Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, April 1, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, April 1, 2017

Arutunian says six quads on the table for free skate: Chen more at peace with showing in short: ‘Whatever happens, happens’ – by Philip Hersh, IceNetwork News

Salt Lake teenager Nathan Chen revolutionizing figure skating but trails at world championships – by Philip Hersh, Deseret News

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

John Coughlin (USA) & Alper Uçar (TUR) are elected to the ISU representative ISU Athletes Commission – Source, ISU.org

Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir (CAN) set record score in Short Dance – Source, ISU.org

Virtue and Moir once again thrive in coach-share environment – by Pritha Sarkar, Reuters Helsinki

Medvedeva continues dominant ways in Helsinki: Russian shatters previous records; Osmond wins silver, Chen lands fourth – by Jean-Christophe Berlot, IceNetwork News

Figure skating – Medvedeva emulates Kwan by winning back-to-back world titles – Source, The Daily Millbury

How Fremont’s Karen Chen saved U.S. ice skating – by Elliott Almond, East Bay Times

Sui and Han boost China’s push to produce more Winter Olympians – by Pritha Sarkar, Reuters Helsinki

2017 World Championships: Preview – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

U.S. Team Seeks to Maximize Team Entries for 2018 Olympics – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

2017 World Championships: Ladies Short Program – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

2017 World Championships: Men’s Short Program – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

2017 World Championships: Pairs Short Program – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

2017 World Championships: Pairs Free Skate: Sui & Han Win Their First World Championship – by Klaus Reinhold Kany, Ice Skating International: Online

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