2 ()|pbrankings = 3 (2013–2014)
4 (2012–2013)
2 (2011–2012)
5 (2010–2011)
10 (2009–2010)
8 (2008–2009)|combined total= 216.73|combined date= 2014 Winter Olympics|SP score= 77.24|SP date= 2014 Worlds|FS score= 142.61|FS date= 2014 Winter Olympics|show-medals = yes|medaltemplates= }}}}Carolina Kostner (born February 8, 1987) is an Italian figure skater. She is the 2014 Olympic bronze medalist, the 2012 World champion, a five-time European champion (2007–2008, 2010, 2012–2013), and the 2011 Grand Prix Final champion. She is also a medalist at five other World Championships (2005, 2008, 2011, 2013 - 2014), four other European Championships (2006, 2009, 2011, 2014), and three other Grand Prix Finals (2007, 2008, 2010), the 2003 World Junior bronze medalist, and a seven-time Italian national champion.

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Personal life

\n\nCarolina Kostner was born in Bolzano, Italy and lives in Urtijëi (Ortisei/St. Ulrich), Italy. She began skating at age 4. Her mother, Patrizia, was a nationally ranked figure skater in the 1970s. She was also a geometric arts teacher. Her father, Erwin, played ice hockey for the Italian national team at the World Championships and Olympic Games and presently coaches ice hockey teams. One of her grandfathers was the director of the Art Academy in her hometown. She has two brothers, one year older Martin and three years younger Simon, who plays ice hockey competitively in JYP-Akatemia in Jyväskylä, Finland. Kostner is the cousin and godchild of Isolde Kostner, a silver medalist in alpine skiing at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Kostner speaks Ladin (a Rhaeto-Romanic language), German, Italian, English, and French. In autumn 2007, she enrolled at the University of Turin. She is studying art history mainly through correspondence courses.

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Career

\n\nthumb|left|180px|Kostner in 2004

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Early career

\n\nKostner began skating in 1990. She has said, \"Half of my family on my Dad\'s side is in sports, and my mother\'s side is more involved in arts. For me figure skating was a good mix of the two.\" When her home rink was destroyed in a landslide in 2001, Kostner chose to work with Michael Huth in Oberstdorf, Germany, about a four-hour drive from her home in Bolzano. She made her senior debut in the 2002–2003 season, finishing fourth at the European championships. Later that year, she became the first Italian skater to medal at Junior Worlds, winning a bronze.

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2003–2006

\n\nIn the 2003–2004 season, Kostner finished 5th at the 2004 European Championships and at the 2004 World Championships. In the 2004–2005, she finished 7th at the 2005 European Championships before beating Michelle Kwan for the bronze medal at the 2005 Worlds in Moscow. 2005 World Championship Results from ISU

Kostner won her first European medal in 2006, and was chosen to be flag bearer for the host Italian team during the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympics. At the Olympics, she placed 9th. The next month, at the 2006 World Championships, she placed 12th.

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2007–2010

\n\nKostner missed the 2006–2007 Grand Prix season due to injury. She won the Italian national title and went on to win her first European title at the 2007 European Championships. ISU European Figure Skating Championships – Ladies She set a new personal best to finish third in the short program at the 2007 Worlds but faltered in the long program and finished 6th overall. ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2007 – Ladies

During the 2007–2008 season, Kostner medaled at both her Grand Prix events and went to the Grand Prix Final for the first time. At that event, she won the bronze medal. She won her second European title at the 2008 Europeans after winning the short program and placing second in the free skate. ISU European Figure Skating Championships – Ladies At the 2008 Worlds, Kostner won the short program and placed third in the free skate, winning the silver medal overall. ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2008 – Ladies

thumb|right|180px|Kostner performs at the World Figure Skating Championships.]In the 2008–2009 season, Kostner finished off the podium at her first Grand Prix event, 2008 Skate Canada, lost her European title to Laura Lepistö,[1] and finished 12th at the 2009 World Championships after a long program in which she failed to land a single clean triple. As a result, Italy qualified only one ladies spot for the 2010 Olympics. After eight years of training with coach Michael Huth, Kostner made a coaching change in the summer of 2009, relocating to El Segundo, California to work with Frank Carroll and Christa Fassi, the widow of the late Carlo Fassi.

