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The article starts out about Kwan, but then goes on to talk about Cohen. Talks about her rough season, her move back to John Nicks, and then this quote from her:Kwan's short program will need serious upgrading of spin difficulty to get high scores under the new scoring system that will be used at the world championships in March
Very telling. So she admits here that she WAS seeking the "perfect solution". Speculations were right on"I was looking for something, for someone, to make me be No. 1 and make me perfect," Cohen said. "I have kind of realized that person is me. No matter who my coach is, I have to motivate myself."
10 years we'll see...she ain't going to be the next Kwan, that's for sureCohen, who never has been error-free in an entire Olympic-style event, shares the frustration of those dazzled by her talent and potential since the 2000 nationals who wonder why she has yet to win a U.S. or world title
"I'm moving toward that goal, a little slower than I would like," Cohen said. "I think if I can really skate my best, maybe I can be the champion. It's definitely not that easy to do.
"It's nice to know people believe in you and to hear what they think about your potential," Cohen said. "There is no time limit. I can keep going another 10 years."
She also says she's improved a lot, by "leaps and bounds" since the beginning of the season.