Olympics: Kim Yu Na stoical over Sochi result
Published on Feb 25, 2014 6:44 PM
SEOUL (AFP) - South Korea's Kim Yu Na declined on Tuesday to be drawn into the heated row over the women's figure skating competition in Sochi, where many believe she was robbed of a repeat Olympic gold medal.
The 2010 Vancouver Olympics champion won silver in Sochi behind Russian skater Adelina Sotnikova, despite turning in a characteristically error-free performance.
"I am satisfied that I could perform well in my last competition," said Kim, who confirmed her retirement from competitive skating after the Games.
Speaking to reporters as the South Korean Olympic team returned to Seoul, she sidestepped questions about the judging in Sochi.
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