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Sara Hurtado & Kirill Khaliavin

The Finn

Record Breaker
Feb 27, 2015
Sara HURTADO MARTÍN and Kirill Leonidovich KHALIAVIN (Russian: Кирилл Леонидович ХАЛЯВИН, Spanish: Kirill Jalyavin) are Ice Dancers who represent Spain.

Sara Hurtado was born on 3rd November 1992 in Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain.

Kirill Khaliavin was born on 21st November 1990 in Kirov, Kirov Oblast, Russia.

They teamed up in up in spring 2016. They are the first Spanish Ice Dance team to win a Grand Prix medal (silver at 2018 Rostelecom Cup). He is the 2011 World Junior Champion with former partner Ksenia Monko, competing for Russia. Hurtado and former partner Adria Diaz became the first ice dancers to represent Spain at the Olympic Winter Games (in 2014). Coach Alexander Zhulin is the 1994 Olympic silver medalist, competing for Russia.

Sara and Kiril's previous partnerships have their own Fan Fest threads. Here are the links:

This thread is for Sara Hurtado / Adrià Díaz.
This thread is for Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin.
This post is for Sara as a singles skater.


Rink Results Bio
Sara -
Kirill - Bio
Team -
Sara -

Spanish Federations Bio
Sara -*&DEPORTISTA=5611* Bio
Kirill -

Sara -
Kirill -

Golden Skate media profile

Social Media
Sara's Instagram -
Sara's Twitter -
Kiril's vKontakte -
Kirill's Instagram -
Kirill's Twitter -

Personal Best Total Score193.47ISU CS Ice Star 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program77.03ISU CS 27th Nepela Memorial 2019
Personal Best Score Free Skating117.39ISU CS Ice Star 2019

Personal Best Total Score168.33XXIII Olympic Winter Games 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program67.14ISU CS Golden Spin 2017
Personal Best Score Free Skating101.40XXIII Olympic Winter Games 2018

Programs and Videos

RD: Blues: Partition by Beyonce, Hip Hop: Mi Gente (feat. Beyonce) by Beyonce, J Balvin, Willy William
FD: "Since I've Been Loving You", "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin

RD: Foxtrot: Hello Dolly performed by Barbara Streisand; Quickstep: Hello Dolly performed by Frank Sinatra; choreo by Antonio Najarro, Sergei Petukhov
FD: "Orobroy" by David Pena Dorantes; "Puerta del Sol" by Manolo Carrasco, Ara Malikian; choreo by Antonio Najarro, Sergei Petukhov

RD: Foxtrot: Hello Dolly performed by Barbara Streisand; Quickstep: Hello Dolly performed by Frank Sinatra; choreo by Antonio Najarro, Sergei Petukhov
FD: "Orobroy" by David Pena Dorantes; "Puerta del Sol" by Manolo Carrasco, Ara Malikian; choreo by Antonio Najarro, Sergei Petukhov

2020 European Championships
RD: (geoblocked in USA)​
2020 Spanish National Championships
2019 Rostelecom Cup
2019 Skate Canada
FD & RD Videos geoblocked in US​
2019 Ice Star
RD: no video found​
2019 Nepela Memorial

RD: Tango: "I've Seen That Face Before" by Kovacs, Tango: "Libertango" by Astor Piazzolla, performed by Milos Karadaglic
FD: "Great Gig in the Sky" by Pink Floyd, "Vladimir's Blues" by Max Richter, "Sign of the Times" by Harry Styles

2019 World Championships
2019 European Championships
2019 Spanish Nationals
2018 GP Rostelecom Cup
RD: no video found​
2018 GP Helsinki
2018 Lombardia Trophy

SD: Cha Cha: "Oye Como Va" by Carlos Santana; Samba: "Maria, Maria" by Carlos Santana; choreography by Antonio Najarro, Alexander Zhulin, and Sergei Petukhov
FD: "Don Quixote" by Leon Minkus; choreography by Antonio Najarro, Alexander Zhulin, and Sergei Petukhov
EX: "Aunque Es De Noche" by Rosalía"

XXIII Winter Olympic Games PyeongChang 2018
2018 European Championships
SD: no video found​
2018 Spanish Nationals
2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb
SD: no video found​
FD: no video found​
2017 Andorra Open
2017 CS Finlandia Trophy
SD: no video found​

SD: “Sweet Dreams” by Térez Montcalm, and “Douce Lumière” by Térez Montcalm
FD: “Two Men in Love” by The Irrepressibles
EX: "Two Men in Love” by The Irrepressibles (shortened version of their FD)

2017 European Championships
SD: no video found​
2017 Mentor Toruń Cup
2017 Spanish Nationals
SD: no video found​
2016 Santa Claus Cup

Competitive History

Absolute Personal Best ScoreAbsolute Season’s Best Score

The table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let us know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

