Europe, embrace your new talent: Italy’s Matteo Rizzo

The season before the Olympics, Matteo was a thinnish young man making his World debut in Helsinki – and visiting, on the last day of the event, the cathedrals of the city without having to…

Canada’s Keegan Messing has his eye on the quad Axel

“…I built a downhill ice course in my backyard, complete with jump. And I wasn’t suppose to jump until after Worlds, but I couldn’t resist, and I jumped it, and put it on tape. If…

A journey through Carolina Kostner’s emotions at 2018 Worlds: “4th place is bitter, but it doesn’t define who I am, it doesn’t define my career”

In the press conference room in Milan, at the end of the ladies event, the effervescence among the medalists, the media is really palpable, and rightfully so: Kaetlyn Osmond has just won the first World…

Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron: “Listen to the music. It’s not something easy or obvious to do, but it’s beautiful, uplifting and really inspiring”

This interview with Gabriella and Guillaume is like a Polaroid picture of their season. You can see in it the joy and the relief of finding the perfect music for the free dance, and even…

Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje: “This medal far outweighs gold, silver, bronze, anything! It’s so special, and we’re so happy”

One couldn’t have wished for a better time for this interview. A day after their bronze medal in Milan, when the taste of comeback on the World podium had been savoured, but the enthusiasm and…

EVENTS

FEATURES

Wenjing Sui and Cong Han: remaking of a classic

Wenjing Sui and Cong Han: remaking of a classic

Embed from Getty Images If there were a skating pantheon where the greatest figure skating performances of all time would be included,…

Satoko Miyahara. A long and winding road to come back

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Javier VI, King of Europe

Long after the medal ceremony has ended, when the lights…

INTERVIEWS

A journey into the mind of Javier Fernández: “Skating is a lot about feelings – and, in competition, if you feel good or feel bad, it matters a lot”

A journey into the mind of Javier Fernández: “Skating is a lot about feelings – and, in competition, if you feel good or feel bad, it matters a lot”

Javier Fernández is nothing you might expect. A figure skater champion from Spain? Who knew! One of the strongest contenders for Olympic…

THROUGH THE LENS

Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron and Moonlight Sonata: a symphony of pure, beautiful movements

Gabriella Papadakis, Guillaume Cizeron and Moonlight Sonata: a symphony of pure, beautiful movements

Savouring their success in Moscow, Gabriella Papadakis will share during the press conference with a smile: “It is our fourth gold medal…

Ode to skating, ode to Carolina Kostner

This week in Moscow, Carolina Kostner enters the 14th Europeans…

This is how it all started: Muscovite stories. A photo recap

2017 Rostelecom Cup happened three months ago already – but…

Yuzuru Hanyu in Moscow: start of his road to PyeongChang 2018

With Yuzuru Hanyu having to pull out from NHK Trophy…