MOSCOW (AP) — The International Skating Union says competitions at February's Olympics were marred by biased judging in favor of China, the next Winter Olympic host nation.
MOSCOW — The capital of the world’s first communist country has become a study in contradictions on the eve of Eastern Europe’s first World Cup.
SEVILLE, Spain (AP) — The International Skating Union has passed a series of technical reforms for figure skating, among them limiting the number of high-scoring quad jumps in individual free skates.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin says it would be "impossible" to fire Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko for being accused of covering up doping by Russian athletes.
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Sochi's World Cup stadium is a spectacular, sweeping structure on the Black Sea coast, but few locals have seen inside. In fact, the Fisht Olympic Stadium hasn't hosted a game in nearly a year.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's World Cup is spread across 12 stadiums in 11 host cities. They range from St. Petersburg, which is so far north that the sun doesn't set on some summer days, to Sochi and its subtropical climate on the Black Sea coast.
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — World champion Kaetlyn Osmond of Canada is skipping this year's ISU Grand Prix events.
MOSCOW (AP) — For President Vladimir Putin, the World Cup marks a moment of pride, a long-sought opportunity to showcase Russia's achievements and bolster its international prestige. The Russian leader has made security of the tournament the top priority, ordering an array of measures to fen…
DENVER (AP) — Colorado leaders plan to pursue the Winter Olympics — but only if voters back the idea.
MOSCOW (AP) — Fencing champion Stanislav Pozdnyakov was elected president of the Russian Olympic Committee on Tuesday after its previous leader stepped down following years of doping scandals.