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Maxim Leonidovich Trankov (Russian: Макси́м Леони́дович Транько́в, born 7 October 1983) is a Russian pair skater. With Tatiana Volosozhar, he is a two-time 2014 Olympic champion in the pairs and in team events, the 2013 World champion, a four-time (2012, 2013, 2014, 2016) European champion, the 2012 Grand Prix Final champion, and a three-time (2011, 2013, 2016) Russian national champion. They have also won six events on the Grand Prix series. With former partner Maria Mukhortova, Trankov is the 2008 European silver medalist, the 2007 Russian national champion, and the 2005 World Junior champion. Volosozhar and Trankov are the current World record holders for the short program. They are the first figure skaters to win two gold medals at the same Olympics, having taken gold in pairs and in the inaugural team event.

Contents

1 Personal life 2 Early years 3 Partnership with Mukhortova 4 Partnership with Volosozhar

4.1 Beginnings 4.2 2010–2011 season 4.3 2011–2012 season 4.4 2012–2013 season 4.5 2013–2014 season 4.6 2014-2015 season 4.7 2015–2016 season 4.8 2016–2017 season

5 Records and achievements

5.1 List of world record scores set by Volosozhar/Trankov

6 Programs

6.1 With Volosozhar 6.2 With Mukhortova

7 Competitive highlights

7.1 With Volosozhar 7.2 With Mukhortova

8 Detailed results

8.1 With Volosozhar

9 References 10 External links

Personal life[edit] Maxim Trankov
Maxim Trankov
was born in Perm. His mother competed in running and 400 meter hurdles, while his father, Leonid, was involved in equestrian sports and taught him to ride a horse.[9][10] Leonid Trankov died on 20 January 2013.[11][12] Trankov is a fan of Russian hip-hop and writes music himself.[13] He has an elder brother, Alexei.[14] In February 2015, it was publicly announced his engagement to his skating partner, Tatiana Volosozhar.[15] They got married on August 18, 2015.[16] They are expecting their first child, a daughter, in February 2017.[citation needed] Early years[edit] Trankov first stepped onto the ice in the fall of 1987 in Perm; his parents wanted him involved in a sport.[14] He left skating for a while but returned and joined the husband-and-wife coaches Valeri Tiukov and Valentina Tiukova.[14][17] Trankov was growing quite tall and a coach suggested he take up pair skating when he was 11.[9][14][18] He recalled, "I said no at first because I was afraid to grab the hand of a girl, but I tried it and then I liked it."[18] He first skated with Olesya Korchagina for two years, then Ksenia Vasilieva for two years, then Irina Bogomolova. In the summer of 1999 at age 15, he was invited to Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg
to skate with Irina Ulanova, the daughter of Lyudmila Smirnova and Alexei Ulanov.[13][14] Trankov and fellow pair skater Alexander Smirnov lived at the rink, sleeping in the stands or in the coaches' room, and struggled for food but told their parents they were staying in a dormitory.[10] After about a year and a half, Trankov moved in with soldiers who had quarters under the tribune.[13] He was given one free cafeteria meal a day and someone would occasionally bring him food.[13] After three years, he was able to get his own apartment.[13] Ulanova/Trankov skated together for three years and were fifth at the Russian Junior Championships,[14] but the partnership dissolved when he was 18 due to height and jumping issues.[10] An acquaintance suggested a partner in the United States
United States
but Trankov's visa application was declined.[10] He joined husband-and-wife coaches Ludmila Velikova and Nikolai Velikov shortly after in 2002.[14] He skated for one year with Natalia Shestakova; had he joined the group a few months earlier, the Velikovs would have paired him with Julia Obertas.[10] Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
/ Pavel Lebedev were also in the same practice group; in 2002, Mukhortova declined to switch partners due to her good results with Lebedev but friction with him would lead her to accept Trankov's offer a year later.[13] Partnership with Mukhortova[edit]

Mukhortova and Trankov at the 2010 European Championships

Trankov teamed up with Mukhortova in 2003.[19] They were coached by Ludmila Velikova and Nikolai Velikov.[9] In their first season together, they won the bronze medal at the Junior Grand Prix Final and at the World Junior Championships, both times placing behind Shestakova/Lebedev. They also won the Russian junior title. The following season, they won gold medals on the junior Grand Prix circuit and also debuted on the senior Grand Prix circuit at 2004 Cup of Russia
Russia
where they finished 6th. They went on to win the Junior Grand Prix Final and then the 2005 World Junior title.[20] During the 2005–06 season, Mukhortova/Trankov were given two senior Grand Prix assignments. They placed seventh at Skate Canada
Canada
and fourth at Cup of Russia. Having taken the bronze medal at the senior Russian Nationals, the pair was sent to the 2006 World Championships following the withdrawal of Olympic champions Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin. They finished 12th in their senior World debut. Early in their career together, they were known for their stormy partnership and frequent coaching changes.[21] The Velikovs suggested he team up with Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
but the topic was dropped following the 2006 World Championships when the pair switched coaches to Tamara Moskvina.[10] Arguments between Trankov and Mukhortova were frequent and they split up briefly.[10][22] Although Trankov was interested in skating with Volosozhar, he assumed she would decline because she appeared happy in her partnership with Stanislav Morozov.[10] He resumed skating with Mukhortova but the quarrels continued and Moskvina transferred the pair to Artur Dmitriev
Artur Dmitriev
in August 2006.[19][23] In a 2011 interview, Trankov conceded they had not been ideal students, "Frankly, if I were her I would have kicked us out even earlier."[24] In late 2006, they were on the verge of ending their career together, however, Tatiana Tarasova dissuaded them and contacted Oleg Vasiliev to take them on as students.[21] The pair began working with him in December 2006.[19][25] During the 2006–07 season, Mukhortova/Trankov placed fifth at Skate America and seventh at Cup of Russia. They then won the Russian national title, finishing nearly 14 points ahead of silver medalists Julia Obertas
Julia Obertas
/ Sergei Slavnov, but had to withdraw from the 2007 European Championships after Mukhortova sustained an injury in practice. The pair returned in time for the World Championships but made little improvement on their previous season's result, placing 11th. The following season, Mukhortova/Trankov won their first Grand Prix medal, bronze at 2007 Trophée Eric Bompard and placed fourth at Cup of Russia. They were unable to defend their national title, placing second to Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
/ Alexander Smirnov with a gap of ten points. They finished ahead of Kavaguti/Smirnov by two points at the 2008 European Championships and won the silver medal. Mukhortova/Trankov then placed seventh at the 2008 World Championships. They had to take a short break in the middle of their long program at Worlds due to swelling in Trankov's arm and completed the program after some alterations to his costume.[13] Vasiliev said Trankov had a problem with his arm which took a couple months to ascertain and treat.[26] When the season ended, Vasiliev focused on improving Trankov's basic skating, noting Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy's deep edges and flow.[26] His coaches in Perm
Perm
had not emphasized these skills but Vasiliev was pleased by Trankov's progress toward making up the deficit.[26] They also worked on the triple twist to improve the split and add more difficulty.[26]

