Olympic figure skating Headlines

  • Gracie Gold back in figure skating, with a long way to go

    Gracie Gold started her journey to get back to the top of figure skating on Friday, and there's a long way to go. Skating competitively for the first time in … Click to Continue

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  • US star Nathan Chen balances life, figure skating glory

    Nathan Chen mostly goes unnoticed when he strolls through the picturesque campus of Yale, and the few times that he can recall happened months ago during his freshman orientation. That's … Click to Continue

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  • US star Nathan Chen balances life, figure skating glory

    Nathan Chen mostly goes unnoticed when he strolls through the picturesque campus of Yale, and the few times that he can recall happened months ago during his freshman orientation. That's … Click to Continue

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  • Kaya Scodelario To Star In Netflix’s Figure Skating Drama Series ‘Spinning Out’

    British actress Kaya Scodelario (The Maze Runner films, Skins) has been tapped for the lead role in Netflix’s drama series Spinning Out in a recasting. She replaces Emma Roberts, who was originally cast but exited shortly thereafter. Spinning Out is set in the world of competitive figure skating. Created by Samantha Stratton (Mr. Mercedes), a former competitive figure skater herself, the series centers on Kat Baker (Scodelario), an up-and-coming, high-level single skater

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  • Figure skating: Chen tops Uno to take gold in Vancouver Grand Prix

    American Nathan Chen overcame an early stumble during his free skate to win the Grand Prix figure skating final on Friday in Vancouver, defeating rival Shoma Uno of Japan to take gold for the second consecutive year.

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  • Olympics: Talk of esports in Olympic Games is premature

    Any discussion to include esports as a medal event at the Olympic Games is premature because of the way the gaming industry is structured, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Saturday.

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  • Olympics: Samsung extends Olympics sponsorship to 2028

    South Korea's Samsung has extended its sponsorship contract with the International Olympic Committee by eight years and will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday.

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  • Olympics: Samsung extends Olympics sponsorship to 2028

    South Korea's Samsung has extended its sponsorship contract with the International Olympic Committee by eight years and will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday.

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  • Olympics: Tokyo organizers lauded for 'diligent' Olympic example

    The "diligent" preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are setting a fine example for future bids, according to International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach.

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  • Olympics: Tokyo organisers lauded for 'diligent' Olympic example

    The "diligent" preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are setting a fine example for future bids, according to International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach.

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  • Here's how we figured out how 'average' each state is

    Dr Project/Shutterstock We recently ranked all 50 US states and Washington, DC based on how average each state was. The ranking was based on 38 social, economic, and demographic measures, mostly from the Census Bureau's 2017 American Community Survey. We measured how far each state was from the average among the states and DC for each of those measures, and added those together to make a combined "averageness" score. We recently ranked all 50 US states and Washington, DC based on how average...

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  • The towering political figures who died in 2018

    REUTERS/Adrees Latif 2018 witnessed the deaths of several internationally-renowned figures who, for the past century, shaped the world's political stage for good or bad. Here are 10 of the most prominent politicians, civil rights leaders, dictators, and activists who passed away this year. George H.W. Bush Matt Sayles, File via AP George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, died at the age of 94 in Houston on November 30th. Bush, who went by “41” to avoid confusion with son and...

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  • Here's how to find out if your coach has been banned by an Olympic organization

    Many parents aren't aware there are lists of banned coaches available to the public. Here are the steps you can take to check on your child's coach.

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  • Has Twitter Finally Figured Out Its Bot Problem?

    If so, how does that affect the company's stock price?

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  • Video Games Won't Be Part of the Paris Olympics

    Including e-sports is "premature," officials say.

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  • Why should we be civil and respectful when a political figure dies?

    They may have been loved by their family but criticising the dead should not be taboo The death of former US president George H.W. Bush has prompted one of those mass amnesia events that occur whenever certain public figures die. For Bush’s fellow politicians and much of the Western media, as well as the bloodless Twitter fanboys for whom all politics is a live-action West Wing episode, his death was a chance to engage in some serious legacy-polishing. Even public figures and news outlets that...

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  • Whither Olympic boxing: Will it be in Tokyo, or not?

    The International Olympic Committee wants boxing to be held at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. That much we know. But IOC President Thomas Bach could not give an ironclad promise on Saturday that it will happen when the Olympics open in just over 20 months. "We want to have the boxing...

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  • Whither Olympic boxing: Will it be in Tokyo, or not?

    TOKYO (AP) - The International Olympic Committee wants boxing to be held at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. That much we know. But IOC President Thomas Bach could not give an ironclad promise on Saturday that it will happen when the Olympics open in just over 20 months. "We want to ...

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