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On figure skating

She’ll be grieving in her comfort zone

Canadian Joannie Rochette will be skating for a medal just days after her mother, Therese, died from a heart attack. Canadian Joannie Rochette will be skating for a medal just days after her mother, Therese, died from a heart attack. (Mark Baker/Associated Press)
By John Powers
Globe Staff / February 25, 2010

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Liz Manley remembers how it was 22 years ago in Calgary when all of Canada was depending on her, rooting for her, praying for her - and she felt awful. “I was sick as a dog with the flu,’’ she said. (Full article: 971 words)

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