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Olympics 2014 in Sochi Performed by A.Godunova Lyceum SSTU 11 B
Russian pride skaters Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov Evgeni Plushenko Julia Lipnitskaya
Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov Tatiana Volosozhar Tatiana Volosozhar Born May 22, 1986 in Dnepropetrovsk (Ukrainian SSR). Personal trainers - Nina Moser, Stanislav Morozov. Sport - figure skating. Specialization - pair skating. Honored Master of Sports of Russia and the international master of sports of Ukraine. In favor of Moscow and Tver. Maxim Trankov Born October 7, 1983 in Perm. Personal trainers - Nina Moser, Stanislav Morozov. Sport - figure skating. Specialization - pair skating. Honored Master of Sports. Stands for Moscow.
Sochi, February 11 - R-Sport. Russian figure skaters Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov set a world record for the most points in the short program in the pairs competition sport at the Olympics in Sochi. Volosozhars and Trankovs result was 84.17 points. The previous world record also belonged to Volosozhar and Trankov. It was 83.98 points and was installed at the European Championships in 2014 in Budapest. "We tried to skate with the mood. "- Maxim started. "When the stadium is almost standing slams, all shout" wow "at every step, it's great, it strongly encourages" - picked Tatiana.
Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov Ksenia Stolbova born February 7, 1992, St. Petersburg - Russian figure skater serving in pairs. Paired with Fedor Klimov - 2014 Olympic champions in the team competition and the silver medalists in the individual competition, silver and bronze medalists of the European champions in 2014, twice champions of Russia among juniors silver medalists in the 2011 World Championships; winners of the Junior Grand Prix champions winter Universiade in 2013. Honored Master of Sports of Russia. Fedor Klimov born September 7, 1990, Leningrad - Russian figure skater, acting in pairs.
The first kind of arbitrary program team competition was won by the team of Russia - Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov strengthened the position of the team. Despite the small blot Xenia when the triple toe loop, the judges awarded the Russian couple best score - 135.09. - We do not make plans for a medal, perhaps dreaming about it – said Stolbov. - Until recently we havent known that we get to the Olympics - recalled Klimov. - We Never thought to perform here so great - supplemented Stolbov.
Evgeni Plushenko Born in the small town of Khabarovsk Krai on November 3, 1982. First coaches - Tatiana Rock and Michael Makoveev. Personal Trainer - Alexei Mishin. Sport - figure skating. Honored Master of Sports. Sports club is "Jubilee" and the city of St. Petersburg.
Russian figure skater Evgeni Plushenko won the first place in the free skate team competition at the Olympic Games in Sochi. Plushenko, who spoke the fourth of five skaters, scored 168.20 points "I finished my career. Age allows (to continue), but 12 operations - this is too much ", - quotes athlete RIA" Novosti ". Meanwhile, Interfax cites several other athlete saying: "I will most likely end up with the sport. Neither "yes" nor "no" I do not say, but most likely I will end. " Today, during the warm-up before a performance Evgeni Plushenko announced that he could not continue the competition. Reason to abandon the competition was pain in his back. The athlete received the injury the day before, doing a quadruple jump in training.
Julia Lipnitskaya born June 5, 1998, Ekaterinburg, Russia - Russian figure skater serving in women's figure skating and team competitions in figure skating. Olympic champion in 2014 in the team competition, the European champion in 2014. Junior world champion in 2012 and vice-champion in 2013. Silver medalist at the final Grand Prix of the season 2013/2014. Silver medalist of Russia, 2012, 2014, Russian Junior Champion 2012, winner of the Grand Prix Final Championships 2011/2012 season. Honored Master of Sports of Russia (since February 10, 2014 ). As of February 2014 she took third place in the ranking of the International Skating Union ( ISU ). Julia - the second of the youngest Olympic champion in figure skating history (after Maxi Herber ) and the youngest among single women in the history of Winter Olympic Games.
Russian figure skater Yulia Lipnitskaya won the free skate at the team event in Sochi. 15-year-old athlete gained 141.51 points, which is the second result in the history of Olympic competition. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was present at the competition, welcomed the result of Lipnitskaya standing. - I am very glad that helped Russia win the gold medal - said the 15-year-old European champion. - I get into a fuss in the middle of some programs do not even know why, it's not like me, so in the second part the jumps were not very good. I did not feel safe, so jumps were not as what I usually sing them. Not to say that I was tired, but some errors appeared. However, even with not quite right rotation all was well. I am satisfied with my grades and overall result for the Russian team.