Four years after they were erased by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world figure skating championships are heading back to Montreal. The International Skating Union provisionally awarded the 2024 event to Montreal on Thursday
Calgary has been chosen to host the 2023 ISU world junior figure skating championships. The event will run Feb. 27-March 5 at WinSport Arena at Canada Olympic Park.
Two-time world pairs champion Eric Radford is coming out of retirement. The 36-year-old, who won two world figure skating titles and an Olympic bronze medal for Canada in 2018 with Meagan Duhamel, will skate with Vanessa James next season.
In a season all but erased by COVID-19, a handful of Canadian figure skaters will have one last chance to compete at this week's World Team Trophy in Osaka, Japan. Nam Nguyen and Roman Sadovsky are the men's singles skaters, Alison Schumacher and Gabrielle Daleman will compete in women's singles.
Fresh off his third consecutive world title, Nathan Chen will lead the U.S. squad at next month's World Team Trophy, where he will face off again with two-time Olympic gold medallist Yuzuru Hanyu.
Roman Sadovsky won the virtual Skate Canada Challenge, his only competition in a season erased by COVID-19.