Liu earns 3rd U.S. figure skating berth for Beijing
Two-time national champion Alysa Liu won the Nebelhorn Trophy women's competition on Saturday, giving the U.S. a third qualifying spot for the figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year.
Zhou clinches third U.S. skating berth for Beijing
Vincent Zhou won the Nebelhorn Trophy men's competition Friday, which secured a third entry in the Beijing Olympics figure skating competition for the United States.
Shcherbakova stars to seal Russia's 1st WTT win
World champion Anna Shcherbakova won the women's free skate on Saturday to seal Russia's first-ever victory at the figure skating World Team Trophy. The U.S. finished second, followed by Japan.
American Chen takes men's free skate at WTT
Three-time world champion Nathan Chen won the men's free skate, but the U.S. remains in second behind Russia at the figure skating World Team Trophy.
Chen tops Hanyu at World Team Trophy in Japan
American Nathan Chen edged Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu in the men's short program at the figure skating World Team Trophy on Thursday in Osaka.
Chen wins 3rd straight figure skating world title
Nathan Chen easily surpassed two-time Olympic champ Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan in the free skate, becoming the first American since Scott Hamilton to win a third consecutive men's title at the World Figure Skating Championships.
Russians win short programs at skating worlds
Anna Shcherbakova, Russia's three-time national champion, landed a triple lutz-triple loop combination en route to winning the women's short program at the World Figure Skating Championships.
Figure skating HOF'er Zimmerman suspended
Figure skating coach John Zimmerman has been suspended by U.S. Center for SafeSport over charges of an abuse of process, emotional misconduct and failure to report an incident.
Chen eyes 5th U.S. title after short program win
Seeking a fifth straight national title, Nathan Chen was nearly perfect and rather playful in winning the short program on Saturday at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Chock, Bates set world record at nationals
Defending champions Madison Chock and Evan Bates set a world record in the rhythm dance at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Friday, their first competition in nearly a year.
Tennell outskates Liu, Bell to lead at U.S. Nat'ls
Bradie Tennell outskated two-time defending champ Alysa Liu and Mariah Bell to take first place after the women's short program Thursday at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Moore-Towers, Marinaro win virtual pairs title
Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro build their skating programs with large crowds in mind -- which made watching themselves win the pairs event of the Skate Canada Challenge, a unique virtual event of prerecorded programs, bittersweet.
Figure skating nationals moving to Las Vegas
The U.S. Figure Skating Championships are moving to Las Vegas, in part because of the successful bubble environment used for Skate America last month. San Jose will now get the 2023 nationals. The 2022 event is in Nashville.
Jin first in men's short program at Cup of China
Without fans in attendance, Chinese figure skater Boyang Jin finished first in the men's short program at the Cup of China on Friday. The next round of the International Skating Union's Grand Prix series is Nov. 20-22.
Top U.S. skaters compete in Vegas Invitational
Top American figure skaters were given an opportunity to compete again and earn prize money during the pandemic-shortened season in the new Las Vegas Invitational.
Chen, Bell win Skate America titles in Las Vegas
Nathan Chen landed five quadruple jumps over two programs en route to wining his record-tying fourth straight Skate America. In the women's event, Mariah Bell edged 2018 national champion Bradie Tennell for arguably the biggest title of her career.
Chen leads Skate America after personal best
Nathan Chen easily won the short program at Skate America on Friday night with a personal best score of 111.17 points. Vincent Zhou, bronze medalist at the 2019 worlds, is second heading into Saturday's free skate.
Bell leads Tennell after solid short program
Mariah Bell was smooth and solid during her short program at Skate America in Las Vegas on Friday night while Bradie Tennell is second entering Saturday's free skate.
How did figure skaters prepare for Skate America during a pandemic? It wasn't easy
In the first major event in a truncated international figure skating season, skaters had to be creative -- oh, and their Screen Time increased, exponentially
French figure skating event latest to be canceled
The Internationaux de France, part of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating, has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
ISU cancels 2021 Four Continents figure skating
The Four Continents Championships in figure skating scheduled for February in Australia has been canceled by the International Skating Union because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Skate Canada called off because of coronavirus
Skate Canada, which had been scheduled for Oct. 30-31 in Ottawa, has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
2-time U.S. skating champ Liu changes coaches
Two-time U.S. figure skating champion Alysa Liu is changing coaches and will now work with Lee Barkell, Lori Nichol and Massimo Scali.
Figure skaters unite to help health care workers
Olympic and world champions such as Scott Hamilton, Michelle Kwan, Brian Boitano, Kurt Browning, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Evgeni Plushenko have compiled videos for Blades for the Brave -- a fundraiser to help health care workers.
World Skating Championships canceled over virus
The World Figure Skating Championships set for next week in Montreal have been canceled due to public health concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus. The event was scheduled to bring nearly 200 skaters to Montreal.
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Tokyo Olympics CEO: Official cost of Games likely to come next year
Tokyo Olympic organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said Tuesday the official cost of the Games likely would not be known until early next year.
Simone Biles: I should have quit before Tokyo Olympics
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles told New York magazine that she should have quit gymnastics "way before Tokyo," where she suffered from a case of "twisties" that derailed her attempt at a record haul of six golds.
Boston Marathon to honor the late Ellison Brown when event run on Indigenous Peoples Day next month
The late Ellison "Tarzan" Brown was the Boston Marathon champion in 1936 and 1939. In the 1936 race, he beat Johnny Kelley to become an instant hero to native people across North America.
Texas DA drops sexual assault charge against Luke Armstrong, son of former cyclist Lance
Texas district attorney José Garza has rejected a felony sexual assault charge filed earlier this year by Austin police against Luke Armstrong, the son of former cyclist Lance Armstrong.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard appoints Sophie Goldschmidt president, CEO in advance of Olympics
Sophie Goldschmidt, most recently CEO of the World Surf League, was appointed the U.S. Ski & Snowboard president and CEO on Monday, in advance of Winter Olympics.
Japanese sumo great Hakuho retiring at 36
Sumo great Hakuho is retiring at the age of 36, marking the end of an era in Japanese traditional sport.