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Denis Ten wins Golden Spin of Zagreb 09 декабря 2014, 13:26

The bronze medalist of the Sochi Olympics Denis Ten has become the winner of the 47th Golden Spin of Zagreb in Croatia.
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Photo courtesy of Vesti.kz Photo courtesy of Vesti.kz

The bronze medalist of the Sochi Olympics Denis Ten has become the winner of the 47th Golden Spin of Zagreb in Croatia, Tengrinews reports citing Vesti.kz.

Ten, 21, took the lead after his short program with 92.51 points. Then Ten earned 157.43 points for his free skating program. In total, the Kazakhstani ice skater had 249.94 points.

The Czech ice skater Michal Brezina landed on the second place with 239.62 points.

Konstantin Menshov from Russia took the third place at the tournament in Zagreb with 229,51 points.

The Golden Spin of Zagreb is an annual senior level ice-skating competition. This year, the tournament became part of the ISU Challenger Series.

By Gyuzel Kamalova



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