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Bradie Tennell skates first in ladies’ short program

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Olympics: Figure Skating-Team-Womens Short Program Olympics: Figure Skating-Team-Womens Short Program

Bradie Tennell began her individual medal hunt as the first skater in Tuesday night’s short program. She is already a medalist at these Games, taking home a bronze for contributing her short program for the U.S. in the team event.

Tennell picked music from the “Taegukgi” soundtrack, a popular South Korean film, to use as her short program. Despite her characteristic consistency, Tennell fell on her opening triple Lutz-triple toe combination. The rest of the program was clean, however, and she tallied 64.01 points. She ultimately finished 11th in the short program.

Watch a replay of the ladies’ short program below. The free skate is Thursday, February 22 in Primetime on NBC and

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