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Daniel Grassl
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Personal information
Country represented Italy
Born (2002-04-04) 4 April 2002 (age 20)
Merano, Italy
Home townMerano
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
CoachEteri Tutberidze, Daniil Gleikhengauz, Sergei Dudakov
Former coachLorenzo Magri, Alisa Mikonsaari, Eva Martinek, Angelina Turenko, Alexei Letov, Olga Ganicheva, Giorgia Carrossa, Ludmila Mladenova
ChoreographerBenoît Richaud, Jason Brown
Skating clubSambo-70
Training locationsEgna, Italy
Former training locationsNorwood, Massachusetts
Began skating2009
World standing
ISU personal best scores
Combined total278.07
2022 Winter Olympics
Short program97.62
2022 Worlds
Free skate187.43
2022 Winter Olympics

Daniel Grassl (born 4 April 2002) is an Italian figure skater. He is the 2022 European silver medalist, the 2022 MK John Wilson Trophy champion, the 2019 World Junior bronze medalist, and a four-time Italian national champion (2019–2022). He has won ten senior international medals, including gold at four ISU Challenger Series events (2018 CS Inge Solar Memorial – Alpen Trophy, 2019 CS Asian Open Trophy, 2019 CS Ice Star, 2021 CS Lombardia Trophy).

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2022 European Figure Skating Championships

2022 European Figure Skating Championships

The 2022 European Figure Skating Championships were held from 10 to 16 January 2022 in Tallinn, Estonia. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. The competition determined the entry quotas for each federation at the 2023 European Championships. Russia swept the titles for a second consecutive European Championships and for the eighth time in history.

2022 MK John Wilson Trophy

2022 MK John Wilson Trophy

The 2022 MK John Wilson Trophy is the fourth event in the 2022–23 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, a senior-level international invitational competition series. It will be held at the IceSheffield in Sheffield on November 11–13. It is the replacement event for Cup of China. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Skaters will earn points toward qualifying for the 2022–23 Grand Prix Final.

2019 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

2019 World Junior Figure Skating Championships

The 2019 World Junior Figure Skating Championships were held in Zagreb, Croatia from 4 to 10 March 2019.

Italian Figure Skating Championships

Italian Figure Skating Championships

The Italian Figure Skating Championships are a competition held annually to determine the national champions of Italy. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, ice dancing, and synchronized skating.

ISU Challenger Series

ISU Challenger Series

The ISU Challenger Series is a series of international figure skating competitions. Established by the International Skating Union in the 2014–15 season, it is a group of senior-level events ranked below the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating. Each event consists of at least three disciplines out of four, and is required to take place between August 1 and December 15.

2018 CS Inge Solar Memorial – Alpen Trophy

2018 CS Inge Solar Memorial – Alpen Trophy

The 2018 CS Inge Solar Memorial – Alpen Trophy was held in November 2018 in Innsbruck, Austria. It is part of the 2018–19 ISU Challenger Series. Medals will be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

2019 CS Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy

2019 CS Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy

The 2019 CS Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy was held in November 2019 in Dongguan, China. It was part of the 2019–20 ISU Challenger Series. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dance.

2019 CS Ice Star

2019 CS Ice Star

The 2019 CS Ice Star was held in October 2019 in Minsk, Belarus. It was part of the 2019–20 ISU Challenger Series. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dance.

2021 CS Lombardia Trophy

2021 CS Lombardia Trophy

The 2021 CS Lombardia Trophy Memorial Anna Grandolfi was held on September 10–12, 2021 in Bergamo, Italy. It was part of the 2021–22 ISU Challenger Series. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, and ice dance.

Career

Early years

Grassl began learning to skate in 2009.[2] His first coach was Ludmila Mladenova in Merano.[3] He competed internationally in the advanced novice ranks from the 2012–2013 season through 2014–2015.

Making his junior international debut, Grassl won the bronze medal at the Lombardia Trophy in September 2015.[4] He won his first Italian national junior title in December of the same year.

2016–2017 season

During the season, Grassl trained in Egna, Italy, coached by Lorenzo Magri.[5] In August 2016, he competed at his first ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) assignment in Saint-Gervais-les-Bains. After finishing 7th in France, he had the same result at his next JGP event, in Yokohama, Japan. In December, he repeated as Italy's national junior champion.

