Where was the 2014 Winter Olympics figure skating held?

Where was the 2014 Winter Olympics figure skating held?

Figure skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics was held at the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi, Russia. The five events took place between 6–22 February 2014.

Who was on the US Figure Skating team in 2014?

The United States’ selection of Ashley Wagner over Mirai Nagasu for the Olympic team caused some controversy as Nagasu finished ahead of Wagner at the 2014 U.S. Championships. The results at the pre-Olympic nationals often play a major role in the decision process but U.S. Figure Skating never stated that they would be the only results considered.

Who was the gold medalist in figure skating at the Olympics?

Also, in winning the team trophy, Russia became the first nation to win gold medals in all five events. For the first time, in the men’s singles event, all three of the medalists in an Olympic figure skating event were of Asian descent. Yuzuru Hanyu ‘s gold medal was Japan’s first Olympic gold in the men’s event.

Who was the Russian figure skater who withdrew from the Olympics?

Plushenko skated strongly in the Short and Free Programs for the Team Event, however in the Men’s individuals he withdrew right before the start of the Short Program which left host Russia without an entry since it was too late have Kovtun as a replacement.

Who are the gold medalists in Figure Skating?

Please try again later. Russia’s Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov claim the Pair’s Figure Skating gold medal as they perform an excellent routine to Andrew Llyod Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar for their Free Program at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Subscribe to the Olympic YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/olympic?s…

Who was on the Russian figure skating team in 2014?

The selection of Evgeni Plushenko by the Russia Olympic Team for figure skating caused some controversy, as he had been beaten by Maxim Kovtun at the 2014 Russian Figure Skating Championships. Plushenko said he won’t participate in European Championships and will give spot at men’s singles for Kovtun and he will participate in the team event only.

Who are the female figure skaters in the Olympics?

Alina Zagitova, skating for the Olympic Athletes from Russia, took the gold medal in women’s figure skating at the 2018 Winter Olympics. She became the second youngest women’s champion in history, just a month behind American Tara Lipinski, who won in 1998.

How many Olympic quota spots are there for figure skating?

A total of 148 quota spots are available to athletes to compete at the games. A maximum of 18 athletes could be entered by a National Olympic Committee, with a maximum of 9 men or 9 women. An additional six quota spots were made available for the team event.