Friday, January 14, 2011

NY Times predicts Yuna Kim victory at World Champs

New York Times predicts that Yuna would win the title over her rival Mao Asada at the 2011 World Figure Skating Championship which would be held at Japan this March. 

The article was pretty long and involves Sports predictions for each month, so I only cut the part about Yuna for the month of March:

March With 20 races, the Formula One season that starts in Bahrain is the longest in history, and Schumacher still doesn’t win any of them. Serena Williams returns to action after an eight-month injury break and fails to regain dominance or win a Grand Slam singles title in 2011. Nordic skiing comes home to Norway for its world championships. But though Marit Bjoergen wins plenty of cross-country races, Norway suffers on the rebuilt Holmenkollen ski jump as Thomas Morgenstern of Austria flies farthest. Nor is home support enough to help Mao Asada overcome Kim Yu-na in Tokyo at the world figure skating championships, but Daisuke Takahashi does give Japan an emotional gold in the men’s singles.

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