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Diana Pervushkina

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Name  Diana Pervushkina
Coach  Evgeni Rukavicin

Height  1.59 m
Role  Figure skater
Country represented  Russia
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Native name  Pervushkina Diana Mihailovna
Full name  Diana Mihailovna Pervushkina
Born  23 June 1998 (age 17) (1998-06-23) Tolyatti, Russia
Former coach  Irina Baranova, Ilia Korzhov
Choreographer  Olga Glinka, Viatcheslav Maksimo
Former choreographer  Victoria Umnova, Nikita Kharitonov
Skating club  Olympic School St. Petersburg

Residence  Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Diana Mikhailovna Pervushkina (Russian: Диана Михайловна Первушкина; born 23 June 1998) is a Russian competitive figure skater.

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Personal life

Diana Mikhailovna Pervushkina was born on 22 June 1998 in Tolyatti, Russia.

Career

Making her senior national debut, Pervushkina finished 13th at the 2014 Russian Championships.

2014–15 season

Pervushkina debuted internationally in the 2014–15 season, placing 5th on the 2014–15 Junior Grand Prix (JGP) series in Japan. At the Russian national championships, she finished 13th on the senior level and 10th on the junior level. At the end of the season, Pervushkina left her longtime coaches, Irina Baranova and Ilia Korzhov, to train under Evgeni Rukavicin in Saint Petersburg.

2015–16 season

Pervushkina started her season by finishing 4th at her JGP event in Linz, Austria before winning her first JGP medal, bronze, in Zagreb, Croatia. She finished 13th at the Russian Championships in Yekaterinburg. On January 21-23, Pervuhskina competed at the Russian Junior Championships finishing in last place amongst a field of 18 qualified skaters.

Competitive highlights

CS: Challenger Series; JGP: Junior Grand Prix

References

Diana Pervushkina Wikipedia


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