18 August 2000 It is 1999, the World Figure Skating Championships have drawn to a close, and the world is again fumbling for a way to explain Russia’s dominant display in Helsinki. Far from the slow disintegration of the country’s figure skating program predicted after the breakup of the Soviet Union, the Russians had skated […]

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