2006年01月17日

European Championships 2006 欧州選手権

※ posted 2006/05/27 投稿



イリーナ・スルツカヤ(Irina Slutskaya)は、フランス・リヨンで行われた ISU European Figure Skating Championships 2006 欧州選手権で7度目の優勝を果たし、ソニア・ヘニーとカタリナ・ヴィットを抜いて史上最多勝選手となりました。
European Figure Skating Championships Medalists(Wiki)

日程 Schedule : 2006/01/16-22
01/14 06:30-11:30, 17:45-22:35 Practice
01/15 10:20-19:50,19:00-19:50 Practice
01/16 06:30-11:30 Practice
01/16 20:00-21:30 Opening Ceremony and Reception
01/17 09:20-13:10 Official Practice
01/18 06:30-10:30 Practice
01/18 12:15-18:00 Short Program #3/33
01/19 09:50-13:00 Practice
01/19 18:30-22:20 Free Skating #24/24
01/19 22:20- Victory Ceremony
01/20 17:50-18:30 Exhibition Practice
01/21 15:55-16:50 Exhibition Practice
01/21 21:30- Medal Winners Ceremony and Closing Banquet
01:22 10:00-12:40 Exhibition Practice
01/22 15:15-17:50 Exhibition

会場 Venue : Palais des Sports de Lyon / France


成績 Result :
SP : 1st 66.43 (TES 35.91 1st + PCS 30.52 1st)
FS : 1st 126.81 (TES 63.32 1st + PCS 63.49 1st)
Final Result : 1st 193.24
1 Irina SLUTSKAYA    RUS   193.24   1   1
2 Elena SOKOLOVA    RUS   177.81   2   2
3 Carolina KOSTNER   ITA    172.45   5   3
4 Sarah MEIER       SUI    167.16   3   4
5 Elene GEDEVANISHVILI GEO 153.27   4   6
6 Kiira KORPI        FIN    146.37   11   5


プログラムと動画 Programs & Videos :
SP : Totentanz
FS : Mario Takes a Walk / Rhumba / Flamenco   YouTube
EX : You Promised Me (Tu Es Foutu)

www.eibmoz.dk > Irina Slutskaya Videos by Koral
SP, FS, EX

Montage video "Irina 7-time Euros Champion" by Majky87


写真 Photos :
Absolute Skating > 2005 - 2006 Season News > Photogallery European Championships 2006
> Ladies SP
> Ladies FP
> Medals
> Gala
> Off Ice
> Euros Daily Photos: Jan 17, Jan 18, Jan 22
Absolute Skating > 2005 - 2006 Season News > Photo album from the European Championships - the practice sessions
> Ladies
> Gala

NBCOlympics.com > Athletes > Irina Slutskaya > VIEW PHOTOS

ISMAG > Photo Gallery > Podium

Irina Slucká - Lady of Figure Skating > Fotogalerie > Mistrovsví Evropy 2006 v Lyonu

ISFF > Photos I never seen
 ※2枚目のみ(1枚目と3枚目は Cup Of Russia 2005)


ニュース News :
English Translation by Free Online Translator "WorldLingo"
Утро Utro.ru
20 января, 10:28
Слуцкая в седьмой раз взяла европейское золото
Slutskaya in seventh time took European gold

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Российское фигурное катание из года в год доказывает, что, несмотря на непростую экономическую и политическую ситуацию в нашей стране, именно этот вид спорта был и остается одним из сильнейших. Отечественные фигуристы даже в условиях жестокой конкуренции умудряются побеждать как на чемпионатах мира и Европы, так и на этапах Гран-при по фигурному катанию.
Russian figure skating from year to year proves, that, in spite of complex economic and political situation in our country, precisely, this form of sport was and remains one of the strong. Domestic figure skaters even under the conditions of the cut-throat competition teach to conquer both on the championships of world and Europe and in the Grand Prix Series on figure skating.

На проходящем ныне чемпионате Европы по фигурному катанию в Лионе российские пары уже доказали, что по крайней мере среди европейцев мы были и остаемся сильнейшими. Вчерашний же вечер принес выигрыш еще одной нашей спортсменке, причем она побеждает на европейских первенствах уже в седьмой раз.
On that passing now the championship of Europe on figure skating in Lyon Russian pairs already proved that at least we were among the Europeans and we remain strongest. However, yesterday's evening brought gain one additional our sportswoman, it conquering on the European superiority already seventh time.

