A: I don't think so because to me I feel figure skating is something you need to do since you were 4. So I support my sister [Liza] a lot. She's figure skating right now. She's 7. She's really good. I'm proud of her for doing what she wants to do. I don't think it's anything I will ever compete in again. It's something I did when I was younger.
Q: Would you ever do figure skating for show?
A: I did that a couple times during the year, last year. With my mom we had a friends and family show and I was there. I can skate still. I just can't compete. I guess if it's ever needed I'll do it. It's fine.
Q: What do you see yourself doing five years from now?
A: I want to go to college in a city. I want to major in graphics design or something to do with journalism. I want to go to an art school somewhere in New York or Chicago ... I want to get out of suburbia. I lived in suburbia my whole life and it's not something I like. I want to get out and not have to drive everywhere. I just like the city and I love Russia. I might go there. I go back every winter and summer.