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FIGURE SKATING: Chen & Zhou go 1-2 twice to help U.S. into World Team...

“We knew we were strong going in and we wanted to fight together as a team and to show how strong we are.” That comment...

FIGURE SKATING Preview: Strong U.S. team looks to be favored in World Team Trophy...

The sixth World Team Trophy competition will be held this week to finish off the 2018-19 international figure skating season, but outside of Tokyo...

FIGURE SKATING Panorama: Nathan Chen’s “transcendent greatness,” but Yuzuru Hanyu is also no. 1...

Has it been only a week since the brilliant showdown between American Nathan Chen and Japan’s double Olympic champ Yuzuru Hanyu? Chen’s dominating victory at...

FIGURE SKATING: Sensational Chen out-points Hanyu to defend World title, with Zhou third

You would think that a World Championships in the year following the Olympic Winter Games might have a little less excitement,. But that was...

FIGURE SKATING: Zagitova wins women’s title, Chen leads U.S. men to 1-2-4 in Short...

Russia’s Olympic champ Alina Zagitova confirmed her preeminence at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama City (JPN), while the American men’s trio...

FIGURE SKATING Preview: Is Hanyu injury free? Is Chen ready to defend his title...

There are plenty of attractive story lines at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama City (JPN), but the headline is the expected...

GLOBETROTTING by Phil Hersh: Who will win 2019 figure skating worlds? My gold...

Yuzuru Hanyu reacts after his free skate at the 2018 Olympics, when he won a second straight Olympic gold. (Getty Images.) March 15, 2019 There are two ways to do figure skating predictions. One is based on the unlikely event that the top six or so skaters or couples in every discipline skate cleanly (wouldn’t […]
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GLOBETROTTING by Phil Hersh: In men’s skating, Nathan Chen now a real challenger to...

All you Hanyu bots can start getting your fingers near the send button. Because no figure skating fans get more dyspeptic than many of Yuzuru...

FIGURE SKATING: Chen wins third U.S. title; Hubbell & Donohue win their second

After the shock of 13-year-old Alysa Liu winning the U.S. women’s title on Friday, it was business as usual for the remainder of the...

FIGURE SKATING Preview: Nathan Chen looking for third straight U.S. men’s title

The U.S. Figure Skating National Championships have been going on for days in Detroit, Michigan, with the action finally headed to Little Caesars Arena...

FIGURE SKATING: Chen & Hubbell/Donohue win at Grand Prix Final

The U.S. scored two victories in the ISU Grand Prix Final in Vancouver (CAN), as both Nathan Chen and Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue...

FIGURE SKATING Preview: Chen and Zagitova headline Grand Prix Final

The climax of the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix comes this week with the Grand Prix Final in Vancouver (CAN), with senior and junior...

FIGURE SKATING: Chen comes from behind to win at Internationaux de France

Reigning World Champion Nathan Chen was not too pleased with his performance in the Short Program at the final leg of the International Skating...

FIGURE SKATING Preview: Internationaux de France ends the Grand Prix in Grenoble

The last of the six legs of the International Skating Union’s Figure Skating Grand Prix for 2018 is the Internationaux de France, to be...

FIGURE SKATING: Chen and Miyahara repeat winners at Skate America

The individual winners of the 2018 edition of Skate America were the same as the 2017 winners: Nathan Chen (USA) and Satoko Miyahara (JPN). This was the season opener for the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix and Chen dominated the men’s competition, winning both the Short Program and the Free Skate to pile up an […]
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FIGURE SKATING Preview: Is it skating season already? Skate America starts today!

It seems too soon for the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix season to be underway, but the first of the six Grand Prix events opens with Skate America, at the 10,000-seat Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett, Washington (USA). The Grand Prix series is the ISU’s highest level of “regular season” competition, with the […]
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Show me the money: Skiing’s rewards are for just a few

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 26, 2018: The competitive skiing season has been completed and so it’s time to tote up the millions won by the brightest stars on the World Cup tour. Except there weren’t any. Sure, Alpine World Cup winners Mikaela Shiffrin of the U.S. and Marcel Hirscher of Austria made a lot […]
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Show me the money: Skiing’s rewards are for just a few

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 26, 2018: The competitive skiing season has been completed and so it’s time to tote up the millions won by the brightest stars on the World Cup tour. Except there weren’t any. Sure, Alpine World Cup winners Mikaela Shiffrin of the U.S. and Marcel Hirscher of Austria made a lot […]
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The second time the U.S. track team beat Hitler’s Germany

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 21, 2018: Everyone remembers the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin and how Jesse Owens and other African-American stars made fools out of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. But did you know that two years later, the U.S. did it again? We recount the story of the 1938 track & field […]
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The second time the U.S. track team beat Hitler’s Germany

TSX HEADLINES – for Mar. 21, 2018: Everyone remembers the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin and how Jesse Owens and other African-American stars made fools out of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. But did you know that two years later, the U.S. did it again? We recount the story of the 1938 track & field […]
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