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Friday, February 15, 2002
The biggest controversy of the Winter Olympics appears to have ended, with the Canadian figure skating pair being awarded a gold medal. The French judge was suspended for misconduct, and most of the focus was on that judge, but let's not forget that there were four other blind or corrupt judges who also voted to award the gold medal to Russian skaters. The International Skating Union should investigate the entirety of the outcome and not just the French judge.

It is a gold medal that is well deserved. The best and most honorable solution did not occur, unfortunately. What would have happened in an ideal world was for the Russians to have voluntarily presented the Canadians with their gold medals. The Russians surely know that they did not put in the best performance. That is what they should have done.

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