Maiia Khromykh

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
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Maiia Vladislovovna Khromykh (Russian: Майя Владиславовна Хромых), born on 25 May 2006, is a ladies single skater from Russia.

Maiia is the winner of the 2019 Cup of Russia Final.

She is currently coached by Eteri Tutberidze, Sergei Dudakov, and Daniil Gleikhengauz, and her former coach was Anna Tsareva.

Updated 18 May 2020 by dorispulaski
Previously updated on 21 August 2019 by Mohacz​


ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00107873.htm

Fskate.ru Bio (archived July 2019)
https://web.archive.org/web/20190714142247/https://fskate.ru/skaters/4874.html

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

Wikipedia:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maiia_Khromykh

Rinkresults
http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=35323

Personal Best Scores under +5/-5 GOE

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score198.24ISU World Junior Championships 2020
Personal Best Score Short Program68.93ISU JGP Riga Cup 2019
Personal Best Score Free Skating131.46ISU World Junior Championships 2020

Programs and Videos​


2019/2020
SP: "Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra"
FS: "Ghost" (soundtrack)

2020 Junior World Championships
2020 Russian Junior Championships
2019 5th Stage Russian Cup
2019 Denis Ten Memorial
2019 JGP Riga
2019 JGP Courchevel, France
2018/2019
SP: Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra
FS: "Suspend My Disbelief" / "I Had a Life" from "Ghost The Musical"

2019 Hopes of Russia2019 Russian Younger Age Championships2019 Moscow Elder Age Championships2019 Moscow Younger Age Championships2019 Cup of Russia Final2019 Kudryavtsev Prizes2019 Moscow Cup5th stage of the Cup of Russia 20182018 Volkov Memorial
2017/2018
SP: "Illumination" by Secret Garden
FS: "Stranger in Paradise"

2018 Sport Schools Spartakiad2017 Volkov Memorial
2016/2017
SP: "Illumination" by Secret Garden
FS: "The Phantom of the Opera" medley

2017 Russian Younger Age Championships2017 Moscow Younger Age Championships2017 Kudryavtsev Prizes2016 Volkov Memorial
Competitive History​


Rows in azure ---> Russian domestic competitions

CompetitionCategorySPFSTS
2020 Junior World ChampionshipsJunior5 (66.78)4 (131.46)4 (198.24)
Junior Russian Championship 2020Junior6 (67.68)5 (136.72)5 (204.40)
5th Stage Russian Cup 2019Junior1 (70.54)5 (128.87)3 (188.81)
3rd Stage Russian Cup 2019Junior9 (58.87)2 (130.72)5 (189.59)
Denis Ten Memorial Challenge 2019Junior2 (66.16)2 (125.69)2 (191.85)
2019 JGP Riga, LatviaJunior2 (68.93)4 (121.80)4 (190.73)
2019 JGP Courchevel, FranceJunior1 (67.72)5 (111.60)3 (179.32)
2018/2019
2019 Hopes of Russiajunior3 (70.52)2 (133.45)2 (203.97)
2019 Russian Younger Age Championshipsadvanced noviceElements: 7 (51.50)
SP: 4 (69.04)
3 (134.04)4 (254.58)
2019 Moscow Elder Age Championshipsjunior2 (39.54)6 (121.27)3 (189.27)
2019 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsadvanced noviceElements: 5 (55.80)
SP: 2 (68.54)
3 (126.08)3 (251.42)
2019 Cup of Russia Finaljunior1 (70.11)1 (130.95)1 (201.06)
2019 Moscow Cupjunior3 (63.24)3 (122.38)2 (185.62)
5th stage of the Cup of Russia 2018junior5 (62.60)2 (128.44)2 (191.04)
2018 Volkov Memorialadvanced novice4 (61.72)3 (127.02)4 (188.74)
2017/2018
2018 Sport Schools Spartakiadgirls4 (63.67)3 (110.55)3 (174.22)
2016/2017
2017 Russian Younger Age Championshipsbasic noviceElements: 4 (42.40)
SP: 1 (53.21)
4 (83.72)3 (179.33)
2017 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsbasic noviceElements: 2 (45.52)
SP: 6 (44.26)
2 (87.94)2 (177.72)
2016 Volkov Memorialgirls3 (43.69)3 (77.04)3 (120.73)
2015/2016
2016 Moscow Younger Age Championshipsbasic noviceElements: 15 (30.40)
SP: 9 (37.21)
24 (53.56)20 (121.17)



Articles, Interviews and Other Media


Excerpt from the Original Post by Spirals for Miles
Maiia Vladislovovna Kromykh (Russian: Майя Владиславовна Хромых), born on 25 May 2006, is a ladies single skater from Russia. She will be eligible to make her JGP debut next season on the 2019 JGP. She is currently coached by Eteri Tutberidze (and team) and her former coach is Anna Tsareva, both from the Khrustalnyi rink in Sambo 70 in Moscow. She has never competed internationally and as such does not have an ISU bio. I expect that to change next season! :)
 
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serephy

On the Ice
Joined
Mar 6, 2018
Yeah :(
I guess I'm kind of assuming/hoping that she is added via coaches' council? does it seem likely?

I think if she can show she was injured and physically couldn’t compete at the earlier stages they would probably add her for Junior Nats, particularly as she podiumed here.

The only thing that might get in the way of that is that she competed at that minor competition a couple weeks ago (around the same time as Stage 4) so they might argue that she is ineligible for a bye as she was physically able to compete/qualify normally but chose not too...

