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  • Osmond leads after short program at figure skating nationals


    ?Kaetlyn Osmond took a big step Friday in her quest to unseat defending Canadian figure skating champion Alaine Chartrand, scoring 81.01 points to sit first after the women’s short program in Ottawa.

  • 'Old' Patrick Chan marvels at his younger self on eve of Canadian championship


    Patrick Chan was just 16 years old the last time he skated on the TD Place Arena Ice, finishing seventh at the Canadian figure skating championship. He won gold two years later, the first of eight Canadian senior titles he would reel off as one of the country's most decorated and dominant skaters.

  • Vancouver to host 2018 Canadian figure skating championships

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    Canadian figure skating championships will be held is Jan. 8-14 at the University of British Columbia's Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre. It will also determine the teams for the next year's world championships, ISU Four Continents championships, and world junior championships.

  • Canadian figure skating championships: Who will step up?


    Figure skating analyst Pj Kwong previews all four events at the Canadian championships, where one thing hasn't changed in more than a century: it's still about rising to the occasion on competition day.

  • Top 10 Canadian figure skating champions


    As the country's best do battle this week in Ottawa, figure skating analyst Pj Kwong makes her picks for the greatest Canadian champions of all time.

  • Patrick Chan looks to rebound at national championships


    Making Canadian figure skating history at the national championship isn't as important to Patrick Chan as recovering his morale.

  • U.S. men's figure skating champ withdraws from nationals

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    Adam Rippon broke his left foot late last week while preparing to defend his U.S. figure skating title, an injury that could keep him off the ice for up to three months. 2014 Olympian Polina Edmunds also will miss nationals.

  • Canadian Olympic ice dancers Alexandra Paul, Islam retiring

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    Ice dancers Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam, members of Canada's team at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, have decided to call it a competitive career.

  • Olympic sports roundup: Long wait is over for Virtue & Moir


    It was a jam-packed weekend of high-performance sport around the world, with many Canadian athletes in action, including Canadian ice dance superstars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir capturing the only major title that was missing from their illustrious career.

  • Virtue & Moir finally snag elusive Grand Prix Final title

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    Canadian ice dance duo Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir finally got the win that had eluded them over their illustrious careers at the ISU Grand Prix Final figure skating competition in Marseille, France, on Saturday.

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