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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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Nathan Chen, Vincent Zhou not entered in figure skating Grand Prix Series
Nathan Chen and Vincent Zhou are not entered in the autumn Grand Prix figure skating series after both said they will return to university studies.
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Yuzuru Hanyu retires from figure skating: ‘I stopped wanting to be evaluated’
Yuzuru Hanyu, a two-time Olympic champion and arguably the greatest male singles figure skater in history, announced his retirement on Tuesday at age 27. 
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Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron to sit out figure skating season, future unclear
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, Olympic ice dance champions, will sit out the next figure skating season. Their competitive future is unclear.
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Ashley Cain, Timothy LeDuc leave competitive figure skating
U.S. Olympic pairs' figure skaters Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc are moving on from competitive skating.
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Nathan Chen to publish memoir
Olympic figure skating champion Nathan Chen will publish a memoir in November titled "One Jump at a Time: My Story."
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Figure skating age minimum raised ahead of next Olympics
The International Skating Union approved raising the age minimum from 15 years to 17 years for Olympic-level figure skating before the next Winter Games.
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Time 100 includes most Olympians in annual list’s history
The Time 100 Most Influential list includes eight Olympians, the most ever included in the annual list's 19-year history.
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In return to Yale, Nathan Chen goes back to his future
In the aftermath of his impressive Olympic performance, figure skating gold medalist Nathan Chen contemplates his future in the sport and return to school.
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Ilia Malinin lands quadruple Axel at jump camp
Ilia Malinin, the 17-year-old world junior champion from Virginia, landed a quadruple Axel, a jump that no skater has hit clean in competition, in practice.
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Figure skating Grand Prix will not visit China next season, report says
Figure skating's Grand Prix Series will reportedly replace its usual stop in China for a second consecutive year.
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Olympic speed skating gold medalist switches sports
Carlijn Achtereekte, the 2018 Olympic 3000m speed skating champion for the Netherlands, has switched sports to road cycling.
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Olympic speed skating gold medalist switches sports
Carlijn Achtereekte, the 2018 Olympic 3000m speed skating champion for the Netherlands, has switched sports to road cycling.
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Figure skating proposal to raise age minimum detailed
The International Skating Union Council is proposing raising the minimum age for senior figure skating competitions from 15 to 17.
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Russia stripped of Grand Prix figure skating series event
Russia will not hold its most prestigious annual international figure skating competition next season, November's Rostelecom Cup.
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Elton John shouts out Nathan Chen at concert
Elton John shouted out Nathan Chen at a concert after Chen won an Olympic figure skating gold medal with a "Rocketman" free skate.
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Isabeau Levito digs out final piece of U.S. gold rush at World Junior skating
Joined by brother-sister ice dance team Oona and Gage Brown and Ilia Malinin, Levito's performance gave Team USA three titles for the first time since 2008.
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Isabeau Levito wins world junior figure skating title, ends U.S. women’s drought
Isabeau Levito became the first American woman to win a senior or junior world figure skating championships title in 14 years.
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Commanding the ice again after recent downfall, Ilia Malinin wins world junior gold in runaway
In the women’s short, fellow American Isabeau Levito leads with a career best score at the junior world championships in Estonia.
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American Ilia Malinin wins world junior figure skating title in record rout
Ilia Malinin became the third American man to win a world junior figure skating title in the last six years, routing the field in Tallinn, Estonia.
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Nao Kodaira, Japan’s first Olympic women’s speed skating champion, sets retirement
Nao Kodaira, the first Japanese woman to win an Olympic speed skating title, said she will race for the last time at her national championships.
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Nao Kodaira, Japan’s first Olympic women’s speed skating champion, sets retirement
Nao Kodaira, the first Japanese woman to win an Olympic speed skating title, said she will race for the last time at her national championships.
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Alysa Liu retires from figure skating competition at 16
Olympian Alysa Liu retired from figure skating at 16, three years after becoming the youngest U.S. champion in history and weeks after a world bronze.
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Jessica Calalang, Brian Johnson end skating partnership as he retires
Pairs' figure skaters Jessica Calalang and Brian Johnson earned silver at three consecutive U.S. Championships, though never competed at worlds.
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Under the circumstances, figure skating worlds – and future – hard to assess
Even in normal times, it always has been hard to draw a lot of conclusions from the World Figure Skating Championships that immediately follow the Olympics.
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Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron win figure skating worlds ice dance, break record
French Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron broke their own record ice dance score to win their fifth gold at the world figure skating championships.