In February 2017, Grassl won silver at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Erzurum, Turkey.

2017–2018 season

Coached by Magri,[6] Grassl began his season on the JGP series, placing 6th in Brisbane, Australia, and then 7th in Egna, Italy. His senior international debut came in late October 2017 at the Golden Bear of Zagreb in Croatia; ranked first in both segments, Grassl outscored British champion Graham Newberry by 13.33 points for the gold medal. During his time in Croatia, he was the youngest skater ever to land a quad lutz. In November, he stepped onto two more senior international podiums, taking gold at the Ice Challenge in Austria (27.33 points ahead of silver medalist Javier Raya from Spain) and then bronze at the Merano Cup in Italy (where he finished behind Newberry and Raya).

2018–2019 season

In August, Grassl won bronze at the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Slovakia. In October, he received the senior gold medal at the Golden Bear of Zagreb after becoming the first European to land a quad loop in international competition. In December, he outscored Matteo Rizzo by 4.48 points to become the Italian national senior champion.

Grassl next competed at his first European Championships, where he placed ninth in the short program and fifth in the free skate, for sixth place overall. As Rizzo won the bronze medal at Europeans, he was assigned to Italy's lone men's place at the 2019 World Championships, while Grassl was sent to the 2019 World Junior Championships.[7] He placed third in the short program, winning a bronze small medal, despite a minor error on his triple Axel.[8]

2019–2020 season

Grassl began his season on the Junior Grand Prix in Poland, where he won the bronze medal.[9] His second event was the Italian JGP event, held in his home rink, where he won the gold medal, qualifying to the Junior Grand Prix Final.[10] Moving to the senior level Challenger series, Grassl won both the Asian Open and the Ice Star.

At the JGP Final in Torino, Grassl was the lone Italian skater to qualify at either the senior or junior level. Two days before the competition began, his right skate broke, which he attempted to remedy with tape. This proved inadequate in skating the short program, where he placed fifth after missing the second part of his jump combination.[11] Grassl then replaced his skates with only a day's preparation and struggled in the free skate, finishing last among the competitors.[12] Shortly afterward, he won his second consecutive Italian national title.

Returning to the European Championships, Grassl placed eleventh in the short program with multiple errors.[13] Staging a comeback in the free skate, he was second in that segment with a new personal best score and rose to fourth place overall, under two points short of the silver medal.[14]

Grassl placed sixth in the short program at the 2020 World Junior Championships in Tallinn, Estonia.[15] Grassl attempted the quad flip in competition for the first time in the free skate, underrotating both it and his quad Lutz, as well as a triple Axel. He placed third in the segment, winning a small bronze medal, and was fourth overall, 1.74 points behind bronze medalist Petr Gumennik.[16] Grassl was scheduled to make his senior World Championship debut in Montreal, but these were cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.[17]

2020–2021 season

Grassl won the 2020 CS Budapest Trophy and was assigned to make his Grand Prix debut at the 2020 Internationaux de France, but this event was also cancelled as a result of the pandemic.[18]

Grassl won his third consecutive Italian national title in December, after which he tested positive for COVID-19, as a result of which he was off the ice for a month and a half due to quarantine and subsequent concerns about the condition of his heart.[19] Grassl was assigned to compete at the 2021 World Championships in Stockholm, where he placed twelfth.[20] Grassl and Matteo Rizzo's placements qualified two berths for Italian men at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.[21] They were both subsequently named to the Italian team for the 2021 World Team Trophy.[22] Rizzo later withdrew due to a positive COVID test, as a result of which Grassl was the lone Italian man in the competition. He was tenth in the short program and seventh in the free skate, while Team Italy finished in fourth place.[23][24][25]

2021–2022 season

Grassl began the Olympic season at the 2021 CS Lombardia Trophy on home soil. Fifth, after the short program, he won the free skate and took the gold medal.[26] He then made his senior Grand Prix debut at the 2021 Skate America, where he placed seventh.[27] His second Grand Prix assignment was initially the 2021 Cup of China, but following that event's cancellation, he was reassigned to a special home 2021 Gran Premio d'Italia in Turin.[28] Grassl was second in the short program with a new personal best, dropping to third in the free skate to take the bronze medal overall. This was his first Grand Prix medal at the senior level, and he was the lone Italian medalist at the event.[29] Afterward, he expressed a desire to "thank those people in the crowd who supported me."[30]

