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Figure skating TV, live stream schedule for 2022-23 season
NBC Sports, USA Network, E! and Peacock combine to air live coverage throughout the figure skating season, starting with Skate America.
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Anna Shcherbakova, Olympic figure skating champion, extends competition absence
Olympic figure skating champion Anna Shcherbakova will miss the Russian Championships because she has not fully recovered from August knee surgery.
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Injured Ilia Malinin wins Grand Prix Finland, qualifies for Grand Prix Final
Ilia Malinin still won Grand Prix Finland and goes into the Grand Prix Final in two weeks as the world's top-ranked male singles skater.
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Ilia Malinin in familiar position after Grand Prix Finland short program
Ilia Malinin trails after the short program at Grand Prix Finland, looking to qualify for the Grand Prix Final figure skating event.
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Ilia Malinin can complete the U.S. puzzle at Grand Prix Finland; TV, live stream schedule
Ilia Malinin headlines the Grand Prix Finland figure skating competition, live on Peacock.
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‘I just lay there in the darkness’: Nathan Chen details 2018 Olympic experience in new book
Nathan Chen discusses the 2018 Olympics in an excerpt from the gold medalist figure skater's book, "One Jump at a Time."
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates lead group of U.S. figure skaters to qualify for Grand Prix Final
Shoma Uno won NHK Trophy, while Madison Chock and Evan Bates led a group of U.S. figure skaters to qualify for the Grand Prix Final.
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Nathan Chen featured in new Elton John, Britney Spears song music video
Nathan Chen performs throughout the new music video for the acoustic version of "Hold Me Closer" by Elton John and Britney Spears.
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NHK Trophy favorites upstaged in short programs
Kaori Sakamoto, Shoma Uno and Madison Chock and Evan Bates all trail after the first day of figure skating's NHK Trophy.
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Jason Brown returns to figure skating, and a Toronto basement, with an ‘Impossible Dream’
Two-time Olympic figure skater Jason Brown discusses his decision to return to competition in 2023 after a decorated career in the sport.
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Alexander Gorshkov, first Olympic ice dance champion, dies at 76
Alexander Gorshkov, who won the first ice dance gold medal at the 1976 Olympics and later became a leading official in Russian figure skating, has died.
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NHK Trophy: U.S. figure skaters eye Grand Prix Final berths; TV, live stream schedule
This week's NHK Trophy will be decisive for several U.S. figure skaters eyeing spots in December's Grand Prix Final.
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Kamila Valiyeva could be banned through 2026 Winter Olympics
Russian figure skater Kamila Valiyeva could be banned through the 2026 Winter Olympics in her doping court case.
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Isabeau Levito likely to become youngest American to make Grand Prix Final in 15 years
Isabeau Levito, 15, finished runner-up at Grand Prix England to likely be the youngest American to qualify for figure skating's Grand Prix Final since 2007.
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Alexa Knierim, Brandon Frazier win Grand Prix England, extend historic 2022
World champions Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier won Grand Prix England, becoming the first U.S. pair to win two Grand Prix events in one season.
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Alexa Knierim, Brandon Frazier on brink of a first for U.S. pairs’ figure skating
Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier lead after the short program at Grand Prix England, moving one step closer to U.S. figure skating history.
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American Jordan Stolz becomes youngest man to win World Cup speed skating race
American Jordan Stolz became the youngest man to win a World Cup speed skating race in history, according to Speedskatingstats.com.
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American Jordan Stolz becomes youngest man to win World Cup speed skating race
American Jordan Stolz became the youngest man to win a World Cup speed skating race in history, according to Speedskatingstats.com.
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Nathan Chen talks Ilia Malinin, new book, figure skating future on ‘Chasing Gold’
Nathan Chen discussed Ilia Malinin's quadruple Axel, his figure skating future and his new book on "Chasing Gold."
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Bradie Tennell returns at Grand Prix England; TV, live stream schedule
Two-time U.S. figure skating champion Bradie Tennell competes for the first time in 18 months at Grand Prix England, live on Peacock this weekend.
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Kamila Valiyeva doping case goes to Court of Arbitration for Sport
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) sent the Beijing Olympics case of teenage figure skater Kamila Valiyeva to sport’s highest court, CAS.
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Deanna Stellato-Dudek, retired for 15 years, is oldest Grand Prix figure skating champ
Deanna Stellato-Dudek, who retired from figure skating in 2001, then came back in 2016, became the oldest skater to win a Grand Prix event at age 39.
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Kristen Santos-Griswold resets short track priorities, aims to handle ‘unfinished business’
Kristen Santos-Griswold has a new persepctive and renewed competitive spirit thanks to a very public disappointment in short track at the Beijing Games.
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At Grand Prix France, a figure skating story for the ages
Deanna Stellato-Dudek, who retired from figure skating for 16 years, leads Grand Prix France and can make age history.
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Erin Jackson, Olympic speed skating champion, wins world title on road
Erin Jackson, the world's fastest female speed skater, showed she can still move pretty swiftly on the roads, too.
