Who’s Ilia Burov?
1.73 1991Ilya Alekseyevich Burov was created in 1991. He’s a fisherman skier. Burov includes a height of 1.73 m. Height really doesn’t matter in the game he competes in. Burov engaged to get Russia at the 2014 Winter Olympics. He placed 10th at the first qualifying round at the aerials, failing to move further. He also afterthat placed 10th at the second qualification round, again neglecting to progress. Burov competed Olympic Winter Games. He placed 8th at the first qualifying round at the aerials, failing to progress. He placed 1st in the second qualification round and innovative to finals at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at Pyeongchang at South Korea. He set 6th at both Closing Round 1 and Round 2, and eventually placed 3rd in Final Round 3 winning bronze medal. Burov debuted at January 2011 into World Cup. As of February 2018, his very best World Cup finish is 2nd, in a World Cup phases held in Moscow at 2015 and 2018. Ilia Burov is known as Burik by his own pals. He enjoys taking walks, listening to songs. The athlete has analyzed Physical Education in the Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation. He has two kids and will speak Russian language. He coached at the club Moscow Region Centre of Olympic Sports at Russia under trainer Dmitry Kavunov on a nationwide level and trainer Alexander Pongilsky out of Russia. He left his World Cup Debut – 2011 at Mont Gabriel, Canada. Back in November 2016, Burov broke three ribs and suffered knee and lung injuries after he had been involved in a automobile collision. He had been ruled out of contest for the full 2016/17 season. Back in January 2014 he broke his big toe in a collision in the home. He also hurt the meniscus in his knee in January 2013 and demanded an operation. He started freestyle ski in October 2007 at Yaroslavl, Russian Federation. He picked the game because he enjoys the adrenaline rush he gets in the game, and also the opportunities it provides him to journey. His most memorable accomplishment was all of his podium finishes at World Cup events. Burov’s biggest influence is his dad and believes in the doctrine,”I’ve adrenaline in my blood”