2010 European Figure Skating Championships

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2010 European Figure Skating Championships
Type: ISU Championship
Date: January 18 – 24
Season: 2009–10
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Host: Estonian Skating Union
Venue: Saku Suurhall Arena
Champions
Men's singles:
Russia Evgeni Plushenko
Ladies' singles:
Italy Carolina Kostner
Pair skating:
Russia Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov
Ice dancing:
Russia Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin
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The 2010 European Figure Skating Championships was a senior international figure skating competition in the 2009–10 season. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The event was held at the Saku Suurhall Arena in Tallinn, Estonia from 18 to 24 January 2010.

Qualification[edit]

The competition was open to skaters from European ISU member nations who had reached the age of 15 before 1 July 2009. The corresponding competition for non-European skaters were the 2010 Four Continents Championships. National associations selected their entries based on their own criteria. Based on the results of the 2009 European Championships, each country was allowed between one and three entries per discipline. The following countries earned more than the minimum.[1]

Spots Men Ladies Pairs Dance
3  France
 Italy
 Finland
 Russia
 Germany
 Russia
 France
 Italy
 Russia
2  Belgium
 Czech Republic
 Russia
 Sweden
 Germany
 United Kingdom
 Hungary
 Italy
 Turkey
 France
 United Kingdom
 Italy
 Ukraine
 Azerbaijan
 United Kingdom
 Lithuania
 Ukraine

Medals table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 3 0 2 5
2  Italy 1 1 0 2
3  Finland 0 1 0 1
 Germany 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
6  France 0 0 1 1
 Georgia 0 0 1 1

Schedule[edit]

All times are Eastern European Time (UTC+2).

  • Tuesday, 19 January
    • 13:30 Ice dancing – Compulsory dance
    • 18:45 Opening ceremony
    • 19:20 Pairs – Short program
  • Wednesday, 20 January
    • 11:00 Men – Short program
    • 19:00 Pairs – Free skating (group 1)
    • 20:30 Pairs – Free skating (group 2 to 4)
  • Thursday, 21 January
    • 13:00 Ice dancing – Original dance
    • 18:45 Men – Free skating (group 1)
    • 20:15 Men – Free skating (group 2 to 4)
  • Friday, 22 January
    • 10:00 Ladies – Short Program
    • 18:40 Ice dancing – Free dance (group 1)
    • 20:00 Ice dancing – Free dance (group 2 to 4)
  • Saturday, 23 January
    • 13:30 Ladies – Free skating (group 1)
    • 15:00 Ladies – Free skating (group 2 to 4)
    • 20:00 Closing reception
  • Sunday, 24 January
    • 15:30 Exhibition gala

Competition notes[edit]

In the men's short program, Evgeni Plushenko set a new world record of 91.30 points.[2] He won his sixth European title.[3][4] Stéphane Lambiel won his third European silver medal and Brian Joubert won his 9th consecutive European medal. In ladies, Carolina Kostner won her third European title, defeating the reigning champion Laura Lepistö, who won her third European medal.[5][6] Elene Gedevanishvili won Georgia's first medal at an ISU Championships.[6]

In pair skating, Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov won their first European title, edging out defending champions Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy.[7][8] In the free skate, they set a new free skate world record of 139.23 points, only to have their record broken by the Chinese silver medallists Pang Qing / Tong Jian at the 2010 Olympic Games. In ice dancing, Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin won their second European title, after previously winning in 2008. Federica Faiella / Massimo Scali won their second straight silver medals while the defending champions, Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski, dropped to third.[9][10][11]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

