Figure skating at the 2011 European Youth Olympic Festival

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Figure skating at the 2011 European Youth Olympic Festival
Date: 12 February – 19 February
Season: 2010-2011
Location: Liberec, Czech Republic
Venue: Tipsort Arena
Champions
Men's singles:
Czech Republic Petr Coufal
Ladies' singles:
Russia Polina Agafonova
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Figure skating was competed at the 2011 European Youth Olympic Festival. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles and ladies singles. The event took place in the Tipsort Arena in Liberec, Czech Republic between February 12 and 19, 2011.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia (RUS) 1 1 0 2
2  Czech Republic (CZE) 1 0 0 1
3  Belgium (BEL) 0 1 0 1
4  France (FRA) 0 0 1 1
 Slovakia (SVK) 0 0 1 1
Total 2 2 2 6

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men[1]  Petr Coufal (CZE) 169,73  Maksim Kovtun (RUS) 161,75  Simon Hocquaux (FRA) 151,04
Women[2]  Polina Agafonova (RUS) 164,05  Ira Vannut (BEL) 152,50  Monika Simancikova (SVK) 137,57

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Petr Coufal  Czech Republic 169.73 3 1
2 Maksim Kovtun  Russia 161.75 1 2
3 Simon Hocquaux  France 151.04 4 3
4 Matthias Verslius  Finland 146.96 2 4
5 Slavik Hayrapetyan  Armenia 127.40 5 6
6 Kamil Dymowski  Poland 118.43 12 5
7 Jemie Whiteman  United Kingdom 118.37 10 8
8 Anton Kempf  Germany 117.53 11 7
9 Victor Bustamante  Spain 117.52 6 9
10 Carlo Roethlisberger   Switzerland 110.87 9 10
11 Carlo Vittorio Palermo  Italy 108.87 7 12
12 Nicky Obreykov  Sweden 108.17 8 11
13 Burak Demirboga  Turkey 97.14 13 14
14 Peter Novella  Slovakia 94.74 16 13
15 Pavel Strakach  Belarus 91.53 14 15
16 Arturas Ganzela  Lithuania 91.04 15 16
17 Samuel Koppel  Estonia 81.26 17 17
18 Mislav Blagojevic  Croatia 64.46 18 18

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Polina Agafonova  Russia 164.05 1 1
2 Ira Vannut  Belgium 152.50 2 2
3 Monika Simancikova  Slovakia 137.57 4 3
4 Lénaëlle Gilleron-Gory  France 136.27 3 4
5 Alina Fjodorova  Latvia 122.80 5 8
6 Alina Milevska  Ukraine 121.18 6 9
7 Rebecka Emanuelsson  Sweden 120.94 15 5
8 Timila Shrestha  Finland 118.21 10 6
9 Patricia Gleščič  Slovenia 116.89 7 10
10 Victoria Hubler  Austria 116.38 13 7
11 Jasmine Alexandra Costa  Estonia 115.89 8 11
12 Christina Erdel  Germany 111.11 9 14
13 Anita Anderberg Madsen  Denmark 105.03 19 13
14 Tina Sturzinger   Switzerland 104.57 23 12
15 Regina Borbely  Hungary 104.34 14 16
16 Caterina Andermacher  Italy 104.27 18 15
17 Kseniya Bakusheva  Belarus 102.28 17 17
18 Marta Grigoryan  Armenia 100.58 16 19
19 Rimgaile Meskaite  Lithuania 99.97 15 20
20 Eliska Brezinova  Czech Republic 98.57 11 22
21 Sabina Ionana Mariuta  Romania 97.54 21 18
22 Natasha McKay  United Kingdom 95.75 22 21
23 María Jiménez  Spain 89.42 24 23
24 Paulina Turkowska  Poland 88.49 20 24
25 Petra Juric  Croatia 83.48 25 27
26 Isabella Schuster  Greece 82.07 26 26
27 Nora Kristine Stenersen  Norway 81.00 27 25
28 Heidbjort Arney Hoskuldsdottir  Iceland 77.46 28 28
29 Ecem Ertenli  Turkey 62.14 29 29
30 Arijana Tirak  Bosnia and Herzegovina 49.19 30 30

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men Official Overall Results". eyowf2011.cz. European Youth Winter Olympic Festival. 
  2. ^ "Women Official Overall Results". eyowf2011.cz. European Youth Winter Olympic Festival.