Stanislava Konstantinova

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Stanislava Andreyevna Konstantinova (Russian: Станислава Андреевна Константинова) is a Ladies figure skater who represents Russia. She was born on 14 July 2000 in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Stanislava is the 2019 Winter Universiade bronze medalist & the 2018 Grand Prix of Helsinki silver medalist. She has also won gold at three ISU Challenger Series events – the 2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb and two CS Tallinn Trophy (2016, 2017). Skating as a junior she won two medals at the ISU Junior Grand Prix series and the Russian Junior Championships. She finished in the top ten at two World Junior Championships (2017, 2018).

She is currently coached by Evgeni Plushenko, and was formerly coached by Valentina Chebotareva and Mikhail Semenenok.

Updated 11 July 2020
Previously updated on 13 March 2019 by Mohacz​


ISU Bio
http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00034742.htm

Allskaters Bio
https://allskaters.info/stanislava_konstantinova/

Fskate.ru Bio (archived after 2018-19 season
https://web.archive.org/web/20190723192520/https://fskate.ru/skaters/2526.html

Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanislava_Konstantinova

Social Media
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/stasya_konstantinovaa/


Personal Best Scores starting from 2018/2019 season​

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score197.57ISU GP Helsinki 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program65.39ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating135.01ISU GP Helsinki 2018


Personal Best Scores pre 2018/2019 season​

TypeScoreCompetition
Personal Best Total Score199.68IISU CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2017
Personal Best Score Short Program67.47ISU CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2017
Personal Best Score Free Skating132.21ISU CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2017

Programs and Videos​



2019-2020
SP: "February" by Leonid Levashkevich; choreo by Olga Kliushnichenko
FS: "Ascension/Nature Boy (from "Moulin Rouge") performed by Ewan McGregor; "One Day I'll Fly Away" (from "MoulinRouge");performed by Nicole Kidman; "El Tango de Roxanne" (from "Moulin Rouge") performed by José Feliciano, Ewan McGregor, Jacek Koman; choreo by Olga Kliushnichenko

2019-20 Russian Nationals2019 Championships of Saint Petersburg2019 Skate America2019 Aurora Games
2018/2019
SP: "Malaguena" performed by The Manhattan Pops / "Malaguena" performed by Franck Pourcel
FS: "Anna Karenina: (soundtrack) by Dario Marianelli; choreo. by Olga Kliushnichenko
Ex1: "Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson
Ex2: "Someone Like You" by Adele

2019 Winter Universiade2019 Cup of Russia Final2019 European Championships2019 Russian Nationals2018 GP Internationaux de France
No video found​
2018 GP Helsinki
SP:
FS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7SCbwGISEc&list=RDQMUJ6Hqi6rfVc&index=11
2018 CS Finlandia Trophy2018 CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy
2017/2018
SP: "Corazón Espinado" by Tania Blanco / "I Like It" by The Blackout All-Stars
FS: "Anna Karenina" (soundtrack) by Dario Marianelli; choreo. by Olga Kliushnichenko

2018 World Championships2018 World Junior Championships2018 St. Petersburg Championships2018 Russian Junior Championships2018 Russian Nationals2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​
2017 CS Tallinn Trophy
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​
2017 CS Warsaw Cup3rd stage of Cup of Russia 20172nd stage of Cup of Russia 20172017 JGP Minsk, Belarus1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2017
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​

2016/2017
SP: "The Sleeping Beauty" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
FS: "Alegría" by Cirque du Soleil

2017 World Junior Championships2017 Cup of Russia Final2017 Russian Junior Championships2017 Russian Nationals2016 Russian-Chinese Youth Games
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​
2016 CS Tallinn Trophy4th stage of Cup of Russia 2016
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​
3rd stage of Cup of Russia 2016
SP: no video found
FS: no video found​
2016 JGP Pokal der Blauen Schwerter Dresden, Germany2016 JGP Saransk, Russia1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2016
2015/2016
SP: "The Sleeping Beauty" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
FS: "Alegría" by Cirque du Soleil
2016 Cup of Russia Final2016 Russian Junior Championships2015 Leo Scheu Memorial (Ice Challenge)2nd stage of Cup of Russia 20151st stage of Cup of Russia 2015
2012/2013

2013 Volvo Open Cup Riga, Latvia2012 Tallinn Trophy
Competitive History​

The table contains all the international competitions and domestic competitions starting from the 2015/2016 season. All the results from Russian domestic competitions prior to 2015/2016 season are summarized in the form of a list below the table.

