Russian figure skater won a third consecutive victory in the Grand Prix

Russian figure skater won a third consecutive victory in the Grand Prix

Alyona Kostina won the stage in Grenoble. The second place on tournament, the Internationaux de France took Alina Sagitova


Photo: Raniero Corbelletti/AFLO

Competitions in women’s figure skating the third in the current season of the Grand Prix in the French Grenoble ended with the victory of 16-year-old Russian woman Alyona Kostina. The winner of the final of the Junior Grand Prix last season showed the best result in a short and arbitrary programs, received from the judges in the amount of 236.00 points. In random rental she performed two clean triple Axel.

Olympic champion and world champion Alina Sagitova won the silver medal, gaining a total of 216,06 points. 17-year-old Russian took the second place in the short program and was third in the arbitrary. At the beginning of any rental she ripped off a triple Lutz, but had not made a mistake.

Final in third place with 212,89 points won the American Mariah bell, ahead of Zagotovo in any program, but lost to her in the amount. Another representative of Russia Maria Sotskova in both rentals recent, the 11th, the result of typing in the amount of 144,89 points.

Russian figure skater won the third stage in a row in the Grand Prix of the season. Earlier at Skate America in Las Vegas won a 15-year-old Anna Shcherbakova, and at Skate Canada in Kelowna — her age of Alexander Trusov.


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Earlier at the Grand Prix of France Russian Alexander Samarin took second place in the men’s singles, received from the judges in the two programs 265,10 points. He lost only two-time world champion, Nathan Chen of the USA (297,16 points). Sergei Voronov was the sixth, Anton Shulepov — 11-M.

In the ice dancing won by four-time world Champions, the French Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, on the eve of the world record in rhythm and dance. Tiffany Sagorsky and Jonathan Gurara, representing Russia, took fifth place.

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