Her blond hair is gone.
Good luck.to Sasha n her coaching career.. it was frustrating and unfortunate how her skating career concluded. It just has to remind us what a tough and brutal sport figure skating is.
Truly is sad, I eman she was another one of those wonderful skaters who got buried in the depth with a little bit of unluckiness or mistakes here or there. In any other country she would've thrived. She was wonderful to watch, and it's sad to see that the girls that she was competing with two years ago are now on top of the world while she has retired. But it's good to see that none of this, or her experiences with various coaches and hard times through her competitive career didn't damage her love for figure skating.
She seems to be doing well in studies and living a nice life on instagram, still a beautiful girl. getting to the Junior Grand Prix Final is no small feat either
I'm sad that her competitive career didn't fulfill its potential but with all her experience, I'm sure she will be a great coach. Her students must be very lucky and grateful to be thriving under an experienced, caring, and young coach like Daria.
Tremendous interview. Such maturity understanding and depth to Dasha."Eteri Georgievna jokes funny - sometimes it made me feel hurt by her jokes." Daria Panenkova's story