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FutureStarrWomens Figure Skating Results
The womens figure skating competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Sochi is a fascinating competition. The first round of the event is short programs, and this is where the competitors showcase their best moves. The final round of the competition is the free skate, and this is where the medals will be handed out. This event has been a hugely controversial event, with the Russians taking a beating from the rest of the field.
The Japanese have a chance to stop the Russians from sweeping the gold medal. On the short program, the Japanese skater, Wakaba Higuchi, performed to a cover of Elton John's "Your Song" by Ellie Goulding. Her performance included a clean triple axel, making her the fifth woman to land one at the Winter Olympics. Unfortunately, she lost points in her long program on a combination marked as underrotated.
The Americans' most talented skater, Karen Chen, stumbled through her performance and finished in eleventh place. Despite being the favorite, Valieva was not able to medal. She's currently under investigation for a positive drug test. Although Valieva was heavily favored to win the gold, her performance ended up in fourth place, despite her excellent technical skills. While she was a favorite to win the gold, her performance is now in limbo, as she awaits the outcome of her drug test.
The U.S. Women's figure skating team is stacked with stars with incredible skills. The team consists of two former Olympians, one who took a year off to recover from an injury. She also won the U.S. national championship twice, and this year matched her best finish at the worlds. With a stacked roster of athletes, it's hard to imagine a better night for the U.S. at the Winter Olympics.
The women's free skate was arguably the most anticipated event of the Games. It was a highlight of the Games, and the first Olympic quadruple jump was the first ever to land in the Olympics. This is a huge achievement for women's figure skating, and the quadruple jump has become the most popular amongst women. At the Games, she competed for gold, silver, and bronze.
The team's final was a thrilling battle of endurance. Like her teammate Valieva, Shcherbakova's quadruple was a personal best, but she was not the only one to land a quadruple at the Winter Olympics. A great performance is not just a win, but a perfect one. If it can be done flawlessly, it's worth watching.
The womens figure skating competition was a fascinating event. The competition was a great success, with the top two women winning their categories. The top prize was Anna Shcherbakova's fourth-place finish in the freestyle category. The other two placed third and fourth. Kamila Valieva, a 15-year-old Russian, took home the silver. The other medals were awarded to four-year-old Rika Kihira.