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After three hard years, Asada hopes to shine at Sochi

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By Elaine Lies

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I love your determination and wish you the best at Sochi. Ganbare, Mao-chan!

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Also wishing you the best.

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setting yourself up for another big disappointment, FACT

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Unless Queen Yuna actually falls, and Mao avoids any falls, she will win the gold, as the judges simply like her better.

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Unless Queen Yuna actually falls, and Mao avoids any falls, she will win the gold, as the judges simply like her better.

What, so if Kim doesn't fall and skates perfectly (as perfect as her 2010 Vancouver and 2013 World performances) and Asada falls, then Kim wins simply because the judges like her? I don't understand the logic here. If you hate a certain sportsperson, just say so. No need to make excuses.

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