Elizaveta Tuktamysheva became the world champion in 2015. After that, five world championships passed without her - and now she returns. Lisa will perform at the World Championships in Stockholm, and Channel One shows her way to the main event of the season. From the pre-season training camp in Kislovodsk to the Russian Cup final - with the skater's comments. Watch it now.
That Figure Skating Show...But make it LIVE! | Ladies Short Program
Join Asher Hill & Dylan Moscovitch immediately after the #WorldsFigure ladies short program as they react to what we just saw, drop some insider knowledge and wax poetic about the 2021 World Figure Skating Championships.
They will be joined by none other than 2018 Ladies World Champion Kaetlyn Osmond 🙌
Watch our stream of the short program, and then join the discussion!
Practice Day 2: 2021 Worlds (Yuzuru Hanyu, Nathan Chen, Anna Shcherbakova, Alexandra Trusova)
Check out the latest clips from the second day of practice at the 2021 World Figure Skating Championships, featuring Alexandra Trusova, Anna Shcherbakova, Rika Kihira, Nathan Chen, Yuzuru Hanyu, Shoma Uno and Yuma Kagiyama.
Winner of the Day | Anna Shcherbakova (FSR) | Ladies Short Program | ISU #WorldFigure Championships
Anna Shcherbakova would like to celebrate her birthday weekend with a world title.
Set to turn 17 on Sunday, the three-time and reigning Russian national champion skated into first place at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships on Wednesday (25 March) in Stockholm, Sweden, scoring a 81.00 with a picturesque short program.
Triple Axels were hit by both Japan's Kihira Rika as well as Elizaveta Tuktamysehva, who sit in second and third, respectively, with scores of 79.08 and 78.86.
That sets up what will be an intriguing ladies' free skate, which will take place on Friday evening local time.
Rounding out the ladies' top six: American Karen Chen in fourth (74.40), South Korea's Kim Yelim in fifth (73.63) and Sakamoto Kaori in sixth (70.38).
One of the favourites for the ladies' title, Alexandra Trusova did not complete a combination in the short program, sending her into 12th place with a score of 64.82. Trusova does have an unprecedented five quadruple jumps planned for the free skate, however.
Also of note: American Bradie Tennell is in seventh while fellow 2018 Olympian Miyahara Satoko sits in 16th.
Worlds are being held for the first time since 2019 having been cancelled last year, though no fans have been allowed inside the arena.