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Topic - Yuna Kim
The South Korean Olympic Committee has protested the results of the women's figure skating competition, although the sport's international governing body said Saturday it has not yet received the letter.
Yuna Kim knows what she wants as her legacy.
More than 1.5. million people have signed a petition on Change.org that demands an investigation into the ladies figure skating competition at the Olympic Games in Sochi.
Adelina Sotnikova won the women's figure skating gold medal at the Sochi Olympics pretty much because of one extra triple jump.
Yuna Kim sighed when she drew the ball with the No. 24 out of the bag.
Anxiety and energy. Conviction and courage.
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.
Don't judge Yuna Kim's workouts by her body language.
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.
Many South Koreans allege that questionable judging denied Kim a second straight figure skating gold medal.
Kim admitted several times during the games that she was not as obsessed about winning here as she was four years ago.