Figure Skating Articles for Thursday, May 4, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Thursday, May 4, 2017

Figure skating: 2018 Olympics just one part of skating life: Uno – Source, Kyodo News

SPORTS: FIGURE SKATING Adam Rippon discusses skating, coming out, future – by Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times

Carolina Kostner, the joy found: “No longer just Athlete” – by Nicola Children, Vanityfair.it

Olympian skaters Moir and Virtue ditch Bieber tune, seek new song for ice dance routine – by Ryan Pyette, IFPress.com

Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton Reveals How Ice Skating Changed His Life Amid Mysterious Childhood Illness – by Jeff Nelson, People.com

John Coates Hints at Possible Olympic Bid – Source, Around The Rings

Medvedeva’s dominance holds no limitations: 17-year-old world champion will enter next season as Olympic favorite – by Sarah S. Brannen, IceNetwork News

For Evgenia Medvedeva, the numbers add up to amazing – by Philip Hersh, Globetrotting

Cambuslang girl who suffers from ADHD bags four medals at British skating competition: TRINITY McPARTLIN sparkled on the ice to achieve three gold medals and a silver at Braehead earlier this month – by Murray Spooner, Daily Record

VIDEO: #45 of 2016-17 – Returning to form, and a personal best: Zijun Li CHN, 2017 World Team Trophy free skate – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

VIDEO: #44 of 2016-17 – A breathtaking transformation: Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc Baker USA, NHK Trophy free dance – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

VIDEO: #43 of 2016-17 – Still ready to prove her mettle: Elena Radionova RUS, 2017 World Team Trophy short program – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

Review of the WTT and a Hard Look at Team Events – Source, Centered Spin blog

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