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  • March 29 - April 5 in Minneapolis, Minn.

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    Bourne, Kraatz saved Worlds

    BY ROB BRODIE -- OTTAWA SUN
      MINNEAPOLIS -- What if they held a world figure skating championships and most of the stars stayed home?
     You'd have what we got this week at the Target Center.
     The good folks here in Minneapolis did do a wonderful job of organizing these championships, and put together a show worthy of the world's best.
  • April 6: Full story

    Cut in men's quota a big setback

     MINNEAPOLIS (CP) -- Shae-Lynn Bourne and Victor Kraatz will remain on the International Skating Union circuit.
     The decision to continue trying for the world ice dance championship was music to the ears of David Dore, who had a trying week at the 1998 global meet.
  • April 5: Full story

    Kwan golden, Derochie iced

    By ROB BRODIE -- Ottawa Sun
      MINNEAPOLIS -- Michelle Kwan couldn't help but chuckle at the irony of it all.
     Near perfection in Nagano brought her an Olympic silver medal. Something a little less than that was good enough for gold at the world figure skating championships last night.
  • April 5: Full story
  • April 5: Derochie's finish also angers Dore

    Dance marks prompt tirade

    By STEVE BUFFERY -- Toronto Sun
      MINNEAPOLIS -- Canadian Figure Skating Association president David Dore, strangely quiet after the Nagano Olympics, finally tore a gigantic strip off the international ice- dance judges yesterday.
     Appalled and shocked with the scoring Friday in the free-dance program at the world championships, Dore called for an immediate investigation into the ice-dance judging.
  • April 5: Full story
  • SIMMONS: If it's broken ... fix it
  • April 5: Still a song and dance

    Injury spoils Derochie's debut

     MINNEAPOLIS (CP) -- Angela Derochie heard the arena announcer call her name and an expression of dread contorted her face.
     The Canadian champion had suffered a hip flexor injury last Monday during a practice for her world figure skating championships debut.
     She fell heavily on the sore right hip during her short program Friday.
  • April 4: Full story and results
  • April 4: Derochie deals with all the pain
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  • April 4: Kwan sweeps to second world title
  • April 4: Kwiatkowski brings career to a memorable end
  • April 4: 1998 Worlds' many impressions
  • April 4: CFSA boss blasts dance judges
  • April 4: Bourne, Kraatz the people's choice
  • April 4: A crying shame
  • April 4: Rechnio takes world by surprise

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