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Karen Chen wants to make the most of her ‘comeback year’
Returning to competition “was a little scary, not going to lie,” Karen Chen told reporters after her short program. “It was definitely something new to me."
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Anna Shcherbakova lands two quad Lutzes to win Skate America in Grand Prix debut
Anna Shcherbakova of Russia became the first senior lady to complete two quadruple Lutz jumps in international competition en route to winning her first ever senior Grand Prix title.
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Hubbell, Donohue defend Skate America title to extend U.S. dance legacy
U.S. ice dance teams have now won 15 of the last 17 Skate America titles, going back to 2003. 
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Nathan Chen wins third Skate America title, Jason Brown joins podium with silver
Nathan Chen and Jason Brown went 1-2 at Skate America, where Chen earned his third consecutive title.
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Jason Brown makes special season debut at Skate America after concussion setback
A concussion kept Jason Brown out of his planned season debut in Germany, where he wanted to debut his "Schindler's List" free skate, but instead, he's healthy and unveiling the program at Skate America.
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Bradie Tennell’s personality shines through at Skate America
The 21-year-old Tennell hasn’t always revealed as much of herself in interviews as some of her peers.
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Bradie Tennell leads Skate America field after Russians falter
The standings are a surprising twist, as many pinned Russian skaters Anna Shcherbakova and Yelizaveta Tuktamysheva to be inside the top three after the short program.
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Nathan Chen hopes to hip hop his way to Skate America crown
“It’s a judged sport and the way the audience reacts to the program has some influence on how the judges interpret your performance,” says Nathan Chen.
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Nathan Chen holds commanding lead over Skate America men’s field
Nathan Chen could win his third consecutive Skate America title on Saturday.
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Cain and LeDuc target world top 5, starting at Skate America
Cain-Gribble and LeDuc have set an ambitious goal: Finish in the world’s top five.
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Figure skating Grand Prix: Five things to watch
Vincent Zhou hopes to continue his upward momentum and the U.S. women hope to reclaim their past perch in the figure skating world.
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How to watch 2019 Skate America
Figure skating's Grand Prix Series kicks off at Skate America in Las Vegas.
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Nathan Chen calls 3 quads at Skate America ‘a given’
"As of now, I think three is a given. But beyond that, we'll see," two-time world champion Nathan Chen said.
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Alexandra Trusova lands 4 quadruple jumps in free skate at age 15
Alexandra Trusova caused Nathan Chen to caption, "mind BLOWN."
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Figure skating season broadcast schedule
How to watch the Grand Prix series and U.S. Championships during the 2019-20 figure skating season.
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Daisuke Takahashi, world champion figure skater, switching to ice dance
Daisuke Takahashi could pull off an Olympic first in figure skating.
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Nebelhorn marks fresh start for Mariah Bell
With none of the top Russian or Japanese skaters competing, Mariah Bell has good chance to make the Nebelhorn podium.
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Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir pushed ice dance boundaries throughout exemplary career
A look back at the careers of Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, now that they've announced their retirement.
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Alexandra Trusova, 15, becomes first woman to land three quadruple jumps
Alexandra Trusova won her senior international debut with the world's top score.
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Alysa Liu rallies to win Junior Grand Prix with another quadruple jump
Alysa Liu became the first U.S. woman to qualify for the Junior Grand Prix Final in six years.
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Quad revolution comes in force to women’s figure skating
The quad revolution “is reshaping the sport, to be sure,” four-time world champion Kurt Browning said.
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How to watch, stream U.S. International Classic on NBC Sports Gold
NBC Sports Gold's "Figure Skating Pass" will be live streaming all of the action from the U.S. International Classic.
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Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir retire from ice dance competition
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir retired with a first-of-their-kind experience.
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Keegan Messing ‘glad’ to have held Japanese flag for Yuzuru Hanyu
The next time Hanyu’s and Messing’s paths could cross is at December’s Grand Prix Final, should they both qualify.  
