MacCoffee® is the official sponsor of the European Skating Championships 2010
In line with the tradition that was established in 2005 when MacCoffee® became a sponsor of the European Skating Championships for the first time, MacCoffee is taking this role again now.
MacCoffee® is privileged again to have a right to be the official sponsor of the European Skating Championships, a popular sports event where all countries of the European continent are in.
From 19 to 24 of January 2010 Saku Suurhall becomes the stage for the best figure skaters of the Old World that will compete for the title of the European champions. That remarkable event will take place in Tallinn just a month before the start of the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. In Tallinn you will get a unique chance to see all most impressive figure skaters in Europe some of which are expected to become future Olympic champions.
For many years by now, MacCoffee® supports figure skating as a sport and makes sure this beautiful sport will be developed further. We sincerely wish success to all the participants of the European Skating Championships 2010!
The European Figure Skating Championships 2010 has started in Tallinn. That’s the last major figure skating competition before the Olympics, and the results directly influence the national line-up for them. World champions pass the cut automatically.
MacCoffee® has been keeping a close eye on everything that has been happening on the ice rink in Tallinn and has been a sincere aficionado of the Russian team
Our warm congratulations go to Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin, Yana Khokhlova and Sergey Novitski who triumphed in the compulsory dance. We also appreciated the show of Yuko Kawaguchi and Alexandr Smirnov, as well as the one by Maria Mukhortova and Maxim Trankov.
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THE NATIONAL TEAM OF RUSSIA
Men: Evgeni Plushenko, Sergey Voronov.
Women: Ksenia Makarova, Alena Leonova, Oksana Gozeva.
Couples: Yuko Kawaguchi and Aleksandr Smirnov, Maria Mukhortova and Maxim Trankov, Vera Bazarova and Yuri Larionov.
Dance: Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin, Yana Khokhlova and Sergey Novitski, Yekaterina Bobrova and Dmitriy Solovyev.
The second day of competitions has become such a happy day for numerous fans of figure skating.
Russian figure skaters Aleksandr Smirnov and Yuko Kawaguchi won the first gold medal of the European Skating Championship in Tallinn. Trained by Tamara Moskvina, they showed unprecedented results in free dance and set their personal and a new world record.
Meanwhile Evgeni Plushenko step on the rink again, conquered hearts of the audience as he always does and set a new personal record: 91.30.