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Sun reporterWhen she walks into the Olympic Stadium tomorrow night for the closing ceremony, Kimmie Meissner will have something more valuable than her sixth-place finish as a souvenir. The figure skater from Bel Air has added a line to her resume, one more...
sun reporterCal Ripken Jr.'s election to the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday punctuated his legacy as one of Baltimore's greatest sports figures. Ripken not only played brilliantly, but he also always seemed to embody the very characteristics Baltimoreans use to...
Sun reporterSo what was the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships worth to the top U.S. man and woman? At first glance, $15,000 each for winners Kimmie Meissner and Evan Lysacek. But the competition with all the luster of a parking-lot penny may end up being...
Sun ReporterWith bronze and silver medals already at home in Maryland, Kimmie Meissner will try to complete the set this week at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Her timing couldn't be better. Michelle Kwan, the nine-time winner, and Sasha Cohen, last year's...
Sun ReporterIt's hard to follow a standing ovation, but last night Kimmie Meissner did just that and grabbed the lead at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Emily Hughes had just completed a nearly flawless short program that brought the audience of 8,010 to...
Sun reporterIt has been a whirlwind year on and off the ice for Kimmie Meissner, who gained a title and lost a title while establishing herself as one of the world's elite figure skaters. Yesterday, the season that began with a silver medal at Skate America ended...
Sun reporterKimmie Meissner beat the world champion and the world junior champion and survived the judges who decided to enforce the scoring system yesterday to earn the gold medal at Skate America. Going into the free skate with a 2.76-point lead, the U.S. champion...
Tags: Defense, Judges, Dancing, Dance, Tanith Belbin
Sun reportersAberdeen's favorite son received a hero's welcome last week -- in Bel Air. In the days leading up to Harford County's Cal Ripken Day festivities, questions arose about why the parade was held in Bel Air, the county seat, instead of Aberdeen, Ripken's...
A hip injury has forced 2006 world and 2007 national champion Kimmie Meissner to withdraw from this week's U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Cleveland. Meissner, who grew up in Bel Air but trains in Florida, said she hurt her right hip while running...
In recent years, Skate America, one of six stops on the annual Grand Prix figure skating circuit, has been held in third-tier cities barely able to attract a respectable-sized crowd. This year, it's in a community of 102,000, a half-hour north of Seattle....
In sports, we mostly write about the winners. Have an off day, finish off the podium, maybe you'll be listed in the fine print, but probably not. The public likes a winner, too. With their thousands of empty seats, the Orioles and Washington Nationals...
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