TASS, November 10. The red fighters, Natalya Zabiyako and Alexander Enbert, who were skating, came to the Grand Prix final. This became known as a result of the Hiroshima Grand Prix Grand Prix, where Zabiyako and Enbert won, gaining 214.14 points.
Chinese Cheng Peng and Yang Jin (207.24) took second place in the tournament in Japan, and Americans Alex Shimek and Chris Knirim (190.49) took third place.
In the previous round, the Helsinki Grand Prix, which passed earlier in November, the Russian couple also won the first place (198.51). These results enabled Zabiyako and Enbert to enter the Grand Prix final for the first time in the 2016/17 season, then the Russians took fourth place.
Three more couples in Russia have the chance to reach the Grand Prix finals. Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov won the first round of the current US Grand Prix season (204.85), Alisa Efimova and Alexander Korovin took second place in this tournament (178.98), Daria Pavlyuchenko and Denis Khodykin won bronze in Helsinki 185.61). All three couples will come out on ice at the Moscow Grand Prix stage (16-18 November) to reach the end of the series they need to complete the tournament in the top three.
Zabiyako and Enbert have played together, and since 2015 the couple is the bronze medal twice the Russian championship and also the active skater silver at the 2018 Olympics Olympic Team in Pyeongchang.
The Hiroshima Grand Prix round will end on Sunday. The Grand Prix Final will be held in Vancouver between December 5th and 9th.