Andrei Chuvilaev

Andrei Chuvilaev
Personal information
Full nameAndrei Mstislavovich Chuvilaev
Country representedRussia
Born (1978-05-23) 23 May 1978 (age 39)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Height2.00 m (6 ft 6 â„2 in)
Former partner Viktoria Borzenkova
Olga Semkina
Former coach Tamara Moskvina, Igor Moskvin, Oksana Kazakova, Ludmila Koblova
Former choreographerTamara Moskvina, Evgeny Sereznikov, Oksana Kazakova, Alexei Matveev, Valeri Pecherski
Skating clubYubileyny Sports Club
Retired2006
ISU personal best scores
Combined total151.20
2003 Cup of Russia
Short program52.88
2003 Cup of Russia
Free skate99.30
2004 Trophee Eric Bompard

Biography

Andrei Mstislavovich Chuvilaev (Russian: Андрей Мстиславович Чувиляев; blessed 23 May 1978) is normally a Russian previous set skater. With Viktoria Borzenkova, he gained the 2003 Wintertime Universiade and 2004 Bofrost Glass on Ice.

Career

Chuvilaev skated seriously from age five and switched to pairs at 11. He started contending internationally with Olga Semkina in 1994. The set placed seventh on the 1995 Globe Junior Championships, kept in Budapest in November 1994. They earned gold on the 1995 Czech Skate, sterling silver on the 1996 Nebelhorn Trophy, and bronze on the 1997 Wintertime Universiade.Chuvilaev began competing with Viktoria Borzenkova in 1999. Early within their partnership, these were coached by Ludmila Koblova in Moscow. They completed seventh on the 2002 Western european Championships and 15th on the 2002 Globe Championships. They shaped an unusual set because of their height, she getting 168 cm high and he 200 cm. In Apr 2003, they shifted to Saint Petersburg and started dealing with Oksana Kazakova and Tamara Moskvina. The set retired from competition in 2006.

Programs

(with Borzenkova) Period Short program Free of charge skating 2005–2006 Period, Forwards! by Georgy Sviridov Hence Spoke Zarathustra by Richard Strauss 2004–2005 The Blizzard by Georgy Sviridov Fantasia on Designs of Ryabinin, Op. 48, for piano and orchestra by Anton Arensky 2003–2004 Period to state Goodbye by Francesco Sartori organized by Drew Tretick Fantasia on Themes of Ryabinin, Op. 48, for piano and orchestra by Anton Arensky 2001–2002 Improvisation by Tony Mercer My Special and Sensitive Beast by Eugen Doga La Forza del Destino Ouverture by Giuseppe Verdi

Competitive highlights

With Borzenkova

Outcomes International Event 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 Worlds 15th Europeans 7th GP Glass of Russia 6th GP Lalique/Bompard 6th 7th 4th GP NHK Trophy 4th GP Skate Canada 6th 6th 5th Bofrost Glass 1st Finlandia Trophy 2nd Winter season Universiade 1st Country wide Russian Champ. 4th 6th 5th 4th 4th 4th 5th GP = Grand Prix

With Semkina

International Event 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 Karl Schäfer Memorial 2nd Nebelhorn Trophy 2nd Czech Skate 1st St. Gervais 4th Trophy from the Polish FSA 2nd Winter season Universiade 3rd International: Junior Globe Junior Championships 7th Blue Swords 3rd J. Country wide Russian Championships 6th 6th WD J. = Junior level; WD = Withdrew

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