Kim Yu-Na, who seemed invincible at the Winter Olympics, was beaten by rival Mao Asada. Other Vancouver gold medalists, like Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, continued their winning ways. Universal Sports has complete coverage of Worlds from Torino.
Before we turn our attention totally toward next month's world championships in Torino or look ahead to what will await in Sochi for the 2014 Games, take a look at five things were learned from figure skating at these Olympic Games.
From Evan Lysacek to "Queen" Yu-Na, the Vancouver Olympics captivated audiences. Revisit some of the best performances, then tune in to UniversalSports.com for the 2010 world championships from Mar. 23-27.
At the conclusion of these Olympic Games, one thing is clear: a seismic shift in figure skating power has occurred. Asia, led by the phenomenal Kim Yu-Na, and North America are in. Europe, most particularly Russia, is out.
Olympic competition has concluded, but the judging has not. Should Yevgeny Plushenko have beaten Evan Lysacek? Were Rachael Flatt or Johnny Weir's scores too low? Determine your Olympic podiums here.
Mirai Nagasu established herself as one to watch in the future with a spectacular fourth place finish in Vancouver.
American Johnny Weir, always a fan favorite, answers burning questions in this fun Q and A session.
The Olympic figure skating competition consists of four medal events: ladies singles, men's singles, pairs and ice dancing.
A recap of figure skating events from the games
A look at some of the highlights from two jam-packed weeks of Olympic skating.