Montreal has been selected to host the 2020 world figure skating championships. Skate Canada made the announcement Thursday, saying the event will be held March 16-22, 2020, at the Bell Centre.
Chen wins hometown International Figure Skating Classic
Nathan Chen won his hometown U.S. International Figure Skating Classic on Friday night at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex. The 18-year-old U.S. champion won the free skate with 183.24 points for a total of 275.04. He took the lead into the finale after topping the sport program Thursday night.
Canada's Moore-Towers, Marinaro win pairs at U.S. Classic
Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro won the gold medal Friday in pairs at the U.S. international figure skating classic. The Canadians won the short program Thursday and held on to first with the second-best free skate to finish with 188.76 points.
Virtue, Moir say they'll miss Babcock at Olympics
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir say they won't miss Canada's NHL players in Pyeongchang so much as head coach Mike Babcock. The NHL opted not to interrupt next season to accommodate the Pyeongchang Games, and Moir, who won Olympic gold and silver in ice dancing with Virtue, said Babcock's absence leaves a big hole — and not just among the hockey team.
Gold taking time off, seeking help with Olympics
U.S. figure skating star Gracie Gold is stepping away from the sport to seek professional help with the Olympics a little more than five months away.
Five months from Olympics, Virtue, Moir already feeling buzz
Scott Moir and partner Tessa Virtue are looking to reclaim Olympic gold in February in South Korea in one final season before they retire. The veterans attended Skate Canada's traditional season-opening high performance camp on Wednesday, and talked about the immense Olympic hype that's waits just around the corner.
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