Russia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Russia
Russia
Member station Russia TV, Carousel (TV channel)
National selection events Junior Eurosong(2005)
Junior Eurovision(2006-)
Appearances
Appearances 9
First appearance 2005
Best result 1st: 2006
Worst result 9th: 2005
External links
Russia's page at Eurovision.tv

Russia first competed in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005. Their first win came in 2006, when the Tomachevy Twins won for Russia with "Vesenniy Jazz".

RTR has represented Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The broadcaster has selected Ekaterina Ryabova to represent Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Kiev with the song "Malenkiy prints".[1]Ekaterina Ryabova represented Russia once again in 2011 with the song "Kak Romeo i Dzhulyetta". She was also the first returning artist in the history of the Junior Eurovision.

Contestants[edit]

Table key
  Winner
  Second place
  Third place
  Last place
Year Artist Language Title Place Points
2005 Vladislav Krutskikh Russian "Doroga k solntsu" (Дорога к солнцу) 9 66
2006 Tomachevy Twins Russian "Vesenniy dzhaz" (Весенний джаз) 1 154
2007 Alexandra Golovchenko Russian "Otlichnitsa" (Отличница) 6 105
2008 Mikhail Puntov Russian "Spit angel" (Спит ангел) 7 73
2009 Ekaterina Ryabova Russian "Malenkiy prints" (Маленький принц) 2 116
2010 Sasha Lazin & Liza Drozd Russian, English "Boy and Girl" 2 119
2011 Ekaterina Ryabova Russian "Romeo i Dzhulyetta" (Ромео и Джульетта) 4 [note 1] 99
2012 Lerika Russian, English "Sensatsiya" (Сенсация) 4 88
2013 Dayana Kirillova Russian "Mechtay" (Мечтай) 4 106
2014

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Russia tied for third-highest score with Belarus, both receiving 99 points, but the official scoreboard [1] ranks Belarus as third and Russia as fourth. This is consistent with the tie-breaking rule that the song that received points from the most countries ranks higher in the case of a tie. However the scoreboard for the 2009 contest lists a tie for second place between Russia and Armenia, because they both received points from every country. [2].

Voting history[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bakkar, Sietse (2009-06-05). "Ekaterina Ryabova to represent Russia this year". EBU. Retrieved 2009-06-08.