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At the 2007 World Championships, Lysacek made his first attempt at landing a quadruple jump in the short program.
He attempted a quad-triple, but stepped out of the quad and put his hand down, and followed it with a double.
He competed in his second season on the Junior Grand Prix circuit and won two silver medals. Lysacek performed two clean programs and came in second behind fellow American Johnny Weir, giving the United States a gold and a silver on the World Junior podium for the first time since 1987.
He was the 7th qualifier for the 2000–2001 Junior Grand Prix Final and placed 8th at the Final. Over the next season, Lysacek dealt with several injuries, including broken ribs, which resulted in lost training time. Championships, his goal had been to place in the top ten. Lysacek was named third alternate for the 2003 Four Continents Championships and was placed on the team after other skaters withdrew.
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.
Lysacek moved to Los Angeles, California in 2003, following his graduation from high school.
After the World Championships, Lysacek toured with Champions on Ice as a full member of the cast.
In the 2006–2007 season, Lysacek placed second at the 2006 Skate America. Championships, he performed his first clean short program of the season, then went on to land his first clean quadruple jump in competition, a quadruple toe loop-triple toe loop jump, in the long program, to win his first national title.
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.
Lysacek and coach Frank Carroll made the decision to find a new long program. He was named to the 2006 Winter Olympic team along with Johnny Weir and Matthew Savoie.