KIM YUNA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Legendary skater Yuna Kim cheers on South Korean dance team

South Korean superstar Yuna Kim was on hand to cheer on ice dance team Yura Min and Alexander Gamelin, competing in PyeongChang in front of a home crowd.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
4 days ago

All eyes were on Yuna Kim as she lit the Olympic cauldron

Yuna Kim's an Olympic gold medalist and a two-time world champion figure skater, but she still gets nervous, including at Friday's opening ceremony. The South Korean performed on a tiny ice rink propped high in the air with 35,000 fans looking on at the Pyeongchang Olympics. Kim skated for about 30 seconds and then took the torch from two North and South Korean ice hockey players...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
13 days ago

Yuna Kim lights Olympic cauldron

Yuna Kim completes a nearly seven-year journey by lighting the Olympic cauldron in PyeongChang.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
13 days ago

Yuna Kim completes nearly seven-year journey with lighting of Olympic cauldron

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea They chose to share stories of Yuna Kims difficult times. Maybe my favorite memory of skating with Yuna was right before she went to the [2010] Olympics, said U.S. figure skater Adam Rippon, who shared a coach, Brian Orser, with Kim in 2009 and 2010. We had lunch with Yuna and Brian. And Brian sat down and said, You know what, weve done all the work, were...
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
14 days ago

Olympic champ to miss six weeks

Reigning Olympic figure skating champion Yu-na Kim will be sidelined for up to six weeks with a foot injury, a setback in her preparations for the Winter Games in Sochi. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing the Korea Skating Union, says Kim will miss two upcoming Grand Prix events after injuring the metatarsal on her right foot. Yonhap says that, according to a KSU official...
Via AP on Fox
September 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Olympic champ wins short program

With her trademark crowns twinkling in her ears, Kim Yu-na dazzled judges and fans alike. Some things never change. The Olympic champion made a triumphant return to the World Figure Skating Championships on Thursday, winning the short program. There were no signs of nerves and certainly no signs of rust in her first major competition since the 2011 worlds. Just the hint of more...
Via AP on Fox
March 14, 2013  |  Discuss
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