FILE - In this Friday, Feb. 20, 1998 file photo, United States' Michelle Kwan, left, kisses fellow American Tara Lipinski during the awards ceremony at the ladies free skating long program at the White Ring Arena in Nagano, Japan. As men’s figure skating pushes the envelope with an expanding repertoire of quadruple jumps, the women’s side has stagnated over the past two decades.
FILE - In this Friday, Feb. 20, 1998 file photo, United States' Michelle Kwan, left, kisses fellow American Tara Lipinski during the awards ceremony at the ladies free skating long program at the White Ring Arena in Nagano, Japan. As men’s figure skating pushes the envelope with an expanding repertoire of quadruple jumps, the women’s side has stagnated over the past two decades. Eric Draper, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Friday, Feb. 20, 1998 file photo, United States' Michelle Kwan, left, kisses fellow American Tara Lipinski during the awards ceremony at the ladies free skating long program at the White Ring Arena in Nagano, Japan. As men’s figure skating pushes the envelope with an expanding repertoire of quadruple jumps, the women’s side has stagnated over the past two decades. Eric Draper, File AP Photo

As men go quad crazy, women's figure skating bumps ceiling

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