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Who won women’s figure skating?

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Asked by: Cynthia Rodriguez

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Figure Skating: Women’s Singles › Points
Gold Anna Shcherbakova Russian Olympic Committee 255.95
Silver Alexandra Trusova Russian Olympic Committee 251.73
Bronze Kaori Sakamoto Japan 233.13

Who won the women’s ice skating last night?

Mariah Bell, ‘Ancient’ at 25, Wins U.S. Figure Skating Title and a Spot in Beijing. Bell was named to the U.S. Olympic team, along with Karen Chen, who finished second at nationals, and Alysa Liu, who withdrew on Friday after a positive coronavirus test. As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month.

Who won women’s figure skating gold 2022?

Medals update: Sui Wenjing and Han Cong win gold in Beijing 2022 Figure Skating Pairs. The Chinese duo have captured the Olympic title four years after winning silver at PyeongChang 2018, giving China its ninth gold of the Games. Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov of the ROC finished with silver.

Who won medals in ladies figure skating?

Shcherbakova on Thursday became the third consecutive Russian teenager to win gold in Olympic women’s figure skating, joining Adelina Sotnikova and Alina Zagitova. She was born in Moscow and has been skating since the age of 3.

Who won the ladies ice skating in the Olympics?

Shcherbakova

Shcherbakova, 17, won with 255.95 total points and a free skate that included two quad flips. She adds the Olympic gold medal to her 2021 world title. “No, I am just happy,” she said in an interview on whether she had mixed emotions after her teammates were crying. “I am only happy.

Who won 2021 women’s figure skating?

Age 18+. T&Cs apply. Japan’s Kaori Sakamoto produced her season’s best score in the free skate as she sealed the women’s singles title at the World Figure Skating Championships in Montpellier on Friday.

What were results of women’s figure skating?

Valieva was the heavy gold-medal favorite, but it was Russian teammate Anna Shcherbakova who took gold with a score of 175.75 in the free skate and 255.95 overall. Russia’s Aleksandra Trusova won silver with a score of 251.73 and Japan’s Kaori Sakamoto took bronze with 233.13.

Who is the champion of figure skating women’s single this year?

Japan’s Kaori Sakamoto was crowned the women’s singles world champion for the first time at the International Skating Union (ISU) World Figure Skating Championships, after taking the gold at the Sud de France Arena in Montpelier.

Who is the best ice skater in the world right now?

Best total scores

Rank Name Event
1 Nathan Chen 2019–20 Grand Prix Final
2 Yuzuru Hanyu 2019 Skate Canada
3 Shoma Uno 2022 World Championships
4 Yuma Kagiyama 2022 Winter Olympics

Who won bronze women’s figure 2022?

Medal update: Anna Shcherbakova captures Olympic title as Trusova claims silver; Sakamoto wins bronze. The reigning world champion Shcherbakova, 17, landed a pair of quadruple jumps to finish ahead of teammate Alexandra Trusova. Sakamoto Kaori wins the bronze medal.

Who is the best female figure skater in the world?

The skater with the most World Championships of all time is Sonja Henie, with 10 gold medals between 1926 and 1936. During her career, Henie also won one silver medal, for a total of 11 World Championship medals in her career.

Who is the best female figure skater in the world 2022?

Anna Shcherbakova

World champion Anna Shcherbakova earned gold in the women’s figure skating competition at Beijing 2022, as a series of errors saw 15-year-old Kamila Valieva miss out on a podium after a week of controversy following her positive drug test.

Who won the ice dance Olympics 2022?

Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron

The ice dance competition in figure skating at the 2022 Winter Olympics was held on 12 February (rhythm dance) and 14 February (free dance), at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Haidian District of Beijing. Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron of France won the event.