Andrejs Vlascenko

Andrejs Vlascenko (* 15. June 1974 in Weimar) is an ice art runner.

Andrejs Vlascenko was born in Weimar in Germany. Its parents came from the Soviet Union and worked in Weimar at the Red Army. The family went back into the Soviet Union and Andrejs Vlascenko buildup into Riga/Latvia . With the ice art running it began 1980 at the age of 6 years, thus. He became also twice lettischer master 1992 and 1994 and started also 1993 with junior world championships for Latvia and reached the 5. Rank. 1994 moved Andrejs Vlascenko to Germany, and live still here. Since 1995 it started for Germany.

He trained first with Anzelika Surupova, changed then several times the coach and trained last with Alexander Vedenin.

1998 were rejected its naturalization in Germany, because he became remarkable with driving a car briefly before. It drove once without driving licence and once under the influence from alcohol. The missing German nationality prevented an olympia start for Germany.

2004 it terminated its amateur career as ice art runner.

Andrejs Vlascenko lives and works in Dortmund as a coach, is married with Mrs. Elena and has since August 2005 a son Alexander.

See also: Ice art run and list of the ice art runners

table of contents

of successes/results

olympic plays

  • 1994 - 21. Rank (start for Latvia)
  • 1998 - no starting authorization because of missing German nationality
  • 2002 - no starting authorization because of missing German nationality

world championship

  • 1994 - 11. Rank (start for Latvia)
  • 1995 - because of land change no starting authorization
  • 1996 - 8. Rank
  • 1997 - 6. Rank
  • 1998 - 5. Rank
  • 1999 - 9. Rank
  • 2000 - 16. Rank
  • 2001 - not participated
  • 2002 - 10. Rank
  • 2003 - 17. Rank
  • 2004 - not participated

junior world championship

  • 1993 - 5. Rank (start for Latvia)

European championships

  • 1994 - 9. Rank (start for Latvia)
  • 1995 - because of land change no starting authorization
  • 1996 - because of injury given up
  • 1997 - 6. Rank
  • 1998 - 4. Rank
  • 1999 - 4. Rank
  • 2000 - 7. Rank
  • 2001 - 6. Rank
  • 2002 - 8. Rank
  • 2003 - not participated
  • 2004 - 7. Rank

Letti championships

German championships


 

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