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Yuzuru Hanyu opens season with win; Nathan Chen challenge coming
Yuzuru Hanyu won the Autumn Classic against a field lacking the world's best.
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Rika Kihira denies Yevgenia Medvedeva first win in two years
Rika Kihira landed triple Axels in both programs to win the Autumn Classic.
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No burnout for ‘Rocket Man’ Nathan Chen
Nathan Chen, a Yale sophomore, manages his figure skating career at the same elite level he always has.
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Alysa Liu is first U.S. woman to land quad, wins Junior Grand Prix debut
Alysa Liu, 14, is not old enough to compete on the senior Grand Prix despite being U.S. champion.
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Adam Rippon stays tied to figure skating in retirement
Adam Rippon remains close to figure skating in retirement.
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Alysa Liu lands quad Lutz
Alysa Liu joined a small group of women to land a quadruple jump.
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Richard Callaghan, figure skating coach, banned for life
Richard Callaghan, who coached Tara Lipinski to Olympic gold, is banned for life for sexual misconduct involving a minor.
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Ashley Wagner says she was sexually assaulted by John Coughlin
Ashley Wagner said John Coughlin, who killed himself in January, sexually assaulted her when she was 17.
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Alysa Liu sets junior international debut
Alysa Liu, the youngest U.S. figure skating champion, opens her junior international slate next month.
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Adam Rippon takes a lap in Indy car
Adam Rippon joined a fellow "Dancing with the Stars" winner for a ride.
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Vincent Zhou to attend Brown University, details new skating situation
Zhou, the world bronze medalist, also added a world-renowned coach.
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Figure skating Grand Prix series: Eight matchups to watch
Highlighting the exciting matchups for Nathan Chen, Vincent Zhou and the U.S. ice dancers for the 2019 Grand Prix Series.
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Nathan Chen headlines Skate America; Grand Prix assignments announced
Skate America features U.S. champions in every discipline.
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Kaitlyn Weaver, Andrew Poje, world ice dance medalists, step away from competition
Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje placed seventh at the 2014 and 2018 Olympics.
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Adam Rippon appears in Taylor Swift music video
Taylor Swift continues her association with Olympic figure skaters.
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Maia, Alex Shibutani extend break from ice dance competition
The Shibutani siblings last competed at the PyeongChang Olympics, earning a pair of bronze medals.
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Ex-partner of deceased figure skater John Coughlin says she was abused
John Coughlin was found dead Jan. 18 at his father’s home in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Bradie Tennell on self-doubt, lessons learned this season
What the U.S. champion learned from the post-Olympic year and what direction she wants to go next season.
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How Gracie Gold landed in Philadelphia, thoughts competitive return
Gracie Gold now lives and trains in Philadelphia, where she hopes to relaunch her career.
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Madison Hubbell, Zach Donohue already thinking about worlds in Montreal
The two-time U.S. champions took third at worlds this year.
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The story behind Yevgenia Medvedeva’s divisive ‘7 Rings’ exhibition program
Choreographer Misha Ge explains what works and what doesn’t work about the two-time world champions’ new exhibition program.
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Ashley Wagner, Mirai Nagasu will skip fall Grand Prix
Neither of their names appear in U.S. Figure Skating's International Selection Pool for the 2019-20 season, though the list is subject to change.
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Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir extend break from ice dance competition
Another singles skater on a competition break will join them in autumn shows.
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World champion skater Kaetlyn Osmond retires
Kaetlyn Osmond is Canada's most decorated female singles skater with three Olympic medals, two worlds medals and three national titles.  
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Karen Chen on her break from skating, challenges of balancing classes at Cornell and elite skating
The 2018 Olympian was off competitive ice for nearly a year, but plans to return during this fall’s Grand Prix series.
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Nathan Chen learning from the ‘chaos’ of his first year balancing Yale University and elite skating
Nathan Chen has more to learn about scheduling and balancing school and skating, but couldn’t have asked for better this season, he said.
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