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2023 U.S. Championships

The 2023 U.S. Championships (junior and senior) take place in San Jose, California, Jan. 24-29. A total of 123 skaters qualified through sectional competitions (singles),  the U.S. Pairs and Ice Dance Finals or with a bye due to their placement at the 2022 Championships or having received international assignments this season.

New champions will be crowned in the men′s and women′s competitions with Ilia Malinin and Isabeau Levito heading into this event as the favorites to take the titles.

After sitting out the first half of the season, Jason Brown is returning to competition in San Jose. This will be his 12th appearance at a U. S. Championships. He along with Camden Pulkinen are top bets for podium finishes in San Jose.

Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier will be chasing a second national pairs title. The team was forced to withdraw from the 2022 Championships due to Frazier catching COVID. They will have no challengers at this competition. It will be interesting to see who will step up to claim the silver and bronze medals. 

In ice dance, Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker have withdrawn citing the need to focus on their mental/physical health. Madison Chock and Evan Bates will be in a class of their own as they vie for a fourth crown. Bates will make U.S. history with a podium finish, which would be his 13th. Who will claim the other two steps on the podium will be a battle given the depth of U.S. ice dance.

The teams for Four Continents, the World Junior Championships and the World Championships will be named at the conclusion of the event. 

No official live stream is available for this competition other than where Peacock is available. Check your local listings for speciality channel times. For U.S. and Canadian fans, there will be a mix of live coverage and highlight recaps on the main NBC network:

Jan. 27:  8-11 p.m Jan, 28: 2:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 29:  3 – 6 p.m.

 

START ORDERS/RESULTS

EVENT SCHEDULE

MEN FREE – LIVE STREAM

JSPORTS LIVE STREAM (Japan)

PRACTICE GROUPS

WORLD CLOCK

 

2023 Four Continents team:

Men: Maxim Naumov, Jimmy Ma, Liam Kapeikis
Alternates: Tomoki Hiwatashi, Yaroslav Paniot, Samuel Mindra

Women: Isabeau Levito, Bradie Tennell, Amber Glenn
Alternates: Starr Andrews, Lindsay Thorngren, Gracie Gold

Pairs: Emily Chan/Spencer Howe, Ellie Kam/Danny O’Shea, Valentina Plazas/Maximiliano Fernandez
Alternates: 
Katie McBeath/Nathan Bartholomay, Maria Mokhova/Ivan Mokhov

Ice Dance: Madison Chock/Evan Bates, Caroline Green/Michael Parsons, Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko
Alternates: Emilea Zingas/Vadym Kolesnik, Emily Bratti/Ian Somerville, Eva Pate/Logan Bye

2023 World Championships team:

Men: Ilia Malinin, Jason Brown, Andrew Torgashev* (needs TES minimums)
Alternates: Camden Pulkinen, Maxim Naumov, Jimmy Ma

Women: Isabeau Levito, Bradie Tennell, Amber Glenn
Alternates: Starr Andrews, Lindsay Thorngren, Ava Ziegler

Pairs: Alexa Knierim/Brandon Frazier, Emily Chan/Spencer Howe, Ellie Kam/Danny O’Shea
Alternates: 
Anastasiia Smirnova/Danil Siianytsia, Valentina Plazas/Maximiliano Fernandez, Katie McBeath/Nathan Bartholomay

Ice Dance: Madison Chock/Evan Bates, Kaitlin Hawayek/Jean-Luc BakerCaroline Green/Michael Parsons
Alternates: Christina Carreira/Anthony Ponomarenko, Emilea Zingas/Vadym Kolesnik, Emily Bratti/Ian Somerville

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