Leah Neset/Artem Markelov (USA) celebrated at confident victory as the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued Saturday in Taipei City (TPE) with the Free Dance.
Minkyu Seo won a historic first Junior Men’s World title for Korea as competition wrapped up at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships Saturday in Taipei City (TPE).
Mao Shimada (JPN) claimed her second consecutive ISU World Junior title as the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued in Taipei City (TPE) Friday with the Junior Women’s Free Skating.
Leah Neset/Artem Markelov (USA) took the lead as the Ice Dance competition started with the Rhythm Dance at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships Friday in Taipei City (TPE).
Anastasiia Metelkina/Luka Berulava (GEO) struck gold as the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued in Taipei City (TPE) with the Junior Pairs Free Skating.
Minkyu Seo (KOR) tops the Junior Men’s Short Program as the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued Thursday in Taipei City (TPE).
Jia Shin (KOR) won the Junior Women’s Short Program at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Taipei City (TPE) Wednesday.
Hot favorites Anastasiia Metelkina/Luka Berulava (GEO) skated to a commanding lead as the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships opened Wednesday in Taipei City (TPE) with the Junior Pairs Short Program.
The 2024 ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships confirmed two things: first, the future of the sport is in safe hands after skaters from across the globe captivated the crowds in Gdansk, Poland. And second, Shin Dong Min (KOR) and Wang Ye (CHN) are gold-minted superstars in waiting.
The next generation of young Skaters takes center stage at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships February 27 – March 5 in Calgary, AB (CAN). A total of 179 Skaters/Couples representing 44 ISU Members have been entered for the Championships: 42 Junior Men, 47 Junior Women, 14 Junior Pairs and 31 Junior Ice Dance couples.
The ISU World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships take place at the Hala Olivia, Gdansk, Poland, from February 22-25, 2024. The competitions will award medals over 500m, 1000m and 1500m for both genders, with a 3000m relay for women and a 5000m relay for men, plus a 2000m mixed relay.
When Jordan Stolz (USA) is at a Speed Skating rink, Bob Corby is never far away. A household name in US speed skating in the 1980s, Corby left the sport in the early 1990s, but he decided to lace up his speed skating boots once more, when a 14-year-old kid from Kewaskum, Wisconsin, called him about five years ago. Since then, the now 19-year-old six-time World Champion and his 73-year-old coach are inseparable.
She won titles and a silver medal at the ISU World Speed Skating Single Distances Championships in Calgary (CAN) last weekend, but Irene Schouten (NED) decided to call it quits. “After 15 years of top sports, I have decided to quit.” she said in a personal social media post on Monday morning. The 31-year-old Dutchwoman leaves the sport as one of the all-time greats, having collected three Olympic titles, a World Allround title, eight World Single Distance titles and five European Single Distance titles.
While the Republic of Korea was showing the world it still rules Short Track Speed Skating’s senior level over the weekend, the Asian nation simultaneously signaled its future is bright too as it achieved some sensational results in the sport’s junior ranks at this season’s third and final ISU Junior World Cup in Heerenveen, the Netherlands.
As if it were another day at the office, Jordan Stolz (USA) ticked the last box of his second consecutive triple crown at the ISU World Single Distances Championships in Calgary on Sunday. The 19-year-old American defended his 1500m title after already having retained his 500m and 1000m titles. Earlier on Sunday, Davide Ghiotto (ITA) won his second consecutive 10,000m title, leaving home favorite Ted-Jan Bloemen (CAN) 8.19 seconds behind after 25 laps.