Canadian ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje were unable to complete a perfect season as they settled for bronze at the world figure skating championship Friday. The duo from Waterloo, Ont., were the favourites going into Shanghai having won all five international events they competed in this season, including the Grand Prix Finals and Four Continents Championships.
Duhamel, Radford win world pairs gold
Canadians Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford have their perfect season. The pair held off two Chinese teams in the free skate to capture gold in the pairs event on Thursday at the world figure skating championships.
Hanyu takes lead after short program at worlds
Yuzuru Hanyu overcame a tumble on his opening quad toeloop to take the lead after the men's short program in front of an overwhelmingly partisan crowd, who buried the ice with mounds of stuffed animals and flowers. The Japanese skater scored 95.20 points, more than two points ahead of Javier Fernandez of Spain.
Tuktamysheva opens huge lead at worlds
Elizaveta Tuktamysheva has been so far ahead of the rest of the women's figure skating field this season, she didn't think twice about adding a much more difficult element to her repertoire of high-flying jumps.It was far riskier to attempt it in the most important event of the year.
Bent, MacKeen fifth at world juniors
A disappointing fall kept Canada's Mackenzie Bent of Uxbridge, Ont., and Garrett MacKeen of Oshawa, Ont., off the podium at the world junior figure skating championships.
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