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Andrei Chuvilaev

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Country represented  Russia
Retired  2006
Height  2.00 m
Name  Andrei Chuvilaev

Andrei Chuvilaev Ice Stars Viktoria Borzenkova Andrei Chuvilaev
Full name  Andrei Mstislavovich Chuvilaev
Born  23 May 1978 (age 37) (1978-05-23) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Former choreographer  Tamara Moskvina, Evgeny Sereznikov, Oksana Kazakova, Alexei Matveev, Valeri Pecherski
Combined total  151.20 2003 Cup of Russia
Short program  52.88 2003 Cup of Russia
Free skate  99.30 2004 Trophee Eric Bompard
Former partner  Viktoria Borzenkova, Olga Semkina
Former coach  Tamara Moskvina, Igor Moskvin, Oksana Kazakova

Skating club  Yubileyny Sports Club

Andrei Mstislavovich Chuvilaev (Russian: Андрей Мстиславович Чувиляев; born 23 May 1978) is a Russian former pair skater. With Viktoria Borzenkova, he won the 2003 Winter Universiade and 2004 Bofrost Cup on Ice.

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Career

Chuvilaev skated seriously from the age of five and switched to pairs at 11. He began competing internationally with Olga Semkina in 1994. The pair placed seventh at the 1995 World Junior Championships, held in Budapest in November 1994. They won gold at the 1995 Czech Skate, silver at the 1996 Nebelhorn Trophy, and bronze at the 1997 Winter Universiade.

Chuvilaev began competing with Viktoria Borzenkova in 1999. Early in their partnership, they were coached by Ludmila Koblova in Moscow. They finished seventh at the 2002 European Championships and 15th at the 2002 World Championships. They formed an unusual pair due to their height, she being 168 cm tall and he 200 cm. In April 2003, they moved to Saint Petersburg and began working with Oksana Kazakova and Tamara Moskvina. The pair retired from competition in 2006.

Programs

(with Borzenkova)

References

Andrei Chuvilaev Wikipedia


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