Iuliia Artemeva & Mikhail Nazarychev

The Finn

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Julia Artemeva (Russian: Юлия Сергеевна Артемьева) and Mikhail Nazarychev (Russian: Назарычев Михаил) are Russian junior pair skaters. Julia was born on March 16, 2005 in Kazan, Russia and Mikhail on April 4, 2001 in Perm, Russia. They teamed up in 2018 after Artemeva switched to pair skating. Nazarychev have had two previous partners Alyona Krokhaleva and Alina Mammadova with whom he skated one season each.

This team has had an extremely rapid progress because JGP Russia was only their 2nd pair skating competition ever and they already scored almost 180 points. Their first competition was last year's Russian Youth Championships - Elder age where they finished 10th. At that competition they were more than 40 points behind the winners of the competition - Stanislava Vislobokova / Aleksei Briukhanov. At the JGP Russia they beat Vislobokova/Briukhanov by 12 points. This is even more impressing when remembering that Artemeva was new to pair skating.

The team qualified and finished fourth at the Junior Grand Prix Final, and are junior bronze medalists of Russia, and 2020 Junior Worlds bronze medalists.

They are coached by Valentina Tiukova, Pavel Sliusarenko and Alexey Menshikov in Perm. Their training partners include Apollinariia Panfilova / Dmitry Rylov.

Biographical Information

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00108234.htm

Juliia's Fskate.ru
https://web.archive.org/web/20190924112653/https://fskate.ru/skaters/4926.html
Mikhail's Fskate.Ru
https://web.archive.org/web/20190514145133/http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2980.html

Juliia's rinkresults file
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=35331
Mikhail's rinkresults file:
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=35332

Updated 18 March 2020

Personal Bests
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00108234.htm



Competitive History​


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score179.83ISU JGP Croatia Cup 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program70.262020 Junior World Championships
Personal Best Score Free Skating117.39ISU JGP Croatia Cup 2019


Programs and Videos​



2019-2020

SP: "Senza Parole", by Il Divo; choreo by Nikolai Morozov, Ivan Malafeev
FS: Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack: Don't Stop Me Now, Love of My Life (cover), We Will Rock You; choreo by Nikolai Morozov, Ivan Malafeev

2020 Junior Worlds
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33zIWyb_B6I
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgH6kNwiZzo

2020 Russian Junior Championships
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYPpA8QsUWI
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS2_keZjL90
Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe2wTf3KxY4

2019 Junior Grand Prix Final
Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swRyXVuAP4g

2019 JGP Zagreb
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oZzSzrK2YU
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlzH3Ir1dlo

2019 JGP Chelyabinsk
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWkQsdqcM-g
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vzwJWfS1fo


CompetitionDateLevelSPFSTotal
Season 2019-2020​
2020 Junior World Championships2020-03-05Junior3 (70.26)4 (@00.92)3 (171.18)
2020 Russian Junior Championships2019-02-04Junior3 (71.93)3 (122.52)3 (194.45)
2020 Russian Championships2019-12-24Senior7 (68.64)7 (128.85)7 (197.49)
2019 Junior Grand Prix Final2019-12-04Junior5 (63.89)3 (114.67)4 (178.56)
4th Stage Russian Cup2019-11-11Junior2 (63.48)4 (108.27)3 (171.75)
3rd Stage Russian Cup2019-10-29Senior1 (72.71)2 (125.32)1 (198.03)
JGP Zagreb 20192019-09-25Junior2 (62.44)1 (117.39)1 (179.83)
JGP Chelyabinsk 20192019-09-11Junior2 (67.12)2 (111.19)2 (178.31)
Season 2018-2019​
2019 Russian Championships, Elder Age, Pairs & Dance1-3 Apr 2019Junior10 (24.23)10 (93.89)10 (142.96)
 
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The Finn

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What a great JGP debut!! Really smooth and polished programs. You can tell that they are from Perm. At the moment they don't have a 2nd JGP event but I am sure that Russian Fed manages to find them a 2nd JGP event because this team can win JGP Final.
 

hanca

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Amazing progress. In April of this year Artemeva/Nazarychev scored 40 points less than Vislobokova/Briukhanov at the Russian nationals of older age (junior B nationals). V/B were first, A/N were tenth. And five months later A/N manage to beat V/B internationally by ten points. They not only caught up, they overtook them. Wow!
 

The Finn

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- Was it easier or harder to perform in Zagreb? Your first stage of the Grand Prix took place in Chelyabinsk, you can say on home ice, but here is the start abroad?

Mikhail: It was really more difficult to perform in Zagreb, as this is a different country and there was no support from the audience ... due to their absence.
https://fsrussia.ru/news/4590-yuliy...arychev-vystupat-v-zagrebe-bylo-slozhnej.html

Funny, but so true. I wonder if he thought that every JGP events would have as much audience as there was at JGP Russia. If so, he couldn't have been more wrong.
 

MGstyle

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WJC 2020:
SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33zIWyb_B6I
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgH6kNwiZzo

Not very good free skate, but still they were able to gain bronze medal, even with mistakes russan junior pairs are just way above everybody else in this category.

