March 29, 2017

  • Figure Skating Articles for Wednesday, March 29, 2017

    Medvedeva opens up lead with perfect performance: Canada’s Osmond, Daleman sit second, third; Chen strong in worlds debut – by Jean-Christophe Berlot, IceNetwork News

    Evgenia Medvedeva (RUS) takes lead in highly competitive Ladies Short Program – Source,

    2017 World Championships play-by-play/results: Ladies short program – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

    Helsinki set to host memorable ladies free skate: Scoring system keeps Chen, Wagner in medal position after short program – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

    China’s Sui, Han grab slim pairs lead in Helsinki: Savchenko, Massot on the heels of Chinese pair; Russians take third – by Jean-Christophe Berlot, IceNetwork News

    Chinese lead, star pairs struggle in world championships short program – by Nick Zaccardi,

    2017 World Championships play-by-play/results: Pairs short program – bu Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

    NBC Sports to Present over 22 hours of ISU World Figure Skating Championships Coverage – Source, Broadway World

    Knierims cherish opportunity to compete in Helsinki: Newlyweds prepared for world stage; Chock, Bates set to dazzle judges – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

    Meet the Shib Sibs, the Brother-Sister Duo Taking Over the Ice Skating World – by Rose Minutaglio,

    Canadians Virtue, Moir in pursuit of third world title: Chan aims to keep up with youngsters; Duhamel, Radford tweak programs – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork NewsIceNetwork News

    Worlds 2017 – The Watchlist – Source, Crystal Skate on Blogspot

    2017 World Championships practice notes: Day 2 – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

    Ambitious Medvedeva keen to defend World Figure Skating Gold – Source, New Zealand Herald

    Defending World Pairs Skating Champion Eric Radford battling injury – by Lori Ewing, The Globe and Mail

    Quad man: Nathan Chen, Skater to beat at Worlds in Helsinki – by Barry Wilner, ABC Fox Montana

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