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Tatyana Aleksandrovna Navka (Russian: Татьяна Александровна Навка, born 13 April 1975) is a Russian ice dancer. With partner Roman Kostomarov, she is the 2006 Olympic champion, a two-time World champion (2004–05), a three-time Grand Prix Final champion (2003–05), and a three-time European champion (2004–06). Earlier in her career, she competed for the Soviet Union and Belarus.

Early life[edit]

Tatiana Navka was born on 13 April 1975 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union.[1] She is the daughter of Raisa, an economist, and Aleksandr, an engineer, and has a younger sister, Natalia.[2][3] In 1988, she moved to Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR.[3][4]

Early years in skating[edit]

Tatiana Navka became interested in skating at the age of five after seeing it on television.[5] Tamara Yarchevskaya and Alexander Rozhin coached her during her early years as a single skater.[3] In 1987, following a 14 cm growth spurt that hampered her jumps, her parents were advised that she should try ice dancing.[3]

Partnership with Gezalian[edit]

In 1988, at the invitation of Russian coach Natalia Dubova, Navka relocated to Moscow and began training at the Moskvich sports club, partnered with Samuel Gezalian.[3] The two represented the Soviet Union early in their career, winning gold at the 1991 Skate America and 1991 Nations Cup. Following the country’s dissolution, Navka/Gezalian chose to skate for Belarus. They placed ninth in their debut at the European and World Championships, in 1993.

In the 1993–94 season, Navka/Gezalian won silver at the 1993 Skate Canada International and placed fourth at the 1993 NHK Trophy. They competed at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, placing 11th, before achieving their career-best Worlds result, fifth at the 1994 World Championships in Chiba, Japan. In 1994–95, Navka/Gezalian won silver at the 1994 NHK Trophy and went on to achieve their best European result, fourth, at the 1995 European Championships in Dortmund. Their partnership came to an end following the 1995 World Championships, where they placed seventh.

Partnership with Morozov[edit]

Navka teamed up with Nikolai Morozov in 1996,[6] continuing to represent Belarus. At their first practice at the 1997 World Championships, Morozov sustained a torn meniscus in his knee but they finished 14th at the event and he then underwent surgery.[6] They earned an Olympic berth by winning gold at the 1997 Karl Schäfer Memorial.[6] 90 seconds into their free dance at the 1998 Winter Olympics, nearly three-quarters of the floodlights turned off but Navka/Morozov did not interrupt their performance.[7] They finished 16th at the Olympics in Nagano, Japan, and 10th at the 1998 World Championships in Minneapolis. They were coached by Alexander Zhulin and Bob Young at the International Skating Center in Simsbury, Connecticut.

[8] Following 1998 Worlds, Navka ended the partnership to compete with another skater.[6]

Partnership with Kostomarov[edit]

Navka then teamed up with Roman Kostomarov and began competing for Russia during the 1998–99 season. They were coached by Natalia Linichuk.[9] They won the bronze medal at the Russian Championships and were sent to the World Championships in their first season together, placing 12th. Linichuk then dissolved the team and paired Kostomarov with Anna Semenovich.[9] Navka became pregnant with her daughter and took a year off from competition.

In mid-2000, Kostomarov called Navka and asked to skate with her again.[1] They were coached by Alexander Zhulin in Hackensack and Montclair, New Jersey.[10][1][9] Navka/Kostomarov won the World title in 2004 and again in 2005. They also won three European titles from 2004–2006. They then won gold at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. At the age of 30 years and 313 days, she became one of the oldest female figure skating Olympic champions.

Navka/Kostomarov retired from competition after the Olympics but continue to skate in shows together.

Later career[edit]

Navka has partnered with Russian celebrities to compete in Channel One Russia ice shows: Stars On Ice, which she won with actor Marat Basharov, and Ice Age, in which she was runner-up with actor Ville Haapasalo. In the 2008–09 season of Ice Age, she was runner-up for the second time, partnered with actor Vadim Kolganov.

In September 2008, Navka, together with professional dancer Alexander Litvinenko, took part in the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008.[11] In October 2011, she became a 2014 Winter Olympics (Sochi) ambassador.

