Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva & Nikita Nazarov

The Finn

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Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Elizaveta Khasanzhonovna KHUDAIBERDIEVA (Russian: Елизавета Хасанжоновна Худайбердиева) born 2 October 2002, and Nikita Gennadievich NAZAROV (Russian: Никита Геннадьевич Назаров) born 14 May 1998, are ice dancers representing Russia. The team split up at the end of the 2018-19 season.

They are coached by Denis Samokhin and Maria Borovikova.

Last updated: May 2, 2019 by dorispulaski

Biographical Information

ISU bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00102458.htm

Elizaveta's fskate.ru page (archived July 2019) http://web.archive.org/web/20190723192612/https://fskate.ru/skaters/2969.html

Nikita's fskate.ru page (archived July 2019)
http://web.archive.org/web/20190723192432/http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2360.html

Elizaveta's Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizaveta_Khudaiberdieva

Nikita's Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikita_Nazarov

Stats on Ice: https://www.statsonice.com/skaterteam/elizavetaknikitanaza/

Tracings.net: http://tracings.net/khud-naza.html

Social Media

Elizaveta's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lkhudaiberdieva_/ (@ lkhudaiberdieva_)
Nikita's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_nikita_nazarov_/ (@ _nikita_nazarov)

ISU personal best scores (-/+5 scoring system):


TypeScoreEventDiscipline
Total171.22ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
SD/RD68.69ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
SD/RD Technical35.84ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
SD/RD Component32.85ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
FD102.53ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
FD Technical52.38ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance
FD Component50.15ISU World Junior Championships 2019Junior Ice Dance





ISU personal best scores (-/+3 scoring system):

TypeScoreEventLevel
Total133.85ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017Junior
SD/RD59.03ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017Junior
SD/RD Technical30.95ISU JGP Brisbane 2017Junior
SD/RD Component28.17ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017Junior
FD74.82ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017Junior
FD Technical35.33ISU JGP Brisbane 2017Junior
FD Component44.23ISU JGP Baltic Cup 2017Junior





Programs

2018-19

RD: Tango: Tango Amore by Edvin Marton
FD: Human (Acoustic) by Rag'n'Bone Man, Human by Rag'n'Bone Man, Nemesis by Benjamin Clementine

2017-18

SD: Cha Cha, Samba
FD: Ghost (musical soundtrack) by Dave Stewart, Glen Ballard



Results:
Video links in results

SeasonLevelCompetitionSDFDOverall
Season 2018-2019
2018/19Junior2019 Junior World Championships68.69 (2)102.53 (4)171.22 (2)
2018/19Junior2019 Russian Junior Championships69.89 (3)106.96 (3)176.85 (3)
2018/19Junior2018-19 Junior Grand Prix Final66.29 (3)98.25 (4)164.54 (3)
2018/19Junior2018 Tallinn Trophy (Junior)63.04 (1)97.79 (1)1 (163.83)
2018/19JuniorInternational Halloween Cup62.79 (1)96.82 (1)159.61 (1)
2018/19JuniorISU JGP Czech Republic65.29 (1)95.71 (1)161.00 (1)
2018/19JuniorISU JGP Slovakia64.39 (1)95.23 (1)159.62 (1)


Results (historical):
Video links in results

SeasonLevelCompetitionSDFDOverall
Season 2017-2018
2017/18JuniorRussian Junior National Figure Skating Championships63.99 (2)85.22 (6)149.51 (5)
2017/18JuniorGrand Prix of Bratislava60.87 (1)84.47 (1)145.34 (1)
2017/18JuniorTallinn Trophy61.57 (2)84.36 (2)145.93 (2)
2017/18JuniorStage 2 of Russian Cup65.16 (1)87.56 (1)152.72 (1)
2017/18JuniorISU JGP Poland59.03 (2)74.82 (3)133.85 (1)
2017/18JuniorISU JGP Australia57.25 (3)74.55 (4)131.80 (3)
Season 2016-2017
2016/17JuniorRussian Cup Final60.92 (3)85.22 (3)146.14 (3)
2016/17JuniorRussian Junior National Figure Skating Championships52.71 (9)82.30 (7)135.01 (8)
2016/17JuniorMentor Torun Cup51.69 (2)80.70 (1)132.39 (1)
2016/17Junior5th Stage of Russian Cup58.92 (3)86.24 (3)145.16 (3)
2016/17Junior4th Stage of Russian Cup52.34 (4)77.80 (5)130.14 (5)





Original post by The Finn

This team needs a thread here. Last season was her 1st season as an ice dancer and I was really impressed how good they looked. Now they look even better. Too bad for the mistake they did yesterday but nevertheless this was a good JGP debut for them. Well done.
 
