The Seniors enters The Nordics 2019

It’s the third competition day in Linköping and today, the Seniors enters the arena. Juniors Ladies will compete for the medals today. Yesterday in the Junior Men category, Oliver Praetorius from Sweden won the gold medal.

13:30 Junior Ladies
16:35 Senior Ladies
18:50 Senior Men

Yesterday’s gold medal winners
Junior Men: Oliver Praetorius, SWE, 148.56 points
Advanced Novice Girls: Janna Jyrkinen, FIN, 103.68 points
Advanced Novice Boys: Erik Pellnor, SWE, 93.60 points

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