2012 Russian Figure Skating Championships

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2012 Russian Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Date: 25 – 29 December 2011 (S)
5–7 February 2012 (J)
Season: 2011–2012
Location: Saransk (S) / Khimki (J)
Host: Figure Skating Federation of Russia
Venue: Ice Palace (S)
Champions
Men's singles:
Evgeni Plushenko (S)
Zhan Bush (J)
Ladies' singles:
Adelina Sotnikova (S)
Yulia Lipnitskaya (J)
Pair skating:
Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov (S)
Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat (J)
Ice dancing:
Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev (S)
Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin (J)
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The 2012 Russian Figure Skating Championships (Russian: Чемпионат России по фигурному катанию на коньках 2012) were the national championships of Russia for the 2011–2012 season. The senior competition was held from December 25–29, 2011 in Saransk while the junior competition was held from February 5–7, 2012 in Khimki. Skaters competed for the title of 2012 Russian national champions in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

The results were among the criteria used to select the teams sent to the 2012 European Championships, the 2012 World Junior Championships, and the 2012 World Championships.

Senior Championships[edit]

Schedule of events[edit]

Local time, UTC/GMT +04:00:[1]

  • Sunday, December 25
    • 14:00–14:30 – Opening ceremony
    • 14:45–16:15 – Short dance
    • 16:30–18:30 – Pairs' short
    • 18:45–21:15 – Men's short
  • Monday, December 26
    • 14:00–16:30 – Ladies' short
    • 16:45–19:45 – Men's free
    • 20:00–22:00 – Free dance
  • Tuesday, December 27
    • 16:00–18:25 – Pairs' free
    • 18:40–21:30 – Ladies' free
  • Wednesday, December 28
    • 16:00–16:30 – Medal ceremonies
    • 16:45–19:15 – Exhibitions

Results[edit]

Overview[edit]

Top pairs' teams Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov and Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov appealed to the president of the Russian Figure Skating Federation, Alexander Gorshkov, to release them on medical grounds from participating in the championship, which is part of the selection process for the European and World Championships. Gorshkov said the pairs had earned their berths by virtue of their strong Grand Prix results and granted their exemptions from the Russian Championships.[2] Nikolai Morozov, the coach of Grand Prix Final bronze medalist Alena Leonova, said she had also already earned her place in the team and could have missed the event but she chose to compete.[3]

Evgeni Plushenko placed first in the men's short program, with Artur Gachinski and Zhan Bush in second and third respectively.[4] Plushenko won his ninth national title.[5] Gachinski won silver and Voronov climbed from fifth after the short to take the bronze medal.[6][7][8]

Adelina Sotnikova won the ladies' short program, Ksenia Makarova was second, and Yulia Lipnitskaya third.[9] Sotnikova won her third national title, Lipnitskaya won silver, and Leonova took bronze.[7][8][10] In the free skate, Lipnitskaya earned the highest TES (technical elements score), followed by 12-year-olds Radionova and Medvedeva,[11] who were ineligible for junior international competitions.

Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov took the lead in the pairs' short program, with Anastasia Martiusheva / Alexei Rogonov and Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov in second and third.[12] Bazarova / Larionov won their first national title, while Stolbova / Klimov won silver and Martiusheva / Rogonov the bronze.[7][8][13]

Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev placed first in the short dance, with Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov and Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko in second and third respectively.[14] Bobrova / Soloviev won their second national title, Ilinykh / Katsalapov won silver, and Riazanova / Tkachenko held on for the bronze although Pushkash / Guerreiro were third in the free dance.[8][15] Riazanova was injured a couple of weeks before the event; she sustained a concussion and a broken nose when her partner accidentally elbowed her in practice.[7][15]