The men's podium at the 2010 European Championships. From left: Stéphane Lambiel (2nd), Evgeni Plushenko (1st), Brian Joubert (3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Evgeni Plushenko  Russia 255.39 1 91.30 1 164.09
2 Stéphane Lambiel   Switzerland 238.54 5 77.75 2 160.79
3 Brian Joubert  France 236.45 2 88.55 3 147.90
4 Michal Březina  Czech Republic 224.74 4 79.60 5 145.14
5 Samuel Contesti  Italy 221.33 7 75.90 4 145.43
6 Yannick Ponsero  France 219.52 3 82.40 7 137.12
7 Alban Préaubert  France 207.61 6 76.37 9 131.24
8 Javier Fernández  Spain 204.83 13 66.50 6 138.33
9 Stefan Lindemann  Germany 203.95 9 70.19 8 133.76
10 Tomáš Verner  Czech Republic 203.18 8 72.75 10 130.43
11 Kevin van der Perren  Belgium 195.48 11 67.72 11 127.76
12 Adrian Schultheiss  Sweden 188.79 12 66.55 13 122.24
13 Anton Kovalevski  Ukraine 186.84 14 65.20 14 121.64
14 Sergei Voronov  Russia 185.38 17 60.27 12 125.11
15 Kristoffer Berntsson  Sweden 183.10 10 69.20 17 113.90
16 Paolo Bacchini  Italy 181.42 16 60.90 15 120.52
17 Viktor Pfeifer  Austria 178.41 15 63.42 16 114.99
18 Gregor Urbas  Slovenia 163.84 20 56.90 18 106.94
19 Zoltán Kelemen  Romania 161.10 18 59.40 20 101.70
20 Jorik Hendrickx  Belgium 161.06 19 58.70 19 102.36
Did not advance to free skating
21 Maciej Cieplucha  Poland 21 56.45
22 Ari-Pekka Nurmenkari  Finland 22 53.55
23 Karel Zelenka  Italy 23 53.09
24 Peter Reitmayer  Slovakia 24 51.35
25 Maxim Shipov  Israel 25 51.21
26 Boris Martinec  Croatia 26 50.49
27 Matthew Parr  United Kingdom 27 49.02
28 Damjan Ostojič  Bosnia and Herzegovina 28 47.96
29 Viktor Romanenkov  Estonia 29 47.60
30 Alexandr Kazakov  Belarus 30 45.97
31 Kutay Eryoldaş  Turkey 31 37.40
32 Boyito Mulder  Netherlands 32 36.38
33 Marton Marko  Hungary 33 35.32
34 Saulius Ambrulevičius  Lithuania 34 34.49
35 Girts Jekabsons  Latvia 35 32.67
36 Georgi Kenchadze  Bulgaria 36 32.02
37 Pierre Balian  Armenia 37 31.82
WD Joffrey Bourdon  Montenegro

Ladies[edit]

The ladies podium at the 2010 European Championships. From left: Laura Lepistö (2nd), Carolina Kostner(1st), Elene Gedevanishvili(3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Carolina Kostner  Italy 173.46 1 65.80 1 107.66
2 Laura Lepistö  Finland 166.37 3 62.96 3 103.41
3 Elene Gedevanishvili  Georgia 164.54 4 60.82 2 103.72
4 Kiira Korpi  Finland 163.68 2 64.26 5 99.42
5 Sarah Meier   Switzerland 157.44 8 54.86 4 102.58
6 Júlia Sebestyén  Hungary 156.77 6 57.44 6 99.33
7 Alena Leonova  Russia 153.57 5 58.26 7 95.31
8 Valentina Marchei  Italy 149.46 7 55.34 8 94.12
9 Ksenia Makarova  Russia 146.85 9 54.06 9 92.79
10 Jelena Glebova  Estonia 138.93 13 50.10 10 88.83
11 Viktoria Helgesson  Sweden 137.10 12 50.86 12 86.24
12 Tuğba Karademir  Turkey 136.42 10 53.88 13 82.54
13 Oksana Gozeva  Russia 135.39 14 47.26 11 88.13
14 Jenna McCorkell  United Kingdom 128.06 11 53.80 17 74.26
15 Ivana Reitmayerová  Slovakia 125.31 15 47.06 14 78.25
16 Sarah Hecken  Germany 121.79 16 46.34 16 75.45
17 Sonia Lafuente  Spain 121.15 17 45.26 15 75.89
18 Natalia Popova  Ukraine 113.35 20 44.30 18 69.05
19 Teodora Poštič  Slovenia 113.35 19 44.46 19 68.89
WD Susanna Pöykiö  Finland 44.68 18 44.68
Did not advance to free skating
21 Tamar Katz  Israel 21 43.70
22 Katsiarina Pakhamovich  Belarus 22 43.54
23 Karly Robertson  United Kingdom 23 41.74
24 Shira Willner  Germany 24 38.10
25 Miriam Ziegler  Austria 25 36.06
26 Mirna Libric  Croatia 26 35.74
27 Martina Bocek  Czech Republic 27 35.08
28 Manouk Gijsman  Netherlands 28 34.96
29 Erle Harstad  Norway 29 34.82
30 Birce Atabey  Turkey 30 33.76
31 Katherine Hadford  Hungary 31 32.66
32 Karina Johnson  Denmark 32 32.16
33 Isabelle Pieman  Belgium 33 30.32
34 Fleur Maxwell  Luxembourg 34 30.18
35 Beatričė Rožinskaitė  Lithuania 35 29.60
36 Clara Peters  Ireland 36 29.42
37 Sabina Paquier  Romania 37 29.38
38 Marina Seeh  Serbia 38 29.32
39 Zanna Pugaca  Latvia 39 29.04
40 Sonia Radeva  Bulgaria 40 26.64
41 Maria Papasotiriou  Greece 41 23.02
WD Joelle Forte  Azerbaijan
WD Sonja Mugoša  Montenegro

