Alexey Erokhov | Golden Skate

Alexey Erokhov

The Finn

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Alexey Valerievich Erokhov, (Russian: Алексей Валерьевич Ерохов) was born on September 5, 1999 in Moscow, Russia. Alexey Erokhov took up figure skating in 2003 in Moscow. He is the 2018 Junior World champion, the 2017 JGP Belarus champion, the 2017 JGP Poland champion, and the 2018 Russian junior national champion. Alexey has struggled with injury the last two seasons.

In July 2020, it was announced that he was changing coaches from longtime coaches Eteri Tutberidze and Sergei Dudakov to Viktoria Butsaeva.

ISU bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00014998.htm

Alexey's Wikipedia
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexey_Erokhov

Allskaters.info bio
https://allskaters.info/alexey_erokhov/

FSkate.ru bio (archived July 2029)
https://web.archive.org/web/20190714142232/http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/1863.html

Rinkresults
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=23271

Tracings.net
http://tracings.net/yero-alex.html

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

Short Program62.16 ISU CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo 2018
Free Skate152.43

ISU CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo 2018
Total Score214.59

ISU CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo 2018


Short Program78.73ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017
Free Skate155.27ISU JGP Minsk Arena Cup 2017
Total Score232.79ISU JGP Minsk Arena Cup 2017



Programs and Videos

2020-21
SP: "Fallin" performed by Nicola Cavallaro, choreo by N. Mikhailov
FS: "You Raise Me Up" by Josh Groban

2018-19
SP: "Black Earth" (inspired by the Turkish folk song "Kara Toprak") by Fazil Say; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz
FS: "Io Ci Saro," performed by Andrea Boccelli; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz

2018 Finlandia Trophy SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrN4OgVdQlA
2018 Finlandia Trophy FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jns-1rC7E1U

2017-18
SP: Lighthouse by Patrick Watson; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz
FS: Piano Concerto No. 2 by Sergei Rachmaninov; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz

2018 Junior World Champonships SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ej2NWSZTzO4
2018 Junior World Champonships FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQZUrxkEgtM
Gala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JBKa384xwk

2018 Cup of Russia Final SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qNMsB44JsI
2018 Cup of Russia Final FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDuI9rjBWQ8

2018 Junior Russian Nationals SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSt87svCkLI
2018 Junior Russian Nationals FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR5MGF8XEKo

2018 Russian Nationals SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQqLddF9RQw
2018 Russian Nationals FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2VDcwm4X6k

2017-18 JGPF SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-gxsBR9Jms
2017-18 JGPF FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jusdWA6ZETM
Interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wMma76E-ME

2017 JGP Minsk SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWoyrQpgozI
2017 JGP Minsk FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0B5hwRLuVUE
Gala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbv0rg1yiDk

2017 JGP Poland SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJdQwXutqFU
2017 JGP Poland FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr45BrEc_7Y

2016-17
SP The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King, Eric Chapman; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz
LP Romeo and Juliette; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz

2017 Russian Junior Nationals SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tajlVTzt2Y
2017 Russian Junior Nationals FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fghboov85i0

2017 Russian Nationals FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWnP5wZWf1Q

2016 JGP Japan
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u29gKS6X2g
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijibuCGxSM8

2016 JGP Dresden SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPTyZjGy_oI
Withdrew from FS

2015-16
SP: "Blues for Klook" by Eddie Louiss
FS: "The Storm" by Havasi

2016 Russian Youth Championships Elder Age
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gkWoLr79MQ
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2klF6XyRSGE

