Latest Sarah Hughes Stories

2006-03-23 01:53:39

By Steve Keating CALGARY (Reuters) - American Sasha Cohen's world championship title hopes were dealt a blow on Wednesday when the Olympic silver medallist stumbled her way through qualifying to finish in third place.

2006-02-22 12:05:42

By Pritha Sarkar TURIN (Reuters) - Irina Slutskaya arrived at the Winter Olympics as the queen of figure skating. The owner of two world and a record seven European crowns, the Russian had been expected to look down at her challengers from the top of the short program standings.

2006-02-21 19:31:01

By Pritha Sarkar TURIN (Reuters) - Emily Hughes arrived in Turin without any illusions about her medal prospects. She did, however, have the most famous cheering squad in town.

2006-02-17 14:33:33

By Pritha Sarkar TURIN (Reuters) - At the Salt Lake City Olympics, Emily Hughes was an outsider looking in.

2006-02-12 12:23:47

TURIN (Reuters) - Emily Hughes will follow in the footsteps of big sister and 2002 Olympic champion Sarah Hughes when she makes her debut at the Turin Winter Games.

2006-02-12 06:33:43

By Pritha Sarkar TURIN (Reuters) - American Michelle Kwan pulled out of the Winter Olympics on Sunday after suffering a groin injury during practice. Kwan, a five-times world champion, sustained a groin strain on Saturday at the Palaghiaccio practice ice rink in Turin, the U.S.

2006-01-18 23:14:35

By Steve Ginsburg WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sasha Cohen bristles at suggestions that she lacks what it takes to win Olympic gold. "Everyone seems to like to pin that label on me," the 21-year-old American said, shaking her head. "'Will she do two good programs?' "I think that's a little unfair.

2006-01-15 01:30:39

By Steve Keating ST LOUIS (Reuters) - Michelle Kwan surrendered her national title to Sasha Cohen but held onto her dream of an Olympic gold medal on Saturday when she was awarded a spot on the U.S. team for the Turin Winter Games next month. After four runner-up finishes to Kwan at the U.S.

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  • Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
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