The podium fades for Nicole Della Monica-Matteo Guarise. The blue couple only had to settle for fourth place in the final Italian Grand Prix, third stage of the ISU Grand Prix 2021-2022 figure skating circuit staged this weekend at the Pala Vela in Turin.
The skaters of the Gold Flames, third after the shortest segment, have paid heavily duty in performing the two jump elements in parallel, turning both salchow and toe loop in combination only double; finding two problems also in both launches, with a fall in the triple rittberger and a two-foot finish in the triple salchow, the students of Cristina Mauri still managed to steal the eye in all three lifts, perfectly executed, in the splendid spiral and in the overall spin, receiving in full the level 4 call. nailed our veterans in zone 114.14 (53.31, 61.83) for 179.26, eight points less than the Russians Iuliia Artemeva-Mikhail Nazarychev, third with 125.11 (65.41, 60.70) for 187.01 thanks above all to their own to the difference of jumps in parallel, brought to a successful conclusion in this case.
All stand up for the Chinese Wenjing Sui-Han Cong, overall winners of the race after one performance still growing and increasingly solid, where for the occasion the triple salchow in parallel was completed without worries, a difficulty that has always been difficult for them to achieve. However, leaving something on the road in the triple salchow launched, in the overall spin and in the last lift, the Olympic runners won 144.48 (70.88, 73.60) for 224.55, breaking away therefore officially the ticket for the Osaka Final. Another great performance also for Cheng Peng-Yang Jin, slowed down only by a couple of smears (in the triple rittberger launched and in the triple salchow called under-rotated) and seconds with 135.15 (65.66, 69.49) for 211.86.
They improve significantly their respective personal bests the other two blue pairs. Rebecca Ghilardi-Filippo Ambrosini they have finally passed quote 165 by performing a test rated 104.56 (49.98, 54.58) for 165.45. Great experience finally for Sara Conti-Niccolò Macii, eighths with 98.17 (46.41, 51.76) for 165.45.
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