[12]

Personal life[edit]

Navka became a citizen of Belarus by 1994 and of Russia no later than 2002.[13] She formerly resided in New Jersey.[1]

In 2000, Navka married Russian ice dancer Alexander Zhulin.[1] Their daughter, Sasha, was born in May 2000 in the United States.[1][4] The couple filed for divorce in the summer of 2009 and were officially divorced in July 2010.[14][15]

Navka and Russian diplomat Dmitry Peskov, the press spokesman for Vladimir Putin, have a daughter, Nadezhda (Nadia), born in August 2014 in Russia.[16][4] They married in a civil ceremony at a registry office in June 2015 before a larger ceremony on 1 August 2015.[17][18]

Controversies[edit]

From 2014 to 2015, Navka was the beneficiary of Carina Global Assets Ltd., an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands.

[17][19] In February 2019, questions were raised over Navka and her husband’s wealth following reports about their ownership of multiple properties in the Moscow region.[20] An investigation by The Guardian suggested that Navka may have underreported income, claimed married status for several years after her divorce from Zhulin, and falsely told the IRS that she had sold a house.[14]

In 2016, Navka caused controversy when she and her dancing partner, Andrei Burkovsky, appeared in the Russian version of Dancing on Ice dressed as Holocaust concentration camp prisoners.[21][22][23]

Programs[edit]

With Kostomarov[edit]

With Morozov[edit]

Competitive highlights[edit]

GP: Champions Series / Grand Prix

With Kostomarov for Russia[edit]

With Morozov for Belarus[edit]

With Gezalian for Belarus and the Soviet Union[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2005/2006». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 15 August 2006.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  2. ^ «Профиль звезды: Татьяна Навка» [Star profiles: Tatiana Navka] (in Russian). 7days.ru.
  3. ^ a b c d e «Мемория. Татьяна Навка». polit.ru (in Russian). 13 April 2015.
  4. ^ a b c Kostina, Elena (October 2014). «Татьяна Навка: первые фотографии с дочкой» [Tatiana Navka: First photos with daughter]. 7days.ru (in Russian).
  5. ^ Mittan, Barry (26 August 2003). «Navka and Kostomarov Close to World Dance Podium». GoldenSkate. Archived from the original on 12 May 2008. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
  6. ^ a b c d Mittan, Barry (19 December 2004). «Morozov Tops Worlds Choreographers». Skate Today. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013.
  7. ^ Hine, Tommy (17 February 1998). «Navka, Morozov Light Up The Dark». Hartford Courant.
  8. ^ Hine, Tommy (6 February 1998). «Skating Center Athletes». Hartford Courant.
  9. ^ a b c «Navka & Kostomarov :: The Team :: Biographies». Official website of Navka & Kostomarov at Ice-dance.com. Archived from the original on 3 June 2009.
  10. ^ a b «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2000/2001». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2001.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  11. ^ «Eurovision Dance Contest info page».
  12. ^ Gold, David (28 October 2011). «Navka unveiled as Sochi 2014 ambassador». InsideTheGames. Retrieved 28 October 2011.
  13. ^ Unlike most skating competitions, the Olympics require that competitors be citizens of the country they are representing. Consequently, it is likely that Navka was granted Belarusian citizenship by 1994 and retained it until 1998, if not later (she competed for Belarus at the 1994 and 1998 Winter Olympics). She was a Russian citizen by 2002 as she represented Russia at that year’s Winter Olympics.
  14. ^ a b Harding, Luke; Swaine, Jon (11 February 2019). «Revealed: wife of Putin’s spokesman faces questions over US tax affairs». The Guardian.
  15. ^ «Жулин: Мы официально развелись с Навкой» [Zhulin: Navka and I are officially divorced] (in Russian). Life News. 6 October 2010. Retrieved 13 February 2014.
  16. ^ «Olympic Skating Champion to Marry Russian President Putin’s Spokesman». The Moscow Times. 16 July 2015.
  17. ^ a b «Dmitry Peskov — The Panama Papers». Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. April 2016.
  18. ^ Oliphant, Ronald (3 August 2015). «Vladimir Putin’s spokesman in luxury watch scandal». The Telegraph. Retrieved 3 August 2015.
  19. ^ Harding, Luke (4 April 2016). «Kremlin di

