Nikolai Morozov (born December 17, 1975) is a Russian former competitive Ice dancer, who works now as a coach and a choreographer at the Ice House in Hackensack, New Jersey.

Competitive biographyEdit

Morozov originally competed with Olga Pershankova for Azerbaijan. They placed 21st at the 1994 World Figure Skating Championships. Morozov then teamed up with Tatiana Navka. They competed for Belarus at the World Figure Skating Championships and the 1998 Winter Olympics, where they placed sixteenth. Navka and Morozov were coached by Alexander Zhulin. When the two split up, Morozov tried skating with another woman for three months, but retired soon after.

Professional careerEdit

After his retirement, Morozov became a coaching assistant for Tatiana Tarasova. He later left Tarasova and began coaching and choreographing on his own. His students have won world and Olympic titles.

His current and former students include

His current and former choreography clients include

Competitive highlightsEdit

(with Olga Pershankova for Azerbaijan)

Event 1993-1994
World Figure Skating Championships 21st
European Championships 21st

(with Tatiana Navka for Belarus)

Event 1996-1997 1997-1998
Winter Olympic Games 16th
World Figure Skating Championships 14th 10th
European Championships 12th 10th
Karl Schafer Memorial 1st


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