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HELSINKI, March 30. /TASS/. Russia will be allowed to send the highest possible number of entries to the pairs figure skating Olympic competition in South Korea’s PyeongChang next year.
The number of entries for each country is being determined by the results list of the world figure skating championships currently under way in Helsinki, Finland.
The pairs skating event was over on Thursday, with Russia’s Yevgenia Tarasova and Maxim Morozov claiming the bronze.
The highest number of entries for one country is three. To earn it, athletes from this country must make it into the top two, or the top two placements of its athletes must be equal to or less than 13.