Mukhortova/Trankov perform a carry lift with the man in a spread eagle

During the preceding season, Trankov had been skating with a neck injury, which first appeared during the Grand Prix events.[26] He said, "I luxated the first cervical vertebrae, and this is the one that holds the head. The doctor told me that you can't fix it with massage but only with osteopathy which needs a lot of time. We're doing that now and I feel that my body is adjusting. My body already orientated itself to the left. I adjusted to the left, for the jumps and for everything else, and that wasn't good. It's better now and I didn't have any problems anymore with my arm during the last one and a half months. Obviously I was doing less lifts and twists, but I started doing more now and so far it's fine."[26] For a time, however, the injury had put his future in doubt and led Mukhortova to try out with a French skater.[27] In the 2008–09 season, Mukhortova/Trankov enjoyed considerable success with their short program, but tended to struggle in the long. They won the bronze medal at 2008 Skate America
2008 Skate America
and silver at 2008 Trophée Eric Bompard, qualifying them for their first senior Grand Prix Final where they finished sixth. After placing second behind Kavaguti/Smirnov for the second year at the Russian Championships, they took the bronze medal at the 2009 European Championships and finished fifth at the 2009 World Championships. For the 2009–10 season, Mukhortova/Trankov were assigned to the Trophee Eric Bompard. They set a new overall personal best score and won the gold medal ahead of two-time World champions Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy.[28] They were silver medalists at their second Grand Prix event, Skate Canada, and won another bronze medal at the 2010 European Championships. The pair finished seventh at the 2010 Winter Olympics and fourth at the 2010 World Championships held in Turin, Italy, in March 2010. Shortly thereafter, they decided to split.[21] Trankov cited tensions in the working relationship with Vasiliev and said he even considered retiring from competitive skating.[27] He and Mukhortova continued skating together in shows until the end of April due to contractual obligations.[29] Partnership with Volosozhar[edit] Beginnings[edit] In March 2010, rumors emerged that Trankov might team up with the Ukrainian Tatiana Volosozhar.[30] Trankov moved from Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg
to train in Moscow,[31] beginning training with Volosozhar the week of May 17.[29] They are coached by Nina Mozer.[24][32] Stanislav Morozov
Stanislav Morozov
is their assistant coach, helping them with their elements.[33] Igor Tchinaev was their short program choreographer, with Nikolai Morozov choreographing the long program.[31][34] Nikolai Morozov also worked with them on their stroking to reduce energy loss.[10] The pair had some differences in technique—Volosozhar had to change pace on the entry to the twist as well as adapt to a different hold during throw jumps, while Trankov had to adjust his jumps to match his new partner.[35] 2010–2011 season[edit] Volosozhar/Trankov initially performed in domestic Russian cup events and other tests.[32] In late December 2010, they won gold at the 2011 Russian Championships,[36][37] defeating Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
/ Alexander Smirnov, the reigning national champions and World bronze medalists. Per ISU regulations, Volosozhar was barred from international competition for one year from her last event representing Ukraine, the 2010 Winter Olympics.[31][38] As a result, the pair missed much of the 2010–11 season, including the Grand Prix series and the European Championships. She became eligible for international competition on 16 February 2011, in time for the Mont Blanc Trophy, where the pair competed in order to meet the ISU's minimum technical score requirements for the World Championships.[18] They did so easily and won the event by a sizable margin.[39] The pair decided to fly in early for the World Championships and landed in Tokyo
Tokyo
three hours before the earthquake.[40] The event was rescheduled and moved to Moscow. At the 2011 Worlds, Volosozhar/Trankov placed third in the short program,[41] second in the free skate, and won the silver medal behind 2008–09 champions Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy
Robin Szolkowy
and ahead of the defending champions, Qing Pang
Qing Pang
/ Jian Tong.[42] It was the first World medal for both partners. The pair are one of few in modern times to reach the World podium in their first season together and in their first appearance at a major international event. Media coverage of the event noted their fast development and their potential for the future.[43][44] Volosozhar said, "We didn't even think about the silver medal (before Worlds). We thought, maybe we can get the bronze. The result was completely unexpected for us. The most impressive moment of the championships was how enthusiastic the spectators were even before our short program, and I'll never forget how they gave us a standing ovation after the free program."[31][45] 2011–2012 season[edit]

Volosozhar/Trankov at 2012 World Championships.