Following his Grand Prix success, Grassl won another Challenger medal, silver at the 2021 CS Warsaw Cup. He then won a fourth consecutive Italian national title and was named to the Italian Olympic team.[31]

Assigned to compete at the 2022 European Championships in Tallinn, Grassl placed fifth in the short program, seven points behind a trio of Russian skaters in the top three places. He placed second in the free skate, despite both of his triple Lutzes being called for incorrect edges, setting new personal bests in that segment and in total score and taking the silver medal.[32]

Grassl began the 2022 Winter Olympics as the Italian entry in the men's short program of the Olympic team event. He placed fifth in the segment, securing six points for the Italian team.[33] Subsequently, Team Italy did not advance to the second phase of the competition and finished seventh.[34] Grassl next performed his short program in the men's event, coming twelfth.[35] In the free skate, Grassl made only minor errors in a three-quad program, managing a new personal best that saw him fourth in that segment, rising to seventh overall. He deemed it "probably the best of the season."[36]

Grassl concluded his season at the 2022 World Championships in a men's field considerably more open than usual due to the absences of Nathan Chen and Yuzuru Hanyu and the International Skating Union banning all Russian athletes due to their country's invasion of Ukraine.[37] He finished fifth in the short program with a new personal best but dropped to seventh after the free skate.[38][39]

2022–2023 season

In August, before the start of the 2022–23 figure skating season, Grassl announced that he would be leaving Egna, Italy, where he had trained most of his life and relocating to Norwood, Massachusetts to train at The Skating Club of Boston under Alexei Letov and Olga Ganicheva.[40]

Grassl was invited to be part of Team Europe at the Japan Open at the beginning of the season.[41] On the Grand Prix, he placed fourth at the 2022 Skate America.[31] He fared better at his second event, winning gold at the 2022 MK John Wilson Trophy, which result in turn qualified him for the Grand Prix Final, becoming the first ever Italian male figure skater to do so.[42] A week later, he competed at the 2022 CS Warsaw Cup and won the silver medal, finishing less than half a point behind event champion Kévin Aymoz.[31]

Shortly before the Grand Prix Final, Grassl announced that he had moved back to Egna to train due to homesickness.[43] At the Final, Grassl finished in sixth place after placing fourth in the short program and fifth in the free skate.[44]

In January 2023, Grassl started working with Eteri Tutberidze in Moscow, Russia.[45]

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Lombardia Trophy

Lombardia Trophy

The Lombardia Trophy, also known as Memorial Anna Grandolfi, is an annual international figure skating competition. It is held in September in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy. In some years, the event is part of the ISU Challenger Series. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing on the senior, junior, and novice levels.

ISU Junior Grand Prix

ISU Junior Grand Prix

The ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating is a series of international junior-level competitions organized by the International Skating Union. Medals are awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The series was inaugurated in 1997 to complement the senior-level ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating. Skaters earn qualifying points at each Junior Grand Prix event and the six highest-ranking qualifiers meet at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final, which is held concurrently with the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final.

Figure skating at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival

Figure skating at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival

Figure skating competition at the 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival was held in Erzurum, Turkey from February 13 to 15, 2017. Medals were awarded in men's and ladies' singles. Eligible skaters must have been born between July 1, 2000 and June 30, 2002.

Erzurum

Erzurum

Erzurum is a city in eastern Anatolia, Turkey. It is the largest city and capital of Erzurum Province and is 1,900 meters above sea level. Erzurum had a population of 367,250 in 2010.

Brisbane

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Golden Bear of Zagreb

Golden Bear of Zagreb

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Graham Newberry

Graham Newberry

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Ice Challenge

Ice Challenge

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Javier Raya

Javier Raya

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ISU Junior Grand Prix in Slovakia

ISU Junior Grand Prix in Slovakia

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2019 European Figure Skating Championships

2019 European Figure Skating Championships

The 2019 European Figure Skating Championships took place in Minsk, Belarus. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pairs, and ice dancing.

