The Four Continents Championships roll up to the high altitude of Colorado Springs, USA this weekend with the city playing host for the fourth time. Although there are some high profile absentees, the event is shaping up to be an exciting one nonetheless.(more…)
The penultimate leg of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating brings us to Sapporo, Japan for the NHK Trophy and figure skating’s most elaborate kiss and cry.(more…)
As is customary, the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating kicks off with Skate America this weekend with this season’s event taking place in the more intimate Tenley E. Albright Performance Center rink in Norwood, Massachusetts.(more…)
The Grand Prix Series got under way over the weekend at Skate America in Las Vegas and here were the moments that stood out for us from the event.(more…)
Following a post-surgery break for rehabilitation and a change of scenery last season,
American ice dancers Madison Chock and Evan Bates are on the rise once more. (more…)
By Hiro Yoshida
After finishing second at the 2015 World Championships and backing that up with a World bronze in 2016, most observers expected Madison Chock and Evan Bates to be on or close to the podium at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games. However, things did not go to plan for the Americans and, as they embark on another Olympic cycle, they reflect on what turned out to be a trying season that made the bonds between them even stronger. (more…)
We take a quick look back at what happened in the world of skating over the course of the past week. (more…)
This is the second part of our review of the Nebelhorn Trophy 2015 where we take a look back at the ladies and ice dance events. (more…)
Here’s a short recap of some of the things that happened during the past week in the world of figure skating.
In the second part of our review of the ISU Grand Prix Final 2014, we take a look at the ice dance and pairs events.