Kamila Valieva

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Kamila Valerevna Valieva (Russian: Камила Валерьевна Валиева) is a Russian figure skater. She was born on April 26 2006 in Kazan, Russia. She is the 2020 Junior World Champion, the 2019 JGPF champion, and she won the 2019 JGP Courchevel and JGP Chelyabinsk events. She is the 2020 Russian Junior Ladies champion and the 2020 Junior World Championships.

Valieva is the 2019 Russian Advanced Novice National Champion and a winner and medalist of several domestic competitions. In the 2018/2019 season she won six out of eight events in which she participated and stayed on the podium of the two remaining ones.

She is coached by Eteri Tutberidze, Sergei Dudakov, and Daniil Gleikhengauz.

Updated 27 March 2020 by dorispulaski
Previously updated on 21 August 2019 by Mohacz

ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00107871.htm

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

Fskate.ru Bio (Archived July 2019)
https://web.archive.org/web/20191111204925/https://fskate.ru/skaters/4269.html

Rinkresults
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=35328

Social Media
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kamilavalieva26/

ISU Personal Bests


TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score227.30ISU World Junior Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Short Program74.92ISU World Junior Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Free Skating152.38ISU World Junior Championships 2020




Programs and Videos​


2019/2020
SP: "Spiegel im Spiegel" by Arvo Pärt and "Allerdale Hall" by Fernando Velazquez from the Crimson Peak soundtrack; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz, Eteri Tutberidze
FS: Exogenesis Symphony Part 3 "Redemption" by Muse; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz, Eteri Tutberidze

2020 Junior World Championships
2020 Russian Junior Championships
2019 JGP Chelyabinsk
2019 JGP Courchevel

2018/2019
SP: "Spiegel im Spiegel (Mirror in Mirror") by Arvo Part from "Smile", performed by Angele Dubeau & La Pieta / "Allerdale Hall" by Fernando Velazquez
FS: "Spartacus, Act II, Scene VI: Crassus' Feast: Bacchanalia" by Aram Khachaturian

2019 Hopes of Russia Trophy2019 Russian Younger Age Championships2019 Moscow Elder Age Championships2019 Moscow Younger Age Championships2019 Cup of Moscow15th anniversary of the Crystal ice rink2nd stage of the Cup of Russia 20181st stage of the Cup of Russia 20182018 Moscow Open
2017/2018
SP1: "PS Posthumus - Mosane
SP2: "Hallelujah" by Saida Mukhametzyanova
FS: "Vocea" from Cirque Du Soleil

2018 "Moskvitch" Training Club Trophy2018 Moscow Elder Age Championships2018 Moscow Younger Age Championships2017 Kudriavtsev Trophy
2016/2017
SP: "Hallelujah" by Saida Mukhametzyanova
FS: "The Witch Song" by Aurea / "Dance of the Reaper" (Trailer Music) by Takeshi Furukawa
2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships
2015/2016
SP: no information found
FS: "Prince Igor, Act 2: Polovtsian Dances"

2015 Irina Rodnina's Cup
2014/2015
SP: Russian folk music
FS: "The Swan" from "The Carnival of Animals" by Camille Saint-Saens

2015 Moscow Younger Age Championships
Competitive History
Rows in azure ---> Russian domestic competitions​

CompetitionCategorySPFSTS
2019/2020
2020 Junior World Championshipsjunior1 (74.92)1 (152.38)1 (227.30)
2020 Russian Junior Championshipsjunior1 (78.50)1 (159.67)1 (238.17)
2019 JGP FinalJunior4 (69.02)1 (138.45)1 (207.47)
2019 JGP Chelyabinsk junior1 (73.56)1 (148.39)1 (221.95)
2019 JGP Courchevel, Francejunior3 (62.31)1 (138.40)1 (200.37)
2018/2019
2019 Hopes of Russia Trophyjunior1 (78.10)1 (142.45)1 (220.55)
2019 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsjunior1 (73.71)1 (131.32)1 (205.03)
2019 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsadvanced novice1 (70.60)4 (125.90)2 (253.88)*
2019 Cup of Moscowjunior1 (73.45)1 (131.85)1 (205.30)
2nd stage of the Cup of Russia 2018junior3 (64.97)1 (116.92)3 (181.89)
1st stage of the Cup of Russia 2018junior1 (77.46)1 (135.51)1 (212.97)
2018 Moscow Openjunior1 (75.81)2 (132.63)1 (208.44)
2017/2018
2018 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsjunior13 (58.25)7 (122.81)9 (181.06)
2018 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsadvanced novice17 (47.48)7 (101.10)9 (198.38)*
2016/2017
2017 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsbasic novice1 (52.78)1 (88.22)1 (182.78)*
2016 Volkov Memorialgirls4 (43.40)4 (76.93)4 (120.33)
2015/2016
2016 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsbasic novice6 (39.21)6 (68.22)5 (138.43)*
2014/2015
2015 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsbasic novice23 (31.74)18 (59.48)21 (116.76)*

* In Russian younger age competitions the singles skaters compete in three segments: Elements, SP and FS. Since the above table does not contain the scores obtained in Elements, below you can find their brief summary:
- I could not find the results of the 2019 Russian Younger Age Championships.
- At the 2019 Moscow Younger Age Championships Kamila was 2nd in Elements and obtained 57.38 points.
- At the 2018 Moscow Younger Age Championships Kamila was 6th in Elements and obtained 49.80 points.
- At the 2017 Russian Younger Age Championships Kamila was 1st in Elements and obtained 47.60 points.
- At the 2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships Kamila was 4th in Elements and obtained 41.78 points.
- At the 2016 Russian Younger Age Championships Kamila was 14th in Elements and obtained 26.40 points.
- At the 2016 Moscow Younger Age Championships Kamila was 12th and obtained 31.00 points.
- At the 2015 Moscow Younger Age Championships Kamila was 22nd and obtained 25.54 points.


