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He competed next at the 2005 World Championships in Moscow.
He was the 7th qualifier for the 2000–2001 Junior Grand Prix Final and placed 8th at the Final. Over the next season, Lysacek dealt with several injuries, including broken ribs, which resulted in lost training time. Championships, his goal had been to place in the top ten. Lysacek was named third alternate for the 2003 Four Continents Championships and was placed on the team after other skaters withdrew.
He was the third alternate to the 1999–2000 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final. Championships, he was assigned to the 2000 Gardena Spring Trophy in Urtijëi where he won the silver medal on the junior level.
Lysacek was tied with Parker Pennington in second place ordinals and had one more first place ordinal, giving him the win in the free skate in the Total Ordinals of Majority tiebreaker, which pushed him ahead in overall factored placements, allowing him to win the title overall. Lysacek had a strong showing in the 2000–2001 season. Lysacek was named second alternate to the US team to the 2001 World Junior Championships and was placed on the team after Ryan Bradley withdrew due to injury.
He landed his first clean triple axel jump of his career in the qualifying round of this competition and his second clean one in the free skate. He then went on to compete at the 2004 World Junior Championships, where he won a third silver medal.
After graduating from high school in 2003, Lysacek made a coaching change and began to work with Ken Congemi and Frank Carroll in El Segundo, California. In the 2004–2005 season, having aged out of the junior level at age 19, Evan Lysacek made his senior international debut.