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Mirai Nagasu Becomes The First American Woman To Land A Triple Axel In The Winter Olympics
"I am a little bit anxious if I go over there, will she get more pressure, or not", she shared with Us. "To nail it the way I did-and even out of the corner of my eye, I could see my teammates standing in excitement".
Before this weekend, there were only two women figure skaters in the world who had successfully landed a triple axel in Olympic competition: Japanese skaters Midori Ito (in 1992) and Mao Asada (in 2010 and 2014).
"I'm speechless", Maia said, according to U.S. Figure Skating. (Ashley Wagner, who finished in fourth, was selected for the Olympic team instead.) "I just remember four years ago, Mirai and I were in a dark place".
Adam Rippon made his PyeongChang debut on Sunday with a almost flawless routine in the men's free skate, part of the figure skating team event. Instead, both he and fellow US athlete, freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy, have doubled down. Her first name means "future" in Japanese and she reportedly speaks a mixture of Japanese and English at home with her parents. If you feel like you've been hearing "triple axel" a lot this year, you're not wrong. Her mom was very dedicated to her interest in skating, making all of her performance costumes by hand.
"We enjoy seeing them", Alex Shibutani-one half of the famed Shibutani sibling ice dancing duo-told NBCOlympics.com.
Nagasu, from Arcadia, Calif., was the first American woman to return to the team after being left off at a prior Olympics.
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"I tripped a couple times going into it because I was so nervous, but to tell myself, 'no, I'm going to go for it, 100 percent and not pull back, ' that was really special for me". It's also just me and I'm just being myself so it's nearly easier than ever to be here and be competing and just feel free and liberated.
She said that her sushi chef father rarely had the chance to see her skate because he nearly never closed his restaurant, and now is no different.
On the summer side, three-time beach volleyball champ Misty May-Treanor competed on Season 7 after Beijing but withdrew after rupturing her Achilles tendon, and Final Five gymnast Laurie Hernandez and 12-time Olympic swimming medalist Ryan Lochte were on Season 23 right after Rio, where Lochte infamously lied about getting robbed.
Arrests made as Hawks raid the Guptas
Among those arrested is the provincial head of the department for agriculture, Peter Thabethe, in the Free State Province. R220 million was allegedly stolen by the Guptas from the Free State government via the Estina Dairy Farm project.
Tonga: Cyclone Gita leaves trail of destruction
The roof of the Tongan Meteorological Building was ripped off, forcing updates to be deployed by radio. Disaster management teams are working to gauge the extent of the damage both to the life and property.
Home ownership among young adults has 'collapsed'
Over the past 20 years, average house prices have grown aroundseven times faster than the average incomes of young adults. John Healey, Labour's shadow housing secretary, said the research should be a "wake up call" for the ministers.
Vikings block Kevin Stefanski from going to Giants
Kevin Stefanski is in high demand this offseason and will ultimately land a job as an offensive coordinator. Shurmur intends to call plays in NY , much like he did for most of the past two seasons in Minnesota.