Andrei Mozalev

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Andrei Mozalev (Russian: Андрей Михайлович Мозалёв) is a Russian skater who was born on March 24, 2003 in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is coached by Kirill Davydenko in St. Petersburg.

He placed 11th at the 2019 Russian Junior Championships but won the 2019 Russian Cup Final. In season 2019–20 he won his both JGP events and therefore qualified to the JGP Final, where he finished second. He is the 2020 Junior World Champion.

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00102047.htm

Wikipedia
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Mozalev

Allskaters profile
https://allskaters.info/andrey_mozalev/

Fskate.ru Bio (Archived 23 July 2019)
https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192235/www.fskate.ru/skaters/3318.html

Rinkresults entry
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=24764


Updated 06 March 2020

ISU Personal Bests
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00102047.htm

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score245.09ISU World Junior Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Short Program84.31ISU World Junior Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Free Skating160.78ISU World Junior Championships 2020



Programs and Videos

Season 2019–20
SP: "I Will Never Forget You "- Juno and Avos (Rock Opera) by Alexei Rybnikov; choreo by Igor Koscheev, Denis Lunin
FS: Step Up (soundtrack): "Lost in Blue," "My Own Paradise, " "In this Shirt;" choreo by Igor Koscheev, Denis Lunin

2020 World Junior Championships
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEDw9CKY4i8
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoTrMG9SoFM

2020 Russian Junior Championships
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbst4_Ky3tk
Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytY73od1IT0

2020 Youth Olympic Games
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJvm5C_EQHA

2019-20 Russian Championships
SP:
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S250ViiQCrU

2019 Warsaw Cup
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feeIF4v87Sk
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0wvfsAU5wc

2019 JGP Final
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nS2dli6bsM
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJUA90Wz0Jw

2019 JGP Croatia
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igkW_OemEes
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzmMswJO2AM

2019 JGP Latvia
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI8tF_S0RCE
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2x_YTskFSM

Season 2018–19
SP: "Over and Over" performed by Frank Sinatra; choreo by Igor Koscheev, Denis Lunin
FS: Step Up (soundtrack); choreo by Igor Koscheev, Denis Lunin

2019 Russian Junior Nationals
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4axNVUIVsLQ
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKXAVg2eQGg

2018 JGP Czech Republic
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhSbgWji9TQ
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4qBb3PRLbc

2018 JGP Armenia
SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykxH1AzUgu4
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDNvO3a8sw0


Competitive History


2019–20 season
DateEventLevelSPFSTotal
2-8 March 20202020 Junior Worlds ChampionshipsJunior2 (84.31)1 (160.78)1 (245.09)
4–8 February 20202020 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior13 (70.41)1 (179.66)3 (250.07)
10–15 January 20202020 Winter Youth Olympics – TeamJunior2 (154.97)3Team
/2Personal
10–15 January 20202020 Winter Youth OlympicsJunior1 (79.72)2 (158.22)2 (237.94)
24–29 December 20192020 Russian ChampionshipsSenior2 (88.34)9 (152.21)5 (240.55)
5–8 December 20192019–20 JGP FinalJunior1 (82.45)2 (159.03)2 (241.48)
14–17 November 20192019 CS Warsaw CupSenior1 (83.81)1 (139.44)1 (223.25)
29 Oct-2 Nov, 20192nd Stage Russian CupSenior1 (84.43)1 (173.02)1 (257.45)
25–28 September 20192019 JGP CroatiaJunior3 (78.85)1 (157.59)1 (236.44)
4–7 September 20192019 JGP LatviaJunior1 (78.42)1 (145.30)1 (223.72)
2018–19 season
DateEventLevelSPFSTotal
3-5 April 20192019 Olympic Hopes of RussiaJunior4 (72.56)1 (158.25)1 (230.81)
21-26 March 20199th Winter Spartakiad students (youth) of RussiaJunior4 (77.17)3 (166.16)4 (243.33)
18–22 February 20192019 Russian Cup Final
domestic competition
Junior1 (86.08)1 (171.52)1 (257.60)
6-8 February 20192019 Championships of St. Petersburg (older age)Junior2 (85.78)1 (170.69)2 (256.47)
1–4 February 20192019 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior5 (79.85)12 (131.56)11 (211.41)
14–19 December 20182018 Russian–Chinese Youth Winter GamesJunior1 (80.12)2 (128.13)2 (208.25)
10–13 October 20182018 JGP ArmeniaJunior7 (62.72)4 (131.28)6 (194.28)
26–29 September 20182018 JGP Czech RepublicJunior2 (78.83)1 (138.29)1 (217.12)
14-18 September 20181st Stage Russian CupJunior4 (67.76)4 (141.61)5 (209.37)
4-7 September 20181st Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior1 (78.75)1 (158.52)1 (237.27)
2017–18 season
DateEventLevelSPFSTota1
28 Feb-3 Mar 20182018 Championships of St. Petersburg (older age)Junior1 (90.96)2 (163.67)1 (254.63)
19-23 February 20182018 Final of the Russian CupJunior7 (66.14)6 (140.63)7 (206.77)
23-26 January 20182018 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior4 (75.25)18 (117.06)17 (192.31)
21–26 November 20172017 Tallinn TrophyJunior3 (64.96)1 (137.98)1 (202.94)
18-20 October 20172017 N.A. Panin- Kolomenkina MemorialJunior1 (82.95)2 (145.06)1 (228.01)
3-6 October 20172017 3rd Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior1 (80.92)1 (155.25)1 (236.17)
15-19 September 20172017 1st Stage Cup of RussiaJunior3 (65.37)7 (126.08)5 (191.45)
12-15 September 20172017 2nd Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior2 (70.36)2 (137.82)1 (208.18)
21-25 August 20172017 1st Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior--2 (203.10)
2016–17 season
DateEventLevelSPFSTotal
1-4 April 20172018 Russian Championships (older age)Junior13 (59.88)7 (129.44)9 (189.32)
30 November – 4 December 20162016 NRW TrophyJunior2 (64.27)1 (129.29)1 (193.56)
9–13 November 20162016 Volvo Open CupJunior2 (62.21)1 (121.37)1 (183.58)
25-29 September 20162016 1st Stage Russian CupJunior11 (50.38)13 (105.43)12 (155.81)
29-31 August 20162016 1st Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior393 (175.88)
2015–16 season
8-12 October 20152015 Junior Russia Cup IIJunior10 (51.23)10 (106.47)10 (157.70)
17-21 September 20152015 Junior Russia Cup IJunior6 (56.94)6 (114.28)6 (171.22)
24-28 August 20152015 1st Stage Cup of St. PetersburgJunior646 (160.00)
 