The team to the European Championships was named on December 28, 2011.[16] The World team was announced on February 23, 2012, but only two ladies were confirmed,[17] with the third lady (Makarova) confirmed on March 14.[18]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP FS
1 Evgeni Plushenko St. Petersburg 259.67 1 88.24 1 171.43
2 Artur Gachinski St. Petersburg 249.58 2 83.52 2 166.06
3 Sergei Voronov Moscow 240.79 5 76.35 3 164.44
4 Zhan Bush St. Petersburg/Chelyabinsk 223.30 3 81.81 6 141.49
5 Artur Dmitriev, Jr. Moscow/St. Petersburg 220.29 4 79.69 7 140.60
6 Ivan Bariev Moscow 219.87 10 69.56 4 150.31
7 Konstantin Menshov St. Petersburg 219.28 6 74.19 5 145.09
8 Gordei Gorshkov St. Petersburg 210.28 8 69.84 8 140.44
9 Stanislav Kovalev Moscow 203.33 11 68.10 9 135.23
10 Artem Grigoriev Moscow 201.06 7 72.90 10 128.16
11 Artem Borodulin Moscow 194.81 9 69.76 12 125.05
12 Maxim Kovtun Ekaterinburg 193.93 12 66.11 11 127.82
13 Mark Shakhmatov Moscow 178.35 17 58.20 13 120.15
14 Stanislav Samokhin Moscow 169.73 14 63.45 16 106.28
15 Feodosiy Efremenkov Moscow 166.07 16 59.57 15 106.50
16 Alexander Stepanov St. Petersburg 165.34 18 54.73 14 110.61
17 Vladislav Sezganov St. Petersburg 164.19 15 61.10 17 103.09
WD Ivan Tretiakov Moscow 13 64.51

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points[19] SP[20] FS[11]
1 Adelina Sotnikova Moscow 193.71 1 68.65 2 125.06
2 Yulia Lipnitskaya Moscow 191.65 3 63.11 1 128.54
3 Alena Leonova Saint Petersburg 178.15 5 59.95 3 118.20
4 Ksenia Makarova Saint Petersburg 175.49 2 64.30 6 111.19
5 Elena Radionova Moscow 174.81 6 59.10 5 115.71
6 Elizaveta Tuktamysheva Saint Petersburg 174.40 7 58.32 4 116.08
7 Polina Korobeynikova Moscow 165.57 8 57.64 9 107.93
8 Evgenia Medvedeva Moscow 161.74 11 53.21 8 108.53
9 Sofia Biryukova Moscow 156.11 4 60.95 14 95.16
10 Polina Shelepen Moscow 154.78 17 45.44 7 109.34
11 Anna Shershak Moscow 152.11 9 55.29 13 96.82
12 Evgenia Gerasimova Saint Petersburg 152.02 13 52.58 10 99.44
13 Maria Artemieva Saint Petersburg 148.44 10 55.25 15 93.19
14 Polina Agafonova Saint Petersburg 148.14 15 50.30 11 97.84
15 Alexandra Deeva Moscow 144.50 12 53.21 16 91.29
16 Sofia Mishina Moscow 143.74 16 46.55 13 97.19
17 Anna Ovcharova Moscow 134.67 14 52.51 18 82.16
18 Maria Stavitskaia Saint Petersburg 130.72 18 43.10 17 87.62

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP FS
1 Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov Saransk 194.86 1 68.83 1 126.03
2 Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov Saint Petersburg 182.13 3 58.46 2 123.67
3 Anastasia Martiusheva / Alexei Rogonov Moscow 179.94 2 60.25 3 119.69
4 Katarina Gerboldt / Alexander Enbert Saint Petersburg 174.39 5 56.67 4 117.72
5 Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat Moscow 168.79 7 53.32 5 115.47
6 Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze Moscow 167.74 4 57.00 6 110.74
7 Ekaterina Petaikina / Maxim Kurdyukov Moscow 157.46 8 51.25 7 106.21
8 Tatiana Novik / Andrei Novoselov Moscow 155.96 6 54.09 8 101.87
9 Tatiana Tudvaseva / Sergei Lisiev Saransk 142.78 9 49.00 9 93.78
10 Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev Perm 135.98 11 42.90 10 93.08
11 Oksana Nagalatiy / Konstantin Bezmaternikh Saint Petersburg 122.98 10 45.34 12 77.64
12 Jana Volkova / Alexei Petryanin Perm 114.34 12 33.08 11 81.26

