Cup of China 2017: Check in

This week we’re taking a long flight to China.

I guess we found our winners in nomination “How many things we need to pack”

Chock Bates

Mai Mihara

Alexander Majorov

Alexander Majorov

Tiffany Zahorski – ready for a long flight

Elliana Pogrebinsky, Alex Benoit and their new friend)

Marin Honda

Narin Honda

Valentina and Ondrej know how to use time wisely)

Valentina Marchei Ondrej Hotarek

We made it to China!

Elliana and Alex

Javier Fernandez

Javier Fernandez

Javier Fernandez

Someone already had time for excursion. Seems doing lifts everywhere it’s new Italian things)

Nicole Della Monica and Matteo Guarise

and someone already had time for meeting friends) Elizaveta Tuktamysheva and Ekaterina Riazanova

Elizaveta Tuktamysheva

Time for practice!

Tiffany Zahorski

Alina Zagitova and Daniil Gleichengauz. So Eteri Tutberidze didn’t come with Alina, this’s interesting?

Thanks to our Chinese friends we have a lot of photos from practices.

Boyang Jin

Boyang Jin

Mikhail Kolyada

Kolyada

Max Aaron

Max Aaron

Han Yan

Han Yan

Javier Fernandez

Javier Fernandez

Russian ladies: Alina, Liza and Elena

Alina Zagitova

Elizaveta Tiktamysheva

Elena Radionova

Ice dancers prefer blue) Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron and Madison Chock/Evan Bates

Papadakis Cizeron

Chock Bates

Wenjing Sui and Cong Han

Sui Han

Xiaoyu Yu and Hao Zhang

Valentina Marchei and Ondrej Hotarek

Ashley Cain/Tomothy LeDuc and Amber Glenn

Kevin Reynolds showed us kiss and cry

kevin Reynolds

Have a good time watching Cup of China!

 

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5 Comments on Cup of China 2017: Check in

  1. jimmbboe // 03/11/2017 at 06:41 // Reply

    Alina, Liza and Elena look great! Bring on CoC!!

  2. Oh God, seeing those photos from Beijing brought back a lot of memories…
    BTW, curious if the smog is really so bad or they just thought “OK, so it’s Beijing, we need to wear these funny masks”.

    • It has more to do with getting sick in crowded places (like planes). You’ll see this more in Japan.

      As for the air quality. It is pretty bad.

      • But my question is – is it bad for Beijing or European standards? :D
        I have lived in Beijing for a year and really – what we usually call “bad air quality” here is usually “an average air quality” in Beijing :)

  3. I am in holidays for two weeks without WiFi, I just found a spot with a really slow WiFi… I have missed so many competitions, literally as I will wait in the airport on my way back I will just watch figure skatin, but thanks to your blog I could follow a bit with my slowly WiFi ! Thanks a lot ! You are amazing !

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