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    Anna Kuzmenko

    Anna Kuzmenko (Russian: Анна Кузьменко) is a Ladies figure skater who represents France.

    She was born on 27th February 2004 in Moscow.

    Following 2017/18 season she switched countries to represent France. She made her international debut at the 2016 Tallin Trophy (representing Russia in the advanced novice girls category). In 2018/19 season she debuted in the JGP circuit.

    She is coached by Svetlana Panova.

    Last updated on 10 March 2019 by Mohacz

    ISU bio
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00106216.htm

    Fskate.ru Bio
    http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/4155.html

    Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 season
    SP: 59.20 (ISU World Junior Championships 2019)
    FS: 104.19 (ISU JGP Armenian Cup 2018)
    TS: 152.86 (ISU JGP Armenian Cup 2018)

    Programs and Videos
    2018/2019
    SP: "Dancing in the Dark" (from "The Band Wagon" soundtrack) / "I Won't Dance" (from "Steppin' Out" soundtrack) / "I Won't Dance" Remix
    FS: "Seven Nations Army" performed by Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox ft. Haley Reinhart / "Ain't No Other Man" performed by Christina Aguilera

    2019 World Junior Championships2018 Golden Bear, Zagreb
    SP: no video found
    FS: no video found
    2018 JGP Armenian Cup, Yerevan2018 JGP Cup of Austria, Linz
    2017/2018
    SP: no information found
    FS: the same as in 2016/17 season
    2018 Cup of Moscow2018 Moscow Open Championships
    2016/2017
    SP: no information found
    FS: no information found

    2017 Moscow Elder Age Championships2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships
    Results

    Rows with azure background - Russian domestic competitions.

    Competition Category SP FS TS
    2018/2109
    2019 World Junior Championships junior 7 (59.20) 18 (88.66) 15 (147.86)
    2018 Golden Bear, Zagreb junior 6 (53.79) 7 (93.64) 7 (147.53)
    2018 JGP Armenian Cup, Yerevan junior 9 (48.67) 7 (104.19) 8 (152.86)
    2018 JGP Cup of Austria, Linz junior 4 (54.55) 7 (96.36) 6 (150.91)
    2017/2018 - representing Russia
    2018 Moscow Elder Age Championships advanced novice

    21 (155.82)
    2018 Cup of Moscow junior 9 (48.63) 11 (84.22) 11 (132.85)
    2018 Moscow Open Championships junior 19 (44.40) WD WD
    2016/2017
    2017 Moscow Elder Age Championships advanced novice 23 (46.30) 10 (111.42) 15 (157.72)
    2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships advanced novice 10 (50.57) 7 (107.61) 9 (203.84)*
    2016 Tallin Trophy advanced novice

    3 (126.17)
    Competition for the prizes of Moscow Figure Skating Federation (FFKK) 2016 advanced novice 4 (51.03) 2 (106.84) 3 (157.87)
    2016 Panin Memorial junior 8 (50.05) 7 (106.02) 7 (156.07)
    2016 Moscow Open Championships junior 18 (48.46) 22 (80.06) 22 (128.52)
    2015/2016
    2016 Moscow Younger Age Championships advanced novice 16 (45.93) 20 (77.50) 21 (158.97)*
    2014/2015
    2015 Moscow Elder Age Championships advanced novice

    24 (123.99)
    2015 Moscow Younger Age Championships novice FNR FNR 25 (25.00)*
    2014 S. Volkov Memorial junior

    14 (92.56)
    2014 Moscow Open Championships junior 25 (40.26) FNR 25 (40.26)

    * In Russia, younger age competitions are composed of 3 stages: Elements, SP and FS. The table only provides the SP and FS results.


    SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHsl8WuEzY0
    FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S81i2fV0Bz4&t=


    Excerpt from the original OP
    She is such a nice skater and has so much personnality on the ice! Love her!
    Last edited by Mohacz; 03-08-2019 at 11:31 AM. Reason: 2019 Junior Worlds update

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    She will skate at JGP Yerevan, again alongside her friend and training-mate Alena Kanysheva.

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    Yeah, finally an official thread for her too.
    I saw her in JGP and immediately loved her skating.
    Panova is a very good coach, she can do a lor with her.

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    I've just updated her OP. I've added all the results and all the videos I could find. Enjoy

    If someone recognizes the music in her 2016/17 and 2017/18 FS, I would appreciate that information to include in the OP.

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    Happy Birthday to Anna! Wishing her great success

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    Anna KUZMENKO - SP, JWC 2019
    https://youtu.be/3WFtDqERdIM

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    I like her a lot. Can someone tell me why/how she represents france if she was born and trains in Russia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BossT View Post
    Anna KUZMENKO - SP, JWC 2019
    https://youtu.be/3WFtDqERdIM
    She was amazing today. But grossly underscored on PCS. 23? Come on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1904sk8 View Post
    I like her a lot. Can someone tell me why/how she represents france if she was born and trains in Russia?
    Because she made smart move. If she wouldnt did it, she would probably never managed it into russian national team and never represent Russia in international competitions. Fortunatelly she is smart girl and so we can enjoy her airy, playful performances. By the way, Im not expert but her step sequence today was amazing to me.
    Wish her all best in FP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deripashka View Post
    Because she made smart move. If she wouldnt did it, she would probably never managed it into russian national team and never represent Russia in international competitions. Fortunatelly she is smart girl and so we can enjoy her airy, playful performances. By the way, Im not expert but her step sequence today was amazing to me.
    Wish her all best in FP.
    Yes, next year when she competes in senior she will be the first french lady and she will be able to take part in european and world championships
    Representing Russia, it would have been more complicated to have spots at international events.

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