|Alternative names||Andrei Kriukov
January 7, 1971 |
Karaganda, Soviet Union
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Former partner||Inga Rodionova
|Former coach||Sergei Korovin
|Former choreographer||Alexandr Boichuk|
|Former training locations||Woodbridge, U.S.|
Andrei Krukov (born January 7, 1971 in Karaganda) is a pair skater who competed internationally for both Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. He competed through 1998 with Marina Khalturina for Kazakhstan. They placed 14th at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Following the dissolution of that partnership, he teamed up with Inga Rodionova to compete for Azerbaijan and was the 2000 Azerbaijan national champion. After retiring from competition, he began coaching in the United States. He is the coach of Luiz Manella and Isadora Williams.
With Rodionova for Azerbaijan
With Khalturina for Kazakhstan
|Winter Olympic Games||14th|
|Asian Winter Games||2nd||2nd|
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