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Date of birth: 19.07.1991 Alexander MAJOROV
SWE
Place of birth: St. Petersburg RUS
Height: 168 cm
Home town: Lulea
Profession: massage therapist
Hobbies: roadbiking, longboard riding, playing the guitar
Start sk. / Club: 1996 / Lulea FSC
Internet / Social Media contact: Twitter: Majorov3; Instagram: alexandermajorov3; www.alexandermajorov.com
Coach: Alexander Majorov sr
Choreographer: Irina Majorova, Marica Sandström Lindh
Former Coach:
Practice low season: 40 h / week Lulea
Practice high season: 31 h / week Lulea
Music Short Program / Short Dance as of season 2018/2019
Bang Bang by Asaf Avidan
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2018/2019
Tina by Randy Edelman
Saint James Infirmary by Hugh Laurie
Cuban Pete by Jim Carrey
Personal Best Total Score226.6429.09.2018 ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program84.6426.10.2018 ISU GP Skate Canada International 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating147.7829.09.2018 ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2018
 
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Olympic Games
World Champ.
European Champ.
Four Continents
World Juniors
National Champ.
 
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11.
 
 
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S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International CompetitionYearPlace
ISU GP Audi Cup of China 2017 Beijing 2017 10.
ISU CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2017 Zagreb 2017 7.
The Nordics 2018 Rovaniemi 2018 1.
Coupe de Printemps 2018 Luxembourg 2018 1.
International CompetitionYearPlace
ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2018 Oberstdorf 2018 2.
ISU CS Finlandia Trophy Espoo 2018 Espoo 2018 11.
ISU GP Skate Canada International 2018 Laval 2018 10.
ISU GP Rostelecom Cup 2018 Moscow 2018 9.
Majorov is coached by his parents. He is originally from Russia, but he moved as an infant to Sweden as his parents started coaching there. His younger brother Nikolai competes at the international junior level in figure skating. Majorov is the first skater from Sweden to medal at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships (bronze in 2011) and the first Swedish figure skater to medal at an ISU Championships since Vivi-Anne Hulten won the bronze at the World Championships in 1937. He holds a diploma as a physiotherapist and plans to retire from competing following the 2018/19 season.
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