2019 World Figure Skating Championships

2019 World Figure Skating Championships

The 2019 World Figure Skating Championships were held in Saitama, Japan, from March 18–24, 2019.

Records and achievements

  • At the age of 15, Grassl became the youngest person to land a quad Lutz jump in international competition (2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb). His record was broken by Stephen Gogolev in 2018.
  • The first European skater to have completed a quad loop in international competition. He landed the jump in his free skate at the 2018 Golden Bear of Zagreb.

Programs

Season Short program Free skating Exhibition
2022–2023
[46]

2021–2022
[47]
2020–2021
[48]
2019–2020
[49]
2018–2019
[2]
2017–2018
[50]
2016–2017
[5]
  • Smile
    by Charlie Chaplin
    performed by Nat King Cole
  • City Lights
    by Charlie Chaplin

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Short program (figure skating)

Short program (figure skating)

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Free skating

Free skating

The free skating segment of figure skating, also called the free skate and the long program, is the second of two segments of competitions, skated after the short program. Its duration, across all disciplines, is four minutes for senior skaters and teams, and three and one-half minutes for junior skaters and teams. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014—2015 season. The free skating program, across all disciplines, must be well-balanced and include certain elements described and published by the International Skating Union (ISU).

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Jason Brown (figure skater)

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Competitive highlights

CS: Challenger Series; JGP: Junior Grand Prix

International[31][4]
Event 12–13 13–14 14–15 15–16 16–17 17–18 18–19 19–20 20–21 21–22 22–23
Olympics 7th
Worlds C 12th 7th
Europeans 6th 4th 2nd 6th
GP Final 6th
GP Italy 3rd
GP Skate America 7th 4th
GP Wilson Trophy 1st
CS Alpen Trophy 1st
CS Asian Open 1st
CS Budapest Trophy 1st
CS Golden Spin 10th 5th WD
CS Ice Star 1st
CS Lombardia Trophy 1st
CS Warsaw Cup C 2nd 2nd
Egna Trophy 1st
Golden Bear 1st 1st
Ice Challenge 1st
Challenge Cup 2nd
Merano Cup 3rd
Warsaw Cup 1st
International: Junior [31]
Junior Worlds 3rd 4th
JGP Final 6th
JGP Australia 6th
JGP Austria 5th
JGP France 7th
JGP Italy 7th 1st
JGP Japan 7th
JGP Poland 3rd
JGP Slovakia 3rd
EYOF 2nd
Cup of Tyrol 2nd
Gardena/Egna 1st 1st
Golden Bear 1st 1st
Hellmut Seibt 3rd
Leo Scheu 2nd
Lombardia Trophy 3rd
Merano Cup 1st 2nd
Santa Claus Cup 1st 1st
Toruń Cup 1st 1st
International: Advanced novice[4]
Avas Cup 2nd
Bavarian Open 10th
Crystal Skate 1st
Denkova-Staviski 1st
Dragon Trophy 7th
Gardena Trophy 1st
Golden Bear 1st
Heiko Fischer 3rd 2nd
Hellmut Seibt 1st
Lombardia Trophy 3rd
Merano Cup 2nd
Mladost Trophy 5th
Rooster Cup 1st
Toruń Cup 1st
National[31][4]
Italian Championships 1st N 4th J 1st J 1st J 4th 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th
Team events
Olympics 7th T
5th P
World Team Trophy 6th T
11th P
4th T
9th P
Japan Open 3rd T
4th P
Levels: N = Advanced novice; J = Junior
TBD = Assigned; WD = Withdrew; C = Event cancelled
T = Team Result; P = Personal Result
Medals Awarded for team result only

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2012–13 figure skating season

2012–13 figure skating season

The 2012–13 figure skating season began on July 1, 2012, and ended on June 30, 2013. During this season, elite skaters from men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dance competed on the International Skating Union (ISU) Championship level at the 2013 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final.

2013–14 figure skating season

2013–14 figure skating season

The 2013–14 figure skating season began on July 1, 2013, and ended on June 30, 2014. During this season, elite skaters competed at the Olympic level in the 2014 Winter Olympics and at the ISU Championship level in the 2014 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final.

