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21st October 2007, 21:58
Am vazut k sunt o pereche apreciata p aici :cool:.


Robin Szolkowy

Country: Germany
Date of birth: July 17, 1979 (age 28)
Residence: Chemnitz, Germany
Height: 175 cm (5'9")
Partner: Aljona Savchenko
Former Partner: Johanna Otto, Claudia Rauschenbach
Coach: Ingo Steuer
Skating Club: Chemnitzer EC
Profession: soldier
Hobbies: motorcycle, sports, his girlfriend

Aliona Savchenko

Country: Germany
Date of birth: January 19, 1984 (age 23)
Residence: Chemnitz, Germany
Height: 153 cm
Partner: Robin Szolkowy
Former Partner: Dmitri Boenko, Stanislav Morozov
Coach: Ingo Steuer
Skating Club: Chemnitzer EC
Hobbies: books, music

Robin Szolkowy & Aliona Savchenko
Short + Free Total: 199.39 2007 Europeans
Short Program: 67.65 2007 Worlds
Free Skate: 134.01 2007 Europeans


23rd October 2007, 23:13
Mie personal da..acum pot zice da..dar in iarna nu as fi zis..cel putin dupa SP de la europene eram foarte suparata pe ei:P...dar dupa LP m-au castigat:)

23rd October 2007, 23:15
dar de ce te-au suparat dupa sp??? pe mine la euros m-a suparat ca polonezii nu au fost pe locul 2, ar fi meritat!!!

23rd October 2007, 23:22
Pai..ei m-ai bine zis trebuia sa fiu suparata pe Petrova/Tihonov..ca nu au avut un program bun...eu cu ei tineam:)

23rd October 2007, 23:34
mai mie nemtii mi s-au parut mai buni decat rusii si polonezii de la distanta. eu nu-i stiam inainte de euros. dar la lp polonezii au fost mai buni decat rusii.
dar asta e erau ambele perechi cam in varsta. respect ce au realizat pana acum. iar polonezii mi s-au parut niste oameni care au avut multa determinare de-a lungul cariei. bravo tuturor!!!

24th October 2007, 22:11
Da si mie imi plac polonezii...dar mai mult tineam cu perechea rusa...si nici eu nu ii stiam pe nemtii inainte de euro:)

27th October 2007, 19:48
Nemtii pe locul 3 al clasamentului mondial:
World Skater Rankings: Oct. 22 2007

Rank Name Country Points
1 Dan Zhang
Hao Zhang China 250.50
2 Qing Pang
Jian Tong China 215.50
3 Aliona Savchenko
Robin Szolkowy Germany 213.89
4 Maria Petrova
Alexei Tikhonov Russia 194.09
5 Rena Inoue
John Baldwin USA 167.71
6 Julia Obertas
Sergei Slavnov Russia 88.64
7 Keauna McLaughlin
Rockne Brubaker USA 87.50
8 Ksenia Krasilnikova
Konstantin Bezmaternikh Russia 72.95
9 Vera Bazarova
Yuri Larionov Russia 71.75
10 Tatiana Volosozhar
Stanislav Morozov Ukraine 66.45
10 Jessica Dube
Bryce Davison Canada 53.50
11 Julia Vlassov
Drew Meekins USA 50.30
12 Maria Mukhortova
Maxim Trankov Russia 49.25
14 Anabelle Langlois
Cody Hay Canada 46.50
15 Dominika Piatkowska
Dmitri Khromin Poland 42.40
16 Jessica Rose Paetsch
Jon Nuss USA 42.35
17 Brooke Castile
Ben Okolski USA 40.15
18 Angelika Pylkina
Niklas Hogner Sweden 38.95
19 Jiaqi Li
Jiankun Xu China 36.20
20 Stacey Kemp
David King Great Britain 34.10


10th November 2007, 16:09
Aliona&Robin @ Skate Canada

21st December 2007, 19:08
Aliona Savchenko/Robin Szolkowy-Germany-347.43 p ocupa locul 2 in ierarhia mondiala.

10th January 2008, 23:48
Programul de gala "Leningrad:

26th January 2008, 14:44

26th January 2008, 16:47
foarte frumoase costumele astea. superbe culori!!!!

