Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva

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Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva
2019-2020 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva Andrey Filatov 2019 12 06 1273.jpg
Khudaiberdieva / Filatov at the 2019–20 Junior Grand Prix Final
Personal information
Native nameЕлизавета Хасанжоновна Худайбердиева
Full nameElizaveta Khasanzhonovna Khudaiberdieva
Country representedRussia Russia
Born (2002-10-02) 2 October 2002 (age 19)
Mytishchi, Russia
ResidenceMoscow, Russia
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
PartnerEgor Bazin
Former partnerAndrey Filatov, Nikita Nazarov
CoachDenis Samokhin, Maria Borovikova, Oleg Sudakov
ChoreographerNikolai Nikonov
Skating clubOlimpiets Balashikha Moscow
Training locationsMoscow
Began skating2006
ISU personal best scores
Combined total186.80
2021 Denis Ten Memorial
Short dance77.08
2021 Denis Ten Memorial
Free dance109.72
2021 Denis Ten Memorial

Elizaveta Khasanzhonovna Khudaiberdieva (Russian: Елизавета Хасанжоновна Худайбердиева, born 2 October 2002) is a Russian ice dancer. With her current skating partner, Egor Bazin, she is the 2022 Russian national bronze medalist.

With her former skating partner, Nikita Nazarov, she is the 2019 World Junior silver medalist and the 2018–19 Junior Grand Prix Final bronze medalist. She also won four gold medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series, two with Nazarov and two with Andrei Filatov.

Personal life[edit]

Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva was born on 2 October 2002 in Mytishchi, Russia.[1]

Career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Khudaiberdieva began learning to skate in 2006.[1] She was a single skater until 2015–2016 season. She then switched to ice dancing and teamed up with Nikita Nazarov. They started to compete together in 2016–2017 season.[2] They were coached by Denis Samokhin and Maria Borovikova.

2016–2017 season[edit]

Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov made their international junior debut in January 2017 at the 2017 Toruń Cup where they won the gold medal.

They placed 8th at the 2017 Russian Junior Championships.

2017–2018 season[edit]

Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov received their first ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) assignments in the 2017–2018 season. They won medals at both JGP events, first a bronze medal in late August in Brisbane, Australia and then the silver medal in October in Gdańsk, Poland.

They placed fifth at the 2018 Russian Junior Championships after placing second in the short dance and sixth in the free dance.

2018–2019 season: World Junior silver medal[edit]

Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov won their first JGP gold medal in August at the 2018 JGP event in Bratislava, Slovakia, after placing first in both the rhythm dance and the free dance. They scored their personal best score of 159.62 points and they beat the silver medalists, Shanaeva/Naryzhnyy, by about seven points.[3] Their rhythm dance, free dance and combined total scores at this competition were the highest scores achieved in an international junior ice dance competition at the time, subsequently surpassed by others.

At their second JGP event of the season in Ostrava, Czech Republic, they won a second gold medal. Again they were ranked first in both the rhythm dance and the free dance.[4] With two JGP gold medals they qualified for the 2018–19 Junior Grand Prix Final. At the Final, Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov won the bronze medal after placing third in the rhythm dance and fourth in the free dance. They were part of a Russian sweep of the ice dance podium. Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov were about 6 points behind both the gold medalists, Shevchenko/Eremenko and the silver medalists, Ushakova/Nekrasov, who were separated by only a 0.01 point. Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov won the bronze medal over Canadians Lajoie/Lagha, who placed fourth, by a margin of only 0.03 points.

After winning the bronze medal at the 2019 Russian Junior Championships, Khudaiberdieva/Nazarov concluded the season at the 2019 World Junior Championships. They placed second in the rhythm dance, winning a silver small medal and unexpectedly beating their Russian teammates due to superior results on the tango pattern dance.[5] They came fourth in the free dance, but remained in second place overall, winning the silver medal. Khudaiberdieva said the result was not something they had expected, as "we were the number three Russian team, a confident number three though. For us, it was more about overcoming ourselves than anyone else. We haven’t realized yet that we are second at our first Junior Worlds." Noting that it was their final junior season, Nazarov said "there are many teams in Russia, but if you look at the results at major events, they are not that great. But all these teams also once came up from juniors. We just have to work very hard in order to achieve something."[6]

On May 13, 2019, it was announced that Khudaiberdieva and Nazarov had split.