Among the three Russian pairs they drew my attention the most - P/R are much more consistent and technically superior, but Julia & Mikhail demonstrate more personality and more expansive, that adds a nice touch to their performance, which sometimes lack in some of the Russian pairs. Although the field is tough, I hope to see much more of them in the future.
 

eterislouisvuitton

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Congratulations to Iuliia and Mikhail for winning their first senior stage of the Russian cup, by about 8 points over Akhanteva/Kolesov. I found that their short program was especially great, and that Iuliia's leg form is so gorgeous! I think their consistency on jumps here further indicates that Iuliia was injured at JWC - even after she went down, Mikhail only went for 2A+eu+2S, indicating that she was not ready to jump triple.

IF they can have a decent result at their next cup event, they shoudl qualify to senior nationals. There is currently a TBA spot for Rostelecom. I assume Tarasova/Morozov will get it if they are healthy, which they should be given there is still nearly 2 months. If they don't get it, then I think Kadyrova/Balchenko are the only thing standing between A/N and their senior grand prix debut.
 

eterislouisvuitton

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Tarasova and Morozov have decided to skip Rostelecom, the fed seemingly wasn't impressed by Kadyrova/Balchenko at test skates.

Iuliia and Mikhail will make their senior international debut at Rostelecom cup this year!
 

hanca

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Congratulations to Iuliia and Mikhail for winning their first senior stage of the Russian cup, by about 8 points over Akhanteva/Kolesov. I found that their short program was especially great, and that Iuliia's leg form is so gorgeous! I think their consistency on jumps here further indicates that Iuliia was injured at JWC - even after she went down, Mikhail only went for 2A+eu+2S, indicating that she was not ready to jump triple.

IF they can have a decent result at their next cup event, they shoudl qualify to senior nationals. There is currently a TBA spot for Rostelecom. I assume Tarasova/Morozov will get it if they are healthy, which they should be given there is still nearly 2 months. If they don't get it, then I think Kadyrova/Balchenko are the only thing standing between A/N and their senior grand prix debut.
Why would Kadyrova/Balchenko be the only pair who stand between A/N and their senior grand prix debut? There is about 7-8 newly created senior pairs, so why would the federation want to give the chance to a junior pair who may not want to move to seniors even next season, if they don’t win junior worlds, when they can find whichever senior pair is the most promising and give it to them?

13-16.10. there will be a competition with four new senior pairs competing.
Vislobokova/Yalin
Vasilieva/Volodin
Pavlova/Spiridonov
Solovieva/Ivanov

Yalin, Volodin and Spiridonov are experienced pair skaters who competed pretty well at JGP level.

Vislobokova/Yalin is a very new partnership, in August they still had different partners, so they have been together less than two months, but they are both experienced pair skaters with JGP competitive experience. She has had problems with jumps in her previous partnership due to puberty, but she might have sorted that out.

Vasilieva, Pavlova and Solovieva are singles skaters who do pairs less than a year. That means that they will be pretty good at jumping, but we don’t know yet what progress they made in pair elements.

Solovieva/Ivanov skated at the St Petersburg test skates and did very well, scored over 180. For a new pair and their first competition, it is pretty good.

There are some other new senior pairs...
Balabanova/Sviatchenko, scoring over 180 in the first Russian cup.
Kudriavtseva/Zaporozhets
Akopova/Rakhmanin
 
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eterislouisvuitton

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Well clearly, Rusfed was not impressed by Kadyrova/Balchenko this season. Yasmina is still new to pairs, and has rough pair elements. Iuliia and Mikhail have been assigned to Rostelecom Cup next month. Ksenia Akhanteva/Valeri Kolesov are going too.

I know there are newly formed senior teams, but as you saisd, they are newly formed. They have not proven themselves to be worthy of such an assignment. Why would they give it to a team like Vislobokova/Ialin who have never competed together, or a team like Vasilieva/Volodin who has one partner completely new to pairs, or Balabanova/Sviatchenko? Yes, they scored over 180 in their first Russian cup and placed third - third out of four teams. So why send a team scoring 180 and placing third over a team scoring 198 and placing first? Iuliia/Mikhail and Ksenia/Valeri will move into seniors at some point, given she doesn't have too many puberty struggles. If the season had actually happened, I think Ksenia/Valeri would've gotten some challengers on the merit of their previous achievements.

Good luck to this talented team, here's to a good performance at their first of many senior grand prix events. With the best teams in the world also competing, they should not aim for a result, but instead for a good performance.
 

eterislouisvuitton

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They were pretty good at Rostelecom! Misha fell on 2A+eu+3S but I am so impressed by Yulia. She is so little and fierce, and she can land anything even if she is on an axis or doesn't get thrown the perfect way. I hope she will be able to keep this strength and coordination as she grows. Scoring above 195 for the third time in a row, a lot better than Akhanteva/Kolesov and Mukhametzianova/Mironov, and as much as I love Ko/Br, Yulia is a better jumper than Kostiukovich and Mikhail is a better performer than Briukhanov. This could be a great season for them.

Sadly, junior worlds have just been cancelled. I'm so gutted for both them and Polina/Alexei. It really would've been Yulia/Mikhails year to win after they didn't have a good time last season (Yulia was visibly injured) so it's a shame they won't get their moment on JGP or JWC. Hopefully they will have a good top 5 at senior nationals and win at junior nationals, and if Yulia doens't grow too much, they will be in solid contention for the Olympics.
 
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