Anastasia Mishina & Aleksandr Galliamov

The Finn

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Anastasia Viktorovna Mishina (Russian: Анастасия Викторовна Мишина) was born on 24 April 2001 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Aleksandr Romanovich Galliamov (Russian: Александр Романович Галлямов) was born on 28 August 1999 in Berezniki, Russia. They are the 2019-20 Senior Grand Prix Final bronze medalists, the 2019 World Junior gold medalists, 2018 World Junior bronze medalists and 2019 Russian national junior gold medalists. With her former partner, Vladislav Mirzoev, Nastia is the 2016 World Junior silver medalist, 2016 JGP Final Champion and 2016 Russian national junior champion. Sasha's previous partners were Alexandra Polishuk and Nika Osipova.

In their first season as seniors, they qualified for the Grand Prix Final.

Mishina and Galliamov teamed up in April 2017 following Nastia's widely commented split with Mirzoev.

They are coached by Ludmila Velikova, Nikolai Velikov and Vasilii Velikov.

Updated 10 August 2020
Previously updated on 2 September 2019 by Mohacz

ISU bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00103135.htm

Allskaters.info Bio (Russian)
Nastia - https://allskaters.info/anastasia_mishina/
Sasha - https://allskaters.info/alexander_gallyamov/

Rinkresults
Nastia - http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=32648
Sasha - http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=32649

Fskate.ru bios (archived)
Nastia - https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192240/www.fskate.ru/skaters/3245.html
Sasha - https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192304/https://fskate.ru/skaters/1858.html

Instagrams
Nastia - https://www.instagram.com/nastia_ice/
Sasha - https://www.instagram.com/a_gallyam/

Wikipedia pages
Nastia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anastasia_Mishina
Sasha - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_Galiamov

tracings.net (data about previous pairings of the team
http://tracings.net/mish-gali.html


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score210.18ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program74.99ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2019
Personal Best Score Free Skating135.19ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2019


Personal Best Scores under +5/-5 GOE - juniors


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score
190.63​
2018/19 ISU JGP Final, Vancouver, Canada
Personal Best Score Short Program
67.02​
2019 ISU World Junior Championships
Personal Best Score Free Skating
126.26​
2018/19 ISU JGP Final, Vancouver, Canada


Personal Best Scores under +3/-3 GOE - juniors

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score
167.24​
2018 ISU World Junior Championships
Personal Best Score Short Program
56.96​
2018 ISU World Junior Championships
Personal Best Score Free Skating
110.29​
2018 ISU World Junior Championships


Programs and Videos​


2019/2020
SP: "Je suis malade" by Serge Lama and Alica Dona, performed by Lara Fabian; choreo by Natalia Pecherskaia,
FS: "The Great Ball at Satan’s from "The Master and Margarita" (soundtrack) by Igor Korneliuk; "Love Leaped Out in Front of Us" from "The Master and Margarita" (soundtrack) by Igor Korneliuk; "Woland’s Theme" from "The Master and Margarita" (soundtrack) by Igor Korneliuk; choreo by Natalia Pecherskaia, , Sergei Komolov

2020 Russian Cup Final
2020 Bavarian Open
2019-20 Russian Nationals
2019-20 Grand Prix Final
2019 Finlandia Trophy
2019 Internationaux de France
2018/2019
SP: "Party Like a Russian" by Robbie Williams
LP: "The Master and Margarita" soundtrack by Igor Kornelyuk

2019 World Junior Championships
2019 Cup of Russia Final (junior)
2019 Russian Junior Nationals

2019 Russian Nationals
FS: no video found​

2018/19 JGP Final Vancouver, Canada
2018 CS Inge Solar - Alpen Trophy
3th stage of the Russian Cup
2018 Panin Memorial
2018 ISU JGP Canada
2018 ISU JGP Bratislava (Slovakia)
2017/2018
SP: "Party Like a Russian" by Robbie Williams
LP: "1492: Conquest of Paradise" by Vangelis
Ex: "L-O-V-E" by Glee Cast

2018 World Junior Championships
2018 Russian Cup Final
2018 Russian Junior Championships
2017 3rd Stage Cup of Russia
2017 II Stage Cup of Russia


