Aleksandr Orlov (curler)

Aleksandr Anatolyevich Orlov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Анато́льевич Орло́в;[1] born 18 January 1983 in Bratsk, Irkutsk Oblast, Russia) is a Russian curler and curling coach.[2]

Aleksandr Orlov
Aleksandr Orlov, December 2016.jpg
Aleksandr Orlov in December 2016
Born (1983-01-18) 18 January 1983 (age 38)
Team
Curling clubShVSM po ZVS, Saint Petersburg
SkipAleksandr Orlov
ThirdSergei Morozov
SecondVadim Shvedov
LeadNikita Ignatkov
AlternateKostanin Manasevich
Career
Member Association Russia (2007–2012; 2015–present)
 Kazakhstan (2012–2015)
World Mixed Doubles Championship
appearances
1 (2014)
Pacific-Asia Championship
appearances
2 (2012, 2014)
Medal record
Representing  Russia
Russian Men's Championship
Silver medal – second place 2009
Russian Mixed Championship
Gold medal – first place 2013
Representing  Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Men's Championship
Gold medal – first place 2012
Kazakhstan Mixed Doubles Championship
Gold medal – first place 2012
Gold medal – first place 2014

He is Master of Sports of Russia of International Class (curling, 2016).[3]

He is a sports journalist, founder and owner of a biggest non-governing Russian curling site "CurlingRussia" ("Кёрлинг в России (Curling in Russia)", temporary closed in 2020).[4]

He is founder and owner of the first Russian curling equipment shop "All for curling" (Russian: Всё для кёрлинга).[5]

TeamsEdit

Men'sEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2007–08 Anton Bobrov Petr Dron Dmitry Melnikov Alexander Boyko Aleksandr Orlov RMCCh 2008 (5th)[6]
2008–09 Aleksandr Orlov ? ? ? RMCCh 2009  
2009–10 Anton Bobrov Alexander Boyko Aleksandr Orlov Artur Razhabov
2009–10 Anton Bobrov Alexander Boyko Aleksandr Orlov Vladimir Beljmas Alexander Badilin RMCCh 2010 (5th)[7]
2012–13 Aleksandr Orlov (4th) Viktor Kim (skip) Daniel Alex Kim Ilya Kuznetsov Marat Smailov  
PACC 2012 (7th)
2014–15 Viktor Kim Aleksandr Orlov Ilya Kuznetsov Muzdybay Kudaibergenov Abylaikhan Zhuzbay Viktor Kim  
PACC 2014 (7th)
2016–17 Aleksandr Orlov Alexander Boyko Vladislav Goncharenko Viktor Vorobyov Nikolay Cherednichenko
2016–17 Aleksandr Orlov Alexander Boyko Vladislav Goncharenko Viktor Vorobyov Pavel Kolobuhov RMCCh 2017 (9th)
2020–21 Aleksandr Orlov Sergei Morozov Vadim Shvedov Nikita Ignatkov Konstanin Manasevich Dmitry Melnikov RMCCup 2020 (8th)

