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2019 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships: Comeback Kids Take Titles In Anaheim

Anaheim, California played host to the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships for the first time with Japan topping the medal table. (more…)

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Aleksei Krasnozhon: “Skating Is My Whole Life”

By Miwako Nagata
It has been more than eight months since 2017 United States national junior champion Aleksei Krasnozhon (18) withdrew from the 2018 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria last March due to a sprain in his right ankle. A fall on a quadruple Salchow, the first jump in his free skate, prevented him from continuing despite having a strong shot to take the World Junior title as he held a comfortable lead after the short programme.

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Denis Ten: “Korea Is Not A Foreign Place For Me”

By Hiro Yoshida

Since winning the bronze medal at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Denis Ten has endured four years of highs and lows in competition and battled with injury. As he approaches his third Olympics in his ancestral homeland, the Kazakhstani skater has more on his mind than merely winning a medal. (more…)

Fernandez Snatches Victory At Autumn Classic

Skaters from across the world travelled to competitions in Canada, Slovakia and Belarus for the busiest weekend of skating so far this season. (more…)