Your career is a one-of-a-kind story.
A little boy named Robin, who was born on the Ostsee and in his younger years moved with his mother to Erfurth. By chance he they tried out the newly opened ice rink and from then on was in love with (excited about) figure skating. Nothing but his favorite sport held his attention; daily he spent more and more hours in a cold building, while his friends ”chilled.”
From singles skater to pairs skater, to synchronized skating and back to pairs skating, with which he’d started so well (?), then. . .
Four years after Robin was born, in Kiev was born a little blonde girl named Aljona, who dreamed early on of being a famous pairs skater and to give the public lasting smiles (?).
A young, something little person, who (something about being similar in temperament). . . wants to reach the best place sought, for the long term an new partner who was just as excited as she was and had the same goal as she did.
So she after receiving a unique letter in the mail she travel from Kiev to Germany to skate and try training on March 20, 2003. And thus, they were named the new German dream pair, Aljona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy.
Together with Ingo Steuer, famous active skaters, they built Germany’s definitive ice skating trio.
They became the German champions in 2004, followed by championships in the years 2005-2009 and 2011.
In spite of various problems, together they fought and won everything that could be won in their journey. Already they are four-time world champions and four-time European champions. Still, they want to be Olympic champions.
Um, something about dreaming and their new ideas improving figure skating overall.
Every day the biggest and most important event, the Olympic Games, come a bit closer. Therefore they take risks and have more to lose than anyone. With outstanding elements and programs they have enchanted viewers and revitalized figure skating, and given it a completely new meaning. ART. PERFECTION. TRUTH/GENUINENESS. A VOICE (?). SUFFERING. MODERNITY.
The pinnacle (crown) of their career will be the Olympic Games, at which, unlike with the Vancouver games, they will focus on the middle step of the podium.