MixedEdit

Season Skip Third Second Lead Alternate Coach Events
2006–07 Aleksandr Orlov ? ? ? RMxCCh 2007 (13th)
2007–08 Svetlana Yakovleva Aleksandr Orlov Oksana Gertova Alexander Badilin RMxCCh 2008 (17th)[8]
2008–09 Denis Yakovlev Anna Mylnikova Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova Irina Kolesnikova,
Konstantin Zadvornov,
M. Cherepanov
RMxCCup 2008 (4th)[9]
Aleksandr Orlov (4th) Svetlana Yakovleva (skip) Ilya Badilin Ekaterina Ilinykh Konstantin Zadvornov,
Svetlana Yakovleva
RMxCCh 2009 (19th)
2009–10 Yana Nekrasova Aleksandr Orlov Irina Kolesnikova Nikita Pershakov Alyona Borisova RMxCCh 2010 (8th)
2010–11 Yana Nekrasova Aleksandr Orlov Victoria Moiseeva Alexander Boyko Maria Duyunova RMxCCh 2011 (4th)[10]
2011–12 Yana Nekrasova Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova Ivan Uledev Victoria Moiseeva RMxCCup 2011 (5th)[11]
Yana Nekrasova Aleksey Kamnev Victoria Moiseeva Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova RMxCCh 2012 (6th)[12]
2012–13 Anders Kraupp Vita Moiseeva Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova Vladislav Goncharenko RMxCCh 2013  [13]
2013–14 Alexander Krushelnitskiy Victoria Moiseeva Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova Ilya Badilin RMxCCh 2014 (5th)[14]
2017–18 Andrey Drozdov Maria Baksheeva Aleksandr Orlov Maria Duyunova RMxCCup 2017  
2018–19 Aleksandr Orlov Anastasiya Babarykina Vadim Shvedov Alexandra Antonova RMxCCh 2019 (8th)
2019–20 Aleksandr Orlov Anastasiya Babarykina Vadim Shvedov Alexandra Antonova RMxCCup 2019 (4th)
2020–21 Aleksandr Orlov Anastasiya Babarykina Sergej Morozov Anastasiya Belikova RMxCCh 2020 (11th)

Mixed doublesEdit

Season Male Female Alternate Coach Events
2008–09 Svetlana Yakovleva Aleksandr Orlov Oksana Gertova Konstantin Zadvornov,
Svetlana Yakovleva
RMDCCup 2008 (5th)[15]
2011–12 Yana Nekrasova Aleksandr Orlov RMDCCup 2011 (5th)[16]
2013–14 Maria Duyunova Aleksandr Orlov RMDCCh 2014 (11th)[17]
Olga Ten Aleksandr Orlov Viktor Kim  
WMDCC 2014 (28th)

Record as a coach of national teamsEdit

Year Tournament, event National team Place
2012 2012 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships   Kazakhstan (women)
6
2016 2016 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship   Belarus (mixed doubles)
26
2016 2016 World Mixed Curling Championship   Belarus (mixed)
27
2016 2016 European Curling Championships   Belarus (women)
17
2017 2017 European Curling Championships   Belarus (women)
20
2019 2019 World Mixed Curling Championship   Belarus (mixed)
17
2019 2019 European Curling Championships   Belarus (women)
18

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Other writing: Alexander Orlov, Alexandr Orlov.
  2. ^ Aleksandr Orlov on the World Curling Federation database  
  3. ^ Приказ от 2 декабря 2016 г. № 183 нг «О присвоении спортивного звания „Мастер спорта России международного класса“» — Наградные приказы — Министерство спорта Российской Федерации(in Russian)
  4. ^ "Кёрлинг в России (Curling in Russia)" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2020-02-20.
  5. ^ Всё для кёрлинга(in Russian)
  6. ^ "Чемпионат России по керлингу среди мужских команд 2008" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2017-10-05.
  7. ^ "Чемпионат России по керлингу среди мужских команд 2010" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2018-06-24. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
  8. ^ "Чемпионат России по керлингу среди смешанных команд 2008" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2019-12-28.
  9. ^ "Кубок России по керлингу среди смешанных команд 2008" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2019-12-28.
  10. ^ "Чемпионат России по керлингу среди смешанных команд 2011" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2016-04-30.
  11. ^ Кубок России по керлингу среди смешанных команд 2011 | Керлинг в России(in Russian)
  12. ^ "Чемпионат России по керлингу среди смешанных команд 2012" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2016-10-18.
  13. ^ "Чемпионат России по кёрлингу среди смешанных команд 2013 — Керлинг в России" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2016-10-26.
  14. ^ "Чемпионат России по кёрлингу среди смешанных команд (микст) 2014 года" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2016-10-18.
  15. ^ "Кубок России по керлингу среди смешанных пар 2008 г. Дмитров, Московская область" (in Russian). Керлинг в России.
  16. ^ "Кубок России по керлингу среди смешанных пар 2011" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2019-10-29.
  17. ^ "Чемпионат России по кёрлингу среди смешанных пар 2014" (in Russian). Керлинг в России. Archived from the original on 2019-04-14.

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