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SD FD
1 Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev Moscow 171.47 1 70.23 1 101.24
2 Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov Moscow 161.94 2 66.94 2 95.00
3 Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko Moscow Oblast 154.65 3 65.22 4 89.43
4 Ekaterina Pushkash / Jonathan Guerreiro Moscow 150.57 4 60.25 3 90.32
5 Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin Moscow 146.28 5 58.27 5 88.01
6 Valeria Starygina / Ivan Volobuiev Moscow 128.43 6 54.67 7 73.76
7 Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov Moscow 120.88 7 48.68 8 72.20
8 Anna Polikarpova / Maxim Kirillov Tolyatti 119.57 9 45.64 6 73.93
9 Anastasia Kabanova / Nikolai Babin Moscow Oblast 114.85 8 46.24 9 68.61
10 Evgenia Shakhtarina / Denis Kozlov Kirov 92.53 10 35.69 10 56.84

Junior Championships[edit]

The 2012 Russian Junior Championships (Russian: Первенство России 2012) were held in Novogorsk, Khimki from 5–7 February 2012.[21][22]

The schedule of events:[21]

  • Sunday, February 5
    • 14:00–16:30 – Men's short
    • 17:35–19:30 – Pairs' short
    • 19:45–21:15 – Short dance
  • Monday, February 6
    • 14:00–16:30 – Ladies' short
    • 16:45-19:30 – Men's free
    • 19:45-21:30 – Free dance
  • Tuesday, February 7
    • 13:00–15:15 – Pairs' free
    • 15:30–18:00 – Ladies' free

Results[edit]

Overview[edit]

Zhan Bush won the junior men's title.[23] He and Artur Dmitriev, Jr. received Russia's two berths to the World Junior Championships.[24]

Adelina Sotnikova and Elizaveta Tuktamysheva were released from competing at the Russian Junior Championships and automatically assigned to the World Junior Championships.[25] Yulia Lipnitskaya won the ladies' junior title, followed by Polina Shelepen and Elena Radionova.[23] Lipnitskaya received the last available spot to Junior Worlds.[24][26]

Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat won the junior pairs' title while Ekaterina Petaikina / Maxim Kurdyukov were the silver medalists and Kamilla Gainetdinova / Ivan Bich the bronze medalists.[23] Deputat was released by Ukraine to skate for Russia at the World Junior Championships, along with the other medalists.[24][27] In the free skate, Gainetdinova/Bich successfully landed side-by-side (sbs) triple lutzes, receiving 6.70 points for the element, and also included a sbs triple loop, double axel sequence, receiving 5.99 points due to some negative grades of execution.[23]

Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin won gold while Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin took silver and Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin the bronze.[23] Along with Sinitsina / Zhiganshin and Stepanova / Bukin, Anna Yanovskaia / Sergei Mozgov were selected for Junior Worlds due to their Junior Grand Prix results.[24]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP FS
1 Zhan Bush Saint Petersburg / Chelyabinsk 224.08 1 76.70 1 147.38
2 Artur Dmitriev, Jr. Moscow / Saint Petersburg 200.89 2 74.66 4 126.23
3 Maxim Kovtun Yekaterinburg 193.95 5 65.21 2 128.74
4 Feodosiy Efremenkov Moscow 193.45 4 66.92 3 126.53
5 Konstantin Milyukov Kazan 186.23 7 60.08 5 126.15
6 Mikhail Kolyada Saint Petersburg 183.87 3 72.82 10 111.05
7 Vladislav Tarasenko Saint Petersburg 179.59 11 56.22 6 123.37
8 Moris Kvitelashvili Moscow 176.73 9 58.05 7 118.68
9 Alexei Genya Moscow Oblast 174.94 6 60.08 8 114.86
10 Makar Ignatov Saint Petersburg 169.93 10 56.85 9 113.08
11 Adian Pitkeev Moscow 162.73 8 59.54 12 103.19
12 Alexander Petrov Saint Petersburg 160.49 13 54.12 11 106.37
13 Andrei Lazukin T / S 153.55 12 55.54 15 98.01
14 Alexei Krasnozhon Saint Petersburg 153.29 14 51.36 14 101.93
15 Andrei Zuber Saint Petersburg 146.00 16 43.24 13 102.76
16 Vasili Velikov Saint Petersburg 142.80 15 49.49 16 93.31
WD Alexander Samarin Moscow

