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