Anastasiia Arkhipova | Golden Skate

Anastasiia Arkhipova

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Anastasiia Arkhipova (Arkhypova, Ukrainian: Анастасія Архипова) is a Ukrainian figure skater.

She was born on 29 December 2003 in Kiev, Ukraine.

She is a two-time Ukrainian national senior champion (2018, 2019). She is the winner of the 2018 Mentor Nestle Nesquik Toruń Cup and Bosphorus Cup and silver medalist of the 2017 Tallin Trophy. She also placed 13th at the 2018 World Junior Championships.

She is coached by Marina Amirkhanova.

Updated on 17 December 2019 by dorispulaski
Previously updated on 10 March 2019 by Mohacz​


ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00103282.htm

Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anastasiia_Arkhipova

Social Media
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ms_nastya.arkhypova/


Personal Best Total Score170.56ISU JGP Amber Cup 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program62.64ISU JGP Amber Cup 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating107.92ISU JGP Amber Cup 2018


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score158.61ISU JGP Riga Cup 2017
Personal Best Score Short Program59.37ISU World Junior Championships 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating105.07ISU JGP Riga Cup 2017


Programs and Videos



2019/2020
SP: "Mean" by Elizaveta; choreo by Maria Tumanovskaia-Chaika
FS: "Imagine" by John Lennon; choreo by Maria Tumanovskaia-Chaika

2019 JGP Riga
2019 JGP Zagreb
2018/2019
SP: "Aranjuez" by Joaquin Rodrigo performed by Ikuko Kawai; choreo. by Maria Tumanovska-Chaika
FS: "Imagine" by John Lennon; choreo. by Maria Tumanovska-Chaika

2019 World Junior Championships
2019 14th European Youth Olympic Winter Festival
2019 Ukrainian Figure Skating Championships
2018 JGP Kaunas, Lithuania
2017/2018
SP: "Aranjuez" by Joaquin Rodrigo performed by Ikuko Kawai; choreo. by Maria Tumanovska-Chaika
FS: "Hana's Eyes" performed by Maksim Mrvica; choreo. by Maria Tumanovska-Chaika

2018 World Junior Figure Skating Championships
2018 Mentor Toruń Cup
2017 Junior Tallin Trophy
2017 JGP Gdansk
2017 JGP Riga
2016/2017
SP: unknown
FS: "I Will Always Love You" performed by John Tesh

Oct. 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZwrQDk8q8c

2015/2016
SP: "Tango Tchack" by Hugues Le Bars
FS: "I Will Always Love You" performed by John Tesh


2015 Santa Claus Cup, Adv. Novice
2015 Championship of Kiev
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3nKRHNZOBs

2014/2015
FS: "Nostalgia" by Yanni

2013/2014
SP:
FS: "Nostalgia" by Yanni

January 26, 2014 SP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1LqIOy73T0

2013 Cup of Kiev
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L75By0ZDwx4

2010/2011
Novice FS: "La Cumparsita" by Gerardo Matos Rodríguez

2011 Spartacus Cup (2nd Stage Youth Cup of Ukraine; The championship of the Odessa region
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZByMBpb3Is
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2007/2008
Novice FS: Minuet (from String Quintet Op. 11, No. 5) by Luigi Boccherini


Competitive Results

DateEventLevelSPFSTotal
2019-20 season
25-28 September 2019JGP Zagreb 2019Junior11 (48.11)11 (94.60)12 (142.71)
4-7 September 2019JGP Riga 2019Junior7 (57.30)16 (83.24)12 (140.54)
2018–19 season
4-10 March 20192019 World Junior ChampionshipsJunior17 (51.62)16 (94.77)17 (146.39)
9-19 February 20162019 14th European Youth Olympic Winter FestivalJunior3 (58.58)3 (103.15)3 (161.73)
17–20 December 20182018-19 Ukrainian Figure Skating ChampionshipsSenior1 (58.37)1 (120.93)1 (179.30)
27 November – 1 December 20182018 Bosphorus CupJunior1 (61.16)1 (111.37)1 (172.53)
5–8 September 20182018 JGP Kaunas, LithuaniaJunior3 (62.6)44 (107.92)4 (170.56)
2017–18 season
5–11 March 20182018 World Junior Figure Skating ChampionshipsJunior10 (59.37)16 (92.61)13 (151.98 )
30 January – 4 February 20182018 Mentor Torun CupJunior2 (49.21)1 (95.14)1 (144.35 )
24–26 January 20182018 Ukrainian Junior Figure Skating ChampionshipsJunior1 (66.63 )1 (124.39 )1 (191.02 )
17–20 December 20172017-18 Ukrainian Figure Skating ChampionshipsSenior1 (63.65 )1 (119.07 )1 (182.72)
27–30 November 2017Ukrainian Novice Championships 2017Novice1 (60.59)1 (119.24)1 (179.83)
20–22 November 20172017 Tallinn TrophyJunior3 (57.91)2 (115.84)2 (173.75 )
4–7 October 20172017 JGP Baltic Cup, Gdańsk POLJunior5 (57.64 )8 (94.87)7 (152.51)
6–9 September 20172018 JGP Riga Cup, LatviaJunior9 (53.54 )7 (105.07)7 (158.61)
2016–17 season
25-27 February 2017Ukrainian Junior Championships 2017Junior2 (53.97)2 (104.61)2 (158.58)
14-19 February 2017Bavarian Open 2017Advanced novice6 (35.02)5 (67.20)5 (102.22)
18-22 November 2016Ice Star 2016Advanced novice1 (37.09)2 (74.42) 1 (111.51)
2015–16 season
17-20 February 2016Bavarian Open 2016Advanced novice1 (38.90)3 (67.02)2 (105.92)
19-21 January 2016Ukrainian Junior Championships 2016Junior1 (49.22)2 (94.47)2 (143.69)
28 Nov-4 Dec. 20152015 9th Santa Claus Cup ISUAdvanced novice1 (34.78)3 (58.54)1 (93.32)
8-11 October 2015Ice Star 2015Advanced novice1 (41.85)1 (59.74)1 (101.59)
2014–15 season
1-7 Dec. 20148th Santa Claus CupAdvanced novice2 (31.48)4 (50.77)1 (82.25)


