As reported yesterday, Denis Vasiļjevs was in the short run 72.39 and was seventh, but Soma Uno, at 92.49, was the first.
In today's long program, multinational technical data are far from their best performances, they are experiencing a fall and winning 125.21, which was the eighth result. Vasileev showed the sum of the two programs 197.60 (72,39 + 125,21) and 12 contestants reached the eighth place.
The Hiroshima Grand Prix wins the main favorite of Homestay Soma Uno (276.45), Sergey Voronov (254.28) won second, but Italian Mateo Rico (224.71) took the third step of the podium.
As already mentioned, the new rating system came into force in the new season, so the previously achieved results are considered historical and are not compatible with the present. Vassilev started with Japan, where he helped the European team win second. In the second half of October, he was 228.63 (74.52 + 154.11) and won at Minsk's "Ice Star".