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She again stressed that her "major goals" are the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships and the 2010 Olympics; "I know I want to be in Vancouver for the 2010 Olympics." Cohen did not compete in the 2006-2007 competitive season, although she did perform exhibitions, including at the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lighting and at USFSA-approved events. Cohen has signed on to be a headliner in the 2007-2008 Stars on Ice tour.
The Olympic figure skater, who won the silver medal during the 2006 Winter Games, married Tom May in Cape Cod, Mass. The blushing bride took to Instagram to confirm the wonderful news, thanking her friends and family for their support on her wedding day.
Videos shared by the wedding party reveal the couple opted for a traditional Jewish ceremony, complete with the honorary chair dance that had Sasha and Tom lifted up into the air on chairs.
Not to mention the 31-year-old's absolutely stunning backless gown, which featured a floor-length veil and lace detailings.
They’re both red-heads, they’re both funny in that quirky girl-next-door kind of way, and now, they’re both pregnant at the same time too.
Not since Natalie Portman and Keira Knightley appeared in Amy, 35, is American and expecting her first child with fiancé Darren Le Gallo in early May (although from the looks of it, she’s ready to pop any day now!
Cohen did not medal at world juniors and so did not go to senior worlds.
Cohen did not compete at the 2001 Nationals due to a stress fracture in her back, but took back her silver medal at the 2002 Nationals, earning her a trip to the Olympics. National Championships in Portland and the World Championships in Moscow, Russia.
" the athlete wrote alongside a gorgeous photo of the newlyweds looking over the ocean.
Soon after she withdrew from Skate America due to a hip injury.
She took 2nd place at Trophée Eric Bompard, where she fell on a triple Salchow during her free skate. With this victory Cohen automatically secured her place on the U. Olympic team for the 2006 Winter Olympics, a spot made official on January 14 of that year by the United States Figure Skating Association.
In 2006, Cohen overcame the flu to capture her first U. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Cohen was in 1st after the short program, leading Russia's Irina Slutskaya by a mere .03 points.
In the final free skate, Cohen fell on her first jump, a triple Lutz, and had her hands down on her second jump, the triple flip.The Olympic gold medalist, Shizuka Arakawa of Japan, won by 7.98 points over Cohen.