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Ashley Wagner's bumpy but determined drive to the Olympics
Ashley Wagner's bumpy but determined drive to the Olympics

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Ten Olympic figure skating gold medalists lined up side by side at the Izod Center to rehearse their introductions for a show called "Tribute to American Legends of the Ice." At one end was two-time Olympic champion Dick Button, whose 1948 and '52 victories were the earliest. At the other was Evan Lysacek, the reigning men's Olympic champion. Between them stood seven Olympic silver medalists and eight of the other 11 U.S. men and women who have won Olympic titles. The show's director told the assembled group they would be running through the introductions three times, which would take 15 minutes more. That prompted a reaction of...

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