In 12th place after the short program, Aleksandra Trusova pulled out all the stops in her free skate, attempting five quads in her worlds debut. She landed two, still more than any woman ever in the World Championships, enough to earn the top free skate score of 152.38 and the bronze medal with a total of 217.20.
“Trusova was born on 23 June 2004 in Ryazan. She is the eldest of three children and has two younger brothers, Egor and Ivan.
An avid dog lover, Trusova has a pet chihuahua named Tina who often accompanies her to competitions, a pet husky, Jack, and a miniature royal poodle, Lana, which came with her when she received the Rostelecom Cup for winning the 2019 World Junior Figure Skating Championships and for landing her first triple Axel in practice.
A short biography of her career through her teenage years has been published in Russian, “Alexandra Trusova. The Girl Who Fights Gravity: And Changes the World of Woman’s Figure Skating”, with English translation released in March.
Trusova presently prefers to use beige colored Jackson Full Custom ice skates for ice skating competition.
As of 2021 Trusova is in her last two years in high school and excels in her study of mathematics. She speaks about her preference for reading mystery novels and singles out the novels of Agatha Christie as among her favorites.” Expedia