Russian woman Evgenia Medvedeva won the second stage of Grand Prix series in Canada. Gold medal 16-year-old skater became Russian team the only medal won on the canadian stage in MISSISSAUGA.

Medvedev did not leave the opponent no chance either in the short or in arbitrary programs. For performance first, where in the story she says goodbye to childhood, current world and European champion received from the judges 76,24 points.

For arbitrary – 144,41 points of flaws the judges saw in Eugene is that netocrat on the double Axel. The sum of the two rentals, the leader of the Russian team scored 220,65 points.

“I think that all is not right, and I will work harder, but I’m happy, because today I am the first,” – said Medvedev told reporters.

Your next Grand Prix Medvedev will hold in Paris, and the other Russian Elizabeth Tuktamysheva (187,99), who became in Canada, fourth in Beijing. Second place in MISSISSAUGA was taken by a representative canadian Caitlin Osmond (206,45), the third – the Japanese Satoko Miyahara (192,08).



Russian figure skater Evgenia Medvedeva won the canadian Grand Prix 30.10.2016

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