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2011 Trophée Bompard

During the off-season, Volosozhar/Trankov performed in shows and prepared for the new season in Novogorsk, as well as a few weeks in New Jersey.[31][46] In the summer, Trankov sustained a shoulder injury while skating on unsharpened blades since no one with the expertise was available at the time; As a result, they stopped working on lifts for a while.[47] Volosozhar/Trankov began the 2011–12 season with wins at their two September competitions, the 2011 Nebelhorn Trophy and the 2011 Ondrej Nepela Memorial. Trankov partly tore a groin tendon at the Nepela Memorial.[47] On the Grand Prix series, the pair won Skate Canada
Canada
with a combined score of 201.38 points and then won the 2011 Trophée Eric Bompard to qualify for the Grand Prix Final.[48] Trankov's inguinal rings (groin) injury caused them to change a pair spin at the Grand Prix Final.[49] Volosozhar/Trankov were the leaders after the short program but placed second to Savchenko/Szolkowy in the free skate and were awarded the silver medal — only 0.18 of point separating the two teams at the end of the competition. At the post-event press conference, they said they would miss Russian Nationals in order to recover fully from their injuries.[47][50] At the 2012 European Championships, Volosozhar/Trankov placed first in both programs and won their first European title.[51] They were eighth in the short program at the 2012 World Championships in Nice, France, after both fell on a death spiral.[52] Trankov commented on the ice quality, saying "It is soft in some places, brittle in others. I guess it is ok if you skate right after ice resurfacing, but if you are the last one to skate in the second group, it is quite another story."[53] Volosozhar/Trankov rebounded to place first in the free skate with a new personal best score of 140.90 in the segment.[54] With a total score 0.11 points less than Savchenko/Szolkowy, they won their second World silver medal and received a small gold medal for the free skate. 2012–2013 season[edit]

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2013 World Championships podium.

In preparation for the 2012–13 season, the pair spent nearly three months in the U.S. in the summer of 2012 and then spent some time training in Italy.[55] Volosozhar/Trankov won both of their Grand Prix assignments, the 2012 Skate America and the 2012 Cup of Russia, and qualified for the 2012–13 Grand Prix Final in Sochi, Russia. At the Final, they were first in the short program, second in the long program, and won the gold medal ahead of Russian teammates Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov. Volosozhar/Trankov then won their second national title, at the 2013 Russian Championships. Trankov's father died of a sudden heart attack on 20 January 2013, a few days before the 2013 European Championships; an official confirmed the pair would compete at the event.[11] They placed first in both programs and won the gold medal with a total score of 212.45—more than seven points ahead of silver medalists Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Robin Szolkowy. At the post-event press conference, Volosozhar said, "It is difficult to raise the mood at this time, but I am glad we made the decision to compete here."[56] Volosozhar/Trankov spent some time training in West Orange, New Jersey
New Jersey
just prior to the 2013 World Championships in London, Ontario.[57] In March, the pair won their first World title, placing first in both programs and finishing 20.15 points overall ahead of Savchenko/Szolkowy. They set a new pairs' world record in the free skate and combined score (225.71 points) and became Russia's first pairs gold medalists since 2005 when Totmianina/Marinin won the World title. At their first team event, the 2013 World Team Trophy, Volosozhar/Trankov placed first in pairs and Team Russia
Russia
finished fourth overall. 2013–2014 season[edit]

Trankov at the awarding ceremony for Russian athletes with President Vladimir Putin

Volosozhar/Trankov trained in Moscow, Sochi, West Orange, New Jersey, and Italy
Italy
in preparation for the 2013–14 season and planned to perform in a reduced number of shows.[57][58] The pair started their season with gold at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy, breaking their own world record scores and scoring a total of 231.96 points. They also won gold at their two Grand Prix events, the 2013 Skate America and 2013 NHK Trophy. At Skate America, Volosozhar/Trankov broke their world records again—posting scores of 83.05 (SP), 154.66 (FS), and 237.71 (total)—while at the NHK Trophy they obtained a total of 236.49 points. Having qualified for their third Grand Prix Final, they were second to Savchenko/Szolkowy in Fukuoka, Japan, and then took the gold medal at the 2014 European Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Volosozhar/Trankov were sent to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi
Sochi
and assigned to the short program in the inaugural team event. The pair placed first in their segment and Team Russia
Russia
went on to win the gold medal. Volosozhar/Trankov broke their world record again in the pairs skate, posting a score of 84.17 to come in first in the short program and placed first in the free skate with an overall score of 236.86 points, winning the gold medal by more than 18.18 points ahead of silver medalists, teammates Ksenia Stolbova
Ksenia Stolbova
and Fedor Klimov. Trankov was the flag bearer of Russia
Russia
at the closing ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics.[59] Volosozhar/Trankov received the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" Award 4th class with Russian President Vladimir Putin handing the state awards.[60] 2014-2015 season[edit] For the 2014-2015 Grand Prix season, Volosozhar/Trankov were assigned to Skate America
Skate America
and Rostelecom Cup.[61] However, the pair ultimately decided to withdraw due to Trankov's shoulder injury that will require a surgery. They decided to sit out the whole season for Trankov's surgery rehabilitation.[62] 2015–2016 season[edit] For the 2015–2016 Grand Prix season, after sitting out the previous season; Volosozhar/Trankov returned to competition at the 2015 Nebelhorn Trophy where they won the gold medal with a score of 202.79 points. They were assigned to the 2015 Trophée Éric Bompard and the 2015 NHK Trophy as their Grand Prix events. Volosozhar and Trankov were first in the short program at the Trophee Eric Bompard, a result that became final after the second day of the competition was cancelled in the wake of the November 2015 Paris attacks.[63] They withdrew from the NHK Trophy due to an injury suffered by Volosozhar.[64] Recovering from her injury; Volosozhar and Trankov decided to compete at the 2016 Russian Championships scheduled on December 24–27 in Ekaterinburg, Russia. They placed first in both the short program and free skate to win their third National title. On January 27–31, Volosozhar/Trankov competed at the 2016 European Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia, where they placed first in both the short and free skate winning the gold medal with a total of 222.66 points, outclassing the second-place finishers by more than 22 points, Germans Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
and her new pairs partner Bruno Massot.[65] 2016–2017 season[edit] Volosozhar and Trankov decided to skip the season, and announced they were expecting a baby.[66] Records and achievements[edit]

