Nina Mozer

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Nina Mozer
Nina Mozer 2010 Cup of Russia.JPG
Mozer in 2010
Personal information
Native name Нина Михайловна Мозер
Full name Nina Mikhailovna Mozer
Born (1964-08-28) 28 August 1964 (age 52)
Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Residence Moscow, Russia
Former partner S. Skorniakov
Former coach Petr Orlov
Svetlana Mozer (Smirnova)
Skating club Vorobiovy Gory (Moscow)

Nina Mikhailovna Mozer (Russian: Нина Михайловна Мозер; born 28 August 1964) is a Russian pair skating coach based in Moscow. She is best known for coaching Tatiana Volosozhar / Maxim Trankov and Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov, the 2014 Olympic gold and silver medalists.

Personal life[edit]

Nina Mikhailovna Mozer was born 28 August 1964 in Kiev, the daughter of Mikhail Mozer, a tennis player, and Svetlana Mozer (Smirnova), the 1958 and 1959 Soviet ice dancing champion. She is the niece of football player Ivan Mozer.[1] Her son, Nikita, was born in 1991.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Coached by her mother and Petr Orlov, Mozer competed in pair skating with S. Skorniakov but retired at 15 due to injury.[2] She then began coaching, assisting her mother at Dynamo Kiev.[1]

Mozer coached in Moscow from 1994 to 2001 and then for two years in the United States before returning to Moscow.[2] She works at Vorobiovy Gory, Vdokhnovenie Ice Palace,[3][4] collaborating with Stanislav Morozov and Vladislav Zhovnirski. She coaches the following skaters:

Former pairs coached by Mozer include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Vagin, Roman; Roganov, Nikolai (3 March 2014). Нина Мозер: «Наш футбол – второсортный» [Nina Mozer interview]. Sovetsky Sport (in Russian). 
  2. ^ a b c d e f Vaytsekhovskaya, Elena (29 September 2010). Нина Мозер: "Работать вполноги не умею" [Nina Mozer: Half measures are not for me]. Sport Express (in Russian). 
  3. ^ Мозер Нина Михайловна [Mozer Nina Mikhailovna] (in Russian). fskate.ru. 
  4. ^ "Вдохновение" (Москва, Россия) [Vdokhnovenie "Inspiration" (Moscow, Russia)] (in Russian). fskate.ru. 
  5. ^ Oksenich, Olga (19 July 2011). Нина Мозер: "Серые мышки могут стать чемпионами, но они мало кому интересны" [Nina Mozer: "Grey mice can be champions but few would be interested"] (in Russian). sports.ru. Retrieved 25 July 2011. 
  6. ^ "Ksenia STOLBOVA / Fedor KLIMOV". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 10 April 2016. 
  7. ^ Vorobieva, Maria (3 April 2013). Нина Мозер: со Столбовой и Климовым начнём работать 16 апреля, когда я вернусь с командного Кубка мира [Nina Mozer: I'll start working with Stolbova / Klimov on April 16 after returning from the World Team Trophy]. team-russia2014.ru (in Russian). 
  8. ^ "Evgenia TARASOVA / Vladimir MOROZOV". International Skating Union. 
  9. ^ "Natalia ZABIIAKO / Alexander ENBERT". International Skating Union. 
  10. ^ Вера БАЗАРОВА, Юрий ЛАРИОНОВ: «Нам давно уже не хватало такого толчка» [Vera Bazarova, Yuri Larionov: "We have long lacked such a shock"]. fsrussia.ru (in Russian). 26 March 2013. 
  11. ^ Vorobieva, Maria (26 March 2013). Нина Мозер: я сразу сказала ребятам - в мой монастырь только с моим же уставом [Nina Mozer interview]. team-russia2014.ru (in Russian). 
  12. ^ Khodorovsky, Boris (31 March 2014). Тренер Нина Мозер: фигуристы Вера Базарова и Юрий Ларионов не будут выступать вместе [Coach Nina Mozer: Figure skaters Vera Bazarova and Yuri Larionov will no longer skate together]. ITAR-TASS (in Russian). 
  13. ^ Starodubtsev, Albert (30 April 2014). Фигуристка Даванкова со следующего сезона будет выступать в паре с Александром Энбертом [Figure skater Davankova will compete with Alexander Enbert next season]. ITAR-TASS (in Russian). 
  14. ^ "Tatiana NOVIK / Mikhail KUZNETSOV". International Skating Union. 
  15. ^ "Ekaterina SHEREMETIEVA / Mikhail KUZNETSOV". International Skating Union. 
  16. ^ "Фигуристка Наталья Забияко рассказала Delfi всю правду о своем бывшем партнере" [Figure skater Natalja Zabijako speaks to Delfi about her former partner]. Delfi (web portal) (in Russian). 8 April 2014.