2016 Russian Junior Championship FS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVJEcu9jpaY


Competitive History

EventLevelSPFSTotal
2020-21 season
2021 Russian Cup FinalSenior6 (85.29)10 (135.44)10 (220.73)
2020 Russian Cup (Stage 5)Senior1 (86.20)3 (140.56)3 (226.76)
2020 Russian Cup (Stage 2)Senior8 (71.25)5 (147.91)6 (219.16)
2019–20 season
2020 Final Russian CupJunior9 (65.28)9 (111.07)9 (176.35)
2018–19 season
2019 Final Russian CupJunior7 (70.95)WDWD
2019 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior16 (72.33)2 (153.01)4 (225.34)
2018 Finlandia Trophy 2018Senior12 (62.16)4 (152.43)7 (214.59)
2017–18 season
2018 World Junior ChampionshipsJunior2 (76.54)1 (154.98)1 (231.52)
2018 Final of the Russian Cup.Junior1 (80.88)1 (161.33)1 (242.21)
2018 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior2 (82.52)1 (165.99)1 (248.51)
2018 Russian ChampionshipsSenior8 (80.38)7 (150.21)8 (230.59)
2017–18 JGP FinalJunior2 (78.395 (128.65)5 (207.04)
III Stage of the Russian CupSenior1 (82.93)1 (174.19)1 (257.12)
2017 JGP PolandJunior1 (78.83)1 (143.06)1 (221.89)
2017 JGP BelarusJunior1 (77.52)1 (155.27)1 (232.79)
2016–17 season
2017 Final of the Russian Cup Senior5 (77.49)7 (138.48)7 (215.97)
2017 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior6 (75.23)5 (149.26)5 (224.49)
2017 Russian ChampionshipsSenior13 (64.20)7 (152.60)10 (216.80)
2016 Russian - Chinese Youth GamesJunior--1 (208.35)
2016 V Stage Russian CupSenior3 (76.00)1 (168.33)1 (244.33)
2016 IV Stage Russian Cup Senior2 (74.01)3 (131.15)4 (205.16)
2016 JGP GermanyJunior6 (64.33)WDWD
2016 JGP JapanJunior3 (74.90)5 (142.01) 3 (216.91)
2015–16 season
2016 Championship of Russia (Elder Age)Boys1 (76.94)1 (156.00)1 (232.94)
2016 Youth Spartakiad of RussiaJunior4 (64.70)2 (148.66)3 (213.36)
2016 Championship of Moscow (Elder Age)Junior1 (72.94)6 (123.52)5 (196.46)
2016 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior8 (65.26)14 (115.64)12 (180.90)
2015 III Stage Russian CupJunior6 (58.66)5 (125.32)6 (183.98)
2015 I Stage Russian CupJunior9 (48.03)3 (125.635 (173.66)
2015 Moscow Open ChampionshipsJunior6 (63.31)2 (132.57)4 (195.88)
Season 2014-2015
Stage 3 of the Russian Cup 2014Junior3 (64.98)4 (132.64)4 (197.62)
1st stage of the Russian Cup 2014Junior6 (60.18)5 (121.92)4 (182.10)
Moscow Open Championship 2014Junior5 (52.39)4 (113.22)5 (165.61)
Season 2013-2014
Championship of Russia (older age) 2014Junior--5 (181.90)
Moscow Championship (older age) 2014Junior4 (60.84)5 (117.52)4 (178.36)
4th stage of the Russian Cup 2013Junior7 (55.96)10 (96.64)8 (152.60)
Stage 3 of the Russian Cup 2013Junior4 (59.12)3 (117.93)3 (177.05)
Moscow Open Championship 2013Junior7 (53.74)11 (90.14)11 (143.88)
Season 2012-2013
Moscow Championship (older age)Junior12 (43.59)7 (108.88)10 (152.47)
Stage 5 of the Russian Cup 2012Junior12 (53.74)21 (86.32)19 (140.06)
Stage 3 of the Russian Cup 2012Junior7 (52.57)9 (95.72)9 (148.29)
1st stage of the Russian Cup 2012Junior13 (45.02)9 (104.01)9 (149.03)
Moscow Open 2012Junior--10 (154.68)
Season 2011-2012
Championship of Russia (younger age) 2012 Elements - 12 (36.96)Adv.Nov.8 (55.67)7 (105.36)7 (197.99)
Championship of Moscow (younger age)Junior--8 (153.21)
Moscow Championship (younger age) 2012Adv. Nov.--2 (204.45)
Memorial S. Volkov 2011Adv.Nov.2 (52.15)3 (98.84)3 (150.99)
4th stage of the Russian Cup 2011Junior11 (46.46)10 (95.69)10 (142.15)
Stage 3 of the Russian Cup 2011Junior8 (48.49)8 (102.05/8 (150.54)
Season 2010-2011
Moscow Championship (older age) 2011Junior--17 (118.79)
Moscow Championship (younger age) 2011Adv. Nov.--9 (160.10)
Season 2009-2010
Championship of Russia (younger age) 2010Basic Nov.--14 (131.54)
Moscow Championship (younger age) 2010Basic. Nov.--6 (121.72)
Season 2008-2009
Moscow Championship (younger age) 2009Basic Nov.--8 (118.88)


Original Post by The Finn - September 17, 2016


I thought that if I will wait a bit someone will surely create a thread for this guy but it seems he still doesn't have one. Anyway, I am pretty sure this guy will be great in near future. He already has everything one needs to become a great skater including 2 quads and 3A. He just needs to land his big jumps consistently.

