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4th February 2011, 15:43
M-am gandit ca medaliatii cu bronz de la CE merita si ei un thread mai ales ca reprezinta viitorul Rusiei in proba de perechi.


Full name: Vera Yevgenyevna Bazarova
Country represented: Russia
Date of birth: January 28, 1993 (1993-01-28) (age 18)
Place of birth: Ekaterinburg
Home town: Perm
Height: 1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)
Partner: Yuri Larionov
Coach: Liudmila Kalinina
Former coach: Andrei Hekalo
Choreographer: Alexandra Dmitrieva
Skating club: Orlenok Perm
ISU personal best scores
Combined total: 188.24
2011 Europeans
Short program: 64.18
2010 Trophée Bompard
Free skate: 125.35
2011 Europeans

Vera Yevgenyevna Bazarova (Russian: Вера Евгеньевна Базарова, born January 28, 1993 in Yekaterinburg, Russia) is a Russian pair skater. She competes with Yuri Larionov. They are the 2011 European bronze medalists, 2010 and 2011 Russian bronze medalists and 2007 World Junior silver medalists. They have won three senior Grand Prix medals.

As of 29 January 2011 (2011 -01-29), they have the season's 4th highest total score. As of 27 January 2011 (2011 -01-27), the International Skating Union (ISU) ranks them 5th in the world.

Bazarova began skating aged three in Yekaterinburg and trained mostly as a singles skater until the age of 12. At that time, coach Ludmila Kalinina invited her to Perm to train in pair skating.

In spring 2005, Kalinina paired Bazarova with Yuri Larionov. They continue to train in Perm, unlike most Russian skaters who are based in Saint Petersburg or Moscow. Their idols are Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze.
Bazarova and Larionov with coach Ludmila Kalinina

Bazarova and Larionov took silver at 2007 Junior Worlds. In October, they won their first senior international medal when they claimed the bronze at 2007 Skate America. In December of the same year, the pair won gold at the 2007 Junior Grand Prix Final. However, in January 2008, the team was stripped of the medal due to a doping violation on a blood sample Larionov gave before the Final. Larionov was also suspended for two years, beginning on January 18, 2008. His sentence was later reduced to 18-months, and ended on July 17, 2009.

Bazarova decided to wait for Larionov, "There were offers from others, but I said right away that I'm not going to skate with someone else."[3] The pair made their return to competition during the 2009-10 season. Their first event was the 2009 Cup of Russia where they placed fourth and they won the bronze medal at Russian Nationals, earning them further assignments. In January 2010, the pair finished 5th at the European Championships. In February, they placed 11th at the Olympics and then completed their season with an 8th place finish at the World Championships in March.

They were named Breakthrough of the Year (pair skating) at the 2010 Crystal Ice Awards held in October 2010 in Moscow.

Bazarova and Larionov began the 2010-11 season with a win at 2010 Nebelhorn Trophy in September. Their first Grand Prix event was the 2010 NHK Trophy in October, where they won the silver medal. At 2010 Trophée Eric Bompard, they won another silver medal, in doing so setting new personal best scores in the short program (64.18) and long program (118.82). Their results qualified them for the Grand Prix Final, their first at the senior level, where they finished fifth. At the Russian Nationals they won their second bronze medal.

At the 2011 European Championships, they won the bronze medal after finishing third in both programs and setting personal best scores in the long program and combined total (188.24).

Personal life
Bazarova began studying at Perm State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Physical Education, in 2009.[3][8]
[edit] Programs
Season Short program Long program Exhibition
2010–2011 Adagio
by Secret Garden The Man in the Iron Mask
soundtrack by Nick Glennie-Smith
2009–2010 Sadness (Грусть)
from Satisfaktsiya (Сатисфакция) soundtrack
by Igor Kamensky (Игорь Каменский) Seven Years in Tibet
soundtrack by John Williams
Tale of Wandering
by Alfred Schnittke Remember
from Troy soundtrack
by Josh Groban and Tanja Carovska
2007–2008 Shadowboxing
soundtrack by Alexei Shelgin (Алексей Шелыгин) Eragon
soundtrack by Patrick Doyle
2006–2007 Love Story
soundtrack by Francis Lai Amélie
soundtrack by Yann Tiersen
[edit] Competitive highlights

(with Larionov)
Event 2006–2007 2007–2008 2009–2010 2010–2011
Winter Olympics 11th
World Championships 8th
European Championships 5th 3rd
World Junior Championships 2nd
Russian Championships 7th 6th 3rd 3rd
Russian Junior Championships 2nd J.
Grand Prix Final 5th
NHK Trophy 2nd
Trophée Eric Bompard 2nd
Cup of Russia 4th
Skate America 3rd
Nebelhorn Trophy 1st
Junior Grand Prix Final 7th Disqualified[9]
Junior Grand Prix, Great Britain 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Germany 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Chinese Taipei 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Norway 4th


yuri Yuryevich Larionov (Russian: Юрий Юрьевич Ларионов, born August 19, 1986 in Novosibirsk, Russian SSR) is a Russian pair skater. He competes with Vera Bazarova. They are the 2011 European bronze medalists, 2010 and 2011 Russian bronze medalists and 2007 World Junior silver medalists. They have won three senior Grand Prix medals.

Larionov was born in Novosibirsk in Siberia and later moved to Tashkent, modern-day Uzbekistan, due to his father's army service. He was ill and overweight as a child. His mother wanted to enroll him in skating but his father was opposed and doubted he would be accepted. When his father was away on a business trip, his mother took him to the rink and her son quickly took a liking to the sport. The family later returned to Novosibirsk where he continued skating, before moving to Moscow where he skated for four years, and then to Perm.

In spring 2005, coach Ludmila Kalinina paired him with Vera Bazarova. They continue to train in Perm, unlike most Russian skaters who are based in Saint Petersburg or Moscow.[3] Their idols are Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze.
Bazarova and Larionov with coach Ludmila Kalinina.
They were named Breakthrough of the Year (pair skating) at the 2010 Crystal Ice Awards held in October 2010 in Moscow.

Personal life
Larionov was a student at Perm State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Physical Education.

4th February 2011, 15:50



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4th February 2011, 16:07
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21st February 2013, 10:38
Se pare ca Vera si Yuri si-au schimbat antrenoarea: http://fsnews.ru/page.php?id=1882

15th May 2013, 13:33

15th May 2013, 15:02
As fi preferat ca cei doi sa mearga la Moskvina sau la Vasiliev...programul scurt coregrafiat de Morozov:jerk:

4th September 2013, 12:33

2nd April 2014, 19:50
Si ei se despart. Nu stiu ce sa mi cred, in cazul lor poate era de asteptat. Mi-au atras atentia la inceput dar nu au ajuns sa imi placa cu adevarat. I-am gasit plictisitori, cu programe fara viata si desi au fost (banuiesc ca nu mai sunt) un cuplu in afara ghetii acest lucru nu se simtea deloc in patinajul lor. Poate ca ei isi pot gasi parteneri mai potriviti.

2nd April 2014, 20:04
oh! ce e cu perechile ruse! Intr-adevar dupa ce au aparut au cazut intr-un con de umbra! Sper sa isi gaseasca parteneri mai potriviti!