Russian ice dancer. Name variations: Natalya. Born in Russia; m. Gennadi Karponosov.
With partner Gennadi Karponosov, won World championships (1978, 1979), European championship (1980) and a gold medal at Lake Placid Olympics (1980); coaches at University of Delaware; called an influential force in figure skating by IFS.
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