The Queen finally has her Olympic crown.
Performing a flawless free skate, South Korea's Kim Yu-Na easily won the ladies' figure skating gold Thursday with a world record total of 228.56 points, shattering her previous global standard by 18 points. The win gave South Korea its first Olympic figure skating medal ever.
Watch Kim Yu-Na's free skate
Japan's Mao Asada won the silver, while Canada's Joannie Rochette took the bronze — four days after her mother, Therese, died of a heart attack. Americans Mirai Nagasu and Rachael Flatt finished in ...
The Olympics still make Michelle Kwan nervous — for a different reason now.
"I always get nervous watching friends and people that I know skate," Kwan tells TVGuide.com. "I want them to do well, but it's fun and exciting to be in Vancouver as a spectator now. When I was competing, I saw pretty much the village, the rink and the practice rink. Or physical therapy. That was my extent of the Olympics. Now I get to see ...
Canadian figure skater Joannie Rochette burst into tears after she finished her short program. Not because it was a clean routine, but because of the tragedy she had to overcome to perform it.
Skating just two days after her mother, Therese, died of a heart attack at age 55, Rochette paid tribute ...