Kostner placed 6th in both of her 2009–10 Grand Prix events, the 2009 Trophée Eric Bompard and the 2009 Cup of China. In the middle of the season, she left Carroll but continued training with Christa Fassi, and in Pinerolo, Italy with Edoardo De Bernardis. In December 2009, Kostner lost her national title to Valentina Marchei, which threatened her spot on the Italian team for the Vancouver Games, but the following month she rebounded to win gold at the 2010 European Championships, held in Tallinn, Estonia. At the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, she finished 16th overall after failing in most of her jumping elements in the free skate. She was able to finish the season on a better note by placing 6th at the 2010 World Championships, which took place in Turin, near her hometown. In 2011, Kostner said that her bad experience at the Olympics led her to question whether she should continue skating, but that she came to realize that she loved skating.

Feeling homesick being so far from home, Kostner returned to Oberstdorf and resumed training with Huth in July 2010.

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2010–present

\n\nthumb|left|Kostner with coach Michael Huth in 2010

For the 2010–2011 ISU Grand Prix season, Kostner was assigned to the 2010 NHK Trophy and to the 2010 Skate America. During the season, she had a left knee injury. As a result, she did not practice the flip and lutz until the end of 2010. Nevertheless, she was the bronze medalist at Skate America and won the NHK trophy for the second time in her career. At the 2010–2011 Grand Prix Final, Kostner placed second in the short program and fourth in the long, winning the silver medal. She also won the silver medal at the 2011 European Championships, where she had a difficult short program but won the free skate. Between the Europeans and Worlds, she took part in the Gardena Spring Trophy, which she won. At the 2011 Worlds in Moscow, Kostner was sixth in the short program but won the bronze medal after a personal-best free skate. It was her first podium finish at Worlds since 2008 and her third overall; she had won her first Worlds medal, also a bronze, in Moscow six years prior. After winning medals at all of her events in 2010–11, Kostner finished atop the ISU season standings. She underwent physiotherapy and took a two-and-a-half month break from skating, returning to training in mid-July.

As a top-six finisher at the 2011 Worlds, Kostner was allowed to compete in three Grand Prix events in 2011. She elected to do so and was assigned to Skate America, the Cup of China, and the Trophée Eric Bompard. She was the silver medalist at Skate America and won the Cup of China, thus becoming the first skater to qualify for the Grand Prix Final. Kostner then won the silver medal at the Trophée Eric Bompard. In an interview after the event, she stated that her knee was fully recovered and her goal was to include more difficult jumps in the 2012 ISU championships. Kostner posted season\'s-best scores in the short program (66.43) and the free program (121.05) to win her first-ever gold medal at the Grand Prix Final; her overall score of 187.48 was a new personal best. She is the first Italian single skater to become a Grand Prix Final champion and the second overall after Barbara Fusar-Poli / Maurizio Margaglio, who won the ice dancing title in 2000.

Kostner won the 2012 Europeans, her fourth continental title in ten appearances at the event. Her next competition was the 2012 International Challenge Cup, which she won by more than 26 points.

At the 2012 World Championships in Nice, France, Kostner finished third in the short program and first in the free skate with a new personal best score to take the gold. She became Italy\'s first World champion in ladies\' singles and second in any discipline after Fusar-Poli / Margaglio in 2001. Kostner\'s final event of the season was the 2012 World Team Trophy, where she competed as part of the Italian team. She set a new personal best score in the short program and placed third in the free skate, finishing 2nd overall.

For the 2012–2013 Grand Prix season, Kostner was assigned to the 2012 Cup of China and the 2012 Trophee Eric Bompard. In July 2012, she said that she was considering retiring from competition but on July 12, 2012 she stated that she had decided to continue competing until the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. On August 2, 2012 her name was removed from the entry lists of both of her 2012–2013 Grand Prix events due to insufficient time to reach competitive fitness. On December 1, 2012, Kostner announced on her website that she would be competing in the 2012 Golden Spin of Zagreb. At the 2013 European Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, Kostner finished second in the short program and second in the free skate with a new personal best score to take the gold, her fifth title and her eighth consecutive European medal. She then won her fifth World medal, silver, at the 2013 World Championships.

