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With Congemi and Carroll, Lysacek won both of his Junior Grand Prix events. Skating through a hip injury, Lysacek placed fifth at the 2004 Skate America, the first Grand Prix event of his career. Championships, Lysacek won the bronze medal after receiving the only 6.0 of his career for his short program.
He repeated that placement a few weeks later at the 2004 Cup of Russia. He went on to win his first senior international title at the 2005 Four Continents.
In the long program, he completed a quadruple toe-loop as the first part of a quad-triple combination, but lost control of the landing, adding a three turn after it, and was unable to complete the following triple as intended.
and placed fifth once again in the long program, placing fifth over all.
Two weeks later, Lysacek won the gold medal at the 2006 Cup of China by a 20-point margin. A week later, Lysacek competed in the 2007 Four Continents.
He was fourth after the short program, but made yet another comeback in the free skate, landing a clean quadruple combination, to earn a new personal best and to win his second Four Continents title.
He finished his free skate with eight triple jumps and was ranked third of the night.
Lysacek studied acting, having taken method acting classes at the Professional Arts School in Beverly Hills. national title at the Juvenile level – the lowest qualifying level in the U. After failing to qualify for Nationals on the novice level in 1998, at the age of thirteen. He is the 2010 Olympic champion, the 2009 World champion, a two-time (2005, 2007) Four Continents champion, the 2009 Grand Prix Final champion, and a two-time (2007, 2008) U. Lysacek graduated from Neuqua Valley High School in 2003. Lysacek was the 2010 United States Olympic Committee's Sports Man of the Year, Lysacek went to Spring Brook Elementary and then to Gregory Middle School.After the September 11, 2001 attacks, the United States Figure Skating Association cancelled the 2001–2002 ISU Junior Grand Prix event to be held in Arizona where he placed 5th. He placed 10th at this event in his senior international debut.He was also named to the 2003 Junior Worlds team; following the withdrawal of Parker Pennington, the higher-ranked man on the two-man team, Lysacek was the only United States men's skater at the competition. At the 2004 Four Continents he won the bronze medal, his first senior-level international medal.
He was once again troubled by illness, having been administered three different antibiotics to fight a bacterial infection, which at one point, caused him to cough up blood.