Oleg Fediukov

Oleg is a former National Bronze medalist. He has been teaching since 1996.  He is a US Figure Skating category A Coach and a Professional Skaters Association member.

As a skater, Oleg was a National and International Competitor. He was a nine time National competitor and World Championship’s alternate. Oleg’s testing credentials include; Gold Dance and Gold Freedance.

As a coach, Oleg’s students include Juvenile and Novice National Medalists. Oleg has experience with all levels of children and adults in the following areas; Dance, Choreography, Skating Skills, Stroking, Hockey, and Uschi Keszler’s “Hydroblading.”

610-506-9252, 13ofed@gmail.com


2000, 1999 US National Bronze Medallist, Championship Dance

2000, 1999, 1998 Grand Prix Series Competitor, Dance
2000, 1999 World Team Alternate
2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1995 International Team Member
1993–2001 US National Team Member
2000 NHK Trophy, 7th Place
1999, 1998 Skate Canada
1999 Four Continents Cup, 5th Place
1999, 1997 Eastern Sectional Championships, Senior Dance Silver Medallist
1999 Trophy Lalique
1998, 1997 US National Championships, 6th Place Championship Dance
1998 Nebelhorn Trophy Silver Medallist
1994 National Junior Dance Champion
1994 Eastern Sectional Championships, Junior Dance Champion
1993–2001 National Competitor
1999, 1997, 1996, 1995 Sectional Championships
1994, 1993 Competitor


US National and International Coach

US Figure Skating (USFSA) Gold Dance Tests
US Figure Skating (USFSA) Gold Free Dance Test
Professional Skaters Association (PSA) Member and Insured


Uschi Keszler – Olympic and World Coach
Robbie Kaine – Olympic and World Coach
Alexander Zhulin – World Champion and Olympic Silver Medallist
Genrikh Sretenski – 1994 World Professional Champion
Natalia Dubova – Olympic and World Coach
Tatiana Tarasova – Olympic and World Coach
Natalia Linichuk – Olympic and World Coach


Private lessons
Group lessons – USFSA
Group lessons – Ice Dancing
Group Adult Edge Classes
Instruction experience with children through adults in the following areas; Dance, Choreography, Moves in the Field, Stroking, Hockey, and Uschi Keszler’s “Hydroblading.”