Figure Skating Articles for Friday, April 28, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Friday, April 28, 2017  

Picture perfect: Relive 2016-17 season in photos: With the 2016-17 season in the books, we went back and selected some of the best photos from a year that saw no shortage of indelible images – Source, IceNetwork News

Former pairs skating champion Eric Radford diagnosed with herniated disc: The six-time Canadian champion experienced numbness and loss of control in his right hip at the World Figure Skating Championships earlier this month – by Lori Ewing, The Star

Radford was skating with a herniated disc at world figure skating championships – Source, The Chronicle Herald

The Errand Boy – by Ryan Stevens, Skate Guard

Salé cherishes time working with Special Olympics: Olympic gold medalist values family, impacting special needs community – by Lois Elfman, IceNetwork News

Angela Ruggiero, the Olympic gold medallist and now IOC executive board member: Could she possibly be the IOC’s first female president in the making? – Source, The Callum Murray Interview @

All That Skate ‘Ice show’ cancels all performances due to the “Sports promotion market inflation” in South Korea – Source,

Team Russia: news about new programs – Source, FS Gossips

Gorshkov: Russian figure skaters can before the Olympics to gather in the Japanese Niigata – Source, TASS News Agency

Russian figure skater Elena Radionova moved from the group coach Inna Goncharenko to Elena Buyanova , according to the official website of the Figure Skating Federation of Russia (FFKKR) – Source,

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