Competitive History​

Rows in azure ---> Russian domestic competitions​

EVENT
SP
FS
TOTAL
Season 2019-2020​
2020 Russian Cup Final1 (77.88)1 (145.86)1 (223.74)
2020 Bavarian Open1 (71.48)1 (130.75)1 (202.23)
2019-20 Russian Championships8 (67.73)3 (145.12)4 (212.85)
2019-20 Grand Prix Final4 (71.48)3 (131.65)3 (203.13)
2019 NHK Trophy3 (69.00)3 (134.35)3 (203.35)
2019 4th Stage Russian Cup1 (70.70)1 (140.70)1 (211.40)
2019 Internationaux de France2 (73.77)1 (133.81)1 (207.58)
2019 Finlandia Trophy1 (74.99)1 (135.19)1 (210.18)
2019 1st Stage Cup of St. Petersburg (Senior)1 (78.18)1 (128.36)1 (206.54)
Season 2018-2019​
2019 World Junior Championships 3 (67.02)1 (121.72)1 (188.74)
2019 Cup of Russia Final (junior)1 (70.78)1 (132.01)1 (202.79)
2019 Russian Junior Nationals
1 (72.44)2 (127.04)1 (199.48)
2019 Russian Nationals 4 (72.85)5 (131.98)5 (204.83)
2018/19 JGP Final Vancouver, Canada3 (64.37)1 (126.26)1 (190.63)
2018 CS Inge Solar Memorial - Alpen Trophy - (senior)
(reduced to an international competition in pairs due to the lack of required participation)
1 (64.38)1 (128.37)1 (192.75)
2018 3rd stage of the Russian Cup (senior)1 (73.41)1 (135.48)1 (208.89)
2018 Panin Memorial (senior)1 (71.80)1 (131.29)1 (203.09)
2018 JGP Canada1 (65.22)1 (122.49)1 (187.71)
2018 JGP Bratislava, Slovakia 1 (64.38)1 (120.42)1 (184.80)
Season 2017-2018
2018 World Junior Championships 4 (56.95)2 (110.29)3 (167.24)
2018 Russian Cup Final1 (65.44)1 (124.12)1 (189.56)
2018 Russian Junior Nationals4 (61.93)3 (114.97)2 (176.90)
2018 Russian National Championships7 (63.85)7 (121.98)7 (185.83)
2017 Golden Spin of Zagreb (junior)1 (59.06)1 (104.23)1 (163.29)
4th stage of the Russian Cup 20172 (64.76)1 (123.74)2 (188.50)
3rd stage of the Cup of Russia 20171 (62.80)1 (120.26)1 (183.06)
2017 Panin Memorial1 (70.40)WD
3rd stage of the St. Petersburg Cup 2017 (junior)1 (61.71)1 (123.46)1 (185.17)
2017 1st stage of the Cup of Russia (junior)2 (59.56)1 (111.82)1 (171.38)
2nd stage of the St. Petersburg Cup 2017 (junior)no datano data1 (168.00)
1st stage of the St. Petersburg Cup 2017 (junior)no datano data1 (166.09)

Articles and Interviews​

16 July 2019 GS article by Tatjana Flade -
Russia's Mishina and Galiamov looking to make impact at senior level

13 January 2019 GS article by Tatjana Flade -
Bright future ahead for Russia’s Mishina and Galliamov

9 December 2018 post-JGP Final article (in Russian) -
https://fsrussia.ru/news/4136-tri-rossijskie-yuniorskie-pary-zavoevali-vse-medali.html

21 October 2018 article (in Russian) - extended version


Previous partnerships

Old fan thread of Anastasia Mishina & Vladislav Mirzoev
Sasha previously paired with Nika Osipova, and before her, Alexandra Polishchuk
 
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daphenaxa

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I'm excited for this pair. I already liked Anastasia with her previous partner and her new partnership looks really good. She has something special, she shines through!
 

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Wow, what a program. If it weren't for one fall, they would take silver. But I see a lot potential in them and wish them luck in the future.
 

hanca

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They are senior ready !!!

Are they? Would they have enough points to get a GP next season? It is only their first year and they haven’t done many international competitions to collect the points. Alexandrovskaya/Windsor didn’t have enough points to get a GP for this season, even though they did well at JGP, JGPF and won the junior worlds the last season. Considering that there is so few spots for pairs, junior pairs may need two international junior seasons to get the points.
 

puremagic

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Are they? Would they have enough points to get a GP next season? It is only their first year and they haven’t done many international competitions to collect the points. Alexandrovskaya/Windsor didn’t have enough points to get a GP for this season, even though they did well at JGP, JGPF and won the junior worlds the last season. Considering that there is so few spots for pairs, junior pairs may need two international junior seasons to get the points.

They can compete at local GP as a third pair, like Efimova/Korovin did, without any JGP or JW competitions at all. I would say the competition itself in Russian seniors is much weaker than in juniors, so it would be pretty smart to move to seniors. I can barely remember and name any senior Russian pair except top four, where even two of whose are not very competitive, while in juniors are always showing up new and bright talents.
 

Mohacz

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I've just watched their FS and I liked them much! And the best summary of their performance are the commentator's words:

"They got together in spring 2017 and it's a match made in heaven. Wow!"
 

coldblueeyes

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I love their FS, though they still have a lot to develop artistically - I loved A/R when they used this score, but the music cuts M/G use are even better.
 

Lana05

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByOGCpSbRyU

wow, Im still upset they didn't turn to seniors after their junior bronze last season
looks like they will be giving Tarasova / Morozov a run for russian no.1, they are so senior ready

How could they turn to seniors without any rating for getting senior GPs? And they were not in 24 season's best list either. So the only GP events they could get are JGPs. But they still can participate in senior B events and senior nationals to get rating for the next season.
P/K had medals of 2 JGPs, Finale and Words and were in 24SB list so they got 2 events.
B/K were doinf 2 senior B events plus 2JGPs and summing rating from their previous season got 2 GPs.
 

The Finn

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I noticed that according to his wiki page he was born in Yekaterinburg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_Galiamov
While in his ISU bio it's Berezniki http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00103135.htm

Apparently ISU had it wrong originally and now they have corrected it. Below link has their archived last season's ISU page and it did say he was born in Yekaterinburg.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180310155850/http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00103135.htm
 
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