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luckyguy

Match Penalty
Joined
Jan 25, 2008
Their competitive history (in Russian):

Elizaveta (Nikita is her first partner; since 2015 or 2016)
Nikita (he skated with Ekaterina Lautova - 2009/2010, Anastasia Skoptsova - 2010/2012,
Darya Shirokhova - 2012/2015)
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
They have been assigned to JGP Poland but one has to remember that changes are possible if other Russian teams does better at their 1st JGP event than what Liza & Nikita did at their JGP event.
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
They have been assigned to JGP Poland but one has to remember that changes are possible if other Russian teams does better at their 1st JGP event than what Liza & Nikita did at their JGP event.

Will have to wait and see how it goes but one might expect that Russian Fed will most likely replace Liza & Nikita with Arina & Maksim because U/N scored a lot better than K/N. They both won a bronze medal at their 1st JGP event and Russian Fed have only one "free" JGP spot for bronze medalists.
 

Lana05

Final Flight
Joined
Oct 1, 2016
They are 2nd after SP with 61.57, hope they'll finally skate clean their FS in Tallin
Yes, they did good with 84.36 and 145,93 (2)
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Their situation is very similar to Konkina/Yakushev, both teams have only one junior season left and neither teams is yet to skate at Junior Worlds. Next season they will have their chances because at the moment top teams are pretty even. Ushakova/Nekrasov and Shevchenko/Eremenko might start next season as the top two favourites but they are only slighly ahead of next group of three teams, Polishchuk/Vakhnov, Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov and Konkina/Yakushev. It will be very interesting to see which three teams will make it to the Junior Worlds next year.

Some more or less recent videos.

2018 Russian Junior Nationals
SD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75PxwEsok2c
FD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gj-PFZswFM
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Their situation is very similar to Konkina/Yakushev, both teams have only one junior season left and neither teams is yet to skate at Junior Worlds. Next season they will have their chances because at the moment top teams are pretty even. Ushakova/Nekrasov and Shevchenko/Eremenko might start next season as the top two favourites but they are only slighly ahead of next group of three teams, Polishchuk/Vakhnov, Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov and Konkina/Yakushev. It will be very interesting to see which three teams will make it to the Junior Worlds next year.

Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov's chance to make it to the JGP Final and Junior Worlds have improved significantly now that both Polishchuk/Vakhnov and Konkina/Yakushev have split up. Although, I am sure that both new teams, Konkina/Vakhnov and Polishchuk/Yakushev, will be competitive teams already next season. They may or may not be ready when Russia's JGP teams are selected but I am sure they will be ready for the Russian Junior Nationals.
 

The Finn

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Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Still no JGP assignment for them. I would have thought that they would have been switched to JGP Slovakia but that hasn't happen, atleast not yet. If Russian Fed don't switch them to JGP Slovakia then they will have to put K/N with the same event with either U/N or S/E which is less than ideal situation. In any case I am sure that they will get 2 JGP events but apparently they don't get their 1st event untill the 5th JGP event.
 

The Finn

Record Breaker
Joined
Feb 27, 2015
Still no JGP assignment for them. I would have thought that they would have been switched to JGP Slovakia but that hasn't happen, atleast not yet.

Russian Fed has done some changes for their JGP Austria assignments but they didn't do any changes for their ice dance entries neither in Slovakia nor in Austria, so, I guess they will send two not very good teams to JGP Slovakia for some reason. And now K/N will have to wait quite a bit before they can skate their 1st JGP event.
 

The Finn

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Feb 27, 2015
Well, better really really late than never. K/N has replaced Ivanenko/Karpov at JGP Slovakia.

It is somewhat weird that Russian Fed did this on sunday but I am not complaining.
 
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