Alysa Liu wins Nebelhorn Trophy and earns third spot for the U.S. at Olympics

Two-time United States national champion Alysa Liu celebrated a third victory, at the 2021 Nebelhorn Trophy, in her debut international senior level season and completed her task of securing a third spot for her country, in the women’s discipline, at the 2022 Winter Olympics. The 16-year-old Californian popped her opening axel attempt but completed theContinue reading “Alysa Liu wins Nebelhorn Trophy and earns third spot for the U.S. at Olympics”

Alysa Liu leads after short program at Nebelhorn Trophy

Two-time national champion Alysa Liu is attempting to earn the United States a third spot in the 2022 Winter Olympics and is heading in the right direction as she leads the final qualifying competition – the 2021 Nebelhorn Trophy – after the short program. The 16-year-old American began her performance with a successful double axelContinue reading “Alysa Liu leads after short program at Nebelhorn Trophy”

Alysa Liu wins at Lombardia Trophy

This weekend, two-time U.S. national champion Alysa Liu won her second senior level international competition in Bergamo, Italy. A winner of the Cranberry Cup International last month, the 16-year-old took the gold medal in her first International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition today – the Lombardia Trophy. Liu landed a triple axel to startContinue reading “Alysa Liu wins at Lombardia Trophy”

Alysa Liu leads at Lombardia Trophy after short program

At the first International Skating Union (ISU) Challenger Series competition of the 2021-2022 season, the Lombardia Trophy, two-time United States national champion Alysa Liu was first in the short program event and will have a twelve-point lead heading into the free skate event to decide the winner. Already a winner at the Cranberry Cup InternationalContinue reading “Alysa Liu leads at Lombardia Trophy after short program”

Alysa Liu wins Cranberry Cup International

Two-time United States national champion Alysa Liu celebrated her first win in an international senior level competition this weekend – she was the best in both the short program and the free skate, and took the gold medal in Norwood, Massachusetts. The 16-year-old opened her second performance at the 2021 Cranberry Cup International with aContinue reading “Alysa Liu wins Cranberry Cup International”

Alysa Liu leads after short program at Cranberry Cup International

Two-time United States national champion Alysa Liu took the lead of the women’s event after the short program at the Cranberry Cup International – the first international figure skating competition of the 2021-2022 season. The 16-year-old earned a total score of 71.42 points in her first international senior level competition and sits more than fourContinue reading “Alysa Liu leads after short program at Cranberry Cup International”

U.S. Figure Skating Championship moved to Las Vegas

The 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championship, originally scheduled to take place in San Jose, California, has been moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. U.S. Figure Skating successfully applied a bubble-style format for all athletes, coaches, judges, and other essential personnel at the first stage of the ISU Grand Prix series – Skate America. Therefore, the organizationContinue reading “U.S. Figure Skating Championship moved to Las Vegas”