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Weir, Kerrs celebrate medals with show. By Lynn Rutherford, special to icenetwork.com 3.11.08
Local competitors join in at Princeton Sports Center. Their free dance music
is by Muse; it's called "Ruled by Secrecy," but we're changing the name," Platov
said. "We call it "Brother and Sister: Journey from Perdition." After some sort
of catastrophe, like 9/11 or the London bombing, they are two people working
together to survive."
Kerrs Continue to Push Dance Boundaries. August 3, 2008
Scottish ice dancers Sinead and John Kerr have always been among the most
unique dancers competing at the international level. This year will be no
different. The team will be using a contemporary dance to the music Ruled by
Secrecy by Muse. "I think that this music will really reflect Sinead
and John's individuality," said coach Evgeny Platov. "While
this program is entertaining like their past dances, this will be entertaining
from a different angle."
Kerrs aim for deeper edge. Team excited to perform lindy hop this season. By Lois Elfman, special to cenetwork.com (07/15/2008)
Sinead, 29, and John, 28, appeared on the international scene
during the 2003-04 season and immediately received recognition for their
innovative approach. After the 2006 Winter Olympics, they decided they needed to
make a change in their training in order to make further progress. They moved to
the U.S. to train with two-time Olympic gold medalist Evgeny Platov. Currently
based at the Princeton Sports Center in Monmouth Junction, N.J., the Kerrs are
happy to be Platov's only team.
Evgeny Platov aims for quality work. 29/05/2008 By Lois Elfman, special to icenetwork.com
He settled in New Jersey in 1998 and coaches at the Princeton
Sports Center in Monmouth Junction, where he works with local skaters as well as
British ice dance champions Sinead Kerr and John Kerr. He also takes on
occasional choreography assignments, and as previously reported on
Icenetwork.com, Brian Joubert will skate Platov's creations in the coming
Joubert training in Princeton whis Platov 22/05/2008 Skater getting assistance with 2008-09 programs.
Reigning world silver medalist and 2007 world champion Brian
Joubert, from France, is currently in New Jersey having his programs for the
2008-09 season choreographed by two-time Olympic ice dance gold medalist Evgeny
Can GB dance duo deliver? Robin Cousins was talking to Paul Birch 19 March 2008. BBC SPORT
The Scottish siblings have potential and are under the tutelage
of Russian coach and former Olympic champion Evgeny Platov, whose expertise you
cannot fault. "Now it's a question of whether John and Sinead plateau with
Platov or use this season to maximum effect.
Ice skating: Kerrs will get even better, says Platov NEIL DRYSDALE March 18 2008 The Herald
Comment: Evgeny Platov, the former world and Olympic figure
skating champion, is convinced that his charges, Sinead and John Kerr, have the
quality necessary to achieve medal success at the 2010 Winter Olympics. Platov,
who was in Edinburgh for a whistle-stop visit prior to flying over to Gothenburg
with the Kerrs for this week's World Championships, has been working with the
Scots for the last 18 months and says he has witnessed great improvements in
World Figure Skating No.33 Interview with Oksana Grishuk & Evgeny Platov by Akiko Tamura (At Memorial on Ice, Nagano 2008)
Evgeny Platov: 4 minutes for a surge of creativity, An 11- month stretch to make it happen
no deductions for the two-time Olympic and
4-time World Champion who works 11 months a year on the ice and off the ice to
bring his trainees to the podium
I spoke with Evgeny on the phone and was
hardly able to remember my task of writing down the answers behind the sparkling
flow of the conversation. Champions have this special energy that makes
everything and everyone come alive.
Kerrs and Platov a perfect combination for success. Тhe Herald (January 15 2007) NEIL DRYSDALE
Now coached by the frost-and-fire amalgam of complexities,
otherwise known as Evgeny Platov, a former maestro of his pursuit, John and
Sinead's demeanour and body language has been significantly transformed under
their mentor's direction. They no longer resemble kiddies in a candy
store, but have developed a hauteur and maturity, which doesn't scream "Look at
me", yet indicates that they appreciate they have paid their dues in the art of
rinkmanship and have progressed to the stage where it is by no means fanciful to
predict they will be on the medal podium by the 2009 World Championships and
2010 Olympics. Indeed, one suspects that if Platov continues to preach his
mixture of stakhanovite values and sophisticated repertoires, they will be
fighting for gongs even sooner than that.
Russian master at helm of Kerrs’ Olympic skating dream 20.10.06 Тhe Herald
He is a busy man, is Evgeny Platov. Last Wednesday, he was in
Moscow, contesting the finals of Dancing on Ice on Russian television. "I didn't
win, but I got to rub shoulders with a beautiful model," he reflects.
Barely had he finished his sessions with the paparazzi and signed autographs for
numerous children, than he flew off to New Jersey the next morning to pursue his
burgeoning career as a skating coach. By Friday, safely ensconced in his
American penthouse, Platov was turning his attention to his latest work in
progress - steering Scotland's Sinead and John Kerr to an Olympic medal in 2010
- and you suspect he will not be found wanting if it boils down to commitment,
chutzpah and sheer charisma.
WHAT'S RUSSIAN FOR "SOAP OPERA"? By BELINDA LUSCOMBE. Monday, Aug. 03, 1998
It's so comforting to know that American sports stars aren't
the only ones who go wiggy with fame. Russians PASHA GRISHUK and EVGENY PLATOV,
right, the only ice dancers ever to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals, have
always been as odd a match off the ice as they were perfect on it.
Grishuk, Platov Repeat as Olympic Champions. By Amy Shipley. Washington Post Staff Writer. Tuesday, February 17, 1998
NAGANO, Feb. 16 — Russians Pasha Grishuk and Evgeny Platov
tacked a second straight Olympic gold ice dancing medal onto a string of four
world championship victories at White Ring ice rink tonight. They have not lost
a competition since before the 1994 Olympics, but they endured a season marred
by three falls by Platov in three separate competitions — all of which they won,
Grishuk, Platov claim 2nd Olympic gold in ice dancing. (White-Ring, Nagano City)
Pasha Grishuk and Evgeny Platov of Russia claimed their second straight
Olympic ice dancing gold medal Monday as they skated to a dramatic requiem at
the Nagano Winter Games in central Japan.
RUSSIANS LORDS OF THE DANCE. By FILIP BONDY. Tuesday, February 17th 1998
NAGANO Russia won another gold medal in figure skating Monday, which was about as astounding as the Zenkoji monks showing up at 7 o'clock sharp for their daily morning service.
Pasha Grishuk and Evgeny Platov successfully defended their Olympic ice dancing title, soundly beating their Russian rivals, Anjelika Krylova and Oleg Ovsyannikov, who took silver. Marina Anissina, a transplanted Russian, won bronze for France with her partner, Gwendal Peizerat.
Olympic Insider. ICE DANCING SKATING TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT? Monday, Feb. 16, 1998
Pasha Grishuk, 25, and Evgeny Platov, 30, have won all the
competitions they have entered--21 in all--since capturing the Olympic gold
medal in ice dancing at Lillehammer in 1994.
Grishuk and Platov win despite blade clash. 15.01.98
The Russian Olympic ice dancing champions overcome a warmup mishap with a countrywoman and glide into the lead after the compulsories.