Almost a week after competing in pairs figure skating, Canadians Jamie Sale and David Pelletier received gold medals Sunday. The IOC and international skating union decided Friday to award additional golds to the Canadians, who are now co-champions with the Russian team of Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze.
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Monday, Feb. 18
ISU council votes to scrap skating judging system
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Saturday, Feb. 16 Canadian pair to receive golds on Sunday
French skating officials urge cleanup
Friday, Feb. 15 Canadian pair to get gold medals; judge suspended
Le Gougne at the heart of scandal
Russian official indignant at scandal
Skaters have mixed reaction to Canadians receiving gold
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Video Box: SI's Brian Cazaneuve defines factors in IOC's ruling.
Video Box: Former judge chats about sport's subjective nature.
Thursday, Feb. 14 Canadian official asks panel to award a second gold
ISU head says he won't speed up process
Video Box: Berezhnaya, Sikharulidze appear on Larry King Live.
Wednesday, Feb. 13 ISU says it can't change pairs results
French official says judge was pressured
Video Box: Sale and Pelletier appear on Larry King Live.
Video Box: Kerrigan provides her perspective on the controversy.
Video Box: IFS's Lund: ISU can't change outcome.
Tuesday, Feb. 12 ISU launches inquiry into pairs judging
Canadians furious over controversial pairs decision
Pelletier considers quitting skating after controversy
Video Box: Canadian skaters react to the judging controversy.
Monday, Feb. 11 Russians Berezhnaya, Sikharulidze take gold in pairs
Sale, Sikharulidze crash in warmups
Russian victory stuns television broadcasters