|Intro||Russian figure skater|
|Birth||17 February 1996, Nefteyugansk, Ural Federal District, Russia|
Rosa Andreevna Sheveleva (Russian: Роза Андреевна Щевелева; born 17 February 1996 in Nefteyugansk) is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2011 Russian Cup Final champion and 2011 Russian junior bronze medalist.
Sheveleva began skating in 2000. She is coached by Marina Kudriavtseva.
Sheveleva debuted on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series during the 2009–10 season, placing 6th in the United States and 5th in Croatia.
During the 2010–11 Junior Grand Prix season, Sheveleva won a bronze medal in France and finished 6th in Romania. She placed 13th in the short program at the 2011 Russian senior nationals and 5th in the long program, to finish 8th overall. She won the junior bronze medal after placing third in the short and second in the long. She won the 2011 Russian Cup Final, defeating Ksenia Makarova and Alena Leonova.
|Season||Short program||Long program||Exhibition|
by W. A. Mozart
|The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
by Michel Legrand
|Russian Junior Championships||16th||3rd|
|Russian Cup Final||1st|
|Junior Grand Prix, Romania||6th|
|Junior Grand Prix, France||3rd|
|Junior Grand Prix, Croatia||5th|
|Junior Grand Prix, USA||6th|
J = Junior level.