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tatiana navka Wikipedia

Tatyana Aleksandrovna Navka (Russian: Татьяна Александровна Навка, born 13 April 1975) is a Russian ice dancer. With partner Roman Kostomarov, she is the 2006 Olympic champion, a two-time World champion (2004–05), a three-time Grand Prix Final champion (2003–05), and a three-time European champion (2004–06). Earlier in her career, she competed for the Soviet Union and Belarus.

Early life[]

Tatiana Navka was born on 13 April 1975 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union.[1] She is the daughter of Raisa, an economist, and Aleksandr, an engineer, and has a younger sister, Natalia.[2][3] In 1988, she moved to Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR.[3][4]

Career[]

Early years in skating[]

Tatiana Navka became interested in skating at the age of five after seeing it on television.[5] Tamara Yarchevskaya and Alexander Rozhin coached her during her early years as a single skater.[3] In 1987, following a 14 cm growth spurt that hampered her jumps, her parents were advised that she should try ice dancing.[3]

Partnership with Gezalian[]

In 1988, at the invitation of Russian coach Natalia Dubova, Navka relocated to Moscow and began training at the Moskvich sports club, partnered with Samuel Gezalian.[3] The two represented the Soviet Union early in their career, winning gold at the 1991 Skate America and 1991 Nations Cup. Following the country’s dissolution, Navka/Gezalian chose to skate for Belarus. They placed ninth in their debut at the European and World Championships, in 1993.

In the 1993–94 season, Navka/Gezalian won silver at the 1993 Skate Canada International and placed fourth at the 1993 NHK Trophy. They competed at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, placing 11th, before achieving their career-best Worlds result, fifth at the 1994 World Championships in Chiba, Japan. In 1994–95, Navka/Gezalian won silver at the 1994 NHK Trophy and went on to achieve their best European result, fourth, at the 1995 European Championships in Dortmund. Their partnership came to an end following the 1995 World Championships, where they placed seventh.

Partnership with Morozov[]

Navka teamed up with Nikolai Morozov in 1996,[6] continuing to represent Belarus. At their first practice at the 1997 World Championships, Morozov sustained a torn meniscus in his knee but they finished 14th at the event and he then underwent surgery.[6] They earned an Olympic berth by winning gold at the 1997 Karl Schäfer Memorial.[6] 90 seconds into their free dance at the 1998 Winter Olympics, nearly three-quarters of the floodlights turned off but Navka/Morozov did not interrupt their performance.[7] They finished 16th at the Olympics in Nagano, Japan, and 10th at the 1998 World Championships in Minneapolis. They were coached by Alexander Zhulin and Bob Young at the International Skating Center in Simsbury, Connecticut.[8] Following 1998 Worlds, Navka ended the partnership to compete with another skater.[6]

Partnership with Kostomarov[]

Navka then teamed up with Roman Kostomarov and began competing for Russia during the 1998–99 season. They were coached by Natalia Linichuk.[9] They won the bronze medal at the Russian Championships and were sent to the World Championships in their first season together, placing 12th. Linichuk then dissolved the team and paired Kostomarov with Anna Semenovich.[9] Navka became pregnant with her daughter and took a year off from competition.

In mid-2000, Kostomarov called Navka and asked to skate with her again.[1] They were coached by Alexander Zhulin in Hackensack and Montclair, New Jersey.[10][1][9] Navka/Kostomarov won the World title in 2004 and again in 2005. They also won three European titles from 2004–2006. They then won gold at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. At the age of 30 years and 313 days, she became one of the oldest female figure skating Olympic champions.

Navka/Kostomarov retired from competition after the Olympics but continue to skate in shows together.

