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The competitive fire on display at the 2018 World Championships was fierce. Records tumbled — as did a number of skaters — personal best scores were achieved, and new champions were crowned in three of the four disciplines.
Nathan Chen rebounded from a disappointing 2018 Olympic Winter Games experience to claim the top step of the men’s podium in Milan.
Kaetlyn Osmond rewrote Canada’s skating history as the first lady in 45 years to win a global crown.
Aljona Savchenko and Bruno Massot continued their winning streak, claiming the top step of the World pairs podium for the first time.
The French ice dance team of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron were the only ones to repeat as gold medalists, capturing their third World title in a city that holds fond memories for them.