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Alexei Urmanov
Russian figure skater
and coach
Kolosova Elena Andreevna
English teacher
GBOU school №31 of Vasileostrovski...
CAREER
Alexei Urmanov was born in Leningrad. He
started skating at the age of four. He won the
silver medal at the 1990 Wo...
CAREER

Urmanov chose to remain in the competitive ranks. He
became the 1997 European champion, but an injury forced
him o...
AMAZING FACTS

In 1991 he made his debut
at the European
Championships,
becoming the second
skater in history to have
fulf...
PRIVATE LIFE

Alexei has a wonderful
wife, Victoria, and twins –
Andrew and Ivan
AWARDS

Olympic champion, 1994
European Championship winner, 1996-1997
Russian championship winner, 1991-1996
Skate Canada...
FREE TIME

Alexei takes part in TV-show “ICE DACING ”
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Alexei Urmanov – Russian figure skater and coach

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Alexei Urmanov – Russian figure skater and coach

  1. 1. Alexei Urmanov Russian figure skater and coach Kolosova Elena Andreevna English teacher GBOU school №31 of Vasileostrovskiy district, Saint-Petrsburg
  2. 2. CAREER Alexei Urmanov was born in Leningrad. He started skating at the age of four. He won the silver medal at the 1990 World Junior Championships. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Urmanov chose to compete for Russia. In 1991, at age 17, he became the first skater to perform a quadruple jump at the European Championships. He competed at the 1992 Winter Olympics, where he placed 5th. He won the bronze medal at the 1993 World Championships. At the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, he won the gold medal.
  3. 3. CAREER Urmanov chose to remain in the competitive ranks. He became the 1997 European champion, but an injury forced him out of the 1997 World Championships after the short program and kept him from competing for a berth to the 1998 Olympics. Alexei retired from Olympic-eligible skating in 1999 and won the World Professional Championships the same year. Urmanov trained at the Yubileyny Sports Palace, which during the 1990s often had poor-quality ice and other problems, resulting in limited training time. The skater is an Honoured Masters of Sports of the Russian Federation.
  4. 4. AMAZING FACTS In 1991 he made his debut at the European Championships, becoming the second skater in history to have fulfilled purely jump in four turns (toe loop), repeated it at the World Cup in 1991. In December 1991, in Kiev, Alexei became the latest champion of the Soviet Union in figure skating.
  5. 5. PRIVATE LIFE Alexei has a wonderful wife, Victoria, and twins – Andrew and Ivan
  6. 6. AWARDS Olympic champion, 1994 European Championship winner, 1996-1997 Russian championship winner, 1991-1996 Skate Canada International winner, 1995-1996 Sparkassen Cup winner, 1996-1997 Cup of Russia winner, 1996-1997, 1998-1999 The Goodwill Games winner, 1993-1994
  7. 7. FREE TIME Alexei takes part in TV-show “ICE DACING ”

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