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Denis Ayrapetyan

Russia

SportShort Track
FederationIDSTRUS11701199701
NOCRussia
Born17 Jan 1997 in Penza 
GenderMen
ResidencePenza, RUS
OccupationAthlete, Student
LanguagesRussian
Higher educationPhysical Education - Penza State University: Russia
Personal Bests
EventRecordDateLocation 
Personal Bests
  Event RecordDateLocation 
    500m 41.257 30 Jan 2016 Sofia  
    1000m 1:23.304 11 Nov 2018 Salt Lake City, UT  
    1500m 2:11.544 07 Oct 2017 Dordrecht  
Main Achievements
 
Main Achievements
World Junior Championships
Event  
World Junior Championships
    3000m Relay     1  
European Championships
Event  
European Championships
    5000m Relay   2    
Social Media
Social Media
www.facebook.com/deniska.kuk  
twitter.com/ecconil  
Sport Specific Information
Sport Specific Information
Club / TeamMGFSO: Moscow, RUS  
Reason for choosing this sportA coach invited children at his school to take up the sport. Ayrapetyan did not enjoy skating initially, but he met the coach at school again a year later and gave it another try. He liked the sport because it was interesting and dynamic.  
Name of coachAndrey Maksimov [national], RUS; Viktor Pavlov [personal], RUS; Konstantin Skorosov [personal], RUS  
When and where did you begin this sport?He began training in 2008 in Penza, Russian Federation.  
General Interest
General Interest
Most influential person in careerHis personal coaches. (Athlete, 12 Jan 2017)  
AmbitionsTo win a medal at the Olympic Winter Games. (Athlete, 18 Oct 2017)  
HobbiesListening to music, travel, golf. (Athlete, 18 Oct 2017)  
Hero / IdolRussian short track skater Victor An. (Athlete, 12 Jan 2017)  
Awards and honoursHe has received the title of Master of Sport of International Class in the Russian Federation. (minsport.gov.ru, 31 May 2018; Athlete, 18 Oct 2017)  
Sporting philosophy / motto"Through thorns to the stars." (Athlete, 08 Nov 2017)  
Memorable sporting achievementWinning bronze in the 3000m relay at the 2016 World Junior Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. (Athlete, 18 Oct 2017)  
Championships results
Year Competition Event Rank  
Championships results
    2017/2018 European Championships 5000m Relay2  
    2016/2017 European Championships 5000m Relay2  
    2015/2016 World Junior Championships 3000m Relay3  
    2017/2018 European Championships 1500m4  
    2017/2018 World Championships 5000m Relay7  
    2017/2018 European Championships Overall9  
    2015/2016 World Junior Championships Overall10  
    2017/2018 World Championships 1500m14  
    2017/2018 European Championships 500m16  
    2017/2018 European Championships 1000m20  
    2017/2018 World Championships Overall32  
    2017/2018 World Championships 500m32  
    2017/2018 World Championships 1000m50  
World Cups
Year Competition Event Rank  
World Cups
    2016/2017 Minsk 5000m Relay2  
    2018/2019 Salt Lake City, UT 5000m Relay3  
    2018/2019 Salt Lake City, UT 1000m3  
    2017/2018 Shanghai 5000m Relay5  
    2016/2017 Salt Lake City, UT 5000m Relay5  
    2016/2017 Shanghai 5000m Relay5  
    2016/2017 Dresden 1500m6  
    2016/2017 Calgary, AB 5000m Relay7  
    2016/2017 Gangneung 5000m Relay8  
    2017/2018 Shanghai 1500m9  
    2016/2017 Shanghai 1000m10  
    2016/2017 Minsk 1500m10  
    2016/2017 Salt Lake City, UT 1000m11  
    2017/2018 Shanghai 500m14  
    2016/2017 Dresden 500m15  
    2017/2018 World Cup 1500m16  
    2016/2017 Gangneung 1000m17  
    2016/2017 Minsk 500m18  
    2016/2017 Gangneung 1000m19  
    2018/2019 Salt Lake City, UT 1500m21  
    2016/2017 World Cup 1500m22  
    2017/2018 World Cup 1000m26  
    2017/2018 World Cup 500m31  
    2016/2017 World Cup 1000m34  
    2016/2017 Shanghai 500m39  
    2015/2016 World Cup 1500m41  
    2018/2019 Calgary, AB 1000m44  
    2016/2017 Salt Lake City, UT 1500m45  
    2016/2017 World Cup 500m53  
    2014/2015 World Cup 500m63  
    2015/2016 World Cup 500m74  
    2014/2015 World Cup 1000m76