For Figure Skater Audrey Shin, The Sky Is The Limit In Las Vegas

When skaters take the ice for the women’s short programs at the 2021 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, part of Team USA’s Champions Series, presented by Xfinity, at Las Vegas’ Orleans Arena on Thursday, all eyes will be on reigning two-time champion Alysa Liu, 2018 winner Bradie Tennell, three-time medalist Mariah Bell — and Audrey Shin, a 16-year-old from Long Island, New York, competing as a senior at nationals for the first time. Read more>>

Five things to know about: American figure skater Audrey Shin

The 16-year-old won a bronze medal in her senior Grand Prix debut at Skate America. Find out more about the New York native with Korean roots. Read more>>

Reality check: Audrey Shin is what’s happening in U.S. women’s skating

The first thing Audrey Shin asked her parents in Colorado when they spoke by phone after she skated the short program at Skate America in Las Vegas was, “Did this actually happen?” Read more>>

Audrey Shin Bursts Onto the Scene at Skate America

In a twist of fate, Audrey Shin’s breakthrough performance at the 2020 Guaranteed Rate Skate America never would have happened had it not been for the pandemic. The newcomer was set to compete on the Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating circuit again this year, but that series was canceled due to COVID-19. Read more>>