The Ashley Cain-Gribble / Timothy Redak couple Gribble, who appeared on the track just before the Alexa Knierim / Brandon Fraser couple who finally participated and won the championship, did not fall and got up from the ground with a slow jump.
USA champion 43 years later
He won the final US Doubles title at Tai Babilonia / Randy Gardner in 1979. The Alexa Knierim / Brandon Frazier couple, who first completed the short program, announced a very successful series, reaching the world championships with a margin of almost 22 points.
After a tragic incident on his teammates, the couple went to the track and lost sync with the triple toe loop and double toe loop jumps they lined up, but always announced the rest of the series. Achieving four difficulty levels with spin, lift and death spiral elements, the couple completed the series in the emotions of the championship. The couple, who earned 72.72 technical points and 71.49 component points, completed the free program with 144.21 points. With 221.09 points, including short program points, we finished the popular championship tournament.
Ashley Cain-Gribble’s fall raises concerns
The American Ashley Cain-Gribble / Timothy Duck couple, who finished second in a very good series in a short program and got on the track in hopes of a medal, started the series with a high triple twist. Cain-Gribble doubled in a side-by-side triple loop jump and fell. After this fall, the female skater who lost her balance with the triple Lutz throwing fell again on her second jump. When she fell down, Kane Gribble couldn’t get up from the ground. The medical team got off to a good start because the program was interrupted. The skater, holding his head and unable to get up from the ground for a long time, got up with the help of the medical team, but left the stretcher on her stretcher.
Japanese couple was able to win a medal despite mistakes
One of the championship’s favorite couples, the Japanese couple Riku Miura / Ryuishi Kihara, has announced the most flawed program of the season. He completed a double-sided by-side triple toeloop / double toeloop / double toeloop jump by missing a lap and scored a very low score on this move. Riku Miura lost his balance with a side-by-side triple salchow and fell into a thrown triple loop. Achieving 4 difficulty levels from spins, lifts and death spirals, the couple reached 127.97 free program points, 60.97 technical points and 68.00 components. She earned 199.55 points in the short program and won a silver medal.
Canadian couple jumps from 5th to 3rd
The Vanessa James / Eric Redford couple presented a much more successful series compared to the short program. Experienced couples have demonstrated this experience both technically and artistically. A couple who were completely out of sync on the first side-by-side jump could later provide an error-free program. The James / Redford duo, who showed a very strong lift at the end of the series, scored 130.78 points, 63.99 techniques and 66.79 components. With short program points reaching 197.32 points, the two finished third in the tournament.
Love for sports and work does not know the age limit
Britain’s leading Zoe Jones / Christopher Boyadji gave the audience a completely different and special moment. The performance of 42-year-old Zoe Jones, the oldest skater in the tournament, reminded the audience that the Athletic Spirit was unaware of the age limit. Jones, the three mothers who started their careers on the women’s singles brunch, has been competing with Christopher Boyadji in the doubles category for six years. Twenty-five years after the first world championship, saying goodbye to the competition, Zoe Jones and her partner Christopher Boyadji from France experienced a moving moment after the free program series. .. With a total of 94.57 free program points, 45.97 technical points and 48.60 components, the couple finished the championship in 10th place with a total of 144.24 points. In this way, he managed to put an end to his career by entering the top 10 of the world championships.