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  • Picture this: Russian hugging Russian skater she judged

    Picture this: Russian hugging Russian skater she judged
    SOCHI, Russia — The image of a woman Korean television identified as Russian judge Alla Shekhovtseva hugging Russian gold medalist Adelina Sotnikova is being circulated as alleged evidence of a conspiracy to defeat South Korea’s Yuna Kim in the women’s Olympic figure skating event that ended Thursday.
  • Patrick Chan: a skater for all seasons

    Patrick Chan: a skater for all seasons
    The summer season in Olympic sports has yet to end -- witness the Pan American Games, a multi-sports event of summer disciplines, which runs until Oct. 30 -- yet the winter sports season arrives this weekend. The alpine ski World Cup has its...

    The bottom line: Lysacek, U.S. Skating both losing in dispute between them

    The bottom line: Lysacek, U.S. Skating both losing in dispute between them
    Just before he began preparing for a comeback into competitive figure skating, reigning Olympic men's champion Evan Lysacek switched agents from International Management Group to Creative Artists Agency. And CAA, long known as one of the most powerful...

    Silver anniversary of a golden moment

    Silver anniversary of a golden moment
    It was Feb. 20, 1988, a Saturday night in Calgary, where the first week of the Winter Olympics was ending.  And the figure skating event called “The Battle of the Brians,” had reached its final round. The champion would be whichever Brian...

    Smell of reputation judging lingers over skate worlds

    Smell of reputation judging lingers over skate worlds
    LONDON, Ontario. -- After covering figure skating for 33 years, you learn to accept the partly subjective nature of judging in the sport. That does not make the “reputation judging” that falsified the men’s and pairs results at the...