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Can Kim Defend Her Gold Medal?
Kim does sit in first place after the short program, but she has a lot of work left to do to earn her second career gold medal.
With her closest rivals ready to pounce if she fails, Kim has to deliver a flawless performance to solidify her legacy in the sport.
How High Will the Americans Place?
Heading into Sochi, no one expected any of the three American women to win gold, but the expectation of winning a medal was thrown out there.
Gold, Wagner and Edmunds sit in the top seven after the short program, and if one of the trio puts in the performance of her life in the free skate, we could be talking about her achievement for years to come back home.
Did We Put too Much Pressure on a 15-Year-Old?
After the women's portion of the team competition, everyone fell in love with 15-year-old Julia Lipnitskaia of Russia.
Lipnitskaia entered the short program with everyone talking about her, but she could only deliver a skate worthy of fifth place.
One has to wonder if some of the pressure from the host nation got to her in her first run and if it will continue to bring her down in the free skate.