Anna Semenovich in 2009
|Birth name||Anna Grigorievna Semenovich|
1 March 1980 |
Moscow, RSFSR, Soviet Union (now Russia)
|Occupations||Ice dancer, model, singer, actress|
|Years active||2003–2007 (group)
|Full name||Anna Grigorievna Semenovich|
March 1, 1980 |
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Former partner||Denis Samokhin
|Former coach||Natalia Linichuk
Early in her career, Semenovich skated with Maxim Kachanov. They competed at the 1994 Goodwill Games and placed 5th. She teamed up with Vladimir Fedorov in 1995. They won the Finlandia Trophy twice and competed on the Grand Prix of Figure Skating. The highlight of their partnership was competing at the 1998 World Championships, where they placed 15th. Their partnership ended in 1999 and Semenovich teamed up with Roman Kostomarov for one season. With Kostomarov, she is the Russian bronze medalist and competed at both the 2000 European Championships and the 2000 World Championships.
Following the end of that partnership, she briefly paired with Denis Samokhin, placing 4th at the 2001 Russian Championships, but was eventually forced to retire due to injury.
|GP Cup of Russia||4th|
|GP = Grand Prix|
|Cup of Russia||4th|
|Centennial On Ice||6th|
Following her retirement from skating, Semenovich began working as an actress, model, and singer. She sang with Blestyashchie from 2003–07, when she left to follow a solo career. In 2008, she released her album, Слухи. Her single, На Моря, featured Arash. In 2009, Semenovich competed in the Russian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest.
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- "European Figure Skating Championships 2000". Icecalc.com. Archived from the original on 2000-03-02.
- "World Figure Skating Championships 2000". Icecalc.com. Archived from the original on 2000-12-03.
- "Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2000/2001". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2001.
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