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Date of birth: 24.08.2003
Alena KOSTORNAIA
Place of birth: Moscow
Height: 155 cm
RUS
Home town: Moscow
Profession: high school student
Hobbies: horse riding and show jumping
Start sk. / Club: 2007 / FS Academy “Angels of Plushenko”
Internet / Social Media contact: Instagram: aliona_officialnew
Coach: Evgeni Plushenko, Sergei Rozanov
Choreographer: Sergei Rozanov (SP), Shae-Lynn Bourne (FS), Elena Ilinykh
Former Coach: Eteri Tutberidze, S. Dudakov, D. Gleikhengauz, Elena Zhgun, Marina Cherkasova
Practice low season:  h/week Moscow, Novogorsk
Practice high season:  h/week Moscow
Music Short Program as of season 2020/2021
No Time to Die by Billie Eilish
You Should See Me With a Crown by Billie Eilish
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2020/2021
Wayward Sisters (from "Nocturnal Animals" soundtrack) by Abel Korzeniowski
Dance for Me Wallis (from "W.E." soundtrack) by Abel Korzeniowski
The Cheek of Night (from "Romeo and Juliet" soundtrack) by Abel Korzeniowski
Personal Best Total Score 247.59 07.12.2019 ISU Grand Prix Final 2019/2020
Personal Best Score Short Program 85.45 06.12.2019 ISU Grand Prix Final 2019/2020
Personal Best Score Free Skating 162.14 07.12.2019 ISU Grand Prix Final 2019/2020
13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21
Olympic Games                
World Championship                
European Championship             1   
Four Continents                
World Juniors         2       
National Championship       16.J  3.S, 2.J  3.S, 2.J  2.S   
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International Competition Year Place International Competition Year Place
ISU JGP Cup of Austria 2018, Linz 2018 1.J ISU GP Internationaux de France 2019, Grenoble 2019 1.
ISU JGP Czech Skate 2018, Ostrava 2018 1.J ISU GP NHK Trophy 2019, Sapporo 2019 1.
ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 2018/19, Vancouver 2018 1.J ISU Grand Prix Final 2019/2020, Torino 2019 1.
ISU CS Finlandia Trophy 2019, Espoo 2019 1. ISU GP Rostelecom Cup 2020, Moscow 2020 2.
Kostornaia has landed triple Axels in competition.
She switched coaches in July 2020. Coach Evgeni Plushenko is a two-time Olympic Champion (2006 and with the team 2014) as well as the 2002 and 2010 Olympic silver medalist. 
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