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Adam wins Silver in Italy
April 3, 2013 - Adam won the Senior Men's Free skate and the silver medal at Gardena Spring Trophy. He also debuted his new long program for the 2013-2014 season, and you can watch it here. Nine FS action photos have been added to the Gallery.
Adam set to compete at Gardena Spring Trophy
Adam "feeling healthy, happy and ready" for Nationals
Adam announces coaching change
September 11, 2012 - Adam announced today he has commenced training with Olympic and World coach Rafael Arutyunyan in Lake Arrowhead, Calif. Last season, he trained with Jason Dungjen and Yuka Sato in Detroit.
Adam named to 2012 World Championship Team
January 29, 2012 — Following a silver medal performance at the U.S. Championships in San Jose, Calif., Adam was named to the U.S. teams for the Four Continents Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., and the World Championships in Nice, France. It is the first time Adam has made the World team without being a replacement athlete.
En route to his first ever senior medal at nationals, Adam finished second in the short program (82.94 points) and second in the free skate (157.93). He placed second overall with a personal best 240.87.
Adam fourth at Trophee Eric Bompard
November 17, 2011 — Despite a third place finish in the free skate, Adam finished fourth overall at Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris, France, with 217.89 points. He was fourth in the short program (72.96) and scored 144.93 in his free skate.
Adam just off the podium in Mississauga, Canada
October 29, 2011 — Adam opened his season with a fourth place finish at Skate Canada in Mississauga, Canada. He was fourth in the short program (72.89 points) and fourth in the free skate (145.08) for 217.97 overall.
He competes next at Trophee Eric Bompard, another event on the 2011 Grand Prix series. Adam won his first Grand Prix medal, a bronze medal, at 2009 Trophee Eric Bompard.
Adam headed to Canada, France for the Grand Prix
June 27, 2011 — Adam has received two assignments for the 2011 Grand Prix series. He will first compete October 27-30 at Skate Canada in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, then head to Trophee Eric Bompard, November 18-20, in Paris, France.
Adam has competed at both events previously. In 2010, Adam won the bronze medal at Skate Canada. His first Grand Prix medal came in 2009 when he was third at Trophee Eric Bompard.
Adam relocates to train with Jason Dungjen in Detroit
June 15, 2011 —Adam announced today that he will commence training with Jason Dungjen at the Detroit Skating Club after working the past several months on a transitional basis with Ghislain Briand in Toronto. Dungjen, who coaches with his wife, 1994 World Champion Yuka Sato, has helped both Jeremy Abbott and Alissa Czisny to U.S. titles, Abbott in 2010 and Czisny last season.
Adam finishes fifth at Four Continents
Feburary 20, 2011 — At the Four Continents Championship in Taipei, Adam finished fifth overall with 210.01 points. He was fourth in the short program (72.71) and fifth in the free skate (137.30).
Adam finishes fifth at the U.S. Championships
January 31, 2011 — Adam finished fifth at the 2011 U.S. Championships in Greensboro, N.C., with 220.04 points. After a ninth place short program, Adam surged in the free skate, finishing third with 153.78, and pulled up to fifth. He will continue his season at the Four Continents Championship next month in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei.
Adam finishes fourth at Skate America
November 13, 2010 — Adam finished fourth at his second Grand Prix event of the season, Skate America, in Portland, Ore. He finished with 203.12 points overall following a third place short program and a fourth place free skate.
Adam on the cover of IFS and Skating magazines
November 3, 2010 — Adam is on the cover of the current issues of International Figure Skating magazine and SKATING magazine, the official publication of U.S. Figure Skating. Click here to view the IFS cover or click here to read SKATING.
Adam kicks off the season with Skate Canada bronze
October 31, 2010 — Adam won the bronze medal at Skate Canada in Kingston, Ontario, his first event of the season. He was third in the short program and second in the free skate for 233.04 points overall. Click here to watch his short program or click here to watch his free skate.
Adam answers questions from fans
October 13, 2010 — Adam posted his answers to questions asked by fans via his website in late September and earlier this month. To read the new "Frequently Asked Questions", click here.
Adam tops field in Japan Open free skate
October 2, 2010 — Adam, representing Team North America at the Japan Open, easily topped the field, which included three Olympic medalists. He finished the free skate (no short program was held) with 166.63 points while World Champion and reigning Olympic bronze medalist Daisuke Takahashi of Japan placed second with 159.19 and 2006 Olympic Champion and reigning silver medalist Evgeni Plushenko of Russia placed third with 151.00.
Adam taking questions from fans
September 21, 2010 — Adam is working on a new "Frequently Asked Questions" for his contact page. From now until October 1, you can submit your questions for Adam by clicking here. (Please use the subject line "Ask Adam" for all submissions.)
Adam video blogs from Korea
June 21, 2010 — During the Hyundai Card Super Match X show in Seoul, Korea, Adam sat down with a camera and filed a video blog for the HyundaiCardWeb You Tube page, among the highlights were a short tour of his room, with his narrations in both English and Korean. Check it out by clicking here. More blogs will be added in the future.
