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Ekaterina Rubleva Rubleva & Shefer in 2008. Personal information Full name: Ekaterina Borisovna Rubleva Country represented:  Russia Date of birth: October 10, 1985 (1985-10-10) (age 25) Place of birth: Odessa, Ukraine Residence: Moscow, Russia Height: 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in) Partner: Ivan Shefer Coach: Alexander Svinin Irina Zhuk Former coach: Elena Kustarova Choreographer: Irina Zhuk Alexander Svinin Igor Pivorovich Skating club: Vorobievye Gory Retired: 2010 ISU personal best scores Combined total: 163.32 2009 Cup of Russia Comp. dance: 30.33 2009 Cup of Russia Original dance: 50.92 2009 Cup of Russia Free dance: 82.07 2009 Cup of Russia Ekaterina Borisovna Rubleva (Russian: Екатерина Борисовна Рублёва, born October 10, 1985) is a Russian ice dancer. With partner Ivan Shefer, she is the 2008 & 2009 Russian silver medalist and 2007 & 2010 bronze medalist. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Programs 4 Competitive highlights 4.1 Post–2004 4.2 Pre–2004 5 References Personal life Ekaterina Rubleva was born in Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. She grew up in Moscow and competed internationally for Russia for her entire career. She is the daughter of ice dancers Svetlana Bakina and Boris Rublev who represented the Soviet Union. She began skating because her parents did not have a babysitter so they brought her along to the rink.[1] Career Rubleva teamed up with Ivan Shefer in 1994. Rubleva & Shefer began competing internationally in the 2001-2002 season. They debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix, placing 5th at the 2001-2002 ISU Junior Grand Prix event in Sweden and 4th at the event in the Czech Republic. They placed 8th at the Russian Championships on the senior level and then 6th on the junior level. In the 2002-2003 season, they won the silver medal at the 2002-2003 ISU Junior Grand Prix event in China and placed 4th at the event in Germany to qualify for the Junior Grand Prix Final, where they placed 8th. In the 2003-2004 season, they won silver medals at both their events on the 2003-2004 Junior Grand Prix circuit to qualify for the Final. They placed 7th at the Junior Grand Prix Final. They placed 5th on the senior level at the 2004 Russian Championships and then won the bronze medal on the junior level. They were sent to the 2004 Junior Worlds, where they placed 6th. Rubleva & Shefer moved up to the senior level internationally in the 2004-2005 season. They placed 4th at the 2004 Nebelhorn Trophy and won the bronze medal at the 2004 Bofrost Cup on Ice. They placed 5th at the 2005 Russian Championships. They competed at the 2005 Winter Universiade, where they placed 5th. In the 2005-2006 season, they made their Grand Prix debut, placing 9th at the 2005 Skate America. They placed 6th at the 2006 Russian Championships. They changed coaches in spring 2006, moving from Elena Kustarova to Alexander Svinin and Irina Zhuk. In the 2006-2007 season, Rubleva & Shefer were to compete at the 2006 Cup of Russia. However, they withdrew. They won the bronze medal at the 2007 Russian Championships and were sent to the 2007 European Championships, where they placed 12th in their debut. In the 2007-2008 season, Rubleva & Shefer placed 8th at the 2007 Skate America and 7th at the 2007 Cup of Russia. They won the silver medal at the 2008 Russian Championships and were assigned to the 2008 European Championships, where they placed 13th. They then competed at the 2008 Worlds, where they placed 15th. In the 2008-2009 season, Rubleva & Shefer placed 6th at the 2008 Skate America and then 7th at the 2008 Trophée Eric Bompard. They won their second consecutive national silver medal at the 2009 Russian Championships and were assigned to the 2009 European Championships. At Europeans, Rubleva suffered a wardrobe malfunction during the compulsory dance when a strap on her dress broke and briefly exposed her chest.[2] They placed 8th in their third consecutive appearance at the event. Rubleva & Shefer then competed at the 2009 Winter Universiade, where they won the silver medal, 39 years after Rubleva's parents had won their Winter Universiade silver medal. Rubleva & Shefer retired from competitive skating in August 2010.[3] Programs (with Shefer) Season Original dance Free dance Exhibition 2009–2010 Valenki Russian folk dance Une Vie d'Amour by Charles Aznavour and Mireille Mathieu Competitive highlights (with Shefer) Post–2004 Event 2004–2005 2005–2006 2006–2007 2007–2008 2008–2009 2009–2010 World Championships 15th 13th European Championships 12th 13th 8th Russian Championships 5th 6th 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd Cup of Russia WD 7th 3rd Trophée Eric Bompard 7th 5th Skate America 9th 8th 6th Bofrost Cup on Ice 3rd Winter Universiade 5th 2nd Nebelhorn Trophy 4th WD = Withdrawn Pre–2004 Event 1999–2000 2000–2001 2001–2002 2002–2003 2003–2004 World Junior Championships 6th Russian Championships 9th 9th 8th 5th Russian Junior Championships 6th 3rd Junior Grand Prix Final 8th 7th Junior Grand Prix, Poland 2nd Junior Grand Prix, Slovenia 2nd Junior Grand Prix, China 2nd Junior Grand Prix, Germany 4th Junior Grand Prix, Sweden 5th Junior Grand Prix, Czech Republic 4th References ^ "Interview with Jekaterina Rubleva/Ivan Shefer: European Championships in Helsinki, January 2009". FigureSkating-Online. May 5, 2009. Retrieved June 24, 2011.  ^ [1] ^ "Рублева и Шефер завершили карьеру [Rubleva and Shefer retired]" (in Russian). 6 August 2010. Retrieved 12 September 2010.  Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Ekaterina Rubleva Ekaterina Rubleva & Ivan Shefer at the International Skating Union "Ekaterina Rubleva & Ivan Shefer".  Persondata Name Rubleva, Ekaterina Alternative names Short description Russian ice dancer Date of birth 1985-10-10 Place of birth Odessa, Ukraine Date of death Place of death