Gold medalist Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia celebrates during the victory ceremony for the Ladies competition at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, April 2, 2016. / AFP / Geoff Robins
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Russian teenager Evgenia Medvedeva put on a flawless display with a record-setting free skate to cap a stunning debut senior season with the women's title at the world figure skating championships in Boston Saturday.Medvedeva finished with 223.86 points overall to add the world crown to her Grand Prix Final and European titles, finishing 8.47 points ahead of Ashley Wagner, who claimed a first podium place in 10 years for an American in the event.Medvedeva also became the first women to win world junior and senior women's titles in successive years.The Chinese pair led by 2.67 after the short program but could only manage a score of 143.62 for 224.47 total points.
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