Japan's Satoko Miyahara closed out the Rostelecom Cup in fourth place on Saturday, while 15-year-old home favorite Alexandra Trusova claimed her second straight Grand Prix crown after winning on her debut at Skate Canada last month.

Skating to "Hativka," Miyahara earned 129.33 points in Saturday's free skate and landed off the podium with a total of 192.42.

(Satoko Miyahara)[Anadolu/Getty/Kyodo]

Russia's "quad queen" Trusova put on a dazzling performance to "Games of Thrones" and scored 160.26 for a 234.47 total to overtake compatriot Evgenia Medvedeva, who finished second. American Mariah Bell held on to third for bronze.

Trusova missed an opening quadruple salchow and fell on a triple lutz-triple loop combination, but landed a quad lutz, a quad toeloop-triple toeloop and a quad toeloop-euler-triple salchow, in addition to a triple flip and double axel.

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"I am very happy to have won my second Grand Prix event and to have qualified for the Grand Prix Final. However, I made some mistakes in the short and free program and I'll continue to work to skate two clean programs next time," Trusova said according to the International Skating Union.

"I would like to compete with the men, because they can do a quad in the short program and we are not allowed to. Also, it would be interesting to compete with skaters that do many quads in the programs."

(Alexandra Trusova)[ISU/Getty/Kyodo]

Among other Japanese, Yuhana Yokoi finished sixth in her Grand Prix debut, while Yuna Shiraiwa fell from seventh to 10th.

The 2019-2020 Grand Prix series continues next week with the NHK Trophy in Sapporo. The series' top six qualifiers in each discipline will advance to next month's Grand Prix Final in Turin, Italy.