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NEWS: Teenage Russian Skating Sensation Hunts Sochi Gold After Euro Triumph

Teenage Russian figure skating sensation Julia Lipnitskaia won the European championships at her first attempt late Friday and immediately set her sights on a gold medal at the Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi next month.    ...
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Julia Lipnitskaia PhotoJulia Lipnitskaia:Julia Viacheslavovna Lipnitskaia is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2013 Skate Canada International champion, 2012 World Junior champion, 201112 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, 2012 Russian senior silver medalist and the 2012 Russian junior champion. She holds the record for the combined total and free skate scores on the ladies' junior level.
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