Figure Skating Articles for Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Gracie Gold, inspired at nationals, would love to return to skating – by Nick Zaccardi, NBC Sports

Looking at Hanyu’s chances of retaining gold in Pyeongchang – by Jack Gallagher, The Japan Times

Ted Barton foresees rise in Japan skating, defends International Judging System -by Jack Gallagher, The Japan Times

Nagoya becomes the cradle of Japanese figure skating – by Yun-Cheol Jeong, English.donga.com

N. Korea agrees to send delegation to Olympics in S. Korea: Seoul – Source, Topix.com

Figure skating could help ease Korean tensions and Montreal played a role: North Korean figure skaters qualified for Olympic Games after training under Bruno Marcotte in Montreal – by Kalina Lsframboise, CBC News

Figure-skating icon stumbles on the road to perfection – by Jere Longman, The Bulletin

U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Lineup Set, Here Are The Surprises – by Tom Goldman, Cape and Islands,org

The promising future of U.S. women’s figure skating hasn’t come to fruition – by Helene Elliott, Baltimore Sun

Can these two North Korean ice skaters help bring about a diplomatic thaw? – by Anna Fifield, The Washington Post

For Nathan Chen, a 10-year-old’s figure-skating dream is now an Olympic reality – by Matt Gutman, Enjoil Francis and Robert Zepeda, ABC News.go.com

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