International Challenger Series tournament "Finlandia Trophy" will be held in Espoo, Finland from 6 to 10 October.
Anna Pogorilaya, Serafima Sakhanovich, Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, Mikhail Kolyada, Maxim Kovtun, Alexander Petrov will perform in singles in the Russian team.
The pairs will be: Christina Astakhov - Alex Rogonov, Bazarov Vera - Andrew MP; dance - Alexander Stepanov - Ivan Bukin, Tiffany Zahorski - Jonathan Ghurair.
T.Zagorski / D.Gureyro won bronze medals of the international tournament Ondrej Nepela Memorial in Bratislava on October 1.
As the press service of the Figure Skating Federation of Russia for the first time in recent years, these competitions will be held according to the new regulations, with the participation of all types of athletes, including pair skating.
This is due to the fact that in this season of Helsinki will take the championship in figure skating world, and competition organizers hold a kind of rehearsal before an important start.
Katelyn Osmond of Marystown, N.L., is third after the ladies short program.
Osmond scored 64.73 points, behind Anna Pogorilaya of Russia (69.50) and Japan's Mao Asada (64.87).
Russian Anna Pogorilaya ranked first after the short program at the tournament, "Finland Trophy", ahead of three-time world champion Mao Asada of Japan.
Pogorilaya allowed only one small blot, performing a short program and won 69.50 points. Asada skated without mistakes, but with a less complex set of elements, and her score - 64.87. The third is a Canadian Kathleen Osmond - 64.73. Two other Russians - Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and Seraphim Serafima Sakhanovich - took the 4 th and 14 th places, respectively.
The ladies free skate is also scheduled for Friday.
Russian figure skater Serafima Sakhanovich is on the 14th position on Finlandia Trophy tournament results of short programs for the girls performance. Evaluation - 42.88 points.
The stage is definitely set. For the second time in just three years, a major figure skating competition is returning to the Chicago area after a seven-decade drought in which the Windy City was host to no such competitions.
After successfully hosting the 2014 Skate America, the Sears Centre in suburban Hoffman Estates once again will host the 2016 Skate America from Oct. 21 to 23, with 56 elite figure skaters from around the world competing in ladies, men's pairs and ice dance. The event, which NBC will showcase live, will draw attention to the Windy City for a sport it has not been closely associated with over time.
The annual Skate America is the first in a series of six competitions in various countries that are part of the International Skating Union's prestigious Grand Prix of Figure Skating, which ends in December with a final competition at which champions will be named in each category of competition.
Evgenia Medvedeva and Anna Pogorilaya perform for the national team in Europe at the "Japan Open Championship" October 1 in Saitama (Japan) will be a traditional team in figure skating tournament - "Open Championship of Japan." The competition will be attended by national teams in Europe, North America and Japan.
Singles and a solo show any program. The composition of the European team includes World and European champion Yevgenia Medvedeva, a double world champion Spaniard Javier Fernandez, the winner of the World Cup and European and Russian Anna Pogorilaya, Frenchman Florent Amodio. This was reported by "All Sport".
For Japan, the team will perform Soma Uno, Oda, Satoko Miyahara and Wakaba Higuchi, the team of North America - American Adam Rippon, Jeremy Abbott, Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold.