Kihira wins Four Continents; Tennell falls to 5th
Fifth after the short program, Japan's Rika Kihira landed a triple axel and scored 153.14 points in Friday's free skate to capture the ladies' title at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championship.
Americans Zhou, Tennell lead at Four Continents
American Vincent Zhou hit both of his quad attempts and was in first place after Thursday night's men's short program at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships. Bradie Tennell led after the ladies' short.
Hubbell, Donohue defend U.S. title; Chen in first
Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue beat out the team of Madison Chock and Evan Bates to repeat as ice dancing champions at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Saturday night.
USFSA urges completion of Coughlin abuse probe
U.S. Figure Skating president Anne Cammett said the accusations of abuse against John Coughlin, who died by suicide last week, need to be "thoroughly reviewed," saying, "If it just ends, there's not closure."
Can figure skating's first LGBTQ team change ice dance's reliance on romance?
Karina Manta and Joe Johnson arrive at the 2019 figure skating nationals proud to be the first LGBTQ ice dance team. But will their openness impact their scores?
Suspended figure skater Coughlin dead at 33
Two-time U.S. pairs skating champion John Coughlin, who was given an interim suspension Thursday for unspecified conduct, has killed himself, his sister said. He was 33.
Chen, Davis/White to headline Stars on Ice
World champion Nathan Chen and 2014 Olympic gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White will headline a 13-city tour by Stars on Ice this spring. Other U.S. champions including Ashley Wagner will also participate.
Chen overcomes fall, captures gold in GP Finals
Nathan Chen overcame a fall on his quad lutz in Friday's free skate and won the gold medal at the Grand Prix Finals with a combined score of 282.42.
Olympic champion Hanyu pulls out of GP Final
Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu, the back-to-back Olympic figure skating gold medalist, will miss the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final because of a right ankle injury.
Gold returns to ice after mental health struggles
After a nearly two-year hiatus to battle mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, figure skater Gracie Gold returned to competition at the Moscow Grand Prix.
Olympic champ Zagitova wins Helsinki event
Olympic champion Alina Zagitova of Russia returned to gold-medal-winning form in the Helsinki stage of the figure skating Grand Prix series Saturday.
American Chen wins Skate America men's title
Nathan Chen ran away with the Skate America men's title on Saturday, ending with 280.57 points. Michal Brezina of the Czech Republic finished second overall with 239.51 points.
Hubbell, Donohue win ice dance at Int'l Classic
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue ran away with the ice dance title at the International Classic on Saturday night, totaling 197.42 points to easily outdistance U.S. teammates Christina Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko.
Suspect confesses to killing figure skater Ten
A man in Kazakhstan has confessed to killing Olympic figure skating medalist Denis Ten, authorities said Friday.
Rippon compares unique outfit to sports
Adam Rippon says he tries to have fun with his wardrobe and "just goes for it" with his outfit like he would on the ice.
Rippon: 'I don't think figure skaters get the credit we deserve'
Adam Rippon was the viral star of the Pyeongchang Olympics, thanks to his skating, his personality and his courageous story. Now he dishes on all that and more at his Body Issue shoot.
Knierim duo to work with medalist Savchenko
Two-time U.S. pairs champions Alexa Scimeca-Knierim and Chris Knierim have decided to change coaches and will work with Olympic gold medalist Aliona Savchenko and her group beginning this summer.
Federer, Durant, Chloe Kim among Time 100
Roger Federer, Kevin Durant, J.J. Watt, Chloe Kim, Adam Rippon and cricket batsman Virat Kohli were recognized as part of the Time 100.
Chen completes six quads to claim worlds title
Nathan Chen completed six quadruples and bettered his Olympic free skate score to win the world figure skating title on Saturday.
Chen tops men's short, calls skate 'redemptive'
American Nathan Chen atoned for his struggles at the Pyeongchang Olympics by landing two quads and scoring 101.94 in his short program at the worlds, good for first place heading into the men's free skate.
Olympic champs Savchenko, Massot win worlds
Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot of Germany, who won gold in pairs skating at Pyeongchang, set a world record to capture the world title Thursday in Italy. American Nathan Chen, coming off a disappointing Olympics, leads after the men's short.
Ex-Lipinski coach banned over past allegations
Richard Callaghan, coach to Olympic champion Tara Lipinski and six-time U.S. champion Todd Eldredge, was accused of sexual misconduct in April 1999 by a former student.
Nagasu sorry for chatter after solo struggles
U.S. women's figure skater Mirai Nagasu says she feels "really, really awful" for her comments that appeared to criticize her American teammates and made it seem as if she wasn't taking her performance seriously.
Friday recap: The Miracurl on Ice, history for Ledecka, Kenworthy's latest furry friend
Miracurl on Ice! The U.S. men won gold in curling, snowboarder Kyle Mack grabbed silver and Gus Kenworthy found a new best friend. Here's what you missed from Day 15 of the Pyeongchang Games.
Sunday preview: Curling, bobsled and skating gala highlight last day in Pyeongchang
Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang: South Korea looks for first women's curling medal, Germany vies to sweep the 4-man bobsled and figure skaters show off their skills in the exhibition gala.
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IOC chief: North Korea commits to 'remedy' anti-doping issue
North Korea has told the IOC that it will "remedy" anti-doping issues, less than a week after the country testing agency was suspended.
South African government calls on world to fight for Caster Semenya
The South African government has called on the world to fight what it calls a "gross violation of human rights law" against the country's female Olympic champion Caster Semenya.
Laurie Hernandez is focused on the 2020 Olympics -- but finds time for causes close to her heart
Laurie Hernandez has been pretty busy since the 2016 Olympics, but after a lengthy break from training, she's back in the gym with her focus on 2020. We caught up with the 18-year-old at an event that is near and dear to her heart.
North Korea and South Korea plan joint march, unified teams for Tokyo 2020
North Korea and South Korea are interested in a joint march at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics as well as fielding unified teams in different sports, the president of the International Olympic Committee said on Friday.
Tokyo Olympics officials say cost of opening, closing ceremonies up 40 percent
The price of the opening and closing ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics has risen about 40 percent, according to numbers released by the organizing committee.
Jamie Lee Rattray and Marie-Philip Poulin power Canada to even Rivalry Series
Canada beat the United States 4-3 on Thursday night to tie the best-of-three Rivalry Series at a game apiece.