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  • Adam Rippon
    Opining on US Nationals: Undervaluation and double jeopardy in IJS
    If there was to be any takeaway from the men's competition at the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships this past weekend, it was that there is ample amount of talent among the American men. And it wasn't only thrilling, but...
  • Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
    2015 European Championships preview (ladies): A Russian battle
    At this week's 2015 European Figure Skating Championships in Stockholm, Sweden, an all-Russian sweep of the ladies' event seems all but certain. The three skaters Russia is sending to Europeans are easily the favorites, and it will take...
  • Florent Amodio
    2015 Europeans play-by-play/results: Men's short program
    Men's short (standings so far)1. Daniel Samohin - 72.652. Adian Pitkeev - 69.783. Ivan Righini - 67.454. Phillip Harris - 65.165. Franz Streubel - 64.456. Yaroslav Paniot - 63.257. Valtter Virtanen - 58.318. Pavel Kaska - 56.839. Patrick Myzyk...
  • Javier Fernandez
    2015 European Championships preview (men): Fernandez going for a third
    The men's event kicks off festivities at the 2015 European Figure Skating Championships tomorrow. And while the field isn't supremely deep, the competition between the skaters who are fighting for the title will be very stiff. The favorite...
  • Ashley Wagner
    Opining on US Nationals: Is Wagner World champ worthy?
    It's the talk of the town, so I'll keep talking about it. Ashley Wagner's incredible free skate on Saturday at the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships was one of those unforgettable performances that make skating fans...
  • Tavares ties record in 60th NHL All-Star Game
    Tavares ties record in 60th NHL All-Star Game
    According to the Detroit Free Press on Sunday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist John Tavares of Mississauga, Ontario tied a National Hockey League record by scoring four goals in the NHL All-Star Game as Team Toews defeated Team Foligno 17-12. The...
  • d'Artois wins Winter X Games gold in men's superpipe skiing
    d'Artois wins Winter X Games gold in men's superpipe skiing
    According to ESPN on Sunday, Simon d'Artois of Vancouver, British Columbia won the gold medal in the men's superpipe competition at the 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado. For d'Artois, it was the biggest win of his freestyle...
  • McMorris wins 2015 Winter X Games gold
    McMorris wins 2015 Winter X Games gold
    According to ESPN on Sunday, Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Mark McMorris of Regina, Saskatchewan won the gold medal in the men's slopestyle snowboarding event at the 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado. For McMorris, it was his fifth...
  • Good as Gold
    5th place at Winter X Games? Whatever, Park City's Sage Kotsenburg is having fun
    Park City snowboard legend Sage Kotsenburg rode hard at Winter X Games 15 in Aspen, but he came up a little short of matching the gold he won in Sochi. His fifth place finish on Sun. Jan. 25 in snowboard slopestyle concluded the X for this year....
  • Henrich wins historic bronze at World Cup ski jumping event in Germany
    Henrich wins historic bronze at World Cup ski jumping event in Germany
    According to the International Ski Federationon Sunday, Calgary native Taylor Henrich won a bronze medal at a women's ski jumping World Cup in Oberstdorf, Germany. The win was significant because Henrich becomes the first Canadian woman to win...
  • Howell wins bronze at 2015 Winter X Games
    Howell wins bronze at 2015 Winter X Games
    According to ESPN on Saturday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Dara Howell of Huntsville, Ontario has won a bronze medal in women's slopestyle skiing at the 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado. Howell, who won a gold medal in women's...
  • Jeremy Abbott
    Jeremy Abbott wins hearts in what could be final Nationals
    Not many people believed Jeremy Abbott would return to the US Figure Skating Championships this year, after the 29-year-old's gold medal in Boston that resulted in a second trip to the Olympics. However, the four-time champion skated in...
  • Max Aaron
    Max Aaron wins pewter medal, Razzano moves up to seventh at Nationals
    Max Aaron, the 22-year-old originally from Scottsdale, added to his collection of medals at the US Figure Skating Championships, picking up a pewter Sunday in Greensboro, N.C., and Arizona's Douglas Razzano finished in seventh place, moving up...
  • U.S. men's medalists
    Jason Brown wins first U.S. gold medal, but Rippon wins long program
    Jason Brown hung onto his two-point lead after the short program to win his first U.S. men's senior gold medal Sunday, despite silver medalist Adam Rippon's victory in the free skate at Greensboro Coliseum. Rippon, 25, scored a 187.77 (272...
  • Duded Out
    Park City skier Joss Christensen carves out first Winter X Games medal
    Winter X Games has been a total bummer for Joss Christensen. A Park City skier, Christensen captured gold in Sochi. But, winning the X, or even medaling there? Well, that has been more tricky.Not any longer, dude. Christensen was stoked to go out...