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HELSINKI — In his first season at the senior level of international figure skating, Salt Lake City's Nathan Chen has become the new leader of the quadruple jump revolution that has completely reset the parameters of his sport. He won his first international championship title by repeating the five-quad feat at the Four Continents meet this February in South Korea. Championships title in January by becoming the first to land five quads in a 4-minute, 30-second free skate.

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