Later career[]

Navka has partnered with Russian celebrities to compete in Channel One Russia ice shows: Stars On Ice, which she won with actor Marat Basharov, and Ice Age, in which she was runner-up with actor Ville Haapasalo. In the 2008–09 season of Ice Age, she was runner-up for the second time, partnered with actor Vadim Kolganov.

In September 2008, Navka, together with professional dancer Alexander Litvinenko, took part in the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008.[11] In October 2011, she became a 2014 Winter Olympics (Sochi) ambassador.[12]

Personal life[]

Navka became a citizen of Belarus by 1994 and of Russia no later than 2002.[13] She formerly resided in New Jersey.[1]

In 2000, Navka married Russian ice dancer Alexander Zhulin.[1] Their daughter, Sasha, was born in May 2000 in the United States.[1][4] The couple filed for divorce in the summer of 2009 and were officially divorced in July 2010.[14][15]

Navka and Russian diplomat Dmitry Peskov, the press spokesman for Vladimir Putin, have a daughter, Nadezhda (Nadia), born in August 2014 in Russia.[16][4] They married in a civil ceremony at a registry office in June 2015 before a larger ceremony on 1 August 2015.[17][18]

Controversies[]

From 2014 to 2015, Navka was the beneficiary of Carina Global Assets Ltd., an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands.[17][19] In February 2019, questions were raised over Navka and her husband’s wealth following reports about their ownership of multiple properties in the Moscow region.[20] An investigation by The Guardian suggested that Navka may have underreported income, claimed married status for several years after her divorce from Zhulin, and falsely told the IRS that she had sold a house.[14]

In 2016, Navka caused controversy when she and her dancing partner, Andrei Burkovsky, appeared in the Russian version of Dancing on Ice dressed as Holocaust concentration camp prisoners.[21][22][23]

Programs[]

With Kostomarov[]

With Morozov[]

Competitive highlights[]

GP: Champions Series / Grand Prix

With Kostomarov for Russia[]

With Morozov for Belarus[]

With Gezalian for Belarus and the Soviet Union[]

References[]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2005/2006». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 15 August 2006.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  2. ^ «Профиль звезды: Татьяна Навка» [Star profiles: Tatiana Navka] (in Russian). 7days.ru.
  3. ^ a b c d e «Мемория. Татьяна Навка». polit.ru (in Russian). 13 April 2015.
  4. ^ a b c Kostina, Elena (October 2014). «Татьяна Навка: первые фотографии с дочкой» [Tatiana Navka: First photos with daughter]. 7days.ru (in Russian).
  5. ^ Mittan, Barry (26 August 2003). «Navka and Kostomarov Close to World Dance Podium». GoldenSkate. Archived from the original on 12 May 2008. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
  6. ^ a b c d Mittan, Barry (19 December 2004). «Morozov Tops Worlds Choreographers». Skate Today. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013.
  7. ^ Hine, Tommy (17 February 1998). «Navka, Morozov Light Up The Dark». Hartford Courant.
  8. ^ Hine, Tommy (6 February 1998). «Skating Center Athletes». Hartford Courant.
  9. ^ a b c «Navka & Kostomarov :: The Team :: Biographies». Official website of Navka & Kostomarov at Ice-dance.com. Archived from the original on 3 June 2009.
  10. ^ a b «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2000/2001». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2001.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  11. ^ «Eurovision Dance Contest info page».
  12. ^ Gold, David (28 October 2011). «Navka unveiled as Sochi 2014 ambassador». InsideTheGames. Retrieved 28 October 2011.
  13. ^ Unlike most skating competitions, the Olympics require that competitors be citizens of the country they are representing. Consequently, it is likely that Navka was granted Belarusian citizenship by 1994 and retained it until 1998, if not later (she competed for Belarus at the 1994 and 1998 Winter Olympics). She was a Russian citizen by 2002 as she represented Russia at that year’s Winter Olympics.
  14. ^ a b Harding, Luke; Swaine, Jon (11 February 2019). «Revealed: wife of Putin’s spokesman faces questions over US tax affairs». The Guardian.
  15. ^ «Жулин: Мы официально развелись с Навкой» [Zhulin: Navka and I are officially divorced] (in Russian). Life News. 6 October 2010. Retrieved 13 February 2014.
  16. ^ «Olympic Skating Champion to Marry Russian President Putin’s Spokesman». The Moscow Times. 16 July 2015.
  17. ^ a b «Dmitry Peskov — The Panama Papers». Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. April 2016.
  18. ^ Oliphant, Ronald (3 August 2015). «Vladimir Putin’s spokesman in luxury watch scandal». The Telegraph. Retrieved 3 August 2015.
  19. ^ Harding, Luke (4 April 2016). «Kremlin dismisses revelations in Panama Papers as ‘Putinphobia'». The Guardian.
  20. ^ Harding, Luke; Swaine, Jon (6 February 2019). «Questions over lifestyle of Putin’s aide and his wife’s $10m property empire». Guardian.
  21. ^ «Holocaust TV skating routine draws anger». Bbc.com. 27 November 2016. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  22. ^ Staff, Our Foreign (30 November 2016). «Vladimir Putin spokesman’s wife sparks outrage with ‘Holocaust-on-ice’ dance routine». Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  23. ^ Allen, Gavin (27 November 2016). «Russian Strictly Come Dancing’s super-intense SS guard routine». Mirror.co.uk. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  24. ^ «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2004/2005». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 4 April 2005.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  25. ^ «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2003/2004». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 3 June 2004.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  26. ^ «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2002/2003». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 18 June 2003.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  27. ^ «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2001/2002». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 2 June 2002.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  28. ^ a b c «Navka & Kostomarov :: The Skating :: Programs». Tatiana Navka & Roman Kostomarov: Official Website. Archived from the original on 20 October 2008.
  29. ^ «Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 15 October 2016.
  30. ^ «Татьяна Александровна Навка» [Tatiana Alexandrovna Navka]. fskate.ru (in Russian).
  31. ^ a b «Tatiana NAVKA / Nikolai MOROZOV». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 15 October 2016.
  32. ^ a b «Tatiana NAVKA / Samvel GEZALIAN». International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 15 October 2016.

