According to Tamara Moskvina, head coach of the Tamara Moskvina skating school where Anastasia and Dmitri trained, they have split up. He went on a cruise ship to skate in shows there. She apparently is not looking for a partner to continue her competitive career but plans to join the cruise ship once she is old enough (apparently you need to be 18).
I think he wanted to do shows with Poluyanova. He wasn’t that strong jumper himself and senior pairs is now quite packed, so why not travel, enjoy seeing the world and still continue skating (in shows) if he sees that competitively they were not getting anywhere? Not everyone wants to be dependent on their parents until mid or late twenties, and they were not good enough to get on the team to get funding. Poluyanova grew up too tall and that was a huge disadvantage in competitive skating.There was an interview with Ekaterina Borisova lately, and she is also skating on cruise ships. I wonder how their relationship is now. I also find it a pity that he didn't find another partner, as there are far more girls in Russia than males, so even if he had aged out of juniors, his height and skill would have attracted many girls. Perhaps the shows paid more money, which is sad but understandable. I still like this team, and especially their throws