First pair skaters in history to win both the Olympics gold medal in pairs and in the inaugural team event. First pair skaters to break the 220 mark in the overall score, achieved at the 2013 World Championships (225.71). First pair skaters to break the 230 mark in the overall score, achieved at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
(231.96). First pair skaters to break the 80 mark in the short program, achieved at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
(81.65). First pair skaters to break the 150 mark in the free skate, achieved at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
2013 Nebelhorn Trophy
(150.31). Former world record holder for the pairs' combined total score, achieved at the 2013 Skate America (237.71) and held the record to 22 March 2018. Current world record holder for the pairs' short program score, achieved at the 2014 Winter Olympics (84.17). Former world record holder for the pairs' free skating score, achieved at the 2013 Skate America (154.66) and held the record to 11 November 2017.

List of world record scores set by Volosozhar/Trankov[edit]

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2012 Rostelecom Cup.

Combined total records [67]

Date Score Event Note

20 October 2013 237.71 2013 Skate America The record was broken by Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
Bruno Massot
on 22 March 2018.

27 September 2013 231.96 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy They became the first pair to score above 230 points.

15 March 2013 225.71 2013 World Championships They became the first pair to score above 220 points.

Short program records [68]

Date Score Event Note

11 February 2014 84.17 2014 Winter Olympics Current World record score.

17 January 2014 83.98 2014 European Championships

19 October 2013 83.05 2013 Skate America

26 September 2013 81.65 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy They became the first pair to score above 80 points in SP.

Free skating
Free skating
records [69]

Date Score Event Note

20 October 2013 154.66 2013 Skate America The record was broken by Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
/ Han Cong
Han Cong
on 11 November 2017.

27 September 2013 150.31 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy They became the first pair to score above 150 points in FS.

15 March 2013 149.87 2013 World Championships

Programs[edit]

Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov
Maxim Trankov
in Art on Ice 2014

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2012 World Championships

With Volosozhar[edit]

Season Short program Free skating Exhibition

2015–2016 [70]

Nagada Sang Dhol Indian Themed Music by Siddharth-Garima choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Wojciech Kilar Van Helsing by Alan Silvestri choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Opyat' Metel' (Russian: Опять Метель) (from The Irony of Fate 2) by Alla Pugacheva
Alla Pugacheva
and Kristina Orbakaitė

Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love performed by Tina Louise

2014–2015 [71]

Nagada Sang Dhol Indian Themed Music by Siddharth-Garima choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Dracula by Philip Glass Van Helsing by Alan Silvestri choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love performed by Tina Louise

Stars by Nelly Furtado

Another Love by Tom Odell

2013–2014 [72]

Masquerade Waltz by Aram Khachaturian

Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Skyfall by Adele

One Man's Dream by Yanni

2012–2013 [73]

Love Theme from The Godfather by Nino Rota

Violin Muse by Ikuko Kawai (Based on: Partita for Violin No. 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach Chaconne by Tomaso Vitali )

Opyat' Metel' (Russian: Опять Метель) (from The Irony of Fate 2) by Alla Pugacheva
Alla Pugacheva
and Kristina Orbakaitė

2011–2012 [46][74][75][76]

Bring me to life by Evanescence arranged by Alex Goldshtein

Black Swan by Clint Mansell, Pyotr Tchaikovsky choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Yeah Right by Dionne Bromfield

Aimer (from Roméo et Juliette, de la Haine à l'Amour)

Super Mario

2010–2011 [77][78]

Carmina Burana by Carl Orff choreographed by Igor Tchinaev

Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev choreographed by Nikolai Morozov

Super Mario choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

L'Amore sei tu by Katherine Jenkins choreo. by Nikolai Morozov

Opyat' Metel' (Опять Метель) (from The Irony of Fate 2) by Alla Pugacheva, Kristina Orbakaite choreo. by Alexander Zhulin

One Man's Dream by Yanni choreo. by Alexander Zhulin

With Mukhortova[edit]

Season Short program Free skating Exhibition

2009–2010[19]

Appassionata by Secret Garden

Love Story by Francis Lai Cinema Paradiso Ennio Morricone
Ennio Morricone
and Andrea Morricone

Une Vie d'Amour sung by Mireille Mathieu
Mireille Mathieu
and Charles Aznavour

2008–2009[79]

Nobody Home by Pink Floyd performed by London Symphonic Orchestra

The Lady and the Hooligan by Dmitri Shostakovich

Russian: Соглашайся хотя бы на рай в шалаше by Diana Arbenina

2007–2008[80]

Otonal by Raúl di Blasio

Prelude in C sharp minor by Sergei Rachmaninov

Adagio by Secret Garden

2006–2007[81]

Music for Cinema by Alfred Schnittke

Elegy by Sergei Rachmaninov

Tale of Wandering by Alfred Schnittke

2005–2006[82]

Baxter (soundtrack)

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Sergei Rachmaninov

Russian: Дождик осенний from The Turkish Gambit (film) by Olga Krasko

2004–2005[83]

Quidam from Cirque du Soleil by René Dupéré

El dia que me quieras by Raúl di Blasio

Russian: Дождик осенний from The Turkish Gambit by Olga Krasko

2003–2004[84]

Melodies of the White Night soundtrack by Isaac Schwartz

El dia que me quieras by Raúl di Blasio

Buddha Bar Safri Duo

Competitive highlights[edit]

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2013 Skate America

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2012 Nebelhorn Trophy

With Volosozhar[edit]

Results[85]

International

Event 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16

Olympics

1st

Worlds 2nd 2nd 1st

6th

Europeans

1st 1st 1st

1st

Grand Prix Final

2nd 1st 2nd

GP Bompard

1st

1st[86]

GP Cup of China

WD

GP NHK Trophy

1st

WD

GP Rostelecom

1st

GP Skate America

1st 1st WD

GP Skate Canada

1st

Nebelhorn

1st 1st 1st

1st

Ondrej Nepela

1st

Mont Blanc 1st

National

Russian Champ. 1st

1st

1st

Team events

Olympics

1st

World Team

4T/1P

GP = Grand Prix; TBD = To be decided T = Team result; P = Personal result; Medals awarded for team result only.

