MEN
Date of birth: 13.06.1993 Denis TEN
KAZ
Place of birth: Almaty
Height: 162 cm
Home town: Moscow and Almaty
Profession: pupil
Hobbies: music, movies, reading, being with friends
Start sk. / Club: 1998 / Kiyal Almaty
Coach: Elena Buianova, Tatiana Tarasova
Choreographer: Tatiana Tarasova, Mikhail Pochitalin
Former Coach:
Practice low season: 22 h / week at Moscow/RUS and Almaty
Practice high season: 22 h / week at Moscow/RUS
Music Short Program / Original Dance as of season 2009/2010
Sing Sing Sing by Louis Prima
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of season 2009/2010
Paso Doble
Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo
Personal Best Total Score211.4326.03.2009 World Championships 2009
Personal Best Score Short Program76.2416.02.2010 XXI Olympic Winter Games 2010
Personal Best Score Free Skating142.8926.03.2009 World Championships 2009
 
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09/10
Olympic Games
World Champ.
European Champ.
Four Continents
World Juniors
National Champ.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International CompetitionSeasonPlace
NRW Trophy Single 2007 Dortmund 2007/2008 1. J
ISU JGP Courchevel 2008 Courchevel 2008/2009 4. J
ISU JGP Golden Lynx 2008 Gomel 2008/2009 1. J
SBS ISU Junior Grand Prix Final 2008/2009 Goyang City 2008/2009 5. J
International CompetitionSeasonPlace
ISU GP Samsung Anycall Cup of China 2009 Beijing 2009/2010 10.
ISU GP HomeSense Skate Canada International 2009 Kitchener 2009/2010 7.
NRW Trophy S&P 2009 Dortmund 2009/2010 4.
Golden Spin 2009 Zagreb 2009/2010 1.
Ten moved to Moscow for better practice conditions. He is the first skater from Kazakhstan to medal at an ISU competition (gold at 2008 ISU Junior Grand Prix in Gomel/BLR) and his 4th place finish at the 2009 World Junior Championships is the best Championship result for a skater from Kazakhstan so far. Ten is a descendant of famous Korean General Min Keung Ho. His family is part of the Korean minority in Kazakhstan. Coach Elena Buianova (Vodorezova) is the 1983 European silver and World bronze medalist.
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