Domestic competitions in azure.

CompetitionLevelSPFSTotal
2019/20
2020 Russian ChampionshipsSenior9 (66.00)15 (114.34)13 (180.34)
Championships of Saint-Petersburg 2020Senior2 (73.50)3 (139.30)2 (197.59)
2019 Rostelecom CupSenior11 (54.36)11 (102.58)11 (156.94)
2019 Skate AmericaSenior11 (48.27)12 (95.12)11 (143.39)
2019 CS Ondrej Nepela MemorialSenior5 (58.19)9 (104.06)7 (162.25)
The Aurora Games 2019
(Non ISU scoring)
Senior21 ( 3 way tie)2 (Team)
2018/2019
2019 Winter UniversiadeSenior2 (70.25)3 (135.66)3 (205.91)
2019 Cup of Russia FinalSenior2 (75.47)6 (131.20)4 (206.67)
2019 European ChampionshipsSenior11 (56.76)2 (132.96)4 (189.72)
2019 Russian NationalsSenior4 (74.40)5 (138.52)4 (212.92)
2018 GP Internationaux de FranceSenior10 (54.91)4 (134.76)5 (189.67)
2018 GP HelsinkiSenior4 (62.56)3 (135.01)2 (197.57)
2018 CS Finlandia TrophySenior3 (65.39)4 (121.74)4 (187.13)
2018 CS Ondrej Nepela TrophySenior3 (65.03)3 (114.99)3 (180.02)
2017/2018
2018 World ChampionshipsSenior16 (59.19)20 (93.84)19 (153.03)
2018 World Junior ChampionshipsJunior6 (62.63)5 (123.72)4 (186.35)
2018 St. Petersburg ChampionshipsSenior(69.06)WDWD
2018 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior12 (66.40)2 (139.87)3 (206.27)
2018 Russian NationalsSenior10 (66.51)3 (144.77)4 (211.28)
2017 CS Golden Spin of ZagrebSenior2 (67.47)1 (132.21)1 (199.68)
2017 CS Tallinn TrophySenior1 (64.41)1 (126.34)1 (190.75)
2017 CS Warsaw CupSenior2 (59.84)2 (114.59)2 (174.43)
3rd stage of Cup of Russia 2017Senior2 (68.68)3 (126.00)3 (194.68)
2nd stage of Cup of Russia 2017Senior1 (73.22)1 (134.63)1 (207.85)
2017 JGP BelarusJunior3 (59.85)2 (122.13)3 (181.98)
1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2017Senior3 (201.76)
2016/2017
2017 World Junior ChampionshipsJunior6 (58.90)6 (103.94)6 (162.84)
2017 Cup of Russia FinalSenior9 (51.29)WDWD
2017 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior2 (70.25)3 (130.60)2 (200.85)
2017 Russian NationalsSenior7 (68.34)7 (131.85)6 (200.19)
2016 Russian-Chinese Youth GamesJunior

3 (164.60)
2016 CS Tallinn TrophySenior1 (63.85)1 (123.12)1 (186.97)
4th stage of Cup of Russia 2016Senior2 (70.28)1 (123.53)2 (193.81)
3rd stage of Cup of Russia 2016Senior1 (67.46)2 (126.26)2 (193.72)
2016 JGP GermanyJunior3 (59.00)4 (113.06)4 (172.06)
2016 JGP RussiaJunior2 (64.38)3 (110.82)2 (175.20)
1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg


2 (174.22)
2015/2016
2016 Russian Elder Age ChampionshipsAdvanced Novice1 (68.80)6 (119.23)2 (188.03)
2016 Russian SpartakiadeJunior1 (66.68)1 (128.56)1 (195.24)
2016 Cup of Russia FinalJunior1 (65.66)1 (118.02)1 (183.68)
2016 St. Petersburg ChampionshipsJunior1 (69.38)1 (128.51)1 (197.89)
2016 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior5 (64.19)11 (105.36)8 (169.55)
2015 CS Tallinn TrophyJunior1 (68.36)1 (123.50)1 (191.86)
2015 Leo Scheu Memorial (Ice Challenge)Junior1 (63.66)1 (105.35)1 (169.01)
2015 Panin MemorialJunior

2 (174.94)
2nd stage of Cup of Russia 2015Junior2 (63.56)8 (104.48)4 (168.04)
1st stage of Cup of Russia 2015Junior3 (62.06)4 (113.69)3 (175.75)
1st Stage Cup of Saint Petersburg Junior

