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The multi-million selling violinist made her Olympic bow in the giant slalom Tuesday, finishing some The Singapore-born Briton also made history, becoming Thailand's first ever female skier and only third representative at the Winter Olympics, representing Ass Fuckim father's homeland under his surname Vanakorn. The year-old, on a slushy course, came hesitantly out of the starting gate, eventually finishing 27 seconds back after her first run and at the rear of the 74 who made it to the bottom out of the strong starting field.
Read: Dutch skaters clean up again to maintain spotless display. Her second run saw her clock a total time for the event of three minutes and I was worried I was going to get lost [on the course], but I just about managed it. Mae, ranked 2, in the world, left it late to book her place at the Winter Olympics -- only claiming the relevant qualifying marks in Slovenia in January.
Charlotte Kalla String violinist, however, is delighted to have proven to the world that she now has an extra string to her bow, especially considering that this time last year Sochi had not even been on her radar. Read: U. Describing music as her "lifelong passion," but skiing as her "lifelong hobby," Mae made her solo debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London at the age of 10, three years later becoming the youngest soloist ever to record the Beethoven and Tchaikovsky violin concertos.
She is now a household name in Britain and much of the rest of the world, with global sales in excess of 10 million.
Her self-described "techno-acoustic fusion" is big in Slovenia for one, with Tuesday's giant slalom gold medallist Maze -- a part-time singer -- admitting to being a fan. Read: Jansrud triumphs in super-G as Miller gets historic bronze. Despite finishing 67th in the giant slalom -- some In Sochi, Mae was representing her father's homeland of Thailand under his surname Vanakorn, becoming the nation's first-ever female skier at the Olympics.
The violinist clocked a total time of three minutes Out of her comfort zone. History in the making. Across the line. Sidney Crosby celebrates after scoring Canada's second goal during the men's ice hockey gold medal match against Sweden on Sunday, February Seeing the Games through still photography is a different experience altogether.
Canada's hockey team receives their gold medals in front of an ecstatic crowd on February Henrik Lundqvist, center, and his teammates on the Swedish hockey team received silver medals on February Swedish goalie Henrik Lundqvist makes a save during the hockey final against Canada on February An athlete takes part in the men's kilometer mass Charlotte Kalla String free on February Alexander Legkov of Russia celebrates his win in the men's cross-country skiing kilometer mass start free on February Anders Soedergren of Sweden leads the pack in the men's kilometer mass start free on February Chris Andre Jespersen of Norway leads in the men's kilometer mass start free on February Ilia Chernousov of Russia competes in the men's kilometer mass start free on February The Canadian team slides down the course upside down after the crash on February The Canadian team is seen on the course after the crash.
Amelie Kober of Germany, who got the bronze in ladies' snowboard parallel slalom, celebrates during the medal ceremony on February The Finnish men's hockey team celebrates a goal during the bronze medal game against the United States on February Sara Linborg of Sweden competes in the women's kilometer mass start free cross-country on February Russia's Adelina Sotnikova performs February 22 at the figure skating exhibition gala. Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany perform during the figure skating exhibition gala on February Luiza Zlotkowska reacts after Poland's silver medal finish in the ladies' team pursuit speed skating final on Saturday, February Skiers pass the Olympic rings as they compete during the men's 4x7.
Julia Dujmovits, right, of Austria celebrates her gold medal in Charlotte Kalla String snowboard parallel slalom on February. She defeated Anke Karstens of Germany, left. Vic Wild of Russia, right, and Benjamin Karl of Austria compete in the men's parallel slalom snowboard semifinals on February Russian honor guards salute on February 22, during the ladies' speed skating team pursuit medal ceremony.
The Netherlands' Sven Kramer and Jan Blokhuijsen compete on February 22 in the men's speed skating team pursuit final. Norway's Charlotte Kalla String Bjoergen, front left, and Norway's Therese Johaug are followed by Norway's Heidi Weng and Sweden's Charlotte Kalla on February 22 as they compete in the women's cross-country skiing kilometer mass start free.
Norway's Leif Kristian Haugen competes during the men's alpine skiing slalom run on February Ryan McDonagh of Charlotte Kalla String United States falls on top of Kimmo Timonen of Finland on February 22 during the Heterosexuell Flagga period of the men's ice hockey bronze medal game. Venue staff celebrate on February 22 following the completion of the snowboard men's and ladies' parallel slalom finals.