Galas and Exhibitions
18 November 2018 - GP Rostelecom Cup Exhibition - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3-pCoxaDAw (2018/19 SP)

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Heard she is the new Eteri Girl on the block! Let's share details! Heard she is also age eligible for Beijing 2022!
 
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hanyuyuzuru1207

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Just saw her instagram and she can do a pencil spin like Julia Lipnitskaya. Anyone have her profile details?
 

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This is her short program and she has Lipnitskayas flexibility and can do Tano jumps. Shes 11? Right?
 

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:think:

Her birthday is April 26 2006. She's 12 in two days.

Her status was significantly higher when she was younger, but I believe that she still would be considered the most talented of the 2006-born skaters. She was the Russian basic novice champion a year ago.

I recall she had a bit of a "cult following" and some high view count Youtube videos when she was significantly younger. Even back when she was... about 7, I believe? She had a very lovely performing ability. I haven't seen it at all in her recent videos but the good thing is that it really shouldn't just disappear. She should have such a thing available, likely after she becomes comfortable with her jumps.

This is probably her best recent skate. She's been extremely inconsistent and has truly struggled with jumps. Her legs are extremely long and her greatest strength is her flexibility. Indeed, she can do Lipnitskaya spins and would be able to hold all sorts of spirals. And they look very good because of the long legs. Of course, having such long legs isn't exactly ideal and I assume that's been a part of the reason behind her struggles.
 

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:think:

Her birthday is April 26 2006. She's 12 in two days.

Her status was significantly higher when she was younger, but I believe that she still would be considered the most talented of the 2006-born skaters. She was the Russian basic novice champion a year ago.

I recall she had a bit of a "cult following" and some high view count Youtube videos when she was significantly younger. Even back when she was... about 7, I believe? She had a very lovely performing ability. I haven't seen it at all in her recent videos but the good thing is that it really shouldn't just disappear. She should have such a thing available, likely after she becomes comfortable with her jumps.

This is probably her best recent skate. She's been extremely inconsistent and has truly struggled with jumps. Her legs are extremely long and her greatest strength is her flexibility. Indeed, she can do Lipnitskaya spins and would be able to hold all sorts of spirals. And they look very good because of the long legs. Of course, having such long legs isn't exactly ideal and I assume that's been a part of the reason behind her struggles.
Does she live in Moscow now? I heard she moved to Eteri. Whereabouts in Russia is she originally from do you know???


I think she has musicality too and high jumps.
 

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She will be 16 at Beijing olympics so I hope she will grow into a fine skater to go to the olympics. She reminds me of Alenka and Lipnitskaya mixed together
 

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She's an impressive skater, I love her Varekai program.. And her joining the Eteri group (which has been confirmed, at least she's listed now as a part of the group at vk.com) has made me really happy, let's hope she will flourish under the new tutelage.. :hap10:
 

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She's an impressive skater, I love her Varekai program.. And her joining the Eteri group (which has been confirmed, at least she's listed now as a part of the group at vk.com) has made me really happy, let's hope she will flourish under the new tutelage.. :hap10:
Where did she train before the move to Eteri do you know? Wonder if she will move to Moscow with her family. Shes only 11
 

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She was in Moscow already.
Oh great. Worries whether she would live apart from her family like Zagitova. Anyway I imagine Eteri teaching her quads like Trusova and Alenka so I am really looking foward to what an unbeatable skater she may become with such talent
 

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Trusova and Alenka would be motivated by her presence since Kamila has the best spins in the world at the moment [emoji813][emoji813][emoji813]
 

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classification: Novice A1_nenme (= Yoshida Hina, Rika Teshima)
Birthdate: April 26, 2006 (Beijing Winter Olympics)
activity base: Moscow
born : Kazan (700 km east from Moscow, A. Lyabois base)
Height:
PB: n / a (domestic)

Affiliation: Moscow (from September 2012)
Coach: Natalia · Dubinskaya (= Krakowa front coach), Kovarho photo )
. before coach: Ksenia Ivanova (= a Ryabowa coach)

nickname:

Biography: Fskate (Ru) , ISU, Wiki
SNS: Insta , VK

program music
'17 / 18
SP: ES Posthumus - Mosane
FS: Cirque Du Soleil - Vocea
'16/17
SP: Hallelujah by Saida Mukhametzyanova
FS: The Witch Song by Aurea; Dance of the Reaper (Trailer Music) Takeshi Furukawa will

participate
'17/09/18 Russia Cup First Round Junior


Competition Result'
18/02 Moscow Young Championships Old No. 9 No.
17/11 Volkov Memorial senior girls 2nd place 157.71
'17/09 Figurist (Moscow Local) (1 сп. Class) 3rd place 129.28 · · · 1st place is Kanishewa
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17 Russia Nobis Championship Nobis B 1st place
'17 Moscow Nobys Championship Nobis B 1st place
'16 Volkova Memorial ( 2 сп. Class) 4th
'16 Russia Nobis Championship Nobis B 11th
' 16 Moscow Novis Championship Nobis B 5th
'15 Moscow Novis Championship Nobis B 21st

Remarks
Very cheerful personality (Coach's The influence of Kovalev?)
Free catch foot Illusion



Translated from Japanese site
 

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It seems she became friend with Daria, since she moved to Eteri they are together on nearly every photo.
 
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