Today was the first of a five day international figure skating competition in Estonia; the Tallinn Trophy.
Day one kicked off with the Short Program and saw Great Britain’s senior figure skating pair, Christopher Boyadji and Amani Fancy, beat their current personal best!
Skating to La Vie En Rose by Louis Armstrong, the pair overall scored 53.94 and beat their current Short Program personal best of 48.75. With tough competition from Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot of Germany, Boyadji and Fancy were overall placed third in the Short Program.
Tomorrow, Thursday 19th November, Boyadji and Fancy will compete in the competition’s final Free Skating and we wish them the best of luck!
To see Tallinn Trophy results from day one of senior pairs, click here. To see the event’s schedule for tomorrow, click here.
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Published 18th November 2015