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Erin Jackson, Olympic speed skating champion, wins world title on road
Erin Jackson, the world's fastest female speed skater, showed she can still move pretty swiftly on the roads, too.
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Jason Brown to return for U.S. Figure Skating Championships
Two-time Olympic figure skater Jason Brown will end his break from competition at January's U.S. Championships.
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Grand Prix France the land of figure skating opportunity; TV, live stream schedule
Grand Prix de France, the third stop on figure skating's Grand Prix Series, airs live on Peacock.
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Starr Andrews rallies for Skate Canada runner-up with career-best performance
Starr Andrews put up the free skate of her career, moving from fifth place to take runner-up at Skate Canada on figure skating's Grand Prix Series.
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At Skate Canada, surprise men’s and women’s leaders after short programs
Japan's Kao Miura topped countryman and world champion Shoma Uno in short program at Skate Canada.
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Shoma Uno headlines Skate Canada; TV, live stream schedule
Skate Canada on figure skating's Grand Prix Series streams live on Peacock, featuring Shoma Uno and Lindsay Thorngren.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates extend U.S. ice dance streak at Skate America in close win
Madison Chock and Evan Bates earned the U.S.' 14th consecutive ice dance title at Skate America. Isabeau Levito made the podium in the women's event.
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Evan Bates calls Kamila Valiyeva doping case secrecy ‘an injustice’
U.S. ice dancer Evan Bates blasted a decision by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency to treat the Kamila Valiyeva doping case from the Olympics as confidential.
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Ilia Malinin lands quadruple Axel at Skate America, youngest men’s champion ever
Ilia Malinin landed a quadruple Axel at Skate America. Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier ended a 16-year drought for U.S. pairs figure skaters.
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Malinin trails Japan’s Miura after short program at Skate America
Kao Miura took advantage of the withdrawal of Japanese countryman Yuma Kagiyama, along with an uncharacteristic fall by American rival Ilia Malinin, to take the lead after the short program at Skate America...
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U.S. figure skating may rule at Skate America; TV, live stream schedule
U.S. figure skaters could win three of the four events at Skate America for the first time in 19 years, live on NBC Sports and Peacock.
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Will Ilia Malinin bring his quadruple Axel to Skate America?
Ilia Malinin headlines Skate America, one month after landing the first quadruple Axel. He is looking for more incentive to keep trying it.
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For Alexa Knierim, Brandon Frazier, a historic world pairs’ title is reason to continue skating
Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier, who became the first U.S. figure skaters to win a world pairs' title since 1979, are back and headline Skate America.
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Yuma Kagiyama, Olympic figure skating silver medalist, out of Grand Prix Series
Olympic silver medalist Yuma Kagiyama of Japan will miss figure skating's Grand Prix Series, including a Skate America showdown with American Ilia Malinin.
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Mariah Bell moves on from competitive figure skating
Mariah Bell, the oldest U.S. women’s figure skating champion in 95 years who made her first Olympics at age 25, is ending her competitive career.
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World figure skating championships to return to Boston
Boston will host the 2025 World Figure Skating Championships, the biggest international competition in the year preceding the 2026 Winter Olympics.
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Ilia Malinin’s quadruple Axel sheds light on first figure skater to land triple Axel
Ilia Malinin landed the first quadruple Axel in figure skating, 43 years after Canadian Vern Taylor landed the first triple Axel.
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Aleksandra Trusova splits from coach Eteri Tutberidze, months after Olympic tears
Aleksandra Trusova reportedly split from coach Eteri Tutberidze's group, eight months after a tearful scene after the Olympic free skate.
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Kamila Valiyeva investigation complete, next step in coming weeks, RUSADA says
The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) completed its investigation into figure skater Kamila Valiyeva's doping case and mapped out the next step.
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Ilia Malinin lands first quadruple Axel in figure skating history
Ilia Malinin landed the first quadruple Axel in figure skating competition history to win the U.S. International Classic.
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Figure skating champion Bradie Tennell, a competitive ‘shark,’ making her comeback in new waters
A year after losing her chance to skate in another Olympics, Bradie Tennell speaks for the first time about her “honestly traumatic experience.”
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Anna Shcherbakova, Olympic figure skating champion, to have knee surgery
Anna Shcherbakova, the Olympic figure skating champion from Russia, will undergo knee surgery to alleviate an old injury.
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Ireen Wust, Olympic speed skating medals record holder, starts new career
Ireen Wust, the Olympic speed skating record holder with 13 medals including six golds, joined a Dutch youth sports development company as a mentor.
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Ireen Wust, Olympic speed skating medals record holder, starts new career
Ireen Wust, the Olympic speed skating record holder with 13 medals including six golds, joined a Dutch youth sports development company as a mentor.
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Viktor Petrenko, Olympic figure skating champ from Ukraine, rebuked for Russia performance
Viktor Petrenko, an Olympic figure skating champion from Ukraine, had a monthly stipend revoked by Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
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