27th January 2008, 22:17

10th March 2008, 19:53
Germans are one of the favorites for Sweden

By Klaus-Reinhold Kany, special to icenetwork.com
(03/08/2008) - Germany's Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy have had a very strong season on the ice. They have been successful against local competition, winning their fifth straight national title and cruising to gold at the 2008 European Championships by nearly 33 points, and at worldwide events, finishing first at the ISU Grand Prix Final for the first time.

With their success this year, they are the favorites for the gold medal at the 2008 World Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden. Their main competition there will come from two Chinese pairs -- 2006 Olympic silver medalists Dan Zhang and Hao Zhang and 2008 Four Continents champions Qing Pang and Jian Tong. Savchenko and Szolkowy beat both pairs at the GP Final, but their one blemish this season came at the hands of Zhang and Zhang, who won gold ahead of the Germans at the Cup of Russia.

Savchenko and Szolkowy's triple throws, lifts and steps are excellent, but they sometimes have problems with their individual jumps. What separates them most from all other pairs in the world is their sparkle, their style, and their little steps between the elements. The close spacing between the two while they skate is phenomenal, and the simulated love story they portray lets spectators dream. The British Eurosport TV commentator Christopher Howarth said during Europeans in January, "I could watch them a whole day, so lovely do they skate."

Skolkowy learned to skate when he was a kid, because his mom used it as a kind of day care. "When my single mother had to go to work in the afternoons, she took me to the ice rink near our apartment in our hometown of Erfurt in order to have me do something useful after school."

He was a club rival of Stefan Lindemann and Silvio Smalun, two of Germany's best single skaters of the last few years. But when he was 14 or 15, he could not match the others' jumping ability. So coach Monika Scheibe encouraged him to try pairs. His first three partners were either not good enough for him, not motivated enough or had gained too much weight. In order to keep his fitness, he even skated in a synchronized team for a year.

Savchenko has a different story: "I grew up 15 miles from Kiev in the Ukraine. As a little girl, I always wanted to skate. When I was four, I got a pair of skates as a birthday present. For one winter I skated on a nearby lake with my father, but then I got group lessons. When I was 13, I tried pairs. My second partner was Stanislav Morozov. I was world junior champion with him in 2000, but in 2002, he got injury and weight problems." They competed badly at the Salt Lake City Olympics that year, finished only 15th and split afterwards.

In the Ukraine, there was no equivalent partner for her, so she looked abroad. She had been at several competitions in Germany and liked the country. "Everything was so clean, so nice there. I had fallen in love with that country. And I always admired Ingo Steuer for his style as a skater."

After finally getting a visa, Savchenko made it to Germany to try out with Szolkowy. Right after a few minutes of their first practice together in the summer of 2003, both skaters knew that they'd found their match. Robin remembers, "You take the girl by your hand, and you feel at once if it works or it does not work. With her, I had a super feeling."

Until November 2004 they were not allowed to compete internationally due to Savchenko's country change, but they have not lost at German nationals since they paired together. Their international debut was as last-minute substitutes at the Cup of Russia in November 2004, and they won a bronze medal right away. They've won the last two European championships, and they finished in a personal-best third place at the 2007 World Championships.

Savchenko got her German citizenship one month before the 2006 Olympics, so they could compete in Turin. As well as skating for coach Ingo Steuer, the pair also worked with the renowned Russian coach Tamara Moskwina. The group was brought together even closer when Savchenko and Steuer were rumored to be involved romatically. But then fate began to interfere with this cohesive unit.

American skating legend Scott Hamilton said it best: "Sometimes the Germans have a tendency to shoot themselves in the foot." In this case, it was the German National Olympic Committee that was doing the shooting. Two weeks before the Turin Olympics, they published that Steuer had worked for the former secret police of communist East Germany when he was 19 years old.

The worst part about it was that the Olympic committee had known about Steuer's past for years. They chose to let him win the 1997 world championship and the 1998 Olympic bronze medal for Germany, and they let him enter the German army as a coach. But they refused to accredit him for the Olympics in 2006 because of misbehavior 18 years earlier. The real victims in this scenario were Savchenko and Szolkowy, whose Olympic journey was being blurred by their coach's political controversy.

Steuer went to court, was successful and got an accreditation as a coach for the Turin Games. Since then, the German federation, the ministry of sport and the coach have been fighting for accreditations and for money. The relationship remains bad, even if Steuer was eventually excused for what he had done as a teenager. The ministry threatened to cancel all money for the federation if they supported him with taxpayers' money. This would mean a bankruptcy of the federation and of all competitive skating in Germany.

