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GRACIE GOLD

Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Oct 17, 2019
Skate America kicks off GP season
The senior Grand Prix season gets underway on Friday with Skate America in the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, which is hosting its first-ever GP event.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Sep 5, 2017
Yamashita shines on ice in Salzburg JGP event
Mako Yamashita's favorite color appears to be bronze.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Jan 24, 2017
Chen seen as challenger to Hanyu, Fernandez
Nathan Chen put on quite a show at the U.S. national championships in Kansas City, Missouri, on Sunday.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Jan 17, 2017
Hiwatashi aims for top-eight finish at U.S. nationals
Reigning American junior champion Tomoki Hiwatashi will compete in the senior U.S. nationals for the first time this week when he takes the ice at Kansas City's Sprint Center.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Oct 18, 2016
Uno favored to take title at Skate America
Shoma Uno, the bronze medalist at last year's Grand Prix Final, will make his GP season debut at Skate America in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, this week where he will take on a field headed by rising Chinese star Jin Boyang.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Apr 5, 2016
'Bogus in Boston' robs Miyahara of medal
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Japan Times
Figure Skating
Mar 25, 2016
Nagasu added to U.S. team for worlds
Mirai Nagasu will represent the United States in the upcoming world championships in Boston, U.S. Figure Skating announced on Wednesday. Nagasu, the 2008 U.S. champion, will replace the injured Polina Edmunds.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Dec 8, 2015
Hanyu, Mao look to make history at Grand Prix Final
Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu and three-time world champ Mao Asada will be looking to add to their already illustrious resumes at the Grand Prix Final this week in Barcelona, Spain.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Oct 27, 2015
Lack of strength only thing holding Miyahara back
"Exquisite performance, beautiful skating skills, lovely likeness. When she lands the jumps it's as though the blades are kissing the ice. It's so soft. Hardly any sound."
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Jun 23, 2015
Mao set for Cup of China, NHK Trophy
Three-time world champion Mao Asada's inclusion in the recently released assignments for the Grand Prix season might have come as a surprise to some, especially after it seemed she would take a more deliberate pace with her comeback, but not Ice Time.
Japan Times
Figure Skating
Apr 16, 2015
Hanyu triumphs in men's short program at World Team Trophy
Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu topped the men's short program at the ISU World Team Trophy on Thursday, but was steaming mad at himself for taking a tumble.
Japan Times
Figure Skating / ICE TIME
Dec 9, 2014
Gold's motive for GP Final pullout in question
When you grow up in a country or culture, you can usually tell when somebody from the same place or background is being insincere. The tone of voice and body language often give them away.
Japan Times
Figure Skating
Dec 5, 2014
Hongo set for GP Final
Rika Hongo will replace Gracie Gold at next week's Grand Prix Final after the American withdrew from the event Thursday after being diagnosed with a stress fracture in her left foot.
Japan Times
Figure Skating
Nov 29, 2014
Determined Hanyu books spot in Grand Prix Final by razor-thin margin
Olympic and world champion Yuzuru Hanyu qualified for the Grand Prix Final by the slimmest of margins with a fourth-place finish in the NHK Trophy on Saturday night.
Japan Times
Figure Skating
Nov 28, 2014
Hanyu struggles in short program at NHK Trophy
Olympic and world champion Yuzuru Hanyu returned to competition for the first time since his collision with China's Yan Han three weeks ago and fell twice in his short program at the NHK Trophy on Friday night to end up in fifth place.

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