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    Aiza Mambekova

    Aiza Evfratovna IMAMBEK (Kazakh: Айза Евфратовна ИМАНБЕК) / Aiza Evfratovna MAMBEKOVA (Russian: Айза Евфратовна МАМБЕКОВА) is a Ladies Singles skater who represents Kazakhstan. She was born on 25th February 1999 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.


    Biographical Info

    ISU Bio:
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00054345.htm

    Federation Bio:


    Rink Results Bios:
    http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=5940
    http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=3854

    Stats On Ice Bios:
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/Aiza/Imambek/
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/Aiza/Mambekova/

    Tracings.net Bio:
    http://tracings.net/mamb-aiza.html

    Wikipedia:



    Social Media

    Facebook:


    Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/aiza_imambek

    Twitter:


    vKontakte:


    Website:



    Programmes

    2017–18 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2016–17 Season
    SP: “Tango Amore” by Edvin Marton
    FS: “Ker Oglu” by Daulet Kerei
    EX:

    2015–16 Season
    SP: “Aqqu (The Swan)” by Nurguissa
    FS: “Paint It Black” by Apocalyptica
    EX:

    2014–15 Season
    SP: “Aqqu (The Swan)” by Nurguissa
    FS: “Paint It Black” by Apocalyptica
    EX:

    2013–14 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:

    2012–13 Season
    SP:
    FS:
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    2011–12 Season
    SP:
    FS:
    EX:


    Personal Best Scores

    ISU Personal Best Scores for Aiza Mambekova:
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00054345.htm


    The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.

    However, confusion arises when you come to the Major International Championships and the Senior B’s.

    For the Majors, the ISU definitely takes into consideration the events they run themselves, and the Olympics. But, there does not seem to be any consistency over how they approach other events that are considered to be Majors.

    And as for the Senior B’s, it is particularly confusing as an event may be taken into consideration one year, but not the next. Much of this is due to the changing make-up of the Challenger Series.

    So, to make things simpler, the table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    The Absolute designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and I will be only too happy to add them in.

    As always when comparing scores, it should be kept in mind that you are not comparing like for like. There is a subjective aspect to judging, and every competition has different judges.


    Short Programme Free Skate
    Total
    * Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score
    Major Championships 23 Feb. 2017 Asian Winter Games 49.99
    02 Feb. 2017 Winter Universiade 89.53
    23–26 Feb. 2017 Asian Winter Games 132.64
    Grands Prix 25 Aug. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix St. Gervais 44.19 30 Sep. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Tallinn Cup 83.71 24–28 Aug. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix St. Gervais 124.15
    Other International Competitions 05 Jan. 2017 FBMA Trophy 46.44 07 Jan. 2017 FBMA Trophy 75.11
    05–07 Jan. 2017 FBMA Trophy 121.55
    National Competitions





    09–11 Dec. 2016 Kazakh Championships 135.11
    Absolute PB 23 Feb. 2017 Asian Winter Games 49.99 02 Feb. 2017 Winter Universiade 89.53
    09–11 Dec. 2016 Kazakh Championships 135.11

    * = For the purposes of this table, the competitions are defined as follows:

    Major Championships
    Olympics; Senior World Championships; Junior World Championships; European Championships; Four Continents Championships; Universiade; Youth Olympic Games; International Children’s Games; Asian Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; World Team Trophy; Team Challenge Cup.
    Grands Prix Senior Grand Prix Final; Junior Grand Prix Final; Senior Grand Prix competitions; Junior Grand Prix competitions.
    Other International Competitions Challenger Series competitions; other Senior B competitions.
    National Competitions National Championships; Regional / Sectional Championships; other domestic competitions.


    Competitive History

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and I will be only too happy to add them in.

    Date Competition Level SP FS Total
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    201718 Season
    201617 Season
    15–19 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships Junior 31 39.38 31 39.38
    23–26 Feb. 2017 Asian Winter Games Senior 8 49.99 9 82.65 8 132.64
    31 Jan. – 05 Feb. 2017 Winter Universiade Senior 16 42.41 10 89.53 13 131.94
    05–07 Jan. 2017 FBMA Trophy Senior 3 46.44 6 75.11 6 121.55
    09–11 Dec. 2016 Kazakh Championships Senior 2 135.11
    28 Sep. – 02 Oct. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Tallinn Cup Junior 13 38.73 8 83.71 10 122.44
    24–28 Aug. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix St. Gervais Junior 10 44.19 9 79.96 8 124.15
    201516 Season
    2015 Kazakh Championships Senior 2
    28 Nov. – 04 Dec. 2015 Santa Claus Cup Junior 16 34.18 14 64.73 14 98.91
    15–18 Oct. 2015 Mordovian Ornament Senior 9 33.93 7 74.82 8 108.75
    23–27 Sep. 2015 ISU Junior Grand Prix Copernicus Stars Junior 23 34.45 18 69.66 19 104.11
    26–30 Aug. 2015 ISU Junior Grand Prix Riga Cup Junior 24 32.22 19 63.68 20 95.90
    201415 Season
    10–12 Apr. 2015 Hamar Trophy Junior 7 37.09 4 69.06 4 106.15
    03–07 Dec. 2014 Tallinn Trophy Senior 15 33.78 16 59.83 16 93.61
    08–12 Oct. 2014 ISU Junior Grand Prix Croatia Cup Junior 24 31.62 22 60.58 25 92.20
    03–07 Sep. 2014 ISU Junior Grand Prix Czech Skate Junior 20 33.66 24 52.79 22 86.45
    201314 Season
    03–06 Apr. 2014 Triglav Trophy Junior 4 37.57 9 61.95 7 99.52
    14–16 Mar. 2014 Coupe du Printemps Junior 12 31.63 9 60.97 12 92.60
    02–08 Dec. 2013 Santa Claus Cup Junior 11 32.41 16 52.23 15 84.64
    2013 Kazakh Championships Senior 5
    201213 Season
    19-21 Dec. 2012 Kazakh Championships Junior 1 1 1 94.73
    08–12 Aug. 2012 Asian Figure Skating Trophy Junior 13 26.08 11 49.09 11 75.17
    201112 Season
    2011 Kazakh Championships Junior 1
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    Thank you for creating a fan fest for Aiza, CaroLiza_fan! The competitive highlights and personal bests look so detailed, amazing.

