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Date of birth: 15.04.1991 Javier FERNANDEZ
ESP
Place of birth: Madrid
Height: 173 cm
Home town: Madrid
Profession: athlete
Hobbies: tennis, frontennis, soccer, friends
Start sk. / Club: 1997 / Club Hielo Valdemoro
Internet / Social Media contact: Twitter: @javierfernandez; Instagram: @javierfernandezskater; www.javierfernandezskater.com
Coach: Brian Orser, Tracy Wilson
Choreographer: David Wilson
Former Coach: D. Peinado, C. Sanz, J. Lafarga, Nikolai Morozov, Ivan Saez
Practice low season: 13 h / week Toronto/CAN
Practice high season: 18 h / week Toronto/CAN
Music Short Program / Short Dance as of season 2018/2019
Malaguena performed by Paco de Lucia, Placido Domingo
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2018/2019
Man of La Mancha by Mitch Leigh
Personal Best Total Score271.5926.01.2019 ISU European Championships 2019
Personal Best Score Short Program91.8424.01.2019 ISU European Championships 2019
Personal Best Score Free Skating179.7526.01.2019 ISU European Championships 2019
 
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S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
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ISU Grand Prix Final 2016/17 Marseille 2016 4.
ISU CS Autumn Classic International 2017 Montreal 2017 1.
ISU GP Audi Cup of China 2017 Beijing 2017 6.
ISU GP Internationaux de France 2017 Grenoble 2017 1.
Fernandez is the first figure skater from Spain to win the World title (2015) and to take a medal at an ISU Championship (gold at 2013 Europeans). He is also the first Spanish skater to win a medal at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating (silver at Skate Canada 2011) and to qualify for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final, where he took bronze in Dec 2011. Fernandez is the first man to represent Spain in figure skating at the Olympic Winter Games since 1956 when Dario Villalba competed. Fernandez switched coaches in spring 2011 and moved to Canada for training. He released an autobiography in fall 2016. Coach Brian Orser is the 1984 and 1988 Olympic silver medalist.
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