Этой спортсменкой является выдающаяся фигуристка-одиночница Ирина Слуцкая, которая, блестяще откатав короткую и произвольную программы, получила свое законное золото. Ее оценка за прокат произвольной программы составила 126,81 баллов. Единственной ошибкой стала помарка, допущенная после тройного флипа, когда спортсменка коснулась рукой льда. Однако даже это не смогло повлиять на высокие оценки Ирины и не испортило общее впечатление от ее выступления.
This sportswoman is the outstanding figure skater -[odinochnitsa] Irina Slutskaya, who, is brilliant [otkatav] short and free programs, received the legal gold. Its estimation for hire of free program composed 126,81 marks. Only error became the blot, allowed after triple flip, when sportswoman touched ice with her hand. However, even this could not influence the appreciations of Irina and did not spoil the general impression from her performance.


MSNBC
Associated Press
9:32 a.m. ET Jan. 20, 2006
Slutskaya sets record with 7th European title
Russian eclipses Witt, Henie


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Russia's Irina Slutskaya performs during the women's free skate at the European Figure Skating Championships on Thursday.

LYON, France - Irina Slutskaya would rather not think too much about the Olympics just yet. She knows a lot of things can go wrong.
You never know what can happen,” Slutskaya said. “It’s ice. It’s slippery. It’s life.
Regardless, she will head into Turin in a less than a month with a record seventh European figure skating title — one more than Katarina Witt and Sonja Henie. Henie and Witt still have something Slutskaya doesn’t — an Olympic gold medal.
Henie dominated Europe in the 1930s, and added 10 world titles and three Olympic golds. Witt won her six Europeans in the 1980s, along with four worlds, and two Olympics.
Katarina Witt, for me, was the best skater in the world. I never, never thought I could beat her,” said Slutskaya, who has won world titles in 2002 and 2005.
Now she could be the one whose record will be broken.
Maybe in 10 or 20 years, somebody will beat the record and they will say, ‘Oh! You know you beat the record of Irina Slutskaya.”’

In the women’s free skate Thursday, Slutskaya did five triples to a routine of flamenco music, but put her hand to the ice on a triple flip.
I made a small mistake, I don’t know why it happened, I was off balance (but) I was sure I could skate well. I saw all the other skaters, all the other girls skated well, and I’m pleased with my second mark, it was better than yesterday.
Still, she was easily in front with 126.81 points for the free skate, and 193.24 overall. She clapped her hands on seeing the scores, and said “Seven, seven, seven,” into TV cameras.
I love this pressure. It is not interesting when nobody skates well,” she said. “I like it when the atmosphere is really competitive like tonight.

Slutskaya first won the title in 1996, becoming the first Russian or former Soviet woman to take a major figure skating championship. She won again in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005.
You know, back then, I was just thinking, ‘This is the beginning,”’ Slutskaya said. “Now I am thinking it is maybe the end.
Slutskaya, despite all of her success, has had down periods, too. She didn’t qualify for the Russian team in 1999 and was sidelined for most of the 2003-2004 season with a heart ailment for which she still takes medication.
She’s still considered the favorite to win gold at Turin, despite the fact she’ll be 27 — old by normal skating standards — the day before the games open. Her only loss since the 2004 world championships was to 15 year-old Mao Asada of Japan in last month’s Grand Prix Final, but Asada was too young to be eligible for Turin.
Slutskaya’s gold put the Russians halfway to another sweep.


ESPN.com
Associated Press
Jan. 19, 2006, 7:53 PM ET
Slutskaya wins record 7th European skating title

LYON, France -- Irina Slutskaya never dreamed of topping Sonja Henie or Katarina Witt. Now the Russian stands above both greats.

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Slutskaya now has one more European title than Katarina Witt and Sonja Henie.

Slutskaya won her record seventh title at the European figure skating championships Thursday, breaking the mark she'd shared with Henie and Witt.
"Katarina Witt, for me, was the best skater in the world. I never, never thought I could beat her, of course," Slutskaya said. "Maybe in 10 or 20 years, somebody will beat the record and they will say, 'Oh! You know you beat the record of Irina Slutskaya.'"