In June 2013, Kostner began training for the 2013–2014 season in Oberstdorf. She started her season competing at the 2013 Cup of China where she won the bronze medal and then won the silver medal at the 2013 Cup of Russia.

In January 2014 Kostner announced she had changed her competitive programs. At the 2014 European Championships in Budapest, Hungary, Kostner won the bronze medal, her 9th podium in a row in the continental competition.

At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Kostner was in third place after the short program, with a score of 74.12, just 0.8 behind leader, and reigning Olympic champion, Kim Yuna of South Korea. She ultimately won the bronze medal after the free skate, with a total score of 216.73.

One month later, at the 2014 World Championships in Saitama, Japan, Kostner placed second in the short program with a score of 77.24, her personal best and third result ever, setting the new world record in program component score with 37.46; then, after the free program, Kostner won the bronze medal overall, even though she was disappointed by her free skate (Kostner singled two of her jumps and fell on another jump).

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Skating technique

\n\nKostner is known for her speed across the ice. She can land triple-triple combinations, including the triple flip – triple toe loop, as well as a triple flip – triple toe loop – double loop combination, and a double axel-triple toe loop combination. She has also landed a triple lutz – triple toe combination and a double axel – half loop – triple salchow combination. Kostner spins and jumps in the clockwise direction.

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Endorsements and shows

\n\nKostner\'s current and former sponsors Kostner\'s official site-sponsors include Alto Adige/Südtirol, Asics, Grissin Bon, Lancia, Herbalife (from 2010–11 season), Torino Olympic park, and Roberto Cavalli (until 2009–10 season). Kostner\'s current and former official suppliers Kostner\'s official site-official suppliers include Maybelline, L\'Oréal Professionnel, Fratelli Rossetti, Damiani, Swarovski, Iceberg and T-SHIRT T-SHOPS. Pattinaggio: Carolina affascina, tra Plushenko e Lysacek sfida spettacolare October 10, 2010

Kostner designed her own costumes for the 2011–2012 season. Carolina her own costumes She worked with Roberto Cavalli in 2005.

Kostner participated in the show \"Winx On Ice Carolina Kostner sul ghiaccio con le Winx(La Repubblica) October 10, 2008 Winx on ice\" from November 2008, and took part in Opera on Ice, held in October 2011 at the Arena of Verona; this show was broadcast simultaneously in 40 countries worldwide.

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Programs

\n\nthumb|right|200px|Kostner performs at the 2010 Olympicsthumb|right|200px|Kostner performs at the 2011 Trophée Eric Bompard

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    by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • Imagine
    by Eva Cassidy
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • A Transylvanian Lullaby
    (from Young Frankenstein)
    by John Morris
    performed by Gil Shaham, Jonathan Feldman
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  • Devil\'s Trill
    by Giuseppe Tartini
    performed by Angele Dubeau & La Pietà
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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    by Maurice Ravel
    performed by André Previn
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    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • It\'s Oh So Quiet
    performed by Björk
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  • Allegretto from Piano Trio No. 2
    by Dmitri Shostakovich
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • Piano Concerto No. 23
    by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • Hallelujah
    by Jeff Buckley
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  • Carmen
    by Georges Bizet
    choreo. by Stéphane Lambiel
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  • Galicia Flamenco
    by Gino d\'Auri
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • Prélude à l\'Après-Midi d\'un Faune
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  • Mein Herr
    by Liza Minnelli
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  • Nocturne No. 20 in c-sharp minor
    by Frédéric Chopin
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  • Violin Concerto
    by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • Air on the G String
    by Johann Sebastian Bach
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    Antonio Vivaldi
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  • Ain\'t No Sunshine
    by Bill Withers
    performed by Carol Duboc
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    by Tango Lorca
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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    by Antonín Dvořák
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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    by The Doors
    choreo. by Lori Nichol
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  • \"Dumky\" Trio
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    choreo. by Kurt Browning
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Competitive highlights