†Short program results only. The results became final after the free skate was cancelled on the second day of the competition in the wake of the November 2015 Paris attacks With Mukhortova[edit]

Trankov and former partner Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
at the 2009 Trophée Eric Bompard

Results[87]

International

Event 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10

Olympics

7th

Worlds

12th 11th 7th 5th 4th

Europeans

2nd 3rd 3rd

Grand Prix Final

6th 4th

GP Bompard

3rd 2nd 1st

GP Cup of Russia

6th 4th 7th 4th

GP Skate America

5th

3rd

GP Skate Canada

7th

2nd

Finlandia

1st

Nebelhorn

2nd

Universiade

3rd

International: Junior

Junior Worlds 3rd 1st

JGP Final 3rd 1st

JGP China

1st

JGP Czech Rep. 1st

JGP Germany

1st

JGP Poland 1st

National

Russian Champ. 1st J. WD 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

GP = Grand Prix; JGP = Junior Grand Prix J. = Junior level; WD = Withdrew

Detailed results[edit]

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2012–13 Grand Prix Final

Volosozhar and Trankov at the 2011 World Championships

(Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships — Worlds, Europeans, and Junior Worlds. At team events, medals awarded for team results only.) With Volosozhar[edit]

2015–16 season

Date Event SP FS Total

28 March – 3 April 2016 2016 World Championships 3 77.13 7 128.68 6 205.81

26–31 January 2016 2016 European Championships 1 79.77 1 142.89 1 222.66

23–27 December 2015 2016 Russian Championships 1 83.65 1 145.31 1 228.96

13–15 November 2015 2015 Trophée Éric Bompard 1 74.50 cancelled 1 74.50

24–26 September 2015 2015 Nebelhorn Trophy 1 64.87 1 137.92 1 202.79

2013–14 season

Date Event SP FS Total

6–22 February 2014 2014 Winter Olympics 1 84.17 1 152.69 1 236.86

6–22 February 2014 2014 Winter Olympics (Team Event) 1 83.79

1

15–19 January 2014 2014 European Championships 1 83.98 2 136.40 1 220.38

5–8 December 2013 2013–14 Grand Prix Final 1 82.65 2 141.18 2 223.83

8–10 November 2013 2013 NHK Trophy 1 82.03 1 154.46 1 236.49

18–20 October 2013 2013 Skate America 1 83.05 1 154.66 1 237.71

26–28 September 2013 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy 1 81.65 1 150.31 1 231.96

2012–2013 season

Date Event SP FS Total

11–14 April 2013 2013 World Team Trophy 1 74.41 1 136.06 4T/1P 210.47

13–15 March 2013 2013 World Championships 1 75.84 1 149.87 1 225.71

23–27 January 2013 2013 European Championships 1 73.23 1 139.22 1 212.45

25–28 December 2012 2013 Russian Championships 1 78.69 1 150.23 1 228.92

6–9 December 2012 2012–13 Grand Prix Final 1 73.46 2 131.09 1 204.55

9–11 November 2012 2012 Rostelecom Cup 1 74.74 1 132.79 1 207.53

19–20 October 2012 2012 Skate America 1 65.78 1 129.29 1 195.07

27–29 September 2012 2012 Nebelhorn Trophy 1 65.24 1 131.31 1 196.55

2011–2012 season

Date Event SP FS Total

26 March – 1 April 2012 2012 World Championships 8 60.48 1 140.90 2 201.38

23–29 January 2012 2012 Europeans Championships 1 72.80 1 137.65 1 210.45

8–11 December 2011 2011–12 Grand Prix Final 1 71.57 2 140.51 2 212.08

18–20 November 2011 2011 Trophée Eric Bompard 1 63.69 1 130.44 1 194.13

27–30 October 2011 2011 Skate Canada 1 70.42 1 130.96 1 201.38

28 Sept. – 2 Oct. 2011 2011 Nebelhorn Trophy 1 66.48 1 123.67 1 190.15

21–24 September 2011 2011 Nebelhorn Trophy 1 57.91 1 125.74 1 183.65

2010–2011 season

Date Event SP FS Total

25 April – 1 May 2011 2011 World Championships 3 70.35 2 140.38 2 211.73

15–20 February 2011 2011 Mont Blanc Trophy 1 68.30 1 131.54 1 199.84

26–29 December 2010 2011 Russian Championships 1 72.71 1 141.95 1 214.66

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Olympic champions in figure skating – Pairs

1908:   Anna Hübler
Anna Hübler
& Heinrich Burger (GER) 1920:   Ludowika Jakobsson
Ludowika Jakobsson
& Walter Jakobsson (FIN) 1924:   Helene Engelmann & Alfred Berger (AUT) 1928:  Andrée Joly & Pierre Brunet (FRA) 1932:   Andrée Brunet
Andrée Brunet
& Pierre Brunet (FRA) 1936:   Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier (GER) 1948:   Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet (BEL) 1952:   Ria Baran & Paul Falk (GER) 1956:   Sissy Schwarz & Kurt Oppelt (AUT) 1960:   Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul (CAN) 1964:   Ludmila Belousova
Ludmila Belousova
& Oleg Protopopov (URS) 1968:   Ludmila Belousova
Ludmila Belousova
& Oleg Protopopov (URS) 1972:   Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov (URS) 1976:   Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev (URS) 1980:   Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev (URS) 1984:   Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev (URS) 1988:   Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov (URS) 1992:   Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev (EUN) 1994:   Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov (RUS) 1998:   Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev (RUS) 2002:   Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze (RUS) 2002:   Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier (CAN) 2006:   Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin (RUS) 2010:   Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo (CHN) 2014:   Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov (RUS) 2018:   Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Bruno Massot (GER)

