Russia's Zagitova grabs gold in figure skating
Alina Zagitova, 15, edged friend and rival Evgenia Medvedeva after a thrilling free skate in Gangneung, South Korea on Friday, to give the Olympic Athletes of Russia team its first gold medal of these Games.
Rivals, friends, record-breakers: Virtue and Moir pushed to new heights
Canadian pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won a record third Olympic gold medal, and they were pushed every step of the way by their training partners, Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France.
Virtue, Moir win ice dancing gold for Canada
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the gold medal in ice dance for Canada at the Pyeongchang Olympics, becoming the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history with their third gold and fifth medal overall.
French ice dancers shake off costume mishap
Even with her top coming unhooked, French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis and her partner, Guillaume Cizeron, continued their routine rather than risk a five-point penalty. They scored 81.93 points, good for second place heading into Tuesday.
A star reborn: Mirai Nagasu reclaims her Olympic story
Hanyu repeats as men's figure skating champ
In a historic night on the ice, Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu became the first repeat Olympic gold medalist in men's singles since Dick Button in 1952. Nathan Chen, who made his own history with six quads, finished fifth.
Chen's 6-quad showcase not enough for medal
American figure skater Nathan Chen rallied from a disastrous short program with a historic free skate at the Pyeongchang Olympics, but he couldn't reach the final podium, finishing fifth overall.
Nathan Chen redeems himself with quadruple jumps
ESPN's Julie Foudy and Elaine Teng discuss the men's free-skating finals, which saw some historic moments.
The joy -- and then disappointment -- for Ross Miner
Hours after he placed second at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships -- a highlight of his career -- Ross Miner got the news that he wasn't going to Pyeongchang. We join him at home as he watches his teammates compete in South Korea.
For Nathan Chen, this is not how it was supposed to go
After a horrible short-program performance, Chen is closer to last place in the standings than he is to a gold medal in men's figure skating.
Behind Adam Rippon's charm is a man on a skating mission
Despite being one of the oldest U.S. debutante skaters ever, Adam Rippon enters Friday's short program with confidence, candor, a sense of humor -- and a desire to make up for lost time.
U.S. teen Zhou first to land Olympic quad lutz
Vincent Zhou became the first figure skater to land a quad lutz in Olympic competition when the 17-year-old American hit the four-rotation jump leading into a triple toe loop to open his short program.
Figure skating’s quad king Nathan Chen is ready for Olympic gold
Flawless Savchenko, Massot capture pairs gold
Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot scored 159.31 points in their program set to music by Armand Amar, catapulting them from fourth place into Germany's first pairs gold since 1952.
Knierims heavy-hearted after Florida shootings
Alexa Scimeca-Knierim said she told partner Chris Knierim "he'd need to be so much stronger than me" when they took the ice to skate in pairs Thursday, shortly after learning about the Florida high school shootings.
Here are a pair of North Korean figure skaters who belong
North Koreans Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik, the only athletes from their country to qualify for these Pyeongchang Games on merit, skated the program of their lives and qualified for the free skate.
Canada takes gold, U.S. bronze in team skate
Canada got some measure of revenge for their Sochi finish by taking gold in the team skate competition, followed by Russia (silver) and the United States (bronze).
U.S.'s Nagasu lands triple axel to make history
California native Mirai Nagasu is the first American woman to land a triple axel in Olympic competition.
Bradie Tennell didn't come from nowhere to Pyeongchang -- she came from determination
Some think Tennell burst onto the figure skating scene, but it was more like a grind back from a vertebrae injury to shine for Team USA in the team skate.
Figure skating needs uniforms!
It's time to ditch the costumes that we see every year at the Winter Olympics and get the figure skaters of the world a uniform.
Janney and Everett preview 'I, Tonya'
Tonya Harding and the triple axel club
Tonya Harding made history in 1991 when she became the second woman to land a triple axel in international competition. She remains just one of eight to have achieved the jump -- so who joins her in this elite club? We found out.
Figure Skating in Detroit is aiming to change the color of the sport
This girls-only program uses figure skating to build self-esteem and academic achievement.
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American skier Mikaela Shiffrin wants to compete in all five individual events at Beijing Olympics
American skier Mikaela Shiffrin is considering competing five events at the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.
Five-time Paralympian Oksana Masters continues to defy the odds
With 100 days until the Tokyo Paralympics, multisport Paralympian Oksana Masters underwent surgery to remove a tumor on her leg. Masters caught up with ESPN to detail her journey to Tokyo and how she managed to claim two gold medals.
Husband arrested in connection to Kenya runner Agnes Tirop's death
Kenyan police have arrested the husband of Olympic distance runner Agnes Tirop as the investigation into her death continues.
Allyson Felix, Jordan Larson named Sportswomen of the Year; Naomi Osaka earns Courage Award
The Women's Sports Foundation honored Olympians Allyson Felix and Jordan Larson as Sportswomen of the Year, while Naomi Osaka earned the Wilma Rudolph Courage Award.
Police call for Agnes Tirop's husband to come forward
Kenyan police said on Thursday they were asking the husband of distance runner Agnes Tirop, a two-time World Championship bronze medallist who was found dead at her home, to come forward.
Tour de France 2022 route: Wind, cobbles and brutal mountaintop finishes makes for treacherous race
Tour de France organisers have designed a highly treacherous route for the men's 2022 edition which will feature rides in gusting winds, cobblestones and punishing mountain stages.