TOKYO, JAPAN - APRIL 11: Ashley Wagner of USA competes in the ladies's short program during day one of the ISU World Team Trophy at Yoyogi National Gymnasium on April 11, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.
I really made sure to capture the character of Delilah ... The personality of the program is what carried me to such a strong performance. Competing has been fun for me this season, and more than anything else that is what made a difference this year.
I could not be prouder of the U.S. team ... Every member contributed to this victory and I am proud to be the captain.More quotes »
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Figure skater with local roots eyes 2014 Sochi medal stand
Wagner is a self-proclaimed “Army Brat” who has lived all over the country, including in Western Washington. As a kid she spent her summers on Hood Canal, walking the beaches and trails in Seabeck. This summer though she is far too busy to come back to what 5/17/13 from King 5 Read more »
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by Ashley Wagner (Alexandria, Va.) and Gracie Gold's (Springfield, Ill.) second and third-place finishes in the free skate, Team USA won the 2013 ISU World Team Trophy, held April 11-14 in Tokyo. Madison Chock (Redondo Beach, Calif.) and Evan Bates (Ann Arbor, from The State Read more »
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SKATING U.S. wins World Team Trophy Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold finished on the podium in the free skate Saturday to help the United States win the figure skating World Team Trophy in Tokyou. Wagner, fourth after the short program, received 188.60 points from Arkansas Online Read more »
Wagner, Gold help US win World Team Trophy
— Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold finished on the podium in the free skate on Saturday to help the United States win the figure skating World Team Trophy. Wagner, fourth after the short program, received 188.60 points for her routine to Samson and Delilah to from Belleville News-Democrat Read more »
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