Team Svetlana Panova

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Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
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Svetlana Panova is a Russian figure skating coach who coaches at "Snow Leopards" in Moscow. She is still a relatively new coach but appears to be very good at it :biggrin:. Her fskate.ru page: http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/2248.html

Her current students include:
Alena Kanysheva: https://www.goldenskate.com/forum/showthread.php?66696
Ksenia Sinitsyna: https://www.goldenskate.com/forum/showthread.php?66609
Anastasia Kostyuk: https://www.goldenskate.com/forum/showthread.php?69164
Anna Kuzmenko: https://www.goldenskate.com/forum/showthread.php?75662-Anna-Kuzmenko

Ksenia Tsibinova
Ksenia Starodubtseva
Anastasia Shabotova
Anna Frolova
Elizaveta Medvedeva

Younger skaters:
Viktoria Sinyavina
Anastasia Zinina

Milana Zhabina
Elizaveta Kulikova
Sabina Lokhmatova
Elizaveta Safronova
Agniya Swinzicca

Her former students include:
Maria Sotskova
Anastasia Tarakanova

I think that Svetlana is doing for well for her comparative lack of coaching resources, and I love watching many of her students :luv17:
 

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
Record Breaker
Joined
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Updated accordingly. Is Tsibinova with her? fskate.ru is down so I can't check
 

Spirals for Miles

Anna Shcherbakova is my World Champion
Record Breaker
Joined
Aug 25, 2017
Two of her students will be at the Russian-Chinese youth games in Ufa this week! Good luck Ksusha Sinitsyna and Nastya Kostyuk! :hap10:
 

Alexz

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We need more info about Svetlana Panova and her young panovers!

She is a very ambitious and perspective coach. Her coaching talent is possibly of Eteri's caliber.

Any interesting and thoughtful interviews or TV fluff pieces?
 

j00mla

Made in USSR
Final Flight
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Jan 2, 2017
We need more info about Svetlana Panova and her young panovers!

She is a very ambitious and perspective coach. Her coaching talent is possibly of Eteri's caliber.

Any interesting and thoughtful interviews or TV fluff pieces?

That's what I was also thinking recently. Every time when I look at the list of participants of any Russian competition, at first I look for Eteri' girls, and then girls of Panova. If there are both, the tournament will be 100% successful.
 
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