Figure Skating

Papadakis And Cizeron: Finding Room To Grow

By Hiro Yoshida

Costume malfunctions aside, Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron enjoyed another successful season pushing themselves to new highs. Reflecting on the past year, the French ice dancers are proud of how far they have come and are already looking ahead to the future. (more…)

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Felipe Montoya: Stepping Onto The Biggest Stage

By Hiro Yoshida

At the age of 27, Spanish figure skater Felipe Montoya has secured his dream of competing at this month’s PyeongChang Olympic Games. With just a few days left until his debut at a global event, he is ready to show the world his very best. (more…)

Carolina Kostner Resets Her Goals

By Hiro Yoshida

No-one in figure skating would have been surprised if Carolina Kostner had decided to hang up her skates following the 2014 Olympics. The much-admired Italian had fulfilled all the promise she had shown since competing in the junior ranks by winning a World Championship title in 2012, five European golds and claiming Olympic bronze in Sochi three years ago. (more…)

Misha Ge Finds Balance between Artistry and Athleticism

By Hiro Yoshida

Skater. Choreographer. Actor. Dancer. Model. Designer. Misha Ge has, at the age of 25, already a lot of feathers in his cap. Born in Russia and raised in China, the skater from Uzbekistan calls the United States of America home these days. Now a veteran in skating terms, he nevertheless keeps challenging himself. (more…)