The result is that Steuer has to pay everything on his own, even his travel expenses during international competitions. He has insulted officials and will only speak to the federation with his lawyer present. So the bad relationship between Steuer and Germany has transferred to his star pupils. Savchenko and Szolkowy are not po****r in their home country, and they do not have any sponsors, which is a shock considering their on-ice success.

The pair does not worry about these trivial matters, though. It is out of their control. They are loyal to Steuer, and all they care about right now is winning the world championship, which they have a good chance of doing. Maybe Germany will welcome them home with open arms if they do.


10th March 2008, 22:18
sper sa castige medalia de aur.....sunt cei mai tari!:P

10th March 2008, 22:20
Si eu sper, dar va fi mult mai greu decat la europene
Bine ai venit Madalina!!/hello

10th March 2008, 22:53
ms de intampinare!:D
da,stiu si eu....problema vor fi cuplurile din China care sunt foarte bune!

19th March 2008, 02:02

19th March 2008, 09:48
Le tin pumnii. Go, Aliona si Robin!!!

19th March 2008, 15:06
ma asteptam la mai mult de la ei,dar bine ca sunt pe 2....:D

19th March 2008, 21:11
Le tin si eu pumnii pt medalia de aur!:)
chiar nu ma asteptam sa greseasca Aliona.....mai mult ma asteptam la Robin!:P

20th March 2008, 02:01


20th March 2008, 13:42
poate sunt eu subiectiva,dar au avut niste punctaje la tehnic exagerat de mari....au fost cei mai buni per total,dar nu si la LP,mult prea mult:angry:

20th March 2008, 14:58
ma bucur k au castigat...../OLE/
ea e ffff dragutza!:floricica:

20th March 2008, 19:03
Si eu ma bucur c-au castigat,dar am vazut ca initial chiar si ei credeau c-au pierdut aurul,iar in ceea ce priveste punctajul pe care l-au primit, i-a surprins si pe ei un pic. Oricum, felicitari pentru ei!:)

20th March 2008, 20:14
ma bucur ca ei ca europeni au castigat. nu mi-as fi dorit deloc chinezii sa castige (zhang)
mie lpul lor imi place mult. mel e superba (aveti idee cum se num? am uitat :( )

20th March 2008, 20:29
Asta e melodia: L'Oiseau (from Cirque du Soleil) by Rene Dupere (asta e a nemtilor)

20th March 2008, 20:36
merci Anisia!

20th March 2008, 20:37
Cu placere:)

20th March 2008, 20:46
Ma bucur mult pentru ei..am reusit sa urmaresc programele aseara si mi-au placut..LP a continut multe elemente grele, cred eu..au avut multe ridicari si cu toate greselile la aterizari&co...au meritat aurul!!Bravooo:D

20th March 2008, 21:30
Si eu ma bucur c-au castigat,dar am vazut ca initial chiar si ei credeau c-au pierdut aurul,iar in ceea ce priveste punctajul pe care l-au primit, i-a surprins si pe ei un pic. Oricum, felicitari pentru ei!:)

mda....am vazut k la sfarsit erau cam dezamagiti.....si cand au vazut punctajul,Aliona a inceput sa rada,nici ei nu se prea asteptau la aur!:D

23rd March 2008, 23:56
as fi vrut sa vad un bis din partea lor.....au fost superbi,multa sensibilitate in programul lor!:)

24th March 2008, 00:21
Mie imi place mult melodia pe care au patinat si se pricep de minune sa o interpreteze:)

24th March 2008, 10:45
eu dak ascult leningrad imi vine sa plang, iar dak ii vad pe ei patinand pe mel asta, ma simt f fericita, ciudat nu?

19th April 2008, 13:41
The 2006-07 season was a very successful one for Germany's 2007 European Pair Skating Champions Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy. It was their best season so far, but it was also their toughest season.

They skated and competed, winning medals in each event they entered, but they also stood in the middle of the political conflict between their coach Ingo Steuer, the German Ministry of Interior Affairs, and the German Skating Federation.

The scandal erupted just prior to the 2006 Olympic Winter Games when the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of Germany looked into the past of officials and coaches. During the investigation, they determined that Steuer had spied on others as a young athlete in what was then the communist German Democratic Republic or "East Germany".

The NOC judged the involvement of then 18-year-old Steuer with the East German Secret Police, the so-called "Stasi", to have been so severe that he had to be excluded from the Olympic Team. However, Steuer, never the one to give up, went to court and won, forcing the NOC to accredit him. But the legal battle cost nerves, and the skaters who stood firm on their coach's side, didn't skate their best, finishing sixth.

