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Morozov retired from competition before the 2010 World Championships.
Russian coach Ludmila Velikova confirmed that Russia had attempted years earlier to persuade Volosozhar to skate under its colors, however, the Ukrainian skating federation believed she would be successful with Stanislav Morozov.
During the 2007–08 season, Volosozhar/Morozov came close to winning a medal at the European Championships but placed ninth at the World Championships.
At the end of the season, the pair changed coaches and began working with Ingo Steuer in Chemnitz, Germany.
They are the first figure skaters to win two gold medals at the same Olympics, having taken gold in pairs and in the inaugural team event. The pair won several medals on the Junior Grand Prix circuit and were the Ukrainian national champions in 2004.
That same season, they finished fifth at Junior Worlds and 14th at senior Worlds. In their first season together, they were silver medalists at the Winter Universiade and finished fifth at the European Championships.
At their first team event, the 2013 World Team Trophy, Volosozhar/Trankov placed first in pairs and Team Russia finished fourth overall.
The pair started their season with gold at the 2013 Nebelhorn Trophy, breaking their own world record scores and scoring a total of 231.96 points.
Volosozhar and Trankov are the current World record holders for the short program.
Volosozhar/Trankov were the leaders after the short program but placed second to Savchenko/Szolkowy in the free skate and were awarded the silver medal — only 0.18 of a point separating the two teams at the end of the competition.
At the post-event press conference, they said they would miss Russian Nationals in order to recover fully from their injuries.
At the post-event press conference, Volosozhar said, "It is difficult to raise the mood at this time, but I am glad we made the decision to compete here." In March, the pair won their first World title, placing first in both programs and finishing 20.15 points overall ahead of Savchenko/Szolkowy.
They set a new pairs' world record in the free skate and combined score (225.71 points) and became Russia's first pairs gold medalists since 2005 when Totmianina/Marinin won the World title.