\n\n{| class=\"wikitable\" style=\"text-align:center\"|-! colspan=15 align=center | Results|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead; \" colspan=15 align=center | International|-! Event! 2000–01! 2001–02! 2002–03! 2003–04! 2004–05! 2005–06! 2006–07! 2007–08! 2008–09! 2009–10! 2010–11! 2011–12! 2012–13! 2013–14|-| align=left | Olympics || || || || || || 9th || || || || 16th || || || || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd|-| align=left | Worlds || || || 10th || 5th || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || 12th || 6th || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || 12th || 6th || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd|-| align=left | Europeans || || || 4th || 5th || 7th || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd|-| align=left | Grand Prix Final || || || || || || || || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || |||-| align=left | GP Bompard || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || || 6th || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || WD |||-| align=left | GP Cup of China || || || || || || || || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || || 6th || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || WD || bgcolor=cc996 | 3rd|-| align=left | GP Cup of Russia || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || 7th || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd|-| align=left | GP NHK Trophy || || || || || || 6th || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || |||-| align=left | GP Skate America || || || || 9th || || || || || || || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || |||-| align=left | GP Skate Canada || || || || || 5th || 7th || || || 4th || || || || |||-| align=left | Nebelhorn || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || || |||-| align=left | Bofrost Cup || || || || 4th || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | Challenge Cup || || || || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st |||-| align=left | Finlandia || || || || 4th || || || || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || || || || || |||-| align=left | Gardena || || 4th || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || |||-| align=left | Golden Spin || || || || || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st |||-| align=left | Karl Schäfer || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || |||-| align=left | Merano Cup || || || || || || || || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || |||-| align=left | Ondrej Nepela || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || || || || || || || |||-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead; \" colspan=15 align=center | International: Junior|-| align=left | Junior Worlds || 11th || 10th || bgcolor=cc9966 | 3rd || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP Final || || || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP China || || || 4th || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP France || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP Germany || 7th || || || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP Italy || || 6th || || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP Norway || 9th || || || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | JGP Poland || || 4th || || || || || || || || || || || |||-| align=left | Dragon Trophy || || || bgcolor=gold | 1st J. || || || || || || || || || || |||-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead; \" colspan=15 align=center | National|-| align=left | Italian Champ. || bgcolor=gold | 1st J. || || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=gold | 1st || WD || bgcolor=gold | 1st || bgcolor=silver | 2nd || bgcolor=gold | 1st || WD || bgcolor=gold | 1st |||-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead; \" colspan=15 align=center | Team events|-| align=left | Olympics || || || || || || || || || || || || || || 4T / 2P|-| align=left | World Team || || || || || || || || || || || || 6T / 2P || |||-| colspan=15 align=center | GP = Grand Prix; JGP = Junior Grand Prix; J. = Junior level; WD = Withdrew
T = Team result; P = Personal result; Medals awarded for team result only.
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Detailed results

\n\n podium.]]thumb|right|Kostner at the World Figure Skating Championships|2012 World Championships ]thumb|right|Kostner at the World Figure Skating Championships|2011 World Championships ]thumb|right|Kostner at the European Figure Skating Championships|2010 European Championships ]right|thumb|Kostner at the European Figure Skating Championships|2009 European Championships] ]]

(Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships – Worlds, Europeans, and Junior Worlds. At team events, medals awarded only for team results.)

