Elena Liashenko

Biography

Elena Lyashenko (9 August 1976, Kyiv) - Ukrainian figure skater (figure skating). The multiple champion of Ukraine, winner of the European Championships and the Grand Prix stages. The master of sports of international class.

Experts and fans determine the riding style of Elena Lyashenko as an example "the most pronounced feminine skating."

Born August 9, 1976 in the city. Kiev. Figure skating began with an 1980. Higher education. Married.

Height - 160 cm, weight - 47.5 kg. Coach - Marina Amirhanova.

After the XX Winter Olympics (Turin, 2006) completed a career. Since then a coach.

Achievement

1994

Ukraine Championship - 4th place

XVII Olympic Winter Games - 19th place

World Championship - 6th place

1995

Ukraine Championship - 2nd place

Yevropy- Championship 3rd place

World Championship - 9th place

1996

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

Skate Israel - 2nd place

Championship - 4th place

World Championship - 12th place

1997

Ukraine Championship - 2nd place

Skate Canada Grand Prix - 9th place

Nation's Cup Grand Prix - 6th place

Skate Israel - 3rd place

Championship - 5th place

1998

Ukraine Championship - 2nd place

Championship - 5th place

XVIII Olympic Winter Games in Nagano - 9th place

World Championship - 7th place

1999

Ukraine Championship -1 place

Championship Yevropy- 7th

Skate Canada Grand Prix - 1st place

World Championship - 8th place

2000

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

Yevropy- Championship 5th place

World Championship - 10th place

2001

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

Yevropy- Championship 4th place

World Championship - 8th place

2002

Ukraine Championship - 2nd place

Championship - 9th place

XIX Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City - 14 th place.

World Championship - 6th place

2003

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

Yevropy- Championship 5th place

World Championship - 7th place

Cup of China Grand Prix - 1st place

Cup of Russia Grand Prix - 1st place

NHK Trophy Grand Prix - 2nd place

2004

Grand Prix Final - 4th place

Yevropy- Championship 2nd place

World Championship - 11th place

2005

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

Yevropy- Championship 3rd place

World Championship - 10th place

2006

Ukraine Championship - 1st place

 

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