2021-22 Russian Pairs' Figure Skating | Golden Skate

2021-22 Russian Pairs' Figure Skating

flanker

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 10, 2018
Country
Czech-Republic
Russian national team, seniors:

Aleksandra Boikova/Dmitry Kozlovskii
Yasmina Kadyrova/Ivan Balchenko
Anastasia Mishina/Aleksandr Galliamov
Daria Pavliuchenko/Denis Khodykin
Apollinariia Panfilova/Dmitry Rylov
Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov
Karina Akopova/Nikita Rakhmanin (reserve)
Iulia Artemeva/Mikhail Nazarychev (reserve)
Alina Pepeleva/Roman Pleshkov (reserve)

/Russian national team, juniors (13-19/21) and novices* (11-17/19):

Anastasia Mukhortova/Dmitry Evgeniev
Ekaterina Petushkova/Evgeniy Malikov
Natalia Khabibulina/Ilya Knyazhuk
Kseniia Akhanteva/Valerii Kolesov
Daria Boyarintseva/Maksim Shagalov
Polina Kostiukovich/Aleksei Briukhanov
Taisia Sobinina (reserve, listed separately from Sergei Bakhmat, will wait for comfirmation)
Sergei Bakhmat (reserve, no partner on the list)
Alina Raskovalova/Artyom Butaev*
Ekaterina Storublyovtseva/Artyom Gritsaenko*
Milana Trubacheva/Vladislav Smirnov*
Evgenia Tumanova/Georgiy Kunitsa*
Varvara Cheremikh/Daniil Butenko*
Ekaterina Chikmaryova/Matvei Yanchenkov*

Note: Remember that being on the list of the national team is mostly about funding and doesn't always mean that a member
will get GP/JGP entry a vice versa.


Olympic assignments (4-20 february 2022, Beijing):

TBD

ISU Championships assignments:

Worlds (21-27 march 2022, Montpellier):


TBD

Europeans (10-16 january 2022, Tallin):

TBD

Jr Worlds (7-13 march 2022, Sofia):

TBD

Pairs with GP assignments:

Skate AmericaSkate Canada

Gran Premio D'Italia​

note: moved from CoC
NHK TrophyInternationaux de FranceRostelecom Cup
22-24 October 2021, Las Vegas29-31 October 2021, Vancouver5-7 November 2021, Torino12-14 November 2021, Tokyo19-21 November 2021, Grenoble26-28 November 2021, Sochi
EntriesEntriesEntriesEntriesEntriesEntries
ResultsResultsResultsResultsResultsResults
Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii KozlovskiiDaria Pavliuchenko / Denis KhodykinIuliia Artemeva / Mikhail NazarychevAnastasia Mishina / Aleksandr GalliamovIuliia Artemeva / Mikhail Nazarychev
Iasmina Kadyrova / Ivan Balchenko
Alina Pepeleva / Roman Pleshkov-Alina Pepeleva / Roman PleshkovEvgenia Tarasova / Vladimir MorozovAleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii KozlovskiiAnastasia Mishina / Aleksandr Galliamov
Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov----Daria Pavliuchenko / Denis Khodykin

Pairs with JGP assignments:

JGP SlovakiaJGP RussiaJGP PolandJGP Austria
1-4 September 2021, Košice15-18 September 2021, Krasnoyarsk29 Sept - 2 Oct, Gdansk6-9 October 2021, Linz
EntriesEntriesEntriesEntries
ResultsResultsResultsResults
Ksenia Akhanteva /Valeriy KolesovEkaterina Chikmareva / Matvei IanchenkovEkaterina Chikmareva / Matvei IanchenkovKsenia Akhanteva /Valeriy Kolesov
Polina Kostiukovich /Aleksei BriukhanovNatalia Khabibullina / Ilya KnyazhukPolina Kostiukovich /Aleksei BriukhanovNatalia Khabibullina / Ilya Knyazhuk
Anastasia Mukhortova / Dmitry EvgenyevEkaterina Petushkova / Evgenii MalikovEkaterina Petushkova / Evgenii MalikovAnastasia Mukhortova / Dmitry Evgenyev
-Ekaterina Storublevtceva / Artem Gritsaenko--

GP and JGP Final:

ISU GP of Figure Skating Final - SeniorsISU GP of Figure Skating Final - Juniors
9-12 December 2021, Osaka9-12 December 2021, Osaka
ResultsResults

Winter Universiade (11-21 december 2021, Luzern):

TBD

Pairs with CS and other remarkable international assignments:

Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov - Cranberry Cup, 12-15 August 2021, Norwood

Russian Sr Nationals:

TBD

Russian Jr Nationals:

TBD

Stages of the Russian Cup - seniors:

1st stage, Syzran2nd stage3rd stage4th stage5th stage
22-26 September
general info
results

Russian Cup Final - seniors:

TBD

Stages of the Russian Cup - juniors:

1st stage, Syzran2nd stage3rd stage4th stage5th stage
22-26 September
general info
results


Russian Cup Final - juniors:

TBD

Coming to senior age:

TBD

Coming to junior age:

TBD

Coaching changes, splits and partner changes:

Evgenia Tarasova/Vladimir Morozov - will be coached by the team of Eteri Tutberidze together with Maxim Trankov

Diana Mukhametzianova/Ilya Mironov - split
Diana Mukhametzianova/Vladislav Antonyshev - new pair
Ekaterina Geynisch/Ilya Mironov - new pair

