World Figure Skating Championship ended before a couple days with great results.
Yuzuru Hanyu brightened all this season as he won his second gold medal.
Hanyu became the second figure skater after Alexei Yagudin winning Olympic and World titles in one season.
He stood in the first place with 282.59 points, ahead of compatriot Tatsuki Machida, ahead of him by 33 hundredths.
And third place went to Javier Fernandez.
Young Russian Maxim Kovtun was fourth, and fifth Jeremy Abbott (USA). The men’s top 5 is completed by: Takahiko Kozuka (Japan), Han Yan (China), Max Aaron (USA), Chafik BESSEGHIER (France) and Tomas Verner (Czech Republic).
Mao Asada had triumphed in Saitama as she won his third world title. She won in the short and in the voluntary program by collecting 216.69 points. After the failure in the short program at the Olympics in Sochi, Mao, which had announced his retirement, said that it can stay on the ice. Russian teenage sensation Yulia Lipnitskaya is on the second place with 207.50 points.And on the 3rd place, Carolina Kostner from Italy with 203.83 points. And here are the final standings for the ladies competition at the 2014 World Figure Skating Championship: Mao Asada (Japan), Yulia Lipnitskaya (Russia), Carolina Kostner (Italy), Anna Pogorilaya (Russia), Gracie Gold (USA), Akiko Suzuki (Japan), Ashley Wagner (USA) and Polina Edmunds (USA).
The gold medals in dancing couples go into the hands of Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte.
They won first place with a total of 175.43 points and came to the biggest success of their career.
With a difference of 0.02 hundredths on the second place are Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje from Canada.
Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat remained in third place with 175.37 points.
Top 3 is complemented by: Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov (Russia), Madison Chock and Evan Bates (USA) and Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani (USA).
Congrats to all winners!