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Oksana Domnina is a Russian ice dancer who competed at the 2006 and 2010 Olympic games. Dominia was partnered with [[Maxim Shabalin]]. They retired from competitive figure skating in 2010. Domnina is married to 2006 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Dancer [[Roman Kostomarov]] and they have one child, Anastasia born on 2 January 2011.
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{{PAGENAME}} is a Russian ice dancer who competed at the 2006 and 2010 Olympic games. Dominia was partnered with [[Maxim Shabalin]]. They retired from competitive figure skating in 2010. Domnina is married to 2006 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Dancer [[Roman Kostomarov]] and they have one child, Anastasia born on 2 January 2011.
   
 
==Torino 2006==
 
==Torino 2006==

Latest revision as of 10:54, February 19, 2014

Oksana Domnina
Domnina
Country Russia
Sport Figure skating
Best Events ice dancing
Olympics Attended 2006; 2010
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
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Personal Information
Nickname
Birthdate 17 August 1984
Birthplace Kirov, Russian SFSR
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight
Hometown

Oksana Domnina is a Russian ice dancer who competed at the 2006 and 2010 Olympic games. Dominia was partnered with Maxim Shabalin. They retired from competitive figure skating in 2010. Domnina is married to 2006 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Dancer Roman Kostomarov and they have one child, Anastasia born on 2 January 2011.

Torino 2006Edit

Dominia and Shablin placed ninth.

Event Score Rank
Compulsory 33.37 9
Original 52.36 9
Free 88.03 9
Overall 173.76 9

Vancouver 2010Edit

Domnina and Shablin won the bronze medal.

Event Score Rank
Compulsory 43.76 1
Original 62.84 3
Free 101.04 3
Overall 207.64 3

The compulsory dance score was a personal best for Domnina and Shablin.

Major Competition ResultsEdit

  • Olympics: 2006-9th; 2010-3rd
  • World Championships: 2003-15th; 2004-10th. 2005-8th; 2006-7th; 2007-5th; 2009-1st
  • European Championships: 2003-12th; 2004-7th; 2005-6th; 2006-6th; 2007-2nd; 2008-1st; 2010-1st
  • Russian National Championships: 2003-3rd; 2004-2nd; 2005-1st; 2006-2nd; 2007-1st; 2010-1st

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