1 (173.38)
2014/2015
2015 St. Petersburg ChampionshipsSenior1 (55.93)WDWD
2015 Russian Elder Age Championships - Junior6 (57.04)4 (108.52)4 (165.54)
2015 Competition for the prizes of St. Petersburg Figure Skating Federation (FFKK)Junior1 (62.18)4 (103.54) 1 (165.72)
2015 Cup of Russia Final Junior8 (51.97)
4 (101.94)
5 (153.91)
2015 Russian Junior ChampionshipsJunior8 (58.40)17 (74.28)17 (132.68)
2014 Tallinn TrophyJunior1 (50.59)
4 (76.35)
2 (126.94)
4th stage of Cup of Russia 2013Junior1 (62.17)
4 (98.65)
3 (160.82)
3rd stage of Cup of Russia 2014Junior3 (54.97)
3 (104.35)
3 (159.32))
2014 Panin MemorialJunior2 (53.08)1 (111.30)1 (164.38)
2nd stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2014 Junior2 ((59.84)2 (102.55)2 (162.39)
1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2014Junior7 (49.40)
13 (85.22)12 (134.62)
2013/2014
2014 St. Petersburg Championships Junior3 (53.19)
3 (93.17)
3 (146.36)
2014 Dragon Trophy Ljubljana, SloveniaAdvanced Novice1 (43.72)1 (79.53)1 (123.25)
5th stage of Cup of Russia 2013Junior8 (51.49)
11 (94.81)
11 (146.30)
3rd stage of Cup of Russia 2013 Junior6 (48.01)
4 (96.43)
4 (144.44)
1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2013Junior2 (49.87)
2 (88.55)2 (138.47)
2012/2013
2013 Cup of St. Petersburg Final Junior--2 (127.81)
2013 St. Petersburg Younger Age Championships
Elements 5 (36.80)
Advanced Novice5 (44.53)6 (79.63)6 (160.96)
2013 St. Petersburg Championships Junior3 (48.76)5 (73.78)4 (122.54)
2013 Volvo Open Cup Riga, LatviaAdvanced Novice1 (34.21)2 (54.77)2 (88.98)
2012 Panin Memorial Junior15 (36.42)
10 (77.07)
12 (113.49)
2012 Tallinn TrophyJunior2 (42.86)1 (82.76)1 (125.62)
3rd stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2012 Junior5 (42.13)5 (81.35)4 (123.48)
2nd stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2012 Junior4 (44.69)5 (77.73)5 (122.42)
1st stage of Cup of St. Petersburg 2012Junior9 (38.96)
7 (78.17)7 (117.13)
2011/2012
2012 St. Petersburg Younger Age Championships
Elements 16 (21.80)
Advanced Novice7 (37.32)
10 (60.54)
10 (119.66)
2011 Tallinn TrophyAdvanced Novice1(31.45)
9 (45.13)
7 (76.58)
2010/2011
2011 St. Petersburg Younger Age Championships Elements 14 (17.40)Basic Novice12(30.64)11 (54.61)12(102.65)



Articles and Interviews

21 November 2018 - GS article by Tatjana Flade: "Stanislava Konstantinova: Focus on the positive" - https://goldenskate.com/2018/11/stanislava-konstantinova-focus-on-the-positive/

5 November 2018 - video interview "Tea or Coffe: Stanislava Konstantinova" by Die Katze Lucinda (Russian with English subtitles) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuhLjyU3RB0

5 March 2017 - GS article by Tatjana Flade: "Stanislava Konstantinova: Everyone has their own path" - https://goldenskate.com/2017/03/stanislava-konstantinova/

Original Post

I see great potential here. She is kind of a late bloomer since she hasn't even skated any JGP events despite the fact that she is born in 2000. Anyway, she has had a good and very promising season, although she failed at the Russian Junior Championships where she was only 8th.

She has won two international events this season - The Tallinn Trophy (J) where she scored above 190 points and beat Alisa Fedichkina by 16 points. She also won Leo Scheu Memorial (J). She has also won the Russian Cup final where she again beat Alisa Fedichkina among others. She has been named as a substitute for Junior Worlds.

We will see what the future holds for her but I expect that next season will be her international breakthrough season.​
 
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I was actually preparing OP for her but you were ahead of me! How dare you... :eek:hwell: Joking aside, I'm happy there are more people who are seeing great potential in her! Thank you for starting her thread :hap10:

I really hope she'll get 2 JGP next season. She has huge jumps and she's a great artist on ice. Love her!
 

