Daria Pavliuchenko & Denis Khodykin | Golden Skate

Daria Pavliuchenko & Denis Khodykin

The Finn

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Daria Maksimovna Pavliuchenko (Russian: Дарья Максимовна Павлюченко, born in 31 December 2002 in Moscow) and Denis Sergeevich Khodykin (Russian: Денис Сергеевич Ходыкин, born in 6 July 1999 in Moscow) are a Russian pair couple. They are the 2020 European bronze medalists, the 2019 Internationaux de France and 2019 Skate America silver medalists, and the 2018 Grand Prix of Helsinki and 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalists. They are two-time Russian National bronze medalists (2020, 2021).

As juniors, they earned the 2018 World Junior championship, and are 2017 Junior Grand Prix Final bronze medalists, and 2018 Russian national junior champions.

Daria was a single skater until 2014, and had been a pair skater only one season before teaming up with Denis (2016), but despite that, they finished 5th at the 2017 Russian Junior Nationals. Denis's former partner was Maria Bogoslavskaia (2015/2016 season).

They are coached by Sergei Dobroskokov and Sergei Rosliakov in Moscow.

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00102756.htm

Allskaters.info
Daria - https://allskaters.info/daria_pavlyuchenko/
Denis - https://allskaters.info/denis_khodykin/

Rinkresults
Daria - http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=32285
Denis - http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=5032

Fskate.ru Bio (Archived 23 July 2019)
Daria - https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192217/http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/3170.html
Denis - https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192240/https://fskate.ru/skaters/1860.html

Wikipedia
Daria - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daria_Pavliuchenko
Denis - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis_Khodykin

Golden Skate Media Profile
https://www.goldenskate.com/forum/media/categories/daria-pavliuchenko-denis-khodykin-rus.121/

Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 - Senior status
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00102756.htm

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score206.56ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program76.59ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019
Personal Best Score Free Skating131.61ISU European Championships 2020

Personal Best Scores pre 2018/2019 - Junior status
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00102756.htm


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score180.53ISU World Junior Championships 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program63.12ISU World Junior Championships 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating117.41ISU World Junior Championships 2018



Programs and Videos

2020/2021
SP: "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Benny Goodman, choreo by Sergei Roslyakov
FS: "SOS D'un Terrien En Detresse" by Gregory Lemarchal, choreo by Sergei Roslyakov

2021 Russian Cup Final
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHQXIGjztd4

2021 Channel One Trophy
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Wh9-6-4aks

2021 Russian Nationals
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9noXaRyrZwI
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVXXgYIFhXY
Ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF9Rxt7U-os

2020 Moscow Championships
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfjFECyYsUo

2020 Russian Cup Stage 3
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUNuldWN7PI
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO3YGMX86rw

2020 Russian Cup Stage 2
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPThliqGymw
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjCLze576tQ


2019/2020
SP: The Storm by Balazs Havasi; choreo by T. Tarasova, D. Gleikhengauz, S. Rosliakov, K. Stepanova
FS: Tron Legacy (soundtrack) by Daft Punk; choreo by T. Tarasova, D. Gleikhengauz, S. Rosliakov, K. Stepanova



2020 European Championships

2019 Russian Championships

2019 GPF

2019 Cup of Russia Stage V
FS: WD

2019 Internationaux de France
SP: no video found​
FS: no video found​

2019 Skate America
FS: no video found​

2019 Cup of Russia Stage I

2018/2019
SP: "When Winter Comes" by André Rieu
FS: "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack
Ex: "Cry Me a River" by Justin Timberlake

2019 European Championships

2019 Championships of Moscow

2019 Russian Nationals
FS: no video found​

2018/19 GPF Vancouver
SP: https://youtu.be/fUnSoyNSeNw (whole event)​
FS: no video found​

2018 GP Rostelecom Cup
SP: https://youtu.be/-3MOIh_CUgc (whole event)​
FS: https://youtu.be/_fhUThrgHAw (whole event)​

2018 GP Helsinki

2018 Minsk-Arena Ice Star
SP: no video found​
FS: no video found​

2018 CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo

2018 1st stage of the Russian Cup

2017/2018
SP: "Cloud Atlas" by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil
FS: "Chicago" soundtrack
Ex: "Swan Lake" remix

2018 Junior World Championships

2018 Winter Spartakiad

2018 Russian Cup Final

2018 Russian Junior Nationals

2018 Russian Nationals
FS: no video found​

2017/2018 JGP Final, Nagoya
Cathy Reed Pairs Free Skating interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS9ftLyGSH4
Cathy Reed Pairs Short Program interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yzzc7dfKJW8