External links[]

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StateMaster — Encyclopedia: Tatiana navka

Tatiana Navka
Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov
Country: Russia
Residence: Moscow, Russia
Height: 170 cm
Coach: Alexander Zhulin
Skating Club: SC Moskvitch
ISU Personal Best Scores
Total score: 227.81
Compulsory Dance: 45.97
Original Dance: 68.67
Free Dance: 117.14
Most Recent Results:
Olympic Winter Games 10th 2002
World Championships Gold 2005
European Championships Gold 2005
National Championships Gold 2004
Grand Prix Finals Gold 2005-06

Tatiana Navka (born April 13, 1975) is a Russian ice dancer. Her partner is Roman Kostomarov. Image File history File links Kostomarov. … Image File history File links Kostomarov. … Image File history File links Flag_of_Russia. … Moscow (Russian: Москва́, Moskva, IPA: ▶ (help· info)) is the capital of Russia, located on the river Moskva. … Maya Usova and Alexander Zhulin at their free program at the European championships 1994 in Copenhagen Alexander (Sasha) Zhulin is a Russian ice dancer. … 13 April is the 103rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (104th in leap years). … 1975 (MCMLXXV) was a common year starting on Wednesday (the link is to a full 1975 calendar). … Ice dancing is a form of figure skating which draws from the world of ballroom dancing. … Roman Kostomarov (born February 8, 1977) is a Russian ice dancer. …


She is married to Alexander Zhulin and has a daughter named Alexandra (Sasha). Maya Usova and Alexander Zhulin at their free program at the European championships 1994 in Copenhagen Alexander (Sasha) Zhulin is a Russian ice dancer. …


They won the World Championship in 2004 and 2005, as well as the Europeans.