Slutskaya finished with an overall score of 193.24 points, easily beating fellow Russian Elena Sokolova. She clapped her hands on seeing the scores and said "Seven, seven, seven" into TV cameras.
Sokolova was second with 177.81 points. Italy's Carolina Kostner, who will carry the Italian flag in the opening ceremonies of the Torino Games next month, won the bronze medal.
"I love this pressure. It is not interesting when nobody skates well," Slutskaya said. "I like it when the atmosphere is really competitive like tonight."
Slutskaya's victory puts Russia halfway to another sweep of the European titles.

Henie dominated the sport in the 1930s, also winning 10 titles at the world championships and three Olympic gold medals (1928, 1932, 1936). Witt won her six European titles in the 1980s, along with four world crowns and Olympic golds in 1984 and 1988.
Slutskaya won her initial European crown in 1996, becoming the first Russian or Soviet woman to win the title. She won again in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005.
"You know, back then, I was just thinking this is the beginning," she said. "Now I am thinking it is maybe the end."

First, though, there are the Torino Olympics, where Slutskaya will be the heavy favorite to win gold.
Slutskaya has been almost unbeatable since returning from the heart ailment that sidelined her for most of the 2003-04 season and for which she still takes medication. Her only loss since the 2004 world championships was to Mao Asada of Japan at last month's Grand Prix final.
But the 15-year-old is too young for Torino, making Slutskaya a favorite to upgrade the silver she won four years ago in Salt Lake City.
"You never know what can happen," she cautioned. "It's ice. It's slippery. It's life."

Slutskaya put her hand to the ice on a triple flip, one of five triple jumps she did Thursday. But it was a minor mistake, and she easily won the free skate to beat Sokolova.
"I made a small mistake; I don't know why it happened. I was off-balance [but] I was sure I could skate well," Slutskaya said. "I saw all the other skaters -- all the other girls skated well -- and I'm pleased with my second mark; it was better than yesterday."
Sokolova did six triples and was thrilled with her program to a modern version of "Romeo and Juliet." Kostner did five triples but fell once.


news.sawf.org
Jan. 19, 2006 (EST)
Slutskaya in seventh heaven with record European win
World champion Irina Slutskaya won a record seventh women's title at the European figure skating championships.

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Irina Slutskaya celebrates on the podium

LYON, France (AFP) - She took gold ahead of fellow Russian Elena Sokolova, the 2003 world and European silver medallist, with Carolina Kostner of Italy taking bronze after the free skating final.

Olympic silver-medallist Slutskaya overtakes the legendary Sonja Henie of Norway, who won six titles in a row between 1931-1936 and Germany's Katarina Witt, winner from 1983-1988.
"Katarina Witt was for me the best skater in the world," said Slutskaya.
"I really liked the way she skated. I never thought I could beat her and put my name in history," added the skater who was the first Russian woman to win the title in 1996.
She also won in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005.
"Then I was just thinking 'this is the beginning' and now I'm thinking 'maybe this is the end'," said the 26-year-old after her tenth Europeans.

But the two-time world champion insisted that she would make a decision on her future after the Olympics next month where she will bid to become the first Russian woman to win gold.
"I can't answer how I'll feel psychologically (at the Olympics). You never know what will happen."

Slutskaya's free skating performance to Mario Takes a Walk and a Rhumba and Flamenco combination was not perfect as she touch down on a triple toeloop jump. She included six triple jumps but did not attempt a triple-triple.
But she scored highly for choreography and interpretation, gaining extra points for her spins and footwork for a combined total of 193.24 points.
"I think I skated pretty good, not great, but it was a good performance," she explained.
"I worked very hard for my second mark and it was very high today."

Sokolova, 25, gave a strong challenge earning 177.81 after giving a clean performance to the Romeo and Juliet musical which included six triples including a triple-triple-double combination. "The Europeans are really a preparation for the Olympics," said Sokolova who won the Russian national title this year after Slutskaya withdrew through illness.

And world bronze medallist Kostner showed her form for the Olympics at home next month by jumping from fifth position following the short programme to score 172.45.
Kostner, cousin of Italian skiier Isolde Kostner, opened with a triple flip-triple toeloop combination to Vivaldi's Four Seasons, but fell on her final triple salchow.
"I must admit that I've been very nervous all this week. I felt a lot of eyes were on me and a lot of pressure," said Kostner, who will carry the Italian flag at the Olympics opening ceremony in Turin. "I didn't do everything as I would have liked but I can now work towards the Olympics."


