They won their fourth World title – becoming the fifth pair in the post-World War II period to do so – by a margin of 0.11 points over silver medalists Volosozhar/Trankov. By 1963, Rodnina had begun skating with her first partner Oleg Vlasov, coached by Sonia and Milan Valun. In 1964, her coach became Stanislav Zhuk, who paired her with Alexei Ulanov.
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Savchenko decided to continue competing, a possibility she had considered since the 2013 Cup of China. On 29 March 2014, it was reported that she would team up with France’s Bruno Massot. The two began training together in April, working to adjust to each other’s different technique. They made their first appearance as a pair at the 2014 All That Skate shows in South Korea.
Because Chemnitz melted its ice rink until nearly the end of August, they trained in Coral Springs, Florida for two months beginning in mid-July. She also combs her hair twice a day and trims the ends every six months to keep her hair strong. “I never wanted to cut my hair and I don’t want to grow it even lower, I don’t know, time will tell, naturally I really want it,” she said.
Holiday On Ice
They won silver medals at both the 2013 European Championships and the 2013 World Championships. At the European Championships, Savchenko/Szolkowy won the short program by almost three points, receiving a perfect ten for performance and execution from one of the judges. Their training ice was scheduled to be melted in late March, after they would normally have left for the World Championships, however, the competition was postponed to late April. They were able to get their ice time extended until Easter, with the city and sport association negotiating the finances.
Rodnina graduated from the Central Institute of Physical Culture. Her first marriage was to Alexander Zaitsev, with whom she has a son of the same name, born in 1979. From her second marriage with the film producer Leonid Menkovsky, Rodnina has a daughter, Alyona Minkovski, born in 1986. She spent a number of years living in the United States and then moved back to Russia. This section will get Mykyta’s age, birthday, religion, hometown, food habits, and birthplace details.
Savchenko/Szolkowy made their third World appearance at the 2007 World Championships. Second in the short program and third in the free skate, they won their first World medal, a bronze. Their total score was 16.11 points behind gold medalists Shen/Zhao. Savchenko and Massot ended the season at the 2018 World Championships in Milan, Italy, where they won the world title, Massot’s first and Savchenko’s sixth.
In the long program, Rodnina became faint and dizzy but it was enough for their fourth World title. Ulanov continued his career with Smirnova, while Rodnina considered retirement. In 1974, Rodnina/Zaitsev left Zhuk, with whom the working relationship had become strained, to train with Tatiana Tarasova.
Savchenko turned to pairs at age 13, saying “I saw the other skaters doing it and I wanted to do it myself. I liked all the acrobatic things like lifts and twists and throws.” At the 2011 World Championships, Savchenko/Szolkowy were in second place following the short program. They went on to win their third World Championships with a record-breaking free skate.