Russian figure skating Balieva, unofficial world record… see olympic gold medal


Figure skating women’s single’s ‘record maker’ Camilla Balieva (15 years old) set an unofficial world record with her overwhelming skills in the Russian national team selection round and obtained a place in the 2022 Beijing Olympics.

In the women’s single free skating of the 2022 Russian Figure Skating Championships held at Ubilini Arena in St. Petersburg, Russia, Balieva scored 193.10 points with a technical score (TES) of 113.90 and a score of art (PCS) of 79.20.

The short program score was 90.38 points, and the final total score was 283.48 points to win the championship.

Balieva greatly surpassed the world record set by her in the 6th Senior Grand Prix last month (87.42 points in the short program, 185.29 points in the free skating, 272.71 points in total).

Russian national competitions are not official ISU competitions and cannot be recognized as official records.

Baliyeva succeeded in a total of three quadruple jumps (4 rounds) in free skating, lightly beating second place Alexandra Trusova (248.65 points).

Russia’s TAS news agency said, “Balieva and Trusova, who took first and second places, have qualified to participate in the Beijing Olympics.

Baliyeva, who is considered a strong contender for the Beijing Olympics this time, has stably performed the quadruple jump, which is difficult for even male athletes to perform since her junior days.

After debuting on the senior stage this season, he has been breaking world records in every competition he participates in. He is showing his overwhelming skills by performing not only jumping skills but also non-jumping tasks at the highest level.

(Photo=TAS, Yonhap News)

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