2013 Russian Figure Skating Championships

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2013 Russian Figure Skating Championships
Type: National championship
Date: 24–28 December 2012 (S)
1–3 February 2013 (J)
Season: 2012–2013
Location: Sochi (S) / Saransk (J)
Host: Figure Skating Federation of Russia
Champions
Men's singles:
Evgeni Plushenko (S)
Mikhail Kolyada (J)
Ladies' singles:
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva (S)
Elena Radionova (J)
Pair skating:
Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov (S)
Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin (J)
Ice dancing:
Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev (S)
Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin (J)
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The 2013 Russian Figure Skating Championships (Russian: Чемпионат России по фигурному катанию на коньках 2013) were the national championships of Russia for the 2012–2013 season. The senior event was held from 25–28 December 2012 in Sochi. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The results are among the criteria used to select Russia's teams sent to the 2013 European and World Championships. The Russian Junior Championships – one of the criteria used to select competitors for the 2013 World Junior Championships – was held from 1–3 February 2013 in Saransk.

Senior Championships[edit]

Schedule of events:[1]

  • Tuesday, 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
  • Wednesday, December 26
    • 14:00–16:30 – Ladies' short
    • 16:45–19:45 – Men's free
    • 20:00–22:00 – Free dance
  • Thursday, December 27
    • 16:00–18:25 – Pairs' free
    • 18:40–21:30 – Ladies' free
  • Friday, December 28
    • 14:00–14:30 – Medal ceremonies
    • 14:45–17:15 – Exhibitions

Overview[edit]

The list of entries was announced on 13 December 2012.[2] Julia Lipnitskaia, Polina Shelepen, and Uliana Titushkina withdrew from the ladies' event to recover from injuries and were replaced by the three reserves, Tatiana Fedoseeva, Julia Li, and Nikol Gosviani. Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov withdrew from the pairs' event. Aleksandr Gorshkov said that Larionov had boot problems and could not endanger his partner.[3] They were replaced by Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov. Artem Borodulin withdrew from the men's event and was replaced by Adian Pitkeev. Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov withdrew from the ice dancing event but were not replaced due to a lack of reserves. Officials decided to test a new security system involving a background check at the event.[4] A couple of minor earthquakes occurred in Sochi but not during any skating. One occurred before the event.[5] Another quake occurred at 2:30 am on 26 December[6][7] – its epicenter was more than 150 kilometers (93 miles) away in the Black Sea.[8]

Evgeni Plushenko took the lead in the men's short program, with Sergei Voronov and Maxim Kovtun in second and third respectively.[6] Plushenko also placed first in the long program and took his 10th national title, while Voronov took silver and Konstantin Menshov the bronze.[9][10]

Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev were first in the short dance, followed by Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov and Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin.[11] Bobrova / Soloviev also placed first in the free dance and won their third national title, while Ilinykh / Katsalapov repeated as silver medalists and Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko as bronze medalists.[10][12]

Elizaveta Tuktamysheva took the lead in the ladies' short program ahead of three-time champion Adelina Sotnikova and Elena Radionova.[7] Tuktamysheva fell ill before the free skate and her coach Alexei Mishin initially indicated that she would withdraw, but later she and her team decided she would compete. Tuktamysheva said, "I might find myself in an even worse situation in the future. I have to know how to handle it, so we decided to skate."[13] She won her first national title, while Radionova won silver in her second appearance at the event and Sotnikova took the bronze.[10][13]

Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov placed first in the pairs' short program, ahead of Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov and Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov.[14] Volosozhar / Trankov won their second national title, Kavaguti / Smirnov won silver, and Stolbova / Klimov the bronze.[10][15]

Russia's team for the 2013 European Championships was announced on 28 December:[16][17][18]

  • Men: Plushenko, Voronov, Kovtun
  • Ladies: Tuktamysheva, Sotnikova, Gosviani
  • Pairs: Volosozhar / Trankov, Kavaguti / Smirnov, Bazarova / Larionov
  • Ice dancing: Bobrova / Soloviev, Ilinykh / Katsalapov, Riazanova / Tkachenko

