Figure Skating Articles for Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Wednesday, January 25, 2017 

Five takeaways from 2017 U.S. Championships: Nathan Chen’s quad display was a hot topic of discussion in Kansas City – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

Opining on 2017 U.S. Championships Day 4: The thing about Nathan Chen – Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

European Championships chock full of intrigue: Fernández seeks fifth straight crown; Papadakis, Cizeron hope to impress – by Jean-Christophe Berlot, IceNetwork News

Steadfast Fernández ready to take on all challengers: Spaniard sets goal of winning Grand Prix Final, medaling at next Olympics – by Nick McCarvel, IceNetwork News

2017 European Figure Skating Championships Event Page – Source, IceNetwork News

2017 ISU European Figure Skating Championships Starting Order and Results Page – Source,

Ralston Valley grad Mariah Bell emerges as a contender for Olympic team in figure skating: Bell qualified for World Championships, March 29-April 2 – by John Meyer, Denver Post

Margot Robbie channels Kath Day-Knight while in character as Tonya Harding on set of – Source,

A Calgary Olympic bid: Can it pull us out of the doldrums a second time?
‘It’s a roll of the dice, with a billion dollar price tag’ – by Richard White,

From newcomer to international star: Is Mariah Bell is the new face of American figure skating? – by Scott Mammoser,

Back In The USSR, Part One: Propaganda And The Soviet Sports Program – by Ryan Stevens, Skate Guard

2017 U.S. Championships: Review – Source, Naked Ice blog


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