Niina Petrokina | Golden Skate

Niina Petrokina

GoneWithTheWind

On the Ice
Joined
Dec 7, 2018
Country
United-Kingdom
Niina Petrõkina (born 14 August 2004) is an Estonian figure skater. She is the 2021 CS Warsaw Cup silver medalist, the 2021 CS Cup of Austria and 2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb bronze medalist, and the 2022 Estonian national champion.

On the junior level, she is the 2020 Estonian junior national champion, and competed at the 2020 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00104482.htm

Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niina_Petrõkina

Rink Results
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=1511

Skating Scores
https://skatingscores.com/est/women/niina_petrokina/

ISU Personal Bests

Personal Best Total Score188.86ISU CS Warsaw Cup 2021
Personal Best Score Short Program65.90ISU World Junior Championships 2022
Personal Best Score Free Skating123.94ISU CS Warsaw Cup 2021

Programs
2022-2023 Season

SP: Give Us a Little Love by Fallulah
FS: Dusty Road by Havasi; Prelude (The Age Of Heroes) by Havasi

2021-2022 Season
SP: Je N'Attendais Que Vous by Masha Mnjoyan
FS: Love Of My Life

Results

CompetitionSPFSFinal
2022-2023 Season
2022 NHK Trophy867 (180.29)
2022 Skate Canada786 (181.34)
2022 Nebelhorn Trophy13511 (152.00)
2021-2022 Season
World Junior Championships 20226109 (173.49)
2022 World Championships171616 (176.60)
2022 European Championships1778 (187.07)
2021 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb413 (182.57)
2022 Estonian Championships111 (211.83)
2021 CS Warsaw Cup332 (188.86)
2021 CS Cup of Austria323 (181.17)
2021 JGP Cup of Austria644 (177.06)
2021 JGP Courchevel #2497 (145.32)
2019-2020 Season
2020 World Junior Championships33-33 (46.56)
2020 Tallink Hotels Cup (Jr.)111 (174.42)
2020 Estonian Championships222 (171.58)
2019 JGP Baltic Cup91010 (156.90)
2019 JGP Riga Cup1166 (166.83)
2018-2019 Season
2019 Tallink Hotels Cup (Jr.)111 (144.76)
2019 Estonian Championships344 (142.45)
2018 JGP Czech Skate12911 (141.71)
2017-2018 Season
2018 Tallink Hotels Cup (Jr.)111 (149.73)
2018 Estonian Junior Championships323 (130.92)
2018 Estonian Championships677 (127.02)
2017 Novice Volvo Open Cup111 (97.75)
2017 Novice Egna Spring Trophy, Group A422 (99.52)
2017 Novice FBMA Trophy712 (81.92)
2016-2017 Season
2016 Novice Tallinn Trophy13109 (88.14)
2016 Novice Volvo Open Cup344 (89.10)
2016 Novice Denkova-Staviski Cup846 (78.08)
 
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kallirroe

On the Ice
Joined
Mar 1, 2015
Why is not petrokina ging to Olympics? She had better season than Eva and thought she was named for Olympic team after nationals. Did something changed? Do you know?
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
Why is not petrokina ging to Olympics? She had better season than Eva and thought she was named for Olympic team after nationals. Did something changed? Do you know?
She wasn't named to the Olympic team. I believe that the criteria said that if the skater who earned the spot was top two in the Euros race (how Estonia ranks skaters for Europeans), then the spot was theirs. So Eva-Lotta got the spot.
 

Vemvane

On the Ice
Joined
Nov 11, 2019
Dramatic free at Nebelhorn. This will be an exciting programme to watch develop across the season, I think!

 
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