Nebelhorn Trophy 2015

Nebelhorn Trophy 2015: Preview

By Olga Fluegge The 47th Nebelhorn Trophy, the second of the 2015-16 ISU Challenger Series events, will be held September 23rd -26th in Oberstdorf, Germany. More »

Misha Ge of Uzbekistan

‘One step at a time’ remains Ge’s main philosophy

What do figure skaters usually do during an offseason? The answer seems obvious: they have some rest and then begin preparation for the next season. Some of them also take part in More »

Anna Gordienko of Moldova

Moldova debuted at international skating stage

By Vladislav Luchianov From 19 to 23 August in Bratislava, Slovakia was held the first stage of the 2015/16 ISU Junior Grand Prix series. It was a debut event at ISU competitions More »

Nebelhorn Trophy 2015: Preview

Nebelhorn Trophy 2015

By Olga Fluegge

The 47th Nebelhorn Trophy, the second of the 2015-16 ISU Challenger Series events, will be held September 23rd -26th in Oberstdorf, Germany.

‘One step at a time’ remains Ge’s main philosophy

Misha Ge of Uzbekistan

What do figure skaters usually do during an offseason? The answer seems obvious: they have some rest and then begin preparation for the next season. Some of them also take part in ice shows. 

But for the 24-year-old Uzbekistani skater Misha Ge this summer was filled with much more activity.

Moldova debuted at international skating stage

Anna Gordienko of Moldova

By Vladislav Luchianov

From 19 to 23 August in Bratislava, Slovakia was held the first stage of the 2015/16 ISU Junior Grand Prix series. It was a debut event at ISU competitions for the Republic of Moldova – a small country located between Ukraine and Romania. The country was presented by 13-year-old Anna Gordienko.

Anna Yanovskaya: “We want to show love beyond understanding”

Anna Yanovskaya and Sergey Mozgov

The 2015 world junior champions in ice dance Anna Yanovskaya and Sergey Mozgov of Russia were in no hurry to move into senior skating and as time has shown, it was a pretty smart move.

Mao Asada to attempt comeback

Mao Asada wins 2013 NHK Trophy

Japan’s figure skating star Mao Asada says she cannot live without skating and has resumed training after a one-year break with the aim of returning to competition.

The 24-year-old silver medallist from the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver said last May she was taking a year off after the Sochi Games to consider her future, adding that she was exhausted and retirement was a 50-50 possibility.

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