Alexandra Trusova

Roman09

Final Flight
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Feb 21, 2014
Alexandra "Sasha" Vyacheslavovna Trusova (Russian: Алекса́ндра Вячесла́вовна Тру́сова) is a Ladies singles’ figure skater who represents Russia. She was born on 23 June 2004 in Ryazan, Ryazan Oblast, Russia. She is the 2020 European Bronze Medalist, the 2019-20 Grand Prix Final bronze medalist, the 2019 Russian National silver medalist, and the 2020 Russian National bronze medalist.

On the junior level, she is the 2018 Junior World champion, the 2017 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, the 2018 Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalist, and a two-time Russian junior national champion (2018, 2019).

Alexandra is the first Ladies’ skater to land the quadruple toe loop jump, to land a quad lutz jump and to land a quad in combination (quad toe loop + triple toe loop).

Alexandra announced, following the 2019-20 season, that she would be coached by Evgeni Plushenko and Sergei Rozanov. Previously, she was coached by Eteri Tutberidze and Sergei Dudakov.

Updated 14 June 2020 by dorispulaski
Previously updated on 24 March 2019 by Mohacz​


Biographic information

ISU bio:
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00102760.htm

Russian bio (archived July 2019):
https://web.archive.org/web/20190714142243/http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/3855.html

Allskaters profile (includes Russian domestic events)
https://allskaters.info/alexandra_trusova/

Wikipedia page:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandra_Trusova

Tracings.net bio:
http://tracings.net/trus-alex.html

Social media

VK page:
https://vk.com/id203722779

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



TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score241.02ISU GP Skate Canada International 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program74.95ISU European Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Free Skating166.62ISU GP Skate Canada International 2019

TypeScoreCompetition
Historical Best Total Score225.52IISU World Junior Championships 2018)
Historical Best Score Short Program73.25ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 2017/18
Historical Best Score Free Skating153.49ISU World Junior Championships 2018)



Programs and Videos


2019/2020
SP: Solveig's Song (from "Peer Gynt") by Edvard Grieg; In the Hall of the Mountain King (from "Peer Gynt") by Edvard Grieg; choreo by Eteri Tutberidze, Daniil Gleikhengauz
FS: Pray (High Valyrian) (from “Game of Thrones” soundtrack) by Matthew Bellamy; The Night King (from “Game of Thrones” soundtrack) by Ramin Djawadi; choreo by Eteri Tutberidze, Daniil Gleikhengauz

2020 European Championships
2019-20 Russian Nationals
2019-20 Grand Prix Final
2019 Rostelecom Cup
2019 Skate Canada
2019 Japan Open
2019 Nepela Memorial
2018/2019
SP: Kill Bill Vol. 1 soundtrack: Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) by Nancy Sinatra/Battle Without Honor or Humanity by Tomoyasu Hotei
FS: The Fifth Element soundtrack: Kill The Target by Tomoyasu Hotei/Katana Groove by Tomoyasu Hotei/ Lucia di lammermoor by Eric Serra/ The Diva Dance by Eric Serra

2019 Russian Winter Spartakiad
2019 World Junior Championships
2019 Russian Junior Nationals
2019 Russian Nationals
2018/19 JGP Final Vancouver
2018 ISU JGP Armenia
2018 ISU JGP Lithuania
2017/2018
SP: "Big Spender" by Peggy Lee/Jumpin' Jack by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
FS: "The Four Seasons: Summer" by Antonio Vivaldi rearranged by Max Richter
Ex: "Your Heart Is As Black As Night" by Melody Gardot

2018 ISU Junior World Championships
2018 Russian Junior Nationals
2018 European Championships
2017/18 ISU JGP Final
2017 ISU JGP Belarus
2017 ISU JGP Australia
2016-2017 season:
SP: "Your Heart Is As Black As Night" by Melody Gardot
FS: "Galicia Flamenca" by Gino D'Auri

2017 Russian Elder Age Nationals
2017 Russian Younger Age Nationals
2017 Cup of Russia Final
2017 Russian Junior Nationals
5th Stage of Cup of Russia 2016
2016 Moscow Open Cup
2015/2016
SP: "Paint It Black" by Vanessa Carlton
FS: "Crystallize" and "My Immortal" by Lindsey Stirling

2015 Moscow Younger Age Championships
2015 Moscow Figure Skating Federation's (FFKK) Open Cup


Competitive History:


