(Reuters) - Russian figure skater Yevgeny Plushenko, who announced his retirement after withdrawing from the men's individual event in Sochi with a back injury, may now try to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Contacted by Reuters, Plushenko declined any further comment, confirming he had said all he wanted to on the television show
But then a funny thing happened. NBC aired a promo featuring Plushenko during their delayed primetime Olympics coverage that
2001: Plushenko won his first World Championship over Yagudin with this incredible performance. 2014: At the age of 31, Plushenko
Since buying, owning and enjoying foreign records in Russia is no longer a political issue, why hasn't the vast nation, in turn, managed to capture western hearts with their take on pop music?
The Olympics have been front-page news in Vancouver for seven years, so returning to the real world comes as a pretty big shock. There are people who -- gasp -- don't care about the Olympics?
Switching between events in Washington and Vancouver was confusing. There was more discord and hostility demonstrated by
At the Vancouver Olympics, Evgeni Plushenko was not given the gold. Plushenko, whose feelings were hurt, told his wife, Yana Rudkovskaya, that he thought the figure skating world was "stopped."
It seems Plushenko has found a way to get past the near-miss, however -- and it doesn't involve a Sex Bomb. A visit to his
This is competition and the guy who is in the final flight of skaters, delivers a difficult and artistic program, and stands up on his jumps should be ahead of the guy who doesn't. Otherwise what's the poin
Possibly taking a shot at the judges, Plushenko added his suspicion as to why he lost to American (and 2000 'Prep Star of