5 Issues You Ought to Know: The US Determine Skating Championships are again in Greensboro this week, in line with native information

“We’re very excited about this championship that we’re bringing back to Greensboro,” said LeDuc. “We’ve both competed there before, but the last time we competed against each other. … Greensboro is a great ice skating town and we look forward to the crowds and seeing all of our friends. “


Speaking of Nathan Chen, can someone catch the 20-year-old star?

Since ranking eighth here in 2015, Chen has ranked third, first, first, and first among nationals. On the way, he won a bronze medal at the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang and gold medals at the 2018 and 2019 World Championships.

He’s coming to Greensboro, a strong favorite for a fourth straight title.

But he also balances skating with his sophomore year as a full-time student at Yale specializing in statistics and data science. He trains alone while the Ivy League school is in session.

And he’s had a two week battle with the flu.

Between the illness and the limited exercise time, Chen said he did not plan to do quad-toe loop or quad-lutz jumps in Greensboro.

“I’ve been a little under the weather for the past few weeks,” said Chen. “So I’m really just trying to get my health back to 100 percent. Apart from that, trying to advance technology is not my goal here. It’s about maintaining my body, maintaining my health and preparing for the second half of the (international) season. “

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