2019–2020 season: Debut of Khudaiberdieva/Filatov[edit]

Khudaiberdieva teamed up with Andrei Filatov in late April 2019.[7] The team made their international junior debut in September 2019 at the 2019 JGP event in Riga, Latvia, where they won the gold medal. They placed first in the rhythm dance and second in the free dance, winning over the silver medalists, Georgian team Kazakova/Reviya, by about 0.3 point.

The pair were withdrawn from their second event, JGP Poland, due to a medical problem and were reassigned to the final Junior Grand Prix stage of the season, JGP Italy. In Egna, they again won gold and qualified for 2019–20 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final where they finished fourth. Khudaiberdieva/Filatov did not compete again until February 2020 at the 2020 Russian Junior Nationals where they finished just off the podium in fourth, thus narrowly missing being named to the team for the 2020 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

In May 2020, Khudaiberdieva was listed as a member of the Russian senior national figure skating team with a new partner, two-time Winter Universiade silver medalist Egor Bazin, marking the end of her partnership with Filatov and her advancement to the senior ranks. Khudaiberdieva/Bazin were to be coached in Balashikha by a hybrid team of Khudaiberdieva's coaches, Denis Samokhin and Maria Borovikova, and Bazin's coach, Oleg Sudakov.[8]

2020–2021 season: Debut of Khudaiberdieva/Bazin[edit]

Khudaiberdieva/Bazin made their debut at the senior Russian test skates, where Bazin fell on a twizzle in the free dance.[9] They made their competitive debut at the first stage of the domestic Russian Cup series, the qualifying competition series to the 2021 Russian Figure Skating Championships, in Syzran in September. They placed first in the rhythm dance and second in the free dance to narrowly win the gold medal ahead of Morozov/Bagin. At their next event, the third stage held in Sochi, the team placed second in both the rhythm dance and the free dance to take second overall behind reigning national bronze medalists Zahorski/Guerreiro.[10]

In November, Khudaiberdieva/Bazin made their international debut at the 2020 Rostelecom Cup where they placed fifth in the rhythm dance, just narrowly behind Morozov/Bagin.[11] In the free dance, Khudaiberdieva/Bazin managed to overtake Morozov/Bagin by a little less than three points to place fourth in the free dance and fourth overall.[12]

Competing at their first senior Russian Championships together (and Khudaiberdieva's first), they placed fourth in the rhythm dance despite a twizzle wobble from Bazin that earned him only a level 2 on that element.[13] In the free dance, Khudaiberdieva stumbled on her twizzle sequence, placing them sixth in that segment and fifth overall.[14]

Following the national championships, Khudaiberdieva/Bazin participated in the 2021 Channel One Trophy, a televised team competition held in lieu of the cancelled European Championships. They were selected for the Red Machine team captained by Alina Zagitova.[15] They placed fifth in both their segments of the competition, while their team finished in first overall.[16][17]

2021–2022 season[edit]

Khudaiberdieva/Bazin began the season at the 2021 CS Denis Ten Memorial Challenge, where they won the bronze medal, and then took gold at the Volvo Open Cup. In their lone Grand Prix assignment, they were eighth at the 2021 Rostelecom Cup.[18]

At the 2022 Russian Championships, Khudaiberdieva/Bazin placed sixth in the rhythm dance. In the free dance, following the withdrawal of top team Sinitsina/Katsalapov due to injury, Khudaiberdieva/Bazin moved up to the bronze medal with a third-place in that segment. Bazin said afterward "not only one couple tried to qualify for the Olympics, everyone tried. We want to at least have a chance to fight a little bit." This was widely interpreted as querying the validity of the scores for controversial silver medalists Davis/Smolkin.[19]

Programs[edit]

With Bazin[edit]

Season Rhythm dance Free dance Exhibition
2022-2023

[20]

2021–2022
[21]
2020–2021
[22]

With Filatov[edit]

Season Rhythm dance Free dance
2019–2020
[23]

With Nazarov[edit]

Season Rhythm dance Free dance
2018–2019
[1]
Short dance
2017–2018
[24]
2016–2017

Records and achievements[edit]

(with Nazarov)

Competitive highlights[edit]

With Bazin[edit]

International[18]
Event 20–21 21–22
GP Rostelecom Cup 4th 8th
CS Denis Ten Memorial 3rd
CS Cup of Austria WD
Volvo Open Cup 1st
National
Russian Championships 5th 3rd
Russian Cup (Sochi) 2nd
Russian Cup (Syzran) 1st
TBD = Assigned

With Filatov[edit]

International[25]
Event 2019–20
JGP Final 4th
JGP Italy 1st
JGP Latvia 1st
National[2]
Russian Junior Champ. 4th

With Nazarov[edit]

International[26]
Event 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19
Junior Worlds 2nd
JGP Final 3rd
JGP Australia 3rd
JGP Czech Republic 1st
JGP Poland 2nd
JGP Slovakia 1st
Halloween Cup 1st
Tallinn Trophy 2nd 1st
Toruń Cup 1st
National[2]
Russian Jr. Champ. 8th 5th 3rd

Detailed results[edit]

Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships.

