Hana Cvijanović debuts in 34th place at European Championships in Minsk, Belarus

Hana Cvijanović was selected to represent Croatia at ladies event at European Championships taking place this week in Minsk, Belarus.

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Ladies short program event took place earlier today with 36 ladies from all over Europe. Cvijanovic skated to California Dreamin’ performed by SIA and managed to land a triple Salchow-double toeloop combination, with salchow being underrotated, triple flip (the jump was downgraded by the technical panel) and double Axel. Her Technical Element Score (TES) was 19.14 points, while her best TES 24.52, from Golden Spin 2018. Overall, young teen has earned  38.00 total points and that was the 34th result of the ladies, short program event and as such Cvijanović did not qualify for the long program. Top 24 ladies in short program continue to compete in the long program.

This was the first time competing at European Championships, her largest events so far were World Junior Championships in 2017 in Taipei and in 2018 in Bulgaria.

Overall results of ladies short program can be found here.

1st Alina ZAGITOVA RUS 75. 00

2nd Sofia SAMODUROVA RUS 72.88

3rd Alexia PAGANINI SUI 65.64

4th Viveca LINDFORDS FIN 65.61

5th Nicole RAJCOVA SVK 64.08

34th Hana CVIJANOVIĆ CRO 38.00

 

Hana has spent some time preparing for her first European Championships in Moscow where Lana Petranović and Antonio Souza-Kordeiru train.

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Petranović and Souza-Kordeiru are performing third in the first group of competitors. They will be taking the ice at 17:20 CET or 19:20 local Minsk, Belarus time.

Full schedule of the pairs short program even can be found on the link.

 

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