Young Russian figure skater Maxim Kovtun won the silver medal at the European Figure Skating Championship held in the capital of Sweden. Another Russian figure skater - Sergey Voronov - received a bronze medal.
After the short program, Kovtun, who is a two-time champion of Russia in men's single skating, ranked fourth, however, according to the results of the free skate program, the figure skater scored 235.68 points and came in second. Ravens earned 233.05 points. "Gold" went to the Spaniard Javier Fernandez. Earlier, the Russian couple - Ksenia Stolbova and Fyodor Klimov - became the best in the short program. An arbitrary program of a pair of skaters will be shown on February 1.

Maxim Kovtun finished second at the European Figure Skating ChampionshipsMaxim Kovtun finished second at the European Figure Skating Championships
The editors of uznayvse.ru remind that at the end of 2013, Kovtun became the winner of the Russian championship, but then did not speak so successfully at the European Championships, which was why he was not invited to the Olympic Games in Sochi.Instead of a young promising athlete, Russia represented Russia in solo skating. As a result, he could not compete due to back problems, and distinguished himself only in team competitions.

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