Maxim Evgenievich Stavisky ( Bulgarian. Maxim Staviski , born November 16, 1977 in Rostov-on-Don , USSR ) is a Russian and Bulgarian figure skater who performed ice dancing in tandem with Albena Denkova . Two - time world champion in 2006 and 2007, silver medalist of the 2004 world championship, bronze medalist of the 2003 world championship, multiple medalist of the European championships , participant in three Olympics (1998, 2002 and 2006), ten-time champion of Bulgaria .
|Represents|| Russia → |
|Date of Birth||November 16, 1977 (41 years old)|
|Place of Birth||Rostov-on-Don , USSR|
|Former partners||Albena Denkova|
|Former trainers||Natalia Linichuk and|
Gennady Karponosov ,
|Place of residence||Sofia , Bulgaria|
|The best results on the ISU system|
(at international amateur competitions)
- 1 Career
- 2 Car accident
- 3 Family
- 4 Programs
- 5 Sports Achievements
- 5.1 After 2001
- 5.2 Until 2001
- 6 Awards
- 7 See also
- 8 Notes
- 9 References
Initially, Maxim Stavisky played for Russia in tandem with Anastasia Belova. In 1996, he paired up with Albena Denkova and, having received Bulgarian citizenship , began to speak for Bulgaria.
The couple trained in Odintsovo with Alexei Gorshkov . After the 2005 World Cup in Moscow, they decide to change their coach and go to Delaware ( USA ) to Natalia Linichuk and Gennady Karponosov . Under the guidance of new coaches, the couple twice becomes world champions (in 2006 and 2007).
On October 18, 2007 , during the investigation into the car accident, the culprit of which was Maxim, Stavisky announced that he was ending his amateur sports career.
In 2008, he took part in the program of the First channel of the Russian television “Ice Age” , where he performed in tandem with actress Tatyana Arntgolts . Later Tatyana could not continue to participate in the program due to pregnancy, so Maxim continued to ride in tandem with Tatyana's sister Olga Arntgolts . In 2009, he took part in the same show paired with actress Alisa Grebenshchikova .
Works together with Alexander Zhulin as a trainer , in particular, helps in the preparation of the French dance pair Natalie Peshal - Fabian Burza  . In addition, he acts as a choreographer , for example, in the season 2009-2010, together with Albena Denkova, he directed programs to Brian Joubert  .
On August 5, 2007, Maxim Staviskiy became a participant in an accident on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. On his Hammer car , he drove into the oncoming lane and collided with a Honda car. As a result of the accident, the driver of Honda, a 21-year-old boy, died, and the 18-year-old girl was in a coma for a long time. In the blood of Stavisky, 1.29 ppm of alcohol was found, while 0.5 is considered the maximum permissible indicator in Bulgaria. In addition, Maxim seriously exceeded the speed.
On January 30, 2008, Stavisky was sentenced to 2.5 years probation with a probationary period of five years, compensation in the amount of about 150 thousand euros and deprivation of driving privileges for 4 years. 
In March 2008, the prosecutor's office of the city of Burgas filed a protest over a too lenient sentence. The prosecutor demanded 2.5 years in prison, the lawyers of the victims insisted on higher payments, in particular, the father of the injured girl, Manuela Gorsova, demanded to pay about a million euros. The first appeal hearing was held on April 7, 2008, and after a month of consideration on May 7, 2008, the court decided to leave the sentence unchanged. [four]
The prosecutor's office of the city of Burgas, however, decided to appeal the verdict to the Supreme Court of Bulgaria  .
On October 28, 2008, the Supreme Court of Cassation of Bulgaria returned the skater's case for further investigation. 
On January 5, 2009, the Burgas City Court of Appeal, by its decision, changed the previously imposed conditional sentence of 2.5 years to imprisonment under initial light regime. The court also increased the amount of payments in civil claims by € 15 thousand in favor of each of the parents of a young man who died in an accident and by € 35 thousand in favor of a girl who did not come out of a coma. Stavisky’s lawyers disagreed with the court’s decision and immediately filed a counter appeal.   . On May 12, 2009, the Supreme Court of Cassation of Bulgaria upheld the initial verdict - Staviski would not serve a prison term, but would pay compensation to the victims' families  .
Before the accident, he was the face of the television campaign “Do Not Drink ” ( Russian. I do not drink at the wheel ).
Parents - engineers Yevgeny Markovich Stavisky (born 1947) and Rashel Moiseevna Staviskaya (nee Ioffe, born 1951), candidate of technical sciences, author of scientific papers in the field of broadcasting    . R. M. Staviskaya graduated from the Faculty of Automation, Telemechanics and Electronics of the Moscow Electrotechnical Institute (1973), in 1976-1993 she worked as a research fellow at the State Television and Radio Broadcasting Institute of the State Television and Radio Broadcasting , in 1993-2008 she was the chief engineer and deputy chairman at FSBI RGRK Voice of Russia (broadcasting); EM Stavisky was a research fellow at the Moscow Scientific Research Electrotechnical Institute   . From the father’s side, the family had many doctors. Uncle - Joseph Markovich Stavisky, medical scientist, assistant professor of biochemistry at Rostov Medical University , candidate of medical sciences; grandfather, Mark Efraimovich (Evraimovich) Stavisky, was a famous military surgeon in the city. The family lived in Rostov-on-Don on Sotsialisticheskaya Street, 80 (corner of Semashko Street)  .
On January 30, 2011, Maxim Stavisky and his partner Albena Denkova had a son, Daniel  .
|Season||Original dance||Free dance||Exponential number|
|Winter Olympic Games||7||5|
|Championships of Bulgaria||one||one||one||one||one|
|Grand Prix finals||3||one|
|Trophee eric bompard||four||one||2||one|
|Cup of russia||3|
|Skate canada international||four||2||one|
with A. Denkova
|Winter Olympic Games||eighteen|
|Championships of Bulgaria||one||one||one||one||one|
|Cup of russia||5|
|Skate canada international||5|
|The Golden Horse of Zagreb||2|
|Karl Schaefer Memorial||one|
- Order of "Stara Planina" I degree ( 2007 ) 
- Junior World Figure Skating Championships 1996
- Figure Skating at the 1998 Winter Olympics - ice dancing
- Figure Skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics - Ice Dancing
- Figure Skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics - Ice Dancing
- N. Peshala and F. Burza (English) on the official website of the International Union of Skaters .
- B. Joubert (English) on the official website of the International Union of Skaters .
- Bulgarian court sentenced skater Maxim Stavisky
- The court regretted the skater (inaccessible link)
- They want to put a skater in jail
- The Staviski case was returned for further investigation (inaccessible link) . Date of treatment October 29, 2008. Archived March 15, 2012.
- Stavisk sentenced to imprisonment in Bulgaria
- Maxim Staviskiy sentenced to two and a half years in prison
- Stavisky will not be imprisoned (inaccessible link)
- Academy of the Media Industry: Staviskaya Rachelle Moiseevna (Unavailable link) . Date of treatment November 18, 2015. Archived November 19, 2015.
- V. Ya. Fayn “In the footsteps of the Taganrog relatives”
- Maxim Stavisky: Hero of Bulgaria with Rostov roots
- Patent “Ocean Power Plant” (E. M. Stavisky, M. A. Berchenko)
- Thesis “Development of a distribution system for broadcasting programs in the Russian Federation at a new technological level” (R. M. Staviskaya, 2009)
- Mark Evraimovich Staviskiy in the traffic police database
- Albena Denkova and Maxim Stavisky had a son!
- President of the award Albena Denkova and Maxim Staviski with the Order of Stara Planina (inaccessible link) (Bulgarian)