Videos and Interviews

February 2019 UATV report on the Ukrainian Junior Championships in Russian) with brief interview of Anastasiia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgmngVYFIDQ

14 February 2018 - "Figure Skater Anastasia Arkhipova / World of Sports" by UATV English - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWyeLrKMzg0
 
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Miller

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173.75 at Tallinn Trophy! Highest season's best by any non-Russian European except Carolina Kostner this season. Is she the one to challenge the Russians once Carolina is gone? (1st year junior also).
 

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
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I absolutely LOVE Nastya's skating!
and her interesting SP dress, haha
Good job Nastya on your silver medal!
 

hanca

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173.75 at Tallinn Trophy! Highest season's best by any non-Russian European except Carolina Kostner this season. Is she the one to challenge the Russians once Carolina is gone? (1st year junior also).

No, she probably won’t be challenging the Russian ladies. Russian ladies of her age score 20 points more.
 

Miller

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No, she probably won’t be challenging the Russian ladies. Russian ladies of her age score 20 points more.

But she's not from Russia and their hothouse atmosphere. It's where you end up as a senior that really matters and she has huge potential.
 

hanca

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But she's not from Russia and their hothouse atmosphere. It's where you end up as a senior that really matters and she has huge potential.
Not sure what your point is. How exactly is the fact that she is not from Russia going to help her skate better? The only advantage she will have is that if she is the only one from her country, she will be selected to go to Europeans and worlds, but it will not make her miraculously skate well enough to be threat to the top Russian ladies. A bit like Tursynbaeva. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that she doesn’t have potential, but thinking about hr being a future threat to top Russian ladies while she still scores only around 170 is a bit premature.
 

puremagic

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173.75 at Tallinn Trophy! Highest season's best by any non-Russian European except Carolina Kostner this season. Is she the one to challenge the Russians once Carolina is gone? (1st year junior also).

Hard to say. I thought the same two years ago about this Nastya. Same coach, by the way.

Too many Nastyas... At Tallinn Trophy also the entire podium was occupied by them.

:dbana:
 

hanca

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Hard to say. I thought the same two years ago about this Nastya. Same coach, by the way.

Too many Nastyas... At Tallinn Trophy also the entire podium was occupied by them.

:dbana:

But that’s exactly my point. There may be something on her skating that you like, you may enjoy watching her, but saying things about a young newcoming skater that she will be challenging the best russian skaters is taking it a bit far. Arkhipova scores 170s. Your Nastya Hozva has ISU best score 139.22. Russian top juniors are scoring in 190s.
 

Miller

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Not sure what your point is. How exactly is the fact that she is not from Russia going to help her skate better? The only advantage she will have is that if she is the only one from her country, she will be selected to go to Europeans and worlds, but it will not make her miraculously skate well enough to be threat to the top Russian ladies. A bit like Tursynbaeva. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that she doesn’t have potential, but thinking about hr being a future threat to top Russian ladies while she still scores only around 170 is a bit premature.

The point is that the Russian hothouse atmosphere and competition system are pushing Russian ladies to their potential quicker than in other countries. For example what sort of scores would Alexandra Trusova and Alena Kostornaya be getting if they were Ukrainian, would they be the number 1 and 2 juniors in the world? Also what sort of scores would Anastasia be getting if she were part of Team Eteri. For example Elizabet Turnsybaeva's best score as a 1st year junior was 157 and now she's cracked 200, plus she got coaching in Moscow and from Tutberidze.

This doesn't mean to say Anastasia will do as well or better, she's got a long way to go, will need great coaching etc. etc., but she's got as good a chance as any, and I can't remember the last time a non-Russian European junior got anywhere near what she's just scored (those of you who've been round longer than me may know otherwise), so yes, she might be the best bet to at least give the Russians a run for their money somewhere down the line.
 

matmuh

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Nastya won both Ukrainian championship: senior and junior.
And this is a nice tv-program about Nastya in english
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWyeLrKMzg0

i didnt notice she already had a fan fest and was looking to see if she has to post that video you shared, she looks like such a nice, joyful and bright girl, i loved her the 1st time i saw her at JGP this season and very excited about her future, may she stay injury free and land that 3A! she is easily one of my favourite juniors
also congratulations for getting new PB for SP and hopefully same will happen at LP :yahoo:
 

MarinHondas

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I just found out about Nastya. She has wonderful performance skills and SS. I also saw her 3lz-3lo.... and 3a on the floor! Go girl go girl!
 

vesperalvioletta

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I'm really happy that Ukrainian skating has such a talented up-and-comer in Anastasiia. Things have looked bleak for them for quite a while.
 
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