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USOPC, NBC Announce Team USA Champions Series

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee will have four sports spotlighted as part of the Team USA Champions Series presented by Xfinity, with broadcast coverage on NBC or NBCSN as part of the buildup toward the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo and the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. Among the events scheduled Continue Reading

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San Jose, Nashville, to Host 2021, 2022 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

U.S. Figure Skating has named San Jose, California, as the host of the 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships, and Nashville as the host for the 2022 event. The 2021 championships will be staged January 11–17, and will be held in San Jose for the fourth time. The 2022 championships will take place January 3–9 Continue Reading

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U.S. Figure Skating Signs Official Cruise Line Partner

American Cruise Lines has been named the official cruise line of U.S. Figure Skating and will start its affiliation as the presenting sponsor of 2019 Skate America, October 18–20, in Las Vegas. The one-year partnership is the first between the two organizations. 2019 Skate America, which will be staged at Orleans Arena, is the first Continue Reading

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Former UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi, whose perfect 10 floor routine last year was a viral internet sensation, is among those who have committed to compete at the inaugural Aurora Games in August in Albany, New York. Associated Press/Ben Liebenberg

Aurora in Albany in August

Named after the Roman goddess of the dawn and conceived as a way to celebrate women’s sports, the inaugural Aurora Games are scheduled to take place August 20–25 in Albany, New York. The sports festival will feature more than 125 professional athletes competing in six sports—basketball, tennis, figure skating, gymnastics, ice hockey and beach volleyball—on Continue Reading

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