Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, May 27, 2017

Figure Skating Articles for Saturday, May 27, 2017  

Pairs proved to Proklova more difficult than she had expected – Vasiliev – by Anatoly Samohvalov, RSport.ru

2017-18 ISU Grand Prix Series selections announced – Source, Figure Skaters Online

Medvedeva, Hanyu to open season at Rostelecom: All four reigning world champions slated to compete at NHK Trophy – Source, IceNetwork News

Chen, Wagner headline 2017 Skate America field: Reigning U.S. champions in each discipline slated to appear in Lake Placid – Source, IceNetwork News

Grand Prix figure skating assignments announced; Olympic champions absent – by Nick Zaccardi, Olympics.NBCSports.com

Virtue, Moir and Chan headline Skate Canada International in Regina: Two-time world pairs champions Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford will also compete – Source, CBC.ca

Athlete Selections Announced For 2017 ISU Grand Prix Of Figure Skating Series – Source, TeamUSA.org

Olympic champion Hanyu among athlete selections for new ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series – by Daniel Etchells, Inside The Games

Olympic buildup begins with Moscow event in October – Source, The News Tribune

Figure skating sensation Karen Chen says she’s still a ‘shy girl’ from Fremont – by Joseph Geha, East Bay Times

Russian Olympic champs Sotnikova, Lipnitskaya to miss 2017 ISU World Figure Skating series – Source, Tass.com

2017-18 Grand Prix Series assignments (Entries listed for each Event) – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

VIDEO: #15 of 2016-17 – Ending her season right: Ashley Wagner USA 2017 World Team Trophy short program – by Jackie Wong, Rocker Skating

6 things everyone should know about brain tumors – by Kristine Thomason, MSN.com

Hopewell to buy skating rink at deep discount: Officials hope rink, which comes with polar bear suit, will draw visitors to city – by Sarah Vogelsong, The Progress-Index

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