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With a surprising medal at worlds, Vincent Zhou starts to step out of his Olympic pit
After a positive COVID-19 test in Beijing forced Vincent Zhou to miss the Olympic singles competition, he rallied back to medal at worlds.
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2022 World Figure Skating Championships results
2022 World Figure Skating Championships in Montpellier, France, top 10 and notable results in women's, men's, pairs' and ice dance.
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Uno wins world title; Zhou returns to podium
Japan's Shoma Uno finally claimed a long-awaited world title at the 2022 World Figure Skating Championships and American Vincent Zhou took bronze.
Shoma Uno wins first skating world title as Vincent Zhou returns to podium
After earning two world silvers and two Olympic medals, Shoma Uno claimed his first major gold, while Vincent Zhou made a massive comeback of his own.
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Still just 16, Alysa Liu has met the challenges of going from insouciant prodigy to world medalist
Relive the highs and lows of U.S. figure skater Alysa Liu's journey from a 13-year-old prodigy to a 16-year-old Olympian and world medalist.
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Kaori Sakamoto is latest Japanese skating world champ; Alysa Liu puts U.S. back on podium
Sakamoto became the sixth Japanese woman to win worlds, while Loena Hendrickx was the first Belgian to medal and Liu the first U.S. woman in six years.
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Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron top figure skating worlds rhythm dance, hit record
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France topped the world figure skating championships rhythm dance ahead of Americans.
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2022 World Figure Skating Championships TV, live stream schedule
How to watch the 2022 World Figure Skating Championships on TV and live streaming on Peacock.
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French, Americans, Ukrainians: Ice dance storylines to watch at figure skating worlds
Papadakis and Cizeron go for a fifth world title, Hubbell and Donohue end their careers, while Chock and Bates look for a podium return.
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U.S. wins first figure skating worlds pairs’ title since 1979; Ashley Cain-Gribble hurt in fall
Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier became the first U.S. pair to win a world figure skating championships gold medal since 1979.
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At worlds, a men’s short program filled with powerful emotion and exceptional skating
Olympic columnist Philip Hersh opines about the historic and memorable men's short program that took place in Montpellier, France.
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Japan men’s figure skaters in line for historic world championships medals sweep
Japanese men are in first, second and third after the world figure skating championships short program, looking for the first men's medals sweep since 1956.
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Knierim and Frazier first U.S. pairs’ team to lead at worlds in 43 years
Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier won the short program in France, while U.S. teammates Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc are in second.
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Kaori Sakamoto leads, Mariah Bell in medal position at figure skating worlds (video)
Mariah Bell is in contention to become the first American woman to win a figure skating world championships medal in six years.
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With personal best in worlds short, Mariah Bell aging like a fine wine
At 25, Mariah Bell is in third place at figure skating worlds after the short program and the first U.S. woman to win a small medal in six years.
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At figure skating worlds, U.S. women in medal contention after short program
Americans Mariah Bell and Alysa Liu are third and fifth after the world figure skating championships short program.
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Believe it or not, all eyes on U.S. teams for pairs’ podium at figure skating worlds
Alexa Knierim/Brandon Frazier and Ashley Cain-Gribble/Timothy LeDuc are favored to win the first U.S. worlds medal in 20 years.
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Ilia Malinin, the 'quadg0d,' seems heaven-sent for U.S. figure skating
At 17 years old, Ilia Malinin - coached by his Olympian parents - will be the youngest to represent the U.S. in men’s singles at worlds in 56 years.
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At figure skating worlds, women’s medals up for grabs after Russia ban
Russia figure skaters' absence from the world championships opens up the medal picture for several nations, but there is a clear favorite.
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Vincent Zhou, denied an Olympic chance, puts his skates back on
Vincent Zhou detailed the challenges of returning to figure skating for the world championships after testing positive for the coronavirus at the Olympics.
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Alysa Liu, father targeted in Chinese spy case
U.S. Olympic figure skater Alysa Liu and her father were among people targeted by Chinese government agents, according to the Department of Justice.
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Olympic gold medalist breaks speed record on ice
Kjeld Nuis, a three-time Olympic speed skating champion from the Netherlands, broke his own speed record by skating 64 miles per hour on a Norwegian lake.
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Olympic gold medalist breaks speed record on ice
Kjeld Nuis, a three-time Olympic speed skating champion from the Netherlands, broke his own speed record by skating 64 miles per hour on a Norwegian lake.
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Nathan Chen withdraws from figure skating world championships
Nathan Chen, the 2022 Olympic champion pulled out due to a nagging injury; will be replaced in France competition by Camden Pulkinen.
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