERSHAFEN (PRU) 45
8- Jurgen WASSERTRAGER (PRU) 44
9- Gilles COMPT (BRC) 43
10- Tan SUNG (BIB) 42
ROLL OF HONOUR TOUR OF ANGLETER 2009:
**SIR ANDREAS VON GLUDER- PRUSSIA- 44 second lead **
**SIR JOIOVA IOMMANDAKILOSKIA- OS CORELIA- 9 point lead **
**SIR JORDON SMITH- BIBLICAL IMPORTANCE- 11 point lead **
All three, in accordance with Tour custom, have been given an HONORARY KNIGHTHOOD by the Grand Marquess.