Sure we don't know if this partnership (if it exists) will lead to anything. I actually was at the Rusisan Cup Final and I saw Elisei Ivanov competing with his partner. Dmitri Ialin and others told me before that Elisei is very talented and has lots of great ideas for lifts etc. So maybe he'll become a good coach later on, who knows.Stanislava may continue (if the discussion on Russian forum is true), but Ivanov isn’t a particularly great skater. Last season he didn’t compete (with his previous partner) at the Russian cup events and therefore did not have a chance to qualify to the nationals, but they did compete at Russian cup final and placed 8th out of nine pairs, with the score of 163. (163 is not very good for Russian senior pairs. For comparison, the pair placing last at the senior nationals scored 171). So even if it is true that Vyslobokova will continue, we may see her only at Russian cup events and not at the nationals or international competitions. Also, Ivanov seem to be changing his partners quite often. I remember three or four previous partners in the recent few years.