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BUDAPEST, January 18, 20:00 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian athlete Sergei Voronov took silver at the European Figure Skating Championships in Budapest on Saturday, January 18.
He scored 167.04 points in free skating and 255.55 altogether after two performances.
Javier Fernandez of Spain was first with 267.11 points (175.55 points in free skating).
Konstantin Menshov of Russia took bronze with 237.24 points (165.12).
Another Russian figure skater Maxim Kovtun, who was fourth after the short programme, ended up fifth with 232.37 points (149.22).