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Bradie Tennell, Nathan Chen and everyone set to represent USA at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics next month will get a glimpse of their European competition this weekend, as the 2018 European Figure Skating Championships get underway in Moscow.
The main competitions (senior men, senior ladies, pairs and dance) will take place between Wednesday, January 17, and Sunday, January 21. In the United States, the action will be broadcast on NBC, NBC Sports Network and the Olympic Channel (a complete schedule can be found here). If you can’t get to a TV or don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of all of these channels by signing up for one of the following cable-free, live-TV services. They cost a monthly fee but all come with a free trial, allowing you to watch the the 2018 European Figure Skating Championships at no cost.
However, despite missing out on the Pyeongchang 2018 qualification process, she was still given a spot on the Olympic team as she has recorded the highest score this season with 231.21 points. The 18-year-old has previously called for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to allow clean Russian athletes to compete in Russian, rather than neutral, uniform.
His biggest competition in Moscow is likely to be Mikhail Kolyada. The 2018 Russian champ is the only man in this competition who has beaten Fernandez, as he took gold at the 2017 Cup on China, while Fernandez fell to a disappointing seventh. But since that competition, Fernandez has captured a pair of golds–that includes the 2018 Spanish Championships, where he finished with a season-high total score of 288.30, which bests Kolyada’s high mark of 281.16–to set up a compelling individual matchup.
She was part of the Russian delegation that made a presentation to the IOC in Lausanne on December 5, the meeting where Russia were banned following the allegations of manipulation of doping samples at Sochi 2014. “I cannot accept the option that I would compete in the Olympic Games without the Russian flag as a neutral athlete,” Medvedeva told Russian broadcaster .
“I am proud of my country, it is a great honour for me to represent it at the Games. “It gives strength and inspires me during the performances.” Medvedeva’s compatriot Alina Zagitova will make her European Championships debut on home ice at the Megasport Sport Palace and is one of the favourites to clinch a podium place, along with Maria Sotskova, meaning Russia could have a clean sweep on the medals in the ladies’ event.