Synchronized skating fans were probably not expecting such a competition. And yet, for two days, synchronized skating thrilled the Russian public in Yoshkar-Ola. The Russian national championships determined also the two teams that will skate at the Worlds this spring!
The second day of the Lumière Cup - 2nd stage of the Challenger Series - took place on Saturday in the Netherlands.
Although the Netherlands are in lockdown, the 5th Lumière Cup started on Friday in Eindhoven. A relief for the organizers who are setting up for the first time a Challenger Series competition.
The victory, they wanted it and they got it. After beating Team Paradise a few weeks ago, the senior team Tatarstan from Russia won again at the first stage of the Challenger Series in Poland. Crystal Ice (RUS) and Dream Edges from Finland got the silver and the bronze, ending with tight scores.
Team Crystal Ice Junior won the first stage of the Challenger Series in Poland on Friday night, exceeding 200 points! The competition has also started for the Seniors: Team Tatarstan is in the lead, followed by Crystal Ice Senior and Dream Edges from Finland.
The competition season 2021-2022 started in Russia Monday and Tuesday, with the 1st stage of the Russian Cup traditionally taking place in Moscow. Since the competitions were full of pretty unexpected moments, they turned out to be extremely bright and fascinating with the debut of new senior teams, close fights and delighting results.
The final stage of the Russian Cup and the Russian Novice Nationals that took place in Syzran from March 18-20 was super exciting. The confident leadership of the team Paradise in Seniors, the Team Idel's victory in Juniors, and the emotions during the Russian Novice Nationals made this event's success.
The Russian Nationals 2021 are over. The competitions were very exciting and eventful. All you need to know about the second day and final results!
On January 27, the Russian Nationals 2021 began in Saransk. The first competition day is always vibrant and spectacular. This year, two new teams compete for the first time, the junior Yamal and the senior Yenisei, and the junior team Aquamarine from Omsk entered the top 5.
The 3rd stage of the Russian Cup took place in Togliatti a few days ago. Thirteen novices, ten juniors and 4 senior teams presented their programs. The competitions were really exciting and, definitely, worth watching. So, let’s see how it was!
The 2nd stage of the Russian Cup and the Open Cup of the Urals took place in Ekaterinburg a few days ago. Previously this competition was held in Novouralsk, but the event was moved to the capital of the Urals.
The pandemic of Covid-19 transforms our daily lives, limiting us in many ways. However, it can’t stop us from online-communication and virtual travels. Let’s mentally go to Russia and talk to Angelina Shapovalova, the team captain of Crystal Ice Junior and Crystal Ice Senior.