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Fernandez tops men’s podium at Skate Canada; makes history

Fernandez tops men’s podium at Skate Canada; makes history

Javier Fernández of Spain became the first skater of his country ever to win an ISU Grand Prix event when he topped the podium at Skate Canada Saturday in Windsor. Canada’s two-time World champion Patrick Chan trailed him…

2012 Nebelhorn Trophy

2012 Nebelhorn Trophy

The 44th Nebelhorn Trophy took place September 27-29, 2012, in Obsertdorf, Germany at Eislaufzentrum Oberstdorf. Approximately 100 skaters/teams representing 31 countries competing in the Men, Ladies, Pairs, and Ice Dance disciplines in this annual international senior event.

From left to Right: Caydee Denney and John Coughlin (USA), Tatiana Volosozhar…

Abbott snags gold at Cup of China

Abbott snags gold at Cup of China

The Men’s free skating at Cup of China on Saturday wasn’t pretty but at least exciting. In the end, only one skater was in the same place as in the short program. USA’s Jeremy Abbott was ranked third in both segments but clinched the…

Oda first after Men’s short; Chan second

Oda first after Men’s short; Chan second

Japan’s Nobunari Oda currently lead the men after the Short Program, followed closely by Patrick Chan of Canada and teammate Daisuke Takahashi.

The main lesson of the Men’s Short Program competition in Beijing is ‘quads are back in…

Golden Start for the Samurai into the Olympic year

Golden Start for the Samurai into the Olympic year

Nobunari Oda has had a golden start into the Olympic season. The Japanese Champion won his two Grand Prix events – Trophée Bompard in mid October and Samsung Anycall Cup of China…

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2006 Skate America: Men’s Highlights

Skate America was the first of six events of the ISU Grand Prix series and was held at the Hartford Civic Center, Oct 26-29, in Hartford, Conn. Over 60 skaters from 15 different countries competed for points and monies totaling $180,000 in U.S. dollars. The points go toward qualification for the Grand Prix Final, to which the top six competitors in points standings from each discipline will be invited…

2005 World Junior Figure Skating Championships: Men’s Highlights

Nobunari Oda of Japan was the gold medal winner in the men’s event, while France’s Yannick Ponsero won the silver. The bronze went to Sergei Dobrin of Russia.

The men’s event began with the Qualifying Round (QR). The qualifying round did not impact the final score in this event. It’s purpose was to determine which of the 30 (of 40) competitors would proceed to the Short Program.

Short Program

Skating to Played-A-Live…