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She is the first Russian female figure skater to win the gold medal.
|Full Name||Adelina Dmitriyevna Sotnikova|
|Birth Date||July 1, 1996|
Sotnikova's win at the 2014 Winter Olympics was tarnished slightly by an international outrage over her upstart victory over Yuna Kim, raising questions about judge's integrity.
Moscow, Russia - Born here, 1996.
Dortmund, Germany - Traveled here for the NRW Trophy in 2007.
St. Petersburg, Russia - Traveled here for the Russian Junior Championships, 2008, and for the Russian Championships in 2010.
Kazan, Russia - Traveled here in 2008 and 2009, to win both the 2009 Russian Championship and Russian Junior Championship.
Beijing, China - Traveled here in 2010 to win the Junior Grand Prix Final, and in 2013 for the Cup of China.
Saransk, Russia - Traveled here in 2011 to win the Russian Championship.
Gangneung, South Korea - Traveled here in 2011 to win the World Junior Championships.
Shanghai, China - Traveled here in 2011 for the Cup of China.
Zagreb, Croatia - Traveled here in 2011 to win the Golden Spin of Zagreb. Traveled here in 2013 for the European Championships.
Innsbruck, Austria - Traveled here in 2012 to win the silver medal in the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Minsk, Belarus - Traveled here in 2012 for the World Junior Championships.
Tokyo, Japan - Traveled here in 2012 for the ISU World Team Trophy, and in 2013 for the same event.
Oberstdorf, Germany - Traveled here in 2012 for the Nebelhorn Trophy.
Kent, Washington, USA - Traveled here in 2012 for the Hilton Honors Skate America.
Sochi, Russia - Traveled here for the Russian Championships, 2013. I traveled here to win the Russian Championships in 2014, and was here again for the Winter Olympics and won a gold medal, 2014.
London, Canada - Traveled here in 2013 for the World Championships.
Saitama, Japan - Traveled here in 2013 for the Japan Open.
Paris, France - Traveled here in 2013 for the Trophée Eric Bompard.
Fukuoka, Japan - Traveled here in 2013 for the Grand Prix Final.
Budapest, Hungary - Traveled here in 2014 for the European Championships.
How Added - Saw news about her on either Facebook News or Wikipedia In the News.