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Figure skating at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival

Figure skating at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival
Date: 14 February – 21 February
Season: 2008-2009
Location: Cieszyn, Poland
Champions
Men's singles:
Viktor Romanenkov
Ladies' singles:
Miriam Ziegler
Ice dancing:
Tatiana Baturintseva / Ivan Volobuev
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Figure skating was competed at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, and ice dancing. The event took place in the MOSiR Cieszyn, Poland between February 14 and 21, 2009. The compulsory dance was the Paso Doble.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Men 1.1
    • Ladies 1.2
    • Ice Dancing 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Results

Men

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Viktor Romanenkov  Estonia 148.67 3 1
2 Stanislav Pertsov  Ukraine 146.45 1 3
3 Gordey Gorshkov  Russia 138.28 5 2
4 Paul Fentz  Germany 137.92 2 5
5 Peter Reitmayer  Slovakia 133.09 4 6
6 Saverio Giacomelli  Italy 130.91 7 4
7 Gaylord Lavoisier  France 129.87 6 7
8 Alejandro Soler  Spain 118.50 9 8
9 Julian Lagus  Finland 113.16 8 10
10 Engin Ali Artan  Turkey 105.96 15 9
11 Harry Mattick  United Kingdom 105.72 13 11
12 Sebastian Lofek  Poland 105.40 12 12
13 Aliaksei Mialiokhin  Belarus 103.12 10 14
14 Noah Scherer   Switzerland 99.87 14 13
15 Viktor Silov
 Lithuania
93.94 16 15
16 Sargis Hayrapetian  Armenia 89.25 11 16
17 Vlad Radu Ionescu  Romania 76.07 17 17
18 Daniel Nikolov  Bulgaria 55.57 18 18
19 Borna Blagojević  Croatia 46.70 19 19


Ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Miriam Ziegler  Austria 141.02 1 1
2 Joshi Helgesson  Sweden 125.44 2 3
3 Anne Line Gjersem  Norway 119.51 5 2
4 Sandy Hoffmann  Germany 116.61 4 4
5 Alexandra Kunova  Slovakia 111.22 6 5
6 Alisa Mikonsaari  Finland 108.90 9 6
7 Johanna Allik  Estonia 108.71 7 7
8 Anastasiya Lystopad  Ukraine 102.06 3 15
9 Sofia Curci  Italy 101.57 13 8
10 Sandra Sitbon  France 100.78 8 11
11 Marta Maria Garcia  Spain 100.40 10 9
12 Kate Powell  United Kingdom 96.07 14 12
13 Kristina Kostkova  Czech Republic 95.86 12 14
14 Nika Ceric  Slovenia 94.87 15 13
15 Sofia Bardakov  Israel 91.98 11 17
16 Deborah Pisa   Switzerland 90.13 21 10
17 Dinara Vasfieva  Russia 89.31 17 16
18 Eva Lim  Netherlands 86.38 16 20
19 Marta Olczak  Poland 86.37 18 18
20 Anna Rage  Latvia 83.54 19 22
21 Birce Atabey  Turkey 80.57 20 21
22 Ariana Tarrado Ribes  Andorra 77.79 26 19
23 Viktoryia Liakhava  Belarus 74.38 27 23
24 Georgia Glastris  Greece 69.69 25 24
25 Anita Nagy  Romania 69.31 23 25
26 Daniela Stoeva  Bulgaria 68.33 24 26
27 Monia Aleksić  Croatia 66.63 22 28
28 Viktorija Shalunova
 Lithuania
63.55 28 29
29 Jasmina Uzunović  Serbia 62.47 29 27


Ice Dancing

Rank Name Nation Total Points CD OD FD
1 Tatiana Baturintseva / Ivan Volobuev  Russia 140.83 1 1 1
2 Ruslana Yurchenko / Aleksandr Liubchenko  Ukraine 128.04 2 2 2
3 Gabriela Kubova / Petr Seknicka  Czech Republic 117.43 3 3 4
4 Federica Testa / Andrea Malnati  Italy 110.83 4 4 5
5 Dominique Dieck / Michael Zenkner  Germany 107.97 5 6 3
6 Roxane Battu / Amaury Mallet  France 104.89 6 7 6
7 Sara Hurtado / Adria Diaz  Spain 101.14 7 5 7
8 Sophie Jones / Richard Sharpe  United Kingdom 95.99 8 8 8
9 Victoria Bausback / Seelik Mutti   Switzerland 82.74 9 9 9
10 Emili Arm / Rodion Bogdanov  Estonia 70.62 10 10 10


References

  • 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival Results

External links

  • 9th Winter European Youth Olympic Festival
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