Data of birth: August 18, 2000
Club: Luleå KK
Height: 160 cm
Started skating: at the age of two
Member of: The Swedish Figure Skating Association’s Junior Team
Coach: Father Alexander (Sr), Mom Irina Majorov
Choreographer: Irina Majorov
Family: Dad Alexander (Sr.), Mister Irina, Big Brother Alexander
Pets: Dog Chuck
TV Favorite: Cooking Program
Favorite color: Blue
Favorite food: A Russian dish, reminiscent of griddle
Favorite drink: Cola
Favorite music: Blues
Nikolaj Majorov goes to Alexander’s footsteps in his renowned big brother, and has a gold from youth SM and a JSM gold on the merit list. His goal is to get to the European Championships and the World Cup – and to become a pilot.
Why do you like to go skiing?
“It’s a fun sport. Especially when you’ve been fighting for some time, and at last it will be. And it’s fun to show off what you can.
How did you get started?
– It’s the family. Everything came after the brother, he is a big model for me and also dad, who is my coach. So it became natural that I also went.
What do you think you are good at in the art of shooting?
– The ride, I am pleased with it. I have received feedback from judges that I’m good at giving out energy.
What do you need to be better at?
– Piruettes. That’s something I need to improve.
What are you thinking about when you compete?
“What I have learned over the last year is that I do not have to be so nervous. I’ll only show what I can. If not, it will not work, and then I’ll fix it on another competition.
What is your goal?
– To enter a championship, such as the European Championship or World Cup.
How are you going to get there?
– Exercise and be patient.
What did you do in your spare time if you did not go skiing?
“At the moment, I am also doing photography. But otherwise I would have liked to learn more about being a pilot. That’s probably the highest goal since when to start work.
Music for the 2018/2019 season
Short program: ”Ulichnyye strasti” (“Street Passions”), by Valery Didulya, performed by Didulya
Free skating: “The Addams Family”, musical soundtrack by Andrew Lippa (except the original main theme, composed by Vic Mizzy)
Best results in ISU competitions since 2018/2019
Personal best: 177.03 (CS Golden Spin 2018)
Seasonal best: 177.03 (CS Golden Spin 2018)
Best results including international competitions, Swedish Championships and Elite League Finals
Personal best: 217.73 (Elite League Final 2019)
Seasonal best: 217.73 (Elite League Final 2019)
Results in the Olympic Games and international championships
|World Junior Championships||31||-||21|
Results in ISU Challenger Series
Results in ISU Junior Grand Prix
Results in national competitions including championships and Elite League Finals
|Swedish Championships Junior||-||-||-||-||1||-||2||-|
|Swedish Championships Novice (Boys 15)||-||-||-||1||-||-||-||-|
|National Championships (Boys 13)||3||-||3||-||-||-||-||-|
|Elite League Finals Senior||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||1|
|Elite League Finals Junior||-||-||-||-||1||-||2||-|
|Elite League Finals Novice||-||-||2||WD||-||-||-||-|
Results in other international senior competitions
|Volvo Open Cup||7|
Results in other international junior competitions
|Coupe Int. de Nice||6||8||-|
|Coupe du Printemps||-||2||-||3|
|European Youth Olympic Festival||-||-||10||-|
|Kaunas Ice Autumn Cup||-||-||1|
Results in other international novice competitions
|Hellmut Seibt Memorial||-||-||-||3|