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Ice Dance: Grand Finale

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.

Men's Final

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.

Men's Recap

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.

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Men's Short Program

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.

Adam Rippon

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.

Rippon: I stand by what I said

Openly gay American figure skater Adam Rippon gave an impassioned news conference after his routine helped the U.S. earn a bronze medal.

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Tonya Harding in the news

Janney and Everett preview 'I, Tonya'

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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.

AP Photo/Larry Salzman

Medal Tracker

Total Medal Leaders
  • 39
    NOR
  • 31
    GER
  • 29
    CAN
  • Gold
    14
    NOR
    GER14
    CAN11
  • Silver
    14
    NOR
    GER10
    CAN8
  • Bronze
    11
    NOR
    CAN10
    OAR9
Total Medal Leaders
  • 5
    Bjørgen
    Bjørgen
  • 4
    Kalla
    Kalla
  • 4
    Nilsson
    Nilsson
  • Gold
    3
    Klæbo
    Klæbo
    Fourcade3
    Bjørgen2
  • Silver
    3
    Kalla
    Kalla
    Bolshunov3
    Nilsson2
  • Bronze
    2
    Bjørgen
    Bjørgen
    Johansson2
    Bescond2

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