Johnny Weir is beginning his comeback for the Sochi Olympics in Russia.
Olympic gold medalist Evan Lysacek will travel to Europe as a sports envoy for the United States.
In the third installment of espnW's series following Olympian and U.S. skating champion Rachael Flatt, she discovers her best-laid plans need some adjusting.
In Part II of our series following skating champion and Stanford student Rachael Flatt, she hopes to score well at Skate Canada -- and get her homework done.
Olympic champion Evan Lysacek has dropped out of the Grand Prix Series, including the Skate America event which would have been his first competition since winning at the 2010 Vancouver Games.
In the first of espnW's series following the Olympic-hopeful figure skater, Rachael Flatt works to balance her training with college life at Stanford.
Figure skater Andrei Lutai has pleaded guilty to reckless driving in a New York case that cost him a chance to compete for Russia in the 2010 Olympics.
The IOC approved the inclusion of women's ski jumping and four other new events for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Six countries have put in bids to replace Japan as host of the world figure skating championships following the earthquake and tsunami that killed an estimated 18,000 people.
Olympic champion Evan Lysacek won the 2010 Sullivan Award, becoming the fourth figure skater to be honored as the top amateur athlete in the United States.
Olympic champion ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will miss Skate Canada, their first Grand Prix assignment, after Virtue had surgery to relieve pressure in both calves.
Olympic gold medalist Evan Lysacek is taking some time off. How much time off, he hasn't decided.
Olympic bronze medalist Joannie Rochette was "shocked" at the widespread reaction to her tragedy and her triumph.
Vancouver Olympics silver medalist Evgeni Plushenko says he plans to skate at the 2014 Sochi Games in his native Russia.
Joannie Rochette placed her Olympic medal on her mother's casket and bid farewell Thursday to the woman she called her best friend.
When the earth quaked in Chile, the seismic rings struck a chord with one observer of the Olympic spirit and commercialism on display in Vancouver. The Games got serious.