Tag Archives: Carolina Kostner

A journey through Carolina Kostner’s emotions at 2018 Worlds: “4th place is bitter, but it doesn’t define who I am, it doesn’t define my career”

In the press conference room in Milan, at the end of the ladies event, the effervescence among the medalists, the media is really palpable, and rightfully so: Kaetlyn Osmond has just won the first World…

2018 Olympics in PyeongChang: here’s to the ones who dream

Embed from Getty Images These Olympics have been a dream. Metaphorically – and even more so literally. In Europe you had to get up in the depth of night so you could watch live the…

2018 Europeans: Carolina Kostner at her finest

Waited since the beginning of the season, the duel between Eteri Tutberidze’s prodigies finally happened at Europeans – and it’s the 15-year-old Alina Zagitova who leads, by 1.7 points, over the two-time World champion Evgenia…

Ode to skating, ode to Carolina Kostner

This week in Moscow, Carolina Kostner enters the 14th Europeans of her career – she made her senior debut in Malmö, Sweden, in 2003, skating to “Variations on the Canon in D” by George Winston.…

The dancer and the faun – highlights on the ice of Moscow

This is it: 2017 Rostelecom Cup is in the books – and we’re taking you in a colourful journey into the biggest moments of the first Grand Prix event of the Olympic season. Because apart…