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Anna Grigorievna Semenovich (Russian: А́нна Григо́рьевна Семено́вич, born 1 March 1980[1]) is a Russian singer, actress, model, and former competitive ice dancer.

Skating career

Early in her career, Semenovich skated with . They competed at two World Junior Championships, placing 8th in 1993 and 7th in 1994. After a brief partnership with Maxim Kachanov, placing fifth at the 1994 Goodwill Games, she teamed up with Vladimir Fedorov in 1995. They won the Finlandia Trophy twice[2][3] 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[4] and the 2000 World Championships.[5]

Following the end of that partnership, she reunited with Denis Samokhin and placed 4th at the 2001 Russian Championships. She eventually retired due to injury.

Results

GP: Part of Champions Series from 1995; renamed Grand Prix in 1998

With Samokhin

International
Event1992–931993–942000–01
World Junior Champ.8th7th
Autumn Trophy5th J.
National
Russian Champ.4th

With Kostomarov

International[6]
Event1999–2000
World Championships13th
European Championships10th
GP Cup of Russia4th
National
Russian Championships2nd

With Fedorov

International
Event1995–961996–971997–981998–99
World Champ.15th
GP Cup of Russia4th
GP NHK Trophy3rd7th
GP Skate America3rd4th
GP Skate Canada6th
GP Trophée Lalique4th
Finlandia Trophy1st1st
Centennial On Ice6th
Lysiane Lauret2nd
Autumn Trophy3rd
National
Russian Champ.3rd4th

With Kachanov

Event1994–1995
Goodwill Games5th

Singing career

Following her retirement from skating, Semenovich began working as an actress, model, and singer. She sang with Blestyashchiye from 2003–2007. In March, 2007 she left the group to follow a solo career. In 2008, she released her album, Слухи. There was a single, На Моря, featuring Arash.

Acting

Semenovich had a lead role in the 2008 Russian spy comedy Hitler goes Kaput!.[7][8] She also played in the 2012 sequel Rzhevsky versus Napoleon.

References

  1. ^ Страница Анны Семенович на сайте MAXIM
  2. ^ "Finlandia Trophy Results". Skate Canada. Archived from the original on 2004-06-30. Retrieved 2009-03-19.
  3. ^ "Finlandia Trophy 1996". The Figure Skating Corner. Archived from the original on 7 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-19.
  4. ^ "European Figure Skating Championships 2000". Icecalc.com. Archived from the original on 2000-03-02.
  5. ^ "World Figure Skating Championships 2000". Icecalc.com. Archived from the original on 2000-12-03.
  6. ^ "Tatiana NAVKA / Roman KOSTOMAROV: 2000/2001". International Skating Union. Archived from the original on 19 April 2001.
  7. ^ "20 Hot Photos Of Ice Dancer Anna Semenovich". rantsports.com. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
  8. ^ http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Anna_Semenovich Anna Semenovich IMFDB

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Anna Grigorievna Semenovich (Russian: А́нна Григо́рьевна Семено́вич, born 1 March 1980) is a Russian singer, actress, model, and former competitive ice dancer.

Early in her career, Semenovich skated with Denis Samokhin. They competed at two World Junior Championships, placing 8th in 1993 and 7th in 1994. After a brief partnership with Maxim Kachanov, placing fifth at the 1994 Goodwill Games, 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 reunited with Denis Samokhin and placed 4th at the 2001 Russian Championships. She eventually retired due to injury.

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