2017 5th stage of Russian Cup

2017 4th stage of Russian Cup

2017 JGP Gdansk, Poland

2017 JGP Minsk, Belarus

2016/2017
SP: Swan Lake
FS: "Chicago" soundtrack

2017 Russian Cup Final

2017 Russian Junior Championships

Competitive History
Rows in azure are Russian domestic competitions


DateEventLevelSPFSTotal
2020–21 season
26 Feb. - 03 Mar. 20212021 Russian Cup FinalSenior3 (70.41)2 (146.79)2 (216.93)
23-27 December 20202021 Russian NationalsSenior3 (77.01)3 (144.38)3 (221.39)
09-12 December 20202020 Moscow ChampionshipSenior1 (74.02)WDWD
23-27 October 20202020 Russian Cup Stage 3Senior1 (75.94)2 (130.82)1 (206.76)
10-13 October 20202020 Russian Cup Stage 2Senior1 (71.97)1 (136.42)1 (208.39)
2019–20 season
20-26 January 20202020 European ChampionshipsSenior2 (74.92)3 (131.61)3 (206.53)
24-29 December 20192019-20 Russian ChampionshipsSenior3 (76.13)4 (143.59)3 (219.72)
5-7 December 20192019-20 Grand Prix FinalSenior3 (76.16)6 (119.59)6 (194.75)
20-24 November 20192019 Russian Cup Stage 5Senior1 (78.28)WD
1–3 November 20192019 Internationaux de FranceSenior1 (76.59)3 (129.97)2 (206.56)
18–20 October 20192019 Skate AmericaSenior2 (71.25)2 (125.73)2 (196.98)
18-22 September 20192019 Russian Cup Stage ISenior1 (71.56)1 (136.82)1 (208.38)
2018–19 season
21–27 January 20192019 European ChampionshipsSenior5 (65.89)6 (120.03)5 (185.92)
12-13 January 20192019 Cup of MoscowSenior65.22WD
19–23 December 20182018-19 Russian ChampionshipsSenior5 (71.56)4 (137.59)4 (209.15)
6–9 December 20182018–19 Grand Prix FinalSenior6 (61.24)5 (125.57)6 (186.81)
16–18 November 20182018 Rostelecom CupSenior3 (69.38)4 (120.63)3 (190.01)
2–4 November 20182018 Grand Prix FinlandSenior3 (63.80)2 (121.81)3 (185.61)
18–21 October 20182018 Ice StarSenior2 (63.58)3 (97.45)3 (161.03)
4–7 October 20182018 CS FinlandiaSenior4 (63.47)5 (111.58)5 (175.05)
14-18 September 20182018 Russian Cup Stage ISenior1 (72.07)1 (134.61)1 (206.68)
2017–18 season
5–11 March 20182018 World Junior ChampionshipsJunior1 (63.12)1 (117.41)1 (180.53)
23–26 January 20182018 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior1 (64.16)1 (124.21)1 (188.37)
13-14 January 20182018 Cup of MoscowJunior1 (62.28)1 (112.40)1 (174.68)
21–24 December 20172017-18 Russian ChampionshipsSenior6 (65.07)6 (126.54)6 (191.61)
7–10 December 20172017–18 JGP FinalJunior3 (59.51)2 (113.43)3 (172.94)
21-25 November 20172017 Cup of Russian Stage VJunior1 (60.18)1 (114.38)1 (174.56)
7-11 November 20172017 Cup of Russia Stage IVSenior5 (60.50)4 (118.52)4 (179.02)
4–7 October 20172017 JGP PolandJunior2 (59.99)2 (104.81)2 (164.80)
20–24 September 20172017 JGP BelarusJunior2 (56.29)1 (109.95)1 (166.24)
29 Aug. - 1 Sep. 20172017 Open Championships of MoscowJunior1 (51.76)1 (102.04)1 (153.80)
2016–17 season
1-4 April 20172017 Russian Championships (Elder Age)Elder Age2 (60.52)1 (104.22)1 (164.74)
24-29 March 200172017 Spartakiade of the Students of RussiaJunior3 (60.32)3 (108.70)3 (169.02)
13-17 February 20172017 Russian Cup FinalJunior4 (59.48)1 (109.56)4 (169.04)
1–5 February 20172017 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior4 (62.75)7 (103.82)5 (166.57)
20-22 January 20172017 Cup of MoscowJunior1 (57.26)2 (95.21)2 (152.47)
2-6 December 20162016 Russian Cup Stage VJunior1 (56.22)1 (104.92)1 (161.14)
7-11 November 20162016 Russian Cup Stage IVJunior3 (55.84)1 (109.36)2 (165.20)
19-22 October 20162016 N.A. Panin MemorialJunior7 (45.09)7 (85.97)7 (131.06)