The president of the Russian skating federation, Aleksandr Gorshkov, said the results of the European Championships and Russian Cup Final would be considered in selecting the team to the 2013 World Championships.[16]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[19] FS[19]
1 Evgeni Plushenko SPB 265.94 1 91.68 1 174.26
2 Sergei Voronov MSK 254.06 2 87.69 2 166.37
3 Konstantin Menshov SBP 228.88 6 73.88 3 155.00
4 Artur Gachinski SPB 227.46 4 74.58 4 152.88
5 Maxim Kovtun MSK 225.02 3 75.38 5 149.64
6 Vladislav Sezganov SPB 209.78 9 65.81 6 143.97
7 Mikhail Kolyada SPB 208.96 5 74.46 9 134.50
8 Alexander Samarin MSK 205.35 10 65.34 7 140.01
9 Artur Dmitriev, Jr. MSK 204.24 7 73.78 11 130.46
10 Alexander Petrov SPB 203.57 8 67.38 8 135.74
11 Mark Shakhmatov MSK 192.30 12 61.36 10 130.94
12 Zhan Bush SPB 190.15 11 62.60 12 127.55
13 Andrei Lazukin SPB 184.54 16 60.51 13 124.13
14 Alexei Genya MOB 182.89 14 60.66 14 122.23
15 Adian Pitkeev MSK 179.54 15 60.65 15 118.89
16 Artem Lezheez SPB 174.86 15 59.63 16 115.23
17 Feodosiy Efremenkov MSK 173.04 18 59.01 17 114.03
18 Vladislav Smirnov SPB 161.05 13 60.95 18 100.10

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[19] FS[19]
1 Elizaveta Tuktamysheva SPB 196.57 1 69.50 1 127.07
2 Elena Radionova MSK 191.26 3 64.58 2 126.68
3 Adelina Sotnikova MSK 190.75 2 66.99 3 123.76
4 Serafima Sakhanovich SPB 177.37 9 56.50 4 120.87
5 Anna Pogorilaya MSK 176.58 5 60.45 5 116.13
6 Nikol Gosviani SPB 170.67 8 57.77 6 112.90
7 Alena Leonova MSK 169.64 6 59.64 8 110.00
8 Ksenia Makarova SPB 163.83 12 53.36 7 110.47
9 Alsu Kayumova MSK 163.51 10 53.89 9 109.62
10 Polina Korobeynikova MSK 163.04 4 60.85 11 102.19
11 Maria Stavitskaia SPB 161.49 11 53.40 10 108.09
12 Evgenia Gerasimova SPB 156.05 7 59.57 14 96.48
13 Natalia Ogoreltseva SPI 150.88 14 51.16 12 99.72
14 Elizaveta Yushenko MSK 149.77 13 51.40 13 98.37
15 Julia Li MSK 142.43 16 47.56 15 94.87
16 Alina Maximova MSK 138.02 15 50.66 17 87.36
17 Sofia Biryukova MSK 135.69 17 46.98 16 88.71
18 Tatiana Fedoseeva MSK 129.41 18 44.71 18 84.70

Pairs[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[19] FS[19]
1 Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov MSK 228.92 1 78.69 1 150.23
2 Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov SPB 207.37 2 70.19 2 137.18
3 Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov SPB 195.46 3 67.78 3 127.68
4 Julia Antipova / Nodari Maisuradze MSK 178.80 6 56.96 4 121.84
5 Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov MSK 164.29 8 52.93 5 111.36
6 Anastasia Martiusheva / Alexei Rogonov MSK 161.88 5 57.65 8 104.23
7 Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat MSK 161.76 4 58.30 9 103.46
8 Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin MSK 160.03 7 54.30 6 105.73
9 Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev PRM 154.38 10 51.92 10 102.46
10 Kristina Astakhova / Maxim Kurdyukov MSK 153.78 11 49.00 7 104.78
11 Ekaterina Petaikina / Konstantin Bezmaternikh MSK 145.42 9 52.91 11 92.51
12 Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov PRM 116.79 12 36.26 12 80.53

Ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SD[19] FD[19]
1 Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev MSK 174.72 1 68.05 1 106.76
2 Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov MSK 171.67 2 66.14 2 105.53
3 Ekaterina Riazanova / Ilia Tkachenko MOB 163.87 5 59.88 3 103.99
4 Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin MSK 155.63 3 61.90 5 93.73
5 Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin MSK 153.97 4 60.03 4 93.94
6 Ekaterina Pushkash / Jonathan Guerreiro MSK 143.11 6 57.19 6 85.92
7 Valeria Starygina / Ivan Volobuiev MSK 126.99 7 48.32 7 78.67
8 Tatiana Baturintseva / Andrei Nevskiy MOB 95.35 8 36.24 8 59.11
9 Daria Seminikhina / Jan Glazkov SMR 88.06 9 31.15 9 56.91

Junior Championships[edit]

The junior event was held from 31 January – 3 February 2013 in Saransk.

Mikhail Kolyada won the junior men's title while Alexander Samarin and Alexander Petrov won silver and bronze respectively.

JGP Final champion Elena Radionova won the junior ladies' event ahead of Serafima Sakhanovich and Maria Sotskova, both of whom were age-ineligible for junior internationals. 2012 World Junior champion Julia Lipnitskaia finished 5th in her first competition since recovering from a concussion.

JGP Final champions Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin took the junior pairs' title, with silver going to Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov, who had finished ahead of them at the senior Russian Championships. The winners attempted no side-by-side triples but the silver and bronze medalists successfully performed at least one set.[20] Kamilla Gainetdinova / Ivan Bich landed a SBS triple lutz, double toe combination at the start of their program and SBS triple toes after the half-way mark.[20] They beat the JGP Final bronze medalists, Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev, for the bronze. JGP Final silver medalists Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat withdrew due to Davankova's leg injury.[21]

JGP Final champions Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin withdrew due to Bukin's sinusitis.[21] They were automatically named in the Russian team to Junior Worlds. In their absence, Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin won the junior ice dancing title ahead of Evgenia Kosigina / Nikolai Moroshkin and Anna Yanovskaia / Sergei Mozgov.

The team to the World Junior Championships was announced on 5 February 2013.[22]

  • Men: Kolyada, Samarin
  • Ladies: Radionova, Lipnitskaia, Pogorilaya
  • Pairs: Fedorova / Miroshkin, Tarasova / Morozov, Gainetdinova / Bich
  • Ice dancing: Zenkova / Sinitsin, Kosigina / Moroshkin, Stepanova / Bukin

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[20] FS[20]
1 Mikhail Kolyada SPB 227.32 1 77.63 1 149.69
2 Alexander Samarin Moscow 215.81 2 71.88 3 143.93
3 Alexander Petrov SPB 211.92 7 66.55 2 145.37
4 Adian Pitkeev Moscow 207.07 4 68.72 4 138.35
5 Artem Lezheev SPB 201.17 8 66.53 5 134.64
6 Murad Kurbanov Moscow 201.16 6 66.56 6 134.60
7 Vladislav Tarasenko SPB 201.12 3 71.01 10 130.11
8 Andrei Lazukin S/S 199.24 9 66.40 8 132.84
9 Alexei Genya Moscow Oblast 197.69 11 63.24 7 134.45
10 Feodosiy Efremenkov Moscow 193.92 10 63.33 9 130.59
11 Andrei Zuber SPB 187.55 14 59.63 11 127.92
12 Alexei Krasnozhon SPB 178.06 5 67.21 17 110.85
13 Roman Savosin Moscow 176.81 12 62.70 13 114.11
14 Moris Kvitelashvili Moscow 173.28 13 62.16 15 111.12
15 Vladislav Smirnov SPB 173.05 17 55.00 12 118.05
16 Vladimir Samoilov Moscow 172.46 15 58.52 14 113.94
17 Кonstantin Milyukov Kazan 168.08 16 56.99 16 111.09

