Alexander Majorov silver medalist in The Nordics 2019

Alexander Majorov gets a total 187,58 points and a silver medal in the Nordics 2019 in Linköping. Norwegian skater Sondre Oddball Bøe wins the gold metal and is the first Norwegian senior to win gold in The Nordics since 1962. Oliver Praetorius wins gold medal in Junior Men’s category and Emelie Nordqvist wins the silver medal in Junior Ladies category.

The Nordics 2019 medalists

Senior Ladies
Gold: Jenni Saarinen, Finland
Silver: Gerli Liinamäe, Estonia
Bronze: Vera Stolt, Finland

Senior Men
Gold: Sondre Oddvoll Bøe, Norway
Silver: Alexander Majorov, Sweden
Bronze: Aleksandr Selevko, Estonia

Junior Ladies
Gold: Selma Välitalo, Finland
Silver: Emelie Nordqvist, Sweden
Bronze: Laura Karhunen, Finland

Junior Men
Gold: Oliver Praetorius, Sweden
Silver: Daniel Seidel, Sweden
Bronze: Lucas Tiilikainen, Finland

Advance Novice Girls
Gold: Janna Jyrkinen, Finland
Silver: Janni Riekkinen, Finland
Bronze: Olivia Lisko, Finland

Advanced Novice Boys
Gold: Erik Pellnor, Sweden
Silver: Mattias Lindfors, Finland
Bronze: Jari Krestyannikov, Finland

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