Russian Nationals Elder Age, 2–5 April 2018 | Golden Skate

Russian Nationals Elder Age, 2–5 April 2018

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015
Russian Nationals Elder Age, 2–5 April 2018, Kazan, Tatarstan.



SCHEDULE. Local time.

2 April 2018, Monday
19.15 - 21.00 Short dance

3 April 2018, Tuesday
14.00 - 16.00 Free dance
17.00 - 18.30 Pairs, short program
18.45 - 22.15 Men, short program

4 April 2018, Wednesday
12.30 - 16.45 Men, free program
17.00 - 18.45 Pairs, free program
19.00 - 22.15 Ladies, short program

5 April 2018, Thursday
13.00 - 17.15 Ladies, free program

Entries can be seen here. event page.

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015
Some of the entries

Ice dance
Sofya Tyutyunina / Alexander Shustitskiy
Polina Ivanenko / Daniil Karpov
Alexandra Kravchenko / Gordey Khubulov
Elizaveta Shanaeva / David Narizhny
Daria Drozd / Dmitry Bovin

Amina Atakhanova / Nikita Volodin
Apollinariia Panfilova / Dmitry Rylov
Kseniia Akhanteva / Valerii Kolesov
Nadezhda Labazina / Nikita Rakhmanin

Daniil Samsonov
Andrei Kutovoy
Egor Rukhin
Petr Gumennik
Artem Kovalev
Matvei Vetlugin
Ilia Yablokov
Kirill Yakovlev

Anna Shcherbakova
Alena Kanysheva
Ksenia Sinitsyna
Anastasia Kostyuk
Anna Tarusina
Elizaveta Nugumanova
Sofia Moroz


May 17, 2017
I hope Anna will be clean and her skate cure puremagic from his sorrow


Praise the Ice God
Final Flight
Dec 21, 2017
What's the age limit on this competition ? I see there is also Tarusina, who has already skate at senior nationals, and Nugumanova, even older than her.

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015
What's her full name? I haven't heard of her...

Alexandrina Degtyareva. I have seen her at many competitions but obviously she is not that well known. Obviously I used only her first name which might have confuse someone but as far as I know she is the only Alexandrina who skates.

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
Record Breaker
Aug 25, 2017
Ah okay. Yeah, I've heard of her too, just apparently wasn't thinking, haha.
You're right, late 2001. Maybe it's 2001-2005 or 2001-2006?


Record Breaker
Mar 30, 2018
As I've found on their website, in the Rules of Participantion chapter is stated that:

"To participate in competitions, athletes are allowed for two years younger than the age set by the rules of the International Skating Union (ISU) for admission to the World Junior Championships: in single skating - 2001-2005, in pair skating and ice dancing - partners 1999 b. and younger, partner of 2001 b. and younger, regardless of the month of birth."

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015

1. Polina Ivanenko / Daniil Karpov

2. Elizaveta Shanaeva / David Narizhny

3. Alexandra Kravchenko / Gordey Khubulov

4. Sofya Tyutyunina / Alexander Shustitskiy

5. Sofia Litvinova / Alexander Balykov

6. Julia Tulsteva / Anatoly Belovodchenko

7. Sofia Aleksova / Maximilian Dubov. They will become JGP eligible only after next season.


Complete SD

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015


4. Sofya Tyutyunina / Alexander Shustitskiy

Yay, I was hoping that they would get a medal and they did, a bronze. Great job. They most likely will not get JGP event(s) next season though. Most likely the last JGP spots will go to Ivanenko / Karpov and Shanaeva / Narizhny. But that is okay since Tyutyunina / Shustitskiy has time to wait their turn and a lot of top teams have to move to seniors after next season.