2020 Cup

The 2020 Cup of Russia series will play out on five stages starting in mid-September. The Russian Figure Skating Federation has assigned each of the 2020-2021 national team members to two of the five events. Full rosters for each competition will be announced closer to the respective dates.

Only athletes who take part in two stages of the 2020 Cup of Russia (under the Master of Sports program) will be eligible to compete for a place at the 2021 Russian Championships, and those places will be determined by the highest scores. Numbers are restricted at the senior level for each stage: 12 men, 12 ladies, eight pairs and 10 dance teams. For the junior competitions: up to 18 men and ladies, no more than 8 pairs and 15 dance teams.

The results of the 2020 Russian Championships were the determining factor for athletes to be assigned to 2020 Cup of Russia. Evgenia Medvedeva is one of two exceptions. She was forced to withdraw from the 2020 Championships after the short program due to a broken skate. The other is Mikhail Kolyada who was missed last season due to a serious nasal issue, which ultimately required surgery. 




Alina Zagitova will not contest any of the five competitions. She recently signed on as a co-host of a television show, ″ice Age,″ and has decided to focus on her new career at this time. Ksenia Sinitsyna was scheduled to compete at the first stage of the series, but her coach Svetlana Panova confirmed she will miss this event due to injury. Subsequent to her coaching change this week, Medvedeva has also withdrawn from the first stage of the series. Alexander Samarin is out with an unspecified medical issue.

Kamila Valieva will compete at the senior level and has been assigned to the two stages in Moscow. 

Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov were scheduled to open their season at the first stage of this series, but on Sept. 16 it was reported that Morozov had contracted the COVID-19 virus. “I hope that the form is mild. Hopefully, we will be in time for Skate America and we will perform at the later stages of the Russian Cup,“ Morozov said. “I hope this (coronavirus ) has a short history.“

Junior national team members who are age eligible and earn the required number of points at two stages of the 2020 Cup of Russia will also be eligible to compete at senior nationals in Chelyabinsk Dec. 23-27. (See: Russia Institutes New Strategy)

The YouTube link changes for each discipline. When one is finished, click on HOME and look for the link for the next event. 

STAGE I – SYZRAN – Sep. 18-22

START ORDERS/RESULTS (Russian)

YOUTUBE LIVE STREAM

CHANNEL 1 LIVE STREAM

WORLD CLOCK




LADIES MEN PAIRS ICE DANCE
Anna Shcherbakova
Anna Frolova
Maya Khromykh
Sofia Sarnovskaya
Kamila Sultanmagomedova
Stanislava Mochanova
Arina Onischenko
Maria Takakaykina
Victoria Yushchenkova
Roman Savosin
Makar Ignatov
Maxim Varakin
Artyom Kovalev
Egor Murashov
Maxim Petrov
Anton Shulepov
Karna Akopova/
Nikita Rakhmanin
Yulia Artenieva/
Mikhail Nazayrchev
Ksenia Akhantieva/
Valery Kolesov
Anastasia Balabanova/
Alexey Svyatchenko

Annabelle Morozov/Andrei Bagin
Sofia Shevchenko/Igor Eremenko
Elizaveta Khudaiberdyeva/Egor Bazin
Vlada Pavlenina/
Alexander Aleksanyan
Svetlana Lizunova/Alexander Vakhnov
Elizaveta Kirillova/Mark Chegodaev
Vlada Chashnikova/Zakhar Cherezov

Final Results/
LP Video Replay

Anna Shcherbakova 246.40
Anna Frolova 206.01
Maya Khromykh 192.62
Maria Talalaykina 180.87
Kamila Sultanmagomedova 174.34
Stanislava Mochanova 150.56
Arina Onischenko 149.39
Sofia Sarnovskaya 141.25
Victoria Yushchenkova 129.37

Final Results
LP Video Replay

Artyom Kovalev 229.39
Roman Savosin 224.40
Makar Ignatov 217.46
Anton Shulepov 197.48
Egor Murashov 190.25
Maxim Varakin 159.83
Maxim Petrov 145.13

Final Results
Video Replay

Yulia Artenieva/
Mikhail Nazayrchev 198.72
Ksenia Akhantieva/
Valery Kolesov 190.70
Anastasia Balabanova/
Alexey Svyatchenko 186.64
Karna Akopova/
Nikita Rakhmanin 179.62
 

Final Results/FD Video Replay

Elizaveta Khudaiberdyeva/Egor Bazin 195.87
Annabelle Morozov/Andrei Bagin 194.75
Sofia Shevchenko/Igor Eremenko 181.15
Svetlana Lizunova/Alexander Vakhnov 146.79
Vlada Pavlenina/Alexander Aleksanyan 145.41
Elizaveta Kirillova/Mark Chegodaev 118.68
Vlada Chashnikova/Zakhar Cherezov 112.36

 

STAGE II – MOSCOW – Oct. 10-13

LADIES MEN PAIRS ICE DANCE
Alexandra Trusova
Evgenia Medvedeva
Kamila Valieva
Artur Danielyan
Alexander Samarin
Petr Gumennik
Anton Shulepov
Evgenia Tarasova/
Vladimir Morozov
Daria Pavlyuchenko/
Denis Khodykin

Anastasia Mishina/
Aleksandr Galyamov
Victoria Sinitsina/
Nikita Katsalapov

Annabelle Morozov/
Andrei Bagin

Ksenia Konkina/
Pavel Drozd

 

STAGE III – SOCHI – Oct. 23-27

LADIES MEN PAIRS ICE DANCE
Anna Shcherbakova
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Anastasia Gulyakova
Sofia Samodurova
Dmitri Aliev
Andrei Mozalev
Mikhail Kolyada
Aleksandra Boikova/
Dmitrii Kozlovskii

Daria Pavlyuchenko/
Denis Khodykin

Alina Pepleva/
Roman Pleshkov
Victoria Sinitsina/
Nikita Katsalapov

Tiffany Zahorski/
Jonathan Guerreiro

Anastasia Shpilevaya/
Grigory Smirnov

Elizaveta Khudayberdyeva/
Egor Bazin

STAGE IV – KAZAN – Nov. 8-12

LADIES MEN PAIRS ICE DANCE
Aliona Kostornaia
Alexandra Trusova 
Sofia Samodurova
Artur Danielyan
Makar Ignatov
Andrei Mozalev
Roman Savosin
Anastasia Mishina/
Aleksandr Galyamov
Alina Pepleva/
Roman Pleshkov
Alexandra Stepanova/
Ivan Bukin

Anastasia Skoptsova/
Kirill Aleshin

Sofia Shevchenko/
Igor Eremenko

Anastasia Shpilevaya/
Grigory Smirnov

 

STAGE V – MOSCOW – Dec. 5-8

LADIES MEN PAIRS ICE DANCE
Aliona Kostornaia
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Ksenia Sinitsyna
Anastasia Gulyakova
Kamila Valieva
Dmitri Aliev
Petr Gumennik
Mikhail Kolyada
Aleksandra Boikova/
Dmitrii Kozlovskii

Apollinariia Panfilova/
Dmitri Rylov
Alexandra Stepanova/
Ivan Bukin

Tiffany Zahorski/
Jonathan Guerreiro

Anastasia Skoptsova/
Kirill Alyoshin

Ksenia Konkina/
Pavel Drozd

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