And I couldn’t help but bring you this beauty of a Russian skater who is from the same generation as Sofia, Helena and others. And for me it’s a pleasure to introduce her to you, let’s welcome her with her beautiful gallery.
Anastasiya Vitálievna Gubanova (also spelled Anastasiya Gubanova; in Russian, Анастасия Витальевна Губанова; b. Tolyatti, Russia, 2 December 2002) is a Russian figure skater. Winner of two gold medals in the Junior Grand Prix events and silver medalist in the 2016-2017 Junior Grand Prix Final.
Gubanova’s first coach was Angelina Turenko. The skater started competing in November 2013 and won gold at the Warsaw Cup in the same year and also won at the Rooster Cup, Gardena Spring Trophy and NRW Trophy competitions. He had his international debut in the Junior Grand Prix series of the 2016-2017 season, winning gold at the events in Ostrava (Czech Republic) and Dresden (Germany). With his two victories he qualified for the Junior Grand Prix final in Marseille (France), where he won the silver medal with a total score of 194.07 points. At the 2017 Russian Championships she managed to place seventh at both junior and senior level. At the 2018 Russian Championships Gubanova placed sixth at senior level and fourth at junior level.
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