2021-22 Season
10-16 January 20222022 European ChampionshipsSenior675.836116.076191.90
17-19 December 20212021 Spanish NationalsSenior279.902114.452194.35
25-27 November 20212021 Rostelecom CupSenior475.944114.004189.94
11-13 November 20212021 NHK TrophySenior476.405111.594188.09
7-10 October 20212021 Finlandia TrophySenior374.796110.785185.57
10-12 September 20212021 Lombardia TrophySenior372.653108.333180.98
2020-21 Season
22-28 March 20212021 World ChampionshipsSenior1274.2611111.8711186.13
2019–20 Season
20-26 January 2020European Championship 2020Senior773.447112.407185.84
13-15 December 2019Spanish Championships 2019Senior275.022117.742192.76
10-27 Oct 20192019 Skate CanadaSenior572.775107.875180.64
14-17 Oct 20192019 CS Ice StarSenior176.081117.391193.47
20-21 Sep. 20192019 Nepela MemorialSenior277.032111.942188.97
2018–19 Season
18-24 Mar. 20192019 World ChampionshipsSenior1272.4513108.4812180.93
21-27 Jan. 20192019 European Championships
14-16 Dec. 20182019 Spanish Nationals
16-18 Nov. 20182018 GP Rostelecom Cup
2-4 Nov. 20182018 GP Helsinki
12-16 Sep. 20182018 Lombardia Trophy
2017–18 Season
9–25 Feb. 2018Olympic GamesSenior1266.9311101.4012168.33
15–21 Jan. 20182019 European ChampionshipsSenior766.601098.438165.03
15–17 Dec. 20172018 Spanish ChampionshipsSenior264.211100.332164.54
6–9 Dec. 2017Open AndorraSenior167.981103.891171.87
6–8 Oct. 2017CS Finlandia TrophySenior856.44788.226144.66
2016–17 Season
25–29 Jan. 2017European ChampionshipsSenior1356.521584.8413141.36
10–15 Jan. 2017Mentor Toruń CupSenior265.76388.102153.86
16–18 Dec. 2016Spanish ChampionshipsSenior165.441101.131166.57
06–11 Dec. 2016Santa Claus CupSenior254.91187.151142.06

Other Videos & Interviews

18 October 2019 - Their FD Choreoographic process, in Spanish
8 April 2018: EL DÚO HELADO - Sara Hurtado y Kirill Khaliavin | Gente Extraordinaria -
18 February 2018: Sara Hurtado y Kirill Khaliavin, listos para darlo todo en su debut olímpico -
31 May 2017: Sara HURTADO Kirill KHALIAVIN (Telephone Call From Istanbul) (ФК - другой взгляд) [Their 2017 European Championship Short Dance with different music edited in] -
1 February 2017: Sara Hurtado nos enseña los secretos del baile (MARCA Patrocinalos) [Sara talks to camera and then does things in a dance studio with somebody called Alberto] -

GS Articles And Threads

Personal Best Scores - detailed analysis

ISU Personal Best Scores for Sara Hurtado & Kirill Khaliavin:

The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.
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Final Flight
Feb 27, 2012
A message from Sara :)
Can't explain how happy I am to give you this news...
Soon, you'll see me back on the ice holding hands with Kirill Khalyavin! We've been in Moscow for a while working with Alexander Zhulin's team, but we couldn't make anything official until today that Kirill got his release from the Russian Federation, now being able to represent Spain.
A very big thank you to all who made this possible... The Spanish Federation, the Madrid Federation... all of you who never stopped believing in me when it all seemed impossible... to @marcapatrocinalos and @bodegasemiliomoro for their support when I most needed. ⛸🙏 See you back on the ice!

Good luck, Sara and Kirill :hap10: :hap10: :hap10:


Record Breaker
Sep 28, 2013
Wow! Did not expect this! Can't wait to see them compete!


Record Breaker
May 28, 2014
I am so happy for them! I hope they have a lot of support from their Federation to make their training process smooth and effective, I really can't wait to see them in the competition. I think that they could keep this passion, Spanish vibes, Sara had always had with Adria. Good luck guys! :cheer:


Final Flight
Feb 27, 2012
Here is a message from Kirill:
Finally I can say: I'm very proud to represent Spain with such a great partner! Muchas Gracias to everyone who made our new beginning possible! We really appreciate that!!! That's a great stimulus for us to keep growing together, to reaching a new goals and looking forward. Special thanks to you @sarasobrehielo for you endless enthusiasm!


Final Flight
Feb 27, 2012
Sara posted a beautiful photo on Instagram:

Let's celebrate Spain!🇪🇸 🎉 It's such an honor to represent this country wherever I go and now next to @kirill_khalyavin , who might not share the same origins as me, but he shares the love for this country and it's culture. Thanks to the Spanish Embasy for opening the doors to us and make us feel closer to home. HAPPY SPANISH HERITAGE DAY!


Team Gorgeous Cacti!
Record Breaker
May 2, 2015
They're cute together. I don't understand Spanish, will they do Senior B before Nationals?


Dec 22, 2010
OMG, I can't wait to see them in competition.
B/S mentioned in a recent interview that they would be going to the Polish CS, I wonder if Sara and Kiril will go too?
When does his quarantine finish?
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Nov 24, 2006

Kirill's last competition for Russia was Rostelecom Cup last November - he and Ksenia competed in the SD but withdrew before the FD due to an injury, so Hurtado/Khaliavin won't be able to compete for Spain until late November at the earliest. H/K could conceivably do a Challenger (Tallinn Trophy and Golden Spin) or Senior B (Santa Claus Cup) prior to Spanish Nationals in December.


Nov 24, 2006

Hieloespanol reports that the Spanish Federation has decided that the winner of Spanish Nationals will go to Europeans, but whichever team has the season's highest SD tech score from an ISU competition will go to Worlds. I think this makes it much more likely that we will see Sara and Kirill at a competition before the end of the year. Both Robledo/Fenero and Smart/Diaz have competed in the Challenger Series already; R/F's SD tech high is 23.30 from the Skate Canada Autumn Classic, and Smart/Diaz's is 28.80 from Salt Lake City. So to get that Worlds spot, H/K will have to score at least 28.81 TES in the SD at an international.
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Jun 19, 2012
Thanks a lot for the information, legjumper. I really hope to see Sara and Kirill at least at one of either Europeans or Worlds this season. Will have to see their programs at some other competition first, though - perhaps I won't actually like them which would be a pity.