OlympicsRacingScott Misses the Podium

FasterSkier FasterSkierFebruary 12, 2006

For several long minutes Beckie Scott stood wrapped in husband Justin Wadsworth's arms, her face buried in his chest.

The couple didn't exchange words. They didn't have to. The tear stains on Wadsworth's jacket said everything.

Scott started strong and led for part of the 15-kilometre pursuit race Sunday at the Winter Olympic Games, but faded near the end to finish sixth.

“I did come into this race as a favourite and had big expectations for a medal,” said Scott, her voice choking with emotion. “It was a tough day. I did what I could do. I gave everything of myself out there today, but it wasn't good enough.”

Read more: http://www.cccski.com/main.asp?cmd=doc&ID=3644&lan=0

Other articles on the pursuit:

Smigun brings Estonia gold
http://www.eurosport.com/crosscountryskiing/torino/2005-2006/sport_sto831496.shtml

Cross-country gold for Estonia
http://www.nbcolympics.com/crosscountry/5101208/detail.html

NBC Olympics: Russian wins gold in men's 30km pursuit.
http://www.nbcolympics.com/crosscountry/5101701/detail.html

Eurosport: Dementiev in golden double
http://www.eurosport.com/crosscountryskiing/torino/2005-2006/sport_sto831711.shtml

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