She used to skate for Belarus with partner Samuel Gezolian. Later she also skated with Nikolai Morozov before teaming with Kostomarov. Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov (Никола́й Алекса́ндрович Моро́зов) (July 7, 1854 – July 30, 1946) was Russian scientist and revolutionary. …

See also

Figure skating is an ice skating sporting event where individuals, mixed couples, or groups perform spins, jumps, and other moves on the ice, often to music. … The World Figure Skating Championships in an annual event in which elite figure skaters compete for the title of World Champion. … The European Figure Skating Championships is an annual event in which figure skaters compete for the title of European Champion. …

External link

  • Care to Ice Dance? — Navka & Kostomarov
  • ISU Biography Page
World Champions in Figure Skating – Ice dancing

1952-1955: Jean Westwood & Lawrence Demmy | 1956: Pamela Weight & Paul Thomas | 1957-1958: June Markham & Courtney Jones | 1959-1960: Doreen Denny & Courtney Jones | 1962-1965: Eva Romanová & Pavel Roman | 1966-1969: Diane Towler & Bernard Ford | 1970-1974: Lyudmila Pakhomova & Alexander Gorshkov | 1975: Irina Moisseyeva & Andrej Minenkov | 1976: Lyudmila Pakhomova & Alexander Gorshkov | 1977: Irina Moisseyeva & Andrej Minenkov | 1978-1979: Natalia Linitchuk & Gennadi Karponossov | 1980: Krisztina Regöczy & Andras Sallay | 1981-1984: Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean | 1985-1988: Natalia Bestemianova & Andrei Bukin | 1989-1990: Marina Klimova & Sergei Ponomarenko | 1991: Isabelle Duchesnay & Paul Duchesnay | 1992: Marina Klimova & Sergei Ponomarenko | 1993: Maia Uzova & Alexander Zhulin | 1994-1997: Oksana Grishuk & Evgeny Platov | 1998-1999: Anjelika Krylova & Oleg Ovsyannikov | 2000: Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat | 2001: Barbara Fusar-Poli & Maurizio Margaglio | 2002: Irina Lobacheva & Ilia Averbukh | 2003: Shae-Lynn Bourne & Victor Kraatz | 2004-2005: Tatiana Navka & Roman Kostomarov | Eva Romanová, born January 27, 1946 in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia is a former Czech figure skater. … Pavel Roman (January 25, 1943 — January 30, 1972) was a Czech figure skater. … Lyudmila Pakhomova (December 31, 1946 – 1986) was an ice skating champion from the former Soviet Union. … Lyudmila Pakhomova (December 31, 1946 – 1986) was an ice skating champion from the former Soviet Union. … Gennadi Michailowitsch Karponossov (Cyrillic Геннадий Михайлович Карпоносов, born November 21, 1950 in Moscow, Soviet Union (Russia)) is a Russian figure skater. … Jayne Torvill (born 7 October 1957) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with her skating partner Christopher Dean. … Christopher Colin Dean (born 22 July 1958 in Nottingham, Great Britain) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with his skating partner Jayne Torvill. … Isabelle Duchesnay (born December 18, 1963, Aylmer, Quebec, Canada) was a former figure skater who competed for both Canada and France in the Ice dancing discipline. … Maya Usova and Alexander Zhulin at their free program at the European championships 1994 in Copenhagen Alexander (Sasha) Zhulin is a Russian ice dancer. … Oksana (Pasha) Grishuk (born March 17, 1972 in Odessa, Ukraine) is a Russian figure skater who won two Olympic gold medals and four world championships in ice dancing with Evgeny Platov. … Marina Anissina (Cyrillic Марина Анисина) (born August 30, 1975 in Moscow, Russia) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Icedance. … Gwendal Peizerat (born April 21, 1972 in Bron, France) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Ice Dance. … Barbara Fusar-Poli (born February 6, 1972) is an Italian ice dancer. … Maurizio Margaglio (born November 16, 1974) is an Italian ice dancer. … Shae-Lynn Bourne (born January 24, 1976 in Chatham, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian ice dancer. … Victor Kraatz (born April 7, 1971 in West-Berlin, Germany) is a Canadian figure skater, which became the first Canadian capturing the title of a World champion in Iceancing. … Roman Kostomarov (born February 8, 1977) is a Russian ice dancer. …

