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He competed next at the 2005 World Championships in Moscow.
There, he won a surprising bronze medal at his first senior World Championships, a competition for which his goal had been only to qualify for the free skate.
He originally wanted to play hockey, so his mother enrolled him and his sister Laura in figure-skating lessons to learn how to skate. Lysacek was tied with Parker Pennington in second place ordinals and had one more first place ordinal, giving him the win in the free skate in the Total Ordinals of Majority tiebreaker, which pushed him ahead in overall factored placements, allowing him to win the title overall. Lysacek had a strong showing in the 2000–2001 season. Lysacek was named second alternate to the US team to the 2001 World Junior Championships and was placed on the team after Ryan Bradley withdrew due to injury.
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.
Lysacek and coach Frank Carroll made the decision to find a new long program.
After the September 11 attacks, the United States Figure Skating Association cancelled the 2001–2002 ISU Junior Grand Prix event to be held in Arizona and did not allow its junior skaters to compete on the Junior Grand Prix circuit for the rest of that season. He was sent to the 2002 Triglav Trophy in April, where he won the gold medal on the junior level.After that, Lysacek changed his diet and his training habits.In the 2002–2003 season, he competed on the 2002–2003 ISU Junior Grand Prix circuit and won two silver medals. 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.He finished his free skate with eight triple jumps and was ranked third of the night.
He finished fourth overall, seven points below the bronze.
During high school, Lysacek was a member of the honor roll, where he earned a number of academic achievement awards, including the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence in 1999.