Pairs[edit]

The pairs podium at the 2010 European Championships. From left: Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy (2nd), Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov (1st), Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov (3rd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov  Russia 213.15 2 73.92 1 139.23
2 Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy  Germany 211.72 1 74.12 2 137.60
3 Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov  Russia 202.03 3 73.54 3 128.49
4 Tatiana Volosozhar / Stanislav Morozov  Ukraine 187.83 4 67.60 4 120.23
5 Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov  Russia 159.84 5 55.84 6 104.00
6 Nicole Della Monica / Yannick Kocon  Italy 156.80 6 52.64 5 104.16
7 Vanessa James / Yannick Bonheur  France 151.28 7 52.04 7 99.24
8 Anaïs Morand / Antoine Dorsaz   Switzerland 144.95 11 47.88 8 97.07
9 Maylin Hausch / Daniel Wende  Germany 142.76 9 50.66 9 92.10
10 Adeline Canac / Maximin Coia  France 139.73 8 51.24 11 88.49
11 Stacey Kemp / David King  United Kingdom 137.29 13 45.26 10 92.03
12 Erica Risseeuw / Robert Paxton  United Kingdom 130.09 14 43.50 12 86.59
13 Maria Sergejeva / Ilja Glebov  Estonia 129.46 12 47.60 13 81.86
14 Joanna Sulej / Mateusz Chruściński  Poland 124.79 10 48.38 15 76.41
15 Jessica Crenshaw / Chad Tsagris  Greece 115.59 16 36.60 14 78.99
16 Nina Ivanova / Filip Zalevski  Bulgaria 106.31 15 38.56 16 67.75
Did not advance to free skating
17 Lubov Bakirova / Mikalai Kamianchuk  Belarus 17 36.18
18 Danielle Montalbano / Evgeni Krasnopolski  Israel 18 30.90
19 Gabriela Čermanová / Martin Hanulák  Slovakia 19 30.04
20 Viktória Hacht / Kristóf Trefil  Hungary 20 29.34
WD Marika Zanforlin / Federico Degli Esposti  Italy

Ice Dancing[edit]

