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Using their skills in music and math, Tobi Ellis combined both to navigate on the ice, and hopes to be a positive role model for other blind individuals.


Wren Warne-Jacobsen won her second consecutive women’s senior title and Joonsoo Kim won his first senior men's gold at the 2024 U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships & Invitational this past weekend in Richfield, Minnesota.  


U.S. Figure Skating today announced the winners of the 2024-25 Community Development Grants, awarding a combined $12,000 to six recipients who will use the funds to attract, involve and inspire new generations of figure skaters.


Melissa Militano Warkmeister, a three-time U.S. pairs champion and 1972 Olympian, passed away in Las Vegas on Tuesday, July 16. She was 69.


Goku Endo's skating career received an unexpected boost a few years ago when he joined the collegiate team at UCLA. That experience, and the goal of one day competing in front of his grandfather in Japan, has the California native excited about his future on and off the ice. 


Team USA's top athletes will participate in a unique, summer skating show at The Skating Club of Boston August 15 in which they will preview a mix of their new programs for the 2024-25 season.


Nearly 200 collegiate figure skaters from across the country will skate at the premier event of the collegiate figure skating season, the 2024 U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships and Invitational, July 19-21 in Richfield, Minnesota.


The 2024 Excel National Final and Festival concluded Sunday with over 900 skaters traveling back to their home rinks with new knowledge and experience gained at this year’s event, both on and off the ice.


Joelle Simpson has grown up with a passion for skating, first as an individual and now as part of a synchronized skating team.