Friday, February 10th –World Arena– Colorado Springs, Colo.
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Day two at the Four Continents Championships will bring a conclusion to the men’s competition and the start of the ladies’. Yesterday, despite issues on his quad, Partick Chan build a comfortable lead heading into a long program where he has mentioned doing two quads. Surprise Takahito Mura, despite a fifth place finish in the Japanese Championships, is in second place aided by a quad-triple combination that earned him 15.97 points for his short program. Americans Ross Miner and Adam Rippon are in sixth and seventh respectively while Richard Dornbush is in 13th.
The ladies will begin their short program at 12:50 p.m. MT and there is a lot of intrigue in their competition.
How will Ashley Wagner skate in her first performance as U.S. champion?
Will the home ice advantage help Colorado Springs resident Agnes Zawadzki?
Will Caroline Zhang build off her strong performance in San Jose and throw down another great skate in Colorado Springs?
How will Mao Asada look in an international competition before a shot at a third World title?
Who will emerge with a spot in Nice for Canada? Amelie Lacoste or Cynthia Phaneuf?
Watch live on icenetwork.com or on Universal Sports to find out the answers to all these questions.