Sport: Giving 'Em the Old One-Two

U.S. figure-skating rivals prevail at the World Championships

In the world of figure skating, few are more accomplished—or more mutually competitive—than Scott Hamilton and David Santee. But in that most icily competitive of sports, Santee and Hamilton have usually looked on while others received the medals. Santee, 23, finished fourth in last year's Winter Olympics; Hamilton, 22, placed fifth. And so it has been since the two began competing in the mid-'70s. But all three of last year's Olympic medal winners retired after Lake Placid, and suddenly the old rivalry between Hamilton and Santee...

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