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2017 Worlds: the illustrated story of the men’s event

Three-year distance from his first gold medal at Worlds, Yuzuru Hanyu got crowned again – in the presence of thousands of fans and their loud enthusiasm in Hartwall Arena in Helsinki. It was sheer joy…

The Big Moments of the Worlds in Boston – and the little (but relevant) stories among them

Let’s start with that: close your eyes for a couple of seconds – and think about the biggest moments of this year’s edition of the Worlds. What do you see? I see (and almost hear)…

2015 Skate America: Highlights, Emotions, Remarkable Firsts. And a Bonus Prize from Inside Skating

The first Grand Prix event of the season, Progressive Skate America in Milwaukee, will enter history – the official history of the 2015/2016 skating season, but also the personal histories of the competitors – precisely…

2015 Junior Worlds: will it be gold for Shoma Uno in Tallinn?

The 17-year-old Japanese came to Tallinn, at the fourth Junior Worlds of his career, carrying a couple of aces up in his sleeve: a seasons best of 256.45 points, achieved at 2015 Four Continents, and…

Shoma Uno: the story of a triumph

Japanese junior champion Shoma Uno skated a gorgeous free program in Barcelona a few nights ago, winning the gold medal at his first participation in the Junior Grand Prix Final. This is the story of…