Figure Skating Articles for Sunday, January 22, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Sunday, January 22, 2017 

Karen Chen, 17, wins gold at U.S. Figure Skating Championships – by Sam McDowell, Kansas City Star

Karen Chen Overcomes the Veterans to Win Gold – by Michelle Kennedy, Centered Spin

Vladimir Putin ‘was at the heart of the Russia drug scandal’ alleges ‘doper-in-chief’ who claims he doped half of his country’s 72 London 2012 medalists – by Nick Harris and Roger Pielke, DailyMail.co.uk

2017 U.S. Championships play-by-play/results: Ladies free skate – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

Shibutani siblings edge Chock and Bates to win ice dance – by Dave Skretta, Fulton Sun

After year off, Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier win U.S. Figure Skating pairs – by Sam McDowell, Kansas City Star

Defending pairs champions pull out of U.S. Figure Skating Championships – by Nick Zaccardi, Olympics.nbcsports.com

New rule impacts world team selection procedure: U.S. champions no longer guaranteed spot on world team – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

2017 Canadians play-by-play/results: Pairs free skate – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

Watch the senior dance awards ceremony from the 2017 U.S. Figure Skating Championships – Source, IceNetwork.com

Watch the senior pairs awards ceremony from the 2017 U.S. Figure Skating Championships – Source, IceNetwork.com

Shibutanis narrowly claim second straight U.S. title: Chock, Bates finish one point off pace; Hubbell, Donohue settle for bronze – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

Denney, Frazier climb to top of pairs field in KC: Second after short program, duo claims first U.S. title over Castelli, Tran – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

Kayne, O’Shea will not petition for world team spot: Coach Peterson wants skaters to regain full health before returning to ice – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News

Bridging Borders: The Stories Of The First Two Canadian Men’s Champions – by Ryan Stevens, Skate Guard

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