Date of birth: 28.05.2004
Place of birth: Cheliabinsk RUS
Height: 158 cm
Home town: Berlin GER
Profession: athlete, high school graduate
Hobbies: cooking 
Start sk. / Club: 2008 /    
Internet / Social Media contact: Instagram: karisafina28.05
Internet / Social Media contact (Couple):  
Former Partners: Luka BERULAVA, Mikhail DOMNIN
Date of birth: 27.11.2002
Place of birth: Moscow RUS
Height: 186 cm
Home town: Perm RUS 
Profession: athlete, student
Hobbies: Formula 1 , football 
Start sk. / Club: 2005 /    
Internet / Social Media contact: Facebook: Luka Berulava
Instagram: berulava__luka
Internet / Social Media contact (Couple):  
Former Partners: Alina BUTAEVA, Karina SAFINA
Coach: Pavel Sliusarenko
Choreographer: Eteri Tutberidze, Daniil Gleikhengauz
Former Coach: Alexander König
Practice low season: 3 h/week Perm/RUS
Practice high season: 4 h/week Perm/RUS, Berlin, Oberstdorf/GER
Music Short Program as of season 2022/2023
Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2022/2023
Exogenesis Symphony by Muse
Personal Best Total Score 192.44 19.02.2022 XXIV Olympic Winter Games 2022
Personal Best Score Short Program 67.77 14.04.2022 ISU World Junior Championships 2022
Personal Best Score Free Skating 126.33 19.02.2022 XXIV Olympic Winter Games 2022
16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20 20/21 21/22 22/23 23/24
Olympic Games           9     
World Champ.           4  19   
European Champ.           4     
Four Continents                
World Juniors       7(1)    1     
National Champ.                
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
(1): Alina BUTAEVA / Luka BERULAVA (GEO)
International Competition Year Place International Competition Year Place
ISU JGP Kosice 2021, Kosice 2021 2.J ISU CS 53rd Golden Spin of Zagreb 2021, Sisak 2021 7.
ISU CS Nebelhorn Trophy 2021 - OWG Qualifying, Oberstdorf 2021 3. ISU GP Grand Prix de France 2022, Angers 2022 5.
ISU JGP Cup of Austria 2021, Linz 2021 3.J
Safina/Berulava are the first Georgian skaters to win an ISU Championship title (Junior World title in 2022) and the first Georgian pair skaters to win medals at the ISU Junior Grand Prix (silver and bronze in 2021 at JGP Kosice and JGP Austria). Relocated to Germany for training in fall 2022, but meanwhile returned to Russia.
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