{| class=\"wikitable\"|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2013–2014 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 24–30, 2014| 2014 World Figure Skating Championships| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
77.24| align=center | 6
126.59| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
203.83|-| rowspan=2 | February 7–23, 2014| 2014 Winter Olympics – Individual| align=center | 3
74.12| align=center | 4
142.61| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
216.73|-| 2014 Winter Olympics – Team Event| align=center | 2
70.84| align=center | –| align=center | –|-| January 13–19, 2014| 2014 European Figure Skating Championships| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
68.97| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
122.42| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
191.39|-| November 22–24, 2013| 2013 Rostelecom Cup| align=center | 2
67.74| align=center | 1
122.38| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
190.12|-| November 1–3, 2013| 2013 Cup of China| align=center | 2
62.75| align=center | 2
110.65| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
173.40|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2012–2013 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 10–17, 2013| 2013 World Figure Skating Championships| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
66.86| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
131.03| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
197.89|-| February 21–24, 2013| 2013 International Challenge Cup| align=center | 1
72.81| align=center | 1
126.09| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
198.90|-| January 21–27, 2013| 2013 European Figure Skating Championships| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
64.19| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
130.52| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
194.71|-| December 19–22, 2012| 2013 Italian Figure Skating Championships| align=center | 1
70.13| align=center | 1
143.56| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
213.69|-| December 13–16, 2012| 2012 Golden Spin of Zagreb| align=center | 1
64.99| align=center | 1
110.03| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
175.02|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2011–2012 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| April 18–22, 2012| 2012 ISU World Team Trophy| align=center | 1
69.48| align=center | 3
116.24| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
185.72|-|-| March 26 – April 1, 2012| 2012 World Championships| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
61.00| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
128.94| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
189.94|-| March 8–11, 2012| 2012 International Challenge Cup| align=center | 1
64.89| align=center | 1
132.84| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
197.73|-| January 23–29, 2012| 2012 European Championships| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
63.22| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
120.33| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
183.55|-| December 8–11, 2011| 2011–2012 Grand Prix Final| align=center | 1
66.43| align=center | 1
121.05| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
187.48|-| November 17–20, 2011| 2011 Grand Prix Trophée Eric Bompard| align=center | 2
59.70| align=center | 3
119.62| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
179.32|-| November 3–6, 2011| 2011 Grand Prix Cup of China| align=center | 1
61.88| align=center | 1
120.26| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
182.14|-| October 20–23, 2011| 2011 Grand Prix Skate America| align=center | 2
60.23| align=center | 1
117.12| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
177.35|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2010–2011 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| April 25, – May 1, 2011| 2011 World Championships| align=center | 6
59.75| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
124.93| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
184.68|-| March 1 – April 3, 2011| 2011 Gardena Spring Trophy| align=center | 1
58.24| align=center | 1
109.76| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
168.00|-| January 24–30, 2011| 2011 European Championships| align=center | 6
53.17| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
115.37| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
168.54|-| December 16–19, 2010| 2011 Italian Championships| align=center | 1
65.52| align=center | 1
124.22| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
189.74|-| December 8–12, 2010| 2010–2011 Grand Prix Final| align=center | 2
62.13| align=center | 4
116.47| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
178.60|-| November 11–14, 2010| 2010 Grand Prix Skate America| align=center | 1
60.28| align=center | 6
94.59| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
154.87|-| October 21–24, 2010| 2010 Grand Prix NHK Trophy| align=center | 1
57.27| align=center | 2
107.34| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
164.61|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2009–2010 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 22–28, 2010| 2010 World Championships| align=center | 4
62.20| align=center | 5
115.11| align=center | 6
177.31|-| February 12–27, 2010| 2010 Winter Olympics| align=center | 7
63.02| align=center | 19
88.88| align=center | 16
151.90|-| January 18–24, 2010| 2010 European Championships| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
65.80| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
107.66| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
173.46|-| December 17–20, 2009| 2010 Italian Championships| align=center | 2
53.26| align=center | 2
102.42| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
155.68|-| November 12–15, 2009| 2009 Merano Cup| align=center | 1
58.17| align=center | 1
109.23| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
167.40|-| October 29, – November 1, 2009| 2009 Grand Prix Cup of China| align=center | 3
61.12| align=center | 7
93.06| align=center | 6
154.18|-| October 15–18, 2009| 2009 Grand Prix Trophée Eric Bompard| align=center | 7
51.26| align=center | 4
96.37| align=center | 6
147.63|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2008–2009 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 23–29, 2009| 2009 World Championships| align=center | 5
63.18| align=center | 15
90.38| align=center | 12
153.56|-| January 20–25, 2009| 2009 European Championships| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
51.36| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
114.06| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
165.42|-| December 18–21, 2008| 2009 Italian Championships| align=center | 1
58.54| align=center | 1
112.55| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
171.09|-| December 10–14, 2008| 2008–2009 Grand Prix Final| align=center | 4
55.88| align=center | 4
112.13| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
168.01|-| November 20–23, 2008| 2008 Grand Prix Cup of Russia| align=center | 2
57.02| align=center | 1
113.70| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
170.72|-| October 30, – November 2, 2008| 2008 Grand Prix Skate Canada International| align=center | 7
48.56| align=center | 4
104.20| align=center | 4
152.76|-| October 14–17, 2008| 2008 Karl Schäfer Memorial| align=center | 3
50.59| align=center | 1
93.07| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
143.66|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2007–2008 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 17–23, 2008| 2008 World Championships| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
64.28| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
120.40| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
184.68|-| January 21–27, 2008| 2008 European Championships| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
59.31| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
111.97| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
171.28|-| December 13–16, 2007| 2007–2008 Grand Prix Final| align=center | 3
59.86| align=center | 3
119.07| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
178.93|-| November 28, – December 2, 2007| 2007 Grand Prix NHK Trophy| align=center | 1
61.24| align=center | 2
103.45| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
164.69|-| November 7–11, 2007| 2007 Grand Prix Cup of China| align=center | 1
60.82| align=center | 4
83.04| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
143.86|-| October 12–14, 2007| 2007 Finlandia Trophy| align=center | 1
58.54| align=center | 4
97.33| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
155.87|-| September 27–30, 2007| 2007 Nebelhorn Trophy| align=center | 1
60.15| align=center | 1
113.38| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
173.53|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=5 align=center | 2006–2007 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 32%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 48%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 20–25, 2007| 2007 World Championships| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
67.15| align=center | 9
101.77| align=center | 6
168.92|-| January 22–28, 2007| 2007 European Championships| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
60.46| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
114.33| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
174.79|-| January 4–7, 2007| 2007 Italian Championships| align=center | 1
60.54| align=center | 1
106.19| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
166.73|}