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Olympic champions in figure skating – Team

2014:  Evgeni Plushenko, Yulia Lipnitskaya, Tatiana Volosozhar, Maxim Trankov, Ksenia Stolbova, Fedor Klimov, Ekaterina Bobrova, Dmitri Soloviev, Elena Ilinykh, Nikita Katsalapov (RUS) 2018:  Patrick Chan, Kaetlyn Osmond, Gabrielle Daleman, Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford, Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir (CAN)

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World champions in figure skating – Pairs

1908: Anna Hübler
Anna Hübler
& Heinrich Burger 1909: Phyllis Johnson & James H. Johnson 1910: Anna Hübler
Anna Hübler
& Heinrich Burger 1911: Ludowika Eilers & Walter Jakobsson 1912: Phyllis Johnson & James H. Johnson 1913: Helene Engelmann & Karl Mejstrik 1914: Ludowika Jakobsson-Eilers & Walter Jakobsson 1922: Helene Engelmann & Alfred Berger 1923: Ludowika Jakobsson-Eilers & Walter Jakobsson 1924: Helene Engelmann & Alfred Berger 1925: Herma Szabo
Herma Szabo
& Ludwig Wrede 1926: Andreé Joly & Pierre Brunet 1927: Herma Szabo
Herma Szabo
& Ludwig Wrede 1928: Andreé Joly & Pierre Brunet 1929: Lilly Scholz
Lilly Scholz
& Otto Kaiser 1930: Andreé Joly-Brunet & Pierre Brunet 1931: Emília Rotter & László Szollás 1932: Andreé Joly-Brunet & Pierre Brunet 1933: Emília Rotter & László Szollás 1934: Emília Rotter & László Szollás 1935: Emília Rotter & László Szollás 1936: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1937: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1938: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1939: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1947: Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet 1948: Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet 1949: Andrea Kékesy & Ede Király 1950: Karol Kennedy & Peter Kennedy 1951: Ria Baran & Paul Falk 1952: Ria Baran & Paul Falk 1953: Jennifer Nicks & John Nicks 1954: Frances Dafoe & Norris Bowden 1955: Frances Dafoe & Norris Bowden 1956: Sissy Schwarz & Kurt Oppelt 1957: Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul 1958: Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul 1959: Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul 1960: Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul 1962: Maria Jelinek & Otto Jelinek 1963: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1964: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1965: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1966: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1967: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1968: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1969: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1970: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1971: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1972: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1973: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1974: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1975: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1976: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1977: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1978: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1979: Tai Babilonia
Tai Babilonia
& Randy Gardner 1980: Marina Cherkasova & Sergei Shakhrai 1981: Irina Vorobieva
Irina Vorobieva
& Igor Lisovski 1982: Sabine Baeß
Sabine Baeß
& Tassilo Thierbach 1983: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1984: Barbara Underhill
Barbara Underhill
& Paul Martini 1985: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1986: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1987: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1988: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1989: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1990: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1991: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev 1992: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev 1993: Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler 1994: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1995: Radka Kovaříková & René Novotný 1996: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov 1997: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Ingo Steuer 1998: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 1999: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 2000: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2001: Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier 2002: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2003: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2004: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2005: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2006: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2007: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2008: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2009: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2010: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2011: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2012: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2013: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2014: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2015: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2016: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2017: Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
& Han Cong 2018: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Bruno Massot

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European champions in figure skating – Pairs

1930: Olga Orgonista & Sándor Szalay 1931: Olga Orgonista & Sándor Szalay 1932: Andrée Brunet
Andrée Brunet
& Pierre Brunet 1933: Idi Papez & Karl Zwack 1934: Emília Rotter & László Szollás 1935: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1936: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1937: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1938: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1939: Maxi Herber
Maxi Herber
& Ernst Baier 1947: Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet 1948: Andrea Kékesy & Ede Király 1949: Andrea Kékesy & Ede Király 1950: Marianne Nagy
Marianne Nagy
& Lászlo Nagy 1951: Ria Baran & Paul Falk 1952: Ria Baran & Paul Falk 1953: Jennifer Nicks & John Nicks 1954: Silvia Grandjean & Michel Grandjean 1955: Marianne Nagy
Marianne Nagy
& Lászlo Nagy 1956: Sissy Schwarz & Kurt Oppelt 1957: Věra Suchánková & Zdeněk Doležal 1958: Věra Suchánková & Zdeněk Doležal 1959: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1960: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1961: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1962: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1963: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1964: Marika Kilius
Marika Kilius
& Hans-Jürgen Bäumler 1965: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1966: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1967: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1968: Liudmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov 1969: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1970: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1971: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1972: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov 1973: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1974: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1975: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1976: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1977: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1978: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1979: Marina Cherkasova & Sergei Shakhrai 1980: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev 1981: Irina Vorobieva
Irina Vorobieva
& Igor Lisovski 1982: Sabine Baeß
Sabine Baeß
& Tassilo Thierbach 1983: Sabine Baeß
Sabine Baeß
& Tassilo Thierbach 1984: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1985: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1986: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1987: Larisa Selezneva & Oleg Makarov 1988: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1989: Larisa Selezneva & Oleg Makarov 1990: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1991: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev 1992: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev 1993: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov 1994: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1995: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Ingo Steuer 1996: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev 1997: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov 1998: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 1999: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2000: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2001: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 2002: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2003: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2004: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2005: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2006: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2007: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2008: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2009: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2010: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
& Alexander Smirnov 2011: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2012: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2013: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2014: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2015: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
& Alexander Smirnov 2016: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2017: Evgenia Tarasova
Evgenia Tarasova
& Vladimir Morozov 2018: Evgenia Tarasova
Evgenia Tarasova
& Vladimir Morozov

