Oda, Hubbell-Donohue win titles at Nebelhorn
OBERSTDORF, Germany -- Figure skater Nobunari Oda won his second straight title at the Nebelhorn Trophy on Saturday, easily beating junior world silver medalist Jason Brown.
Oda finished with 262.98 points, more than 34 in front of the American.
Jeremy Ten of Canada, who has battled injuries for much of the last four seasons, was third.
In dance, American pair Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue claimed the title by winning the free dance. Ksenia Monko and Kirill Khaliavin of Russia were second while short dance winners Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam of Canada dropped to third.
The Nebelhorn Trophy was also the final qualifier for the Sochi Winter Olympics. Israel, Romania, the Philippines, Australia, Ukraine and Italy got the final six men's spots while China, Turkey, Australia, Japan and Spain will round out the field in ice dance.
Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press
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