But unfortunately, I did'nt have time to show a performance of Evgeni Plushenko. So, I decided to speak about him:
Evgeni Plushenko is a Russian figure skater.
He began figure skating lessons at the age of 4 in Volgograd and when he was 11 years old he went to Saint-Petersburg to train with Alexei Mishin.
Plushenko became the youngest World Junior Champion and World medalist at 14 years old in 1997. The next year, he won the bronze medal at the 1998 World Championships.
Plushenko had a very successful 2000–01 season, winning every event he entered, including his first World title.
Between 2002-2006, Plushenko won most of the competitions he entered. In 2005 an injury force him to abandon after the short program. He came back in competition in 2006 for the Winter Olympics : he set two new ISU records in SP et FSP and won the gold medal.
In 2007, he took a break but after he saw the russian results in competition, he decided to skate again in 2008.
From 2008 to 2017, he won a lot of competitions or he was at least in top 3.
Plushenko has expressed interest in coaching when he ends his skating career. He hopes to open his own skating school in Saint Petersburg.He retired officially from competition on March 2017.
Since April 2017, he is the coach from Adelina Sotnikova, the 2014 Olympic champion.
I personally like this skater because I like the way he skate : he looks self-confident and he does beautfiul programs.
Here is a preview of his talent: