U.S. skaters left last week's World Figure Skating Championships empty-handed, but the event wasn't a total loss for the Americans.
With future world spots on the line and wide-open races in the men's and ladies' competitions, we break down what you should watch for at this week's World Figure Skating Championships.
After losing out on a chance to compete at the Sochi Olympics, Max Aaron is looking for some redemption at this week's World Figure Skating Championships.
There is always controversy when it comes to figure skating and the Olympics. Here's why Vancouver should be no different.
As the figure skating season kicks off this weekend at Skate America, Amy Rosewater gives you a few men's and women's skaters to watch.
Kristi Yamaguchi has won at every level imaginable. But come Monday, the world might forget about all of her figure skating accolades. Why? Because "Dancing with the Stars" awaits.
Congratulations, Mirai Nagasu and Rachel Flatt. You placed 1-2 at nationals. Your reward? No trip to the worlds. Why? Because of an inane age limit rule that needs to be tossed.
Despite being the reigning national champion, Kimmie Meissner isn't a given at this year's event in St. Paul. Amy Rosewater previews the women's field.
Will change be good for Evan Lysacek? Can Belbin and Agosto finally win gold? They're just a few of the stories you need to follow this season in figure skating.
This figure skating season goes beyond Lysacek and Meissner. Here are Amy Rosewater's skaters to watch for the upcoming season.
Amy Rosewater takes a look at the women who could dethrone Kimmie Meissner at this week's World Figure Skating Championships.
No one expected Kimmie Meissner to win last year's worlds. No one is expecting her to repeat the title, either. Amy Rosewater says the underdog tag suits Kimmie just fine.
Hot off her U.S. nationals win, Kimmie Meissner landed three endorsement deals with Subway, Under Armour, Inc., and Visa.
Amy Rosewater says enough. Yes, Kwan and Cohen were not at the nationals, and we all survived. It's time to give the new generation a chance.
Anyone who predicted the outcome in the pairs skating competition must start up a psychic hotline.
In skating, it's Lysacek vs. Weir for 2010. It's the battle of the clean-cut, classical skater (Lysacek) and the eccentric, and often over-the-top performer (Weir). The spinning --- on and off the ice --- is in full swing.