Maria Butyrskaya

Maria Butyrskaya

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48 years
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June 28, 19721972-06-28
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Maria Viktorovna Butyrskaya (Russian: Мария Викторовна Бутырская, born 28 June 1972) is a Russian figure skater. She is the 1999 World champion and a three-time European champion — becoming the oldest skater and the first Russian to win the World ladies' title and the oldest skater to win the European ladies' title (2002 at age 29). Butyrskaya placed fourth at the 1998 Winter Olympics and sixth at the 2002 Winter Olympics. She won the Russian national title six times.

Maria Butyrskaya was born on 28 June 1972 in Moscow. Her parents divorced after the birth of her younger brother.

In summer 2006, Butyrskaya married a hockey player, Vadim Khomitsky. As of 2010, he plays in Russia for Khimik's successor team Atlant Moscow Oblast. They have three children together.

As a child, Butyrskaya was coached by Irina Nifontova for eight years. After she decided to retire, Butyrskaya had a couple of coaches, one of whom told her she had no talent, and then contacted Vladimir Korolov. He improved her compulsory figures but they were then dropped from competitions. After Korolov moved to Greece, Butyrskaya was coached by Viktor Kudriavtsev for several years until he told her that she was strong technically but he could not help her mentally. Her coach then became Elena Tchaikovskaia.

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Height 5 ft 3 in / 160 cm
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Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Green
Nationality Russian
Race / ethnicity White


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