Figure skating results – French Grand Prix: Hendrikx wins title, Camille / Pavel Kovalev silver and Lopareva / Brissaud bronze

A nice birthday present Loena Hendrickx.

On her 23rd birthday, the Belgian won after a spectacular free program that scored 216.34 points (short program + free program).

He was the first Belgian to win a Grand Prix medal in Italy last year. He is the first skater to win a Grand Prix this Saturday November 5 at the IcePark in Angers.

The eighth Beijing 2022 Olympic Games Today was brilliant, especially with a triple lutz combined with a triple toe followed by a double arrow. poet By Roby Facchinetti. He continued his routine with a graceful straight arm triple flip. Then it intensified with the rhythm of the music Fallen Angel By Carl Hugo, Hendrickx performed a triple lutz/double toe sequence before continuing with a triple flip/double toe/double loop.

“It’s amazing,” said Loena Hendrickx, coached by her brother Jorick who attended Sochi 2014 Olympics and Pyeongchang 2018. “I was a little nervous because it’s a new program and we made some last-minute changes. It was mentally difficult. I wanted to skate well and I’m happy that I was able to show my best on my birthday. I’m happy. »

A historic performance that earned him the gold medal by over 20 points ahead of the silver medalist from the Republic of Korea Kim Yelim (194.76 points). the Japanese SUMIYOSHI Rion He completed the honorary chair with 194.34 points.

This season, it is the first time that the women’s champion is not Japanese.

First French after the free program, Mae Berenice Meite He finished eighth with 176.52 points, one ahead of his compatriot. Lea Serna (167.89 points). Maia Mazzara He took the twelfth place with 140.85 points.

French among men Adam Xiao Him Fa title, becoming the first French skater to win the French GP since then Brian Joubert In 2006.

Read the report on Adam Xiao Him Fan’s victory

Ice dance: Lopareva and Brissaud bronze

In the absence of Olympic champions Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeroncurrently on hiatus after winning gold medals at Beijing 2022 and the World Championships in Montpellier, Evgenia Lopareva and Geoffrey Brissaud impressed. The 22- and 24-year-old Frenchman scored 187.15 points and won the bronze medal.

In a medley featuring Edith Piaf accordionist and My GodRomain Haguenauer’s protégés produced a perfect freestyle dance to win their first Grand Prix medals.

They were behind the Canadians Laurence Fournier Beaudry and Nikolay Soerensen (201.93 points) and Italians Charlene Guignard and Marco FabriFifth in Beijing 2022.

the french Loicia Demougeot and Theo le Mercier He took the fourth place with 179.76 points.

Doubles: Camille Kovalev and Pavel Kovalev silver

The night of the Grand Prix de France ended with the opportunity of the couples, the French Kamil Kovalev and Pavel Kovalev Ahead of the most prestigious Challenger Series to reach the first podium in this competition category. They took the third place in the free program with 115.87 points and secured the second place thanks to their 179.85 points.

Active Caruso Organized by Florent Pagny, organized by Maxime Rodriguez, the residents of the Olympic Club of Courbevoie were provided with a triple toe loop / double toe loop sequence, starting with a triple loop. Kamil Kovalev touched the ice with his hand in the triple jump, but he performed the triple jump perfectly.

Canadians first in the short program Deanna Stellato – dude and Maxime Deschamps He also took first place in the free skate and won the gold medal with 185.84 points.

Germans Annika Hocke and Robert Kunkel but also executed a spectacular free program, winning two places to win the bronze medal. They placed fifth after the short program (60.11 points), second in the free program (119.62 points), and finally took third place.

Results of the French Grand Prix of Figure Skating


  1. Loena Hendrickx (BEL): 216.34 points
  2. KIM Yelim (BLIND): 194.76 points
  3. SUMIYOSHI Rion (JPN): 194.34 points
  4. LEE Haein (BLIND): 193.49 points
  5. Audrey Sheen (USA): 183.93 points
  6. KAWABE Mana (JPN): 182.50 pts
  7. MATSUIKE Rino (JPN): 176.52 pts
  8. Mae Berenice Meite (FRA): 176.68 points
  9. Lea Serna (FRA): 176.68 points
  10. Olga Mikutina (AUT): 159.99 points
  11. Lindsay van Zundert (NED): 140.85 points
  12. Maia Mazzara (FRA): 150.85 points

ice dance

  1. Charlene Guignard / Marco Fabri (ITA): 207.95 points
  2. Laurence Fournier Beaudry / Nikolaj Soerensen (CAN): 201.93 points
  3. Evgeniia Lopareva / Geoffrey Brissaud (FRA): 187.15 points
  4. Loicia Demougeot / Théo le Mercier (179.76 points)
  5. Eva Pate / Logan Bye (USA): 174.03 points
  6. Maria Kazakova / Georgi Reviya (GEO): 173.05 points
  7. Juulia Turkkila / Matthias Versluis (FIN): 172.48 points
  8. Katarina Wolfcostin / Jeffrey Chen (USA): 164.89 points
  9. Marie Dupayage / Thomas Nabais (FRA): 161.09 points
  10. Molly Lanaghan / Dmitre Razgulajevs (CAN): 153.72 points


  1. Adam Xiao Him Fa (FRA): 268.98 points
  2. YAMAMOTO Sota (JPN): 257.90 pts
  3. TOMONO Kazuki (JPN): 248.77 pts
  4. LEE Sihyeong (BLIND): 242.62 points
  5. Nika Egadze (GEO): 233.40 points
  6. Luc Economides (FRA): 229.64 points
  7. Lukas Britschgi (SUI): 222.86 points
  8. Ivan Shmuratko (BKR): 220.08 points
  9. Mikhail Selevko (EST): 212.92 points
  10. Wesley Chiu (CAN): 209.95 points
  11. Landry le May (FRA): 203.39 points


  1. Deanna Stellato-dudek / Maxime Deschamps (CAN): 64.98 points
  2. Camille Kovalev / Pavel Kovalev (FRA): 63.98 points
  3. Karina Safina / Luka Berulava (GEO): 61.55 points
  4. Rebecca Ghilardi / Filippo Ambrosini (ITA): 60.93 points
  5. Annika Hocke / Robert Kunkel (GER): 60.11 points
  6. Maria Mokhova / Ivan Mokhov (USA): 54.77 points
  7. Oceane Piegad / Denys Strekalin (FRA): 50.13 points

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