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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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Who are Japan’s most visible athletes ahead of Tokyo Olympics?
A survey of the top TV stations revealed which athletes get the most coverage.
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Aljona Savchenko, Olympic pairs’ champion, announces pregnancy
Savchenko and her skating partner are on an indefinite break from competition.
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Nathan Chen, Alina Zagitova among the top takeaways for the figure skating season
A look back at the accomplishments during the figure skating season, and determining what’s to come in the 2019-20 season.
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Yale student and world champion Nathan Chen finds time for Stars on Ice
Instead of taking a break now that the figure skating season has wound down, Yale freshman Nathan Chen will participate in shows with the Stars on Ice tour.
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Team Paradise defeats home favorites at World Synchronized Skating Championships
The U.S. teams finished in sixth and eighth place.
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Team USA wins fourth World Team Trophy title
The ladies' competition featured two more triple Axel attempts.
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Team Paradise leads after short program at World Synchronized Skating Championships
The five-time and defending world champions Marigold Ice Unity are looking for another title, this time on home ice.
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Team USA extends lead on second day at World Team Trophy
Zhou's free skate was significant as he became the first man to land a clean quadruple Lutz with his arms extended over his head -- or "Rippon" style. 
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Team USA leads World Team Trophy after first day of competition
The U.S. men, ladies and ice dancers combined for a two-point lead over the rest of the field at the World Team Trophy, an event they have won three times.
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How to watch the World Synchronized Championships
The Haydenettes are making their 20th consecutive worlds appearance.
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How to watch the World Team Trophy
Figure skating's World Team Trophy kicks will stream on NBC Sports Gold's "Figure Skating Pass."
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Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir takes break for fundraiser
For his show appearances this weekend, Weir said, “I’ll be pulling out an old fan favorite that I hope makes the audience smile.”
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Michelle Kwan jokes about Nathan Chen’s skateboarding across Yale University campus
Michelle Kwan worried about Nathan Chen's use of a skateboard on the Yale University campus.
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Takeaways and top moments from the World Figure Skating Championships
Nathan Chen and Vincent Zhou highlight the top U.S. moments from figure skating’s annual premier competition.
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By any measure, Nathan Chen’s performance at Worlds matches standard for transcendent greatness
Transcendent greatness in sports is both absolute and relative. Nathan Chen was both at the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships.
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Nathan Chen defends world title, defeating Yuzuru Hanyu at World Championships
The last time the U.S. put two men on a World Championship podium was 1996.
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Papadakis, Cizeron win fourth world title; Hubbell, Donohue land on podium
The U.S. teams in the field, who all train together in Montreal, finished in third, sixth and ninth place.
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Alina Zagitova wins first World title; Yevgenia Medvedeva earns bronze
Bradie Tennell and Mariah Bell miss earning a third quota spot for the U.S. at next year's World Championships.
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Papadakis, Cizeron lead rhythm dance; Americans within striking distance to podium
The top American couple after the rhythm dance is just 0.01 points from bronze medal territory.
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World Championships ice dance preview: France’s Papadakis, Cizeron vying for title No. 4
After winning their fifth consecutive European title, Papadakis and Cizeron look to be unstoppable at the World Championships.
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Nathan Chen on his way to defending World Championship title, Jason Brown in silver medal position
Nathan Chen won the world title in 2018 and is looking to repeat.
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Sui Wenjing, Han Cong recapture world pair title
A top-10 finish meant success for the lone American pair, Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc.
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World Championships men’s preview: Can Nathan Chen defend his world title?
Nathan Chen will face a stacked field of competitors at the 2019 World Championships.
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Alina Zagitova first after World Championship short program; drama in pairs’ short
Olympic champion Alina Zagitova could win her first world title.
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World Championships pairs’ preview: Can Vanessa James, Morgan Cipres cement their undefeated season with a win?
The French pair has plenty of momentum ahead of the World Championships, but other contenders could keep them from taking the title.
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How to watch World Figure Skating Championships
The World Championships are in Saitama, Japan from March 18-24.
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Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu says he is ‘100 percent’ ahead of World Championships
“I’ve been in this position before where I came back from injury before the Olympics and that was valuable experience that will help," said the two-time Olympic gold medalist.
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World Championships ladies’ preview: Japanese, Russian skaters face off for top prize
Skaters from Japan and Russia will battle for the top spots at the World Championships this week.
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Nathan Chen, student and skater, tries to have two parts in harmony again at world championships
Chen has been juggling a full college course load with competitive skating as he preps for this week’s world championships.
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Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron on training with three American ice dance teams
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron are eyeing their fourth world title.
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Ashley Cain, Timothy LeDuc ready to take on Worlds pressure
New U.S. pair champions Cain and LeDuc know the pressure’s on to qualify more quota spots at the world championships.
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Madison Chock, Evan Bates look to peak at Worlds and return to podium
After sitting out of competition for 10 months and moving to Montreal, Chock and Bates’ abbreviated season might actually help in their quest to return to the ice dance podium at Worlds.
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Checking in with Madison Hubbell, Zachary Donohue ahead of world championships
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue won silver at last year’s world championships, but are looking for more this year.
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More mature Mariah Bell has more momentum this year ahead of world championships
Bell thinks the success of her fall season will carry through the rest of the season, including the world championships.
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How Japan built figure skating powerhouse
Yoshiko Kobayashi, the director of the Japanese Skating Federation, explains how Japan has become a major force in figure skating.
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Kaitlin Hawayek, Jean-Luc Baker on progress this season, what Montreal means to them
Ice dancers Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker will compete at their second world championships next week.
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Hiwatashi rallies, wins gold at World Junior Figure Skating Championships
In 2016, he was the world junior bronze medalist.
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Bradie Tennell on her improved artistry this season
Bradie Tennell on her surge in popularity since winning the national title in 2018, and her ability to sell the storylines in her programs this season.
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Hanna Harrell talks taking on Russians at world junior championships
Hanna Harrell changed her jumping technique in order to mimic the skaters from Russia.
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