2014–15 figure skating season

2014–15 figure skating season

The 2014–15 figure skating season began on July 1, 2014, and ended on June 30, 2015. During this season, elite skaters competed at the ISU Championship level in the 2015 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships. Other elite events included the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the inaugural ISU Challenger Series.

2015–16 figure skating season

2015–16 figure skating season

The 2015–16 figure skating season began on July 1, 2015, and ended on June 30, 2016. Elite skaters began the season competing on the Grand Prix series or Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series. Following national championships, competitors appeared at ISU Championships, such as the 2016 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships.

2016–17 figure skating season

2016–17 figure skating season

The 2016–17 figure skating season began on July 1, 2016, and ended on June 30, 2017. Elite skaters began the season competing on the Grand Prix series or Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series. Following national championships, competitors will appear at ISU Championships, such as the 2017 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships.

2017–18 figure skating season

2017–18 figure skating season

The 2017–18 figure skating season began on July 1, 2017, and ended on June 30, 2018. During this season, elite skaters competed at the ISU Championship level in the 2018 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships, as well as at the 2018 Winter Olympics. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series.

2018–19 figure skating season

2018–19 figure skating season

The 2018–19 figure skating season began on July 1, 2018, and ended on June 30, 2019. During this season, elite skaters competed at the ISU Championship level in the 2019 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series.

2019–20 figure skating season

2019–20 figure skating season

The 2019–20 figure skating season began on July 1, 2019, and ended on June 30, 2020. During this season, elite skaters competed on the ISU Championship level at the 2020 European, Four Continents, and World Junior Championships; the World Championships were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series.

2020–21 figure skating season

2020–21 figure skating season

The 2020–21 figure skating season began on July 1, 2020, and ended on June 30, 2021. During this season, elite skaters competed on the ISU Championship level at the 2021 World Championships. They also competed in elite events such as the Grand Prix series and the ISU Challenger Series.

2021–22 figure skating season

2021–22 figure skating season

The 2021–22 figure skating season began on July 1, 2021 and ended on June 30, 2022. During this season, elite skaters competed on the ISU Championship level at the 2022 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships, as well as at the 2022 Winter Olympics. They also competed at elite events such as the Grand Prix and Junior Grand Prix series, and the ISU Challenger Series.

2022–23 figure skating season

2022–23 figure skating season

The 2022–23 figure skating season began on July 1, 2022 and will end on June 30, 2023. During this season, elite skaters will compete on the ISU Championship level at the 2023 European, Four Continents, World Junior, and World Championships. They also competed at elite events such as the Grand Prix and Junior Grand Prix series, culminating in the Grand Prix Final, and the ISU Challenger Series.

2021 Gran Premio d'Italia

2021 Gran Premio d'Italia

The 2021 Gran Premio d'Italia was the third event in the 2021–22 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, a senior-level international invitational competition series. It was held at the Torino Palavela in Turin on November 5–7. It was the replacement event for Cup of China. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, women's singles, pairs, and ice dance. Skaters earned points toward qualifying for the 2021–22 Grand Prix Final.

Detailed results

Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships. Current ISU world bests highlighted in bold and italic.

Senior level

2022–23 season
Date Event SP FS Total
January 25–29, 2023 2023 European Championships
TBD


