Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the 2010 Olympic ice dance gold medallists, will not compete this season but aren't yet retiring. The Canadians won silver in Sochi in February and skipped the world championships the next month, with their retirement widely expected. Skate Canada said in a statement Monday that "they are not ruling out future competitions." Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Time to Heal
Canadian Olympian Kaetlyn Osmond will miss the fall figure skating season with a broken right leg. The 18-year-old from Marystown, N.L., underwent surgery on Friday at Misericordia Community Hospital in Edmonton. She was hurt during a practice session when she swerved around another skater and fell, fracturing the fibula in her leg. Full Story.
Madeline Edwards of Port Moody, B.C., and Zhao Kai of Pang of Burnaby, B.C., were second in the short program Saturday at an ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating event.
Americans Rachel Parsons and Michael Parson were first with 55.71 points, just ahead of Edwards and Pang with 55.33. Russians Alla Loboda and Pavel Drodz were third with 52.25. Full Story.
The Canadian Team, without recent Olympic medalists Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir and Patrick Chan, stepped up and won medals this year's World Figure Skating Championships. More...