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Jason Brown remains optimistic facing uncertain skating season
Whether there is competition next figure skating season or not, Jason Brown remains optimistic and focused on the 2022 Winter Olympics.
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Figure skating Grand Prix decisions due before potential fields named
Figure skating Grand Prix fields are usually published in June. The timeline changes this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Alysa Liu, U.S. figure skating champion, changes coaches
Alysa Liu, who became the youngest U.S. figure skating champion ever at age 13, is changing coaches less than two years before the Beijing Olympics.
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Nathan Chen weighs unknown variables of next figure skating season
With so many unknown variables surrounding the upcoming figure skating season, will Nathan Chen stay in California or return to Yale?
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New math: Figure skating’s latest recalculations change skaters’ formula for success
The changes coming to figure skating scoring next season may cause skaters to tweak their planned program content to maximize jump values.
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Shoma Uno, in a trying figure skating season, considered leaving the ice
There are two lasting images of Olympic silver medalist Shoma Uno from the abbreviated figure skating season. Both brought tears.
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Who is Canada’s greatest Olympian?
Canada is one of few nations with more gold medals in the Winter Olympics than the Summer Olympics. One of its legends is a dual Summer/Winter Olympian.
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Tatyana Navka, Olympic ice dancing champion, recovering from coronavirus
Tatyana Navka, a 2006 Olympic ice dancing champion, reportedly said she is in the hospital with a mild case of the coronavirus.
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Yuzuru Hanyu performing without skates attracts 1 million views
Videos of Yuzuru Hanyu performing highlights of his figure skating programs generated more than one million views on Twitter last week.
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Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir to host NBC figure skating special on Sunday
Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir will host "A Season's Best," a look back at the brightest performances of the abbreviated figure skating season, on NBC.
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Carolina Kostner, working her way back to skating, to share life in Italy in COVID benefit
Carolina Kostner, deciding whether to return to competition, is sharing what life is like in Italy for a COVID benefit.
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Chock and Bates together on the ice, at home together during pandemic
Ice dance partners Madison Chock and Evan Bates may have an unusual advantage when figure skating returns.
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World championships for figure skating, short track canceled
World championships for figure skating and short track speed skating, originally postponed from March due to the coronavirus, have now been canceled.
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Mariah Bell is sheltering in place in the family RV
Mariah Bell is coming off her best figure skating season but now gets to spend time in her family’s 45-foot RV while waiting out the coronavirus pandemic.
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Takeaways from the abbreviated 2019-20 figure skating season
With or without the world championships, the 2019-20 season has come to a close, which means it's time to reflect on the standout moments.
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Figure skaters set Blades for the Brave benefit for health-care workers
Olympic champion figure skaters will gather virtually for "Blades for the Brave," a streaming event to benefit health-care workers fighting the coronavirus.
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Alexa Knierim, Brandon Frazier form new figure skating pair
A few weeks after her husband, Chris Knierim, stepped away from competitive skating, Alexa Scimeca Knierim has formed a partnership with Brandon Frazier.
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Haven Denney, Brandon Frazier mark another U.S. pair split
Denney and Frazier were the 2017 U.S. gold medalists and grew up skating together: first on roller skates before making the transition to ice. 
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Chris Reed, three-time Olympic ice dancer for Japan, dies at 30
Chris Reed, a three-time Olympic ice dancer for Japan, has died at age 30.
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Nathan Chen, skating coaches react to cancellation of world figure skating championships
“As an athlete, we put a lot of time and effort into this, so it’s a little disappointing,” Nathan Chen said, "but there’s always next year."
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World figure skating championships canceled due to coronavirus, at least for now
The world figure skating championships, scheduled for next week in Montreal, have been canceled due to the coronavirus.
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Q&A with defending Worlds bronze medalist Vincent Zhou
Vincent Zhou’s plans for this season went completely out the window. After leaving his previous training base in Colorado Springs last August to begin studies at Brown University in Providence, R.I., where...
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Q&A with Nathan Chen before he attempts to win his third world championship title
Nathan Chen, a Yale sophomore, will face off against Yuzuru Hanyu to attempt to claim his third consecutive world championship title.
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Alysa Liu rallies at world junior figure skating championships, earns medal
U.S. figure skating champion Alysa Liu earned a medal in her junior world championships debut.
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Alysa Liu near medal position after junior figure skating worlds short program
Alysa Liu, the U.S. figure skating champion, is in medal position in her world junior championships debut.
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Alysa Liu, after pulling an all-nighter at nationals, readies for world junior figure skating championships
While in Greensboro, the Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalist spoke with members of the media about looking ahead to the junior world championships.
