Olympics-Figure skating-Yuna has big money and medal on the line


By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Most athletes at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver are looking at financial gains for bringing home a gold medal but South Korean figure skater Kim Yuna could sustain huge losses if she does not. Yuna has turned her top ranking in one of the Game's glamour sports into lucrative endorsement deals at home which Forbes magazine said brought her an estimated $8 million last year, making her one of the top-earning athletes in Vancouver. Many of her ...

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