The story continued during the 2006-07 season when the German Ministry of Interior Affairs, which provides the funding for Federations and athletes, advised the German Skating Federation to keep their distance from Steuer unless they risk loosing their funding. The goal was to separate the team from their coach, but Savchenko and Szolkowy wouldn't comply, even when Szolkowy was kicked out of the German Army, which sponsors athletes. If anything, the whole affair strengthened the ties between Steuer and his students.

"After such a stressful season, it means even more to me that my students stayed with me. They know, why! I'm not a coach who gives up and I need athletes who realize my recipe for success," Steuer commented.

Pressured by the Interior Affairs Department, the German Federation refused to accredit the coach for the first event of the season, the Nebelhorn Trophy, as well as for the Grand Prix competitions in China and in Russia. Savchenko and Szolkowy went to court, the judge ruled in their favor, and the Federation had to put Steuer on the list of the delegation. The team didn't compete at Nebelhorn Trophy due to injury, but won bronze and gold at the Cup of China and Cup of Russia, respectively. Still, they had a hard time.

"I think I don't realize yet what we had to overcome," recalled Szolkowy. "My girlfriend sometimes didn't know what to do to cheer me up. Sometime I felt like I was going crazy. I'm glad that the three of us kept it together and we still ended up on the podium. We've won each time we went to court, but you never know, it could have been different."

Finally, the officials realized that their battle shouldn't be fought at the expense of the skaters and of the German tax payer, and no court ruling was needed to accredit Steuer for the Grand Prix Final, European, and World Figure Skating Championships.

"It was a hard season, definitely, because of all the stress we had during our first competitions up to German Nationals," explained Szolkowy. "That was a lot of pressure, obviously. Afterwards, it was an interesting season as it became better and better."

At the Grand Prix Final in St. Petersburg, the Germans finished second with good performances, but the highlight of the season was the European Figure Skating Championships. Savchenko and Szolkowy led after the short program despite a fall on a throw triple flip, but then they put out a breathtaking free program to music from The Mission soundtrack by Ennio Morricone. The elements flowed, the side-by-side triple toe-triple toe sequence, the throws, lifts, spins - everything looked smooth and effortless, and the magical connection was obvious.

"It just went the way it has to go," Savchenko recollected. "It was a great feeling to be on the top of the podium. All the stress and pressure we had gone through before were gone in that moment. We were proud of what we had done and of how well we've skated. I can't describe this feeling."

"It couldn't have gone better," added Szolkowy, "with the exception of the first element in the short program (the throw flip). But from there, everything worked out. We skated last in the long program, we made no single mistake and we won clearly. The elements and the feeling both were there. Nothing could have been better on that night."

The goal then was to repeat a perfect performance at the World Figure Skating Championships, but it didn't happen. While their short program was strong, the team made errors on the solo jumps in the free which resulted in third place overall. Still, the Germans were happy to have won the bronze medal.

"It is difficult to repeat such a perfect skate," acknowledged Savchenko, "but you know now in your head that you can do it. I think it will give us more confidence in the future. We'll have the confidence that we're able to pull it off and that it isn't as hard as we imagined. I believe we need just some more time. We could have been second at Worlds in Tokyo. The mistakes we did weren't supposed to happen. It was like at Europeans in 2006 or at our first Europeans in 2005 (where they made errors as well). It's a question of time."

Coach Steuer added: "This last season proved that Aliona and Robin are one of the top couples of the world. The results confirmed my work and that I took the right decisions."

Preparations for the 2007-08 season are well under way.

"We have to do something new," announced 23-year-old Savchenko. "We can't just repeat our programs - we have to come up with new ones. We had this free program for this season and its time has passed. I want to do the throw quad Salchow or the throw triple Axel. I'm mentally ready for that and you have to be in order to manage these elements."

The European Champions plan to compete in the Nebelhorn Trophy which will take place September 27-29, 2007 in Oberstdorf, Germany, as their first event of the new season. The team also has been assigned to the Grand Prix events Skate Canada in Quebec City and to the Cup of Russia in Moscow.

Savchenko, Szolkowy, and Steuer went through a lot last season, they also received also support from private sponsors and fans. A car dealership in Chemnitz employs the skaters on a part-time job basis and gives them the opportunity to earn some money. Figure skating friends founded a club for the promotion of figure skating in Germany and opened a website through which fans and sponsors can support the skaters.

