Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, January 21, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, January 21, 2017 

Nathan Chen ushers in new era with record-breaking nationals short program – by Nick Zaccardi, Olympics.NBCSports.com

Marvelous short lands Chen comfortably in front: New U.S. record has Chen in line for worlds berth; Miner distant second – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

Chen cementing his place among world’s best: Following record-setting short, possibilities appear endless for 17-year-old – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

2017 U.S. Championships results: Short dance, free dance – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

Shibutanis set new U.S. standard in short dance: Top four finishers all focused on getting the most out of their programs – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

Nguyen rallies from third to win junior ladies title: Andrews takes silver despite flawed free; Lin pulls up to earn bronze – by Mimi McKinnis, IceNetwork News

Parsons cap U.S. junior career with coveted gold: Carreira, Ponomarenko finish second; McNamara, Carpenter fall to third – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

Krasnozhon overcomes falls, wins junior men’s title: Pulkinen makes big improvement, nabs silver; Dunk moves up for bronze – by Mimi McKinnis, IceNetwork News

Patrick Chan leads despite shaky performance at Canadian figure skating championships – by Tim Baines, LF Press.com

Osmond leads after short program at Canadian figure skating championships – Source, The Telegram

17-year-old Karen Chen asserts herself at U.S. figure skating championships – by Christine Brennan, USA Today Sports

Lipinski, Weir shine as a top pair at skating championships – by Dan Gelston, Myrtle Beach Online

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