European Championship : Tallinn will host the European Figure Skating Championships this week, which will be the final test for many skaters ahead of the 2022 Olympics. The best representatives of figure skating in Russia will perform at the tournament in the Estonian capital. About where and when to watch the European Championship – in the material “MK-Sport”.
Russian figure skaters arrived in the capital of Estonia, where the European Championship will start on January 12 at the Tondiraba sports complex. The competition takes place three weeks before the 2022 Olympics, so the Tallinn tournament will largely determine the final line-ups of European teams for the Beijing Games. Russia will represent three participants in each of the events, the composition of the team was determined based on the results of the national championship in mid-December.
A few days before the start of the European championship, Mikhail Kolyada withdrew his application from the tournament , having received a minor foot injury. Replace student of Alexei Mishin in Tallinn Andrei Mozalev .
The composition of the Russian national team at the European Figure Skating Championships:
Women : Kamila Valieva, Anna Shcherbakova, Alexandra Trusova
Men: Mark Kondratyuk, Evgeny Semenenko, Andrey Mozalev
Sports couples : Anastasia Mishina / Alexander Gallyamov, Alexandra Boykova / Dmitry Kozlovsky, Evgeniya Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov
Dances: Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin, Diana Davis / Gleb Smolkin, Victoria Sinitsina / Nikita Katsalapov
The Russian Figure Skating Federation will name the final composition of the Olympic team after the European Championship. Two participants in each form became known according to the results of the national championship (1st and 2nd places).
The European Championship in full format will be shown on the website of Channel One. Some broadcasts can also be viewed on TV.
European Figure Skating Championships:
January 12 (Wednesday)
12:50. Men short program. Broadcast: Eurosport
19:45. Couples short program. Broadcast: Eurosport 2, Channel One from 22:35
January 13 (Thursday)
12:15. Women short program. Broadcast: Eurosport from 13:00, Channel One from 17:00
20:00. Pairs, free skate. Broadcast: Eurosport 2, Channel One from 22:35
January 14 (Friday)
13:00. Ice dancing, rhythm dance. Broadcast: Eurosport 2, Channel One from 17:00
19:00. Men’s free program. Broadcast: Eurosport 2
January 15 (Saturday)
14:35. Ice dancing, free dance. Broadcast: Eurosport 2
19:30. Women free skate. Broadcast: Eurosport 2, Channel One from 21:30
January 16 (Sunday)
16:30. Demonstration performances
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