By DAVE SKRETTA, AP Sports Writer

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Three more skaters have withdrawn from the U.S. Figure Skating Championships due to positive COVID-19 tests, bringing the total dropouts for the week to seven.

Men's competitor William Hubbart withdrew Saturday before his event began.

Ice dancers Raffaella Koncius and Alexey Shchepetov, who were 11th after the rhythm dance, also are out.

The U.S. federation did not disclose which of the ice dancers tested positive.

Previously, two-time U.S. women's champion Alysa Liu tested positive, as did Amber Glenn.

Both dropped out after competing in the short program, when Liu was third. She is expected to be chosen for the Olympic squad along with event winner Mariah Bell and runner-up Karen Chen.

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