The ice dancing podium at the 2010 European Championships. From left: Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski (3rd), Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin (1st), Federica Faiella / Massimo Scali (2nd).
Rank Name Nation Total Points CD OD FD
1 Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin  Russia 199.25 1 42.78 2 61.49 2 94.98
2 Federica Faiella / Massimo Scali  Italy 195.86 3 37.47 1 61.68 1 96.71
3 Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski  Russia 189.67 2 37.87 4 58.59 3 93.21
4 Nathalie Péchalat / Fabian Bourzat  France 188.51 5 36.36 3 60.08 4 92.07
5 Sinead Kerr / John Kerr  United Kingdom 184.05 4 36.76 5 57.05 5 90.24
6 Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte  Italy 176.10 6 35.93 9 52.83 6 87.34
7 Alexandra Zaretsky / Roman Zaretsky  Israel 174.91 7 34.63 6 55.92 9 84.36
8 Anna Zadorozhniuk / Sergei Verbillo  Ukraine 171.28 9 32.60 7 54.30 8 84.38
9 Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev  Russia 171.26 8 33.33 8 53.03 7 84.90
10 Nóra Hoffmann / Maxim Zavozin  Hungary 163.21 11 31.53 11 50.02 10 81.66
11 Alla Beknazarova / Vladimir Zuev  Ukraine 162.82 10 32.15 10 51.22 12 79.45
12 Pernelle Carron / Lloyd Jones  France 159.52 12 29.96 12 49.85 11 79.71
13 Caitlin Mallory / Kristjan Rand  Estonia 155.93 15 29.16 15 47.33 13 79.44
14 Zoé Blanc / Pierre-Loup Bouquet  France 147.56 17 27.82 13 48.80 14 70.94
15 Christina Beier / William Beier  Germany 147.36 13 29.41 14 48.45 16 69.50
16 Penny Coomes / Nicholas Buckland  United Kingdom 145.91 16 28.63 16 46.98 15 70.30
Did not advance to free dance
17 Kira Geil / Dmitri Matsjuk  Austria 71.73 14 29.16 19 42.57
18 Kamila Hájková / David Vincour  Czech Republic 71.21 18 25.88 17 45.33
19 Allison Reed / Otar Japaridze  Georgia 66.28 22 22.59 18 43.69
20 Nikola Višňová / Lukáš Csolley  Slovakia 64.57 21 22.61 20 41.96
21 Katelyn Good / Nikolaj Sorensen  Denmark 63.13 20 22.84 21 40.29
22 Federica Testa / Christopher Mior  Italy 61.88 19 23.31 24 38.57
23 Nikki Georgiadis / Graham Hockley  Greece 59.98 24 21.18 23 38.80
24 Oksana Klimova / Sasha Palomäki  Finland 59.85 25 20.99 22 38.86
25 Ramona Elsener / Florian Roost   Switzerland 59.28 23 21.84 25 37.44
26 Lesia Valadzenkava / Vitali Vakunov  Belarus 50.11 26 17.08 26 33.03
WD Virginiya Hoptman / Pavel Filchenkov  Azerbaijan

References[edit]

  1. ^ International Skating Union Communication No. 1565 Entries ISU Championships 2010 PDF
  2. ^ "ISU European Figure Skating Championships 2010 – Day 2". International Skating Union. 20 Jan 2010. Retrieved 20 Jan 2010. 
  3. ^ Kondakova, Anna (20 January 2010). "Plushenko 'satisfied' with short program". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  4. ^ Kondakova, Anna (21 January 2010). "Plushenko wins sixth European title". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  5. ^ Kondakova, Anna (22 January 2010). "Kostner leads at Europeans; Korpi second". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  6. ^ a b Kondakova, Anna (23 January 2010). "Kostner wins third European title". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  7. ^ Kondakova, Anna (19 January 2010). "Germans lead pairs after short program". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  8. ^ Kondakova, Anna (20 January 2010). "Kavaguti and Smirnov win gold, Germans second". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  9. ^ Kondakova, Anna (19 January 2010). "Domnina and Shabalin lead Ice Dance in Tallinn". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  10. ^ Kondakova, Anna (21 January 2010). "Domnina and Shabalin maintain lead after Original Dance". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  11. ^ Kondakova, Anna (22 January 2010). "Domnina and Shabalin win second European title". Goldenskate.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 

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