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CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

CBC commentators: Brenda Irving, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning.

NBC Commentary, including the Medal Ceremony.

The ladies free skate was held on February 25, 2010. Kim Yuna (South Korea) finished first, setting new world best scores for the free skate and combined total.

Standings after Free Skating and Overall:
1. Kim Yuna (KOR)
2. Mao Asada (JPN)
3. Joannie Rochette (Canada)

The free skating segment of figure skating, also called the free skate, free program or the long program, is the second of two segments of competitions, skated after the short program. Its duration, across all disciplines, is 4 minutes for senior skaters and teams, and 3 1/2 minutes for junior skaters and teams. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014-2015 season. The free skating program, across all disciplines, must be well-balanced and include certain elements described and published by the International Skating Union (ISU).

NBC Commentary.

Standings after Short Program:
1. Kim Yuna (KOR)
2. Mao Asada (JPN)
3. Joannie Rochette (Canada)

There are two segments in all international competitions, the short program and the free skating program. Singles skating has required elements that skaters must perform during a competition and that make up a well-balanced skating program. They include jumps, spins, step sequences, and choreographic sequences. Compulsory figures, from which the sport of figure skating gets its name, was a crucial part of the sport for most of its history until the ISU voted to remove them in 1990.

The short program of figure skating is the first of two segments of competitions, skated before the free skating program. It lasts, for both senior and junior singles and pair skaters, 2 minutes and 40 seconds. Vocal music with lyrics is allowed for all disciplines since the 2014-2015 season. The short program for single skaters and for pair skaters consists of seven required elements.

NBC commentary. They finished 2nd in this segment of the competition and 1st overall, winning the gold medal. This was the first time since 1960 that a Russian, Soviet, or Unified Team (CIS) flagged team did not win the gold medal, or any medal at all.

NBC commentary. They finished 1st in this segment of the competition and 2nd overall.

No commentary

Pairs in order of skating (Group 5)
1. Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov (RUS)
2. Aliona Savchenko / Robin Szolkowy (GER)
3. Pang Qing / Tong Jian (CHN)
4. Shen Xue / Zhao Hongbo (CHN)

No commentary

Pairs in order of skating (Group 4)
1. Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao (CHN)
2. Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov (RUS)
3. Jessica Dubé / Bryce Davison (CAN)

No commentary

Pairs in order of skating: (Group 3)
1. Amanda Evora / Mark Ladwig (USA)
2. Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov (RUS)
3. Tatiana Volosozhar / Stanislav Morozov (UKR)
4. Nicole Della Monica / Yannick Kocon (ITA)

Free skating for pairs "consists of a well balanced program composed and skated to music of the pair's own choice for a specified period of time". It also should contain "especially typical Pair Skating moves" such as pair spins, lifts, partner assisted jumps, spirals and other similar moves, "linked harmoniously by steps and other movements". Its duration, like the other disciplines, is 4 minutes for senior teams, and 3 1/2 minutes for junior teams.

NBC commentary. They finished 4th after the short program.

No commentary

Pairs in order of skating:
1. Jessica DUBE/Bryce DAVISON (CAN)
2. PANG Qing/TONG Jian (CHN)
3. ZHANG Dan/ZHANG Hao (CHN)
4. Aliona SAVCHENKO/Robin SZOLKOWY (GER)

No commentary

Pairs in order of skating:
1. Maria Mukhortova/Maxim Trankov (RUS)
2. Tatiana Volosozhar/Stanislav Morozov (UKR)
3. Yuko Kavaguti/Alexander Smirnov (RUS)

Pair skating is a figure skating discipline consisting of mixed-sex duos. The International Skating Union (ISU) defines pair skating as "the skating of two persons in unison who perform their movements in such harmony with each other as to give the impression of genuine Pair Skating as compared with independent Single Skating". The ISU also states that a pairs team must consist of "one Lady and one Man". Pair skating, along with men's and women's single skating, has been an Olympic discipline since figure skating, the oldest Winter Olympic sport, was introduced at the 1908 Olympic Games in London. The ISU World Figure Skating Championships introduced pair skating in 1908.

Like the other disciplines, pair skating competitions consist of two segments, the short program and the free skating program. There are seven required elements in the short program, which lasts 2 minutes and 40 seconds for both junior and senior pair teams.

Pair skating required elements include lifts, twist lifts, throw jumps, jumps, spin combinations, death spirals, step sequences, and choreographic sequences. The elements performed by pairs teams must be "linked together by connecting steps of a different nature" and by other comparable movements and with a variety of holds and positions. Pair skaters must only execute the prescribed elements; if they do not, the extra or unprescribed elements will not be counted in their score. Only the first attempt of an element is scored. Violations in pair skating include falls, time, music, and clothing.

Medal ceremony included. NBC Commentary.

NBC Commentary.

Single skating is a discipline of figure skating in which male and female skaters compete individually.
Men's singles and women's singles, along with the other figure skating disciplines of pair skating, ice dance, and synchronized skating, are governed by the International Skating Union (ISU).

There are two segments in all international competitions, the short program and the free skating program. Singles skating has required elements that skaters must perform during a competition and that make up a well-balanced skating program. They include jumps, spins, step sequences, and choreographic sequences. Compulsory figures, from which the sport of figure skating gets its name, was a crucial part of the sport for most of its history until the ISU voted to remove them in 1990. The required elements must be performed in specific ways, as described by published communications by the ISU, unless otherwise specified. The ISU publishes violations and their points values yearly. Deductions in singles skating include violations in time, music, and clothing, as well as regulations regarding falls and interruptions.

Figure skating is the oldest winter sport contested at the Olympics, with men's and women's single skating appearing as two of the four figure skating events at the London Games in 1908.

Olympic Gold Medal (NBC commentary)

Music: Symphony No. 5 by Gustav Mahler, arranged by Ryner Stoetzer.

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir became the first ice dancers from Canada and North America to win an Olympic gold medal. They became the first former World Junior Ice dance champions to win the Olympics, and the first ice dance team to win the Olympic gold on home ice. They were also the first ice dancers to win gold on their Olympic debut since the inaugural Olympic ice dance event in 1976 and the youngest ice dance Olympic champions at 20 and 22 years of age.

Olympic Bronze Medal (NBC commentary).

Music: The Double Life of Véronique by Zbigniew Preisner; Requiem for a Dream by Clint Mansell

NBC Commentary.

Music: Gli Emigranti (The Immigrants) by Nino Rota

Ice Dance (NO commentary).

Skating Order:
1. Alexandra Zaretsky / Roman Zaretsky (ISR)
2. Jana Khokhlova / Sergei Novitski (RUS)
3. Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates (USA)
4. Anna Cappellini / Luca Lanotte (ITA)
5. Isabelle Delobel / Olivier Schoenfelder (FRA)
6. Nathalie Péchalat / Fabian Bourzat (FRA)
7. Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir (CAN)

The free dance (FD) is a segment of an ice dance competition, the second contested. It follows the rhythm dance (former Original Dance). Skaters perform "a creative dance program blending dance steps and movements expressing the character/rhythm(s) of the dance music chosen by the couple".
Its duration is 4 minutes for senior ice dancers, and 3.5 minutes for juniors.

NO commentary.

Music: Farrucas by Pepe Romero

NO commentary.

Music: "Kajra Re"
from Bunty Aur Babli
by Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani
and Loy Mendonsa
"Silsila Ye Chahat Ka"
"Dola Re Dola"
from Devdas
by Ismail Darbar and Nusrat Badr

With British Eurosport commentary.

Music: Farrucas by Pepe Romero

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