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Topic - Gracie Gold
Aside from her bronze medal for the team competition, Gracie Gold is taking away another special prize from the Sochi Games.
Ashley Wagner marvels at how far coach Rafael Arutyunyan has pushed her in the past month. She can only imagine what she might accomplish in four years.
Watch live as Americans Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold try to knock off defending Olympic champion Yung Kim in the ladies' figure skating free program.
Spinning uneasily through the air on her opening triple lutz in Wednesday's short program, Gracie Gold wondered, "Is this my Olympic moment? I'm going to be on my butt?"
Yuna Kim, the defending champion from South Korea won the short program Wednesday night at the Sochi Games in something resembling a photo finish. But it wasn't Russian youngster Julia Lipnitskaia on her heels.
Anxiety and energy. Conviction and courage.
Want to see the glasses and goggles that aerials skier Lydia Lassila and snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis wore at the Sochi Olympics? If you go to the website of the company that manufactures their eyewear, you might be in for a shock.
Defending Olympic champion Yuna Kim of South Korea will skate 17th in a field of 30 in the short program Wednesday at the Sochi Games.
Every time Yuna Kim has taken the ice in Sochi, the cameras have been flickering at Olympic-record speeds. Kim, known to her many fans worldwide as "Queen Yuna," is competing in what she said will be her final Olympics, and some believe she will win her second gold medal.
Between photos and insights about their Olympic experience, some Olympians are turning over their social media accounts to sponsors, agreeing to quotas of postings on Twitter and Facebook and letting other people send commercial messages in their name.
When U.S. national champion figure skater Gracie Gold takes the ice at the Sochi Olympics, she'll be wearing a pair of skates purchased through a Richmond company.
Frank Carroll is trying to brainwash Gracie Gold, and it might be working.
Ashley Wagner, a self-described vicious competitor, concedes it will be a little strange to cheer on fellow American Gracie Gold.
The big names in women's figure skating at the Sochi Olympics are Yuna Kim and Mao Asada. The best name might belong to the American champion, Gracie Gold.
Gracie Gold, with a name made for an Olympian, looked like one at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
"It's a little nerve-racking, but mostly it's exciting," the 18-year-old Gold says of her first time through the Olympic qualifying cauldron.
Her performance was no surprise; Gold is one of the favorites here to claim an Olympic spot.