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Marina Anissina's return to big-time sports: a PR move or real plans?

The world champion of 2000, the Olympic champion of 2002 in ice dancing Marina Anisina intends to return to figure skating soon. She announced this to correspondents for the Bolshoi Sport program on Russia 2.

Marina Anissina's return to big-time sports: a PR move or real plans?Anisina plans to play for the French team with her former partner Gwendal Peizera, and is now working on restoring her fitness.

Recall that the 37-year-old Marina Anisina and 41-year-old Gwendal Peyzer graduated from a sports career more than ten years ago. In 2002, they triumphantly won the European Championship, became the winners of the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Since then, outstanding figure skaters have only participated in various shows.

In 2008, Marina Anisina married Russian actor Nikita Dzhigurda, a year later she gave birth to a son, Mick-Angela Krista, and a year later she had a daughter, Eva-Vlad.

The message of Marina Vyacheslavovna Anissina did not leave indifferent her former colleagues in the workshop.

Marina Anissina's return to big-time sports: a PR move or real plans?The well-known choreorgaf and coach, himself a skater in the past, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Morozov, said in an interview to the R-Sport correspondent that Anissina’s return to big-time sports is “unrealistic.”

Ilya Averbukh, with whom Anisina performed in Russia and won gold medals at the Junior World Championships in 1990 and 1992, called the decision of the former partner "an idiotic PR move, invented by not very smart people", a topic for unworthy speculation.

The famous figure skater in the past, Olympic medalist in Lillehammer in ice dancing, coach Alexander Zhulin is also confident that there will be no return of the once-famous pair Anisina-Peizera. Alexander Vyacheslavovich jokingly promised R-Sport agency that if Anisina “returned to the ice,” he himself would think about the resumption of his sports career.

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