Due to an unprecedented number of skaters/teams that registered for this event, the Finnish Skating Federation has extended the 2021 Finlandia Trophy Espoo by one day. The competition takes place Oct. 7–10. 

The line-ups for this event include some of the top names in the sport with a total of 94 skaters/teams slated to compete.

Headlining the women′s competition are a trio of Russians: Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, Kamila Valieva and Alena Kostornaia; two Americans, Karen Chen and Amber Glenn, and Canada′s Madeline Schizas.

The men′s event will be a battle with two skaters from the U.S., Jason Brown and Maxim Naumov; Keegan Messing of Canada; Russia′s Mikhail Kolyada, Andrei Mozalev and Evgeni Semenenko, and a host of fan favorites that includes Mexico′s Donovan Carrillo.

In the pairs discipline, there are 17 teams currently slated to compete, four of which ranked top 10 at the 2021 World Championships. Anastasia Mishina and Alexander Galliamov, the reigning World champions, will be joined by training mates Aleksandra Boikova and Dmitrii Kozlovskii; Canada is fielding two teams: Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro and Vanessa James and Eric Radford; Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc and Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson will represent the U.S.

Likewise in ice dance, there are 20 teams in the line up, headlined by Madison Chock and Evan Bates of the U.S. who will be joined by Christina Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko. French stars Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron will contest their first Challenger Series event in four years. (The duo won Finlandia Trophy in 2017). Other top teams include Alexandra Stepanova and Ivan Bukin and Sofia Shevchenko and Egor Eremenko of Russia and Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson of Great Britain. Spain is fielding two teams, Sara Hurtado and Kirill Khaliavin and Olivia Smart and Adrián Díaz. This will be the first of three match-ups that will ultimately determine which team will be awarded the lone spot in Beijing and at the 2022 World Championships.  

This competition overlaps with the Junior Grand Prix event in Linz, Austria.

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REVISED SCHEDULE

Thur. 7 — Start: 1 p.m.
Special Olympics skaters, Pairs Short, Men Short

Fri. 8 — Start: 1 p.m.
Pairs Free, Men Free

Sat. 9 — Start: 1 p.m.
Rhythm Dance, Women Short, Synchronized Short Program

Sun. 10 — Start: 1 p.m.
Free Dance, Women Free

 

 

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