A Quad Revolution for Chan

Brodie, Rob
August 2010
International Figure Skating;Aug2010, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p10
The article offers information on ice skater Patrick Chan and his participation in figure skating's quad generation. It states that his decision to participate in quad generation is a reaction to the debate that surrounds the jump at the 2010 Olympics. It mentions that Chan has won his second silver medal at the World Figure Skating Championships in March 2010. Chan says that the quad generation is something he likes to do and something to reflect after the season.


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