PAIRS
Date of birth: 19.01.1984 Aliona SAVCHENKO
GER
Place of birth: Kiev UKR
Height: 152 cm
Home town: Chemnitz
Profession: athlete, student
Hobbies: costume design, reading, music
Start sk. / Club: 1989 / Chemnitzer EC
Internet / Social Media contact (couple): www.pixeleis.de
Former Partners Dmitri Boenko, Stanislav Morozov
Date of birth: 14.07.1979 Robin SZOLKOWY
GER
Place of birth: Greifswald
Height: 175 cm
Home town: Chemnitz
Profession: full-time athlete
Hobbies: motorcycling, sports
Start sk. / Club: 1983 / Chemnitzer EC
Internet / Social Media contact (couple): www.pixeleis.de
Former Partners Johanna Otto, Claudia Rauschenbach
Coach: Ingo Steuer
Choreographer: Ingo Steuer, David Wilson
Practice low season: 18 h / week at Chemnitz and Dresden
Practice high season: 18 h / week at Chemnitz
Music Short Program / Short Dance as of season 2013/2014
Pink Panther (soundtrack)
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2013/2014
The Nutcracker by Petr I. Tchaikovski
Personal Best Total Score227.0307.12.2013 ISU Grand Prix Final 2013/14
Personal Best Score Short Program79.6411.02.2014 XXII Olympic Winter Games 2014
Personal Best Score Free Skating147.5707.12.2013 ISU Grand Prix Final 2013/14
 
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NRW Trophy S&P 2012 Dortmund 2012 1.
ISU GP Cup of China 2013 Beijing 2013 1.
ISU GP Rostelecom Cup 2013 Moscow 2013 1.
ISU Grand Prix Final 2013/14 Fukuoka 2013 1.
Savchenko/Szolkowy are the first German skaters to win an European title in 12 years when they took the gold in 2007 and the first Germans to win Worlds in 11 years (in 2008). They are also the first German figure skaters to medal at the Olympic Games in 12 years. Their coach Ingo Steuer won Europeans with partner Mandy W├Âtzel in 1995, Worlds in 1997 and Olympic bronze in 1998. Savchenko is the 2000 World Junior Pairs Champion (with Stanislav Morozov), competing for the Ukraine. After her partnership with Morozov dissolved in 2002, she eventually moved to Germany in 2003 to team up with Szolkowy. Savchenko/Szolkowy won the 2004 German Nationals after skating together for just a few months. Savchenko obtained German citizenship in January 2006. She is often designing the costumes for the couple. The couple has performed the throw triple Axel in competition.
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