"This project wants to support the three of us until 2010 and wants to help us to get to the Olympic Games in Vancouver," 27-year-old Szolkowy explained. "The first goal was to provide us with financial independency so that we could focus on training. Now the project is growing more and more into a communications and information platform on the internet. The club is in Berlin and the people who are working on the project come from all over Germany."

"This project shows us that there are people with us and that we aren't alone," added Savchenko. "That gives us strength. The worst thing last season was the lack of support. You're working so hard, you're giving everything, and then suddenly someone wants to take it away from you. Obviously we are experiencing a lot of stress sometimes, but then we think of the people who are behind us and we're getting stronger again."

For next season, at least the political battle is over. In May 2007, Joachim Gauck, president of a newly founded commission within the NOC to deal with "Stasi" questions (Steuer isn't the only one to be affected, a number of former East German athletes, coaches and officials are) suggested to accept Ingo Steuer as the coach of Savchenko and Szolkowy. The couple and their coach can now focus entirely on their practices and preparations.

"It looks like the situation is more relaxed now," explained Steuer, "but the financial questions are still completely open. We are glad to have found some financial security with the Pixeleis project and I want to thank everyone who takes part in it."

The next season has already started. Savchenko and Szolkowy debuted their new short program to music from the Asoka soundtrack (an Indian Bollywood Film) on July 7 at a club show in their home town of Chemnitz.

"I got the idea thanks to these movies," coach Ingo Steuer explained when asked how he found this unusual piece of music. "I watched some of these movies last year and I received the CDs as a birthday present."

According to spectators, the program is very original and elegant. Aliona wore a blue costume in Indian style and Robin a flesh-colored shirt and white trousers. Their free program is still under construction and the skaters and their coach are not yet ready to reveal the music.

"Our goal for next season is to achieve everything we haven't achieved last year," the always ambitious Savchenko pointed out. "We want more consistency - we want to skate like we did at Europeans. We have to skate like this from the beginning of next season. If we skate like this everything will fall into place."

(iulie 2007)

20th April 2008, 00:54
Nu le-a fost usor in sezonul trecut. Sunt insa talentati si tenaci....iar obiectivul de a castiga la Olimpiada mi se pare perfect realizabil.

20th April 2008, 01:05
Cu chinezii la orizont, ma indoiesc.

21st April 2008, 00:02
Multumim, Florik!
Eu cred ca au mai multe sanse in a castiga aurul la jocurile olimpice decat au chinezi..dar vom vedea :)

21st April 2008, 13:13
Multumim, Florik!
Eu cred ca au mai multe sanse in a castiga aurul la jocurile olimpice decat au chinezi..dar vom vedea :)
Merg pe mana canadienilor!:P

21st April 2008, 18:30
deja devin susceptibila cu tara asta...nu-mi doresc sa ma gandesc deloc la faptul ca jeffrey sau ca dube/davison sau virtue/moir ar fi pe podium la olimipiada!!! daca jeff ia aurul la olimpiada eu nu ma mai uit un an la patinaj!!!
cei de la perechi si dans imi sunt simpatici, nu le-ar strica un loc pe podium, dar la baieti, non, no, no!!not jeff!

21st April 2008, 18:31
si daca imi spuneti ca jeff credeti ca va castiga aurul la olimpiada si daca va fi chiar asa, atunci nu ma mai uit la patinaj un an!!!!!!!!(as fi zis pana la urmatoarea olimpiada, dar era prea mult :D )

21st April 2008, 20:14
personal,nu cred ca Jeff va fi pe podium,cu atat mai putin campion olimpic.a avut noroc anul asta ca nu a ratat si ca adversarii lui au fost intr-o forma mai proasta.

5th June 2008, 12:28
News from Germany

We have heard a substantial rumor that the world pairs champions from Germany, Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy, will be skating to music from Schindler's List for their long program next season. Interesting, isn't it?


Abia astept sa vad programele!
Unul dintre programe vor sa il prezinte la Gala din Chemnitz de pe 5 iulie

6th June 2008, 15:45
Abia astept si eu programe noi. Sezonul care urmeaza nu este chiar hotarator, dar este important pentru aspirantii la medalii olimpice.

