LADIES
Date of birth:
09.02.1979
Irina SLUTSKAYA
RUS
Moscow
Place of birth:
Height:
160
cm
Moscow
Home town:
Student
Profession:
Hobbies:
soft toys, music
1984
Sport Club Moskvitch
Start sk. / Club:
/
16
at Moscow
h / week
Practice high season:
24
at Moscow
h / week
Practice low season:
Former coach:
Sergei Petukhov (FS)
Choreographer:
Zhanna Gromova
Coach:
Music Short Program / Original Dance as of 2005/2006 season  
Totentanz by Franz Liszt arranged by Maksim Mrvica
Mario Takes a Walk by Jesse Cook
Rhumba
Flamenco
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of 2005/2006 season
198.06
Cup of Russia 2005
26.11.2005
70.22
130.48
Cup of China 2005
Cup of Russia 2005
03.11.2005
26.11.2005
Personal Best Score Free Skating
Personal Best Score Short Program
Personal Best Total Score
1.
3.
1.S
1.
1.
9.
2.S
1.
1.S
2.
1.
2.
1.S
1.
2.
1.S
1.
2.
National Champ.
World Juniors
European Champ.
World Champ.
Olympic Games
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
In 1996, Irina Slutskaya became the first Russian lady to win the European title and is the first lady in history to win
7 European titles (1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006). She is also the first Russian lady skater to win a
silver medal at the Olympic Winter Games. Slutskaya invented the double Biellmann-spin with foot change. At the
2000 Grand Prix Final in Lyon she became the first woman to land a triple Lutz-triple loop combination in
competition and was awarded a 6.0 for technical merit. At Worlds 2001 she became the first woman to land a
triple Lutz-triple loop-double toeloop combination. Slutskaya married Sergei Mikheev in August 1999. She was left
off the National team for Europeans and Worlds in 1999 but came back strong the following year. Slutskaya
missed the 2003 World Championships due to the severe illness of her mother. She was sidelined by illness
(vasculitis) the whole 2003/2004 season except for Worlds. Slutskaya withdrew from the 2006 Nationals.
Cup of China, Beijing
Cup of Russia, Moscow
Marshalls World Cup, Auburn Hills, MI
ISU Grand Prix Final, Beijing
2004
2004
2004
2005
1.
1.
1.
1.
Cup of China, Beijing
Cup of Russia, St. Petersburg
Japan Int. Challenge, Tokyo
ISU Grand Prix Final, Tokyo
2005
2005
2005
2006
1.
1.
1.
2.
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International Competition
Year
Place
International Competition
Year
Place
Four Continents
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last update:
29.07.2007
16:39:43