Ashley is furious about skaters who fell, yet still placed above her, in the women’s figure skating individual program, including 15-year-old Yulia Lipnitskaia.
Figure skaters toil their whole lives to hopefully one day get a shot at an Olympic medal, so of course tension runs high and disappointment is inevitable for all but three lucky and skillful women. But at this year’s Sochi Winter games, American ice princess Ashley Wagner is questioning if the women who made her sport’s podium really deserved to be there.
Gracie Gold, Polina Edmunds, and Ashley Wagner skated their hearts out in the women’s free skating final on Feb. 20, but was it enough to earn a spot on the podium?
Gracie Gold, Polina Edmunds, and Ashley Wagner were all in serious medal contention when they entered the free skate Olympic finals on Feb. 20, but their efforts didn’t prove to be enough to beat Russian superstar Adelina Sotnikova. Find out where they placed below!
U.S. figure skating sweetheart Gracie Gold came one step closer to earning that last name after her stellar short program on Feb. 19 left her in medal contention.
Gracie Gold is not going to rest until she lives up to that oh-so-perfect last name. The 18-year-old figure skater placed fourth in the short program on Feb. 19, leaving her one step closer to Olympic glory.
Gracie, 18, skated a career best during the Winter Olympics on Feb. 9 but she still couldn’t beat Russia’s leading lady, 15-year-old Yulia. HollywoodLifers, who do you think skated better?
Gracie Gold is definitely a contender to win the gold medal but as of now, she’s in third place. The Chicago native is trailing behind Russia’s Yulia Lipnitskaya, who stole the show with 141.51 points, putting her in first place.
Gracie Gold won the national title on Jan. 11 and is poised to win big in the Sochi Olympics in February. We chatted with Gracie exclusively, where she reveals her Gold-medal beauty look is all about ‘the lashes and lips!’ Get her exact lip color below.
Gracie Gold‘s name may be a prediction of what is to come in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The 18-year-old figure skater, who looked amazing as she accepted the gold medal at the U.S. Championships on Jan. 11, is telling us the exact products that help her feel confident on the ice and why “the red lip is kind of [her] thing.”
The appropriately named Gracie Gold took home first place at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Jan. 11, so before she laces up and steals your hearts at the Sochi Winter Olympics in February, here are the things you need to know about her.
With a last name like Gracie Gold‘s, it’s clear that she’s destined for great things. The 18-year-old became a frontrunner for a medal at the upcoming Sochi Winter Olympics when she won first place at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Jan. 11, and trust us, she’s a lot more than a flashy name and some double axels.
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