Madison Chock and Evan Bates earn the ice dance title, helping Team USA take a big lead over South Korea heading into the final day of...
Ice dance world champs Madison Chock and Evan Bates finish first in the rhythm dance at the World Team Trophy. Ilia Malinin holds the lead in...
Led by current world champions in men's and women's singles and pairs, Japan is vying to win the World Team Trophy for the third time.
The French duo held on to their lead after the rhythm dance, exhibiting precision and flair, and prevailed with a world-record score of 229.82 points.
The Japanese partners proceeded through their elements relatively smoothly until Takahashi lost his balance and stumbled on a twizzle in the middle of their program.
Strong performances by Kaori Sakamoto in the women’s free skate and Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara in the pairs free skate secured the historic medal.
American Vincent Zhou and Japanese teenager Mana Kawabe are both in second place heading into the free skate.
“Everything is improving now and technically spiritual,” Uno said. “The most important thing I have practiced is the quadruple salchow.”