Oksana Grishuk

Oksana Grishuk

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<!-- Commented out because image was deleted: -->Oksana (Pasha) Vladimirovna Grishuk (; born March 17, 1972 in Odessa, USSR) is a Russian ice dancer. She is best known for her partnership with Evgeny Platov from 1989–1998. With Platov, she is a two-time Olympic champion (1994, 1998), four-time World champion (1994–1997), and three-time European champion (1996–1998). With previous partner Alexandr Chichkov, she is the 1988 World Junior champion.

Career

Grishuk began skating at the age of four. She moved to Moscow in 1981 and began training under Natalia Linichuk and Gennadi Karponossov in 1984. She initially competed with Alexandr Chichkov for the Soviet Union. In 1987, they won the silver medal at the World Junior Championships. The following year, they won gold at the event as well as the Soviet Championships. They competed one more season and won bronze at the Grand Prix International de Paris (now known as Trophee Eric Bompard). He retired in summer 1989 due to injury.

Grishuk was invited to join Natalia Dubova's group where she was partnered with Evgeny Platov. Three months later, in December 1989, they won the bronze medal at the Soviet Championships. They were fifth in the World Championship debut in 1990. Their first European and World medals, both bronze, came at the 1992 European Championships and 1992 World Championships. In the fall of 1992, Grishuk and Platov switched to Linichuk and Karponossov. During the 1992–93 season, they won European and...
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