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The International Skating Union will discuss limiting the number of quadruple jumps in a free skate routine, and will consider raising the minimum age to compete on the senior level from 15 to 17.
Two-time Olympic silver medallist Evgenia Medvedeva is leaving longtime coach Eteri Tutberidze to work with Brian Orser, the Canadian coach who has guided Yuna Kim and Yuzuru Hanyu to Olympic titles.
Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, who teamed up for two pairs world championship titles and three Olympic medals over their careers, have officially announced their retirement from competitive figure skating.
Chan joined CBC's John Northcott to reflect on his storied figure skating career, and his decision to retire from the sport at 27-years-old.
Patrick Chan is the latest in a long line of Canadian men who have made the leap from figure skating champion to figure skating legend, writes CBC Sports' expert Pj Kwong.
More than 1,100 people jammed into the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena on Saturday to celebrate the Ice Crystal skating club and to watch an Olympian perform.
'It feels right, it feels good,' the 27-year-old three-time world champion tells CBC's Ian Hanomansing.
Three-time Olympian Patrick Chan, whose legendary figure skating skills and artistry on the ice have delighted Canadian fans over the past 10 years, has retired at age 27.
Canada's Dylan Moscovitch retired from competitive pairs figure skating Tuesday, ending a decade-long career that included six appearances at the world championships and a silver medal in the team event at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
After scoring 122.24 in the Free Skate program, Les Supremes Seniors finish up 5th at the World Synchronized Skating World Championships.
With a final score of 190.45, Team Nexxice finished 7th in the free skate program, and 8th overall at the World Synchronized Skating World Championships.
After becoming Canada's first women's world figure skating champion in 45 years, Osmond closed out a tremendous 2018 season with a gala routine set to 'I Love It' by Icona Pop.
Over the last 10 years or so, Canada has been in the enviable position of having great skaters perform at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships. There's been a safety net in place with the participation of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford and Patrick Chan. But this year was different.
Three years after a gruesome broken leg nearly ended her career, 22-year-old Kaetlyn Osmond won gold at the world figure skating championships on Friday, ending a drought that stretched back 45 years.
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France took the gold with 207.20 points at the figure skating worlds, setting worlds records in the short, free and total score. Canadians Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje collected their third career world championship medal with a personal best 192.35.
On April 14, the shipbuilding town of about 5,000 on Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula will come together and rally around the best figure skater in the world — who is one of their own.
American Nathan Chen crushed the competition at the figure skating world championships in Milan, Italy on Saturday, leaving nobody even close to competing for gold.