ESPN.com
Associated Press
Jan. 19, 2006, 8:02 AM ET
Slutskaya poised to win record 7th European title

LYON, France -- Irina Slutskaya captured the short program Wednesday, putting the Russian in position to win and overtake Katarina Witt and Sonia Henie with her seventh title at the European Championships.
Slutskaya skated early but her score of 66.04 points held up for nearly five hours. Russia's Elena Sokolova was second at 60.88, followed by Switzerland's Sarah Meier at 60.87.
The long program is Thursday. If Slutskaya wins, she will break the European record she shares with Witt and Henie, two of figure skating's greatest names.
"I don't think about it," Slutskaya said. "It is still a hard competition I just want to give my best. It is not the reason why I'm coming here."
Slutskaya skated third and not many saw her morning performance.
"You know I was so upset because there was no crowd over there," Slutskaya said. "I am used to so many people in competition."
She went with an easier combination of a triple lutz-double toe loop. But her spins, spirals and landings were far superior to the other competitors in her routine to "Totenttanz" by Franz Liszt.

Michelle Kwan has chosen the same music for her short program and hopes to use it at the Olympics if she is approved by U.S. skating officials next week. Kwan was placed on the Olympic team but must prove she is fit following her withdrawal from the national championships because of a groin injury.
"I wish to see her at the Olympics, and I wish to see her on the podium," Slutskaya said.
Slutskaya might be the Olympic favorite despite her loss to 15-year-old Mao Asada at last month's Grand Prix Final. Asada is not eligible for Turin because she missed the age deadline by 87 days.
Sokolova took second with a dramatic program to the opera "Turandot." Meier was 10th at the last two Europeans. Newcomer Elene Gedevanishvili of Georgia was fourth. Only 16, she did a difficult triple flip-triple toe loop combination.
Slutskaya is trying to help Russia to a sweep of titles.


news.sawf.org
Jan. 18, 2006 (EST)
Slutskaya relishing clash with old foe Kwan
World champion Irina Slutskaya warned that she is relishing a clash with her old foe Michelle Kwan at the Winter Olympics next month after taking the lead at the European figure skating championships here.

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LYON, France (AFP) - Slutskaya move closer to becoming the most successful European woman's figure skater ever by taking pole position after the short programme ahead of fellow Russian Elena Sokolova and Sarah Meier of Switzerland.

The 25-year-old will surpass the legendary Sonja Henie of Norway and Germany's Katarina Witt by winning a seventh women's crown here this week to add to those she won in 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005.

And she said she was looking forward to meeting old rival Kwan in Turin and bidding to move up to the gold medal position after achieving silver four years ago in Salt Lake City.

World champion in 2002 and 2005, Slutskaya has emerged from the shadows of five-time world champion Kwan, behind whom she finished runner-up at three world championships - 1998, 2000 and 2001.
"It's been a long time since we've met," said Slutskaya.
"I so miss her. I'm looking forward to competing against her again. But I don't really think about it now because you have to finish one competition before going on to the next."

After missing most of the 2003-2004 season injured the Russian has been in form this year, winning the Cup of Russia and Cup of China, although she pulled out of the Russian nationals through illness.

Kwan, 25, has not competed this season because of groin and hip injuries and was awarded a special berth to compete in Turin as she bids for the only title to elude her. Her last world title was in 2003 and she finished fourth last year behind Slutskaya in Moscow.

Slutskaya dominated the field Wednesday, scoring 66.43 points for her technically difficult routine to Totentanz by Franz Liszt which included a triple lutz-double loop opening combination and finishing off with her trademark double Biellmann spin with foot change.

Russian national champion Sokolova scored 60.88 just ahead of Meier's 60.87 going into Thursday's free skating final. Sixteen-year-old Elene Gedevanishvili of Georgia, competing in her first major competition, is placed fourth.


