|Height 1.62 m|
|Country represented Russia|
Name Ludmila Nelidina
|Born 7 December 1984 (age 31) (1984-12-07) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
Combined total 117.49 2003 Cup of Russia
Short program 42.20 2003 Cup of Russia
Free skate 75.29 2003 Cup of Russia
Former coach Zhanna Gromova, Viktor Kudriavtsev
Former country(ies) represented Azerbaijan
Skating club Sport Palace Olympiski
Ludmila Nelidina Triple axel
Ludmila Nelidina (Russian: Людмила Нелидина; born 7 December 1984) is a Russian former competitive figure skater. She is the 2001 Nebelhorn Trophy champion and 2002 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalist.
Ludmila nelidina rus 2003 world championships sp
Nelidina competed for Russia until 1998, when she briefly switched to competing for Azerbaijan. She switched back to skating for Russia the following year. Her highest placement at a senior-level ISU Championship was 13th at the 2003 World Championships. During her career, she was coached by Tatiana Pomerantseva, Zhanna Gromova, and Viktor Kudriavtsev.
Nelidina landed a triple axel in competition at the 2002 Skate America. Together with Yukari Nakano, who also completed a triple axel at that competition, Nelidina was the first female skater in 10 years to perform a triple axel in international competition. She is the first European lady skater to land a triple axel in competition, the other skaters having been from Japan and the United States.
After retiring from competition, Nelidina began coaching in Moscow.