Min handled the setback like a true Olympian, adjusting her clothing and continuing her performance.
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"I didn't stop," she told the Detroit Free Press. "I went from the beginning to the end. I didn't stop because you get a deduction if you stop in the middle of a program. In my head, I was thinking, 'Is it better to stop and fix it and get the deduction or keep going?'"
She and Gamelin came in ninth out of 10 teams. A few of the adjustments cost them some points.
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“Anytime she brought her shoulders in, it came down,” Gamelin said. “I only noticed it halfway through. During our twizzle, it came off her shoulder, all of the way. She had to stop and pull it back up, and that cost us a bunch of points. It wasn’t because we were skating poorly.”