Golden Skate Articles and Interviews

25 May 2018 - "Pavliuchenko and Khodykin Ready To Take on Senior Ranks" by Tatjana Flade
https://goldenskate.com/2018/05/pavliuchenko-and-khodykin-ready-to-take-on-senior-ranks/


Interviews, Articles, and Miscellanea

12 November 2018 interview (in Russian) -
https://fsrussia.ru/intervyu/4072-d...-nas-svoya-istoriya-bez-grustnogo-kontsa.html

Moscow figure skating magazine cover -
https://pp.userapi.com/c850024/v850024994/67a4d/0-u3W1LxJIc.jpg

20 September 2017 Interview with Sergei Dobroskokov (the pair's coach) -
https://fsrussia.ru/news/3149-sergej-dobroskokov-v-etom-sezone-nasha-tsel-uslozhnit-pryzhki.html
 
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The Finn

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It will be very interesting to see which teams will get the Russian JGP spots next season. The competition for the JGP spots is so fierce in Russia that it is possible that Daria & Denis will not get a JGP spot despite the fact that they were 5th at the Russian Junior Championships. The reason for this is that Kvartalova/Sviatchenko, who were behind them at the Nationals, has beat Pavlyuchenko/Khodykin twice after the Russian Junior Nationals and they have a quad twist which means that Russian Fed might very well choose Kvartalova/Sviatchenko over Pavlyuchenko/Khodykin. There are also two very good teams who didn't take part to the Russian Junior Nationals - Mishina/Gallyamov and Kudryavtseva/Simenenko. Mishina/Gallyamov haven't competed yet obviously but it is totally possible that they might get a JGP event next season. Kudryavtseva/Simenenko looks really great and they might very well get JGP event especially if they beat Pavlyuchenko/Khodykin next week at the Nationals Elder age.
 
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The Finn

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Feb 27, 2015
They are present at the test skate event. Nowadays one can never be totally sure which pairs have splitted up and which aren't. One would think that they will most likely make it to the Russian JGP team now that so many Russian junior pairs have split up. The competition is still pretty tough though but not as tough as it would have been without all the split ups.
 

The Finn

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Feb 27, 2015
It looks like they will make their JGP debut at JGP Belarus. They might very well win there.
 

The Finn

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Daria & Denis has been assigned to JGP Croatia.

Their JGP events now are JGP Belarus and JGP Croatia which are held consecutive weeks. I don't get why Fed would want to sent them at consecutive events. They will only have like a day to rest after JGP Belarus and then they will have to fly to Croatia. Hopefully their 2nd assignment will be changed to last 4th pair's event.
 

The Finn

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Feb 27, 2015
So, now Daria & Denis have three JGP events - JGP Belarus, JGP Croatia and JGP Poland. Russian Fed is really good at this.
 

Lana05

Final Flight
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Oct 1, 2016
They were robbed! It must be gold on their neck. Their 2nd 3T somehow wasn't counted in a COMBO in protocols :furious: WHY?? They did it before and it was counted.. :tantrum: Judges refused to give them their 2nd gold medal this time
 

The Finn

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4th stage of Russian Cup. They did very well, even though they were only 4th (senior event).

SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R35cCNhvkYY
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDPt_Nt77qU

They could very well win JGP Final if she lands her 3T+3T and they don't mess up anything else. Their domestic PCS scores are pretty low though. Now their FS PCS score was 3.5 points less than what Poluianova/Sopot got and 4.5 points less than what Mishina/Gallyamov got.
 

s_parks

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4th stage of Russian Cup. They did very well, even though they were only 4th (senior event).

SP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R35cCNhvkYY
FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDPt_Nt77qU

They could very well win JGP Final if she lands her 3T+3T and they don't mess up anything else. Their domestic PCS scores are pretty low though. Now their FS PCS score was 3.5 points less than what Poluianova/Sopot got and 4.5 points less than what Mishina/Gallyamov got.

Glad they skated well. Interesting that their pcs is tha much lower than P/S; certainly not that kind of gap internationally. I agree that they could win finals. They seem to be quite consistent and they have the advantage of having both triples, not just a 2A and a triple.
 

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
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Yes! They were so underscored!!
Harley FELL and yet they score higher than this wonderful performance? Yes there was a small error but still! I'm very bitter. They are one of my favorite pairs and they're so cute and adorable!
 

s_parks

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Sep 25, 2013
I am absolutely in love with their short. This could stand proudly with some of the senior pairs' programs- inspired music choice, great choreo, steps- the consistent levels 4s and high goe's on the stsq is stunning. How close they scored to the other 2 in the short despite having a fall on an element says it all; all level 4s plus highest pcs in that segment. The fs doesn't show their strengths nearly as well, but the talent is still obvious there too. They have the full package- a special connection, great ss, and best of all, she can do both triples. Hope they win jr worlds(well, jr nats first :p)
 
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