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP FS
1 Yulia Lipnitskaya Moscow 191.92 1 65.28 1 126.64
2 Polina Shelepen Moscow 182.54 2 61.93 3 120.61
3 Elena Radionova Moscow 178.94 4 57.19 2 121.75
4 Polina Agafonova Saint Petersburg 170.69 3 60.59 4 110.10
5 Anna Shershak Moscow 162.26 6 54.92 6 107.34
6 Evgenia Medvedeva Moscow 158.50 7 54.86 7 103.64
7 Natalia Ogoreltseva I / S 156.45 11 48.83 5 107.62
8 Kristina Zaseeva Moscow 148.73 5 56.87 12 91.86
9 Evgenia Gerasimova Saint Petersburg 147.38 13 46.29 8 101.09
10 Maria Stavitskaia Saint Petersburg 146.80 10 48.90 10 97.90
11 Uliana Titushkina Saint Petersburg 145.91 12 47.91 9 98.00
12 Serafima Sakhanovich Saint Petersburg 143.89 9 50.28 11 93.61
13 Anna Pogorilaya Moscow 142.38 8 50.96 13 91.42
14 Alsu Kayumova Moscow 128.19 16 41.14 14 87.05
15 Arina Petrova Saint Petersburg 126.24 14 45.22 17 81.02
16 Alexandra Deeva Moscow 122.02 18 36.71 15 85.31
17 Аlina Кaravaeva Saint Petersburg 121.13 17 38.93 16 82.20
18 Sofya Mishina Moscow 106.81 15 43.34 18 63.47

Junior pairs[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP FS
1 Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat Moscow 169.83 1 55.06 1 114.77
2 Ekaterina Petaikina / Maxim Kurdyukov Moscow 163.65 2 54.81 2 108.84
3 Kamilla Gainetdinova / Ivan Bich Saint Petersburg 161.30 3 53.92 3 107.38
4 Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev Perm 145.54 4 48.67 4 96.87
5 Tatiana Tudvaseva / Sergei Lisiev Saransk, Mordovia 131.91 7 45.49 5 86.42
6 Ekaterina Kuklina / Maxim Petukhov Perm 124.51 6 45.60 6 78.91
7 Alexandra Vasilieva / Yuri Shevchuk Saint Petersburg 123.63 8 45.20 7 78.43
8 Kristina Bogdanova / Andrei Kositsin Saint Petersburg 116.40 5 46.53 11 69.87
9 Anastasia Ragozina / Vladislav Perebatov Perm 115.68 10 43.47 10 72.21
10 Daria Beklemisheva / Nikita Ermolaev Saint Petersburg 114.43 11 40.67 8 73.76
11 Jana Volkova / Alexei Petryanin Perm 111.40 12 38.59 9 72.81
WD Ekaterina Krutskikh / Vladimir Morozov Moscow 9 44.34

Junior ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SD FD
1 Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin Moscow 158.23 1 66.28 1 91.95
2 Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin Moscow 155.72 2 64.48 2 91.24
3 Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin Moscow 142.30 3 61.43 4 80.87
4 Anna Yanovskaia / Sergei Mozgov Moscow 136.41 4 55.47 3 80.94
5 Evgenia Kosigina / Nikolai Moroshkin Moscow Oblast 132.72 5 55.18 5 77.54
6 Sofia Evdokimova / Egor Bazin Tolyatti 128.41 7 52.74 7 75.67
7 Maria Simonova / Dmitri Dragun Tolyatti 127.28 9 49.98 6 77.30
8 Valeria Loseva / Denis Lunin Moscow 123.99 8 51.77 8 72.22
9 Daria Morozova / Mikhail Zhirnov Moscow 117.77 6 55.03 12 62.74
10 Кristina Baklanova / Andrei Bagin Moscow 117.35 10 48.57 9 68.78
11 Ksenia Korobkova / Daniil Gleichengauz Moscow 110.68 12 46.09 11 64.59
12 Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko Moscow 110.28 13 43.16 10 67.12
13 Anastasia Skoptsova / Nikita Nazarov Moscow Oblast 107.15 11 47.81 13 59.34
14 Viktoria Sheneva / Pavel Golovishnikov Moscow 99.00 14 42.79 14 56.21
15 Daria Malaeva / Vladislav Ishin Tolyatti 92.07 15 37.71 15 54.36

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