December 15–18, 2022 2023 Italian Championships 1
90.85
4
129.84
4
220.69
December 8–11, 2022 2022–23 Grand Prix Final 4
80.40
5
164.57
6
244.97
November 17–20, 2022 2022 CS Warsaw Cup 4
76.44
1
181.32
2
257.76
November 11–13, 2022 2022 MK John Wilson Trophy 2
86.85
1
177.50
1
264.35
October 21–23, 2022 2022 Skate America 3
88.43
4
169.25
4
257.68
September 13–16, 2022 2022 CS U.S. Classic 4
73.69
WD WD
2021–22 season
Date Event SP FS Total
March 21–27, 2022 2022 World Championships 5
97.62
7
169.04
7
266.66
February 8–10, 2022 2022 Winter Olympics 12
90.64
4
187.43
7
278.07
February 4–7, 2022 2022 Winter Olympics – Team event 5
88.10
7T
January 10–16, 2022 2022 European Championships 5
91.75
2
182.73
2
274.48
December 4–5, 2021 2021 Italian Championships 1
96.66
1
177.30
1
273.96
November 17–20, 2021 2021 CS Warsaw Cup 4
81.74
2
161.22
2
242.96
November 5–7, 2021 2021 Gran Premio d'Italia 2
95.67
3
173.33
3
269.00
October 22–24, 2021 2021 Skate America 8
70.88
6
150.55
7
221.43
September 10–12, 2021 2021 CS Lombardia Trophy 5
74.26
1
173.54
1
247.80
2020–21 season
Date Event SP FS Total
15–18 April 2021 2021 World Team Trophy 10
67.32
7
161.56
4T/9P
228.88
22–28 March 2021 2021 World Championships 15
79.43
10
163.38
12
242.81
13-14 February 2021 Gran Premio Italia Finale 2
85.32
1
167.56
2
252.88
12-13 December 2020 2020 Italian Championships 1
96.54
1
176.31
1
272.85
28-29 November 2020 2020 Gran Premio Italia 1
93.48
1
176.90
1
270.38
24-25 October 2020 2020 Gran Premio Italia 1
95.72
1
189.27
1
284.99
15-17 October 2020 2020 CS Budapest Trophy 1
82.27
1
150.77
1
233.04

Junior level

2019–20 season
Date Event Level SP FS Total
2–8 March 2020 2020 World Junior Championships Junior 6
78.91
3
150.47
4
229.38
20–26 January 2020 2020 European Championships Senior 11
76.61
2
168.27
4
244.88
12–15 December 2019 2019 Italian Championships Senior 2
81.53
1
163.87
1
245.40
5–8 December 2019 2019–20 JGP Final Junior 5
71.95
6
123.71
6
195.66
30 October – 3 November 2019 2019 CS Asian Open Trophy Senior 1
77.09
1
152.99
1
230.08
18–20 October 2019 2019 CS Ice Star Senior 1
85.42
1
158.40
1
243.82
2–5 October 2019 2019 JGP Italy Junior 1
82.77
1
158.76
1
241.53
4–7 September 2019 2019 JGP Poland Junior 3
81.01
3
147.63
3
228.64
2018–19 season
Date Event Level SP FS Total
11–14 April 2019 2019 World Team Trophy Senior 10
79.68
11
148.68
6T/11P
228.36
4–10 March 2019 2019 World Junior Championships Junior 3
81.19
4
143.48
3
224.67
21–27 January 2019 2019 European Championships Senior 9
81.69
5
155.01
6
236.70
13–16 December 2018 2019 Italian Championships Senior 1
81.64
2
164.46
1
246.10
5–8 December 2018 2018 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb Senior 6
82.35
4
147.47
5
229.82
23–25 November 2018 2018 Warsaw Cup Senior 1
82.27
1
135.64
1
217.91
11–18 November 2018 2018 CS Alpen Trophy Senior 1
83.42
1
147.08
1
230.50
24–28 October 2018 2018 Golden Bear Senior 1
82.42
1
167.95
1
250.37
29 August – 1 September 2018 2018 JGP Austria Junior 5
70.17
5
121.21
5
191.38
22–25 August 2018 2018 JGP Slovakia Junior 3
71.86
4
127.40
3
199.26
2017–2018 season
Date Event Level SP FS Total
15–17 April 2018 2018 Gardena Spring Trophy Senior 1
69.36
1
147.63
1
216.99
22–25 February 2018 2018 Challenge Cup Senior 7
64.99
1
145.43
2
210.42
6–9 December 2017 2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb Senior 10
68.25
10
138.87
10
207.12
15–19 November 2017 2017 Merano Cup Senior 1
65.55
2
122.82
3
188.37
9–12 November 2017 2017 Ice Challenge Senior 1
72.34
1
137.54
1
209.88
11–14 October 2017 2017 JGP Italy Junior 8
61.92
6
126.12
7
188.04
23–26 August 2017 2017 JGP Australia Junior 5
62.35
8
112.58
6
174.93

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