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Summary

  1. Virtue/Moir (Can) win ice dance final
  2. Men's free skating: Hanyu (Jpn) won the men's program and retains world number one position

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All times stated are UK

Ice dance results

1st: Tessa Virtue/Scott Moir (Can)

2nd: Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron (Fra)

3rd: Maia Shibutani/Alex Shibutani (Usa)

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada
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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada

Men's results

1st: Yuzuru Hanyu (Jpn)

2nd: Shoma Uno (Jpn)

3rd: Boyan Jin (Chn)

Yuzuru Hanyu (centre)
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Are there any Brits in action?

There will be no Brits in the men's free skating as Graham Newberry failed to qualify during the Short Program on Thursday.

British duo Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson  were unsuccessful in qualifying for the afternoon ice dance competition.

Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson
Reuters

Looking to start figure skating?

If you've been encouraged to try figure skating, Get Inspired has a guide on how to get started in the sport  available here.

When are the Championships?

The World Figure Skating Championships are taking place from  29 March - 2 April  in Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland.

The World Championships are especially significant in the figure skating world because the event largely determines the number of entries for each country at the 2018 Winter Olympics.