    I hope to see Aiza's development next season, I am sure that Kazakhstan's two spots for PyeongChang will make her very motivated! Good luck Aiza!

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    Great to see you made the thread!

    I was looking forward to it

    So glad that she has a good shot at getting a Pyeongchang spot, thanks to Elizabet's great skating at Worlds.
    Aiza first stood out to me at the Asian Winter Games and I hope to see a lot more of her.

    Since I am quite new to FS, I was wondering: do you think she has a shot at getting a GP spot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sallycinnamon View Post
    Thank you for creating a fan fest for Aiza, CaroLiza_fan! The competitive highlights and personal bests look so detailed, amazing.

    I hope to see Aiza's development next season, I am sure that Kazakhstan's two spots for PyeongChang will make her very motivated! Good luck Aiza!
    Quote Originally Posted by Tulipstar View Post
    Great to see you made the thread!

    I was looking forward to it
    Awww. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tulipstar View Post
    So glad that she has a good shot at getting a Pyeongchang spot, thanks to Elizabet's great skating at Worlds.
    Aiza first stood out to me at the Asian Winter Games and I hope to see a lot more of her.
    With me, it was one competition earlier (at the Universiade) that Aiza first came up on my radar. And I took an instant liking to her.

    So, it was a bit of a surprise to me when I was doing this Fan Fest and found that she has actually been around competing at international competitions a few years.

    Now that she is starting to do more Senior competitions, and now that Elizabet has earned Kazakhstan a second slot at Worlds and the Olympics, I am hoping that we get to see Aiza more often!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tulipstar View Post
    Since I am quite new to FS, I was wondering: do you think she has a shot at getting a GP spot?
    Honestly, no. There are too many skaters ahead of her in the ISU World Standings.

    The ISU World Standings are based on your results over the past 3 years. And because Aiza has not done too many international competitions compared to other skaters, she is only in 137th position.

    This season, there were 39 Ladies skaters competing in the GP Series. So, that means the chances of Aiza getting a call up are practically zilch. There are just too many skaters ahead of her.

    But, maybe when she gets more competitions under her belt, she will have a better chance in a few years time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaroLiza_fan View Post
    Awww. Thanks!

    With me, it was one competition earlier (at the Universiade) that Aiza first came up on my radar. And I took an instant liking to her.

    So, it was a bit of a surprise to me when I was doing this Fan Fest and found that she has actually been around competing at international competitions a few years.

    Now that she is starting to do more Senior competitions, and now that Elizabet has earned Kazakhstan a second slot at Worlds and the Olympics, I am hoping that we get to see Aiza more often!
    Hope so too! I am thinking of going to one or two of the smaller competitions in Europe; maybe she will show up there


    Quote Originally Posted by CaroLiza_fan View Post
    Honestly, no. There are too many skaters ahead of her in the ISU World Standings.

    The ISU World Standings are based on your results over the past 3 years. And because Aiza has not done too many international competitions compared to other skaters, she is only in 137th position.

    This season, there were 39 Ladies skaters competing in the GP Series. So, that means the chances of Aiza getting a call up are practically zilch. There are just too many skaters ahead of her.

    But, maybe when she gets more competitions under her belt, she will have a better chance in a few years time.

    CaroLiza_fan
    Thanks for explaining! Did not know it was three years, thought it was two. Yeah, that would make it even harder if she just started.

    She does have a Japanese Wikipedia entry, where she is listed as being 163 cm tall. She seems much taller.
    I tried to post the link, but Japanese characters get jumbled up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulipstar View Post
    Hope so too! I am thinking of going to one or two of the smaller competitions in Europe; maybe she will show up there

    Thanks for explaining! Did not know it was three years, thought it was two. Yeah, that would make it even harder if she just started.

    She does have a Japanese Wikipedia entry, where she is listed as being 163 cm tall. She seems much taller.
    I tried to post the link, but Japanese characters get jumbled up.
    On her ISU page it's also 163 cm. The reality is that on the ice everyone looks a bit taller and 'bigger'. I think Mambekova looks about 160 cm tall on the ice.

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    I'll try to watch the Winter Universiade. Had not been able to see the women's event.

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    Just visited Aiza's Instagram, and spotted some interesting photos put up a few weeks ago.

    2 photos of Aiza with her hero

    A whole pile of photos from Mishin's camp in Estonia, the first of which is of Aiza hugging somebody who is wearing a *Red Dress*...

    And here is a video of Aiza from a month earlier:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BTN74MgFIPN/

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