Kamila Valieva 🇷🇺 – 272.712. Elizaveta Tuktamysheva 🇷🇺 – 229.233. #RostelecomCup2021— Philip Hersh (@olyphil) November 27, 2021Valieva has reached her peak this week in Russia, pitch perfect landings and flow. pic.twitter.com/MkL7MRWCBe— risa (@arixhc) November 27, 2021“Count me among those who just stood to applaud Kamila Valieva. It’s her world, and everyone else can just marvel,” said journalist Philip Hersh.Count me among those who just stood to applaud Kamila Valieva. Sakamoto Kaori of Japan will take the other place.Coached by the revered Eteri Tutberidze, former world junior champion Valieva has made an impressive step up to the senior ranks, and her performances this season have marked her out as the strong favorite for the Grand Prix Finals title in Japan and the Olympic gold at the Winter Games in Beijing in February.87.42185.29272.12just thank you 😭♥️❥ #камилавалиева | #kamilavalievapic.twitter.com/nXcUcA1SHh— daily kamila valieva (@kamiIavalieva) November 27, 2021triple axel ✨❥ #камилавалиева | #kamilavalievapic.twitter.com/J3wNfGaClY— daily kamila valieva (@kamiIavalieva) November 27, 2021Skating to Maurice Ravel’s ‘Bolero’, Valieva landed three quad jumps and a triple Axel in her performance on Saturday.It was pointed out online that Valieva’s score in Sochi would have been enough to win the men’s event, where the title was claimed by Russian-Georgian skater Morisi Kvitelashvil with an overall score of 266.33.congrats to kamila valieva for winning both the women and mens event at rostelecom cup !! That was simply unbelievable, even with a minor, minor mistake. Having already registered a world-record score for her short program on Friday, Valieva followed that with a tally of 185.29 points for her free skate on Saturday at the Iceberg Skating Palace – breaking her own previous record of 180.89 set in Canada earlier this season.That put the 15-year-old on a total of 272.71, clinching first place and also surpassing her previous world-record mark of 265.08.🏆 Just one word: WOW! Five of the six Grand Prix slots will be filled by Russians, with Anna Shcherbakova and Alena Kostornaia having also qualified. Kamila Valieva takes the top spot in the Women at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Rostelecom Cup! Maiia Khromykh 🇷🇺- 219.69 pic.twitter.com/y79aMXvzXO— The Skating Times (@theskatingtimes) November 27, 2021All three Russian stars have secured spots at the ISU Grand Prix Finals in Osaka, Japan, which run from December 9 to 12. It’s her world, and everyone else can just marvel. Follow RT on
Russia’s Kamila Valieva cemented her status as the dominant force in women’s figure skating as she broke two more world records with a near-perfect performance on the way to victory at the Rostelecom Cup in Sochi. #GPFigure#FigureSkatingpic.twitter.com/P7IywH1ivQ— ISU Figure Skating (@ISU_Figure) November 27, 2021It was a clean sweep on the podium for Russia at the sixth and final ISU Grand Prix of this season’s series as former world champion and fan favorite Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, 24, finished second on an overall score of 229.23 points.Countrywoman Maiia Khromykh, 15, recovered from a disappointing fifth-place finish in the short program to land 154.97 points for her free routine, which was enough to place her third overall on 219.69 points.Kamila Valieva beats her own world record in the free skate and dominantly wins at the Rostelecom Cup!1. #RostelecomCup2021— David Kane (@DKTNNS) November 27, 2021 The question is whether she can maintain this through February. That was simply unbelievable, even with a minor, minor mistake.