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09/16/2021

It was one of the most spectacular showdowns in the history of the figure skating — two men, both named Brian, competing for Olympic gold in arguably one of the tightest decisions that the sport has ever seen.

09/13/2021

For nearly eight decades, the children, grandchildren and now great-grandchildren of the late Dr. Hugh C. and Helen Graham have competed in the sport of figure skating, with some going on to become high-ranking officials and judges.

09/09/2021

When Dr. Tenley Albright was first learning how to figure skate, World War II was raging and gas rationing meant that driving to a rink wasn’t a decision to be made lightly.

09/09/2021

Voices From The Ice invites members to share the stories of their skating journeys or experiences of resilience on or off the ice.

08/31/2021

For Michael Solonoski and Starr Andrews, the answer is found within lyrics set to a melody. Both sing and have used their vocal abilities to enhance their performances on the ice.

08/25/2021

In the August-September issue of SKATING magazine, we look back at those skaters and moments which made the 1980s memorable.

08/19/2021

American ladies have been trailblazers in the sport of figure skating, finding ways to stay at the forefront of a sport that is always pushing the limits of what is possible.

08/13/2021

In a sensational debut, Michael Solonoski proves that tricks aren’t just for kids.

08/06/2021

Roger F. Turner Jr., son of seven-time U.S. champion (1928-1934) and two-time Olympian (1928, 1932) Roger Turner, took many photographs of skating competitions and gatherings at Skridsco Pond (aka Turner Pond) in Walpole, Massachusetts.

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