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|" The 2014 Olympic silver medalist Patrick Chan of Canada claimed the men's title at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Taipei on Sunday Jessie Bates Bengals Jersey , despite a stressful start to the competition.
Skating to the music of Chopin, Chan kicked off his free skating program with a quad toelooptriple toeloop combination and added two triple axel, among others, to bring his total to 290.21 points.
The three-time world champion, 25 James Washington Steelers Jersey , admitted he had been ""very worried and stressed"" when he finished fifth after Friday's short program, which he attributed to ""being jet-lagged and the ice not being perfect.""
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""I just let everything go and focus on myself and not focus on the other skaters. I think it paid off today,"" added Chan, who was competing in his first Four Continents after taking a one-year break.
China's Jin Boyang, the -leader of the short program, finished runner-up with a total of 289.83 points in his first Four Continents competition.
The 18-year-old also became the first skater to land four quads - a quad lutz Jaire Alexander Packers Jersey , a quad salchow and two quad toeloop - in an international competition.
""In my previous competition, which was a domestic competition, I also landed four quads in my free skate, so it gave me confidence coming into this competition,"" he said.
China's Yan Han took the bronze medal while Japan's Shoma Uno and Takahito Mura ranked fourth and fifth Isaiah Wynn Patriots Jersey , respectively.
Earlier in the week Japanese skater Satoko Miyahara, the 2015 World silver medalist, claimed the ladies' single title.
In the pairs event, 2015 world silver medalists Sui Wenjing and Han Cong of China took gold.
American sibling team Maia and Alex Shibutani, the newly crowned US national champions Isaiah Oliver Falcons Jersey , won the ice dance event.
SYDNEY, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) -- Aussie stocks have continued to rally at Tuesday's open as the market re-focuses on the local earnings season and improving global sentiment after European equities and commodities rose.
At 10:10 local time, the benchmark S&PASX200 index was up 22.0 points, or 0.45 percent, at 4 Hayden Hurst Ravens Jersey ,865.5, while the broader All Ordinaries index was up 24.2 points, or 0.49 percent, at 4,917.6.
The Aussie market is just ""petering"" along in early trade as investors wait till mid-session when China and Japanese equities come online following Monday's over-performance after central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan put his foot down saying the yuan won't be devalued Harold Landry Titans Jersey , IG market strategist Evan Lucas told Xinhua.
""It's going to be a very light day because there's not leads from the U.S., Europe was playing catch-up to what happened the day before, so we are now waiting to see how China and Japan wake up today to actually work,"" Lucas said, adding there will be some ""big Frank Ragnow Lions Jersey , interesting macro movers"" that will impact the local market all week.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is the biggest drag on the benchmark at the open, down 3.64 percent as it trades ex-dividend, however ANZ is up 0.57 percent, the National Australia Bank rose 0.40 percent and Westpac is 0.31 percent stronger.
Gains in commodities during the overnight session saw BHP Billiton lifted 1.88 percent, rival Rio Tinto rose 1.49 percent while gold miner Newcrest dropped 3.64 percent as risk sentiment returned and gold fell.
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Wesfarmers and Woolworths are 0.91 and 0.27 higher respectively.
Qantas gained 0.78 percent and Telstra edged 0.37 percent higher.
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