|Full name||Jonathan Franciscovich Guerreiro|
|Born||3 April 1991|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Former partner||Ekaterina Pushkash (RUS), Ekaterina Riazanova (RUS), Daria Panfilova (RUS), Kiah Pilz (AUS)|
|Coach||Svetlana Alexeeva, Elena Kustarova|
|Former coach||Alexander Zhulin, Anjelika Krylova, Nikolai Morozov, Denis Samokhin, Natalia Linichuk, Gennadi Karponosov, Alexander Svinin, Irina Zhuk, Svetlana Alexeeva, Elena Kustarova|
|Former choreographer||Nikolai Morozov, Natalia Linichuk, Irina Zhuk, Elena Kustarova, Igor Pivorovich|
|Skating club||Vorobievie Gory|
|Training locations||Novogorsk, Moscow|
|Former training locations||Aston, Pennsylvania|
|ISU personal best scores|
2019 Internationaux de France
2018 NHK Trophy
2018–19 Grand Prix Final
Jonathan Franciscovich Guerreiro (Russian: Джонатан Францискович Гурейро; born 3 April 1991) is an Australian-Russian ice dancer who represents Russia and currently competes with Tiffany Zahorski. With Zahorski, he is the 2018 NHK Trophy silver medalist and the 2018 Skate America bronze medalist. He is also a two-time World Junior medalist, having won bronze in 2009 with Ekaterina Riazanova and silver in 2011 with Ekaterina Pushkash.
Guerreiro was born on 3 April 1991 in Sydney, Australia, to Svetlana Liapina, a former ice dancer for the Soviet Union, and Francisco Guerreiro from Portugal. He grew up in Australia before moving to Moscow with his family in 2005. He holds dual Russian-Australian citizenship.
After early partnerships with Australians Kiah Pilz and Rachael Reading, Guerreiro competed on the Russian regional level with Daria Panfilova. He teamed up with Ekaterina Riazanova in the summer of 2006. They competed together for three seasons and won the bronze medal at the 2009 World Junior Championships. They were coached by Elena Kustarova and Svetlana Alexeeva at Blue Bird FSC in Moscow. Shortly after the 2009 Junior Worlds, Riazanova ended the partnership to skate with Ilia Tkachenko.
Partnership with Pushkash
Coaches Irina Zhuk and Alexander Svinin arranged a tryout with Ekaterina Pushkash and they teamed up in May 2009. They finished fifth at the 2009–10 Junior Grand Prix Final and won the bronze medal at the 2010 Russian Junior Championships. At the end of the season, they switched coaches to Natalia Linichuk and Gennadi Karponossov, which required them to move to Aston, Pennsylvania in the United States.
During the 2010–11 season, they finished fourth at the JGP Final. At the 2011 Russian Junior Championships, they won the silver medal and were assigned to the World Junior Championships where they won silver.
Pushkash and Guerreiro moved up to the senior level for the 2011–12 season. Guerreiro fractured his left foot in training in June 2011, causing them to miss a few weeks of training. They competed at two Grand Prix events, 2011 Skate Canada and 2011 Cup of Russia. At the end of the season, they changed coaches to Nikolai Morozov in Moscow.
Partnership with Zahorski
In 2014, Guerreiro formed a partnership with French ice dancer Tiffany Zahorski, coached by Alexander Zhulin. In July 2014, the Russian Federation asked the French Skating Federation (FFSG) to release her to skate for Russia. They placed fifth at the 2015 Russian Championships.
The FFSG released Zahorski in October 2015, three years and nine months after her last competition for France, allowing Zahorski/Guerreiro to appear for Russia internationally. The two made their international debut at the 2015 Santa Claus Cup, winning the gold medal. They finished fifth at the 2016 Russian Championships.
In the 2016–17 season, Zahorski/Guerreiro won the bronze medal at the 2016 CS Ondrej Nepela Memorial after placing third in both segments and earning a new personal best total score of 165.64 points. They received another bronze medal in their next event, the 2016 CS Finlandia Trophy. They then made their Grand Prix series debut at the 2016 Rostelecom Cup where they placed fifth. A few weeks later they won their third CS medal of the season, the silver at the 2016 CS Warsaw Cup with a personal best score of 173.02 points.
2017–18 season: Pyeongchang Olympics
Zahorski/Guerreiro started their season by winning the silver medal at the 2017 CS Minsk-Arena Ice Star. Competing on the Grand Prix series, they placed fourth at the 2017 Cup of China and sixth at the 2017 Skate America.
