She did a light run-through of her short program, doing very few jumps, and then left the ice shortly before the practice ended. "She's got to get her feet back underneath her," said John Nicks, Cohen's longtime coach. "She's going to rest the rest of the day."
Cohen had a "wonderful" practice last Friday morning, but she began feeling ill later that night, Nicks said. She had a fever and a sore throat, and didn't practice Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
The women's short program isn't until Thursday night, and Nicks said Cohen will be healthy by then.
"She's got two things going for her," Nicks said. "She's trained very well and she's very determined."