Kamila Valieva won the Russian Grand Prix with three world records

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World champion among juniors Kamila Valieva won the sixth stage of the Grand Prix, which takes place in Sochi at the Iceberg Olympic arena. Elizaveta Tuktamysheva is the second, Maya Khromykh is the third.

Valieva performed three quadruple jumps and an axel of 3.5 turns in a free program and broke her own world records set at Skate Canada, where she did two quads and a trixel. In the free program, the new achievement is now equal to 185.29 points, in the sum of two rentals – 272.71 points. Recall that yesterday the 15-year-old student Eteri Tutberidze also updated the record in the short program – 87.42 points.

The second place in Sochi was taken by the 2015 world and European champion, silver medalist of the 2021 World Cup Elizaveta Tuktamysheva (149.13 and 229.23 points, respectively)

Another student of Eteri Tutberidze, Maya Khromykh, became the third, having performed two quadruple jumps in a free program – in a cascade and a solo one, but with a mistake. Khromykh scored 154.97 points for hire, which is her best result of the season, and 219.69 points in total for two performances.


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