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Lambiel edges out Takahashi for gold in Torino

Stephane Lambiel of Switzerland narrowly won the Men’s event after narrowly edging out Daisuke Takahashi of Japan. USA’s Evan Lysacek maintained third overall to earn the bronze.

Lambiel had a rough start in his Flamenco routine when he stepped out of a triple Axel and then put his hand down on a quadruple toeloop, but recovered to land six more strong triple jumps. The 2006 Olympic silver medalist also impressed…

Lambiel takes easy lead in Moscow

Lambiel takes easy lead in Moscow

Switzerland’s Stephane Lambiel won the Men’s Short Program, with USA’s Johnny Weir right on his heels. Andrei Griazev of Russia is currently in a distant third by over 10 points.

Coming off a disastrous performance at Cup of China,…

2006 Skate Canada: Men’s Highlights

Stephane Lambiel of Switzerland was the winner in the men’s event, rising from seventh place after the short to win his first Skate America title. Japan’s Daisuke Takahashi and USA’s Johnny Weir settled for silver and bronze respectively.

Short Program

Takahashi pleased the crowd with his routine to Concert for Violin and Orchestra by Tchaikovski, landing a very good triple flip-triple toeloop combination and triple Lutz. The 20-year-old had to hang…

2005 World Figure Skating Championships: Men’s Highlights

The men’s event began with the Qualifying Round (QR) in which 45 entries were divided into two groups. The top 15 competitors from each group proceeded to the Short Program. The segment score for the QR was multiplied by a factor of 0.25 and was then added to the scores of the Short and Long programs for a total score.

Switzerland’s Stephane Lambiel was the surprise winner in the men’s…

Lambiel Continues to Impress

Lambiel Continues to Impress

Three-time Swiss men’s champion, St├ęphane Lambiel, only 18, has made quite a splash at the major championships. He was ninth at his first senior international competition, the 2001 European Championships, and hasn’t looked back since. He finished fourth in 2002 and fifth…

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