Summer 2015: Jeremy performed in the following shows this summer: Detroit Skating Club’s annual show on June 7; “Denis Ten and Friends” on June 20-21 in Almaty, Kazakhstan; US Athletic Foundation’s “An Evening on Ice” benefit show on July 18 in El Segundo, CA; Mao Asada’s “The ICE” tour in Sapporo, Osaka, Aichi and Sendai Japan, July 22 to August 2, 2015; Shizuka Arakawa’s “Friends on Ice”, August 28-30, 2015, in Yokohama, Japan.
June 15, 2015: Jeremy will not compete in the ISU Grand Prix series this fall, according to Amy Rosewater’s Icenetwork article.
May 13, 2015: Jeremy spoke by phone with Seattle Figure Skating Examiner’s Michelle Kennedy about what it would take for him to return to competition – click here to read her article.
February 2015: Jeremy has been named to the cast of FrenchieSkate on February 27 in Plymouth Township, Michigan.
January 23-25: Jeremy competed at the 2015 U.S. Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina. He finished 5th.
Jeremy’s second ‘Stars on Aspen Ice’ show returned to the Lewis Ice Arena in Aspen, Colorado on December 20, 2014. Here are two preview articles about the show in the SKATING blog and in the Aspen Times. Click HERE for an event summary article and link to photos. A fun video filmed in Aspen with Jeremy, Gracie Gold and Oliver Sharpe can be viewed here.
October 14, 2014: Before his season debut at Skate America, Jeremy shares his reasons for returning to competition – click here to read the article.
April 23, 2014: Jeremy is invited to tour once again with Mao Asada’s THE ICE tour in Japan. The 3 cities this year are Nagano (July 19-21), Aichi (July 23-24) and Osaka (July 26-27, 2014). Click here for information (official site in Japanese).
March 30, 2014: Jeremy finished in fifth place at the World Championships on March 28 and was invited to skate in the 3/30 Gala where he debuted a new exhibition program to “Latch” by Disclosure, with vocals from Sam Smith. He was instrumental in helping Team USA regain their third men’s spot for the 2015 World Championships.
March 9, 2014: Jeremy skated to Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up” in the benefit show FrenchieSkate 2014 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Click here to watch a fan video of his performance. Click here to read an article about the show (includes 2 action photos of Jeremy).
March 4, 2014: Jeremy will compete at the 2014 World Championships, March 24-30, in Saitama, Japan. Click here for USFS’ Team USA press release.
February 26, 2014: Jeremy will perform in all 20 U.S. cities of the Stars on Ice tour from April 4 through May 18, 2014. Click here for his complete list of dates/cities.
February 17, 2014: Jeremy’s older sister, Gwen Abbott Asmussen, blogged for the Colorado Springs Gazette after watching his Olympic performances on TV. Excerpt: “How many people in the world can say they crashed to ice in front of millions of people across the world, laid there writhing in pain, picked themselves back up and continued to skate a flawless program to the end, knowing they were badly injured? This to me is redemption.” Click here to read “Redemption”. More Olympics-related news links are listed in the 2013-14 Articles column to the right.
February 9, 2014: Jeremy wins a bronze medal with the rest of Team USA in the first-ever Olympic Figure Skating Team Event.
February 5, 2014: Jeremy appears on the Today Show with Ashley Wagner [VIDEO]. He is selected to skate the short program in the Olympic Team Event on Thursday, February 6.
January 2014: Jeremy won the short program with a new U.S. national record score of 99.86 and his fourth national title with a total score of 274.27. He has been named to the 2014 U.S. Olympic team.
December 2013: Jeremy will be skating in “Stars on Aspen Ice” at the Aspen Recreation Center in Aspen, CO. The show cast also includes two-time U.S. champion Alissa Czisny, ice dancers Kimberly Navarro & Brent Bommentre as well as Ashley Clark, Mariah Bell and Morgan Bell as well as special guest skater Rosalynn Sumners. The show takes place on Saturday, December 14th at 8 PM. Doors will open at 7 PM. General admission tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for students. There is also a $100 VIP ticket available that includes on-ice seating and meeting the skating stars at a private catered reception (6-7:30 PM). Tickets can be purchased at the Wheeler Box Office (970.920.5770) and also at the door. A Bake Sale and Silent Auction will also be held. For more information, call 970.618.2136. Read Aspen Times’ article, “Jeremy Abbott skates back into hometown”.