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April 05, 1999 | E.M. Swift
Russia may be crumbling, but its skaters increase their international domination
February 04, 2002 | E.M. Swift
Not since 1988 and the thrilling Battle of the Brians, in which Boitano of the U.S. edged Orser of Canada for the gold medal in Calgary, have two male figure skaters been so far ahead of the field and so evenly...
February 06, 2006 | Brian Cazeneuve
The erstwhile Big Red Machine is still a dynamo in the Olympics' most graceful sport
March 01, 2010 | E.M. SWIFT
The U.S.'s Evan Lysacek upset ice skating's status quo—and Vladimir Putin—by jumping to the top of the podium without even attempting a quad
March 10, 2010
The knives were out after the men's final on Day 7, when Evan Lysacek (left) of the U.S. dethroned reigning Olympic champion Evgeni Plushenko (above) in an upset that left the Russian and his supporters—all the way...