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Alexandra Trusova is a Russian figure skater. She is a two-time Junior World Champion. She debuted as a senior in the 2019-2020 season.

She is well-known for her technical strength and her quadruple jumps.

Trusova trains in Russia and was being coached by Eteri Tutberidze. She is now being coached by Evgeni Plushenko.

Tropes associated with Alexandra Trusova:

  • The Ace: Was this in Juniors and she also became the one to beat when she broke a world record soon after turning senior.
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  • Always Someone Better: Her many quads and large base value make it hard for those who were at the top very recently to compete with her. Yet, she already has to keep her eyes on younger competitors like Kamila Valieva, who also does quads and beat her at the Russian Nationals.
  • Badass Adorable
  • Character Level: Is always working on adding more quads.
  • Dyeing for Your Art: Had black and white hair for a gala performance. It wasn't permanent.
  • Evolving Attack: She started with one quad at the beginning of her junior career. She now has four quads in her program and is rumored to want to try a fifth.
  • Fan Nickname: Sasha. Quad Queen. Quadzilla. Russian Rocket. Is also part of the '3A'. They are three girls who turned senior in the same year and are very strong competitors. These also include Anna Shcherbakova and Alena Kostornaia. Sometimes this is called 4A, when Alina Zagitova is included as well.
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  • Friendly Rivalry: Is friendly with her rink mates, even the ones who are her strongest competitors
  • Friendship Moment: Evgenia Medvedeva bought a tissue box of Yuri!!! on Ice for her. Alexandra has taken it to her competitions several times.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: A very prevalent trope amongst Eteri Tutberidze's students.
  • Power Trio: As part of the now famous 3A.
  • Rapunzel Hair
  • Signature Move: Gazillions of quads. Cantilever. 3Lutz-3Loop combo.
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