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January 31, 2002
Alpine Skiing: Austrian downhiller Florian Seer was found to have a tumor on his spine. It reportedly wasn't cancerous, but he was scheduled for surgery this week. Injuries have already idled Austria's Hermann Maier, Josef Strobl, Hannes Trinkl, Werner Franz and Mario Matt.... Most of the U.S. women's team will skip the last pre-Olympic World Cup downhill, slalom and combined events this weekend at Are, Sweden, to train for the Games. The men's tour is in St.
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March 29, 2003 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
With every sweep of her arm, every stroke of her blades to the pulsating rhythms of Peter Gabriel's "The Feeling Begins," Michelle Kwan seized the moment and swayed a judging panel that had valued technical mastery over artistry. Now, the countdown begins to Kwan's fifth coronation as the world figure skating champion.
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January 7, 2004 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Michelle Kwan, saying "the possibilities are endless" to improve skills that have brought her five world figure skating titles, gave her most emphatic indication she will compete at the 2006 Turin Winter Games and vie for the gold medal that eluded her at Nagano and Salt Lake City. "The possibility of me being at the Olympics in Italy is pretty high. I just have to keep on working hard with Rafael [Arutunian, her new coach]," she said Tuesday after her first official practice at the U.S.
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January 9, 2004 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Sasha Cohen stood still on the bright, white ice of Philips Arena on Thursday, letting her nerves escape in a long, deep exhale. "I was thinking, 'Just breathe and stay in the now. You can't let yourself get ahead,' " she said. " 'Just breathe and go with the music.' Then, I was on automatic." But never robotic. Delighted by her new collaboration with coach Robin Wagner, Cohen performed an engaging short program to "Malaguena" and led after the first phase of the women's competition at the U.S.
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January 18, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Timothy Goebel continues to defy gravity and redefine what it takes to become a figure skating champion, pretty soon even casual sports fans will know who he is. And who he isn't. "I get a lot of people thinking I look like [actor] Ryan Phillippe," Goebel said. "Even if I go out shopping, clerks will stop and ask, 'Aren't you . . .?' " At the rate he's going, it will be easier to match his name and face with the proper occupation.
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January 9, 2002 | T.J. Simers
I decided to sashay on down to Staples Center on Tuesday because I wasn't sure we've had enough stories lately in the newspaper about figure skating. I had to go to the Biltmore to pick up a press pass, officials there offering me a snazzy figure skating vest, an obvious bribe that would have convinced me to write only good things about this silly sport, but Sports Editor Bill Dwyre has this policy that no one is allowed to accept snazzy figure skating vests.
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February 11, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Ice dancing has an image problem in the United States. Of the four Olympic figure skating disciplines, it's the least understood. There are no spectacular jumps, as in men's and women's singles. There are no dangerous throws and twisting overhead lifts, as in pairs. And nobody ever tried to club a rival ice dancer's knee. "It's a cultural problem," said John LeFevre, executive director of the U.S. Figure Skating Assn. and a former dance competitor and referee.
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January 13, 2003 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Rena Inoue thought she had consigned pair skating to her past. Competing for her native Japan, she had teamed with Tomoaki Koyama to finish 15th at the 1991 World Figure Skating Championships and 14th at the 1992 Olympics. Eager for something different, she switched to singles and finished 18th at the 1994 Olympics, inspiring the Japanese Skating Federation to send her to Lake Arrowhead in 1996 to further her training.
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