Carolina Kostner Routines

 

SeasonShort programFree skating
2018–2019
[60]
  • The Storm
    by Balázs Havasi
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
2017–2018
[72][73]
2016–2017
[9][15][57]
2015–2016  
  • Méditation (Thaïs)[76]
    by Jules Massenet
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
2014–2015
[79]
Did not compete this season
2013–2014
[79][80][81]


2012–2013
[82][83]
2011–2012
[10][84]
2010–2011
[85][79]
2009–2010
[79][86]
2008–2009
[79][87][88]

2007–2008
[79][89]
2006–2007
[79][90]
2005–2006
[79][91]
2004–2005
[13][79][92]
2003–2004
[79][93]
2002–2003
[79][94]
2000–2001
[95]
  • Azul
    by Jesse Cook
  • Cansion Triste
    by Jesse Cook
  • Gypsy Music

 

 

 

 

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