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Fedor Klimov is a Russian pair figure skater competing at the 2014 Olympics with his partner [[Ksenia Stolbova]]. Klimov and Stolbova are the current Russian National Champions. Klimov and Stolbova helped Russia win the first gold medal in the team competition.
 
Fedor Klimov is a Russian pair figure skater competing at the 2014 Olympics with his partner [[Ksenia Stolbova]]. Klimov and Stolbova are the current Russian National Champions. Klimov and Stolbova helped Russia win the first gold medal in the team competition.
   
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==Sochi 2014==
 
Team Event
 
Team Event
 
Stolbova and Klimov competed in the free skate portion of the team even placing first and earning Russia ten points towards their overall total that won the gold medal.
 
Stolbova and Klimov competed in the free skate portion of the team even placing first and earning Russia ten points towards their overall total that won the gold medal.

Latest revision as of 01:17, February 13, 2014

Fedor Klimov
Klimov
Country Russia
Sport Figure skating
Best Events pair
Olympics Attended 2014
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
1 1 0
Personal Information
Nickname
Birthdate 7 September 1990
Birthplace Leningard, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Height 5 ft 11 1/2 in (1.81 m)
Weight
Hometown

Fedor Klimov is a Russian pair figure skater competing at the 2014 Olympics with his partner Ksenia Stolbova. Klimov and Stolbova are the current Russian National Champions. Klimov and Stolbova helped Russia win the first gold medal in the team competition.

Sochi 2014Edit

Team Event Stolbova and Klimov competed in the free skate portion of the team even placing first and earning Russia ten points towards their overall total that won the gold medal.

Event Score Rank Points
Free 135.09 1 10

Pair Competition

Event Score Rank
Short 75.21 3
Free 143.47 2
Overall 218.68 2

These scores were personal bests for Stolbova and Klimov.

Major Competition ResultsEdit

  • Olympics: 2014-1st [team]; 2014-2nd [pair]
  • European Championships: 2012-3rd; 2013-6th, 2014-2nd
  • Russian National Championships: 2011-6th; 2012-2nd; 2013-3rd; 2014-1st

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