|Former country(ies) represented||Soviet Union|
11 April 1967 |
|Height||180 cm (5.9 ft)|
|Former coach||Natalia Linichuk
Igor Yaroshenko is a Ukrainian ice dancer who competed for the Soviet Union before its fall and Ukraine after it. He competed with Irina Romanova. They are the 1996 European bronze medalists. They placed seventh at the 1994 Winter Olympics and ninth at the 1998 Winter Olympics. Their highest placement at the World Figure Skating Championships was 4th, in 1994.
Yaroshenko and Romanova were married in 1991 and have a son, Nikita. During their career, they were coached by Natalia Linichuk & Gennadi Karponossov. Yaroshenko now works as coaches in Delaware.
(ice dance with Irina Romanova)
|GP France / Lalique||2nd||3rd||3rd||3rd|
|Int. St Gervais||1st|
|Centennial On Ice||3rd|
- Skatabase: 1990s Europeans Results
- Skatabase: 1990s Worlds Results
- Skatabase: 1990s Olympics Results
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