The Swedish Team has never been more powerful than at this Nordic event. They left Aalborg with five out of six Gold Medals this Afternoon. Finland claimed the last Gold Medal, in the Junior Ladies event.
In total Sweden claimed 12 medals (5 Gold – 4 Silver – 3 Bronze). Finland claimed 4 medals (1 Gold – 2 Silver – 1 Bronze). And Australia and Denmark each claimed 1 Bronze medal.
Alexander Majorov, Sweden, claimed his 5 Gold Medal at The Nordics this afternoon with 199,43 point. Valtter Virtanen, Finland, came in second to claim the Silver with 182,60 points. And from Australia, Brendan Kerry, hit the Bronze with 182,14 point. Both Valtter and Brendan had good attempts at the quad toe.
At the Senior Ladies Event the top three Skaters was 1, 2 and 3rd in both the Short Program as well as in the Free Skate. From Sweden Joshi Helgesson claimed the Gold with 168,44 point, Viveca Lindfors, Finland, took the Silver with 165,22 points, and Isabelle Olsson had the Bronze with 154,18 points.
At the Junior Mens event the Swedish Skaters again was a strong power nation on the ice. The Gold Medal was confidently won by Nikolaj Majorov with 163,20 point and a win in both the Short Program and the Free Skate. Certainly a Skater to watch out for in the future. John Olof Hallman, also from Sweden, took the Silver with 146,53 points. And then the Dane, Daniel Tsion, claimed the Bronze as he advanced from the 4.th place with a good Free Skate today. As this was the first medal for the Organizers at the Nordics, the mood in the Danish Camp increased. The Victory Ceremony is tomorrow at 15:05.
Joanna Kallela, FIN, won the Junior Ladies in a close race with Anastasia Schneider, SWE, and a margin of only 0,02 points. The Bronze medal also went to Finland – to Emmi Peltonen. Congratulations to all the young ladies in this exciting event.
Sweden was sovereign today at the Adv. Novice Boys and Adv. Novice Girls Competition. An impressive young man, Gabriel Folkesson, won the Gold medal with 109,81 points, followed by Natran Tzagai, 100,50 points and Andreas Nordebäck with 88,40 points.
And the Swedish Team did it again in the Novice Girls event, where Selma Ihr was the outstanding winner of the Gold medal with 109,92 points. The Silver medal was captured by Lisa Lager, 101,55 points, and the Bronze to Alessia Hägg, 101,30 point.
The Nordics and The Nordics Open 2016 will be live streamed by AirWorks. Please press the link when the first competition starts today at 12:30.
The Time Schedule is now published