Interviews

Yuma Kagiyama: Family Ties

By Hiro Yoshida

Japan’s Yuma Kagiyama has figure skating in his DNA and, at this week’s World Junior Championships in Tallinn, Estonia, the sixteen year old is aiming for the highest spot on the podium. (more…)

Mariah Bell: Staying In The Moment

By Hiro Yoshida

With her first victory on the international circuit and a duo of Grand Prix medals, 2019-
2020 has arguably been Mariah Bell’s most successful season so far in her career. As the
United States Championships get under way this week, she is not resting on her laurels
and is aiming to build on those achievements. (more…)

Ziegler and Kiefer: Dreaming Bigger

By Hiro Yoshida

The sudden death of their coach last season made for difficult times for Austria’s Miriam Ziegler and Severin Kiefer. Less than twelve months on and with a European Championships on home soil looming on the horizon, the pairs team are looking towards the future and fulfilling the ambition he instilled in them. (more…)

Fournier Beaudry and Sørensen: A New Chapter Begins

By Hiro Yoshida

Having missed out on the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games, Laurence Fournier Beaudry and Nikolaj Sørensen took the decision to switch from representing Denmark to Canada in pursuit of their ultimate dream. With a few months of competing for Canada already under their belts, the team talk about how this transition came about. (more…)