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Thursday, January 26, 2006


As Michelle Kwan goes before a U.S. Figure Skating committee, China's Zhao Hongbo is facing a similar crises.

Meanwhile, in Australia, Miriam Manzano lost her own Olympic appeal.

Perhaps Todd Bridges should give it a shot...

And just so it doesn't seem as if figure skating is the only sport where courts have been asked to decide competitions, check out judicial juggling going on in snow-baording, women's skeleton, and yes, even Women's Lawn Bowling.


  • At January 26, 2006 6:57 PM, Anonymous said…

    I read the Forbes link to Michelle Kwan. And I have a quick question. Out of the panel of five to determine if Kwan is ready, one is listed as a world judge and another is listed as an international what's the difference? If you judge a grand prix event, you can't judge a world event?

  • At January 27, 2006 5:40 AM, Anonymous said…

    Hi, Denise --

    It *might* be a difference in ranking, sort of like grades in the millitary. Or it might, most likely, just be a mistake on the part of the person who wrote the article....

    Let me root around and see what I can find out.



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