The duo also finished as high as sixth at Europeans in 2001, ninth at Worlds in 2001, and 15th at the Olympics in 2002.
Szolkowy was not quite as successful on the international scene with his previous partners.
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Since he will recreate the Vienna concert in Toronto, maybe they will be there too. But the latest news is that they just won the first place and the Gold medal in pair figure skating during the European Championships in Warchau.
Family name Savchenko Given name Aliona Date of birth 19 January 1984 Place of birth Kiev UKRGender F Home town Chemnitz Country of residence GER Height 154 cm Weight 46 kg 101 lbs Nationality GER Profession Student Hobbies: Books, Musicstarted skating in 1989Club Chemnitzer ECFormer Partners: Dmitri Boenko, Stanislav Morozov Both Aliona and Robin skated with different partners before they teamed up together, these are the prices and accomplishment they have won since they started skating together in the 2003-2004 season. 1st Gold2005-06 Nebelhorn Trophy: 1st Skate Canada: 1st NHK Trophy: 2nd Grand Prix Final: 3rd German Nationals: 1st European championships: 2nd Olympic Games: 6th World Championships: 6th2004-05Nebelhorn Trophy: 3rd Ondrey Nepela Memorial: 1st Cup of Russia: 3rd German Nationals: 1st European championships: 4th World championship: 6th2003-04German Nationals: 1st From a German news article Germany has a top pairs team which can compete for the medals at the European Championships.
Without her I would not be here.”—Bruno Massot on his partner, Aliona Savchenko, who chose to work with him after her previous partner (with whom she won the Olympic bronze) retired in 2014.
Savchenko and Massot, representing Germany, won the pairs bronze medal at the 2016 World Championships last week.
A figure skating partnership can be the stuff of legend—for good or ill.
Skating fans are still inspired by pair skaters Sergei Grinkov and Ekaterina Gordeeva, the two-time Olympic gold medalists who epitomized romance both on and off the ice.
So I told my mother there was a dark boy in Germanythat wanted to skate with me and I knew him and thought it might be a good match"Szolkowy had thought his pairs career was over after his partner left and wasactually skating synchro when he got the offer to try out with Savchenko. "I saw skating on television and was fascinated by it," she recalled. I changed to pairs when I was 16 because I couldn't see a future in singles. Ingo Steuer coaches the talented couple, who train at Chemnitz in Germany. When Iwas 4 my dad brought me to practice at a sports school,but the coach there said, 'you are still too small, come backnext year'.
"I didn't do any other sports but I wanted to try figure skating. I saw the other skaters doing it and I wanted to do it myself. They work on ice for about three hours a day, five days a week in the summer, and then increase their training to over five hours a day during the season. This season, they are using "Isolde" by Maurice Luttikkus for the short program, music from the "Casablanca" soundtrack for the long, and "Belle" from the "Notre Dame de Paris" soundtrack performed by Smash for their exhibition program. "I know what look is right for them," Steuer stated. Aliona: Sasha Cohen, Brian Joubert, Tanith Belbin/Benjamin Agosto, Xue Shen/Hongbo Zhao. Robin: To be self-employed in the gastronomic area. Robin: When I was 4 my mom and I moved from the coast of the East Seato Erfurt.
“If we ever have a disagreement we know we have the same goals so it’s easy for us to work through a disagreement[,] maybe faster than some other people in a regular working relationship.”—Maia Shibutani, U. ice dancer, who won Worlds silver last week with her partner (and brother), Alex.
“It’s great to have someone who isn’t just going through the same thing, but has a lot tied into your improving. I’m looking over at Meryl and she’s working her butt off. For example, when we were children before we started skating together, he was really sloppy, and he was falling all the time. Then when we got together, he became less sloppy and I became less stiff.”—Gabriella Papadakis, French ice dancer, on her partner, Guillaume Cizeron.
Szolkowy is part of the sports division of the German Army, where he has worked for the last year and a half.