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Yulia Lipnickay

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Olga Kosheleva

on 26 February 2014

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Yulia Vyacheslavovna Lipnickaja is a Russian figure skater, serving in women's figure skating and team competitions in figure skating. Olympic champion 2014 in team competitions, champion of Europe-2014. World champion among juniors in 2012 and Vice-champion of 2013. Silver winner of the final of Grand Prix of the season 2013/2014. Silver medallist of the Russian championship 2012, 2014, the champion of Russia among juniors 2012, the winner of the final of Grand Prix among juniors of the 2011/2012 season. Honored master of sports of Russia (February 10, 2014). As of February 2014 takes the 3rd place in the rating of the International skating Union (ISU)[1]. Yulia is the second-youngest Olympic Champions in the history of figure skating (after Maxi Gerberas and the youngest women singles in the history of winter Olympic games.
Birthday: 05.06.1998 year
Place of birth: Ufa, Russia
Citizenship: Russia
Growth: 151 cm
In the 2009-2010 season Lipnickaja became the fifth in the championship of Russia among juniors, and the following season was the fourth of the «adult» championship of Russia. In the 2011-2012 season, Julia reached the age at which the ICS allows athletes to compete in international competitions among juniors. She made her debut on the stage of the Junior Grand Prix in Poland, which was won. There followed a stage in Italy, where it was also won the gold medal. In the Grand Prix final, held in the canadian city of Quebec, Yulia was the first in the short and in the arbitrary programs, beating nearest presledovatelni
Yuliya Lipnickaja
start
3 Olympic champions!
Team on figure skating
Our Champions(Julia and Alina)
The winners in the team figure skating!
After the Olympics
The path to the Olympics.
Coach Yulia Lipnickaja Eteri Tutberidze: "Why be a "second Rodnina"when you can be the first Lipnickaja"?!"
Trainer for Yulia like a second mother
Yulia with Evgeny
Yulia with her trainer
Julia with the future Olympic figure skating champion
We catch up
We catch up
We catch up
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