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Tondiraba ice hall in Tallinn is hosting the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2015 on March 4-8. ERR News is streaming the competition live.

This is the second time that Tallinn is hosting an ISU Championship and the first major ice skating event in the newly built Tondiraba arena. The Junior World Championships in Curling is taking place at the same venue simultaneously.

The ice skating tournament will display the talents of 160 young athletes from 42 countries.

Estonia is represented by Kristina Škuleta-Gromova (ladies), Samuel Koppel (men), and Marina Elias and Denis Koreline (ice dance).

The opening ceremony will take place at 18:00 Wednesday evening. The championships will end with a gala on Sunday.

Live broadcast at ERR News has now ended but you can watch the following on ETV and ETV2 over the weekend:

Friday, March 6

22:40-00:00 Ladies Free Program (watch here)

Saturday, March 7

16:00-17:20 Ice Dance Free Dance (live, watch here)

22:00-23:30 Men Free Program (watch here)

Sunday, March 8

22:00-23:20 Gala (watch here)

Editor: M. Oll

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