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    Competitive Accomplishments

Pasha and Natalia Lineychuk

    1976

At only four years old Pasha starts training in figure skating school, Odessa/Ukraine. Coach is Walentina Kasjanowa

    1982

paired with  Alexandr Chichkov, coach Natalia Lineychuk, Dinamo, Moscow

    1986

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships (Junior) Korea

    1987

 Silver Medal: World Figure Skating Championships (Junior) Kitchener, Canada

    1988

Gold Medal: National Figure Skating Championships

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships (Junior) Nebelhorn

*Gold Medal: World Figure Skating Championships (Junior) Brisbane, Australia

     

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    1989

Pasha lost her partner Alexandr Chichkov, due to his problems with illness. New start with Evgeny Platov. In only three months skating together they won:

Silver Medal at Trophee NHK in Japan,

and at the senior level debut with a successful 6th place position at the World Figure Skating Championships, England. With that meteoretic rise, they were favourites to become World and Olympic Champions.

   

    1992

Gold  Medal: National  Championships, Moscow, USSR ( last USSR Gold Medal)

Silver Medal at Trophee NHK in Japan

Bronze Medal: European Figure Skating Championships, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Bronze Medal: World Figure Skating Championships , Oakland, California.

*Received four 1st place placements at Winter Olympic Games Albertville, France; leading 4th Olympic positions

    1993

Gold  Medal : National Championships, Moscow USSR

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Moscow ISU Grand Prix

Silver Medal: European Figure Skating Championships Ice Dancing, Helsinki, Finland

Silver Medal: World Figure Skating Championships Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships NHK Trophy

    1994

Gold  Medal: National Championships, Moscow USSR

Silver Medal: European Figure Skating Championships Copenhagen, Denmark

*Gold Medal: World Ice Dance Championships, Makuhari, Japan

**Gold Medal and Olympic Champion: the XVII Olympic Winter Games Lillehammer, Norway

*** Prestigious Russian Government's Order, given by the President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin in the Kremlin for Ms.  Oksana Grishuk: "Supreme Order of Friendship of Nations"

     

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    1995

Dynamo coach Natalia Lineychuk and her ice-dancing group, including Pasha,  moved from Moscow to train at Newark, Delaware, USA

* Gold Medal: World Figure Skating Championships, Birmingham, Great Britain

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships STARLIGHT CHALLENGE

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Trophee de France

    1996

Gold Medal: Russian National Championships, Moscow, USSR

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Centennial on Ice

Gold Medal: European Figure Skating Championships

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Ultimate Four

 Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Honda Prelude Cup

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Champion´s Series Final

*Gold Medal: World Figure Skating Championships, Canada

    1997

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Trophee de France

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships St. Petersburg "Cup of Russia"

Gold Medal: International Pro-Am Figure Skating Championships New York

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Skate America

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Championships Champion´s Series Final

Gold Medal: International Figure Skating Pro-Am Championships Japan Open

* Gold Medal: World Figure Skating Champions Lausanne, Switzerland

    1998

Gold Medal: European Figure Skating Championships at Milano, Italy

** Gold Medal and Olympic Champion: XVII Olympic Winter      Games Nagano, Japan *

*** For outstanding achievement in sports, courage and heroism,  displayed in the 28th Winter Olympic Games in 1998 Ms. Pasha Oksana Grishuk was awarded with the most prestigious Orders by the President of the Russian Federation, Boris Yeltsin: "Order for Great Services Performed for the Fatherland Third Class" (the highest degree)!  http://www.pasha-grishuk.de/decree_from_yeltsin.htm 

 

     

 

 

    Pasha completed her brilliant, unique eligible career, becoming the ONLY Lady in sports history who won Olympic Gold Medals in Ice-dancing two times (and also back-to-back)

    Currently Pasha became a professional solo skater; choreographer; commentator; producer; actress; model and business woman.

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