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Date of birth: 17.12.1996 Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
RUS
Place of birth: Glazov
Height: 157 cm
Home town: St. Petersburg
Profession: student
Hobbies: music, dancing, watching TV, surfing the web
Start sk. / Club: 2001 / Olympic School Zvezdni Led St. Petersburg
Internet / Social Media contact: Instagram: liza_tuktik; http://www.fskate.ru/skaters/75.html, http://vk.com/id38537529
Coach: Alexei Mishin, Tatiana Prokofieva
Choreographer: Tatiana Prokofieva
Former Coach: Svetlana Veretennikova
Practice low season: h / week Tartu/EST, Courchevel/FRA, St. Petersburg
Practice high season: h / week St. Petersburg
Music Short Program / Short Dance as of season 2018/2019
Assassin's Tango (from "Mr. and Mrs. Smith") by John Powell
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2018/2019
You Don't Love Me by Caro Emerald
Petite Fleur by The Hot Sardines
Cat Groove by Parov Stelar
Personal Best Total Score206.0714.09.2018 ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2018
Personal Best Score Short Program65.6913.09.2018 ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2018
Personal Best Score Free Skating140.3814.09.2018 ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2018
 
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18/19
Olympic Games
World Champ.
European Champ.
Four Continents
World Juniors
National Champ.
 
 
 
 
 
6.S
 
10.
3.
 
 
1.S
 
 
 
 
 
10.S
 
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2.S
 
 
 
 
 
8.S
 
 
 
 
 
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S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International CompetitionYearPlace
28th Winter Universiade 2017 Almaty 2017 4.
The Nordics 2017 Reykjavik 2017 2.
ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2017 Bergamo 2017 6.
ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2017 Espoo 2017 3.
International CompetitionYearPlace
ISU GP Audi Cup of China 2017 Beijing 2017 7.
ISU GP Internationaux de France 2017 Grenoble 2017 9.
ISU CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2017 Zagreb 2017 3.
ISU CS Lombardia Trophy 2018 Bergamo 2018 1.
Tuktamysheva is the first Russian lady to win the World title in ten years. Irina Slutskaya had won in 2005. She started skating at age four and a half because she befriended other girls that were figure skaters. Since 2007, she split her training time between Glazov and St. Petersburg. She moved to St. Petersburg to train there full-time in August 2011. Tuktamysheva has landed the triple Axels in competition. She broke her foot in March 2014 and was off the ice for three months.
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