- Maxim Marinin
Olympic medal record Figure skating Gold 2006 Turin Pairs Maxim Marinin
Marinin with Totmianina at the 2004 Worlds
Personal information Country represented Russia Born March 23, 1977
Residence Moscow, Russia Height 1.87 m (6 ft 1 1⁄2 in) Partner Tatiana Totmianina Former coach Oleg Vasiliev, Natalia Pavlova Skating club Yubileiny Sport Club Retired 2006 ISU personal best scores Combined total 204.48
Short program 70.12
Free skate 135.84
Maxim Viktorovich Marinin (Russian: Максим Викторович Маринин, born March 23, 1977 in Volgograd, Russia) is a retired Russian pair skater. With partner Tatiana Totmianina, he is the 2006 Olympic Champion, two-time World Champion, and five-time European Champion.
Marinin was born in Volgograd, Russia, and began skating at age four. After losing to the much younger Evgeni Plushenko, Marinin realized he would not be competitive in singles skating and elected to switch to pairs in 1993. He met Tatiana Totmianina in 1995 at the Russian Nationals which he attended without a partner. They began skating together in 1996, trained by Natalia Pavlova in Saint Petersburg.
Totmianina and Marinin made consistent progress on the world scene through the late 90's. After dating for a while, they ended their relationship but remained friends. They left Pavlova just prior to the 2001 European Championships and moved to Chicago in the United States to train under 1984 Olympic pairs champion Oleg Vasiliev.
Totmianina and Marinin won their first major title at the 2002 European Championships, and went on to finish 4th at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Twice in a row, they finished second at the World Championships to their Chinese rivals Shen Xue and Zhao Hongbo, before finally winning gold in 2004. The day after winning their first World title, Totmianina suffered a dislocated shoulder in practice. They were unable to perform in the exhibition.
In November 2004, during the free skate at the 2004 Skate America in Pittsburgh, Marinin lost his balance while attempting a difficult lasso lift and Totmianina slammed to the ice head first. She suffered a severe concussion and spent the night in a local hospital. Totmianina recovered from her injuries rapidly and was able to return to the ice within days. She often stated that she has no memory of the incident and this made it easy for her to return to the ice. Although Totmianina did not blame him, the accident weighed heavily on Marinin and when the pair returned to training, he was unable to lift her due to panic. He began seeing a sport psychologist who helped him overcome it.
They returned to competition two months later in January 2005, winning gold at the Russian Nationals and then the European Championships. In March, they competed at the World Championships, held in Moscow, Russia. They won their second consecutive World title easily, with a total score 10 points higher than the second place finishers.
Totmianina and Marinin dominated world competition from that point onward. In December 2005, Totmianina was hospitalized with a gall bladder problem. They won their fifth consecutive European Championship the following month in January 2006. With their rivals Shen and Zhao recovering from an achilles injury, Totmianina and Marinin were the clear favorites for Olympic gold in Turin, Italy. They won the short program on February 11 and then the long program on February 13, capturing the 2006 Olympic pair skating title.
Totmianina and Marinin did not compete at the World Championships in March 2006. They later announced their retirement from competition. The pair toured with the Champions on Ice show, with other notable skaters including Michelle Kwan, Evgeny Plushenko, and Viktor Petrenko, among others.
Season Short program Long program Exhibition 2005–2006 Romance from The Snowstorm
by Georgy Sviridov
Romeo and Juliet
by Nino Rota
performed and arranged by Edvin Marton
Color of the Night 2004–2005 Ave Maria
by Franz Schubert
by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Have you ever really loved a Woman?
by Bryan Adams
2003–2004 Variations on a Theme of Paganini
by Sergei Rachmaninoff
Art on Ice
by Edvin Marton
Your Song 2002–2003 Morning Suite
Hall of the Mountain King
by Edvard Grieg
The Cotton Club
by John Barry
2001–2002 The Star and Death of Joaquin Murrieta
( Звезда и смерть Хоакина Мурьеты )
by Alexei Rybnikov and Pavel Grushko
West Side Story
by Leonard Bernstein
A Girl Like You
by Edwyn Collins
by Franz Liszt
West Side Story
by Leonard Bernstein
by Peter Gabriel
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
by Sergei Rachmaninoff
1998–1999 Grand Canyon Suite
The Swan Lake
by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Event 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 Winter Olympics 4th 1st World Championships 7th 6th 5th 2nd 2nd 1st 1st European Championships 5th 5th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st Russian Championships 6th 5th 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st WD Grand Prix Final 1st 2nd 1st Skate America 7th 3rd 3rd 1st WD Skate Canada International 2nd 1st 1st Sparkassen Cup 3rd Trophée Eric Bompard 5th 2nd 4th 1st 2nd 1st Cup of Russia 5th 6th 3rd 6th 1st 1st Karl Schäfer Memorial 5th Skate Israel 2nd
- ^ a b c Mittan, Barry (November 17, 2002). "Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin: Russian Pair Edges Closer to the Top". GoldenSkate.com. http://www.goldenskate.com/articles/2002/111702.shtml. Retrieved November 26, 2010.
- ^ a b c Ushakova, Yulia (August 22, 2010). "Татьяна Тотьмянина: "Я не знала, как пережить предательство Ягудина" [Tatiana Totmianina interview]" (in Russian). КАРАВАН ИСТОРИЙ. http://prosestars.ru/?p=114. Retrieved September 7, 2010.
- ^ Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin at the International Skating Union
- ^ Terry Gannon commentating during ESPN2 broadcast of pairs long program at 2004 Skate America. November 2004.
