| Anastasia Gubanova|
| 1.48 m (4 ft 10 ⁄2 in)|
| Анастасия Витальевна Губанова|
Anastasiia Vitalyevna Gubanova
2 December 2002 (age 14) (2002-12-02) Tolyatti, Samara Oblast, Russia
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Elizaveta Nugumanova, Anastasia A Gubanova, Alina Zagitova, Angelina Turenko, Evgenia Medvedeva
Anastasiia Vitalyevna Gubanova (Russian: Анастасия Витальевна Губанова; born 2 December 2002) is a Russian figure skater. She won two gold medals on the 2016–17 ISU Junior Grand Prix series and silver at the JGP Final.
Gubanova was born on 2 December 2002 in Tolyatti, Samara Oblast, Russia.
Gubanova is coached by Angelina Turenko in Saint Petersburg. She began appearing internationally in the advanced novice category in November 2013, taking gold at the Warsaw Cup. In the following years, she won the Rooster Cup, Gardena Spring Trophy and NRW Trophy.
Gubanova's junior international debut came at the 2016–17 ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) competition in Ostrava, Czech Republic; she won the gold medal by a margin of 0.08 over Japan's Rika Kihira, after placing second in the short program and first in the free skate. At the JGP in Dresden, Germany, she ranked first in both segments and outscored the silver medalist, Yuna Shiraiwa, by 17.91 points. Gubanova qualified for the JGP Final in Marseille, France, where she won the silver medal scoring a new personal best in free skate of 133.77 and with a total of 194.07 points, just behind teammate Alina Zagitova who won the gold medal respectively.Set junior-level ladies' record for the free program to 129.14 points at the 2016 JGP in Germany, previously held by Marin Honda (Japan). On 9 December 2016, she updated her free program personal best score to 133.77 points at the 2016-17 JGP Final but the record was broken again in the same event, 5 minutes later by teammate Alina Zagitova (Russia).
JGP: Junior Grand Prix
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