Rows in azure - Russian domestic competitions​

CompetitionCategorySPFSTS
2019/2020
2020 European Championshipssenior3 (74.95)3 (150.39)3 (225.34)
2020 Russian Nationalssenior3 (76.46)3 (149.88)3 (226.34)
2019-20 Grand Prix Finalsenior5 (71.45)3 (161.73)3 (233.18)
2019 Rostelecom Cup senior2 (74.21)1 (160.26)1 (234.47)
2019 Skate Canada senior3 (74.40)1 (166.62)1 (241.02)
2019 Japan Open senior-1 (160.53)1 Team
2019 27th Nepela Memorial senior1 (74.91)1 (163.78)1 (238.69)
2018/2019
2019 Russian Winter Spartakiadjunior2 (77.43)1 (176.90)1 (254.33)
2019 World Junior Championshipsjunior2 (72.49)1 (150.40)1 (222.89)
2019 Russian Junior Nationalsjunior7 (69.55)1 (164.44)1 (233.99)
2019 Russian Nationalssenior2 (74.96)2 (154.75)2 (229.71)
2018/19 JGP Final Vancouverjunior2 (74.43)2 (140.77)2 (215.20)
4th stage of Cup of Russia 2018senior2 (74.53)1 (157.71)1 (232.24)
2018 JGP Yerevan, Armeniajunior1 (74.19)1 (146.81)1 (221.00)
2018 JGP Amber Cup Kaunas, Lithuaniajunior1 (74.74)1 (146.70)1 (221.44)
2017/2018
2018 World Junior Championshipsjunior1 (72.01)1 (153.49)1 (225.52)
2018 Cup of Russia Finaljunior6 (65.78)1 (143.14)2 (208.92)
2018 Russian Junior Nationalsjunior1 (74.25)3 (137.84)1 (212.09)
2017/18 JGP Final Nagoyajunior1 (73.25)2 (132.36)1 (205.61)
5th stage of the Cup of Russia 2017junior2 (69.13)1 (135.57)2 (204.70)
3rd stage of the Cup of Russia 2017junior1 (70.19)1 (129.11)1 (199.30)
2017 JGP Minsk Arena Cup, Belarusjunior1 (69.72)1 (126.60)1 (196.32)
2017 JGP Brisbane, Australiajunior1 (65.57)1 (132.12)1 (197.69)
2016/2017
Competition for the prizes of the President of Moscow Figure Skating Federation (FFKK) 2017junior2 (64.42)2 (126.37)2 (190.79)
2017 Russian Elder Age Nationalsadvanced novice4 (65.50)1 (130.15)2 (195.65)
2017 Russian Younger Age Nationalsadvanced novice2 (63.64)4 (120.19)3 (240.67)
2017 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsadvanced novice2 (63.03)6 (115.31)4 (178.34)
2017 Cup of Russia Finaljunior6 (65.14)3 (125.75)3 (190.89)
2017 Russian Junior Nationalsjunior6 (64.95)4 (129.65)4 (194.60)
2017 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsadvanced novice1 (64.36)2 (123.00)2 (245.56)
5th stage of the Cup of Russia 2016junior1 (63.66)2 (122.58)2 (186.24)
2016 Volkov Memorialbasic novice1 (63.72)1 (120.34)1 (184.06)
2nd stage of the Cup of Russia 2016junior3 (61.86)3 (122.68)3 (184.54)
2016 Moscow Open Cupjunior3 (59.81)5 (113.05)3 (172.86)
2015/2016
2016 Russian Younger Age Nationalsadvanced novice2 (62.15)7 (106.69)5 (221.24)
2016 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsjunior12 (57.11)9 (109.27)9 (166.38)
2016 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsadvanced novice1 (64.44)5 (110.29)1 (228.19)
2015 CS Tallinn Trophyadvanced novice5 (36.23)1 (76.88)
2 (113.11)
2015 Volkov Memorialbasic novice4 (57.48)6 (101.94)5 (159.42)
2015 Moscow Figure Skating Federation's Open Cupjunior2 (55.52)5 (101.04)4 (156.56)
2014/2015
2015 Russian Younger Age Nationalsnovice2 (49.37)7 (77.82)3 (173.41)*
2015 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsjunior18 (50.06)21 (79.71)21 (129.77)
2015 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsnovice1 (50.23)3 (83.44)2 (182.67)*
2014 Volkov Memorialbasic novice--1 (122.96)
2013/2014
2014 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsnovice28 (25.66)FNR28 (25.66)

* In Russian younger age competitions the skaters participate in three segments: Elements, SP and FS. The scores obtained in all the segments are summed up and give results to the total score. The above table does not include the scores in the Elements segment. However, below you can find a brief summary of Alexandra's results:

In the 2017 Russian Younger Age Nationals Alexandra was 1st in Elements and achieved 56.84 points.
In the 2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships she was 2nd in this segment and obtained 58.20 points.
In the 2016 Russian Younger Age Nationals she was 2nd in this segment and obtained 52.40 points.
In the 2016 Moscow Younger Age Championships she was 1st in this segment and obtained 53.46 points.
In the 2015 Russian Younger Age Nationals she was 1st in this segment and obtained 46.32 points.
In the 2015 Moscow Younger Age Championships she was 1st in this segment and obtained 49.00 points.


Articles, Interviews and Video Interviews

24 December 2018 - Alexandra Trusova, Anna Shcherbakova, Alena Kostornaya. "Time" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08ez8hXmz6o
25 November 2018 - Alexandra Trusova on Japanese TV about quad jumps - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM5EPf7d2bY
16 September 2018 - Alexandra Trusova and Eteri Tutberidze interview by ntv.ru (in Russian) - https://www.ntv.ru/novosti/2074406
29 August 2018 - Alina Zagitova, Alexandra Trusova and Anna Shcherbakova dance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGt8Cv44LJc

Original post by Roman09:

The Winner of the Volkov Memorial 2016, the promising young talent Alexandra (2004, june) who has passed into Eteri Tutberidze group only this summer, shows the tremendous equipment and already has even made attempt to land a triple axel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cfH6jpgVkQ

SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sMPNO4bGFw
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFTmiydO39w
 
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stryke

On the Ice
Joined
Aug 11, 2014
Those sky high single jumps of hers had my jaw dropping when I first saw them. With Eteri she will gain the consistency she has been lacking and refine where her skills are weakest to build her into an incredible skater.
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Sasha did very well in her SP at the 5th stage of Russian cup. No video yet but she scored 63.66 points and her TES was above 38 points. Hopefully we will have the video soon, although for some reason TheFSRussia -channel has been extremely slow to upload any video. They haven't uploaded anything since early yesterday.
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Based on score Sasha did great today, she scored her PB which is now 186.24 points. She didn't win though, Daria scored about 1.5 points more. No video yet.
 
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