16th June 2008, 15:21
mie imi place foarte mult perechea asta...iar programul de la gala pe melodia "leningrad" mi`a placut mult...iar melodia e super

24th July 2008, 01:09
Welll recent au prezentat noul program scurt ...muzica "Lost in Space"

dar costumele :ciocan: :help:(( sper sa nu ramana acestea ):shock:


si un mic vid (o stire)

24th July 2008, 01:10
Aoleu...cumplit..ma dor ochii

24th July 2008, 03:21
S-a tuns Aliona ?

24th July 2008, 12:49
da, s-a tuns si consider ca ii sta mult mai bine. parca o intinereste. si tanith belbin e tunsa cam la fel. deh, e vara , cald etc
sper sa schimbe costumele

24th July 2008, 14:12
Mie imi plac mai mult cu parul lung. Asta cu vara si caldura nu am inteles-o niciodata. Te uratesti, pentru ca e cald ? E mai mult efect placebo, nu cred ca un par mai scurt te face sa iti fie mai rece.

24th July 2008, 14:22
tunsorile astea nu-s asa scurte incat sa le urateasca. coafura baieteasca a irinei slutskaya poate sa urateasca . plus ca daca ai raul mai scurtut la spate (adica mai lung in fata si mai scurt la ceafa - vezi tunsoarea victoriei beckham) transpiri mai putin la ceafa (pentru ca mai adie vantul si la gat mai usor ), nu mai stai sa ti-l prinzi in coc sau coada , e mai usor de manevrat cand e vant , se aseaza mai repede la coafat etc. fetele pot sa mai completeze :D

24th July 2008, 15:18
E chestiune de gust pana la urma. Mie imi place mai lung. Nu foarte lung, cam cum are Kiira Korpi.

24th July 2008, 23:13
in costumul ala, robin parca e sandhu :cry:

si mie`mi place cum ii sta cu parul scurt :)

24th July 2008, 23:49
:cry: Ce costume:shock: De unde au stilistul ala..l-au imprumtat de la Brian sau Steph.^_^LOL!
Dar imi place cum ii sta Alionei tunsa :)

16th October 2008, 00:28
Here's an article (in German) from September 26th, 2008...

Weltmeister Savchenko/Szolkowy im grauen Alltag (World Champions Savchenko/Szolkowy in dull daily routine)

-> Yahoo Sport Germany (http://de.eurosport.yahoo.com/26092008/30/weltmeister-savchenko-szolkowy-grauen-alltag.html)

It's written about their daily routine half year after winning the world title. In the meantime they don't have any sponsors left, they have to skate in their old tracksuits at the Nebelhorn Trophy and Ingo Steuer has to train also the 3 other pairs which takes a lot of power. But S&S enjoy the warm up with the other pairs (playing football/soccer) and luckily they can train on the ice for their own.
And after Steuer isn't able to go with his other pairs to every competition he engaged Tassilo Thierbach as an assistant.
With innovative new programs they want to strike a new path. The music of their new SP, «Lost in space», requires a lot of concentration and condition - 2:50min to fast hardrock music. The judges are to see that S&S are able to skate to every music style.
The new season is much harder than the last one cause everywhere they go they have to hear that they are the best. But there's a big plus for this season...this season both are free of pain and they are good in their time schedule.

Traducerea a facut-o wildyak (Thank you) pe forumul patinatorilor germani: link (http://z9.invisionfree.com/GermanSkatersForum/index.php?showtopic=84&st=0&#last)

26th October 2008, 13:51
Skate America photo
Mai multe:

12th December 2008, 01:13
Ce bine ii sta Alionei tunsa asa!:D
my favourite pair....:D

11th October 2009, 14:29

17th October 2009, 00:43
Poze de la TEB:

15th November 2009, 18:02
Aliona si Robin lucreaza la un nou LP..il vor schimba.
Din aceasta cauza Steuer nu i-a insotit pe Volosozhar/Morozov la Skate America.

31st December 2009, 17:38
Din pacate s-a descoperit ca Aliona sufera de mononucleoza de cateva saptamani si deja Europenele sunt in dubiu daca nu si olimpiada :(

detalii despre mononucleoza ( daca nu ma insel Roger Federer a avut pb asemanatoare):

Insanatosire grabnica pt Aliona!

31st December 2009, 17:51
A avut si Ivanovic parca, daca ne gandim la tenis.
Saraca de ea are ghinion, dar e o boala care se poate vindeca in 2-3 saptamani, cu multa ingrijire....Dar asta inseamna normal si fara antrenamente....:(

Cred ca CE sunt un vis indepartat pentru ei acum !