In December 2017 they won the bronze medal at the 2018 Russian Championships. A month later they placed 6th at the 2018 European Championships after placing eighth in the short dance and sixth in the free dance.
it was announced by the Russian Figure Skating Federation on January 23, 2018 that Ivan Bukin was not invited to the 2018 Winter Olympics. Because of this, Zahorski/Guerreiro were sent instead. Zahorski/Guerreiro placed thirteenth at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Later they placed eighth at the 2018 World Championships with a personal best score of 180.42 points.
Zahorski suffered from a recurrence of a knee injury over the summer that limited the duo's training time leading up to the new season. Zahorski/Guerreiro started their season at the 2018 Skate America. They ranked third in the rhythm dance and fourth in the free dance, placing third overall. The bronze medal was their first Grand Prix medal. Guerreiro said: "We haven’t had this many free dance run-throughs under our belts, so we just kind of prayed and hoped for the best. Overall, it’s a good start." In early November Zahorski/Guerreiro competed at their second Grand Prix event of the season, the 2018 NHK Trophy, where they won the silver medal with a personal best score of 183.05 points.
With one Grand Prix silver medal and one bronze medal they qualified for the 2018–19 Grand Prix Final, where they finished fifth.
At the 2019 Russian Championships, Zahorski/Guerreiro placed third in the rhythm dance, several points behind the top two teams but more than three points ahead of fourth-place finishers Sofia Evdokimova / Egor Bazin. The team had major problems in the free dance, with Guerreiro's boot laces coming undone early on, and Zahorski making errors on both her twizzles and the one-foot step sequence. Consequently, they dropped to seventh place in the free dance and overall, and were not named to the Russian team to the European Championships.
Zahorski/Guerreiro debuted their programs at the Russian test skates, citing their "Survivor" free dance as having been chosen to differentiate themselves from the prevailing lyrical style of skating. They did not compete a Challenger event, and made their return to the Grand Prix at 2019 Skate America, where they placed fifth. They were fifth as well at the 2019 Internationaux de France.
Competing at the 2020 Russian Championships, Zahorski/Guerreiro placed third in the rhythm dance. Third in the free dance as well, they returned to the national podium as bronze medalists. Zahorski said "before this competition, we actually got in training. We had a good two and a half weeks of training, so hopefully, going into Europeans, we’ll add more and it will be much better."
|Season||Rhythm dance||Free dance||Exhibition|
|Season||Short dance||Free dance||Exhibition|
|Season||Original dance||Free dance|
|GP Cup of China||4th|
|GP NHK Trophy||2nd|
|GP Rostelecom Cup||5th|
|GP Skate America||6th||3rd||5th|
|CS Finlandia Trophy||3rd|
|CS Golden Spin||6th|
|CS Nepela Memorial||3rd|
|CS Warsaw Cup||2nd|
|Santa Claus Cup||1st|
|Cup of Russia||1st||1st||1st|
|TBD = Assigned; WD = Withdrew|
|GP Rostel. Cup||7th|
|GP Skate Canada||6th|
|JGP Czech Rep.||1st|
|NRW Trophy||1st J|
|Russian Jr. Champ.||3rd||2nd|
|J = Junior level; WD = Withdrew|
|World Junior Champ.||6th||3rd|
|NRW Trophy||1st J|
|Russian Junior Champ.||3rd||1st|
|J = Junior level|
|Australian Championships||3rd N|
|N = Novice level|
Small medals for short and free programs awarded only at ISU Championships. At team events, medals awarded for team results only.
|24–29 December 2019||2020 Russian Championships||3
|1–3 November 2019||2019 Internationaux de France||5
|18–20 October 2019||2019 Skate America||5
|19–23 December 2018||2019 Russian Championships||3
|6–9 December 2018||2018–19 Grand Prix Final||5
|23–25 November 2018||2018 Warsaw Cup||1
|9–11 November 2018||2018 NHK Trophy||1
|19–21 October 2018||2018 Skate America||3
|19–25 March 2018||2018 World Championships||8
|14–25 February 2018||2018 Winter Olympics||13
|15–21 January 2018||2018 European Championships||8
|21–24 December 2017||2018 Russian Championships||3
|6–9 December 2017||2017 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb||6
|24–26 November 2017||2017 Skate America||4
|3–5 November 2017||2017 Cup of China||4
|26–29 October 2017||2017 CS Minsk-Arena Ice Star||2
|22–25 December 2016||2017 Russian Championships||5
|17–20 November 2016||2016 CS Warsaw Cup||2
|4–6 November 2016||2016 Rostelecom Cup||5
|6–10 October 2016||2016 CS Finlandia Trophy||3
|30 September – 2 October 2016||2016 CS Ondrej Nepela Memorial||3
|23–27 December 2015||2016 Russian Championships||5
|28–30 November 2015||2015 Santa Claus Cup||1
|24–28 December 2014||2015 Russian Championships||5
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