Alexander Vedenin
Figure Skating Training Methods and Services

World and Olympic coach, two-time USSR champion, 15 years of experience as Head Coach of the USSR Single Skating National Team, Vice President of the European Professional Skating Coaches Association for six years.

Participant in 20 European Championships, 18 World Championships, and four Olympic Games.

Original Training Methods
Original Training Methods

These original training methods have been worked out by A.Vedenin, based on his 30 years personal experience as a World and Olympic coach and as a development manager.
- How To Teach Young Skaters
- Concept of Technique in Figure Skating
- Skating Skills


Within the period of 1995 2008 the seminars for coaches and skaters have been presented in Austria, Australia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Norway, Spain, Sweden, USA, Argentina.
Seminar can take from 2 to 4 days. Local skaters can be used as demonstrators.


Development Projects
Development Projects

Based on the coachs and management experience, collected while working in different countries as well as participating in the ISU Development Program, A.Vedenin can work out a Development Project on the level of a Training Center as well as on the level of National Federation.


A wide range of custom designed training camps with comprehensive programs for skaters and coaches of National and Sectional Federations, various Training centers, International groups have been projected and conducted by A.Vedenin in Australia, Andorra, Argentina, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, USA.


Camp in Club "Solna" of Stockholm in May 2013

Summer school in Chicago 2013

August, 2015, camp in Belgium


April, May 2015

April, May 2015

April, May 2015

with Victoria Helgesson

with Victoria Helgesson and Christina Helgesson

with Kristoffer Berntsson

Austrian champion Miriam Ziegler

Austrian champion Miriam Ziegler and Eva Martinek

camp at TWIN RINKS in Chicago

Austrian champion Manuel Koll and Ushi Koll

camp with team of Australia in 2009

Work with the Swedish National Team

ISU Development Project 2011 (May, Findland)

Coaches Alexander Vedenin and Shanetta Folle with a group of Swedish skaters, including Victoria Helgesson (World Rating - Nr. 5) and Joshi Helgesson (World Rating - Nr. 17)