サンスポ > 女王スルツカヤが2連覇…欧州選手権
欧州選手権第3日(19日、フランス・リヨン=共同)
 女子は世界女王のイリーナ・スルツカヤ(ロシア)が193.24点で2連覇を果たした。7度目の優勝で、ソニア・ヘニー(ノルウェー)とカタリナ・ビット(当時東ドイツ)を抜き、優勝回数で歴代単独1位となった。18日のショートプログラム(SP)でリードしたスルツカヤは、フリーでも高難度のジャンプを次々に決めて圧勝した。
 だが、約1カ月後に五輪を控える特別なシーズンだけに「まるで考えていなかった」と、あまり実感はわかない様子。スルツカヤが抜いたのは、第二次大戦前に一世を風靡(ふうび)したヘニー、五輪で2連覇したビットの偉大な女王たち。「ビットは自分にとって世界で最高のスケーター。その記録を破るとは思っていなかった」とニッコリ。


スポニチ [ 2006年01月21日 ]
スルツカヤ 欧州選手権で7度目V
 フィギュアスケートの欧州選手権は19日、フランス・リヨンで第3日を行い、トリノ五輪女子金メダル最有力候補のイリーナ・スルツカヤ(26=ロシア)がフリーも1位となり、合計193・24点で連覇。通算7度目の優勝は、五輪3連覇のソニア・ヘニー(ノルウェー)、五輪連覇のカタリナ・ビット(当時東ドイツ)を抜き、同大会歴代1位となった。
 「ビットは私にとって世界最高のスケーター。彼女を抜けるとは思わなかった」と喜んだスルツカヤだが「これが始まり」と悲願の金メダルを狙うトリノ五輪へ気を引き締めた。ジャンプで1度、手をつくミスがあったが、04年の復帰後は昨年末のGPファイナルで浅田真央(15=グランプリ東海ク)に負けた以外は9戦全勝という強さ。「少し休んで、またハードに練習する」と照準を金メダル1本に絞った。 同内容記事:MSN毎日


日刊スポーツ [2006/1/20/08:03 紙面から]
スルツカヤSP首位発進/フィギュア
<フィギュアスケート:欧州選手権>◇2日目◇18日◇フランス・リヨン

 史上最強の「アネゴ」が日本勢に立ちはだかる。フィギュアスケートの世界女王イリーナ・スルツカヤ(ロシア)は、トリノ五輪開幕前日に27歳になる。過去19回の五輪で最年長優勝は23歳。最近3大会は10代が優勝するなど若手が台頭するが、最強女王には関係ない。18日にフランス・リヨンで行われた欧州選手権ショートプログラム(SP)では貫録の首位。同大会史上最多7度目の優勝を手土産に、トリノに乗り込む。

 女王の演技だった。33人中3番目に滑ったスルツカヤは、最初の連続ジャンプを軽々決めると、最高レベル4のスパイラルやスピンを次々に披露した。貫録の滑り。演技後は「いい演技ができた。(滑走順が早く)朝10時には準備しないといけないから大変だったけどね」と笑った。ビットらを上回る7度目の優勝をすでに確信していた。

 五輪開幕前日に27歳になる。五輪最年長優勝は、36年大会ソニア・ヘニーの23歳。競技の平均年齢が若いフィギュア界では、間違いなく「ベテラン」だ。だが衰えるどころか限界すら見えない。初めての五輪は19歳。世界初Vも荒川より遅い23歳だった。実は遅咲きのスルツカヤは、人より遅いピークを迎えている。

 良い成績を残せずロシア代表からも外されていた99年8月、トレーナーだったミヘーエフ氏と結婚。20歳にして新たな人生は始まった。「何でみんな結婚しないのかしら」と言えるほど充実した生活。生まれ故郷のモスクワを拠点にし、1度も離れたことがない。米国選手のように、プロ転向のため早くに引退する環境がなかったことも要因だ。

 昨季から本格導入された新採点方式も後押しする。両足を交互に頭上に掲げる高難度のビールマンスピンは、スルツカヤの代名詞。まねる選手も増えたが「まねされるのは光栄。うれしく思う」と余裕たっぷりに言えるだけの自信がある。

 優勝候補だった02年大会は、銀メダルに終わり控室で号泣した。母の病気、自身の心臓病も乗り越えてきた。医師に「競技から離れれば飲まなくて良い」と言われた薬も、競技を選択して飲み続けている。「五輪後も引退は考えてないわ。健康なら続けたい。トリノで何が起きようと、今までのキャリアが私の誇り」。ロシア女子初の金メダル。それだけが女王を癒す。
 
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