Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, February 18, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, February 18, 2017 

Chen makes presence felt at Four Continents: U.S. champion holds lead over Japan’s Uno; Virtue, Moir win dance gold – by Wei Xiong, IceNetwork News

Figure skating: Salt Lake City’s Nathan Chen leads at Winter Olympic test event – Source, The Salt Lake Tribune

A wondrous Nathan Chen is defying description – by Philip Hersh, Globetrotting

Virtue/Moir take Four Continents Ice Dance title for the third time – Source, ISU.org

2017 Four Continents play-by-play/results: Men’s short program – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

For U.S. women figure skaters, Four Continents opens with triple trouble – by Philip Hersh, Globetrotting

Hendrickx emphasis artistic approach to skating: Belgian champion enjoys artistry of sport, working with sister Loena – by Vladislav Luchianov, IceNetwork News

When playing by the rules apparently doesn’t apply to figure skating officials, a team gets shut out of a world meet – by Philip Hersh, Globetrotting

2017 Four Continents play-by-play/results: Ladies free skate – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

Newfoundland hospitality saves trip for stranded Nova Scotia figure skaters: Acts of kindness ‘just reinforces the goodness of people,’ says Jill Knowles – by Richard Woodbury, CBC.ca

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