31st December 2009, 18:29
da, si federer a avut boala asta. dar el a continuat sa joace, desi nu a facut mare lucru in perioada aia
ivanovic nu a avut. nu-mi amintesc sa fi zis asta. la ea a fost altceva atunci cand s-a retras, plus lipsa motivatiei

mare pacat pt ei ! cat ghinion

1st January 2010, 20:48
http://www.ctvolympics.ca/figure-skating/news/newsid=24423.html#savchenko+suffering+from+glandul ar+fever

1st January 2010, 21:32
Un articol in germana ceva mai detaliat - nu suna deloc bine :(:
Inca mai asteapta confirmare/stabilirea diagnosticului deoarece virusul nu apare inca in testele de sange ( virusul se poate vedea in rezultatele analizelor abia dupa o perioada de timp )

22nd January 2010, 10:39
imi pare tare rau de ei...imi doream sa ii vad cu aurul la gat!:(

22nd January 2010, 17:07
i-ai vazut, in schimb, cu argintul :D

uita-te la poze mai vechi unde au aurul la gat :P

22nd January 2010, 17:09
si nu mi-a placut deloc:ras-plans:

10th May 2010, 22:36
Inca un ciclu olimpic?


Ar fi un lucru frumos! :)

9th June 2010, 10:03
Cred ca ar fi frumos sa onorez cu poze si pe cei din proba de perechi!

22nd September 2010, 20:49
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/73154124.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhh_OjmJ9pYMZbUOyQRBCOfn1ZMm-A Si eu astept acelasi lucru:cheer::ok:

2nd October 2010, 20:00
Secvente din noile lor programe plus un interviu cu ei:

13th November 2010, 19:05

16th November 2010, 18:55

26th November 2010, 14:47

Good luck for the TEB:no1:cheer:!!!

3rd December 2010, 12:14
Savchenko/Szolkowy si-au pierdut bagajul in drumul spre Chemnitz, cand se intorceau de la Paris. Au ramas fara patine si fara costume si daca in cateva zile bagajul nu apare, se vor retrage de la finala de Grand prix! :(:(:( sper din suflet sa il gaseasca, nu pot avea atata ghinion

http://www.mdr.de/sport/andere_sportarten/7945633.html (incercati google translate, e in germana)

3rd December 2010, 13:36
Eu sincer nu pot sa inteleg cum se poate intampla asa ceva. Daca nu am auzit atatea povesti de genul asta... chiar nu se pot lua nicun fel de masuri. Chiar la GP nu mai stiu carei patinatoare i-a sosit bagajul cu patinele dupa ce a ajuns ea, neputand sa se antreneze in cele cateva zile peremergatoare concursului.
Sa pierzi sansa la o medalie de aur pt asa o prostie... nuuuu:no:

3rd December 2010, 13:38
ce ghinion! :( Mi-ar parea tare rau sa nu fie la GPF.

3rd December 2010, 16:39
Sper din tot sufletul sa apara bagajele:yes::ok:, din toti preferatii mei doar ei mai au sanse la aur in finala de GP.Good luck Aliona/Robin:no1/OLE/

3rd December 2010, 19:46
Vesti bune! Se pare ca au aparut bagajele lor azi, cel putin asa am citit pe forumul fsu. Inca nu am gasit o sursa concreta, insa cred ca cei care posteaza sunt bine informati.


Daca tot eu aduc vestile proaste, macar sa le aduc si pe cele bune :D Ma bucur foarte mult ca s-a rezolvat. Altfel ar fi avut probleme cu noile patine pentru tot restul sezonului, nu doar pentru finala de grand prix(in general, patinatorii schimba patinele in afara sezonului, pentru a avea timp sa se acomodeze cu ele. Ar fi fost dezastru sa le schimbe in decembrie)

12th December 2010, 18:38

5th February 2011, 03:43

25th February 2011, 14:38
Aliona si Robin:ok::)

http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/163839_190552874306587_100000556272774_619549_3007 624_n.jpg

http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168055_188432734514060_100000420056475_577497_4316 307_n.jpg

http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182995_196034237091784_100000556272774_657499_4021 721_n.jpg

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184756_195782360450305_100000556272774_655249_2337 780_n.jpg