- ^ Yates, Jennifer C. (October 24, 2004). "Scary fall mars Skate America ; Totmianina taken to hospital after". Associated Press (FindArticles). http://findarticles.com/p/news-articles/columbian-vancouver-wash/mi_8100/is_20041024/scary-fall-mars-skate-america/ai_n51299547/. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
- ^ Klimovich Harrop, JoAnne (October 24, 2004). "Skater injured at Skate America". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/s_265308.html. Retrieved November 27, 2010.
- ^ Shablinskaya, Olga (December 8, 2010). "Максим Маринин: "Мы с женой о работе не говорим" [Maxim Marinin: My wife and I never discuss work]" (in Russian). aif.ru. http://www.aif.ru/culture/article/39581. Retrieved December 8, 2010.
- ^ "Russian pair defends skating title". Associated Press (USA Today.com). January 26, 2005. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/2005-01-26-roundup_x.htm. Retrieved September 15, 2011.
- ^ Zanca, Salvatore (January 17, 2006). "Russians lead pairs, trail in ice dance". Associated Press (USA Today.com). http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/winter/2006-01-17-euro-figure-skating_x.htm. Retrieved September 15, 2011.
- ^ Naborshchikova, Svetlana (December 15, 2008). "Балерина Наталья Сомова и фигурист Максим Маринин: "Шоу "Балет со звездами" вряд ли появится" [Ballerina Natalia Somova and skater Maxim Marinin : A show "Ballet with the Stars " is unlikely]" (in Russian). izvestia.ru. http://www.izvestia.ru/culture/article3123603/. Retrieved 24 September 2010.
Olympic champions in figure skating - Pairs
1908: Anna Hübler & Heinrich Burger • 1920: Ludowika Jakobsson & Walter Jakobsson • 1924: Helene Engelmann & Alfred Berger • 1928: Andrée Joly & Pierre Brunet • 1932: Andrée Brunet & Pierre Brunet • 1936: Maxi Herber & Ernst Baier • 1948: Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet • 1952: Ria Baran & Paul Falk • 1956: Sissy Schwarz & Kurt Oppelt • 1960: Barbara Wagner & Robert Paul • 1964: Ludmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov • 1968: Ludmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov • 1972: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov • 1976: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev • 1980: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev • 1984: Elena Valova & Oleg Vasiliev • 1988: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov • 1992: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev • 1994: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov • 1998: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev • 2002: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze and Jamie Salé & David Pelletier • 2006: Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin • 2010: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo
European champions in figure skating – Pairs
1930–31: Olga Orgonista & Sandor Szalay • 1932: Andrée Brunet & Pierre Brunet • 1933: Idi Papez & Karl Zwack • 1934: Emília Rotter & László Szollás • 1935–39: Maxi Herber & Ernst Baier • 1947: Micheline Lannoy & Pierre Baugniet • 1948–49: Andrea Kékesy & Ede Király • 1950: Marianna Nagy & László Nagy • 1951–52: Ria Baran & Paul Falk • 1953: Jennifer Nicks & John Nicks • 1954: Silvia Grandjean & Michel Grandjean • 1955: Marianna Nagy & László Nagy • 1956: Sissy Schwarz & Kurt Oppelt • 1957–58: Věra Suchánková & Zdeněk Doležal • 1959–64: Marika Kilius & Hans-Jürgen Bäumler • 1965–68: Ludmila Belousova & Oleg Protopopov • 1969–72: Irina Rodnina & Alexei Ulanov • 1973–78: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev • 1979: Marina Cherkasova & Sergei Shakhrai • 1980: Irina Rodnina & Alexander Zaitsev • 1981: Irina Vorobieva & Igor Lisovsky • 1982–83: Sabine Baeß & Tassilo Thierbach • 1984–86: Elena Valova & Oleg Vasiliev • 1987: Larisa Selezneva & Oleg Makarov • 1988: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov • 1989: Larisa Selezneva & Oleg Makarov • 1990: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov • 1991–92: Natalia Mishkutenok & Artur Dmitriev • 1993: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov • 1994: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov • 1995: Mandy Wötzel & Ingo Steuer • 1996: Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev • 1997: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov • 1998: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze • 1999–2000: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov • 2001: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze • 2002–06: Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin • 2007–09: Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy • 2010: Yuko Kavaguti & Alexander Smirnov • 2011: Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy
Grand Prix Final champions in figure skating – Pairs
1995-96: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov • 1996-97: Mandy Wötzel & Ingo Steuer • 1997-98: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze • 1998-99: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 1999-2000: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 2000-01: Jamie Salé & David Pelletier • 2001-02: Jamie Salé & David Pelletier • 2002-03: Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin • 2003-04: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 2004-05: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 2005-06: Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin • 2006-07: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 2007-08: Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy • 2008-09: Pang Qing & Tong Jian • 2009-10: Shen Xue & Zhao Hongbo • 2010-11: Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy
Russian champions in figure skating – Pairs
1993: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov · 1994: Ekaterina Gordeeva & Sergei Grinkov · 1995: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov · 1996: Evgenia Shishkova & Vadim Naumov · 1997–98: Marina Eltsova & Andrei Bushkov · 1999–2002: Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze · 2003–05: Tatiana Totmianina & Maxim Marinin · 2006: Maria Petrova & Alexei Tikhonov · 2007: Maria Mukhortova & Maxim Trankov · 2008-10: Yuko Kavaguti & Alexander Smirnov · 2011: Tatiana Volosozhar & Maxim Trankov
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