Have a look at who won the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Skate America this weekend and how it was done.
The ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Skate Canada International has ended, leaving us full of memories. Take a look back with the top pictues of the event.
Two-time Olympic Champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan was once more in a league of his own scoring a runaway victory with 60 points to spare at Skate Canada in Kelowna on Saturday. To the delight of the home crowd, Canada’s Nam Nguyen rose to the occasion to take the silver medal and Japan’s Keiji Tanaka pulled up to claim the bronze medal.
Youngsters Aleksandra Boikova/ Dmitri Kozlovskii of Russia shone in the Pairs event to win their first Grand Prix gold medal at Skate Canada in Kelowna on Saturday. Canadians Kirsten Moore-Towers/Michael Marinaro skated to the silver medal while top favorites Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov of Russia had to settle for the bronze.
World Junior Champion Alexandra Trusova of Russia jumped her way to gold in her first ISU Grand Prix event at Skate Canada in Kelowna on Saturday. ISU Grand Prix Final champion Rika Kihira of Japan claimed the silver medal and Korea’s Young You earned the bronze in her debut at the senior-level ISU Grand Prix.
Canada’s home favorites Piper Gilles/Paul Poirier upset two-time World Ice Dance medalists Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue (USA) to win their maiden ISU Grand Prix gold medal on Saturday in Kelowna. Great Britain’s Lilah Fear/Lewis Gibson stepped up one spot to take the bronze at Skate Canada, the first Grand Prix medal of their career.
Two-time Olympic Champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan swept aside the competition in the Men’s Short Program at Skate Canada in Kelowna on Friday, winning with 20 points to spare in a stunning performance. Grand Prix debutant Camden Pulkinen (USA) surprisingly came second ahead of Canada’s Nam Nguyen.
Young Russian Pair Aleksandra Boikova/ Dmitri Kozlovskii reigned supreme in the Pairs Short Program at Skate Canada in Kelowna on Friday. Canadians Kirsten Moore-Towers/Michael Marinaro thrilled the home fans to take second while Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov of Russia are currently ranked third.
ISU Grand Prix Final Champion Rika Kihira of Japan stormed into the lead in the Ladies Short Program at Skate Canada in Kelowna, following a thrilling duel with Korea’s Young You where both skaters hit a triple Axel. World Junior Champion Alexandra Trusova of Russia finished third.
Two-time World Ice Dance medalists Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue (USA) edged Canada’s home favorites Piper Gilles/Paul Poirier for the lead in the Rhythm Dance as the Skate Canada International opened on Friday in Kelowna (CAN). Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc Baker (USA) are currently ranked third.
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The ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating series gets under way again on November 1, with a thrilling season of racing in prospect. A combination of experienced champions and bright new stars will make up a fascinating field of racers, meaning that predicting a winner in either the men’s or women’s field is extremely tough.
Two-time and reigning Olympic Champion Yuzuru Hanyu (JPN), Olympic silver medalist Evgenia Medvedeva (RUS), ISU World Figure Skating Pairs medalists Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov (RUS) and ISU World Figure Skating Ice Dance medalists Madison Hubbell/Zachary Donohue (USA) are set to compete at ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Skate Canada International in Kelowna this week. Skate Canada International is the second of six events of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating 2019/2020.
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Catch up with what happened at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating - Skate America this weekend at a glance.