Figure Skating Articles for Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Arutyunyan addresses Chen’s components ‘controversy’ – by Ted Flett, Golden Skate News

Market Report, “Global Figure Skating Equipment Market 2017-2021”, Published: Fast Market Research announces the availability of the new TechNavio report, “Global Figure Skating Equipment Market 2017-2021”, on their comprehensive research portal – Source, SBWire.com

Los Angeles, Paris are competing for 2024 Games, but could they both win? – by Rachel Axon, USA Today Sports

Crookston Figure Skating Club – So what history, exactly, did Aleece Durbin make with her ‘Double Gold Medalist’ title? – by Mike Christopherson, Crookston Times

Livingston’s Robert Yampolsky Honored for Winning Silver Medal in National Figure Skating Competition – by Danielle Santola, Tap into Livingston

Progress And John Curry’s “Icarus” – by Ryan Stevens, Skate Guard

Additional Questions & Answers #3 for Synchronized Skating: 2016/2017 Records of Clarifications from ISU Sports Directorate and SyS TC – Source, ISU.org

New skating novel– Red Flags: It is a coming-of-age story about a Soviet skating prodigy with a dark secret– and a plan to set herself free – by Jens Lyon Jenslyon.wordpress.com

The Dodds Squad Page: Four Queensland – based brothers are International Figure Skating Representatives for Australia – Source, The DoddsSquad Page

Russian Novice Nationals, Results, Videos,  & Pictures

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