With Bazin[edit]

2021–2022 season
Date Event RD FD Total
21–26 December 2021 2022 Russian Championships 6
77.91
3
117.84
3
195.75
November 26–28, 2021 2021 Rostelecom Cup 8
71.05
7
106.46
8
177.51
November 3–7, 2021 2021 Volvo Open Cup 1
75.48
1
110.13
1
185.61
October 28–31, 2021 2021 Denis Ten Memorial Challenge 2
77.08
3
109.72
3
186.80
2020–2021 season
Date Event RD FD Total
February 5–7, 2021 2021 Channel One Trophy 5
79.13
5
123.09
1T/5P
202.22
December 23–27, 2020 2021 Russian Championships 4
78.01
6
114.67
5
192.68
November 20–22, 2020 2020 Rostelecom Cup 5
76.10
4
117.08
4
193.18
October 23–27, 2020 2020 Cup of Russia Series, 3rd Stage, Sochi
domestic competition
2
79.29
2
117.71
2
197.00
September 18–22, 2020 2020 Cup of Russia Series, 1st Stage, Syzran
domestic competition
1
78.19
2
117.68
1
195.87

With Filatov[edit]

2019–2020 season
Date Event Level RD FD Total
February 4–8, 2020 2020 Russian Junior Championships Junior 4
66.16
4
105.22
4
171.38
December 5–8, 2019 2019–20 Junior Grand Prix Final Junior 4
65.07
4
97.96
4
163.03
October 2–5, 2019 2019 JGP Italy Junior 1
65.52
1
99.40
1
164.92
September 4–7, 2019 2019 JGP Latvia Junior 1
65.13
2
100.46
1
165.59

With Nazarov[edit]

2018–2019 season
Date Event Level RD FD Total
March 4–10, 2019 2019 World Junior Championships Junior 2
68.69
4
102.53
2
171.22
February 1–4, 2019 2019 Russian Junior Championships Junior 3
69.89
3
106.96
3
176.85
December 6–9, 2018 2018–19 JGP Final Junior 3
66.29
4
98.25
3
164.54
Nov. 26 – Dec. 2, 2018 2018 Tallinn Trophy Junior 1
66.04
1
97.79
1
163.83
October 19–21, 2018 2018 Halloween Cup Junior 1
62.79
1
96.82
1
159.61
September 26–29, 2018 2018 JGP Czech Republic Junior 1
65.29
1
95.71
1
161.00
August 22–25, 2018 2018 JGP Slovakia Junior 1
64.39
1
95.23
1
159.62
2017–2018 season
Date Event Level SD FD Total
January 23–26, 2018 2018 Russian Junior Championships Junior 2
63.99
6
85.22
5
149.21
December 15–17, 2017 2017 Grand Prix of Bratislava Junior 1
60.87
1
84.47
1
145.34
November 21–26, 2017 2017 Tallinn Trophy Junior 2
61.57
2
84.36
2
145.93
October 4–7, 2017 2017 JGP Poland Junior 2
59.03
3
74.82
2
133.85
August 23–26, 2017 2017 JGP Australia Junior 3
57.25
4
74.55
3
131.80
2016–2017 season
Date Event Level SD FD Total
February 1–5, 2017 2017 Russian Junior Championships Junior 9
52.71
7
82.30
8
135.01
January 10–15, 2017 2017 Toruń Cup Junior 2
51.69
1
80.70
1
132.39

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c "Елизавета Хасанжоновна Худайбердиева" [Elizaveta Khasanzhonovna Khudaiberdieva]. fskate.ru (in Russian).
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  4. ^ "2018 JGP Czech Republic: Junior Ice Dance Result". International Skating Union. 25 August 2018.
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  24. ^ "Elizaveta KHUDAIBERDIEVA / Nikita NAZAROV: 2017/2018". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 29 May 2018.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
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External links[edit]

World Junior Record Holders
Preceded by Junior Rhythm Dance
24 August 2018 – 7 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by Junior Free Dance
25 August 2018 – 8 September 2018
Succeeded by
Preceded by Junior Ice Dance Total Score
25 August 2018 – 8 September 2018
Succeeded by