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| residence = Woodbridge, New Jersey
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| formerpartner = Galit Chait (ISR), Ekaterina Svirina (RUS), Marina Anissina (RUS}
| coach = Alexander Zhulin,
Evgeny Platov | skating club = | retired = 2007 | dance score = 204.42 | dance date = 2004 Cup of China | CD score = 40.98 | CD date = 2004 Skate America | OD score = 63.07 | OD date = 2004 Cup of China | FD score = 106.46 | FD date = 2005 Grand Prix Final }}
Sergei Sakhnovski (, ) (born on May 15 1975, in Moscow, Russia) is an Israeli ice Dancer with partner Galit Chait. They have been competing internationally for Israel since 1996. In 2002 they were the first Israeli ice dance team to win a medal (bronze) at World Championships. They have competed in three Olympics, finishing 14th in 1998, 6th in 2002, and 8th in 2006.
Before he left Russia and moved to Israel, Sergei Sakhnovski was teamed with Marina Anissina and Ekaterina Svirina. With Svirina he won the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in 1993, and the silver medal in 1994.
|Winter Olympic Games||6th||8th|
|Grand Prix Final||4th||5th||5th||4th||4th|
|Cup of Russia||3rd||2nd||3rd||2nd|
|Cup of China||2nd||2nd|
|Winter Olympic Games||14th|
|Cup of Russia||7th|
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