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Sochi Olympics: Kim Yu-na's unflappability tested by a pushy cameraman
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[All photos: Yonhap]


Usually cool and unflappable, Kim Yu-na, arriving in Sochi this morning along with her teammates, Kim Hae-jin and Park So-yeon, was caught on camera warily raising her hand, it seems, to ward off the aggressive video cameraman.

Kim is scheduled to begin competition on Feb 20, showcasing her latest routine to the music of "Send in the Clowns." 

The world is watching very closely to see if this ice skating wonder can repeat her Vancouver success, especially against a field teeming with talents like Mao Asada and the lately soaring Julia Lipnitskaia.



[From letf, Kim Haejin, Kim Yu-na and Park So-yeon]


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