Golovina and Voiko in 2004
September 30, 1982 |
Kharkiv, Ukrainian SSR
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Former partner||Oleg Voiko
|Former coach||Rinat Farkhutdinov
|Former choreographer||Nikolai Morozov|
|Former skating club||Kolos Kharkov|
|Former training locations||Euless, Texas|
Julia Golovina (born 30 September 1982) is a Ukrainian former competitive ice dancer. With former partner Oleg Voiko, she is the 2003 Ukrainian national champion. They competed at the 2002 Winter Olympics and the 2006 Winter Olympics, placing 21st and 23rd, respectively. Their highest placement at an ISU Championship was 15th at the 2003 and 2004 European Figure Skating Championships.
Initially a singles skater, Golovina took up ice dancing at 13 or 14. She competed for Russia with Denis Egorov for four years. They placed sixth at the 1999 World Junior Championships. In 2000, she teamed up with Oleg Voiko.
With Voiko for Ukraine
|Winter Olympic Games||21st||23rd|
|Cup of China||8th|
|Golden Spin of Zagreb||1st|
|Ondrej Nepela Memorial||1st||1st|
With Egorov for Russia
|World Junior Championships||6th|
|Junior Grand Prix Final||4th|
|Junior Series, Bulgaria||3rd|
|Junior Grand Prix, Czech Republic||2nd|
|Junior Series, France||3rd|
|Junior Grand Prix, Hungary||1st|
|Junior Grand Prix, Norway||2nd|
|Junior Grand Prix, Ukraine||2nd|
|Autumn Trophy||6th J.|
|J. = Junior level|
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- Dobor, Helga (2005). "Interview with Julia Golovina and Oleg Voiko". Absolute Skating.
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