18th April 2011, 00:46

5th May 2011, 00:44

30th May 2011, 12:31

20th June 2011, 23:13

3rd August 2011, 13:30
http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/229637_2192375019245_1543232406_32332287_4002424_n .jpg

http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262852_2192383419455_1543232406_32332306_3361178_n .jpg

http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262498_253343178027556_100000556272774_966907_1901 36_n.jpg

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/206060_253343464694194_100000556272774_966908_1070 70_n.jpg

11th August 2011, 22:27
http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/249230_223187997726765_100001066989562_653379_1930 13_n.jpg

http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281401_159277530813893_100001949412992_307721_6827 515_n.jpg

15th August 2011, 22:00
Niste filmulete de la antrenamente:
O poza:
http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/294712_259615904066950_100000556272774_990142_6189 024_n.jpg

Plus un montaj cu ei doi:)
http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3 DBRnneWksMC4&h=vAQDasP7qAQCxc1GYxPP9kMmaRlYX6CvLwKXmHY6dZJo9sg

26th August 2011, 18:58
http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3 DCYcAwB40ixM&h=LAQDSgf-KAQDge83lzQDF6cSZX_jDjq_hkus7pdz4fB-hnw

9th October 2011, 17:38
Noul SP al Alionei si Robin:
http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2F3.hidemyass.com%2Fip-7%2Fencoded%2FOi8vd3d3LnlvdXR1YmUuY29tL3dhdGNoP3Y9 VEZCU01vMEZjc1kmZmVhdHVyZT1zaGFyZQ%253D%253D%26f%3 Dnorefer&h=VAQAQn0WhAQCkpJ85e7DJ_xsKz-auAxpQp7OwmEUzRAm7fw

13th October 2011, 12:20
Aliona si Robin au castigat si un premiu de po****ritate:ok:

16th October 2011, 19:18
Aliona si Robin exerseaza 3A aruncat:
Bv lor:cheer:!

2nd February 2013, 02:07
as vrea sa foloseasca programul asta la o gala de campionat mondial or europeana..uhm..cel putin melodia XD

ati vazut asta!

2nd February 2013, 15:01

3rd February 2013, 14:29

30th March 2013, 19:07

26th January 2014, 02:02

The Olympic Games will likely be the last competition for this duo, who have announced they will not compete at the World Championships. They are scheduled to perform in shows in Europe next spring and plan to produce their own skating show, “Imagine on Ice,” next April in their hometown of Chemnitz.

Though Savchenko and Szolkowy will perform in shows after leaving the amateur circuit, both are thinking about the future.

Savchenko might take up coaching, and Szolkowy is interested in event management and organization. He also plans to marry his longtime girlfriend next summer.

26th January 2014, 16:56
Le doresc mult succes in tot ceea ce si-au propus sa faca:yes:! Ar fi super sa vina si ei la KOI/hello! Si poate se casatoreste si Aliona cu Ingo:)
Oricum la CM le voi simti lipsa:(...

27th January 2014, 00:11
da si eu!

29th March 2014, 22:06
Zvon pe FB, pe o pagina a unor fani francezi, viitorul partener al Alionei ar fi francezul Bruno Massot:o:

Nu se stie daca vor patina pt Franta sau Germania.

30th March 2014, 19:41
Nu mai este un zvon, este confirmat. Mai multe detalii aici: http://www.t-online.de/sport/wintersport/id_68744840/eiskunstlauf-aljona-savchenko-bekommt-franzosen-als-neuen-partner.html

16th April 2014, 15:59

am pus azi pe Inside Skating un interviu cu Aliona si cu Ingo; si despre sezonul olimpic, si despre parteneriatul cu Bruno - poate va face cu ochiul :).



2nd August 2014, 21:07
Robin Szolkovy s-a casatorit:


Ce sportiv deosebit si ce modest! Sincere felicitari si ''casa de piatra''! /OLE/

7th August 2014, 21:35
Felicitari ambilor!!! E foarte frumoasa mireasa!

11th October 2014, 12:57
Robin Szolkowi despre activitatea post-competitii:

13th March 2015, 16:18
Interviu cu Robin realizat de Florentina :) http://www.insideskating.net/2015/03/12/interviews/robin-szolkowy-i-see-myself-more-like-a-friend-a-supporter-a-person-you-can-talk-to

8th April 2015, 14:23
Si mie mi-e dor de ei :( http://morozombie.blogspot.com/2015/04/a-toast-to-pairs-skating-ijs-version.html