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Euros 2009 Short Program results

Well, let me start live results. The 7th group is coming up next and the recent result is here.

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Katarina GERBOLDT
RUS
48.62 1
2 Irina MOVCHAN
UKR
46.48 2
3 Tugba KARADEMIR
TUR
46.26 3
4 Nella SIMAOVA
CZE
45.24 4
5 Annette DYTRT
GER
44.06 5
6 Teodora POSTIC
SLO
43.28 6
7 Candice DIDIER
FRA
42.84 7
8 Francesca RIO
ITA
42.24 8

16:17 – The 1st skater of the 7th group, Alena LEONOVA from Russia, 5th place.

16:23 – Ivana REITMAYEROVA from Slovakia got 2nd place. Yes, Laura is coming next!

16:30 – Great! Laura LEPISTÖ  got 1st place! Congrats!

16:38 – Elena GLEBOVA, Estonia, 9th,  Elene GEDEVANISHVILI, Georgia, is coming.

16:44 – Gedevanishvili, 19th… sorry for that.

16:46 – The 8th group skaters start warming up.
I can see so many audience with Finnish flags in the venue. How great!
Go Kiira! Go Susanna!

16:52 – Warming up is over and Jenna MCCORKELL from UK is coming.

16:56 – Mccorkell, 2nd place and yes, the next is… Kiira Korpi! 
So much applause!!!

17:03 – Kiira finished with 47.60pt and the place is…  5th. Damn… Sorry Kiira.

17:05 – Stefania BERTON, Italy coming. and the place was… 15th.

17:11 – Julia SEBESTYEN, Hungary, starts skating. The place was 12th.

17:17 – Yes, Susanna PÖYKIÖ is just coming! Go Susanna!!
So much applause, too!!! Wow, very clean skating! Will she win the SP?
She got 56.06 pt and was 2nd place. Laura still 1st and Kiira 6th.

17:24 – Carolina KOSTNER is coming. She jumped high but feld before jumping.

17:30 – Kostner, 3rd!!!

Finally, Laura is 1st , Susanna 2nd and Kiira 7th after SP. Here is the results.

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Laura LEPISTÖ
FIN
56.62 1
2 Susanna PÖYKIÖ
FIN
56.06 2
3 Carolina KOSTNER
ITA
51.36 3
4 Jenna MCCORKELL
GBR
50.00 4
5 Katarina GERBOLDT
RUS
48.62 5
6 Ivana REITMAYEROVA
SVK
48.00 6
7 Kiira KORPI
FIN
47.60 7
8 Irina MOVCHAN
UKR
46.48 8

Well, we know the phrase, “Tomorrow never knows” and tomorrow must be the day for Kiira.

And Congrats for Laura and Susanna for now.
Go, Strong Finland!! Hyvää Suomi!!

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