The International Skating Union (ISU) announced Tuesday the minimum total technical scores required for qualification for its 2014 championship events as well as the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Marina Anissina, the Russian-born skater who won the 2002 Olympic gold medal in ice dancing for France, announced on the Russian TV show "Big Sport" that she's planning a competitive comeback.
YouTube sensation Michael Buckley defeated actress Sean Young and Olympic fencing silver medalist Tim Morehouse at Ice Theatre of New York's Celeb Skate 2013 at New York's Chelsea Piers.
After injuries ended her competitive skating career, Erin Reed discovered her love of the high seas, skating aboard several Royal Caribbean International cruise ships.
Pairs skating legend Randy Gardner has been busy lately with a new project: an app for mobile devices called "The Rink."
The International Skating Union (ISU) announced Monday that U.S. Figure Skating has been awarded a provisional allotment to host the 2016 World Figure Skating Championships, March 28-April 3 at TD Garden in Boston.
Jason Brown will make his senior international debut this fall, and later will attempt to earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. He's keeping a season-long blog for icenetwork.com.
Ice dancer Madison Hubbell, who claimed the 2012 U.S. bronze medal with partner Zach Donohue, relays her everyday exploits and adventures throughout the 2013-14 Olympic season.
Inspired by their silver medal-winning performance at 2013 Challenge Cup, Tarah Kayne and Danny O'Shea are turning to espionage at the USFS pairs camp in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Philip Dulebohn relishes that he and Tiffany Scott still occasionally perform together, even as he steps outside the rink to attempt a slew of business ideas.
Everywhere he goes, Doug Mattis is overwhelmed by the outpouring of excitement for the 10th anniversary production of Skate for Hope, slated for June 15 in Columbus, Ohio.
Kiri Baga and Taylor Toth are one of several young pairs teams learning from top coaches and U.S. champions Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir in Fort Wayne, Ind.
After an enjoyable 15-year career, the always popular Armin Mahbanoozadeh is shifting his focus away from competitive skating and moving on to a new stage of life.
On June 9 at Chelsea Piers, actress Sean Young, fencer Tim Morehouse and vlogger Michael Buckley will skate against each other in front of a slew of distinguished judges.
Reigning Olympic gold medalist and 2013 world champion Yu-Na Kim of Korea headlines an impressive group of skaters scheduled to compete in the 2013 Grand Prix Series.
Evan Lysacek will return to competition at Skate America and will be joined by reigning U.S. champs Ashley Wagner, Max Aaron, Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir, and Meryl Davis and Charlie White.