Erokhov's summer was filled with injuries and illnesses and basically he had to spent his whole summer at the hospital. One can read a bit more about it here, although the article is not solely about Erokhov.
http://www.fsrussia.ru/intervyu/2288-eteri-tutberidze-mne-povezlo-s-uchenikami.html

Erokhov was 3rd at 2016 JGP Japan. Last year he was only 12th at the Russian Junior Championships but he was the winner of the Russian Youth Championships Elder Age.
 
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The Finn

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Even before the JGP season started I predicted that Erokhov could be one of the JGP finalist. At the time I didn't know about his summer worries but nevertheless I still think that he might make it to the final. At the moment his 2nd event seems to be the 7th event where he would face Jun Hwan Cha and Samarin. I do think that Russia should move him to the 6th event where he would be fully capable to win that event. Winning the 7th event would be a lot more difficult even though Erokhov can score really high with clean skates.
 

Crossover

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Without your introduction of him, I didn't notice Alexey until he showed up at the event. :) He was reminded of retired Menshov somehow. The puppy eyes at the end of his FS as contrasted to his height wanted me to root for him. He still needs to work on to improve elements for better PCS, but can relate to music. Although Alexey doesn't have big distance or height for his jumps, he can rotate really fast in the air.
 

silverfoxes

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I like his style, although I would like to see him become a little more expressive & less reserved. He reminds me of Adian a couple seasons ago in that respect. Maybe he just needs more experience, or perhaps Eteri should try those visualization techniques Marina Zueva came up with for Adian since they really seemed to make a difference. And I hope his health problems are behind him now.
 

The Finn

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At the moment his 2nd event seems to be the 7th event where he would face Jun Hwan Cha and Samarin. I do think that Russia should move him to the 6th event where he would be fully capable to win that event. Winning the 7th event would be a lot more difficult even though Erokhov can score really high with clean skates.

Samarin was moved to JGP Estonia. It looks like Erokhov's 2nd event will be JGP Germany where the field is tough. I think moving Samarin instead of Erokhov to an easier event was wrong move by Russian Fed.
 

The Finn

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Erokhov's name is on the entry list of 4th stage of Russian Cup. We will have to wait and see if he will skate there or not but at the moment I will take this as promising news. Maybe his injury wasn't as serious as some have thought.
 

The Finn

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4th stage of Russian Cup

FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAO1pRZvhh0

He was 4th. Kind of disappointng placement but it is great news that his injury wasn't too serious.

This was his 1st Russian cup event and he needs to do well in his 2nd event if he wants to make it to the senior championships. The line up at the 5th and last Russian Cup event should be pretty good because Roman Savosin, Artem Lezheyev, Murad Kurbanov, Vladimir Samoylov and Erokhov among others are expected to skate there. If Erokhov is 4th or better he should make it.
 

The Finn

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Wow, he scored 168.33 points in his FS today at the 5th stage of Russia Cup. His TES was above 92 points and his total score was above 244 points. No video yet.
 

silverfoxes

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Here is his LP, finally.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZdA9l8lBxw

I still think he needs to work on expression and connecting with the audience more...especially if you are trying to sell a warhorse like R&J. But junior nationals will be very interesting this season, for sure.

edit - in this short interview, he says he's going to the Russian-Chinese Games (?) in China next week to compete before Nationals. I haven't heard about this competition...anyone have details?

http://sport-inside.org/?p=10797
 
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Crossover

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I just googled Российско-Китайские игры (literally Russian-Chinese game) and according to a link, it seems like a friendly event encompassing all sorts of sport like judo, swimming and etc during summer in 2015, so no winter sports.

With more specific keywords like Российско-Китайские игры фигурному катанию 2016 (Russian-Chinese game figure skating 2016), more accurate sources turn out. http://www.uniorsport.ru/rus_china_winter_2016.php


Russian-Chinese youth winter games
7 - December 12, 2016. Harbin (China).

27 sets of medals in five sports will be raffled: figure skating, speed skating, short track, hockey and alpine skiing (giant slalom and slalom).

Recall that the Russian-Chinese youth summer games have become a tradition. After the competition in the framework of national years (of Russia in China in 2006 and China in Russia in 2007) Games held in 2009 in Beijing, in 2011 in Penza, in 2013 in Shanghai, in 2015 in Irkutsk.
 

The Finn

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It looks like Alexey will skate at the JGP Austria. Frolov was the one who has been substituted.
 

The Finn

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Alexey is no longer on the entry list of JGP Austria.

Hopefully it is nothing serious and he can skate at later events.
 

The Finn

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Good news, Alexey has been assigned to the JGP Poland which means that what ever was the reason he was substituted earlier was something minor.

Hopefully he will get 2nd JGP event also.
 
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