Grand Prix assignments announced
June 13, 2010 — The International Skating Union (ISU) announced today that Adam has been selected for two competitions on the 2010-11 Grand Prix circuit. He will make his season debut at Skate Canada, October 29-31, in Kingston, Ontario, and then compete November 11-14 at Skate America in Portland, Ore.
In 2008, Adam made his Grand Prix debut by finishing eighth at Skate America and fifth at Cup of Russia. He won his first Grand Prix medal last season at 2009 Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris, France, when he finished third. He was also sixth at the NHK Trophy.
Adam sixth in World Championship debut
March 25, 2010 — Skating as a replacement for three-time U.S. Champion Johnny Weir at the World Championship, March 22-28, in Torino, Italy, Adam proved that he belongs on the World stage, finishing sixth in his debut. He placed seventh in the short program but improved with a fifth place showing in the free skate.
Adam headed for Torino, Italy
March 10, 2010 — Adam will compete at the 2010 World Championships, March 22-28, in Torino, Italy as a replacement for three-time U.S. Champion Johnny Weir, who recently finished sixth at the Olympic Winter Games. Adam has twice won the World Junior Championship but has never competed at Worlds.
Gold medal comeback at Four Continents
January 29, 2010 — Adam is the 2010 Four Continents Champion, taking the gold medal in Jeonju, Korea. He finished seventh in the short program but surged to the top of the podium with an impeccable free program, to win his first senior International Skating Union (ISU) Championship title with 225.78 points.
Adam fifth at nats, selected for Four Continents
January 19, 2010 — Adam finished fifth at the U.S. Championships in Spokane, Wash., securing himself a spot on the U.S. team for the Four Continents Championship in Jeonju, Korea, January 25-31. He is also the second alternate to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and World Championship team.
In the short program, Adam placed fourth with 72.91 points, and again placed fourth in the free skate with 152.16 for 225.07 total points, putting him less than one-point off the podium.
In Japan, Adam takes sixth
November 9, 2009 — Adam finished sixth at his second Grand Prix event of the season, the NHK Trophy, November 5-8, in Nagano, Japan. He was eighth in the short program but pulled up in the standings with a fifth place showing the free skate.
Adam a nominee for USOC award
November 4, 2009 — Adam was named the U.S. Figure Skating "Male Athlete of the Month" for October 2009, a month that saw him win his first medal on the Grand Prix, the Trophee Eric Bompard bronze medal. He was also nominated by U.S. Figure Skating for the U.S. Olympic Committee's Male Athlete of the Month.
Adam wins first Grand Prix medal
October 17, 2009 — Adam established himself as a contender for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games team with a bronze medal winning performance Saturday at Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris, France. He finished with 219.96 points, following a third place performance in both programs.
Paris, Nagano on Adam's itinerary for fall
May 30, 2009 — The International Skating Union (ISU) recently announced that Adam will compete in two Grand Prix events this fall. His first is Trophee Eric Bompard, October 15-18, in Paris, France, and his second is the NHK Trophy, November 5-8, in Nagano, Japan.
Adam wins second World Junior title
February 26, 2009 — Adam is now a two-time World Junior Champion. Skating at the World Junior Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, Adam successfully defended his title, beating silver medalist Michal Brezina of the Czech Republic by about 17 points with a score of 222.00, his new personal best. He was first in both the short program and the free skate, which included two triple Axels.
Adam makes successful senior national debut
January 25, 2009 — Adam finished seventh at the 2009 U.S. Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. Skating for the first time nationally at the senior level, he placed 12th in the short program and sixth in the free skate. U.S. Figure Skating has named him to the team for the World Junior Championships, an event that he won last season. The event is February 23-March 1, in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Adam announces coaching change
January 2, 2009 — Adam announced today that he has ended his professional relationship with coach Nikolai Morozov in Hackensack, N.J., to train with two-time Olympic silver medalist and eight-time Canadian Champion Brian Orser in Toronto, Canada.
Adam sets new personal best in Russia
November 22, 2008 — Adam finished fifth at Cup of Russia in Moscow, Russia, setting three new personal best scores in the process. He scored 71.62 points for his short program and 136.31 for his free skate for an overall score of 207.93.
Adam makes Grand Prix debut
October 25, 2008 — Adam finished eighth at Skate America in Everett, Wash., making his debut event on the Grand Prix circuit. He was eighth in the short program but improved to seventh in the free skate.
Adam to make Grand Prix debut in 2008
June 14, 2008 — The International Skating Union (ISU) recently announced the Grand Prix assignments for the 2008-09 season. Adam will make his debut on the Grand Prix circuit at Skate America in Everett, Wash. He will also compete at Cup of Russia.
Adam wins a PSA award
May 13, 2008 — Adam is the 'Edi' Award winner for the Best Men's Performance at 2008 U.S. Championships in St. Paul, Minn. Every year the Professional Skaters Association (PSA) "honors athletes for their remarkable performances at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships" with the 'Edi' Awards, named in honor of Edi Scholdan, a World and Olympic Coach who died in the 1961 plane crash.
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