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Alexandra Proklova

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Skating club  CSKA Moscow
Coach  Elena Vodorezova
Training locations  Moscow
Home town  Moscow

Name  Alexandra Proklova
Choreographer  Tatiana Tarasova
Height  1.50 m
Country represented  Russia
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Native name  aleksandra aleksandrovna Proklova
Full name  Alexandra Alexandrovna Proklova
Born  5 April 2000 (age 15) (2000-04-05) Moscow, Russia
Former coach  Inna Goncharenko, Oksana Liashnevskaya
Former choreographer  Ekaterina Tikhonova, Anna Bilibina, Sergei Verbillo

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Alexandra Alexandrovna Proklova (Russian: Александра Александровна Проклова, born 5 April 2000) is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2013 JGP Czech Republic champion and the 2014 Russian junior national bronze medalist.

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Personal life

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Alexandra ("Sasha" or "Shura") Alexandrovna Proklova was born April 5, 2000 in Moscow. Her father is a former rugby player.

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Apart from figure skating, Proklova also enjoys dancing and ballet.

Career

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Proklova picked figure skating, which she and her mother enjoyed watching on television, after her parents decided to enroll her in a sport to redirect her energy. She began learning at age four at CSKA Moscow, taught by Oksana Liashnevskaya. After her coach moved to another rink, to which the commute was long, Proklova decided to switch to Inna Goncharenko, in 2009.

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In the 2013–14 season, Proklova debuted on the Junior Grand Prix series. In her first JGP event in Košice, Slovakia, she won the silver medal with a total score 3.97 points less than gold medalist Karen Chen. Proklova then won gold in her next assignment in Ostrava, Czech Republic, finishing 15.59 points ahead of silver medalist and teammate Maria Sotskova. Proklova finished fifth at the Junior Grand Prix Final in Fukuoka, Japan. At the Russian Championships, she placed fourth in her senior debut and then won the bronze medal on the junior level. During the off-season, Proklova sustained a fracture in her leg in an on-ice fall.

Competitive highlights

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JGP: Junior Grand Prix

References

Alexandra Proklova Wikipedia


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