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Alexander Uspenski

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Height  1.76 m
Skating club  SC Moskvich
Retired  2010
Began skating  1992
Country represented  Russia
Name  Alexander Uspenski

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Full name  Alexander Sergeyevich Uspenski
Born  25 April 1987 (age 28) (1987-04-25) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Former coach  Marina Kudriavtseva, Leonid Raitsin, Natalia Dubinskaia
Combined total  189.17 2007 Cup of Russia

Former choreographer  Ludmila Vlasova

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Alexander Sergeyevich Uspenski (Russian: Александр Серге́евич Успенский, born 25 April 1987) is a Russian former competitive figure skater. He is the 2006 Finlandia Trophy silver medalist and 2004 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final bronze medalist.

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Personal life

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Alexander Uspenski was born on 25 April 1987 in Moscow. He is the elder brother of Vladimir Uspenski, who also competed in figure skating.

Career

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Alexander Uspenski began competing on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) circuit in 2001. Over the course of five seasons, he would win seven medals – three gold, two silver, and two bronze – and qualify three times to the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final. He won the bronze medal at the 2004 JGP Final.

Uspenski withdrew from the 2005 World Junior Championships due to the flu. He was sent again the following year and finished 8th.

Uspenski made his senior international circuit debut in the 2006–07 season. After taking the silver medal at the 2006 Finlandia Trophy, he debuted on the senior Grand Prix series, finishing 5th and 6th at his two events. Uspenski missed the Russian national championships as a result of whooping cough. He changed coaches from Natalia Dubinskaia to Marina Kudriavtseva in January 2007.

Uspenski competed on the GP series for two more seasons before retiring in 2010.

Competitive highlights

GP: Grand Prix; JGP: Junior Grand Prix

References

Alexander Uspenski Wikipedia


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