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In 30th season as a coach, Hall of Famer Rudy Galindo has settled into a life far from the fast lane
“I’m happy with steady work and a job I love so much," said skater-turned-coach Rudy Galindo. "I just want to help take these kids to the next level.”
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Adelina Sotnikova retires from figure skating competition
Adelina Sotnikova, Russia's first Olympic women's singles champion, reportedly said she will not return to competition.
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Knierims call time on on-ice partnership, withdraw from world figure skating championship
Chris Knierim is stepping away from pairs figure skating after he and his wife, Alexa Scimeca Knierim, overcame injury and illness to win three national titles. Training partners Jessica Calalang and Brian...
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Ten years later, Queen Yuna’s iconic crown glitters with transcendent brilliance
Burdened with her entire country’s hopes, Yuna Kim released that pressure in tears after bringing home gold and becoming a sports immortal in South Korea.
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Shoma Uno’s new coach Stephane Lambiel gives insight into skater’s renewed focus
Shoma Uno announced in December that he would be coached by Stephane Lambiel, the 2006 Olympic silver medalist and two-time world champion, in Switzerland.
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Evan Lysacek, 10 years removed from Olympic victory in Vancouver, reflects on his changed life
“It’s surreal to watch,” Lysacek said of his 2010 Olympic performances. “When I think of what it took to get there, I think, ‘How did I ever do that?’”
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In figure skating, a radical proposal to reshape the sport
Seeking to rebalance athletic and artistic elements of figure skating, an ISU committee seeks sweeping format changes in singles and pairs scoring.
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Olympic figure skaters from 1980 plan reunion in Lake Placid
Members of figure skating’s “Dream Team” plan to return to the site of the 1980 Olympics for a reunion and celebration in Lake Placid, New York next Tuesday. Scott Hamilton, the flag bearer at the 1980...
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Yuzuru Hanyu wins Four Continents; next: world championships and Nathan Chen
Yuzuru Hanyu completed his set of major figure skating championships medals with a Four Continents title.
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French skating chief resigns amid sexual abuse scandal
France’s skating federation chief resigned amid suspicions that he covered up for a coach accused of rape and sexual abuse by former figure skaters.
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Yuzuru Hanyu breaks world record at Four Continents; Chock, Bates win ice dance
Yuzuru Hanyu is skating at what is expected to be his last competition before facing Nathan Chen at the world championships.
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Can U.S. pair Calalang and Johnson repeat their shining moment?
The challenge at the Four Continents Championships this week in Seoul, South Korea, is to prove that Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson's free skate wasn’t a one-off.
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Yuzuru Hanyu plans quadruple Axel for world championships, coach says
Yuzuru Hanyu may need a quadruple Axel to beat Nathan Chen at the world championships. He wants to become the first skater to land it.
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2020 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships TV, stream schedule
Yuzuru Hanyu headlines the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, live on NBC Sports Gold.
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Gracie Gold overcomes literally and figuratively running out of gas
The way Gracie Gold described the situation when her car broke down would sound familiar to those who have heard her talk about her mental health crisis.
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10 takeaways from the U.S. Figure Skating Championships
Philip Hersh, Lynn Rutherford and Rachel Lutz dissect the action from Greensboro at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships
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Nathan Chen, from flu-ridden on the floor, fights for 4th U.S. title
Nathan Chen's coach provided visual evidence of just how sick the figure skater was before the national championships.
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Nathan Chen wins fourth straight U.S. figure skating title in dominant fashion
Nathan Chen became the first man to win four straight U.S. figure skating championships since 1988.
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U.S. figure skating roster for world championships
Nathan Chen will go for his third straight world championship title.
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WATCH LIVE: Nathan Chen in U.S. Figure Skating Championships free skate
Nathan Chen tries to become the first man to win four straight U.S. figure skating titles since 1988, live on NBC Sports.
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Chock, Bates charge to second U.S. title; Hubbell, Donohue charge the wrong way
"Four elements, which are pretty valuable elements, all were facing the wrong direction,” Hubbell said.
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Jessica Calalang, Brian Johnson produce the pairs’ moment of figure skating nationals
Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson wanted to make their first podium at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. They did much more than that.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates snake to first U.S. ice dance title in 5 years
Madison Chock and Evan Bates pulled off a rare feat in ice dance -- reclaiming a national title.
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Vincent Zhou’s new coaches impressed with renewed dedication
Ever the student in the classroom and on the ice, Vincent Zhou was splitting dedication and focus between school and skating.
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