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South Korea to file complaint to skating body over Sochi judges

The South Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) will file an official complaint to the International Skating Union about the figure skating judging panel used at the Sochi Games which deemed Kim Yuna's routine only worthy of a silver medal.

Figure Skating: Asada seeks to end on a triple high

It is both her greatest strength and her Achilles heel but Mao Asada will be the only woman at the Sochi Games to attempt at triple Axel, one of the toughest jumps in figure skating.

Figure skating: Gold targets 24 carat prize in Sochi

With her shiny blonde hair pulled into a bun and a name that oozes Hollywood royalty, Gracie Gold already bears all the hallmarks of a champion.

Figure skating: Women's final to prove TV ratings winner

The women's figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics has a special place in the hearts of viewers and the television executives who spend hundreds of millions of dollars buying the rights to...

Figure skating: Lipinski knows it's tough to win at 15

Julia Lipnitskaya has already shown the world what her pint-sized, 15-year-old frame is capable of doing.

Figure skating: Davis-White on track for U.S. history

Meryl Davis and Charlie White again raised the bar as Sunday's spectacular display to a medley of songs from 'My Fair Lady' put them in sight of becoming the first Americans to win the Olympic ice...

Two silvers is as good as gold for Chan

He has already endured one sleepless night thinking about the "split second moments that could have changed everything" and now Patrick Chan fears he may be haunted for years by his failure to win...

Torvill & Dean back in Sarajevo 30 years on

Ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean made an emotional return on Thursday to the venue of their gold medal-winning performance at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, a high point for the...

Canada's Moir says 'we got smoked' by U.S. rivals

Olympic champion Scott Moir ruefully admitted he and ice dance partner Tessa Virtue "got smoked" by rivals and training mates Meryl Davis and Charlie White at the Sochi Games on Sunday.

Scandals left lasting taint: Sale

Jamie Sale said figure skating was still suffering from its tainted past as Meryl Davis and Charlie White got a taste of being in the eye of a judging storm over allegations of an Olympic gold med

Americans unruffled by 'laughable' allegations

Meryl Davis and Charlie White did not lose sleep over what U.S.

Lipnitskaya steals spotlight

A 15-year-old debutante proved that Yevgeny Plushenko is not the only star attraction of the Russian team as Julia Lipnitskaya upset the world order of women's figure skating to put the hosts with

Americans dismiss reports of judging conspiracy

U.S. Figure Skating has strongly denied reports suggesting the United States and Russia are conspiring to help each other win gold medals at the Sochi Olympics.

Davis and White seek gold finale

When a nine-year-old Meryl Davis was first told to hold hands with an eight-year-old Charlie White and look deeply into his eyes while holding his gaze - just thinking about it left her blushing a

Wagner picked for team event ahead of Gold

Ashley Wagner was picked ahead of U.S. Nationals champion Gracie Gold to compete in the women's short program of the team event at the Sochi Games, U.S. Figure Skating said on Friday.

'Old man' Plushenko proves he is no spent force

A self-confessed "old man", Russia's Yevgeny Plushenko said he was happy to be mixing it with the teenagers after silencing the skeptics and thrilling the home crowd as figure skating's team event began on Thursday.

Figure skating-Russians in pole position for team glory

A rousing performance by world pairs champions Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov put hosts Russia in pole position to win the first ever figure skating team event gold medal at the Winter Olymp

American Wagner gambles on 'vicious' new program in Sochi

Controversially gifted a spot on the U.S. Olympic figure skating team despite an error-strewn performance at the national championships, Ashley Wagner decided only radical change would give her shot at the podium in Sochi.

Virtue & Moir ready to gamble

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir belong to an exclusive Olympic club, having won gold on home ice in Vancouver in 2010, but it has not stopped the Canadians rolling the dice again at this month's Sochi

Zoueva ready to gatecrash Russian party

When Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir struck gold at the Vancouver Olympics, their Russian coach Marina Zoueva was spotted gleefully slipping into a Maple Leaf team jacket as she hailed the success of

Figure Skating-Canadian skaters eye gold in new team event

Figure skaters will temporarily put aside their pursuit of individual glory in a new team event debuting at the Sochi Games and Canada's skaters are eager to get their hands on the gold. "It's awesome.

Fernandez chases blades of glory

Should Javier Fernandez discover that his cherished skating boots have gone AWOL when he arrives in Sochi for the Winter Olympics, don't expect him to lose his temper.

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