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[20] FS[20]
1 Elena Radionova Moscow 200.19 1 68.45 1 131.74
2 Serafima Sakhanovich SPB 191.55 2 67.49 2 124.06
3 Maria Sotskova Moscow 181.12 7 58.83 3 122.29
4 Evgenia Medvedeva Moscow 180.19 5 61.35 4 118.84
5 Julia Lipnitskaia Moscow 178.56 3 67.03 6 111.53
6 Anna Pogorilaya Moscow 170.86 8 58.34 5 112.52
7 Valentina Chernyshova SPB 165.49 4 62.17 8 103.32
8 Evgenia Gerasimova SPB 161.79 6 58.84 9 102.95
9 Julia Li Moscow 157.13 11 54.98 11 102.15
10 Maria Stavitskaia SPB 157.02 15 52.46 7 104.56
11 Anastasia Kolomiets SPB 156.86 12 54.80 12 102.06
12 Valeria Evseeva MSK 155.94 14 53.54 10 102.40
13 Elizabet Tursynbaeva Moscow 151.20 13 53.73 13 97.47
14 Alsu Kayumova Moscow 149.56 10 55.07 15 94.49
15 Kristina Zaseeva Moscow 149.33 9 57.98 16 91.35
16 Elizaveta Yushenko Moscow 145.72 17 49.80 14 95.92
17 Arina Petrova SPB 134.43 16 51.53 17 82.90
18 Polina Platkova SAR 101.84 18 32.50 18 69.34

Junior pairs[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[20] FS[20]
1 Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin Moscow 176.17 2 57.51 1 118.66
2 Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov M/K 171.47 1 60.23 3 111.24
3 Kamilla Gainetdinova / Ivan Bich SPB 170.69 4 53.21 2 117.48
4 Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev Perm 167.88 3 56.91 4 110.97
5 Arina Cherniavskaia / Antonio Souza-Kordeiru Moscow 136.58 7 44.49 5 92.09
6 Valeria Grechukhina / Andrei Filonov Moscow 128.23 6 46.45 7 81.78
7 Anastasia Gubanova / Alexei Sintsov Perm 127.88 9 41.35 6 86.53
8 Oksana Nagalaty / Maxim Bobrov SPB 125.98 5 46.83 8 79.15
9 Alexandra Minina / Alexander Korovin Saransk 114.47 11 35.57 9 78.90
10 Anastasia Dolidze / Vadim Ivanov Moscow 103.90 10 41.10 11 62.80
11 Vlada Mishina / Alexander Kurmachev Moscow 103.71 12 33.38 10 70.33
WD Ekaterina Borisova / Sergei Lisiev Saransk 8 43.54

Junior ice dancing[edit]

Rank Name Region Total points SP[20] FS[20]
1 Valeria Zenkova / Valerie Sinitsin Moscow 143.99 1 58.62 3 85.37
2 Evgenia Kosigina / Nikolai Moroshkin Moscow Oblast 143.26 3 56.06 2 87.20
3 Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov Moscow 142.88 4 55.15 1 87.73
4 Daria Morozova / Mikhail Zhirnov Moscow 135.13 2 56.19 4 78.94
5 Sofia Evdokimova / Egor Bazin Tolyatti 130.78 6 53.17 5 77.61
6 Kristina Baklanova / Andrei Bagin Moscow 129.35 5 54.05 7 75.30
7 Betina Popova / Yuri Vlasenko Moscow 128.16 8 50.97 6 77.19
8 Maria Simonova / Dmitri Dragun Tolyatti 124.73 7 52.25 9 72.48
9 Valeria Loseva / Denis Lunin Moscow 121.28 9 46.86 8 74.42
10 Eva Khachaturian / Igor Eremenko Moscow 108.92 11 42.47 10 66.45
11 Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd Moscow 107.26 12 41.22 11 66.04
12 Ekaterina Bocharova / Anton Shibnev Moscow 105.40 10 42.97 14 62.43
13 Anastasia Voronkova / Nikita Trushkov Moscow 104.89 13 40.62 12 64.27
14 Elizaveta Tretyakova / Alexander Savin Moscow 103.52 14 40.40 13 63.12
15 Daria Malaeva / Vladislav Ishin Tolyatti 97.11 15 38.51 15 58.60

References[edit]

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