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Grand Prix Final champions in figure skating – Pairs

1995-1996: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1996-1997: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Ingo Steuer 1997-1998: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 1998-1999: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 1999-2000: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2000-2001: Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier 2001-2002: Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier 2002-2003: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2003-2004: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2004-2005: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2005-2006: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2006-2007: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2007-2008: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2008-2009: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2009-2010: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2010-2011: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2011-2012: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2012-2013: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2013-2014: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2014-2015: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2015-2016: Ksenia Stolbova
Ksenia Stolbova
& Fedor Klimov 2016-2017: Evgenia Tarasova
Evgenia Tarasova
& Vladimir Morozov 2017-2018: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Bruno Massot

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Skate Canada International champions in figure skating – Pairs

1984: Elena Bechke & Valery Kornienko 1985: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1986: Cynthia Coull & Mark Rowsom 1987: Christine Hough & Doug Ladret 1988: Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler 1989: Elena Leonova & Gennadi Krasnitski 1990: Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler 1991: Stacey Ball & Jean-Michel Bombardier 1992: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Ingo Steuer 1993: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1994: Kristy Sargeant & Kris Wirtz 1995: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1996: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Ingo Steuer 1997: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev 1998: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 1999: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 2000: Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier 2001: Jamie Salé
Jamie Salé
& David Pelletier 2002: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2003: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2004: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2005: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2006: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
& Zhang Hao 2007: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2008: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
& Alexander Smirnov 2009: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2010: Liubov Ilyushechkina
Liubov Ilyushechkina
& Nodari Maisuradze 2011: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2012: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2013: Stefania Berton
Stefania Berton
& Ondřej Hotárek 2014: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2015: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2016: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2017: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford

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NHK Trophy champions in figure skating – Pairs

1979: Irina Vorobieva
Irina Vorobieva
& Igor Lisovsky 1980: Barbara Underhill
Barbara Underhill
& Paul Martini 1981: Kitty Carruthers & Peter Carruthers 1982: Barbara Underhill
Barbara Underhill
& Paul Martini 1984: Veronica Pershina & Marat Akbarov 1985: Gillian Wachsman & Todd Waggoner 1986: Elena Valova
Elena Valova
& Oleg Vasiliev 1987: Elena Leonova & Gennadi Krasnitski 1988: Larisa Selezneva & Oleg Makarov 1989: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
& Sergei Grinkov 1990: Elena Bechke & Denis Petrov 1991: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1992: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1993: Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler 1994: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov 1995: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1996: Jenni Meno & Todd Sand 1997: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 1998: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 1999: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2000: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2001: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2002: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2003: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2004: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2005: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
& Zhang Hao 2006: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2007: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2008: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2009: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2010: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2011: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
& Alexander Smirnov 2012: Vera Bazarova
Vera Bazarova
& Yuri Larionov 2013: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2014: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2015: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2016: Meagan Duhamel
Meagan Duhamel
& Eric Radford 2017: Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
& Han Cong

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Internationaux de France
France
champions in figure skating – Pairs

1987: Natalie Seybold & Wayne Seybold 1988: Elena Bechke & Denis Petrov 1989: Mandy Wötzel
Mandy Wötzel
& Axel Rauschenbach 1990: Elena Bechke & Denis Petrov 1991: Natalia Mishkutionok & Artur Dmitriev 1992: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov 1993: Natalia Mishkutionok & Artur Dmitriev 1994: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov 1995: Elena Berezhnaya & Oleg Shliakhov 1996: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev 1997: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 1998: Sarah Abitbol
Sarah Abitbol
& Stéphane Bernadis 1999: Sarah Abitbol
Sarah Abitbol
& Stéphane Bernadis 2000: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 2001: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze 2002: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2003: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
& Zhang Hao 2004: Shen Xue
Shen Xue
& Zhao Hongbo 2005: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
& Maxim Marinin 2006: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov 2007: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
& Zhang Hao 2008: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2009: Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
& Maxim Trankov 2010: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Robin Szolkowy 2011: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2012: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
& Alexander Smirnov 2013: Pang Qing
Pang Qing
& Tong Jian 2014: Ksenia Stolbova
Ksenia Stolbova
& Fedor Klimov 2015: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
& Maxim Trankov 2016: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
& Bruno Massot 2017: Evgenia Tarasova
Evgenia Tarasova
& Vladimir Morozov

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Russian champions in figure skating – Pairs

1993: Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov 1994: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
/ Sergei Grinkov 1995: Marina Eltsova / Andrei Bushkov 1996: Evgenia Shishkova / Vadim Naumov 1997–1998: Marina Eltsova / Andrei Bushkov 1999–2002: Elena Berezhnaya / Anton Sikharulidze 2003–2005: Tatiana Totmianina
Tatiana Totmianina
/ Maxim Marinin 2006: Maria Petrova / Alexei Tikhonov 2007: Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
/ Maxim Trankov 2008–2010: Yuko Kavaguti
Yuko Kavaguti
/ Alexander Smirnov 2011: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov 2012: Vera Bazarova
Vera Bazarova
/ Yuri Larionov 2013: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov 2014–2015: Ksenia Stolbova
Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov 2016: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov 2017: Ksenia Stolbova
Ksenia Stolbova
/ Fedor Klimov 2018: Evgenia Tarasova
Evgenia Tarasova
/ Vladimir Morozov

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World Junior champions in figure skating – Pairs