Anastasia Kostyuk/Andrei Rud - split
Elizaveta Osokina - from singles to pairs
Elizaveta Osokina/Andrei Rud - new pair
Anastasia Kostyuk/Dmitry Chigirev - new pair

Viktoria Vasilieva/Nikita Volodin - split
Viktoria Vasilieva/Roman Zaporozhets - new pair

Alexander Korovin (former partner of Alisa Efimova) - will represent Philippines with Isabella Gamez

Polina Kostiukovich/Alexei Briukhanov - from Velikovs to Nina Mozer

Yasmina Kadyrova/Ivan Balchenko - from Pavel Sliusarenko to Tamara Moskvina

Retirements and switching of disciplines:

Elizaveta Osokina - from singles (CSKA, Buyanova) switched to pairs (Nina Mozer)

Main topics:

It's the olympic season :biggrin:

Useful links:

FS biographies
World standings
Allskaters.info
Skatingscores
RinkResults
Full list of the team members (taken from here)
Additional list
 
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eterislouisvuitton

On the Ice
Joined
Nov 29, 2019
Wonder if Pepeleva/Pleshkov will make the team 🤔
Oh I really hope so. I think they are one of the ones with the most potential, even if they cannot seem to get it together. And maybe it is just my undeniable favoritism towards tall people, but truthfully, being tall makes things so much harder, yet there is so much more potential if you do it right. But based on the results of last season they will be reserve, if that. But they may get GP cause of Pavliuchenko's illness, or whatever is going on with Rylov.
 

Novalis

Medalist
Joined
Oct 14, 2020
Oh I really hope so. I think they are one of the ones with the most potential, even if they cannot seem to get it together. And maybe it is just my undeniable favoritism towards tall people, but truthfully, being tall makes things so much harder, yet there is so much more potential if you do it right. But based on the results of last season they will be reserve, if that. But they may get GP cause of Pavliuchenko's illness, or whatever is going on with Rylov.
Didn't Dasha just have mononucleosis. Or is there something I don't know about?
 

coldblueeyes

Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 25, 2014
Country
Brazil
If it keeps pumping them for international podiums, I'm not mad. But RNats is almost harder than Worlds.
 

Skater Boy

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 24, 2012
Russian pairs will be exciting the current top 3 are interchangeable. Granted they are not fabulous - they are not of the perfection style and charisma of B/S or GG or even Artur and his partners. They are all lovely, fairly solid teams. I give them credit or filling their top sots with world medal contenders. Z and E weren't that long ago in third at worlds and now retired.
 

skylark

Gazing at a Glorious Great Lakes sunset
Record Breaker
Joined
Aug 12, 2014
This season I look forward to Mishina & Galliamov facing the biggest challenge of their career: winning a medal at their own country's nationals.

If I remember correctly, Katia Gordeeva said in her book that Russian Nationals were always the hardest, for competing, for her and Sergei. I wonder if it doesn't vary from couple to couple. I believe Katia said somewhere else that for them, it was partly the excitement of showing the programs there and wanting everyone (the Fed?) to like them.

It's interesting that M/G still haven't won a medal of any color as seniors at their nationals. Maybe it's like skaters who peak early in the season and then find the major events a bigger challenge. Or vice versa: skaters who struggle in the first half of the season but then come through big time when it really counts. As for me, I'm going to be pulling hard for M/G, as they're now my lovely Russian favorites.
 

coldblueeyes

Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 25, 2014
Country
Brazil
I don’t know if it is a fluke competition for them and how it’s going to be now. But they should definitely work to get that title too, if only to prove that they can.
 

Flying Feijoa

On the Ice
Joined
Sep 22, 2019
Country
New-Zealand
Looking forward to seeing if Fedor Klimov can help Akhanteva/Kolesov to progress and stay together...
I like how they look (close height, long limbs), although of course it makes the elements harder.
 

hanca

Record Breaker
Joined
Sep 23, 2008
I am looking forward seeing whether Panfilova/Rylov managed to add at least one clean triple.
 

nussnacker

one and only
Record Breaker
Joined
Mar 16, 2019
40min long interview with T/M: about quarantine, how they did after it, past season, how they made a decision to work with Tutberidze, what they think about their prospects in the upcoming season, „myths“ about Tutberidze and their opinion on Tutberidze team now. Quite a treat!
 

cto888

Rinkside
Joined
May 11, 2021
Country
Spain
40min long interview with T/M: about quarantine, how they did after it, past season, how they made a decision to work with Tutberidze, what they think about their prospects in the upcoming season, „myths“ about Tutberidze and their opinion on Tutberidze team now. Quite a treat!
Thanks! Does anyone have a translated version? (Other than the automatically generated version subtitles?)
 

Dreamer57

Medalist
Joined
May 20, 2018
Some recent info concerning the russian pairs in the text:

Wow, Mozer is really building up quite a group with juniors and seniors!
Hope Polina and Alexei have a great season (I'm assuming still in juniors)

I don’t know if it is a fluke competition for them and how it’s going to be now. But they should definitely work to get that title too, if only to prove that they can.
I kind of like them to be the slight underdogs, I think their (past 2) senior nationals results have come from them putting a lot of pressure on themselves as they know how important it is. They said their most recent finish motivated them to work harder and now we can see how they performed at channel 1 cup, rus cup final and worlds :clap:

& cto888, welcome to GS and the Russian pairs forum :)
 
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