Celebrating last-place finishes at the Olympics. Because they're there, and you're not.

Monday, February 13, 2006

Early Results for Monday, February 13

Biathlon: In the women's 15-km individual event, 29-year-old Veronica Isbej of Chile finished 82nd with a time of 1:14:55.3 seconds -- about 25½ minutes behind the gold medallist.

Melo ImaiSnowboarding: 18-year-old Japanese boarder Melo Imai finished 34th in the women's halfpipe event with a score of 1.4 in the preliminaries -- presumably as a result of a fall -- and did not advance.

Standings to date: Based on the size of their delegations, Chile and Japan enter the standings in fourth and thirteenth place, respectively.

Later today: men's 500-metre speed skating; pairs figure skating.

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  • At 2:27 PM, February 14, 2006 , Blogger Amateur said...

    Indeed, it was quite a fall, apparently. She was taken away on a stretcher.

  • At 12:52 PM, March 03, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    This person was well deserving of her appearance in the DFL website. Only practicing around 10-12days since Aug 2005, and gaining more than 25 lbs since last year, she was expected to place in that spot by her teammates.
    She was flown away by helicopter after her "injury" but was taking photographs with Shaun white later that night....


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