{| class=\"wikitable\"|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=6 align=center | 2005–2006 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 29%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 45%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 19–26, 2006| 2006 World Championships| align=center | 4
25.64| align=center | 16
48.95| align=center | 11
97.86| align=center | 12
172.45|-| February 10–26, 2006| 2006 Winter Olympics| align=center | –| align=center | 11
53.77| align=center | 9
99.73| align=center | 9
153.50|-| January 17–22, 2006| 2006 European Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 5
60.04| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
112.41| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
172.45|-| January 5–8, 2006| 2006 Italian Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 1
57.84| align=center | 1
107.14| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
164.98|-| December 1–4, 2005| 2005 Grand Prix NHK Trophy| align=center | –| align=center | 1
58.64| align=center | 7
86.78| align=center | 6
145.42|-| October 27–30, 2005| 2005 Grand Prix Skate Canada International| align=center | –| align=center | 5
49.46| align=center | 8
83.18| align=center | 7
132.64|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=6 align=center | 2004–2005 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 29%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 45%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 14–20, 2005| 2005 World Championships| align=center | 3
26.45| align=center | 4
60.82| align=center | 4
113.29| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3
200.56|-| January 25–30, 2005| 2005 European Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 7
49.29| align=center | 7
93.42| align=center | 7
142.71|-| January 6–9, 2005| 2005 Italian Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 1
| align=center | 1
| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1
|-| November 25–28, 2004| 2004 Grand Prix Cup of Russia| align=center | –| align=center | 2
57.50| align=center | 10
71.42| align=center | 7
128.92|-| November 18–21, 2004| 2004 Grand Prix Trophée Eric Bompard| align=center | –| align=center | 2
53.72| align=center | 3
89.78| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
143.50|-| October 28–31, 2004| 2004 Grand Prix Skate Canada International| align=center | –| align=center | 4
50.86| align=center | 5
88.08| align=center | 5
138.94|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=6 align=center | 2003–2004 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 29%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 45%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Total|-| March 22–28, 2004| 2004 World Championships| align=center | 6| align=center | 5| align=center | 6| align=center | 5|-| February 2–8, 2004| 2004 European Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 5| align=center | 5| align=center | 5|-| January 16–18, 2004| 2004 Italian Championships| align=center | –| align=center | 1| align=center | 2| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2|-| November 20–23, 2003| 2003 Grand Prix Cup of Russia| align=center | –| align=center | 6
45.38| align=center | 1
98.15| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2
143.53|-| October 23–26, 2003| 2003 Grand Prix Skate America| align=center | –| align=center | 7
49.22| align=center | 10
78.07| align=center | 9
127.29|-| October 9–12, 2003| 2003 Finlandia Trophy| align=center | –| align=center | 2| align=center | 4| align=center | 4|}