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Thanks for starting this thread! I don't really follow junior skaters but noticed Stanislava because she is trained by same coach as Mikhail Kolyada. She has a potential and I look forward to seeing more of her next season. Now that they have more specialists working with the group (off-ice coach and ice dancer) we will sure see a lot of improvement. Her choreo is interesting.
 

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There's another interview after SP at Cup of Russia.
Translation of the part posted in Kolyada thread:
Interview with Stanislava Konstantinova
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC08z7YdsZs
She was asked about Misha - what she can learn from him at practices, and what he could learn from her: she answered that Misha is cool-headed in every practice, he is always positive, there're no whims, he is doing everything precise and calm. She was a bit confused to say what he can learn from her, but finally said that may be her practicies are more intensive. That she prepares phisically good, she thinks it gives her a good result.

As I have half made it, I'd like to share my OP. I haven't reached to the past seasons but it's a comprehensive list of all the competitions she attended this season. She had a good season, winning 5 competitions, including 2 international events!

Link
ISU Bio
FSkate Bio
Instagram

Programs

SeasonSeg.Music TitleChoreographer
2015/16SPSleeping Beauty by TchaikovskyOlga Klyushnichenko
FSMusic from Cirque de SoleilOlga Klyushnichenko

Competitive History

SeasonDateEventResultSPFSVideo
2015/1616-20/02/16Cup of Russia Final (KMC)183.68 | Gold65.66 | 1118.02 | 3SP Int. FS Int.
10-13/02/16St. Petersburg Championships (KMC)197.89 | Gold69.38 | 1128.51 | 1Clip
19-23/09/16Russian Junior Championships169.55 | 8th64.19 | 5105.36 | 11SP FS
18-22/11/15Tallin Trophy (Jr)191.86 | Gold68.36 | 1123.50 | 1
27-31/10/15Leo Scheu Memorial (Jr)169.01 | Gold63.66 | 1105.35 | 1FS
19-22/10/15Panin Memorial174.94 | Silver56.28 | 6118.66 | 1SP FS
8-12/10/15Cup of Russia II (KMC)168.04 | 4th63.56 | 2104.48 | 8SP FS
17-21/09/15Cup of Russia I (KMC)175.75 | Bronze62.06 | 3113.69 | 4SP FS
24-28/08/15Cup of St. Petersburg I (KMC)173.38 | Gold--SP FS
 
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Stanya will skate at the III Russian Winter Games final next week. Sotskova and Sima among others will be there also.
 

Perdita

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Stanya will skate at the III Russian Winter Games final next week. Sotskova and Sima among others will be there also.

Thanks for the info! Do you happen to know whether someone will replace Polina or not (she's not going right..!?)??
 

The Finn

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Thanks for the info! Do you happen to know whether someone will replace Polina or not (she's not going right..!?)??

Polina are on the list of skaters who are suppose to skate there but I am pretty sure she will not skate there. Don't know if she will be replaced by other skater.
 
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Polina are on the list of skaters who are suppose to skate there but I am pretty sure she will not skate there. Don't know if she will be replaced by other skater.

Thanks! We'll see in few days anyway. Hope there will be a live streaming...!
 

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By the way, soon after Russian Winter Games Stanya will compete at the Nationals Elder Age which will be held 1–4 April. Gubanova, Samodurova, Tarusina, Mukhortova, Vasilyeva and Panenkova will be there also.
 

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Love it! I think this lady is even ready to challenge seniors! But I guess she aims for the JGP spots next season.

She will compete in juniors next season and that is why she will compete at the Nationals Elder Age next week. She needs to do well there if she wants to be included in Russia's JGP team because she didn't do well at the Russian Junior Championships.
 

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Congratulations @ stanislava2000 victory! And really I hope that thanks to the victories of the season at the end of Stasya how to pay attention, and do not turn out like this season when she was left without YUGP stages.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BDYfCr4R9fg/

I agree with Sharov. She should have got atleast one JGP event this season, probably two. Also, hopefully Russian Fed can count their spots and skaters better in the future because they really messed up there this season and because of that they couldn't use one of their ladies' spot. That was SO stupid mistake by the Russian fed.
 

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Wow what a big win for Stanislava. All she needs is to show she is ready come test skates and I am sure she will get at least hopefully 2 spots.
 
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