SAN JOSE, California: Three takeaways from the 2018 U.S. Figure Skating Championships:1. Bradie Tennell backers would be very rich today if they could have found anyone in Las Vegas willing to make book before this season on her winning the U.S. championships and/or making the Olympic team and then put down a couple hundred dollars on that bet. Because the odds would have been about 1,000-to-1.
Skater hints at unfair judging; Others suggest fault lies with skater herselfAshley Wagner has gone through this Olympic season as the face (and other body parts) of U.S. women's skating: the one in all the NBC telecast promotions; the one in the ESPN the Magazine's Body Issue, People magazine and commercials for major sponsors; the one entertaining her 174,000 Instagram followers day after day.
19-year-old delivers stellar short in San Jose; Wagner looks to reboundSAN JOSE, Calif. -- Bradie Tennell's life has changed dramatically over the last six weeks. But the 19-year-old doesn't seem to have changed at all. The Tennell who won Wednesday night's short program at the 2018 U.S.
@cbrennansports I am not proud that Mike Pence gets to represent this country in anything. He’s a hypocritical faux Christian. I loved how Obama shoved it up Putin’s nose by sending Billie Jean, Brian B et. al. I am delighted by Adam’s outspokenness and pride in who he is.
Italian colleague who wrote story emailed me to say Kostner told him, “I’m not finished with Mishin.” But Huth is with her in Moscow at #EuroFigure. Head of Italian Fed confirmed change in original story. Chissà?
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