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Alisa Efimova & Ruben Blommaert


On the Ice
Dec 7, 2018
Alisa Efimova (Russian: Алиса Ефимова, born 8 June 1999) and Ruben Blommaert (born 5 March 1992) are a pairs team representing Germany.

They are the 2022 GP Espoo silver medalists. They are also the Nebelhorn Trophy and 2022 Finlandia Trophy silver medalists.

The team split in April 2023.

Alisa previously competed for Russia with Alexander Korovin, with whom she is the 2018 Skate America silver medalist, 2018 CS Nebelhorn Trophy and 2018 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb champion and a two-time CS Tallinn Trophy silver medalist (2016, 2017).

Ruben previously skated with Annika Hocke, with whom he won silver medals at the 2017 CS Minsk-Arena Ice Star and 2017 International Cup of Nice and competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics. He also skated with Annabelle Prölß and Mari Vartmann.

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ISU Personal Bests

Personal Best Total Score186.17ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2022
Personal Best Score Short Program67.05ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2022
Personal Best Score Free Skating119.23ISU World Championships 2023



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2022-2023 Season
2023 World Championships65.237119.2310184.4610
2023 European Championships62.773110.895173.664
2022 Golden Spin65.79199.617165.405
2022 Grand Prix Espoo62.464108.292170.752
2022 Skate Canada51.497WD-WD-
Finlandia Trophy 202262.542114.572177.112
Nebelhorn Trophy 202267.053119.122186.172
2021-2022 Season
German Championships 202266.202118.032184.232
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The second worst besserwisser in the world
Record Breaker
Jan 29, 2007
There is in Finnish mother-daughter interview about Alisa and her mother, who is a coach.

I can translate it in the beginning of next week, but some points

First little bit OT, Alisa's mother coaches Iida K. and Janna J., probably the most talented young skaters in Finland.


Her family has moved to Finland 1996 because her mother had got a vacation as a coach in Lappeenranta, Finland. (So as many of you probably already knew, and you can see it from her ISU Bios, Alisa is born in Finland/TT). Alisa was a member of Finland's national team, but at the age of 13 she had decided to turn to pairs. She thinks her mother had said she would be good in pairs. At the age of 14 she had moved to Moscow alone to get knowledge in pairs.

They don't see each other much, because Marina, her mother is often abroad with her own students and Alisa is competing or training somewhere else. First time Marina had seen Alisa competing as a pair has been Finlandia Trophy 2019.

- I try to translate the whole article in the beginning of next week, but google translator from Finnish to English does ok job, if you don't put too much sentences at the same time. /TT_Fin


Jun 26, 2012
Interesting article about Alisa and her mother. I am sure I may have missed some nuance, so I look forward to your translation @TT_Fin , but google translate certainly worked for the most part. They don't see each other much maybe, but they sound very loving, supporting and asking and taking advice from each other!