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Patrick Chan leads after Short Program

Patrick Chan leads after Short Program

Quite predictably, it is Patrick Chan (CO) who is at the top of the leader board after the short program and quite predictably, he leads by a sizable margin.

The…

Chan edges out Oda for Grand Prix title

Chan edges out Oda for Grand Prix title

Canada’s Patrick Chan won his first Grand Prix Final title (259.75), while Nobunari Oda of Japan (JPN) slipped to second place (242.81) and his teammate, Takahiko Kozuka, pulled up to win the bronze (237.79).

The final part…

Chan leads men after short program

Chan leads men after short program

Canada’s Patrick Chan captured a confident lead in the Men’s Short Program competition at the 2010 Cup of Russia. The 2010 World Championships silver medalist opened his entertaining routine to Take Five with an excellent quad toe loop – triple…

Show Skating Alive and Well in LA

Show Skating Alive and Well in LA

On a balmy autumn evening, thousands of skating fans filled the Staples Center in Los Angeles to take part in the North American premiere of 2010 All That Skate LA. The show, presented by Olympic Champion Yuna Kim’s management agency AT Sports, gathered an impressive roster of figure skating royalty, and brought them together for a spectacle unlike any other skating show to date.

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Chan wins gold at Four Continents

Chan wins gold at Four Continents

The 2009 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships concluded with the Men’s Long Program.

After winning silver medals in the pairs, dance, and ladies competition, Canada’s hope of winning a…

Chan leads men at Four Continents

Chan leads men at Four Continents

Skaters always dream of that one perfect skate when all of your elements are flawless, the crowd is on your side, and oh yeah – you place first in the competition….

Chan defends Trophee Eric Bompard title

Chan defends Trophee Eric Bompard title

Patrick Chan defended his title after finishing first in the Men’s Long Program with a score of 156.70 and 238.09 points total. Both sums now stand as his new personal best, but they certainly do…

Chan leads men at 2008 Trophee Eric Bompard

Chan leads men at 2008 Trophee Eric Bompard

Canada’s Patrick Chan finished first in the short program with a flawless performance to Tango de los Exilados. The student of Don Laws nailed his jumping passes, which included…

Chan edges out Buttle for Canadian title

Patrick Chan (CO) won the Men’s event with a new record score for Canadian Nationals. The 17-year-old also became the youngest man to ever with the Canadian title. Jeffrey Buttle (NO) placed a close second, while Shawn Sawyer (QC) rose to capture the bronze.

Giving the performance of his lifetime to the Four Seasons, Chan also presented a lesson in how to skate, interpret and perform a long program. All…

Chan catapults to gold in Paris

Chan catapults to gold in Paris

Patrick Chan of Canada was the winner in the Men’s event, while Russia’s Sergei Voronov rose to win the silver. Alban Preaubert of Franc slipped from first to third overall to settle for…

Chan Sets Sights on 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Chan Sets Sights on 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

With the Winter Olympic Games coming to Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada in 2010, the Canadian public is hoping to see some of its own skaters on the podium. It is in men’s figure skating that Canada has its best statistical chance…

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Chan leads junior men in Oberstdorf

Chan leads junior men in Oberstdorf

The second day of the 2007 World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued with the Men’s Short Program in which there were a total of 45 skaters competing from 36 different countries.

The 45 skaters were divided into two groups and a draw…

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