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Tatiana Volosozhar
Volosozhar
Country Russia; Ukraine
Sport Figure skating
Best Events pair
Olympics Attended 2006; 2010; 2014
Olympic Medals Won
Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze
2 0 0
Personal Information
Nickname
Birthdate 22 May 1986
Birthplace Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian, SSR
Height 5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)
Weight
Hometown

Tatiana Volosozhar is a Ukrainian figure skater competing in pairs for Russia. Volosozhar formerly competed for her home country at the Olympics in 2006 and 2010 and when her previous partner retired after the 2010 Olympics Volosozhar moved to train with her new partner, Maxim Trankov. Volosozhar and Trankov are the 2013 World Champions. Volosozhar was a singles skater until the age of 14.

Torino 2006Edit

Results with Stanislav Morozov for her home country of Urkraine.

Event Score Rank
Short 50.14 12
Free 98.24 12
Overall 148.38 12

Vancouver 2010Edit

Volosozhar competed at the 2010 Olympics with Stanislav Morozov for her home country of Ukraine.  They finished in eighth place.

Event Score Rank
Short 62.14 9
Free 119.64 8
Overall 181.78 8

Sochi 2014Edit

Team Event Volosozhar and Trankov competed in the short program of the pair portion of the team event. They finished first earning the Russian team ten points.

Event Score Rank Points
Short 83.79 1 10

Pair Competition

Volosozhar and Trankov won both the short and free skate portions of the pair competition earning the gold medal.

Event Score Rank
Short 84.17 1
Free 152.69 1
Overall 236.86 1

The short program score is a new world record for pair skating.

Major Competition ResultsEdit

with Maxim Trankov

  • Olympics: 2014-1st [team]; 2014-1st [pair]
  • World Championships: 2011-2nd; 2012-2nd; 2013-1st
  • European Championships: 2012-1st; 2013-1st; 2014-1st
  • Russian National Championships: 2011-1st; 2013-1st

with Stanislav Morozov

  • Olympics: 2006-12th; 2010-8th
  • World Championships: 2005-10th; 2006-10th; 2007-4th; 2008-9th; 2009-6th
  • European Championships: 2005-5th; 2007-5th; 2008-4th; 2009-4th; 2010-4th

with Petr Kharchenko

  • World Championships: 2003-17th; 2004-14th
  • European Championships: 2003-7th

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