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Figure Skating has nominated Boston to host the 2016 World Figure Skating Championships...Worlds were last held in the United States in 2009, when Evan Lysacek won the title in Los Angeles...Boston will be the site of next year's U.S. championships,
Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold have done well enough at the World Figure Skating Championships to regain a third spot at the Sochi Olympics for the American women. They needed a combined placement of 13 or better and were first and second with five
Patrick Chan captured his sixth consecutive national senior title at the Canadian figure skating championships Saturday. The two-time world champion from Toronto scored 273.75 points, landing two huge quad jumps but doubling his triple Axel and
Story The 22-year-old Toronto native was coming off a disappointing third-place finish at December's Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Sochi, Russia and before that a surprising second at Skate Canada International. They were the first two major
Figure Skating Championships, beating out bids from Greensboro and St...The 2014 championships will be the final qualifying event before the selection of the U.S. Olympic figure skating team that will represent Team USA Feb. 7-23, 2014, in Sochi,
The Canadian Press Published Monday, Apr. 16, 2012 1:51PM EDT Last updated Monday, Apr. 16, 2012 1:53PM EDT Just weeks after winning the world title, figure skating star Patrick Chan is leaving his coach. Chan made the announcement in a Skate Canada
Takahashi, who placed behind Canadian rival Patrick Chan at the worlds this past weekend in Nice, France, will take part but bronze medalist Yuzuru Hanyu will sit out the April 19-21 competition at Yoyogi National Stadium due to an injured right
France Patrick Chan felt it was his destiny to win another world figure skating title on the day his former coach and mentor, Osborne Colson, used to celebrate his birthday. For Carolina Kostner, it was a first world gold after years of trying.
Ashley Wagner might just have what it takes to end the U.S. medal drought at the world figure skating championships. The American women haven't won a medal since Kimmie Meissner and Sasha Cohen finished first and third in 2006, their longest drought
Kim Yu-na and Evan Lysacek have discovered that the spoils of being a world champion are matched by the obligations. They're learning that their own high expectations might not measure up to those placed upon them by outsiders.