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This weekend, reigning World champion Anna Shcherbakova began her 2021-2022 season with a solid short program performance at the international figure skating competition in Hungary – the 2021 Budapest Trophy – and leads her teammate Maiia Khromykh and compatriot Sofia Samodurova ahead of tomorrow’s free skate. Wearing a new orange dress, the 17-year-old Shcherbakova landedContinue reading “Anna Shcherbakova leads at Budapest Trophy after short program”
At the international figure skating competition in Hungary – the 2021 Budapest Trophy, Italian figure skater Matteo Rizzo moved up from third place after the short program to take the gold medal. The 2018 national champion began his free skate performance with a triple toe loop and triple loop, later landing a quad toe loopContinue reading “Matteo Rizzo wins at Budapest Trophy”
Last season’s winner of the international figure skating competition in Belarus – the Ice Star, Belarussian representative Viktoriia Safonova retained the title for her second medal of the 2021-2022 Olympic season. Bronze medalist at the Nebelhorn Trophy in late September, Safonova began her free skate performance with a triple Lutz-triple toe loop combination, two doubleContinue reading “Viktoriia Safonova retains Ice Star title”
Taking place in Beijing, China – the 2021 Asian Open Trophy, the fifth International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition of the season, wrapped up today. At the event, Maia Mihara rose from second place after the short program to win the women’s event, while Yuma Kagiyama dominated the men’s event throughout. Mihara presented theContinue reading “Mai Mihara wins Asian Open Trophy”
At the international figure skating competition in Hungary – the 2021 Budapest Trophy, 2019 European silver medalist Alexander Samarin leads the men’s event after the short program. The 23-year-old Russian managed to complete a quad Lutz but received a big negative grade of execution and then doubled his first jump in a double toe loop-tripleContinue reading “Alexander Samarin leads Budapest Trophy after short program”
At the Ice Star figure skating competition in Belarus, reigning winner Viktoriia Safonova got off to a successful start by taking the lead after the short program as Belarussians lead the women’s, men’s, and pairs’ disciplines after day one. Safonova began her short program routine with a triple Lutz-triple toe loop combination, and then completedContinue reading “Viktoriia Safonova leads Ice Star competition in Belarus after short program”
The fifth International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition of the season – the 2021 Asian Open Trophy – is taking place in Beijing, China and serves as the test event for the 2022 Winter Olympics. After the first day of the event, Japanese figure skaters – Kaori Sakamoto and Yuma Kagiyama – took theContinue reading “Kaori Sakamoto and Yuma Kagiyama among leaders at the Asian Open Trophy after first day”
At the International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition in Finland – the 2021 Finlandia Trophy, the last World Junior champion Kamila Valieva successfully completed her international senior debut by setting two new world records and winning the gold medal. Third after the short program, the 15-year Valieva began her free skate with a quadContinue reading “Kamila Valieva wins at the Finlandia Trophy”
At the International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition in Finland – the 2021 Finlandia Trophy, four-time World champions Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron took the gold medals in their first international competition since winning at the European Championships in January of 2020. Gabriella Papadakis & Guillaume Cizeron: Madison Chock & Evan Bates: Lilah FearContinue reading “Papadakis and Cizeron win at Finlandia Trophy”
At the final stage of this season’s International Skating Union (ISU) Junior Grand Prix series, Sofia Muravieva delivered a clean free skate and edged out Isabeau Levito to win the Russian junior women’s fifth consecutive gold medal and qualify for the Grand Prix Final. The 15-year-old had a quad planned in her routine but didContinue reading “Sofia Muravieva wins ISU Junior Grand Prix event in Austria”
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