{| class=\"wikitable\"|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=7 align=center | 2002–2003 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 28%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 47%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Level! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | Total|-| March 24–30, 2003| 2003 World Championships| align=center | Senior| align=center | 9| align=center | 4| align=center | 11| align=center | 10|-| February 24 – March 2, 2003| 2003 World Junior Championships| align=center | Junior| align=center | 1| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1| align=center | 5| align=center bgcolor=cc9966 | 3|-| January 20–26, 2003| 2003 European Championships| align=center | Senior| align=center | 3| align=center | 7| align=center | 4| align=center | 4|-| January 3–5, 2003| 2003 Italian Championships| align=center | Senior| align=center | –| align=center || align=center || align=center bgcolor=gold | 1|-| December 12–15, 2002| 2002–2003 Junior Grand Prix Final| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 2| align=center | 3| align=center bgcolor=silver | 2|-| October 17–20, 2002| 2002–2003 Junior Grand Prix, China| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 6| align=center | 3| align=center | 4|-| September 26–29, 2002| 2002 Ondrej Nepela Memorial| align=center | Senior| align=center | –| align=center | 2| align=center | 1| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1|-| September 4–7, 2002| 2002 Nebelhorn Trophy| align=center | Senior| align=center | –| align=center | 2| align=center | 1| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1|-| August 21–25, 2002| 2002–2003 Junior Grand Prix, France| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 1| align=center | 1| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=7 align=center | 2001–2002 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 28%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 47%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Level! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | Total|-| March 3–10, 2002| 2002 World Junior Championships| align=center | Junior| align=center | 10| align=center | 9| align=center | 8| align=center | 10|-| November 7–11, 2001| 2001–2002 Junior Grand Prix, Italy| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 9| align=center | 5| align=center | 6|-| October 11–14, 2001| 2001–2002 Junior Grand Prix, Netherlands| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 4| align=center | 5| align=center | 4|-! style=\"background-color: #ffdead;\" colspan=7 align=center | 2000–2001 season|-! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 28%;\" | Date! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 47%;\" | Event! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 7%;\" | Level! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | QR! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | SP! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 4%;\" | FS! scope=\"col\" style=\"width: 6%;\" | Total|-| February 26 – March 2, 2001| 2001 World Junior Championships| align=center | Junior| align=center | 9| align=center | 13| align=center | 9| align=center | 11|-| January 12–14, 2001| 2001 Italian Championships| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 1| align=center | 1| align=center bgcolor=gold | 1|-| November 2–5, 2000| 2000–2001 Junior Grand Prix, Norway| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 10| align=center | 8| align=center | 9|-| October 5–8, 2000| 2000–2001 Junior Grand Prix, Czech Republic| align=center | Junior| align=center | –| align=center | 11| align=center | 7| align=center | 7|}

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{{succession box| before = Isolde Kostner| title = Flag bearer for Italy| years = 2006 Turin| after = Giorgio Di Centa}}

{{Persondata | NAME = Kostner, Carolina| ALTERNATIVE NAMES =| SHORT DESCRIPTION = Italian figure skater| DATE OF BIRTH = February 8, 1987| PLACE OF BIRTH = Bolzano| DATE OF DEATH =| PLACE OF DEATH =}}1987 birthsLiving peoplePeople from BolzanoItalian female single skatersOlympic figure skaters of ItalyFigure skaters at the 2006 Winter OlympicsFigure skaters at the 2010 Winter OlympicsAthletes of Fiamme AzzurreWorld Figure Skating Championships medalistsEuropean Figure Skating Championships medalistsWorld Junior Figure Skating Championships medalistsFigure skaters at the 2014 Winter OlympicsOlympic bronze medalists for ItalyOlympic medalists in figure skatingMedalists at the 2014 Winter Olympics
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