1976: Sherri Baier / Robin Cowan 1977: Josée France
France
/ Paul Mills 1978: Barbara Underhill
Barbara Underhill
/ Paul Martini 1979: Veronika Pershina / Marat Akbarov 1980–1981: Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov 1982–1983: Marina Avstriyskaya / Yuri Kvashnin 1984: Manuela Landgraf / Ingo Steuer 1985: Ekaterina Gordeeva
Ekaterina Gordeeva
/ Sergei Grinkov 1986–1987: Elena Leonova / Gennadi Krasnitski 1988: Kristi Yamaguchi
Kristi Yamaguchi
/ Rudy Galindo 1989: Evgenia Chernyshyova / Dmitri Sukhanov 1990–1992: Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski 1993: Inga Korshunova / Dmitry Saveliev 1994–1995: Maria Petrova / Anton Sikharulidze 1996: Victoria Maksyuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski 1997: Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell 1998–1999: Julia Obertas
Julia Obertas
/ Dmytro Palamarchuk 2000: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Stanislav Morozov 2001: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
/ Zhang Hao 2002: Elena Riabchuk / Stanislav Zakharov 2003: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
/ Zhang Hao 2004: Natalia Shestakova / Pavel Lebedev 2005: Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
/ Maxim Trankov 2006: Julia Vlassov
Julia Vlassov
/ Drew Meekins 2007: Keauna McLaughlin
Keauna McLaughlin
/ Rockne Brubaker 2008: Ksenia Krasilnikova
Ksenia Krasilnikova
/ Konstantin Bezmaternikh 2009: Liubov Ilyushechkina
Liubov Ilyushechkina
/ Nodari Maisuradze 2010–2012: Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
/ Han Cong 2013: Haven Denney
Haven Denney
/ Brandon Frazier 2014–2015: Yu Xiaoyu
Yu Xiaoyu
/ Jin Yang 2016: Anna Dušková
Anna Dušková
/ Martin Bidař 2017: Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya
Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya
/ Harley Windsor 2018: Daria Pavliuchenko
Daria Pavliuchenko
/ Denis Khodykin

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Junior Grand Prix Final champions in figure skating – Pairs

1997: Julia Obertas
Julia Obertas
/ Dmytro Palamarchuk 1998: Julia Obertas
Julia Obertas
/ Dmytro Palamarchuk 1999: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Stanislav Morozov 2000: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
/ Zhang Hao 2001: Zhang Dan
Zhang Dan
/ Zhang Hao 2002: Ding Yang
Ding Yang
/ Ren Zhongfei 2003: Jessica Dubé
Jessica Dubé
/ Bryce Davison 2004: Maria Mukhortova
Maria Mukhortova
/ Maxim Trankov 2005: Valeria Simakova / Anton Tokarev 2006: Keauna McLaughlin
Keauna McLaughlin
/ Rockne Brubaker 2007: Ksenia Krasilnikova
Ksenia Krasilnikova
/ Konstantin Bezmaternikh* 2008: Liubov Ilyushechkina
Liubov Ilyushechkina
/ Nodari Maisuradze 2009: Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
/ Han Cong 2010: Narumi Takahashi
Narumi Takahashi
/ Mervin Tran 2011: Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
/ Han Cong 2012: Lina Fedorova
Lina Fedorova
/ Maxim Miroshkin 2013: Yu Xiaoyu
Yu Xiaoyu
/ Jin Yang 2014: Julianne Séguin
Julianne Séguin
/ Charlie Bilodeau 2015: Ekaterina Borisova
Ekaterina Borisova
/ Dmitry Sopot 2016: Anastasia Mishina
Anastasia Mishina
/ Vladislav Mirzoev 2017: Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya
Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya
/ Harley Windsor

*Title stripped from Vera Bazarova
Vera Bazarova
/ Yuri Larionov

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Record scores in figure skating

Combined total (Total) Short program (SP) Free skating
Free skating
(FS) Short dance
Short dance
(SD) Free dance (FD) Juniors (J)

Men

Total: Yuzuru Hanyu
Yuzuru Hanyu
330.43 SP: Yuzuru Hanyu
Yuzuru Hanyu
112.72 FS: Yuzuru Hanyu
Yuzuru Hanyu
223.20

Total (J): Vincent Zhou
Vincent Zhou
258.11 SP (J): Shoma Uno
Shoma Uno
84.87 FS (J): Vincent Zhou
Vincent Zhou
179.24

Ladies

Total: Evgenia Medvedeva
Evgenia Medvedeva
241.31 SP: Alina Zagitova
Alina Zagitova
82.92 FS: Evgenia Medvedeva
Evgenia Medvedeva
160.46

Total (J): Alexandra Trusova
Alexandra Trusova
225.52 SP (J): Alexandra Trusova
Alexandra Trusova
73.25 FS (J): Alexandra Trusova
Alexandra Trusova
153.49

Pairs

Total: Aliona Savchenko
Aliona Savchenko
/ Bruno Massot
Bruno Massot
245.84 SP: Tatiana Volosozhar
Tatiana Volosozhar
/ Maxim Trankov
Maxim Trankov
84.17 FS: Savchenko / Massot 162.86

Total (J): Anna Dušková
Anna Dušková
/ Martin Bidař
Martin Bidař
181.82 SP (J): Amina Atakhanova
Amina Atakhanova
/ Ilia Spiridonov
Ilia Spiridonov
64.79 FS (J): Sui Wenjing
Sui Wenjing
/ Han Cong
Han Cong
118.54

Ice dance

Total: Gabriella Papadakis
Gabriella Papadakis
/ Guillaume Cizeron
Guillaume Cizeron
207.20 SD: Papadakis / Cizeron 83.73 FD: Papadakis / Cizeron 123.47

Total (J): Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons 164.83 SD (J): R. Parsons / M. Parsons 67.88 FD (J): R. Parsons / M. Parsons 97.54

See also Progression of record scores Record technical and component scores Highest technical element scores Highest program component scores See also (J) Record junior scores Progression of record scores (J) Record technical and component scores (J) Highest technical element scores (J) Highest program co

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