European Champions in Figure Skating – Ice dancing

1954-1955: Jean Westwood & Lawrence Demmy | 1956: Pamela Weight & Paul Thomas | 1957-1958: June Markham & Courtney Jones | 1959-1961: Doreen Denny & Courtney Jones | 1962: Christiane Guhel & Jean Paul Guhel | 1963: Linda Shearman & Michael Phillips | 1964-1965: Eva Romanová & Pavel Roman | 1966-1969: Diane Towler & Bernard Ford | 1970-1971: Lyudmila Pakhomova & Alexander Gorshkov | 1972: Angelika Buck & Erich Buck | 1973-1976: Lyudmila Pakhomova & Alexander Gorshkov | 1977-1978: Irina Moisseyeva & Andrej Minenkov | 1979-1980: Natalia Linitchuk & Gennadi Karponossov | 1981-1982: Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean | 1983: Natalia Bestemianova & Andrei Bukin | 1984: Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean | 1985-1988: Natalia Bestemianova & Andrei Bukin | 1989-1992: Marina Klimova & Sergei Ponomarenko | 1993: Maia Uzova & Alexander Zhulin | 1994: Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean | 1995: Susanna Rahkamo & Petri Kokko | 1996-1998: Oksana Grishuk & Evgeny Platov | 1999: Anjelika Krylova & Oleg Ovsyannikov | 2000: Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat | 2001: Barbara Fusar-Poli & Maurizio Margaglio | 2002: Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat | 2003: Irina Lobacheva & Ilia Averbukh | 2004-2005:

Tatiana Navka & Roman Kostomarov | Eva Romanová, born January 27, 1946 in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia is a former Czech figure skater. … Pavel Roman (January 25, 1943 — January 30, 1972) was a Czech figure skater. … Lyudmila Pakhomova (December 31, 1946 – 1986) was an ice skating champion from the former Soviet Union. … Angelika Buck (born May 9, 1950 in Ravensburg, Germany) was a German figure skater. … Erich Buck (born January 5, 1949 in Ravensburg, Germany) was a German figure skater. … Lyudmila Pakhomova (December 31, 1946 – 1986) was an ice skating champion from the former Soviet Union. … Gennadi Michailowitsch Karponossov (Cyrillic Геннадий Михайлович Карпоносов, born November 21, 1950 in Moscow, Soviet Union (Russia)) is a Russian figure skater. … Jayne Torvill (born 7 October 1957) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with her skating partner Christopher Dean. … Christopher Colin Dean (born 22 July 1958 in Nottingham, Great Britain) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with his skating partner Jayne Torvill. … Jayne Torvill (born 7 October 1957) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with her skating partner Christopher Dean. … Christopher Colin Dean (born 22 July 1958 in Nottingham, Great Britain) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with his skating partner Jayne Torvill. … Maya Usova and Alexander Zhulin at their free program at the European championships 1994 in Copenhagen Alexander (Sasha) Zhulin is a Russian ice dancer. … Jayne Torvill (born 7 October 1957) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with her skating partner Christopher Dean. … Christopher Colin Dean (born 22 July 1958 in Nottingham, Great Britain) was a British figure skater who won a gold medal in ice dancing at the 1984 Winter Olympics with his skating partner Jayne Torvill. … Oksana (Pasha) Grishuk (born March 17, 1972 in Odessa, Ukraine) is a Russian figure skater who won two Olympic gold medals and four world championships in ice dancing with Evgeny Platov. … Marina Anissina (Cyrillic Марина Анисина) (born August 30, 1975 in Moscow, Russia) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Icedance. … Gwendal Peizerat (born April 21, 1972 in Bron, France) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Ice Dance. … Barbara Fusar-Poli (born February 6, 1972) is an Italian ice dancer. … Maurizio Margaglio (born November 16, 1974) is an Italian ice dancer. … Marina Anissina (Cyrillic Марина Анисина) (born August 30, 1975 in Moscow, Russia) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Icedance. … Gwendal Peizerat (born April 21, 1972 in Bron, France) is a French figure skater and Olympic champion 2002 in Ice Dance. … Roman Kostomarov (born February 8, 1977) is a Russian ice dancer. …

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