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The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
He did a great job at JGP Croatia. Men's events are always very unpredictable but any guy who can do two quads in FS can win any event, so, even though he might not be the favourite to win JGP Final he is fully capable to win it.
 

AlimaAsh

Rinkside
Joined
Mar 21, 2018
Wow, there was no Fan Fest for him before? :eek:

He sure did an amazing job in the FS, skating almost clean after a number of guys didn’t do well, and being last didn’t seem to affect him too much. Congrats on his second title and for qualifying for the GPF!
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Yes, yes, yes! Finally the fan board where I can keep my fingers crossed for Andrey Mosalev. Interesting skater, good music choices, seems to have great competition focus. Good luck in Torino, hoping to see him high on the charts there and maybe even see JW assignment.
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Gosh, I feel so, so alone in my unwavering support for Mozalev, but here goes it:

Great job, and congratulations for silver in the YOG. It could not have been easy right after RusNats! :hap10:
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
I finally translated the Ballad Mozalev skates to, to my satisfaction. The Ballad is, of course, about leaving St.Petersburg, but it is also written by the poet whose given name is Andrei :) I hope connections end there, because on the whole the story is way too tragic. A link is to a tweet, because I put it on a pretty St. Petersburg background for an additional dose of Russian sentimentality.

https://twitter.com/LeidaPaleo/status/1217114257776447488?s=20
 

flanker

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 10, 2018
Country
Czech-Republic
I finally translated the Ballad Mozalev skates to, to my satisfaction. The Ballad is, of course, about leaving St.Petersburg, but it is also written by the poet whose given name is Andrei :) I hope connections end there, because on the whole the story is way too tragic. A link is to a tweet, because I put it on a pretty St. Petersburg background for an additional dose of Russian sentimentality.

https://twitter.com/LeidaPaleo/status/1217114257776447488?s=20

Sad russian poetry...
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Mozalev commenting on his silver medal (from an article on Samsonov, posted here: https://m.sovsport.ru/figure/articles/2:930636 )

Чувства смешанные: радость от того, что выступил неплохо, завоевал медаль, грустно же потому, что стал вторым, хотя хотел быть первым, – сказал Мозалев. – Ключевой ошибкой стало падение. На нем я потерял гораздо больше двух баллов, которых и не хватило. Сам пока не понял, почему упал. Вроде вытолкнулся, раскрываюсь, и вдруг – лежу. Очень обидно. Но итоговый результат, получается, справедливый.

“I have mixed feelings: joy of a decent performance and winning a medal; sadness because I became the second when I wanted to be the first,” Mozalev said. “The key problem was the fall. I lost more than two points on this mistake, exactly what I was short of. I am yet to understand why I fell. It felt as if I had pushed out, opened up, but suddenly — I was down. Quite disappointing. But, the end result turned out fair.”

How even-minded is this... he really starts to remind me Voronov with this attitude.
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
Great skate in the team event & good luck in the junior Nationals to Mozalev — doubt it will be on the YouTube, but fingers crossed for recovery & awesome performance. :hap10:
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
:ghug: or maybe I am just hugging myself here. Anyways, very sad about Mozalev’s mistakes in the short, but wishing him a solid free skate and hoping all will be well. He had such a steady season so far & that softness in his skating gets me.
 

lala34345

On the Ice
Joined
Nov 17, 2017
Great free skate today, should be feeling good after yesterday's disappointing sp. I just can't get over his FS music edit though. The songs have no relationship to each other and the editing is done so sloppily that it really takes away from the entire performance for me. Not his fault - his coaches/choreographer should give him decent programs, not a nonsensible mash up of 3 completely different songs that don't connect in any way.
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
Country
Canada
I am still offering :ghug: this time the celebratory ones! Still just me? Oh, well. :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:
 

lariko

Medalist
Joined
Jan 31, 2019
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Canada
Stubbornly brings out the cheerleading kit. :hap10: Wonderfully done, Mozalev! All the luck in the free skate! :hap10:
 
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