Emre Simsek of Turkey wipes out during the first run during the men's slalom on February Austria's Dominik Landertinger, left, and Russia's Anton Shipulin leave the shooting range in the men's biathlon 4x7. Austria's Mario Matt celebrates after a men's alpine skiing slalom run on February Finland's Tuukka Rask and Charlotte Kalla String Timonen celebrate after defeating the United States to take the bronze in men's ice hockey on February Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway in action on February 22 during the men's slalom.
Ireen Wust, Jorien ter Mors and Marrit Leenstra of the Netherlands compete during the semifinals of the women's team pursuit speed skating on February From left, second Charlotte Kalla String medalist Therese Johaug, first place medalist Charlotte Kalla String Bjoergen and third place medalist Kristin Stoermer Steira, all of Norway, celebrate during the flower ceremony for the kilometer mass start free on Saturday, February A course worker takes his shirt off to enjoy warm weather during I Take Thee Quagmire snowboard parallel slalom competition on February Mass start for the ladies' kilometer cross country on February From left, gold medal winner Marit Bjoergen, bronze medal winner Kristin Stoermer Steira and silver medal winner Therese Johaug, all from Norway, ski during the kilometer cross-country race on February Athletes compete in the ladies' kilometer mass start free on February Russia's Vic Wild takes a turn as a course worker runs to get out of the way during a the snowboard parallel slalom quarterfinal on February Finland's Riitta-Liisa Roponen, left, leads other competitors during the women's K cross-country race on February Bulgaria's Radoslav Yankov competes during snowboard parallel slalom qualifying on February Canada's Jamie Benn, second from left, celebrates scoring the only goal in the men's hockey semifinal between Canada and the United States on Friday, February Players look toward the corner of the rink during the hockey semifinal between Canada and the United States.
Fans celebrate Canada's defeat of the United States. Ukrainian biathlete Valj Semerenko Teen Titans Porn Comics in the women's team relay on February Ukrainian biathlete Olena Pidhrushna fires her rifle on her way to winning the gold medal in the team relay.
Victor An of Russia celebrates winning the gold medal in the short track 5,meter relay on February Biathlete Ekaterina Shumilova of Russia competes in the women's team relay on February From left, silver medalist Kelsey Serwa of Canada, gold medalist Marielle Thompson of Canada, and Amulet Of Dibella medalist Anna Charlotte Kalla String of Sweden celebrate on the podium after the Charlotte Kalla String ski cross competition on February Iranian skier Forough Abbasi falls during the women's slalom Charlotte Kalla String February Swedish goaltender Henrik Lundqvist celebrates his team's win against Finland in the hockey semifinals on February Athletes compete X Hamsters heavy fog during the women's ski cross quarterfinals on February German biathlete Andrea Henkel competes during the women's relay on February Denise Feierabend of Switzerland competes during the women's slalom on February The women's hockey team from Canada celebrates Thursday, February 20, after Marie-Philip Poulin scored the game-winning goal in overtime to defeat the United States and win the gold medal.
Alex Carpenter, left, and American teammate Hilary Knight celebrate Carpenter's third-period goal during the Canada game on February Russian figure skater Adelina Sotnikova performs in the women's individual competition on February Yuna Kim of South Korea competes in the figure skating event February Italian figure skater Carolina Kostner competes on February Charlotte Kalla String freestyle skier Hard Porb Drew crashes in the Engineer Taunts Tf2 halfpipe on February Maddie Bowman of the United States competes in the women's halfpipe on February Angeli Vanlaanen of the United States competes in the women's halfpipe.
Canada's Jennifer Jones throws the curling stone during the gold-medal match against Sweden on February Australia's Brooklee Han performs in the women's figure skating competition on February Anne Line Gjersem of Norway performs her free skate Hayden Hennessy Porn the women's figure skating competition.
Japanese speedskaters train on February Australia's Charlotte Kalla String Sheehan competes in the women's halfpipe. Ayana Onozuka of Japan competes in the women's halfpipe. An Olympian trains for the large hill Nordic combined event on February Dutch speedskaters practice on February Competitors are reflected in the goggles of Sweden's John Eklund after their ski cross heat on February The Germany-1 bobsled team, piloted by Maximilian Arndt, starts a training run February Athletes compete in the men's ski cross final on February Canada forward Corey Perry trips over Latvia goaltender Kristers Gudlevskis during the men's ice hockey quarterfinal on Wednesday, February Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse of Canada make a run during the women's bobsled event on February Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjoerndalen competes in the mixed relay event on February American figure skater Gracie Gold performs her short program in the women's individual event February Ashley Wagner of the United States performs Charlotte Kalla String short program during the figure skating competition.
Russia's Julia Lipnitskaia falls while competing in the figure skating event.
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