Honestly I don’t understand why she didn’t go to Stage 4, it would have made everything much simpler and she was healthy/able to compete at the time. Still, she has Eteri on side so has a much better shot than most other girls would.
 

The Finn

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Joined
Feb 27, 2015
I think if she can show she was injured and physically couldn’t compete at the earlier stages they would probably add her for Junior Nats, particularly as she podiumed here.

The only thing that might get in the way of that is that she competed at that minor competition a couple weeks ago (around the same time as Stage 4) so they might argue that she is ineligible for a bye as she was physically able to compete/qualify normally but chose not too...

It is possible that she would be added to the entry list of the Junior Nationals but usually this requires previous merits which she lacks at the moment. Medaling at the 5th Cup event counts but the level of already qualified junior ladies is so high that I kind of doubt it counts enough. Unless Eteri thinks really highly of Maya's potential and really wants her name on the entry list.

Honestly I don’t understand why she didn’t go to Stage 4, it would have made everything much simpler and she was healthy/able to compete at the time. Still, she has Eteri on side so has a much better shot than most other girls would.

Maybe they thought that she likely wouldn't qualify for the Junior Nationals anyway and that is why they chose Volkov Memorial over 4th Cup event. And then it was a bit unexpected that she did so well at the 5th event. In any case, even if she would miss the Junior Nationals she can still make the national team by skating at the Youth Championships.
 

TheBallerina

#teamtutberidze
Record Breaker
Joined
Mar 30, 2018
Awesome fanfest, for one of the young girls that I see lots of potential in. Thanks, Spirals :clap:

Hope she'll overcome some of the technical difficulties, together with Eteri, because her skating has something...unique. She's graceful and elegant :luv17:
 

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
Record Breaker
Joined
Aug 25, 2017
I'm hopeful that she'll be added to Junior Nationals. She was 2nd at Moscow Cup today, behind only Valieva and ahead of JGPF medalist Kanysheva. In just this short time with Eteri, she's upgraded her tech content from repeating 3Lo and 3T to repeat 3Lz and 3Lo :clap:
 

BossT

Match Penalty
Joined
Dec 18, 2017
Maya Khromykh

Maya Khromykh is Russian figure skater.
In Russian: Майя Хромых.

Born 25 May 2006
Moscow

Coach: Eteri Tutberidze, Sergey Dudakov
"Khrustalny" SAMBO-70

Results

Season 2018/19
Cup of Moscow 2019 - 2 cms (185.62)
5 stage Cup of Russia 2018 - 2 cms (191.04)

Season 2017/18
Spartak's Compete of Sports Schools 2018 - 3 (174.22)

Season 2016/17
Russian Nationals (novice) 2017 - 3 (179.33)
Moscow Ch (novice) 2017 - 2 (177.72)
S.Volkov's Memorial 2016 - 3 (120.73)


SP, CoR 2018, st. 5 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGeKWcE9BK4

FP, CoR 2018, st. 5 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRnfHjVirI4

SP, CoR Final 2019 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzG7EwFx98Q
 

sweetice

In love with too many ladies
Final Flight
Joined
Dec 21, 2017
Maya Khromykh

No thread for Maya or i can't find it ? :scratch2:

www.fskate.ru/skaters/4874.html

Born in May 25, 2006, she's a russian skater that was trained by Tsareva at Sambo (Crystal), and from the end of the last season has passed then to the team Tutberidze.

She hasn't participate on the first competitions of the season, and she has do only the fifth stage of the Cup of Russia, placing 2nd, after Shabotova. That has preventing her to be at the junior nationals :confused2:

She was anyway selected for the final of the cup, where she has won the junior competition, with 201.06 points.

SP https://youtu.be/eH7aj7A2q5M
FS https://youtu.be/eQAQQX0ZQLc

Unusual height and physique for her age. Nice movements, she remind me of a ballet dancer :hap10:
 

IndiaP12

Final Flight
Joined
Apr 29, 2018
There can’t be a thread for Maya until she is 13 (apparently they’re not allowing fanfests for kids under 13) so this may be deleted soon but Maya’s 13 in a few months anyway.
 

Wombat1800

On the Ice
Joined
Jan 5, 2019
No thread for Maya or i can't find it ? :scratch2:

www.fskate.ru/skaters/4874.html

Born in May 25, 2006, she's a russian skater that was trained by Tsareva at Sambo (Crystal), and from the end of the last season has passed then to the team Tutberidze.

She hasn't participate on the first competitions of the season, and she has do only the fifth stage of the Cup of Russia, placing 2nd, after Shabotova. That has preventing her to be at the junior nationals :confused2:

She was anyway selected for the final of the cup, where she has won the junior competition, with 201.06 points.

SP https://youtu.be/eH7aj7A2q5M
FS https://youtu.be/eQAQQX0ZQLc

Unusual height and physique for her age. Nice movements, she remind me of a ballet dancer :hap10:

I had never heard of her before the cup final, but she is really good, I hope she gets a jgp spot despite not going to junior nationals, and I'm glad she has a fan fest
 

IndiaP12

Final Flight
Joined
Apr 29, 2018
Maya Khromykh

But yes, I agree, she’s like a ballet dancer. Very tall and slender but she’s learnt to control her lines beautifully since last season. I think she already has lovely interpretation and connection to the music for her young age and nice jumps. Can’t wait to see her internationally! She did very well these past two days, with 2 clean skates
 

Azikin

Medalist
Joined
Jan 12, 2018
Hmmm... anyway, she was great today, well deserved 2nd place.. I wish she could get 2 JGP spots next season, I hope at least 1 is a given.. ;)
 
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